The Everest Base Camp is a more adorable Trekking adventure than other travel routes for travel lovers worldwide. It is a beautiful journey that leads the hikers from the lowland to the Base Camp of the world’s highest mountain, Everest. The Everest Base Camp deserves Outstanding Highlights and presents the true Nepalese Himalayan life and the landscape. Here are some reasons why you should Trek to the Everest Base Camp.
Highlights Of Everest Base Camp Trekking
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What are the Highlights and Attractions of the Everest Base Camp Trekking trip? You are in the right place to get detailed information about the Major Highlights of the Base Camp Trek.
Things that attract visitors to this trail and enjoy it are listed below, and I hope you will love them.
The Exiting Scenic Flight To Lukla - Adventurerous Highlight
The Everest Base Camp Trip begins with a Scenic Flight to Lukla from Kathmandu, the first and Adventurous Highlight of the Trek. Flying to Lukla is not only the way to the Everest Base Camp but a short and easy route. It is also the most demanded way. Flying to Luka is a little Adventure Activity itself. The Lukla Airport stands on top of a cliff and drops off at the end of the runway. This airport is also known as Tenzing- Hilary airport, which is considered one of the shortest runways in the world; that stays in the mind of the people who do it once, but the flight offers the scenic view of a long Himalayas range.
Sagarmatha National Park
The Sagarmatha National Park is a Natural World Heritage Site of UNESCO, one of its Highlights. The Trekking trail goes through the National Park and supplies incredible scenery of the Himalayas and species of flora and fauna. The National Park is home to endangered animals like snow- leopards, musk deer, and other wildlife. Flowers, pine forests, valleys, waterfalls, rivers, and other natural sources make the city more attractive to the National Park. Walking through this National Park makes a magnificent journey to the Base Camp.
Unreal View of Mountains, Including Everest
The main aim of many trekkers is to see the world's highest mountain Everest and its range, so Mountains from the Everest Himalayas are the Prime Highlights of the Trek. Passing the Namche Bazar, The View of the mountain, every moment is unreal. Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Amadablam, Thamserku, and many other big mountains seem like the makeup of nature. The Everest Himalayan range and the chance to see Nepal's 4th highest mountain (Makalu) along the way to the Base Camp.
Namche Bazar - Most Beautiful Sherpa Town
Namche Bazar is another Attraction of this Trek. This is a beautiful town, like a small mountain city, with different shops, bakeries, coffee shops, bars, and much more. Branded mountain equipment shops are available in this town. The view of mountain peaks like Kongde, Thamserku, Kusum Kangaroo, and course- Everest from the national park's headquarters is amazing. This is the place to stop for an acclimatization day for the trekkers before heading to the higher elevation and doing a small day hike. A local weekly shopping market is like a Namche Bazar festival every Friday to Saturday at noon.
The Sherpa Culture and Lifestyle
The Everest Region is a Sherpa land. Sherpa is the local inhabitants of this area who are enormously famous as mountain climbers. This region's legendary mountain Sherpa Culture is the primary matter and innovation to visitors worldwide. The Base Camp Trek has a perfect opportunity to enjoy the Sherpa culture, religion, festivals, lifestyle, daily activities, and traditional settlements with their warm hospitality.
The Everest Trek is not only an adventurous journey but also a spiritual one. At the same time, the walk to the Base Camp can be seen in many Monasteries, Stupas, Mani walls, Mani stones, and other Buddhist monuments decorated with colorful prayer flags. The Tengboche Monastery may be the most famous and faithful among these monuments. This more than 100-year-old beautiful Monastery is situated on the hill station of the Tengboche village. Trekkers mostly visit here for blessings from the monks of this Monastery. Tengboche is also the main point to see the scenic Everest Himalayas, including Everest, Amadablam, Lhotse, Thamserku, Khangteka, Nuptse, and more. This village is surrounded by pine and rhododendron forests. Himalayan Thar, musk deer, Red panda, and flying Himalayan eagles make it more worthy of being in this place.
Everest Base Camp
Reaching the Base Camp of Everest is, of course, the immediate attention for all trekkers. Trekking for about a week is primarily for this highlight, which gives the trekkers a lifetime experience and memory. It fills a desire and pride in the visitors. Standing on the glacier, watching the mesmerizing Mountain View brings like heaven to the visitors. Being at the Base Camp of the world's highest mountain and having a lifetime experience may make a tearing moment of happiness for the people.
Panoramic View From Kalapatthar
The 360-degree Panoramic Mountain View from the Kalapatthar Viewpoint is phenomenal. How happy the people will be at the Base Camp can be much more comfortable with the view from Kalapatthar. The world's highest mountain, Everest, stands just before this hill. This hill presents the most amazing Panoramic View of the Khumbu Glacier and Everest Himalayas. The Unreal View of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Pumori, and other mountains from the Everest Region, including the Tibetan mountain Changhatse, is the main Attraction of the Kalapatthar.
These are the Major Highlights of the Everest Base Camp Trekking. Besides these attractions are the long and enormous Khumbu glacier, Khumbu Valley, Imja Valley, cultural museum, green hills, waterfalls, rivers, and many more.
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The best seasons to see these Highlights and experience the Base Camp Trek are the autumn (September- December) and the spring (March-May). The autumn is slightly colder than spring for this trek, so warmer clothes are recommended. This is a highly recommended Trekking for enthusiasts who must do it at least once in a lifetime.