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Everest Group Trek

Everest Group Trek is one of the few great treks that this world has to offer. The cold lap of the Himalayas with the very warmth of your own friends/family. Couldn’t get any better. Can it? Dive deep into nature, find your true self, connect with your loved ones, and enjoy the moment. Sounds like a perfect trip for your next vacation. Everest Group Trek is not just about the mighty peak of Everest and its base camp. In addition, the Everest Trekking Region provides us with a glorious trekking destination where only the chosen ones can trek. Trekking on Everest also takes a lot of guts and hard work. But at the end of the day, the rewarding view and the experience are all worth every bit of sweat you drop.

What Everest Group Trek has to offer

The Everest Trekking has many magnificent things to shower you with. Not just talking about the great Himalayas and the experience. These few weeks of the trek have proven to be life-changing for some. What makes Everest Group Trek such a great one you may ask? The challenge it provides, the unpredictable climate, extreme temperature, the flora and fauna, and the harsh trail are what make Everest Trek worth it. At the end of the day, you are certain to sleep seeing a great view of the Himalayas and sunset. The friendly locals, their culture, and their hospitality will leave you stunned. This trek has multiple great highlights, not just the base camp. You also get a glimpse of other 8000m peaks such as Mt. Everest (8,848m), Mt. Lhotse (8,516m), Mt. Makalu (8,470 m), and Mt. Cho-Oyu (8,201 m).

As cool as this trek sounds, you must know several factors before trekking this mysterious land. Everest Group Trek being at such an altitude carries a great risk. Mountain Altitude Sickness is one of the major problems many encounters. By no means this is an easy trek, so do your homework and prepare for every encounter that may take place. Experts recommend getting a trekking agency while trekking these lands. As the risk factor is high.

The Best Season To Everest Trek 

The high altitude at which Everest settles makes it the most challenging trek. Also, Everest is covered with snow almost every time of the year. Moreover, pack up warm clothes and your medications. The weather around the Himalayas is unpredictable which contributes to another risk factor. March, April, May, and September, October, November till the 2nd week of December is the best time to Trek to Everest Base Camp.

How to get to Everest Trek and how long will be? 

Everest Base Camp Trek about 14-15 days including your arrival and departure date in Kathmandu. but sometimes can take longer in case of bad weather, landslides, flight delay, any technical problem, etc.

You will land at (TIA) Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu Nepal. Stay overnight in Kathmandu, Next day flight to Lukla which is approx. 45 minutes flight. from Lukla start to walk day by day. which is 130km, round trip Lukla Everest Base Camp Lukla.

Everest Group Trek Equipment  

While trekking to Everest Base Camp you need to have great trekking equipment, Which is comfortable light trekking boots and warm clothes. If you can bring it from your home country or Europe, or America that is good quality compared to Nepal. here is the Link about Nepal Trekking Equipment.

Travel Insurance while Everest Trekking Nepal  

Travel insurance is very important, especially while trekking to high altitudes. Mountain Altitude sickness can affect anyone above 3000m. So make sure to have enough travel insurance to rescue in case emergency anything bad happens. There are many different travel insurance companies you can find on google. Wherever you travel we recommend you make strong travel insurance

A Good Trekking Agency While Everest Group Trek

Until now you must have got a little idea of how fun and dangerous it is to trek Everest. Now we provide you with a solution to trek, Everest, in a safe way. Getting yourself a trustable trekking agency may be your best bet when it comes to trekking in Nepal. A good local trekking agency such as Happyland Treks can be your guide during this trek. The experienced guides and experts will lead you greatly to tackle any obstacle that comes your way. Moreover, planning a great itinerary to make these few weeks the most efficient ones.

Many dreams of trekking this land, you will have success trip with proper decisions and an experienced guide and porter. enjoy the best moments of your life safely. Moreover, we will be glad to help you conquer this great Himalayas. Do let us know about your Nepal trip.

Everest Group Trek from Kathmandu to Kathmandu

Short Itinerary
1, Kathmandu to Lukla flight and trek to Phakding (2640m)
2, Trek Phakding to Namche Bazaar  (3440m)
3, Hike to Hotel Everest View (3880m)
4, Namche Bazaar to Tengboche (3868m)
5, Tengboceh to Dingboche (4410m)
6, Dingboche Acclimizatation Day, walking a few hundred meters and resting.
7, Dingboche to Lobuche (4900m)
8, Lobuche to Gorakshep and Everest Base Camp (5364m)
9, Early morning hike to Kala Patthar 5550m) back to Gorakshep, breakfast, and trek to Somare or Pangboche. (3900m)
10, Pangboche to Jorsale (2740m)
11, Jorsale to Lukla (2640m)
12, Lukla to Kathmandu by domestic flight.

Traveling with a group is one of the great experiences as well. many people are looking for group tours and travel and they love it. as usual more fun and experience and sharing the travel experience while trekking together. Learning, chatting, sharing previous travel experiences, etc. Let’s travel and experience the world’s highest mountains with a local Sherpa guide and porters. The guides and Sherpa porters have years and years of experience in the Himalayan mountains in Nepal.

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