Everest Region Trek

Everest region trek has been attracting trekkers from the globe since the time this region in Nepal got under the sight of explorers. Everest region is located in the Eastern part of Nepal and is also known as Khumbu or Solukhumbu region according to the locals. There is a lot of thing that is home to this region, other than the mighty Himalayas. Everest is the home of the famous mountain settlers known to the world as Sherpa, who are well known for their skills as guides and mountaineers.

Everest is one of the ultimate pilgrimages for adventurers and mountaineers and it has been driving trekkers and climbers from a very long time. Lukla and Jiri are the two popular gateways and amongst these Jiri is the oldest and the one used by none other than Sir. Edmund Hillary, Tenzing Norgay and many other famous expeditions in the past. Recently Lukla airbase has been serving the needs of trekkers in the Everest region and has over shadowed the primitive route. Lukla airport, the only commercial airport in the Everest region is an adventurous airport, in the world, with only around 450m runway.

The mountains of the Everest region create its own weather and it has almost all climate zones. The region comprises of lush green knolls of deciduous forest, along with terrace farms of potato and rice which intermingles with beautiful color of Rhododendron and Pine. On the higher altitude scrub junipers are very common sightings and all the way on the alpine we see only alpine scrubs and grasses. Along with the climate and vegetation, some rare faunal species have made Everest their base as well. Keep your eyes open for golden eagles, Himalayan monal, impeyan pheasant, Himalayan thar, musk deer, muntjak and barking deer.

It is possible to pay a visit Khumbu region throughout the year as there is some or the other thing happening and it is equally beautiful with the rain clouds in the monsoon as well. Springs and autumns are the best times of the year to visit, as the skies are clearer in these seasons. Autumn is cold but it is endurable, where as the springs are warmer and can rejoice better view in the best circumstances. One of the best enjoyed treks in the region are Everest base camp, Gokyo lake trek, 3 pass trek, Shivalaya trek and many others. Everest being one of the most developed and facilitated trails in Nepal, in terms of logistics and we at Himalayas facts holidays know the exact ingredients to design an itinerary which will make it a once in lifetime holiday experience for you.

Everest Base Camp Trek

There is only one Everest and only one life, so do come watch the highest peak in the world! Everest base camp trek is one of the most favored trekking in Nepal and its access as well as logistic in abundance makes it a heartthrob. There are many trekking trails in the Everest region but the Everest base camp is the most feasible as well as easy in grade compared to that of others. Ev...

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Everest Panorama Trek

Everest panorama trek can be interpreted as short Everest trek as well and only in terms of the days spent on the trails, not in terms of the offering. This is an entry level trekking on the Everest region which embarks on the same popular route that some of the famous mountaineer Reinhold Messner, Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay followed. Everest Panorama trek is relatively an ...

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Everest View Trek

The Everest view trek,  the life in the mountains is completely different than the one in the city and is as pristine as the mountains and the biodiversity. Take a break from the hustle and bustle and clear your lungs on the laps of one of the highest peaks in the world and make friends with the friendliest people in the planet, known as the Sherpa. The journey to the highest landmark o...

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Tiger attack in Bardia Nepal

Posted on: February 15, 2016

Tiger attack in Bardia Nepal : A Dutch tourist – Gerard Van Laar survived after tiger attack in Bardia National Park Nepal, when he and his Nepalese guide were hiking in Bardia Jungle on Saturday. He said, all of a sudden! the tiger was heading........

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