Everest hiking is the best trek journey in Nepal and offers some of the greatest hidden treasures of Himalayas. Moreover, the spectacular journey towards the lap of Mount Everest (8,848m) is the major highlight of Everest hiking. Everest Base Camp trek offers a lifelong memory for all, from young to elderly peoples.
Lukla airport is the primary starting point for Everest hiking. The Lukla airport (2800m), is very adventurous and offers some of the most significant scenes. After assembling in this majestic destination, the road to Everest kicks off.
It is the most significant part of Everest base camp trek, as it offers a fantastic view of Everest and its surrounding mountains. Kalapathhar hails at an altitude of 5,545m and accomplishing it gives the best view of Everest.
Along with Everest, Ama Dablam, Lhotse, Lobuche, Nuptse, Island Peak, Pumori, are other peaks here.
Hiking along the trails of Everest offers several ascending and descending pathways. Some are difficult, while some are easy; however, accomplishing every steep trail offers breathtaking scenes. Thus, it’s the beauty of Everest trekking.
The AMS stands for Altitude Mountain Sickness; it is a significant health issue. However, it does not arise on all trekkers, but proper planning is critical. We are always there for your assistance in any unconventional circumstances. Taking enough water, acetazolamide tabs, etc. are best to get rid of AMS. We also carry oxygen cylinders for prevention.
Food and Accommodation:
Namche Bazar is the prominent village town during Everest trekking. Trekkers can enjoy various meals and accommodation services at Namche Bazaar. Similarly, there won’t be any problem during the overnight stay at any trails of the Everest region. Moreover, Namche Bazaar offers miscellaneous facilities, including Wi-Fi, telephones, etc.
We recommend our trekkers that hiking along the trails of Everest doesn’t require massive preparation. However, it requires significant packing lists, so we suggest you pack less pack best.