From a short panorama trek to a month-long summit trek, Everest trekking overall has more than enough to provide to its admirers. Everest Base Camp Trekking is also known as the famous Khumbu region trek; you can choose the level of luxury, days of the trek, route of the trek, and the amount of hiking which makes Everest Trekking suitable for every group.
The entire duration of the Everest Base Camp Trekking provides you with an unbeatable experience of diversity in Nepal’s culture, nature, and geography. Aside from the inescapable view of the goddess of mountains, Mt Everest (8848m), you can take in the charismatic beauty of the proudly standing peaks like Mt Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Makalu, and so on. Khumbu region, also known as the home of legendary Sherpa, has Sagarmatha National Park to the east and beautiful Rolwaling valley to its west.
The peaceful hike through the park lets you enjoy the tricks of the naughty monkeys and breathe in the color and fragrance of the lovely flower, rhododendrons. Apart from the natural beauty, Everest Base Camp Trekking allows you to mix up with the life of Sherpa and learn about their cultures and traditions.
If you decide to start the hike from Jiri, the tiredness from the long walks through crevasses and rough villages can be forgotten by the friendly and hospitable service of the Sherpa. The monastery in Tengboche reflects the essence of a monk’s daily ritual, and Everest Base Camp Trekking Trekking lets you experience more than the glacial lakes and the charismatic mountains. Ascend through Kala Patthar provides a close view of Mt Everest itself.
The most suitable time for EBC Trekking is from October to November. Also, the weather is mild and crystal clear to view mountains from March to May. Summiting requires a permit, but the other trekking in this region does not unless you enter the Sagarmatha National Park. Hence, Everest trekking is an opportunity to save a unique memory for a lifetime.
You have two options to complete Everest Base Camp Trek. One is the Tea House Trek, and another one is the Camping Trekking. Tea House trek is the popular, cost-effective, and easy way to trek in Everest Base Camp Trek. Some Koreans do semi-camping trekking; this means they use their food and the teahouse for their shelter. There are many small hotels and restaurants up to Gorak Shep for breakfast, Lunch, and Shelter. Some trekkers want to go camping to complete this trek. You can get the real taste of trekking in Camping-Trekking. Where you need to sleep in the tent and all foods and other things need to carry by yourself.
After a day of rest and sightseeing at Kathmandu, the trek starts with a 35 min flight to Lukla. You can also do sightseeing after the completion of this trekking. Kathmandu to Lukla is a thrilling mountain flight and the Tenzing Hillary Airport, Lukla, has a short steep grade runway. Lukla is the starting point to trek to Everest Base Camp; it lies at an altitude of 2800 m. nearly middle of the Himalayan Range.