Mount Everest Base Camp Trekking – An Expedition in Khumbu Region

Mount Everest Base Camp Trekking initiates half an hour of the globally renowned spectacular mountain flight to Lukla from Kathmandu airport. On the opening of the Trek, the foot trail runs with the  Dudh Kosi River. It crosses the heart-rendering blooming forest of Rhododendron, beautiful Buddhist villages, and monasteries, leading to Namche Bazaar, a fluttering bazaar, and a trekker’s inn.

The Namche Bazar is the ideally designated place to rest and stretch your tired legs. From here, the Mount Everest Base Camp Trekking continues along the enchanting path, ultimately leading to the intimidating “Thyangboche,” an old Buddhist monastery. Then the trek follows the route of Dingboche, Lobuche, and  Gorakshep. From Gorakshep, the trekking continues towards Everest Base Camp and lures towards the black rocks called Kala Patthar. After visiting Mount Everest Base Camp, the trek will re-route back to the Lukla airport via the previous route.

For all the adventure seekers, you don’t need to wander here and there in search of all the outrageously fantastic destinations. Standing on the foot of the world’s tallest peak itself is worth the thrilling reward any other adventure can present you with.

As it is known to everyone, the tales of the legends for conquering even the most remarkable creation of mother nature, Mt. Everest, have taught us to never give up any of our wills because who knows when they might come true.

It is only a matter of time before you witness Mother Nature’s greatest gift to us. For those who want to brawl with nature’s most robust creation and, on the other hand, enjoy the most exotic breathtaking scenery with a sweet mixture of the local loving hospitality.

Mount Everest Base Camp Trekking is one and the only of its kind with such diversified, thrilling as well as heart rendering nature’s handicrafts. Mount Everest Base Camp Trekking offers you the best possible getaways for letting go of all the strains of your busy schedule.

Everest Base Camp Trek

Everest Base Camp Trek

15 Days Moderate
US$ 1850

Mount Everest Base Camp Trekking Expedition

Mount Everest Base Camp Trekking is one of the world-famous trekking trails. Because you trek in the shadow of the world’s tallest mountain, it is a unique trek for every person willing to trek and a destination not to miss. Mount Everest Base Camp Trekking starts with the flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, an excellent adventure. A great adventure feeling is extraordinary; the excitement to start is joyous.

Mount Everest Base Camp Trekking offers you to explore the natural beauty, along with you exploring your inner self. You explore tiredness, fatigue, altitude sickness, fitness, and stamina within you. Then once you complete the trek, you explore the belief and determination in you to go through the challenges and achieve success. It gives you a life lesson.

Mount Everest Base Camp Trekking is basically for the advanced track fitness level. Still, it can be trekked by the average person and explore the inner person within you. The journey comes with various checkpoints; once you start from Lukla, Phakding is the nearest checkpoint.

Before you start the journey, you can relax and prepare for a long walk around Lukla, where you can find many restaurants. It also has shops with trekking equipment if necessary during the last hour. Mineral water is expensive, and it is recommended to boil and carry it. Trekkers generally avoid eating meat before the trek as there is a risk of food poisoning. The guide will also guide you on a safe and sound trek.


Trek Route

The journey from Lukla to Phakding follows along the river trail. It is the one that gives much of the spectaculars during the trek. From Phakding, you start your journey toward Namche. The journey is filled with downhill and uphill. You can smell the mountain and feel its air. You can observe the mountain range.

Various peaks can be seen, and it provides a sense of adrenaline rush inside you. It drives you along and keeps you determined to complete the trail. You can also see the various varieties of Rhododendron blooming in the hills. You can observe some of the rare high-altitude birds like Danphe. It all adds to the beauty of the trek. Then you enter the Sagarmatha National Park at Monjo. It would help if you showed me some paper works at Monjo.

Then you reach one small village where you can have food as it is the only place before you reach Namche. Then the journey gets the uphill task only with so level and downhill; it tests the fitness a lot. Prayer flags can be observed in various places, adding to your belief to trek.


Capital of Sherpa – Namche Bazar

Once you reach Namche Bazar, a significant place in the Khumbu region, you need to acclimatize. Namche Bazar is the home of Sherpas. It would help if you had time to recover and get used to the climate, so walking around the Namche is very important.

It has places for shopping and a cyber café too. It is one of the rare places where you can access the internet. A day off in Namche is very important for the journey ahead. You get to know the lifestyle of the Sherpas and get their story.

Hotel Everest view provides you with the service. Apart from this, some restaurants serve international food. Mainly one German restaurant is quite famous. Then the village’s journey kicks off with the challenging uphills towards Tengboche.

The journey is filled with the sounds of yak bells, a view of the Tengboche monastery, and the peak of Mt.Everest. It is challenging, and you feel the oxygen level is decreasing; only Sherpas can walk at a reasonable pace. Tengboche is the center of traffic for trekkers so you can observe the activities of yaks, guides, and trekkers going through their work. It provides the view of Ama Dablam and Mt.everest. Then the journey toward the Dingboche starts the next day.

The trail is along the river valley; once you reach Dingboche, trekkers prefer to stay for two days for acclimatization.  The journey takes to Lobuche, Gorakshep, where the path does not have a definite trail, and the challenge is to walk on loose rocks to the base camp. When you reach the base camp, relief and a sense of satisfaction will astonish you with the beauty at the foothill of the world’s tallest mountain Mt. Everest.