Everest Region Trekking

Everest Region TrekkingMount Everest the highest peak (8,848 m.) of the World is located on the on the border between Nepal and Tibet (China). It is not only most popular trekking route of the world but also top expedition mountain for adventure lovers. A large number of mountaineers and trekkers are drawn to the Everest region that leads through the Sagarmatha National Park (Everest National park). To be seen on the way are astounding views of some parts of the Himalaya. The path also leads to Dudh Koshi valley and forests of blooming rhododendron, blue pine and fir. Highlights of this trek include Namche Bazaar, the Tengboche Monastery and Kala Patthar en route the Everest Base Camp. This area is abundant with high-alpine wildlife, that include the Himalayan thar, musk deer, pikka or mouse hare and rare birds like snow crow, snow pigeon and pheasant. Access to the Everest region is either by air from Kathmandu to Lukla, or by bus to Jiri. Private rides, which would reduce traveling time can be arranged at some extra expenditure.

 

Everest Region Trekking