Published on January 5, 2017
1. Everest Base Camp Trekking Everest Base Camp trekking is the best way for non-eight climb- ers to get close to the world's highest mountain Mt Everest. Also It is great opportunity to explore the Sherpa culture and high Himalaya region. A very few people in the world stand on the top of Mount Everest base camp and Mt Everest is a dream of every adventure lovers. The Classic and strenuous 14 days EBC trek starts from Lukla, the remote mountain airstrip that provides a gateway to the region. During this 14 days you will hike through Dodhkoshi River, trading center of Namche Bazar, trek through Sherpa, heartland, passing vibrant monasteries, Khumbu glacier and reach extremely close to Mt. Everest. You will be walked 6 to 7 hours a day at high altitude. You will be provided a professional English speaking trekking guide and nec- essary porters to your luggage’s. You will stay at available local Tea Houses and eat available western foods which are prepared by locals. Trek to EBC is not a wild expedition. The route is dotted with tea- houses, tiny Sherpa village, Buddhist prayers flags and adding a fascinating human element to this great outdoors.