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The Everest region trekking lies in the northeast part of
Nepal called SoluKhumbu district. the ten-day walk through the
middle hills of solu to the higher altitudes of Khumbu region to the
base of mt. everest the worlds highest mountain with a height of 8 848m.
Everest region trekking is famous for its biodiversity the scenery
and the appealing beauty of mountains which are like heavens.
The Everest region trekking is rich in flora and fauna pine
forests deciduous forest rhododendron alpine shrubs blooming plants and
grasses bypassing Everest region we can see the beauty of Sagarmatha
national park. the Sagarmatha national park was declared
world heritage site of Nepal in 1979 in the national park we
can see Himalayan thar golden eagle daphne national bird and mouse
dear pikka and may more. the Everest of Khumbu region is the homeland of
both leopards snow and yeti. trekking to Everest region provides
to sightsees the culture of the local people sherpas. the villages are
made up of stones houses lots of Buddhist monuments such as Gumbas and
stupas. the people of the Solukhubhu are born to be a mountaineer. the
view is perfect to be called as a heaven.
Trekking to Everest region starts from the Lukla airport
which is at the altitude of 2,850 m. after arrival the trails head up to
Dudh Koshi river where you leads to sherpa village of Namche Bazar lies
in the Khumbu region with an altitude of 3,500m the Khumbu region is
the gateway for trails and expeditions. everest region trekking offers
one of the most amazing views of world highest mount such as Everest,
Lhotse, Nuptse, mt.makalu, mt. lhotse and beautiful Ama Dablam. kala
Patthar 5,550m and Gokyo pinnacle 5,350m is the most famous among other
The Everest region trekking offers you the best monument trek and
gives you chances to see more or less stunning mountains that looks like
Temperatures are usually low due to high altitude. Temperatures are
below degree in winter and even in summer seasons temperature is still
cold and humid. The best time to trek Everest region during December-May
months and for expeditions fall and spring seasons are the best.
All the permits including TIMS(Trekkers Information Management System), Restricted Area Permit(Includes trekking to Makalu Region) is handled by our company. We shall provide you the required permits on the day before of your trek.
It takes 30 minutes filight to Lukla from Kathmandu, or if you wish
to trek to Luka then its about 7-8 to reach Jiri from Kathmandu and 4
days trek to reach Lukla from Jiri. On the way, there are the best
hotels and tea houses that serve you best. Trailing provides the chance
to experience sites and other options.
company will provide Down Jackets and sleeping bags during your trek.
Rest of other necessary equipment's can be purchase from our company
recommended shop or you can hire the equipment's.
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