A lifetime Adventure Trek to Everest Base Camp

A lifetime Adventure Trek to Everest Base Camp

Are you willing to get to the base camp of Mount Everest? If yes, let’s proceed on a dream adventure journey with an expert team. The finest adventure and fitting exciting trek where one can enjoy a lifetime adventure trek to Everest base camp Nepal. This trip will be a dream come true standing beneath the world’s tallest peak Mt. Everest base camp with the massive Nepalese Khumbu Himalayas. Everest has always been a premier adventure trip for all enthusiastic adventurers lovers, mountaineers, and normal trekkers alike.

Legendary Base Camp in the world EBC

Since the first conquest of Mt. Everest on May 29th, 1953 by Tenzing Norgay and Edmund Hillary, the flow of trekkers continued. To set foot on the base camp of Mt. Everest, to achieve a lifetime goal and adventure experience. Ever since Everest base camp trek has been more attention with keen interest from worldwide travelers and adventurer lovers. At present, it is one of the most popular adventures and preferred destinations in the Himalayas region of Nepal. Mt. Everest was known as Peak XV (15) earlier, then it was named Mount Everest in honor of George Everest. In Nepal called Sagarmatha, in Tibet / China the name is Chomolungma, which means ‘Mother Goddess of the World.

Various names for the world’s highest mountain Mt. Everest due to its awesome height and features. Which makes it one of the fascinating places to walk to the legendary base camp of Mt. Everest.

Where I can start A Lifetime Adventure Trek to Everest Base Camp?

There are various means and options to reach the Everest base camp. The early and original route is a walk from Jiri to Everest Base Camp walking trail as long days require to complete the trip. It required approximately less than 3 weeks through the Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trail. Likewise, this trail combined the Three High Passes Trek, Gokyo Lake, and other popular trekking peak climbing.

The shortest and swiftest alternative route is taking a flight from Kathmandu, of half-hour to land at Lukla airstrip. The airport is named after the late Tenzing Hillary, the first conqueror of Mt. Everest. From Lukla the shortest way to reach Everest base camp and complete the whole adventure in 10 to 15 days from Kathmandu.

The other option is on less frequented trails from Arun Valley to Everest base camp. A great walk ‘off the beaten tracks’ until the path joins near Lukla then on the main route to Everest base camp. Interested vigorous trekkers can take the option of challenging route walking from beautiful Rolwaling Valley. It’s one of the off-beaten and untouched alluring trekking trails in Nepal.

Rolwalling Valley Via Everest Base Camp

From Rolwaling Valley, involves crossing a high altitude Tashi-Lapcha pass of above 5, 600 m. Reaching the Everest region is an adventurous and most challenging and tough way to reach Everest base camp. Whichever routes are chosen, where all roads lead to Namche Bazaar, the main hub of Khumbu villagers as well as trekkers.

The best on this lifetime adventure trek to Everest base camp is exploring the authentic Sherpa villages, high landscapes, glaciers, and spectacular Khumbu Himalayas. Where trekkers can enjoy walking from one place to another in harmony of the local Sherpa Buddhist monasteries, rhododendron forest, and awesome mountains. As well as overlooking the beautiful scenery of rolling hills, deep valleys, and high snow peaks.

Sherpa Culture and various Glaciers around the Khumbu

The charm of the Lifetime Adventure trek to Everest Base Camp is the change of landscapes, along with biodiversity and vegetation. At the beginning of the trek where one can enjoy the walk along with serene pine and rhododendron woodland. As adventure progresses leads you to a harsh and arid country towards mountain wilderness. Getting close to remorseless fields of ice and glaciers to reach the main dream destination at Everest base camp.

The other main highlight of Lifetime Adventure to Everest Base Camp is visiting the world’s largest Khumbu glacier and thrilling panoramic views. The native of the Everest region is known as Highlanders of the Himalayas, as well as the pioneers of mountaineering and trekking guides. The fascinating culture and traditions are well interesting to explore its old colorful monasteries, interwoven with Tibetan Buddhism. The most famous monastery to visit is Tengboche, also spelled as Thyangboche and it’s one of the massive monasteries in the Everest region.

