Everest Region Trek
The most well-known trekking region in Nepal is the Khumbu Region, popularly referred to as the Everest Region. Trek's popularity is mostly credited to well-planned routes, excellent lodges, a broad variety of mouthwatering cuisine, Sherpa and their culture, and so on. The majority of the trails will take you up to 5000 meters, when altitude sickness symptoms may manifest. But it is feasible if you plan enough acclimatization day and don't rush through the stunning landscape of the Everest Region when you hike there. The Everest region offers a variety of trekking possibilities through Namche Bazaar, often known as the Gateway to Everest.
You may visit the historic Tengboche Monastery as part of the Everest Base Camp Trek, which carries you to the base of Mount Everest. Another point of interest in this package is Kala Patthar, where you may get a magnificent glimpse of the majestic Everest and other peaks when the sun's lovely rays touch them.
The Everest Three Passes Trek is a strenuous hike that takes you across the three high passes named Renjo La, Cho La, and Kongma La, each of which provides a breathtaking perspective of the Khumbu Himalayas.
Gokyo Lake, one of the highest freshwater lakes in the world and named after Gokyo Ri peak, is accessible through the Gokyo Trek. Even while the lake is stunning on its own, the setting is even more magnificent when the reflection of the adjacent mountains is visible. 19 lakes make up the Gokyo lake system, which covers 485 acres and is located between 4,600 and 5,100 meters above sea level. The lake is located at the beginning of the Dudh Kosi, which flows from Cho Oyu.
Short Everest View Trek and Rapid Everest Base Camp Trek, which cover the regions close to Namche that feature breathtaking vistas of the enormous Everest, are possibilities for those who do not want to trek for a long time but yet want to behold its majesty. Everest Base Camp Trek Heli Out and Luxury Everest Base Camp with Helicopter Return are two more choices provided by Green Valley Nepal.