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Everest Region Trek

Upper Region of Everest, Khumbu, is the second most popular trekking destination in Nepal and the home to the world’s highest mountains including Mt. Everest (8848 m), Cho Oyu (8156 m), Makalu (8470 m), Ama Dablam (6856 m) and many other countless, snowy peaks. A trek to Everest region follows the course of the Dudh Koshi river and gradually climbs through the forests of Rhododendron and Magnolia. The region lures thousands of adventure seekers to explore and experience high mountain valleys, high passes, Buddhist culture and stunning Sherpa villages on such high altitudes. Trekking to this region makes the travelers feel satisfied being at the base of Mt. Everest- the highest mountain in the world.

Featured Trips

  • Everest Base Camp Trekking

     18 days

    Everest Base Camp trek is justifiably the most popular of all the treks in the Everest region in…

  • Everest Panorama Trekking

     11 days

    This trek is ideal for those who have short holiday in Nepal and want to see Mt. Everest…

  • Pikey Danda Trek

     13 days

    This trek is named after a sacred and holy Pike Peak one of the best view point in…

  • Everest Three High Passes Trek

     19 days

    Everest Three High Passes trekking is quite challenging for those ambitious trekkers intending on crossing three most popular…

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Highlights

• Home to Mt. Everest, the world’s highest peak & other peaks above 6,000 m
• Sagarmatha national park with a variety of rare species of flora and fauna
• Explore pristine lakes, gorges, glacial lakes, peaks & high passes
• Rich Buddhist culture of the Sherpas and lifestyle
• Several secluded monasteries, Stupas and Chortens in high Himalaya
• Kalapattar offers magnificent views of Mt.Everest and Sunrise