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Everest Base Camp Trek General Information

Trekking to the Everest Himalayas to witness the magnificent mountain views is a truly awe-inspiring and memorable experience. The region offers breathtaking vistas, challenging trails, and an opportunity to immerse yourself in the unique culture of the Sherpa people. Here's some information to help you plan your trek:

Trekking Routes

The most popular trekking route to see Everest is the Everest Base Camp Trek. This trek typically starts and ends in Lukla, a small town in the Khumbu region of Nepa

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The Everest Base Camp Gokyo Lakes Trek is one of the high passes in the Khumbu Region of eastern Nepal. Cho La Pass Trek is one of the alternative routes to Everest Base Camp. Along with Kongma La (5535m) and Renjo La (5360m), Chola makes three high passes. The trail connects three major Khumbu destinations: Gokyo Lakes, Cho La, and Everest Base Camp. Hence, offering a complete trek experience with insight into the culture, lifestyle, and tradition of the indigenous Sherpa tribe, the trekking ro

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If you are thinking of doing the Everest base camp trek, but have 2-3 extra days, we suggest going to Gokyo Lakes through Cho La Pass. It is absolutely perfect trip. This 14-day adventure Everest tour takes you to the basement of the world's highest mountain, two vantage viewpoints (Kalapatthar and Gokyo Ri), shows two massive glaciers (Khumbu and Ngozumba), tranquil Gokyo lakes, and more.
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Good to Know About Everest Base Camp Trek

The Everest Base Camp Trek is a highly popular trekking in Nepal. Everest is the highest mountain in the world.  It is in Sagarmatha national park which is one of the world heritage sites in Nepal out of ten UNESCO heritage sites in Nepal. Mount. Everest is also known as Sagarmatha in Nepali and Chomolungma in Tibetan languages.  There are thousands of trekkers visit this place every year.

There are lots of things that need to know before starting a journey to the Everest base camp. Everest base

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