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Top 10 reasons to go for Everest Base Camp Trek

Posted On : January 9, 2015

Everest base camp trek remains as the top trekking adventure to be experienced around the globe ever since Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenjing Norgay Sherpa successfully conquered the Everest summit in 1953 AD. Everest base camp trek offers grandest of adventure around the world’s highest Himalayas passing through enchanting forests, Sherpa villages, monasteries and eye catching views along the way.  It is quite amazing that every adventure lover wants to go for Everest base camp trek. I used to wonder why until I found these following top 10 reasons for Everest base camp trek.

1. Step at base camp of world’s highest peak Mt. Everest
Nothing can be the best adventurous experience other than stepping on base camp of world’s highest peak Mt. Everest. Mountaineers and professionals climb on the top of Mt. Everest which might not be possible for all of us. However, most of us always can embark of Everest base camp trek and reach the base of top of the world which is huge accomplishment in itself that makes us spellbound.

2. Head Kalapathhar viewpoint offering magical Himalayan views
Kalapathhar is the major view point in Everest region offering panoramic sunrise views over the Himalayas. As soon as rays of sun turn the snow-white mountains into golden color, the most spectacular view is seen which can’t be described in words. It is fully a magical experience.

3. Explore Sherpa land
Everest base camp trek offers to be at Sherpa land, and explore the most famous Himalayan tribe; Sherpa, their culture, tradition, rituals and lifestyle. Sherpa is a name of particular caste not an occupation, as many misunderstands Sherpa as guides and porters in Himalayas. But it is a known fact that most of the local Sherpa are directly or indirectly relate with trekking and mountaineering occupation.

4. Visit ancient Tengboche monastery
On the Everest base camp trekking trail we get the chance to visit ancient Tengboche monastery built centuries ago. There we get an insight to traditional Buddhism religion, praying rituals and the feeling of peace and tranquility around himalayas. Along Tengboche monastery, there are other monasteries, prayer wheels, mani walls and prayer flags which reflects the cultural significance to local inhabitants.

5. Only trekking route exhibiting four Himalayas above 8000 m
Everest base camp is the only trekking route where we get to view not one, two but four Himalayan peaks above 8000 meters. These eight thousanders are Mt.Cho Oyu, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Lhotse and top of the world Mt. Everest.

6. Trek through world’s highest Khumbu glacier and Khumbu icefall
Nearby Everest base camp, world highest Khumbu glacier and Khumbu icefall is located at an altitude of 4900 meters.  You will be mesmerized while walking through ice which is remarkable and unique experience in itself.

7. Stroll around popular Namche Bazaar
Namche bazaar is popular trading center and tourist hub which is also known as gateway to Everest. Bazaar means market, and as the name suggests every Saturday Sherpa traders spread out their market where we can get souvenir of Everest. Mendafu viewpoint, short walk to Khumjung and Sherpa cultural museum remains as other major attractions in Namche.

8. Cross Sagarmatha National Park
Sagarmatha National Park covering an area of 1148 square kilometers is preserved area along the trail to Everest base camp with steep terrains cut by rivers and glaciers. National Park is mostly covered by Pine, rhododendron and hemlock forests where we can encounter Himalayan monal, musk deer, mountain goat and others.

9. Most popular trekking adventure around the globe
Everest base camp trek is the most popular trekking adventure as more than twenty five thousand trekkers embark for Everest base camp annually. Don’t miss out for Everest base camp this year and experience most popular trek in whole world.

10. Most developed, well managed and safe trekking site
As tourism industry being the major source of income for locals, Everest region is most developed well managed with plenty of cozy tea houses along quality lodging and fooding services. The trekking routes are distinguishable and considered as safe place to travel.

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