The trek to the base camp of the world’s tallest mountain- the Mt. Everest (8848m) is filled with numerous natural attractions. Everest Base Camp is one of the most popular trekking routes in the World. Likewise, the alluring nature with the majestic mountains in the background guarantees that you enjoy each moment on the trek. Moreover, you also visit many Sherpa villages, cultures, and monasteries on the trek.
Firstly, you fly east to Lukla and start the trek. As the trek heads north, you follow the Dudh Koshi River and pass Phakding to reach Namche Bazaar. Next, you trek through the Sagarmatha National Park and head east towards Tengboche. Continuing ahead, you follow the Imja River to reach Pheriche. Next, the trek crosses the Thukla Pass (4830m) and heads to Lobuche. Finally, you head to the Mount Everest Base Camp along the Khumbu Glacier and head to Kalapatthar. After relishing the views of the Himalayas from Kalapatthar, you retrace your steps all the way to Lukla.
Throughout this trek, you need to walk 5-6 hours on average. The 14-day trek gives you amazing views of the Mt. Everest (8848m), Cho Oyu (8201m), Lhotse (8516m), and many more. Along with it, the Sherpa culture welcomes you from the first day of the trek.
Everest Base Camp Trek can be done by anyone with an average physical condition. So, you can enjoy this trek with your friends as well as your family. The three passes trek is another trek you can do if you want to explore more of the Everest region. The ideal times for this trek are during spring and autumn seasons.