Everest Conservation Area

In the Everest, the mountains are young yet amongst the highest, the call of the wild is cold yet tempting and the landscape harsh yet seducing. The trekking route is all about massive, rugged terrains, unbelievably beautiful sights and good-natured people. One of the wonders that Nepal offers is that it boasts of great diversity within the small area it occupies. The landscape in the Everest Base Camp Trek varies from deep, dark gorges, high-altitude lakes to gigantic mountains. The trek includes views and experiences of major peaks of the world including Mount Everest, Lhotse, Pumori, AmaDablam and Cho Oyu. Besides the mountains, the trek snakes through major tourist destinations like Namche Bazaar, Tengboche Monastery. One of the most popular treks in the everest region is “Base Camp Trek”. The journey begins with flying to Lukla from Kathmandu. The trek starts from Lukla to Phakding on the first day which involves walking on the lines of the DudhKoshi valley. A day away from Phakding is Namche Bazaar- the trade and tourism hub of the trekking region. From Namche, the trail route to Tengbochehas the airstrip with Hotel Everest, the highest hotel in the world. A few days away, typically 4-5 days, one arrives at Gorakshep. This former base camp is now 6 hours away from the Everest Base Camp and falls on the route toKalapatthar, which offers a splendid view of…