Everest Base Camp Trek:
The Sagarmatha National park is located in the North-Eastern Himalayan region of Nepal. According to UNESCO “THE Sagarmatha National park is an exceptional area with dramatic Mountains glaciers and deep valleys dominated by Mount Everest, the highest peak in the world (8848m) several rare species such as snow leopard and Red panda are found in the park the presence of Sherpa with their unique culture add further interest to the site”
During the autumn month of October and November, the weather is pleasant but much at night. During winter month from December through February the weather is very cold and at daytime temperatures don’t exceed 5degree. During spring the days are warm. From June through September monsoon rains make travel difficult. The best time to visit the park is autumn (October -November) and spring March to May
Flora and Fauna:
The park represents eight ecosystems in the High Himalaya ranging from juniper forest in the valleys to the alpine area with glaciers, snow, and rocks, the forests consist of blue pine birch rhododendron and fir, etc, of 160 vascular plants that have been recorded 21 are endemic species park is home to the “Red panda ” snow leopard Musk deer Himalayan Thar Marten Himalayan mouse(pika) and over 208 species of birds including the Impeyan pheasant snow cock Blood pheasant, Red-billed cough lammergeyer, etc. .the current faunal checklists include 33 mammals 5 hereto and 1 species of fish:
Area of interest:
Along with the highest peak mount Everest the park offers an incredible view of Himalayan peaks such as Lhotse (8516m) Nuptse (7861m) Cho-Oyu(8201m) Thamserku(6623m) Island peak(6189m).vibrant with the sound of Riverside wind features like lakes glaciers, forests and pastures are mesmerizing and thrilling. Over 60 settlements add a human dimension to the park
Trekking within the park in the alpine reaps is thrilling to experience. The trek from Namche to Kala Patthar is one of the most popular. The Gokyo lake and chucking Valley also present spectacular views of the trekker. Thame Valley is popular for sherpas culture while Phortse is famous for wildlife viewing. The famous Tengboche and other monasteries (Thame Khumjung and Pangboche) are common gathering ground for spectacular festivals like Dumje and mani Rimdu.
Highlighted of some places to visit
Lukla is a modest community in the Khumbu Pasanglhamu country region of the Solukhumbu District in the Province No. 1 as per the new Nepali Constitution 2072. What’s more, it is the of north-eastern Nepal. Arranged at 2,860 meters, it is a well-known spot for guests to the Himalayas close to Mount Everest
Mostly trekkers depart from Kathmandu to Lukla or Ramechep to Lukla and trek to Everest. The reason so individuals called likewise gateway to Everest, From Lukla, your excursion of Everest trek will begin so in this town you can get everything’s what is fundamental for your trekking, similar to allow, trekking apparatus and still trade cash also. after completing the trek individuals celebrate last trekking party too in this town and the next morning took a flight and back to Kathmandu.
Namche is a very famous place like cities there is everything bar restaurant cafe and that places famous for the museum and Everest’s view and visitors should acclimatize there Namche Bazaar (3,500 m) is the staging point for expeditions to Everest and other Himalayan peaks in the area. It has developed into a small, colorful market town selling everything from Tibetan artifacts to Trekking and climbing equipment and everything you might need during your trip. The visitor center at park headquarters has detailed information on various climbs in the area, From Different. Mountaineering and expedition and information on the lifestyle and culture of the Sherpa people.
A historic trading hub, famous for its homemade yak cheese and butter, Namche is situated on the slope of an arch-shaped mountain, with amazing views of giant Himalayan peaks from anywhere in the valley. Once a major trading center of the Khumbu region, Sherpas from neighboring villages and traders from Tibet would gather to barter goods displaying exotic traditional arts and crafts. Despite its prosperity, Namche Bazaar still retains its ancient culture, traditions, and heart-warming hospitality.
Thame / Khumjung is very popular for Sherpas Village and its unique culture and the old monastery. Thame is the way to come from Tibet before the border will open. Khumjung is another village if you start to visit this village you can see beautiful mountain views like Mt Everest , Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Thamserku. in Khumjung you can see yeti museum and the monstery green village also
Tengboche Monastery is one of the most famous monasteries of Nepal, probably because of its unrivaled backdrop of Mt. Ama Dablam. The monastery is the leading Buddhist center in the Khumbu region with a residing Rinpoche who blesses. Pilgrims mountaineers and travelers passing through.
Every October, Tengboche Monastery hosts the colorful Mani Rimdu festival, which is a culmination of Buddhist celebrations with a religious gathering, songs, ritual dances, and enactments of the lives of legendary figures. Visitors are always welcomed to partake in the festivities and many trekkers book their trek to coincide with the festival. Tours of the monastery are conducted every afternoon for visitors. Tengboche lies on the very popular trek route to the Everest region.
Kalapathar and Base Camp:
Kalapathar is a very famous climbing mountain hill (Kala Patthar) Which is the best viewpoint to encounter. closed view of mt. Everest including more than 20 other Himalayan peaks with the best sunrise and sunset view. Due to the structure of the Everest massif, its high summit is blocked by Mt. Nuptse, and in front mt. Pumori. So people have an unlimited demand but most people want to see mt Everest or them feet to touch there, these 2 weeks’ trek main focused is to get base camp and touch mt Everest from there heartbeat.
Depending upon the level of adventure and interest visitor can go for trekking, climbing, nature hike bird watching, Sherpa village walks and attend culture programmer, etc
The easiest and convenient way to reach the park is by flying to Lukla and walk for two days to reach Namche Bazer or called headquarters of Khumbu reason. after trekking to Tengboche, you can see the old monastery, in this monastery, every evening monks can pry so you can join there.