14-Days Everest Base Camp trekking is A Once-in-a-lifetime journey through majestic Mt Everest 8,848m.
Mt. Everest Base Camp Trekking is always peak season in the Khumbu region, where views of the epic mountains-including Mt. Everest (8,848m) and Mt. Lhotse (8,516m)-never go out of style. See these mammoth mountains for yourself, up close and personal, on unforgettable 13-night trekking and hiking with Global Adventure Trekking. Arriving at Kathmandu, you’ll fly into Lukla, the starting point of our trek and follow the classical Everest Base Camp Trekking. Each day will bring breathtaking, jaw-dropping panoramas of mountains, monasteries, wildlife and Sherpa culture, customs and tradition.
Why Everest Base Camp Trekking
Everest Base Camp trekking is the best thing to do in Nepal. It goes through the Pine and Rhododendron forest to the Sherpa village of Namche Bazar 3,440m. Apart from the awe-inspiring landscapes tourist definitely experience Sherpa tradition by seeing the Monastery together with museums along the Everest trekking route. A few days you are filled up with strolling for the out excitement of it, allowing vibrant prayer flag and wheels and even crossing the suspension bridge. Tough evenings are honored with pretty food and as a consequence interaction with similar-minded tourists at the warm dining lounges. The rich choice of natural charm, interesting way of local and confidential feeling of accomplishment, including your trekking leader tends to make your Everest hiking certainly one of the world’s best memorable! Everest High pass trekking also in the same route.
What is the optional highlight of Everest Trekking
The scenery won’t be the only thing to look forward to. You will also discover the Trans-Himalayan trade, Yeti Skull Monastery at Khumjung and typical Monastery at Namche village, and the unique Tengboche Monastery. Also spend nights at charming teahouses run by Sherpa people, with two full days at the gateway of classical Mt. Everest Base Camp Trekking at Namche set aside for acclimatization to the altitude. The most pristine Gokyo Lake trek also on the same area.
Everest Base camp Trekking Route
EBC Trekking route starts after the short flight to Lukla and follows the Dudh Koshi River to Phakding-Sherpa village Namche Bazar-Tengboche-Dingboche-Lobuche and Gorekshep the final settlement of the EBC trekking. After having two nights at Dingboche for well acclimatize keep continue to Everest Base Camp and explore the Glacier and sky towering mountain. EBC is an amazing place listen to the noise from the silent, the daylight turns the mountain color into gold and in heal the purest air. What else you need! Just write us back for your happy memories….
How to make EBC trek success
The EBC Trek is a stunning walking through the world-famous Sherpa village. This is not a challenging climb, You do not need any previous climbing experience or even any altitude experience to complete this Base Camp trek. However, you need to be physically fit and have excellent patience and fully enjoy the journey. You may feel that you are taking a risk and difficult to complete this trek but I would recommend you spend least one hour daily in your home town for doing some shorts of extreme physical exercise prior to the starting date of your trekking. I personally recommend walking on the stair-master in Gym with a load of the 5-10kg backpack. How important is this for your trek…..I can’t recommend enough! This trek involves about 4-6hrs walking daily!
Remember you are on holiday, Enjoy yourself! This is the most important tips to remember that you are in your lifetime holiday. Open your mind, listen to the noise from silence, share your problems and be safe each-other. There is always a lot of spare time, you are walking anywhere about 4-6hrs a day. Therefore have plenty of time when you arrive in the tea house to rest, relax and have a beautiful laugh with your trekking fellows. It is important to have this time throughout your Everest journey as they help to keep you positive and relaxed instead of nervous and tense. Please keep in mind that you are trekking in Himalaya in the new destination, things may be done in a different manner as you may be used at home but it does not mean that things are done wrong there. It means that there is a cultural difference from your practice in your home.