Everest Region

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Trekking in the Everest region is arguably the most popular trekking destination in the world. A trek to the Everest is a wonderful dream come true for many visitors from around the world. The region lies in the lap of Mt. Everest in the north central remote corner of Nepal. Locally, Everest region is called Khumbu, which is the homeland of great Sherpa people. Trekking through the famous trail following the footstep of Tenzing & Hillary is probably the best way to see the Mt. Everest as well as other famous mountains and the Sherpa culture.

Everest trekking region is covered by Sagarmatha (Everest) National Park, which is highest wildlife reserve in the world, stretching over 1148 sq. km of Himalayan ecological zone and also listed by UNESCO as world heritage site for its distinctive natural and cultural characteristics.

The Everest region is not just famous for trekking or superb Himalayan views but equally popular for rich culture, flora & fauna; above all the lovely Sherpa people and their unique hospitality. Besides Mt. Everest it is home to the dozens of world famous beautiful Mountains, pristine glacier Lakes and secluded Monasteries.

Your most rewarding trip of a life starts with 45 minute thrilling flight to Lukla (the gateway of Everest). Some people prefer to commence their trek from Jiri, which is also a classic route to the Everest. As Lukla is the gateway of Everest region, here you can embark on various different treks depending on your interest, time and fitness. The most popular trek in the region is Everest Base camp; however, other treks are also equally magnificent and great value. Some of the popular treks of the region are Everest Base Camp trekking, Gokyo Lake trekking, Everest Panorama trekking, Everest Classic trekking and Everest High passes trekking. You choose your own, we make this ease at your advice…

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