Everest Region

The most famous mountain area on earth, and listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site since 1979, Everest hardly needs any introduction.The Sagarmatha National Park, as it is known, is situated 120km north-east of Kathmandu and covers an area of 1148 sq km Its landscape is rugged terrain and deep gorges with a range of elevations from 2845m in the south to the majestic 8848 meters of Everest’s summit in the north.The vegetation is alpine at lower levels with a predominance of silver fir, birch and rhododendron; the forest gives way to juniper scrub at around 4500 m.A variety of mammals including the Himalayan black bear, red panda, musk deer and thar are all native to the park.

Most people who visit Nepal aspire to see Everest at least once, whether it be through the easy option of a mountain flight, or simply a glimpse from the rim of the Kathmandu Valley on a clear day.However, for those who prefer to make their encounter with the giant mountain up close and personal, a trek is essential, which is why the Solu Khumbu region is second only to Annapurna in Nepal’s trekking popularity stakes.As well as Everest, Solu Khumbu is renowned as the home of the Sherpas, who originally migrated from Tibet and whose strength and hardiness means that they are still able to eke out an existence from the frozen landscape.Along with the breathtaking peaks, Sherpa villages and ancient monasteries are the major attractions in this world-famous landscape region.

  • Everest and Gokyo Trek
    Everest Gokyo Trek

    Everest and Gokyo Trek begins by taking an early flight to the Lukla, Khumbu Region from Kathmandu. From Lukla visitors will move to Phakding to spend trouble free trek throughout the whole day. Then, from Phakding they will carry on towards the north to the gorge of Dudh Koshi and will arrive at Namche Bazar. It used to be a tiny village in the past but in contrast at present Namche Bazar is supposed to be the chief point for the trading purpose. Now a day, especially the people from Tibet are attracted to sell their merchandise. So, it would be an appropriate destination to stay for an accommodation.

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  • Everest and Renjola Trek
    Everest Trek

    Everest Renjo-La Trek is the most preferred trekking destination in the region of Everest because of its nature. Everest Renjo-La Trek combines the Everest trekking as well as trekking along one of the popular passes of the Everest Region—Renjo-La Pass. Besides having the wonderful opportunity to trek along the Everest region while observing the wonderful views of Mountain peaks like Everest, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, and others, Everest Renjo-La Pass Trek provides the additional opportunity to pass across the Renjo La Pass and discover more adventure.

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  • Everest Base Camp Trek
    Everest Base Camp Trek

    The areas around Khumbu are commonly known as the Everest Region. It is the home of the Sherpa and the mysterious Yeti. This trek comprises the Everest Base Camp along with the Namche Bazaar, Lukla, Tyangboche and the whole of Solukhumbu, which is nestled in the laps of looming Mount Everest, the highest peak in the world and also the mount Ama Dablam. The trek to Khumbu area is not only famous for trekking and expeditions but to explore the culture of Sherpa. One can enjoy and learn Sherpa culture very closely by visiting this region. The complete trek starts from Jiri to Lukla. Flying to Lukla is the best option for those visitors who have limited time. Most of the flights depend on weather condition. However, helicopter services and chartered flights are also available as per your request. The Everest Trek is one of the most thrilling adventure treks for excitement-seekers. There are several trekking routes within the Khumbu Region like Kalapatthar, Gokyo Lake, Everest Base Camp and the Syangbochhe trek.

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  • Everest Panorama Trek
    Everest Panorama Trek

    Mount Everest (8,848m), is the highest Mountain in the world, which is located in Nepal, known as "Sagarmatha". Everest is considered as the goddess mother of the whole world and has the greatest magnetism for those nature lovers and identical explorer. Solukhumbu is blessed with a fundamental element of the Himalayan charm. It is an initial location that makes available a welcome destination for these explorers to the Everest Trekking put down in the heartland of the Everest Region. During the Everest Trekking, trekkers are inundated with of unbelievable views of peaks. From the high altitude you can view several paranormal views of the great Himalayas that are standing over there with dignity and meditating from a long time. 

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  • Everest Trek
    Everest Trek

    Everest Base Camp is a wide area which is not a definite site. Nearly everyone is attracted and is tempted to go for the trek to Everest. You have to arrive at Khumbu Icefall to ascend Everest Trek which is located on the rock- strewn incline. That is why it is an enormous set to sight Khumbu Glacier. The renowned Peaks that are situated in Khumbu Region are Lothse (8511m), Cho Oyu (8153m), Ama Dablam (6856m) and many more. This contains the world’s highest mountain as well as extra 200 Peaks which are elevated than 6,000m. Everest Base Camp is regularly well know for the gracious Sherpa people, villages of Sherpa, immense mixture of cultures and their ethnicity along the Buddhist monasteries. These all things make the trek excitement and adventures.

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  • Gokyo Trek and Lhasa Tour

    The Gokyo trek is a fairly popular trekking route. The route itself ends at Gokyo Ri, and trekkers typically turn around at this point and retrace their steps back to the trailhead. There is an alternative mountaineering route that begins near the southern tip of Ngozumpa Glacier and just south of Taujun Lake. This alternative route leads east over the Cho La, a pass at 5,420 m (17,782 ft), where it meets with the main Everest Base Camp trek.

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