Everest base camp Trek
Mount Everest (8848m), the highest peak of the world has always been a feature for appealing large number of tourist every year. An attempt to reach at the base of the top peak in the world will no doubt offer elating and fantastic experiences. Everest Base Camp trek, the most breathtaking mountain trail will in fact take us to the world famous Sherpa settlement. Plus, you will see the culture of bright prayer flags, the appealing Namche Bazaar, pass by the Sagarmatha National Park. Also, the most appealing part of the trek is reaching the highest view point-Kala Pattar lying at 5550m.
Everest Base Camp trek will begin with an exciting mountain flight to the Tenzing-Hillary airport at Lukla. You will then pass through the appealing Sherpa community Phakding, Namche bazaar. Our path continues to make way up all the way passing through Tengboche, Pheriche, then to Gorakshep and to end with reach Mt. Everest base camp. Subsequently, we will climb to Kalapattar meaning in Nepali black rock which is the incredible view spot and the keep on walking to descend to Lukla and take a scenic flight back to Kathmandu
Boundless Himalaya Trekking and Expeditions is self-assured to put forward Everest Base Camp along with the incomparable service. Without doubt, Everest Base Camp climb is intended to everyone from proficient climber to an inexpert adventure enthusiast. You will be stunned with the superb vistas of Nuptse, Makalu, Lhotse, Cho Oyu and numerous other snow-topped peaks of Everest area.
As the name speaks for itself, each and every service provided is of superior quality than that of regular standard. Best of the available tea-houses along the trek with attached bathroom as far as possible, free menu meaning clients having freedom to choose anything they prefer, tea and coffee anytime as requested, seasonal fruits and desserts with meals, adequate number of qualified and experienced trekking guide and porters who are well trained and up to date with knowledge and skills, extra staff such as experienced cook to coordinate with tea-house cooks to prepare best foods and Sherpa staff to make all necessary arrangements before group arrives in each tea house and also during the trek are provided. Clients and their every need are duly taken care of so that they feel safe and secure all throughout the trip. As the quality does cost the money, you will truly feel value for the money.
Tourism was hardly hit by the devastating earthquakes of 2015. A year has gone by but it’s still struggling to revive. Despite not being particularly affected by the earthquakes, tourism in Everest region was no more an exception in terms of effect. Visiting now would certainly aid in the process of reviving tourism and help the Nepalese.
One of the two national parks of Nepal listed in UNESCO’s world heritage sites, trekking in Everest is certainly one of the most liked activities in Nepal. This region includes 4 of the world’s highest mountains including the highest of all Everest. The altitude from 2800m at the lowest to 5545m at the highest makes it diverse region with some of the breathtaking landscapes on earth.
The trek takes you to the world’s famous Sherpa settlement. Namche bazaar, known as the gateway to Mt. Everest is also known as the capital of Sherpa, the renowned mountaineers. Not only Sherpas but also the people from other ethnic communities such as Rai, Tamang, Bramhan, Chhetri live in the region making it culturally diverse.