Everest Base Camp Trek in the Himalayas of Nepal is one of the typical yet challenging treks which is an admired destination for trekkers in Nepal since the decade of 1950s. The Everest Base Camp trek starts from Lukla and follows the Dudh Kosi valley and climbs up to the gate-way of Everest Namche Bazar (3440m) a sherpa's territory. The trail, passes along blooming forests of Rhododendron, magnolia, giant firs, across high mountain passes, remote valleys, villages and monasteries.
This trek is suitable to those who do not have much time to spend in Nepal but have a desire to see Mt. Everest from close quarters. The trip starts with the flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and trek to Tengboche. After visiting the Tengboche Monastery and viewing the soaring Mt. Everest from the base camp we get back to Kathmandu on the flight from Lukla. The spectacular scenery is unrivalled and the Sherpa communities make the trekkers feel welcome to their homes. Alpine flowers, stunning Buddhist monasteries and high mountain passes are the highlights of this trek.
The trail goes by a high traverse path to achieve the Thyangboche monastery stands at the elevation of 3867m. The monastery is structurally located on a ridge crest with superior views of the mighty Everest. The vista in the morning from the courtyard of Thyangboche is enormously mesmerizing and eye-catching. After the path goes ahead to the Imja Khola and enters into the villages of Pangboche and Pheriche before forthcoming to the Khumbu Glacier. The route goes behind the glacier, to Lobuche, a vantage point for impressive surveillance of the Ama Dablam, Taweche, Lhotse and other peaks. Trekkers too have an opportunity to soar Kala Pattar (5550m) where an awesome image of the Himalayan giants precisely makes your minds with wheezing speculate. Alternatively, the come back route can be arranged through the Chola Pass, Gokyo, Renjo Pass, and Thame trail offers the pleasure adventurous psyche with more magnificent mountain views, verdant forested valleys, and possibilities to experience Nepalese tradition and culture.