Everest Trekking- Mount Everest (8848 meters) traditionally known as Sagarmatha- “Head reaching to the sky” or Chomolungma- “Mother Goddess” is the world’s highest mountain. It is located in the northeastern Himalayan region of Nepal with dramatic mountains, glaciers and deep valleys as well as a home of the Sherpa and the Tibetan Buddhism with its so many fascinating mountains, monasteries, Peoples and their villages. In this region not only Mount Everest lies other incredible views of mountain such as Ama Dablam (6856 meters), Makalu (8463 meters), Thamserku (6623 meters), Pumori (7161 meters), Nuptse (7879 meters), Lhotse (8516 meters) and Cho Oyu (8201 meters). These mountains also unique and beautiful foot trail for the travelers.
Everest Trekking is the most popular and demanding trekking area in Nepal. It is as well as Khumbu region well known for the Sherpas, the beautiful and majestic mountains. There are so many popular and exotic places within the area like Namche Bazaar as a Sherpa’s village, Tengboche monastery, Gokyo Lake, Kalapathar, Everest base camp and many more other small traditional and cultural villages. We can enjoy short easy treks as well as much longer treks, Peak climbing and Expedition reaching up to Kalapathar, which is considered the popular viewpoint in the Everest trekking. Every year more and more visitor, visit Kalapathar and Mount Everest base camp are truly beautiful, magical and a lifetime experience. The Everest also has many more high peaks like Imja Tse Peak popularly known as the Island peak.
The best time to visit the Everest are spring (March-May), and autumn (October- November). During the spring days are warm, autumn the weather is pleasant but colder at night. During the winter the weather is very cold and daytime temperatures do not exceed five degree Celsius. The monsoon season rains make travel difficult.