Everest Region

The Everest region is located in the northeast of Nepal. The prime attraction – the 8,848 m peak of Mt. Everest – lies in Sagarmatha National Park, which is also home to two other eight thousands - Lhotse and Cho Oyu – besides several other prominent peaks above 6,000 m. Everest`s daunting summit soars so high that trekking to its base camp (17,590`) is still an adventure of the highest sort.  It is an opportunity to observe and participate in the daily life of the legendary Sherpa people. Mt Everest is designated as a World Heritage Site in 1979 covering the area of 1,148 sq. km park lies above 3,000 m. The park is composed of rugged terrain with deep gorges, glaciers and huge rocks. The vegetation in the park changes from pine, hemlock, fir, juniper, birch, rhododendron and shrubs to alpine plants and then to bare rock and snow. It is home to the wild animals i.e ghoral, tahr, serow and musk deer as well as the impeyan pheasant, blood pheasant, red-billed chough and the yellow-billed chough.

Sagarmatha National Park is register under Natural UNESCO world heritage site of Nepal. Which consist diverse and endangered varieties of flora and faunas during the trekking, we across the Dudh Koshi River (Khola ) "milk river" it seems to very white color we  are crossing the north through terraced hillsides and small villages to join the main Everest Trail below Lukla. The route passes through Lush valleys with abundant flora and fauna,spectacular forests of blooming rhododendron in March April, blue pine and fir. Past friendly Sherpa villages and Buddhist monasteries through the famous Sherpa village of Namche Bazaar 3440m, Tengboche Buddhist Monastery, Khunde Khumjung. And far above the tree line towards the earth`s highest mountains Mt. Everest 8848m and moving down towards the Gokyo lake, Gokyo Ri, Cho Oyu 8152m, Lhotse 8516m, Thamserku 6506m, Makalu 8463m and Ama Dablam 6456m, Kantega and may more mountains. Experience Everest trek with Himalayan magic treks professionals with great knowledge, best season autumn and spring with relaxing weather.

The trail to Everest also begins at Lukla, the airport at 2,850 m. The trail climbs up the Dudhkoshi River Valley, and the following day brings you to the legendary Sherpa village of Namche Bazaar in the Khumbu (3,500 m), which is the staging point for expeditions to Everest and other peaks in the area. Above Namche lie the traditional villages of Khunde and Khumjung. Khumjung which is the largest village in the Khumbu lies at the foot of the sacred peak Khumbila. The Khunde Hospital, maintained by Himalayan Trust, and Khumjung School, the original Hillary School set up in 1960, lie here. Across the canyon from Khunde, perched on a high ridge, is the Tengboche Monastery, the leading Buddhist center in the Khumbu. The monastery rests amid stunning views of Everest, Lhotse and Ama Dablam. Pines, azaleas and colorful mountain rhododendrons ring the attractive monastery. There are rest houses, lodges and camping sites here. From Tengboche you can continue on to Pheriche, Kala Pattar and the hamlet of Gorakshep.  From here, the site of Everest Base Camp is easily accessible, as is the summit of Kala Pattar (5,545 m), from which much of Mt. Everest is clearly visible.

  Everest Region