Everest base camp is one of the famous trekking routes in this region. This trekking route is one of the most rewarding trekking destinations in the world. During this trekking interval, we can know about the backyard of the Sherpa people and their culture, customs, traditions, and religion. From trekking, we can enter the Sagarmatha national park which is a UNESCO world heritage site. It is one of the most popular trekking routes in Nepal. This route is a famous trekking route which is located in the Everest region of Nepal.
This trekking route starts with a scenic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. This trekking route is challenging but a successful hike is a notable accomplishment something. That will make you feel proud of yourself, throughout your life. The journey from Lukla to the Everest base camp and back to Lukla is entirely on foot and this package also ensures sufficient acclimatization and side trips in the Khumbu region.
The Khumbu region in eastern Nepal is the home of the Sherpa. It is also known as the Sherpa country. The main ethnic group that visitors will encounter in the Everest region is the Sherpa. While doing trekking on this route, offers a chance to know and explore the Sherpa people, Sherpa culture, Sherpa villages, Sherpa monasteries, and Sherpa lifestyle, the tradition of the Sherpa people of Nepal. The Sherpa people are a very friendly and warm welcome to you in every village of the Everest region. Sherpa’s are traditionally and culturally rich people living in the mountainous region mostly popular with expertise in mountaineering.
We can know about the backyard of the Sherpa people and their culture, customs, traditions, and religion. The Sherpa culture and most importantly it gives us the chance to create wonderful memories around the foothills of the Highest Himalayas. We can have a chance to get to know about Sherpa’s culture and lifestyle, the life in the Himalayan. They have their own ritual, costume, and festival. They are mainly Buddhists and their traditional dress to their distinctive houses and villages monasteries.
For trekking, the season between Mid-September to Mid-December and March to May is considered the best season for trekking this route. Spring and autumn are considered wonderful seasons for trekking on this route. In the monsoon season, trekking is a little bit impossible because there is heavy rainfall all over Nepal. If you want to trek in the winter then you will also want to trek from December to February. If you want to trek in the spring then you will get an opportunity to see the Lush forest of rhododendron which is the national flower of Nepal. If you want to spend your holidays in Nepal then we the team of Everest trekking routes heartily welcome you to our small country and we will make sure that you have a wonderful and memorable time in Nepal with us.
Everest Base Camp is known as the home of Flora and Fauna where we get a chance to see varieties of Flora and fauna. The forests provide a habitat for at least 118 species of birds. At the time of trekking, we will enter the Sagarmatha national park. This is the home of many rare animals, and bird species including Himalayan monal, blood pheasant, musk deer, snow leopard, Himalayan black bear, and red panda. Their rich feature of diversity is comparable elsewhere in the world. There is a good chance of seeing wildlife; mostly birds including the national birds of Nepal which are quite common around Namche Bazaar.
We get a chance to 26 species of butterflies that have made this park their home. Mountains which can see here Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Pumori, Makalu, Island peak, Lobuje peak, Cho Oyu, etc.
Everest Base Camp lies in the eastern part of Nepal where we can get an opportunity to know about the highest peak in the world. It is located in the border region of China and Nepal which means Nepal and China share this mountain. Being a natural boundary line between China and Nepal where Mount Everest has the highest point of above 8848m from the sea level in China. It is a small piece of land in front of the north face of Mount Everest.