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Everest Base Camp  Trek is one of the most popular trekking destinations in Nepal. The trek is so much exciting that it takes the trekker from low-lying hills of Nepal to the base camp of the world tallest mountain. The mountain vistas on the way and the people are something you will really appreciate during your trek. The trail so much adventurous, you get to explore the most beautiful glacial lakes, Sherpa’s of the Himalayas, their unique culture’s and tradition and most of the all the beautiful vistas of mountain and vast landscape covered with snows.

The Everest Base Camp Trek,daring and exciting adventure of a lifetime that you need to experience firsthand. If this kind of daring adventure is not on your travel bucket list then here’s something that will definitely make you dream about this trek. Here is why its most popular and dream of every adventurer around the globe.

The beautiful town on the foot of Himalayas- Namche Bazar

Namchhe Bazar Everest Base Camp Trek

View of Namche Bazaar                                         

Namche Bazar is one of the highlights for the Everest Base Camp Trek. Namche Bazar is a small town located on the foothill of various mountains. You can get the amazing views of various mountains including Kongdi RI, Thamserku and the side view of Everest. The house around here is clean and beautiful. Namche bazar is also called the Gateway to the Himalayas of Nepal. The town is filled with warm-hearted Sherpa people and the fresh and cold mountain air. Namche Bazar in ancient time was trading place for the Nepali and Tibetan traders, where they would trade salt, dried meat, and textiles.

Largest Gompa of Khumbu region- Tengboche Monastery

Everest Base Camp Trek Tengboche Monastery

Monks Worshipping on Tengboche Monastery                     

Tengboche Monastery also is known as Dawa Choling Gompa is another highlight for Everest Base Camp Trek. The monastery was first built in 1916 by Lama Gulu. The monastery is beautiful and you can get the blessing for your adventure and life from the Buddhist monk who resides there. The monastery is amidst the Sagarmatha National Park surrounded by the beautiful Mountains, including the well-known peaks of Tawache, Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, and Thamserku. You can get the panoramic view of these mountains which makes this place even more glorious, spiritual and beautiful.

The gompa, as well as the best artifacts and design itself, is amazing. You can explore more about the ancient Buddhist murals and artifacts. You can find walls and gate crafted which depicts myths and legends from the Buddhist culture. So, the journey to Everest base camp is not only adventurous, daring but also spiritual as you will find many such small and big monastery and shortens along the trail. 

Sagarmatha National Park

Sagarmatha National Park Everest Base Camp Trek

Yak Walking on Sagarmatha National Park                    

If you are an adventurer, then you would love exploring the rare floras and faunas. So, you will be mostly hiking through the Sagarmatha National park while doing the Everest Base Camp Trek. It means you will be able to explore something new, different and beautiful. You can see some of the rarest animals found on earth including Snow- Leopard, the musk deer. The winding landscape of the park is home to many endangered species of animals as well, like the Snow-Leopard and the Musk Deer among a myriad of many other creatures. The birch and bamboo forests of the park provide a tranquil nature to trek through, and the beautiful scenery that the park protects is a magnificent journey that adds more worth to the destination of the base camp.

Experience local lifestyle thoroughly

Local Lifestyle of Everest

Local People loading food materials on donkey                       

While trekking to Everest base camp you will be experiencing the local lifestyle. You will be trekking along the same path, you will be able to see the daily lifestyle of locale, porter, trekkers, guides and children life. You will be able to study the real lifestyle of people living in the mountain region. The trail provides a great opportunity to practice mindfulness. You need to watch where you step. All the time. So, I found the trek quite meditative.