Everest Base Camp Trek is for many a lifetime experience and is not a very difficult task although the camp is located on the altitude of 5550 meters over the sea level. Everybody wants a glimpse of the world’s highest mountain and that’s the reason why the Everest Base Camp Trek is so popular.
The trek has a number of stunning attractions not least of these is being able to say you’ve visited the highest mountain in the world. The trek gets you right into the high-altitude heart of the high Himalaya, more so than any other tea house trek.
There are some lovely villages and gompas (monasteries) and the friendly Sherpa people of the Solu Khumbu region make trekking through the area a joy. The way leads through the most spectacular Himalayan terrains.
Tourists are accompanied by Sherpa guides who know the region really well as they live there all their lives. To reach Everest Base Camp means trekking past traditional Sherpa villages and hidden among mountains monasteries called “Gompas”.
We do our best to stick to the schedule of the Everest base camp trekking nevertheless it might happen that it has to be changed. Such situations happen when there is a sudden weather change, bad conditions on trails. A tourist or a member of staff does not feel well in short when there is nothing we can do about but to change the itinerary.
- The definitive Himalayan trek to the foot of Mt. Everest through breathless high alpine landscapes.
- Spectacular touching the tops of some of the most famous mountains in the Himalaya.
- Homeland of Sherpa people and their pictureaque villages along the trail, visiting an ancient Buddhist Monasteries where you can see the Yeti Skull in Khumjung
- Mirror the towering landscape all around, stunning view point at Kalapattar
- Following in the footsteps of great mountaineers, smooth walking up and down through the dense Rhododendron and Pine forest
- Scenic and outstanding mountain flight in and out of Lukla.
- Detouring off the main trail and exploring the excellent excursions from Chhukung Ri
- Well-maintained trails and comfortable lodges, but the trekking routes here start higher and stay higher.