• Last Updated on Aug 30, 2018

No doubt Everest Base Camp trek is a fantabulous trek. It’s the ultimate dream of every trekker to reach Kalapather just to chill with the Mount Everest view and the stunning nature. The landscape around Lukla, Khumbu glacier, gigantic mountain ranges are breathtaking.

The Everest Base Camp trek is an adventurous game for travel seekers because like in a game, the difficulty level goes on increasing on moving from lower elevation to higher elevation. Sometimes, you may face difficult conditions at lower altitudes too. Snowfall and mudslides may bring difficulty during the Everest Base Camp trek. There is nothing to anguish about the route we had clearly discussed Best time for Everest base camp trek in our previous blog. Everest Base Camp trek is a wonderland. The environment around the Everest region is thrilling. The melodious voice of birds and animals and natural beauty adds beauty to the trek. Taking in mind the trek, here is the list of the top 7 reasons why you do the Everest Base Camp trek.

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Fly in  and out from Lukla Airport

Lukla Airport is the most dangerous airport in the world. The airport is arranged on a precipice and drops off downwards towards the finish of the runway. The journey starts with a 35-minute mountain flight from Kathmandu Airport to Lukla. You will be honored with the superb perspectives of mountains parallel to you and a beautiful scene just beneath you. Landing on Kalapather, you will get amazing views of glorified nature and Mount Everest in front of you.

Lukla airport

The popular town Namche Bazaar

We found that few of the trekkers are still confused about the Namche Bazaar. It’s a mountainous town in the Khumbu region. There are ATM available, also all sorts of equipment are necessary for trekking. So, you may buy the equipment from Namche Bazaar if you forgot to buy it in Kathmandu. Everest Base Camp trek becomes more exciting when you reach Namche Bazaar. The place around Namche Bazaar is crowded. This is the busiest town in the Everest region. The trekkers on their way, local people shouting and selling their products, and children playing together are lovely.

The famous teahouses

In case you’re an amateur trekker, teahouses will begin to look like sparkling reference points of light toward the finish of a difficult day trekking. Traditional Nepalese foods with beer when you are getting tired make the Everest Base Camp trek glorious. The teahouses welcome you with the word ‘Namaste’ which brings an inspirational feeling to you. The friendly environment in the teahouse will help you to feel relief.

tea house trekking in nepal

The Lifestyle of Sherpa people

Everest Base Camp trek is a contingency to meet Sherpa people, get closer to them and learn about their lifestyle and culture. Sherpa’s are brave Nepalese mountain climbers. The first people to climb Mount Everest from Nepal belonged to the Sherpa community. The porters you hire belong to Sherpa society. Not exclusively is the Sherpa known for their mind-blowing mountaineering aptitudes, but they are adding a portion of the friend list of individuals that you will experience on your Everest Base Camp trek.

Sherpa people in everest region

National Parks and Monasteries

Sagarmatha National Park and Tengboche monastery are the main attractions during the Everest Base Camp trek. The national park offers wide ranges of flora and fauna and varieties of birds and animals. It is enlisted in the World Heritage site by UNESCO. It’s a fascinating park full of glaciers, rivers, forests, mountains, and alpine grassland.
You can encounter a number of monasteries and gompas on the trail. During the one-day stay at Tengboche, you will get a chance to visit the Tengboche monastery. The prayer ceremony is conducted every morning and evening in the monastery. Trekkers receive blessings for a successful journey ahead in the Tengboche monastery.

Tengboche monastry

Kalapather and sight of Everest 

Here comes the most awaited point. The Everest Base Camp trek is all about reaching Kalapather which is actually a hill just in front of Mount Everest. The place provides a superb panoramic view of Mount Everest. The 360° views of the natural environment make you feel that you are in paradise. The sunrise and sunset views are lovely.

Sense of accomplishment

Everest Base Camp trek is not an easy task. Climbing Kalapather hill and trekking for an average of 5 hours daily is really a tedious task. After all, at the end of the journey, you get a certain kind of unique feeling within yourself. Sharing about the trek with your children, the friend becomes a sweet story. The time and effort that you gave for the trek will raise a sense of achievement in your mind.

Dipak Sapkota

Namaste This is me Dipak Sapkota Born in the mid-west part of Nepal called Dhading district Ganesh Himal region. I want to personally thank you for visiting my blog. My experience includes over 15 years of traveling and trekking in Nepal. I want to share my experience with you and help you to accomplish your goals. As an Adventure, I understand the stress and excitement that coincide with travel.

 I truly know each and every person is different and their unique desires. so please let me know about your adventure plan what you have always dreamed of. Please feel free to contact me personally at any time, Regarding any questions, you may have or if you simply want to touch base about a trek and adventure in Nepal. Also if you are interested to know more about my trekking tour, and adventure journey follow me on  Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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