Exploring the valley of gigantic mountains from myths of Yeti to the abode of “Devas” – Travel with us to the land of the legendary sherpas, where you will see five gigantic snow-capped peaks of over 8000 meter high including the majestic mountain Everest (8850m), Lhotse (8516m), Nuptse (7861m), and the beautiful Ama dablam (6856m) or “the mother with a jewel box”. The Sherpas are renowned for their warm smile, hospitality & mountaineering legacy. Passing through rhododendron forests we may see some Himalayan Tahrs (wild goats), and Buddhist Stupas and some of the oldest monasteries on the trail which makes it all interesting and memorable. Legend mysteries revealed before your eyes! Our specialists will share with you their extensive knowledge of Sherpa culture, mountain history, Bouddhist monasteries, and artifacts as you touch this magical land and gaze upon the wonder like the mighty Everest.
Everest View trek is ideally easy for any level trekker who is eager to witness the world’s highest mountain, the Mt. Everest with their own eyes. The Mighty Mt. Everest, the beautiful Ama dablam, the legendary Sherpa villages and Namche Bazar, the Sherpa “capital”, Khumjung, the luxurious Hotel Everest View (3890m) nestled at the world’s highest places highlight this amazing trek. The panoramic views of giant peaks like Lhotse, Khumbila, Thamserku, Khangtega and beautiful Tyangboche monastery, Hillary school, Khunde hospital and the world’ s highest airstrip Syangboche further adds its attraction to this trek. This is great trek for anyone who is on short holiday in Nepal and wishes to see the magnificent close up views of giant snowcapped mountains including the Mt. Everest and legendary Sherpa culture. The Sherpa dance-drama festival called Mani Rimdu is held in October-November on the full moon day. This trek begins with a domestic flight to Lukla at the altitude of 2860 meter, an instant doorway to Everest region. The region is protected as Sagarmatha National Park, one of the Nepal’s UNESCO Natural World Heritage Sites. Everest view trek is accessible all year round.
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