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Top 2 Trending Trekking Route in Everest Region

Posted on the 02 September 2019 by Pursso1 @pursso123
Top 2 trending Trekking route in Everest Region
1. Everest Base Camp TrekConquering the height of the mountain. Everest may not be possible for everyone; However, walking to your base camp can be an epic adventure. The WALK, from Lukla to Everest base camp, is not about what to explore, but how much you can explore. This small world of mountains offers splendid views of the mountains, including Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Makalu, and Cho Oyu, proud and tall; diversity of flora and fauna in the Sagarmatha National Park and the unique culture, tradition, rituals and lifestyle of the Sherpas, only a few to name.
In addition, a well-developed trekking trail, which offers many accommodations and food facilities, the height of Kala Patthar and the unforgettable Sherpa hospitality make the Everest Base Camp trek a perfect getaway and a dream vacation for most avid hikers from all the world.
15 days Everest Base Camp trek is a standard package that guarantees the benefit of the full board (food and lodging) during the walk and bed and breakfast in Kathmandu in a standard 3 * hotel, English speaking guide, and a free map. This package also includes a day trip to the UNESCO World Heritage site in Kathmandu.
2. Pikey Peak TrekkingPikey Peak trekking (4068m) takes you to the lower Khumbu region, which offers incredible views of the many powerful peaks such as Everest (8848 m), Cho Oyu (8188m) and many others. This peak of Pike is named after the Sherpa Deity, which is why it is considered sacred. This Pike Peak Trekking is the best way to explore and witness the stunning scenes of the Himalayas in a short period of time.
The Pikey Peak Trekking is short and full of fun that takes you to the top of the Pike Peak, which is 4068 m high above sea level. Our hike begins with a trip to Phaplu from the Kathmandu valley. We walk forward through several Sherpa villages with ancient monasteries followed by the largest hill in the Khumbu region, Pike Peak (4068 m). We can see the incredible mountain views standing on the impressive valley from the top of the peak. This walk can be done by all kinds of people, but we recommend good physical conditions. We experience the beautiful and unique Sherpa cultures. We can make a wonderful birdwatching since this place is home to a wide variety of local and migratory birds with beautiful natural vegetation. We walk through the lush forest off the beaten track with serene places enjoying everything we can. Book a trip with us to explore the beautiful landscapes that climb to the top making your vacation unforgettable with memories for a lifetime.
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