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Everest trekking is one of the most thrilling experiences anyone wants to have in their life. It is much more than just hiking and traveling. Everest trek is one of the life-changing events that you will forever cherish. Reaching the highest peak of the world Mt. Everest (8848m) is like a dream come true.

So talking more about it, the Everest region is located in the Northeastern province of Nepal. Everest region is a different thing on its own. Snow cliffs all around, vast glaciers, icefalls, shining mountains, different landforms with people having their lifestyle enjoying their fullest is just astonishing.

How to get to the mountain region?

The journey to Everest base camp starts with the most exciting and fascinating flight to Lukla from Kathmandu. The flight is itself so full of spirit which then is associated with the trekking to the Everest part. However, there’s another way if you want your trekking to belong. You can start from Jiri walking through the mid-hills of Solu enjoying the diverse flora and fauna our country Nepal. Taking a flight is cool but if you want a taste of natural beauty the Jiri trail is just for you. You get to experience the footsteps of Tenzing and Hillary along with natural acclimatization on your way up.

You have to walk across the Sherpa village to reach your dream destination, you get a mix of both spiritual and cultural experiencing with a chance to test your physical strength. Walking via Jiri will add 10 -11 days to your trek to Namche bazaar(3500m). You get to accompany Sagarmatha national park (a rarest biodiverse one) where the Everest lies.

Even though Sagarmatha national park has been enlisted in the world heritage list and has the highest mountains like Everest, Cho Oyu, and Lhotse among other countless peaks above 6000m. Everest base camp “the top of the world” is still the best attraction for tourists from all over the world. Trekkers from all across the world I bet think of Everest trekking once in their life. And this remains in the bucket list of every nature lover out there.

The Everest region of Nepal is just not a showoff to the mountains and higher Himalayas but also to the most endangered species you see on your way to here, all the diverse flora and fauna, all the diverse landforms and climatic conditions, all the diverse people and their uniqueness too.

What should you remember before planning for this trek?

Everest trek is undoubtedly the best trekking experience everyone wants in their life but before you plan for this make sure you schedule your time to the fullest, you take somebody as an Everest guide to make sure you do not miss anything important on your way.

Make sure to pack your bags with all the important kinds of stuff you may need and all the good quality trekking equipment and most importantly choose the best season that makes it less crowded and more beautiful.

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