Mt Everest has a proud elevation of 8848 meters above elevation located between the borders of Nepal and Tibet with is two entrances known as Southern Ridge of Nepal and Northern Ridge of Tibet. Generally known as the Everest around the world it has other names in locale language as Sagarmatha of residing country Nepal and as Chomolungma for Tibet and china. The travel to the everest region of Nepal will lead the travelers to the fascinating part of the world which is remote, unspoiled and traditional dominated by the Tibetan Buddhist culture passing in transit of untamed forest of pinewoods, vivid rhododendron forests, suspension bridges, picturesque caravans of Yak transporting goods in highland villages and trekking expedition dominated by surrounding Himalayas making a white walls of forts around them with colorful sun rise and sunsets. There is the society of high altitude tribe dominated by ancient Tibetan Buddhist ethnicity and known to world as Sherpas. They have atypical characteristic of endurance of high altitude and a very much special friend to travelers who travel in those high altitudes. They are the saviors of Himalayas till the travelers reach their destined place of lodging. Their society is a cultural blend of chronicled Tibet and Buddhist resulting in to typical life of solukhumbu region local word for everest region. The place is full of Buddhist monasteries and other Tibetan-buddhist sanctuaries which replicates the ancient highland society and livelihood. Hence the travelers can experience the lifestyle of highlanders living at the highest altitude of the world.
The trekkers take air flight from Kathmandu to Luka which is around 30-35 minutes from Kathmandu air-terminal. After landing on Lukla airport, the trekkers start their walking journey from walk from Lukla for two days to reach the Namche Bazar, the acclimatization hub for the mountain climbers and resting place full of hotels and lodges. It takes another four days to reach the foothills of Kala Patthar at 5545 meters accompanied by Mt.Pumori travelling through trekking trails of Dingboche of 4,260 meters. The trekkers take rest at Everest Base Camp at Kala Patthar region of Everest region. The kalapatthar region provides the closest view of Mt. Everest from focal eyesight where the perspectives of everest, nuptse and changtse are the one of a kind from this region along with the glimpses of northern side and peak of Lhoste. The globe nearest focal view station of Everest is located at Kalapatthar. There is an ancient lake bed on the way to kalapatthar from Gorakshep which now contains a small lake and helipad. The region of Kalapatthar is decorated with traditional Tibetan Buddhist prayer flags that identify this place as a popular center of viewpoints and resting. The trekkers can take some additional walk around in this region until they are satisfied with the gigantic standing mountain peaks called as the highest peaks of the world. The peaks witness from the everest base camp are Mt. Everest-8848m, Cho Oyu-8,153m, Lhotse-8,516m, Nuptse-7,879m, Makalu-8463m and Ama Dablam-6,856m, Thamserku-6623m, Kangtenga-6779m and other surrounding peaks. The trekkers take the same coursing of returning from kalapatthar till namche bazaar. In the end the trekkers take air flight from Lukla to Kathmandu.
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