George Leigh Mallory stated that the reason he wanted to climb Mount Everest in the 1920s was “because it is there.” It still serves as a perfectly appropriate answer to the issue of why hundreds of trekkers chose to travel through the Solu Khumbu to the foot of the highest peak in the world over a century later.
Among the hundreds of beguilingly gorgeous mountains that side valleys home to people whose hospitality is revered globally, Everest is merely the most well-known peak. There is no reason not to travel to this country of superlatives.
Whether you refer to it as Mount Everest, Sagarmatha, or Chomolungma (Mother Goddess of the World), it is the ultimate goal for everyone who has ever dreamed of climbing a mountain. It makes sense why this trek has grown to be the most well-known in the Himalayas.
since it is present.
You may travel to Everest in luxury or on a tight budget with Nepal Everest Holidays. If you want to avoid the throng, think about hiking via Tibet to the North Face. The Rongbuk base camp, at 5182 meters, is now accessible by road. If adequately acclimatized, you can even go on to Advanced Base Camp at 6492m.
Or, if you long for the great outdoors, join us on the East or Kangshung Face, the least traveled and most difficult route of all. You spend the majority of your time above 4000 meters and cross the Karo La pass at 5300 meters while camping in remote, wildflower-filled alpine meadows away from any crowds. You stop at holy lakes, glaciers, monasteries, and historic forts along the trip.
You get views of Makalu, Lhotse, and a variety of other notable peaks in addition to seeing Everest and its South Col from a unique vantage point, ensuring an outstanding experience.