Everest Region is a place to go and trek on its hills, valleys, and terrains, and also to discover what is the Everest Base Camp Trek all about? Getting to the base camp is not that difficult because its trekking trails provide you natural wonders that will give you instant relief. It is the most popular trekking region of the world. The reason is it has the key elements for both general and adventure seekers. And its Everest Base Camp Trekking is to observe the world’s highest mountain called Mt. Everest. In addition, the region is also a home to towering 8000 m peaks. Along with this, it is a fine example of beautiful nature and local people living in harmony. Almost everybody comes to the Everest Region to see this mountain. This region has popular places like Dingboche, Lobuche and Gorakshep, which fulfill our dreams to see the close view of snow – covered mountains. Everest Region also has another highlight called the Everest View Hotel, which is a vantage point for seeing the breath-taking view of world’ best mountains. These mountains look as if they had been preserved for us. We will be at the source of pride when we reach Kalapathar for the memorable view of sunrise, as well as for the close view of Mt. Everest. Overall, Everest Region has uphills and downhills and beautiful mountain scenes, where we have to walk to reach the base camp.
Some domestic airlines fly daily from Kathmandu to Lukla, the starting point of the Everest Base Camp Trek. This airport is one of the extreme airports of the world, so make up your mind to overcome the fear of landing at Lukla, and look at this landing as an inspiring landing. On the way from Lukla, we see mountains like Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, Tawache, Nuptse, Pumori, Kangtega, Cho Oyu and others.
The trekking trail, where we are walking is scenic and descends to the Dudhkoshi River and takes us to Phakding, the “Sagarmatha National Park”, Namche, Tengboche, and so on. The park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. On the trail, we see Buddhist colorful flags and meet traders.
Namche, the largest Sherpa village of the Everest Region, has a mountain museum, which is filled with photo galleries, dedictaed to mountaineers.