Everest Trekking finds adventures in the world’s highest peak Mount Everest (8,848 metres). The Everest region also called Khumbu region is the most popular trekking area in the third pole country Nepal.
The Everest trekkers also establish the ecstatic touch with four other higher Mountains - Kangchenjunga (8,586 metres), Lhotse (8,516 metres), Makalu (8,481 metres) and Cho Oyu (8,201 metres) alongside the Mount Everest.
The Everest region attracts more travellers than any other destinations in the world because of its versatility, arguably with the vista like nowhere else on earth. The blending of Nepali and Tibetan cultures equally attract travellers. The traditional and cultural richness of the native Sherpas can be explored among the centuries-old villages and the oldest monastery at Tyangboche in the Khumbu region.
In this versatile naturalistic trekking, travellers also experience the life in the highest freshwater lake. Everest Trekking includes the UNESCO World Heritage Sites-enlisted Sagarmatha National Park extending within an area of 1,148 Square Kilometres. The diversity of flora and fauna inhabited in the park are the additional charm. The vegetation of pine and hemlock forests, rhododendron, scrub and alpine plant communities are common at the higher altitude. Moreover, the rare endangered inhabitants such as red panda, snow leopard, musk deer and Himalayan thar among many other animals are the charms of Everest Trekking.
Everest Trekking offers travellers with opportunities to establish close contact with the Himalayas. Mount Fishtail Adventure recommends the true adventurer to set the Everest Trekking on the priority. The travellers may choose the shortest 5-day trip to at least a month in the Everest region.