Everest Trek

Everest Trek

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The EBC Trek is a standout amongst the most popular treks in Nepal, and all things considered! Not exclusively do you get the opportunity to remain at the foot of the most astounding mountain on the planet, yet you additionally get the chance to trek through the absolute most delightful scenes on earth while getting a charge out of the rich Nepali culture.

Our trek begins with a two day climb to Namche Bazaar, the clamoring market town in the core of the Sherpa country. We invest some energy here, acclimatizing with a day climb to an Everest perspective and with leisure time to investigate the town.

From Namche, we take after the Khumbu valley towards Everest Base Camp, passing amazing pinnacles, for example, Ama Dablam (regularly alluded to as 'the most excellent mountain'). There is abundant rest time worked in to the schedule, and in addition side excursions and day climbs to permit everybody to legitimately adjust.

The course at that point travels North to Everest Base Camp, through Lobuche and Gorak Shep. Kala Patthar (5,550m) is the most astounding point on the trek, arranged on the rough crest above Everest Base Camp. From here we get unparallelled perspectives of Mt Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Pumori and the renowned Khumbu Icefall. In spring, you will likewise observe the sprawling multi-hued tents that make up Everest Base Camp, and potentially even observe climbers advancing up to the mountain.

Highlights

Everest Base Camp (5,364m), the base camp of the world's most elevated mountain

World's most elevated ice sheet, the Khumbu Glacier

Unrivaled perspective of dawn over Mt. Everest from the survey summit of Kala Pattar (5,545m)

Terrific vista of Pumori,, Makalu, Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Cho Oyu, Thamserku and different crests in the Khumbu district

A more intensive take a gander at the rich culture and mountain way of life of unbelievable Sherpas


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