Everest Region Trekking is the second most popular trekking area in Nepal. It would probably be the most popular destination, but it is more expensive and difficult to get to Solukhmbu than to the Annapurna. To get Everest, you must either walk for a week or fly to Lukla, a remote mountain airstrip where flights are notoriously unreliable. Solukhumbu justifiably famous, not only for its proximity to the world‘s highest mountain (8848m), but also for its Sherpa villages and monasteries. The nominal goal of an Everest trek is the Everest Base Camp at an elevation of about 5340m. You cannot see Everest from the base camp, so most trekking groups only climb Kalapatthar, where a dramatic view of Everest is accessible. While trek to less ambitions destination such and Namchebazzar, the administrative head –quarters of the Khumbu region, Khumjung or Thame, which are more typical Sherpa villages or Tengboche monastery, from Tengboche you will vibe an excellent view of Everest and its more spectacular neighbor Ama Dablam (6856m).
After an seven or eight hour scenic drive from Kathmandu to Jiri, our trek begins from Jiri in morning, by passing through the lower parts of Everest region that are relatively undeveloped compared to the northern side of the district around Namche Bazaar. This enables trekkers to experience many traditional aspects of culture and local people. The trail passes through numerous villages of different ethnic groups including Jirel, Tamang, Rai, Brahmin, Chettri and Sherpa. Walking along this trek involves many ascend and descend with the trail being well serviced with tea houses and good campsites in most of the villages. This trail covers with villager’s people local life style, natural beautiful panoramic view of mountains, greenery hills, wildlife as well as culture and festivals of different ethnic group people.