Everest Region Trekking
Everest region, officially recognized as the Khumbu region trekking constitutes a popular trekking destination in Nepal. Everest region trekking is famous for its worldwide highest mountain peak i.e. the Mount Everest (Sagarmatha in the local language). Mount Everest is at the height of 8848 meters and it constitutes the biggest trekking route of the country and remains at the first priority among trekkers and adventure lovers.
Popular Mountain Peaks to View in the Trek
Trek to Everest region not only involves the famous Everest Base Camp, but it also other popular areas. These include Kala Patthar, Lukla, Namche Bazzar and the entire region of Solukhumbu, which is at the lap of the famous Mount Everest. In addition, you will find the majestic views of the world-famous top mountains with the scenic beauties of the Dudh Koshi as well as astounding natural heights of mountain peaks as the few attractive highlights associated with the Everest region.
Diversity in the Region
Everest region trekking also allows individuals to find a large number of diversities, as the region acts as a homeland of Sherpa people and mountaineers of the region. Here, Sherpa people practice many ancient cultures and traditions, while stay in ethnic stone-housed areas to give an exotic hospitality to worldwide tourists.
In fact, Sherpa people located in this area are famous for their loyalty, friendliness and hospitality. In this manner, trekkers of the region may acquire a deep knowledge about customs, culture, and traditions followed by Sherpa people residing in this area. Moreover, during the way to Everest trek, individuals will be able to find many good places to relax and enjoy tasty foods.
Panoramic Views of Snow-Capped Mountain Ranges
Trek to Everest region allows individuals to get a clear yet a breath-taking panorama of various mountain ranges covered with the snow. Even it covers a large number of places, which include museums and monasteries on the way to the Everest region trek.