Everest Trekking is fairly the most renowned trekking in Nepal. It is the most brilliant not only because of the world's highest peak, Mount. Everest, but also because of the spectacular views of the small Sherpa villages and fascinating monasteries that we can find in the way. You can reach the base camp of the world's highest mountain at height 17,590 feet after passing through the Sagarmatha National Park headquarter, dense and green forests along with the villages and the valley of the Dudh Koshi River. It's the most challenging task during this trek whereas most of the treks reach up to Kala Pattar to grab the delightful views of Everest.
On your way to the base camp or to the Gokyo Valley, you can also choose for a tea house trek which is a lovely choice. You will walk through the local beautiful villages and meet the Sherpas who are very friendly. You will be getting a warm welcome in every village. The way to Everest Trekking is rugged terrain with deep gorges, glaciers and huge rocks. The Everest area provides a safe shelter for the Himalayan Thars, musk deer and Nepal’s national bird, the brightly colored Impeyan Pheasants, Blood pheasant, Red-billed chough and the Yellow-billed chough. The vegetation consists of Pine, Fir, Hemlock, etc. Unfortunately, you may have altitude sickness. So, you must prepare yourself with all the medical equipment. If you cannot reach to very high altitude due to the lack of oxygen, then you can still reach up to Namche Bazaar, headquarter of Khumbu Region; Khumjung or Thame and Tengboche Monastery. You can easily take a glance of Everest and also of Ama Dablam(6856 meters).
You can go by walk for ten days or flight to Lukla which is quite unreliable. The best trip is from the beginning of March to end of May or the beginning of September to end of December. Our itineraries are flexible.