About Everest Base Camp Trek

by Rajesh Thapaliya Trekking, tour, easy and adventure

Everest Base Camp trek is one of the best destinations for the trekkers. This trek isn’t difficult but we may have to face the altitude sickness. These treks directly start towards the two thousand and eight hundred meters from the sea level. Mainly we will find the local Sherpa people whose occupation is tourism worker. Yak helps us to carry our bags as well as transportation to supply food and materials up to the Everest base camp.

The major attractions of this trek are white snow mountain, waterfall, lots of greenery forest with colourful flowers, a river valley, culture and life settlement as well as the Buddhist monuments. Mainly, we can also see the rare animals’ likes’ snow leopard, red panda and musk deer which are only found in mountain regions.


Our journeys start from Lukla airport which is one of the most dangerous airports all over the world. On March to May will be the best time for those who have a problem with the cooler at that month we find a little bit warmer in comparison to other months.

Sometime there may be snowfalls because of the mountain range but the soil will melt after a certain time due to the warm temperature. We find clear weather during the month of mid- October to late December but a little bit cooler too. We also find the awesome scenery of the mountain range.

Everest Base Camp trek is one of the challengeable treks where we find the large numbers of trekkers. Due to a large number of trekkers, we have to face some problem. There is less chance to get the flight tickets as well as the limited lodges so we must book the room in advance. The guest house of Everest Base camp has a clean environment and comfortable to take rest.

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About Rajesh Thapaliya Freshman   Trekking, tour, easy and adventure

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Joined APSense since, October 27th, 2016, From Kathmandu, Nepal.

Created on Mar 2nd 2020 03:17. Viewed 207 times.


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