Solukhumbu District (in the north-east of Nepal)
Everest Region Trekking is more a journey than a trek: Everest region is the most popular place for Trekking in Nepal, it is an extreme but exciting challenge that will create unforgettable moments, and here you will find all at trekkers heart desire. Solukhumbu is the homeland of the inborn Mountaineers, Sherpa people. Their unique ancient culture and practices, ethnic stone-housed villages and their sound hospitality will surely make your trail more exotic.
The well-known course can be traveling to Lukla first and then be climbing steeply through the mountains of Khumbu to renowned Everest base camp (EBC) or the sacred lakes at Gokyo. Nonetheless, you can likewise investigate the local and urban villages through Jiri or Hile to EBC, to encounter the stunning earth’s tallest Mt. Everest and some awesome perspectives of Ama Dablam, Taweche, Thamaseku, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Lhotse etcetera. Everest Base Camp
(5,364m), Mysterious Kala Patthar (5,550m) and Gokyo Peak (5,350m), are the most noteworthy element that pulls in the Travelers. Other than these, the admirable high passes, for example, Renjo La Pass (5446m), Cho La Pass (5420m), Kongma La Pass (5535m) can be the intriguing campaign for you.
In Solu, the lower zone from 1800m to 2800m, the walk will be comfortable on small paths, the delightful sight of the rhododendron and pine forests, along with quietly streaming rivers will fill your soul with the containment of nature’s bliss. If you are interested in having the magnificent view of the Himalayan range you can climb one of the higher mountains of this region. The locale is famous for its wild animals, as for instance the national beautiful feathered bird, called Danfe, and the extremely protected musk deer and bears. On your way, you will pass through a lot of Buddhist monasteries and you will have the opportunity to wind up naturally with the Buddhist culture.
Namche Bazaar is the capital and trading center for the villages and the regular settlements. The Higher zone of the Mount Everest is called Khumbu, know as the top of the world (8848m). The national park of the Khumbu is inscribed in the Natural World Heritage Site because of the highest mountains of the world such as Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Nuptse, and the exceptional species of animals and the unique culture of the Sherpa people. At the 4000m height, you will discover the vegetation of the upper limit of the Himalayas, the rocky landscape formed by glaciers (rocky peaks). located at the crossroad of the two main trekking routes in the Everest Region. Khumbu is unique and you will find there the most thrilling trekking routes for well-trained people.