Everest Region Trekking

Mount Everest 8848m and Everest region is the highest point on earth. The stone-walled fields and houses of ancient villages steeped in history and tradition, golden-roof monasteries and mantras, Yaks and Yetis, Snow Peak and Sherpas are the main attraction of this region. Rivers, alpine trees and other flora and fauna smell real natural perfume. Everest is the highest mountain in the world which is being promoted by the Google street view trek through its online Google. The Everest Region trek is  promoted and listed in the googles street view treks in  collaboration with Apa Sherpa foundation and story cycle. Google has listed its cultures, rivers, birds, Mountains, Hotel, lodges, museum, religions Schools, Gumba and places like Lukla, Namche, Thame, Khumjung, Phortse, Tengboche, Thukla, Pheriche, Pangboche, Dingboche, Gokyo, Gorakshep, everest Base camp, Island peak Base camp, etc.. The promotional activities through the Google street view will be definitely promoting this region and increase the tourist in Nepal tourism status.Walking through the Khumbu Valley of Solukhumbu District Everest Base Camp is the only way to experience the heart of the Himalaya, with extreme weather conditions crafted outstanding natural beauty, where the world's highest peak towers all around and 50,000 years of strong Buddhist tradition will melt your western senses.
Everest region trekking is one of the world's most famous trek. It starts with a flight to Lukla, where the little plane lands on the 512 m long runway build by Edmund Hillary in the cities or walking from Jiri or Shiva laya after 7 hrs drives from Kathmandu. The path then winds up and down through wobbly (but safe) bridges and fascinating villages of Namche Bazaar and Tengpoche monastery. The higher we go, the more snow capped peaks will dominate the view of Ama Dablam, Baruntse, Imja Tse, Lhotse, Chomolungma etc. We will pass the Everest cemetery where over 200 of those who did not plan to stay there wished to stay back  forever.

The Stupas, prayer flags and poles as well as 16th century monasteries will guide us higher and higher. Incents will smell in every tea house and local cuisine (Dal bhat and other lentil based dishes) will keep you more energetic.
Our expedition is unique in that you will be able to have tea and chat to the members of expedition, who will be attempting the summit at the time of your visit. Ability to see how they live, eat and prepare for this daring challenge is an adventure in itself.


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