Trekking adventures at Everest base camp in Nepal

Nepal is a wonderful country that has many aspects of diversity within itself. Most prominent among the various aspects would be topography, where the structure of the land is simple and polished in the terai foothills, isolated valleys between deceptive terrain in the hills and majestic mountains in the Himalayan region. Nepal is called the land of the Himalayas and has the highest mountain in the world, Mount Everest located in the Khumbu region of the country. Along with Mount Everest, there are many other mountain peaks surrounding Everest. Trekking in the Everest region of Nepal is probably one of the most famous travel destinations for travelers all over the world. The Sagarmatha area, named after the highest mountain in the world, is abundant with Sherpa settlements, with Buddhist culture and religion being the majority. That is why, while traveling to Base Camp Everest, you will likely meet many monasteries, Gumbas, kaitas and Bihars along the journey trail. The road to the Everest base camp is largely decorated with colorful Buddhist prayer flags and carvings on the Mani stone walls.

Khumbu district also has Sagarmatha National Park; and while traveling to Everest Base Camp, you would have to drive through the park and head out to Namche Bazaar. Adventures in Namche include exploring Namche Village. It's also called "The Gate to Everest," and is a great solution that provides first glimpses of Mount Everest and its surrounding peaks. Sagarmatha National Park is a Natural World Heritage Site which has a wide variety of unique flora and fauna preserved within its perimeter. The leaves in the park mainly include alpine vegetation of pine, juniper and cedar trees, along with the Nepalese national flower, rhododendrons. In fact, while traveling to Everest Base Camp, the trail is adorned with rhododendron flowers that bloom in red, white and pink. Walking to the base camp, you will most likely be drawn to the upper reaches of the Khumbu region catchment such as the Dudh Koshi River, the Bhote Koshi River Basin and the Gokyo Lakes. Other peaks around the region include Mount Lhotse, Mount Cho Oyu, Mount Thamserku, Mount Nuptse, Mount Ama Dablam and Mount Pumori among many others. Going through the region's forests to Everest base camp, you will encounter various avifauna that inhabit the axis surface. The forest provides habitats for at least one hundred and eighteen species of birds, including the Himalayan Monal, blood pheasants, lucky red and yellow saplings. Not only that, Sagarmatha National Park allows you to trek through the habitat of rare animals such as Musk-Deer, Snow Leopards, Black Himalayan Bears and Red Pandas. Himalayan Thars, Langur Monkeys, Martens and Himalayan Wolf are also found in the park.

Trekking at Camp Base Everest also has the unveiling of the Tengboche Monastery visit along the trail. It lies in the village of Tengboche in Khumjung. It is a famous Tibetan Buddhist monastery of the Sherpa people and is also a center for travel in the Everest region. Tengboche Monastery is one of the largest Gompas in the Khumbu region of Nepal. The monastery offers stunning panoramic views of mountains like Tawache and Everest, and the monastery itself is ornately decorated with precious and religious paintings and murals and is intricately carved. The monastery attracts many travelers who are heading to Everest base camp.

As you travel, you will come across a village called Dingboche. It's also called "Summer Valley". Excursing from Tengboche, you would come across this small Sherpa settlement that lies in the Chhukung Valley. My River flows directly east of the village. One of Dingboche's characters are the miles of stone walls, built using stones of various sizes that cover the entire valley of Mine. The stones have been removed in order to plow the land and eventually pile on each other, creating miles of wall. It has been dubbed the "Summer Valley" because it receives more sun than the village of Pheriche, and is less affected by the icy winds coming down the Khumbu valleys.

From Nagerjun, which is a settlement just over Dingboche situated on the edge of a hill in the Chhukung Valley, you would be presented with the Himalayan expanses of Lobuche Mountain to the east and west of Lobuche, Toboche Peak; and sometimes, when the weather permits, you can even see the magnificent view of Mount Makalu, as well as from here. Mount Makalu is the fifth highest peak in the world. Walking into Everest Base Camp, you would eventually head to Lobuche as well, and there, you can try the Khumbu glacier morain cyan. Glacier Khumbu is located on the ridge between Mount Everest and Lhotse-Nuptse. At an altitude of four thousand nine hundred meters, it is the tallest glacier in the world, and is also one of Nepal's largest glaciers. The Glacier Khumbu is followed for the final part of the trail to Everest Base Camp. The glacier has a large icefall, Khumbu Waterfall, on its western edge.

The arrival of Base Camp Everest presents one with the sublime atmosphere of the mountains. The area is snow-covered and is extremely calm and beautiful. You will have the adventure of a lifetime trip to Camp Base Everest. Facing a beautiful natural environment, adorned with emerald leaves, serpentine rivers and rare animals, traveling to the Khumbu region presents you with an excellent opportunity to observe and participate in the unique and diverse culture of the people, to experience the traditions and their customs and visit many religious sites and temples. Trekking at Camp Base Everest also gives you the opportunity to see some of the strangest views of the mountains, along with picturesque villages and picturesque settlements. Traveling travel includes all aspects of the Everest region to give you an amazing adventure!