Everest region trekking is very popular in the world being home to the world's highest mountain, Mt. Everest, with 8,848 meters altitude. This region is also ranked as one of the world's finest trekking destinations. Trekking to Everest base camp attracts many travelers from all over the world.  Everest Region lies within Sagarmatha National Park which covers an area of 1,148 sq. km of the Himalayan ecological zone.

UNESCO has listed Sagarmatha National Park as a World Heritage Site ( natural) in 1979. The park consists mainly of rugged terrain and deep gorges within an elevation of 2845m. The vegetation at a lower altitude is enriched with silver fir, birch, rhododendron and juniper trees, at around 4500m the forest gives way to Juniper and rhododendron scrub. The park is home to a variety of mammals, Himalayan Thar, musk deer, the Himalayan red panda, and the Himalayan black bear.

Most of the treks to Everest region are of medium-hard and challenging but scenically beautiful. During the trek, you are rewarded with both spectacular scenery, mountain views and finally a sense of personal achievement when you reach your targeted destination. You will find yourself immersed in a mountainous terrain that changes from lush farmland and dense forest to clear blue rivers, glaciated lakes, and stark white mountains.

Everest region is also the home of Sherpas. Everest trekking experience is not only limited to Everest base camp but you will explore places like Namche Bazaar, Lukla, Tengboche, the base camp of Mount Everest. You will enjoy views of the highest peak in the world and  Mount Ama Dablam. Besides trekking and mountaineering, the Everest region is also popular for its Sherpa culture.

The ideal season for Everest region treks is Spring( March to May) and Autumn ( September to November). One can also do a trek in the Everest region in the low season with very few tourists in December, January, and  February. Please have a look below for Everest region treks that we offer.