Numerous adventure seekers and hikers have been drawn to the Mount Everest Base Camp to explore the mystique of the formidable Himalayan peaks. People have travelled great distances and followed their forerunners for years in order to see the panoramic view of these mysterious mountain ranges and learn what makes them so gorgeous. The voyage itself holds the key to the solution, as individuals who have set out on this adventure have encountered their "moments of truth" and have completely rediscovered who they are. Many claim that a metamorphosis in their spirits has carried them out of this world and into a realm of adventure, serenity, calm, and fulfilment.
The South Base Camp and the North Base Camp are the two main divisions of the Everest Base Camp. The North Base Camp is officially in Tibet at an elevation of 5,150 metres, whilst the South Base Camp is located in Nepal at a height of 5,363 metres. These camps have traditionally been utilised by trekkers and mountain climbers as acclimatisation stops before continuing their ascent of Mount Everest or when descending after an Everest expedition. Supplies for trekkers are delivered to these camps by porters and "Sherpas" (local guides for Mount Everest Treks). Trekkers can pause at these base camps to acclimatise to the high altitude and mountain conditions. Depending on how long it takes you to acclimate to the altitude and the weather, these visits may stretch to several days.
Tens of thousands of hikers go on the South Base Camp trip every year since it is so well-liked. This journey begins in Lukla, which is accessible by plane from Kathmandu. You begin your ascent from Lukla, passing through a variety of sceneries, the lovely Dudh Kosi River valley, Namche Bazaar, and other tiny settlements. There are rest breaks along the way that give you the chance to spend some time in and about the nearby communities and see some of the local culture while gradually acclimating to the higher elevations. You progress toward Everest Base Camp across Dingboche, Gorakshep, Kala Patthar, and Mount Pumori as you make your way there. Also explore about Kashmir Great Lakes Trek and Valley of Flowers Trek .