Everest Region Trek
Mount Everest (8,848meters) is the highest peak on the earth. Located on Solukhumbu district in eastern Nepal, the mountain stands as a testimony to the spirit of the human race and their attempt to conquer nature’s challenges. Named after Sir George Everest, the British surveyor-general of India, Everest is known as “Chomolunma” in Tibet and “Sagarmatha” in Nepal. New Zealander Sir Edmund Hillary and Nepali Tenzing Norgay were the first persons to scale this highest peak on May 29, 1953. Similarly, Junko Tabie of Japan is the first women to reach the summit of Mt. Everest. Only a little over 4,000 peoples have reach the summit of Mount Everest. For those who cannot reach the summit, reaching the Base Camp itself can give the diving feeling. The Everest Base Camp Trek is one of the most popular trekking trials in the world. This treks boasts of the most exotic sceneries, a blend of Sherpa and Rai culture and life style and hospitality of the locals in the region. The treks officially begins from Lukla which can be reached by the flight from Kathmandu. The trial passes through traditional Sherpa villages and monasteries. It offers various vantage points which offer the best possible view of the Himalayan range. The best season to visit the area is from October-December and February-April.
Nepali Apa Sherpa holds the record of most Everest ascents with 18 times. Likewise, Nepali Min Bahadue Sherchan is the oldest climber of the Mt. Everest who did it at the age of 77. Ms. Lakpa Sherpa is the only women to summit Everest three times. These are only some of the records that men have made over the highest peak in the world. Climbers have to options to scales Everest; one is from South-East range and another is south pillar. This is the one famous trekking route from which more than thousands of people trek to the base camp. Visitors spend several days to complete Everest trial.
List Of Everest Region Trek Itinerary
Climbing and Expedition
Nepal is one of the most popular destinations for climbing and expedition. Due to the highest peak of the world located in Nepal, it is most famous for the Everest Expedition. Not only that, there are so many peaks that are popular for climbing.
Nepal Helicopter Tour
Nepal Helicopter tour is one adventure short tour. It is the second choice to get the journey to the Himalayan and countryside of Nepal. Nepal helicopter tour is more applicable for the people who don’t have sufficient time to explore Nepal and wants to explore more destination in a short time. In Nepal helicopter tour is famous for the Mountain exploration like Everest Base Camp, Annapurna Base Camp, Manaslu views, Machhapuchree (fishtail) view and other highest peaks of Nepal.
Helicopter tour offers the chance to get closed to the different beautiful mountains. Everest region, Annapurna region, Langtang valley, Muktinath temple, Mt. Kailash, Lumbini are the best and famous Heli-tour sports in Nepal. Generally, it takes 2/4 hours to complete one trip for mountain areas.
These are the standard Heli-tour packages. Heli tour can be customized according to the customer’s request. We are highly sensitive to the customer’s needs and desire. Feel free to contact us for the desire tour packages in Nepal.
Trekking and Hiking
Trekking and Hiking are pretty similar in activities but hiking is a daily activity and trekking would be as long as possible in Nepal. Mostly, trekking in Nepal is the most popular activity done on the following regions:
- Everest Region
- Annapurna Region
- Manaslu region
- Langtang Region
- Makalu, etc
Hiking in the act of walking for a long range of time period to take adventure enjoyment of Nature. Extend the overnight becomes backpacking. Nowadays, hiking is going most popular whole over the world. However, we can hike for many days but this is known as backpacking rather than completely hiking. The hike can be done on flat trails up to the slope hills. It’s basically just moving on trials, can involve trials like the top of the mountain or flat area.
Trekking is walking for the long distance through the mountain as well. Bring out of hiking, trekking is always a multiday affair. Treks have the real infrastructure of wide trials, boarding, foods, etc. Hiking and Trekking are pretty similar. Hiking can summit within a day while trekking takes little more days to finish.