About Everest Base Camp Trek
Everest Base Camp (EBC) trekking is a full package of diverse natural beauty, Sherpa culture, and tradition including Tibetian Buddhism, the marvelous view of crystal clean white giant mountains are the paradise for all the adventure seekers around the globe. EBC trekking trail is one of the most famous trekking routes in the world and 1000s of tourists came here to explore its beauty. It’s an outstanding journey which basically starts from the upper hill and gradually takes you to the base of the world’s highest point.
Everest region is not only the home of high mountains, it's a paradise for the natural beauty, warm hospitality from people of the Himalayas. Along with this, you can get a chance to encounter rare and endangered flora and fauna inside Sagarmatha National Park. The entire environment is ready to welcome you and this region is an inspiration that fills your heart with joy and satisfaction at the same time.
The 16 days Everest Base camp generally starts with an adventurous flight in the world’s most extreme airport called Lukla airport. Then 3-4hr uphill and downhill trek lead you to the beautiful village Phakding which lies on the bank of the beautiful Dudhkoshi river. Climbing slowly uphill on the side of the Dudh Koshi river, small villages, apple trees, thrilling suspension bridges makes your initial trek more wonderful. This will take you to the sherpa capital and most advanced and fancy tourist hub Namche Bazaar. Few days of acclimatization and fancy, classy exploration of sherpa capital lead us to the most famous and biggest monastery in the Everest region - the Tengboche monastery.
Ascending towards Tengboche, Dingboche, and gaining more and more altitude makes you a little tired but the breathtaking view of giant mountains, spectacular landscape gives you sufficient joy and satisfaction, which is enough to recover your tiredness.
You will get a chance to pray for the departed sherpa and climbers in different Everest expeditions in Thukla Pass. Labuche and Gorakshep are the village lies above 5000m where you can feel the pain of high altitude, all the tiredness, and worst part of your trekking. Once you reach the base of the world's highest point and Kalapatthar summit, you can experience a 360-degree panoramic view of astonishing mountains and Khumbu glacier.
This will fill your heart with happiness, and it's the winning moment for all the trekkers. Lhotse, Pumori, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Malaku, mighty Everest including 100s of other beautiful mountains can be explored from the summit of the Kalapatthar. A stair of spirituality, which Tengboche monastery can add in your excursion. The reflection of Tibetian Buddhism and tradition can be observed in stone walls, small stupas, prayers flags on your trekking trail.