Where is Everest?

Everest Base Camp is in the Khumbu region of Nepal in Sagarmatha National Park of Eastern Nepal. Trekking to Everest is very famous for long hiking and mountaineering. Mount Everest hails tall as the roof of the world with an altitude of 8,848m. Moreover, the surprising fact is that its height is increasing every year by two cm. Everest Base Camp is at an altitude of 5,363m and symbolizes the geographical grace of Himalayas.

Everest trekking starts from Lukla crossing the Dudhkoshi river and chasing the panoramic Namche Bazaar. The Namche Bazaar is a village town and a prominent acclimatization area during Everest trekking. From Namche Bazaar, the hiking route conquers Tengboche, Lobuche, and there is a diversion next. So, trekkers can opt for Gorakshep, Everest Base Camp, or there is an option for Kalapathhar hiking too. Kala Patthar (5,545m) offers a significant view of Everest summits and surrounding peaks. Gokyo Valley, Gokyo Ri are other prominent hiking attraction of Everest trek.

Apart from Mount Everest, Ama Dablam, Lhotse, Nuptse, Makalu, are other mountain panoramas in this region. Everest trekking is open for everyone, and Lukla airport is the primary gateway to accomplish base camp. Flight elevates from Kathmandu and inclines to Lukla airport, offering the best view of genetic geography. Similarly, after achieving the Everest trekking, while returning to Kathmandu, it stores a memorable journey of Everest. Hence, the aerial scenes via Lukla are breathtaking.