Vegetation and Snow-Capped Mountains

This trek offers a beautiful scenic spot amidst a lovely cool forest of tall rhododendrons, pines, firs, and birch, juniper tree lines. Enclosed by tall snow-capped peaks includes stunning views of Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Pumori, Thamserku, and majestic Ama Dablam. The monastery interior is worth a visit, steeped with ancient religious artifacts of tall idols of Buddha. Includes statues of other famous Buddhist Gurus and saints, and observes the young monks and priests in prayer activities.

A great biggest religious festival called ‘Mani Rimdu’ takes place at Tengboche and Panboche once a year. Which falls in the month of late October and November as per the Buddhist Lunar calendar, an interesting place to be. From Tengboche, the walk takes you beyond green lush vegetation and tree lines toward barren windswept terrain to Everest base camp. The other best thing about ‘The Lifetime Adventure trek to Everest Base Camp is spending overnights in the comfort of lovely lodges. Where trekkers can choose all types of accommodation from simple, basic moderate or standard to luxury lodges and inns.

Authentic Sherpa Villages and Buddist Monasteries

Throughout the trip, trekkers get an opportunity to explore the various Buddhist monasteries. Each Sherpa village has a massive historical monastery and there are worth of monasteries too. Along the trail, the Tengboche Monastery is one of the massive and attractive monasteries in the upper Khumbu. It’s lies in the Tengboche and you can visit the monastery you’re interested in. Trek from Lukla takes you to nice villages for overnight stops en route to Everest base camp and around the upper Khumbu valley. Like Phakding-Namche Bazaar-Tengboche, Pangboche, Dingboche, Lobuche, and Gorakshep as well as the last temporary settlement with the lodge at Gorakshep. Gorakshep is located at 5,180 m and it’s the highest tea house in the world.

It’s located in-between route to Everest base camp and towards the high Kalapathar rocky hill. From Lobuche spending, an overnight walk takes you to Gorakshep and then to Everest Base Camp (5364m). Stand beneath the world’s towering peaks of Lhotse, Everest, and close to the notorious Khumbu Ice-Fall with glaciers.

Unforgettable Adventure Experiences

Everest Base Camp is a most interesting place throughout the journey time of April and May. This is an exciting place full of rocks, moraine, and glaciers that will be filled with different national expedition camps. Achieving the goal at Everest base camp, the next adventure to the highest spot of the journey.

A trail is a strenuous climb to reach on top of Kalapathar at 5, 545 m high, offering breathtaking and sweeping mountain panorama views. Grand closest views of Mt. Everest and other adjoining peaks that surround you on top of Kalapathar. On completing the best of Everest highlights, an easy downhill journey to Lukla for an exciting flight back to Kathmandu. Concluding enjoyable and most spectacular moments on Lifetime Adventure to Everest Base Camp.

When is an ideal time for the hike to Everest Base Camp?

You can choose nearly all seasons of the year, except the monsoon times of heavy rain and wet months. The monsoon is very bad for walking along the trail and during the monsoon. Furthermore, Lukla’s flight would be very complicated due to the rain and cloudy. Even though the Everest Base Camp Trekking trail is linked to the popular Gokyo Lake Trek. It’s one of the best alternative destinations to embrace the unforgettable scenarios of Gokyo Lakes, Nagchugnma glacier, Mt Cho Oyu, and blissful Khumbu Himalayas Nepal.

Which is June to August is the most favorable season is spring from March to May. The other good times are autumn from mid-September to the end of December. Likewise, it can also trek in the winter times of December to mid-February. But the temperature will drop so you should be ready for bitter cold. We highly recommend the Everest Base Camp Trek from September to May and it would be a perfect time to hike or trek around the Himalayas of Nepal. Lastly, before hiking to Everest Base Camp find an ideal time, to judge your physical fitness level, prepare compulsory gear, and know about the trip’s difficulty.