Everest Base Camp Trek - 15 Days

The BBC describes Everest Base Camp Trek as One of the Hundred Activities to Do before you Die. In the same level, the National Geographic , a global magazine, has classified Everest Trek as one of the best treks of the world. After all, Everest Base Camp Trek comprises the highest elevation of the world, wide open landscape of the Everest Region, flora of the Sagarmatha National Park, various species of an Important Bird Area, beautiful mountains of the world, well – conserved area of the Sacred Himalayan, and the most accessible viewpoint in the world to see Mt. Everest, called Kalapathar. Because of these, Everest Base Camp Trek excels other treks of the world and appeals to the trekking spirits of the trekkers as long as the beauty of Everest Region exists.

If ascending (5,555 m) is loving to you, if walking is your cup of tea, if walking on a rugged trail is a trekking to you, and if all these mean beautiful mountains to you then you should make up your mind for the Everest Base Camp Trek without thinking twice. The more you trek to the heart of the Everest region, you will witness higher peaks and mountains, ranging from 5,500 m to 8,848 m. During the trek you will experience the lush green forest, uphill and downhill trails, rural areas, uncountable valleys, frozen streams, forested areas, terraced fields, glaciated rivers, beautiful moraines, natural ice fall, high water-falls, differentiation in altitudes, contrasting snowline, moving glaciers, breathtaking suspension bridges, passable boulders and perfect viewpoints. As you near the Everest Base Camp, you see yaks grazing on the slopes, and you trek through juniper plants.

From a close distance that you can ever reach and from a wide beautiful open valley that you can ever be, you will see Ama Dablam, the most beautiful mountain of the world. You will love to capture this beauty in your camera many times. And when you spend a night by the mountain in Lobuche, you can imagine how rewarding this experience will be. As you head off to your desired destination, that is, the Everest Base Camp, you also trek through the Sherpa villages, which are the homes to 8,000 m peak climbers, and which are the places to get the best hospitality service in Nepal. You will also know in depth about their religion, as you pass by “chortens,” prayer flags, and monastery, and you will also find both the view of the Everest and its base camp rewarding and equaling to your lifetime’s achievement as a trekker. To a determined trekker like you, who want to stand face to face with the world’s highest mountain, and who want to be carried away by the beauty of mountain ranges, Everest Base Camp Trek is worth doing from your every perspective, from your every opinion, from your every view that emerges now and then from your trekking and adventurous mind, whether it is today or tomorrow.