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Everest Region

Everest Region-The Everest Base Camp trek is one of the most adorable trekking in Nepal that takes you to the world highest summit Mt. Everest (8848m) base camp. You’ll start your journey with an exciting mountain trip to a few of the planet’s dangerous airports in Lukla. The trekking proceeds throughout Everest National Park having a chance to get glimpses of rare birds and creatures. Traveling via various traditional villages and older classical trading route for 7-8 days, we hit to Kalapatthar and EBC. You will be surrounded by the snowcapped peaks in the heart of Khumbu glacier. This trek is also popular since you got to catch the trans-Himalayan lifestyle of the Tibetan Plateau.
The Everest Base Camp and Gokyo Lake

Everest Region-The’Everest Base Camp and Gokyo Lakes’ trek is an adventurous journey that’s rich in fascinating villages, Buddhist monasteries as well as the unique Sherpa cultures and their lifestyles. This joint trek to the Everest and Gokyo Lakes explores the heart of the Sherpa homeland, bringing you over the winding path between forgotten valleys, blue glacial lakes, high-mountain wilderness and 360° panoramic views of the majestic Himalayas. Taking us through the landmarks of the Khumbu region, surpassing colorful monasteries, numerous suspension bridges, and breathtaking viewpoints and enthralling sights of world’s tallest mountains, we all accomplish our aim to achieve the Everest Base Camp and Gokyo Lakes. Located inside the Sagarmatha National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site Everest Region is the biggest monastery of the Everest area and also the very important Buddhist center, Tengboche monastery. The iconic Kala Patthar, the maximum altitude of this trek, provides fabulous close-up viewpoints of Mt. Everest while the stunning Gokyo RI presents views of the Gokyo valley, which is one of those Himalayas’ unsung temples, the enormous Ngozumpa Glacier and scenic vistas of the Himalayan peaks. In the Everest Base Camp, you have the opportunity to have a nearer look at the magnificent Khumbu Icefall.

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