Everest Region trekking is known as Khumbu Region trekking. It is situated in the eastern part of Nepal. Everest region areas are protected by the Sagarmatha National Park, established in 1976 covering an area of 1148 square kilometers. This region elevation starts from 2845m to 8848m. Listed UNESCO Natural world heritage sites. The Dudh Koshi River originates in Khumbu region. Gokyo Valley (a RAMSAR site) has a number of lakes. Khumbu glacier is the longest glacier in the world. Mainly Sherpa lives in Everest region.
Khumbu region is very famous in the world when Tenzing Norgay and Edmund Hillary summit in the world highest mountain. The awe-inspiring scenery and prolific wildlife are Everest region principal attractions, with some of the best wildlife-viewing at Phortse. Endemic species include endangered snow leopards and red pandas, musk deer, Himalayan black bears, yaks, marten, more than 118 bird species, Highest trekking, Peak climbing, and expedition. The Thame Valley and Gokyo Lake offer spectacular views, and after the summer monsoons, the hillsides turn green and flowers begin to bloom everywhere, to see spectacular glaciers. Mt Everest, Cho-Oyu, and Lhotse are more than 8 thousand mountain in Everest region; many peaks are in Khumbu region, among some of the world’s most sublime peaks.
Everest region is home to about 3000 Sherpa’s. They moved from Tibet 500 years ago and keep up their different traditions and Tibetan-Buddhist religion. They live in more than 20 different villages.
Gokyo Lake Chola passes Everest base camp trekking is one of the most attractive and adventure trekking trails in Khumbu...Read more