Everest trekking is justifiable the most famous of all trekking and mountain region in Nepal Himalaya. Trek to Mount Everest bestows a wide array of trekking options ranging from the EBC trek which has been enlisted as one of the ten best trios in the world to trekking in remote semi-wilderness area. Tremendous trekking at Everest trail having highest altitude with breath taking mountain scenery, view of panoramic Himalayan peaks and of course top of the world Mt. Everest and other beautiful mountains, monasteries which is Legendary Sherpa’s spiritual perspective on the mountains they call home. The top of the world’s mountain base camp is at 17590 feet height after the passing through Sagarmatha National Park headquarter, densely forest along with the village and valley of the Dudh Koshi River.
Himalayan Smile trek is lead Everest trekking by expert and veteran native trekking guides who knows the area very well providing full information of the Sherpa culture and custom which is similar to Tibetan Buddhist religion and its way of life as it was for many past centuries. Around Everest region our trekking itinerary are flexible with enough days for acclimatization before heading higher elevation.
Everest trekking is depends entirely on the route that you have chosen. On the main trekking trails to Base Camp or the route to the pristine Gokyo valley a tea house trek is perfectly possible and the easier choice. The trail in from Jiri is also endowed with many conveniently located tea houses although generally not of such high standards as those to the north. Other trekking routes will however, almost certainly require camping gear which means organizing trekking staff and equipment.
Everest region trekking trail, walk through the local village way to the Everest base camp on the route. The Sherpa’s people are very friendly and warm welcome to you in every village. The Everest area landscape is rugged terrain with deep gorges, glaciers and huge rocks. It is an area of grate natural beauty – home to Himalayan Thars, musk deer and Nepal’s national bird, the brightly colored Impeyan Pheasants, Blood pheasant, Red-billed chough and the Yellow-billed chough, friendliness of its inhabitants of the Sherpa’s and ancient Buddhist monasteries. The vegetation in the Everest National park is Pine, Hemlock, Fir, Juniper, Birch, Rhododendron and shrubs. After 4000 m the Vegetation are changes to alpine plants then to bare rock and snow. In March and April other attraction of this region is rhododendrons blooms and splash colors in magical mountains and all add up to make this Everest trekking an irresistible tourist destination. That is why top of the world highest Mountain Mt. Everest(8848m) which is most thrilling and adventure trail in the world.
Trekking with Himalayan Smile Treks & adventures Since I was a child I had a dream of once going to the mighty Sagarmatha. When I was medical student I missed an opportunity, but now at 55 I grasped my chances. Finding trekking companies for the Solukhumbu is not difficult. But a good one, I found only by studying well the different websites, testimonials and even contacting TAAN. Himalayan Smile treks was a big hit, for sure. From the preparative contacts to a warm welcome arriving in KTM. Mr. Suman is a young trekking entrepreneur, who knows his world, has nearly familiar and very friendly contact with his clients, which become friends of him. I can assure you that.
His guides have the same spirit. Michael, my guide, was as a brother for me. He learned me to know better his beautiful country with its friendly people. He has his heart on the right spot, like we say in Europe. Our “social” discussions at the dinner table were nice endings of fruitfull trekking days. When at an evening in Lobuche AMS lurked a little bit around the corner, Micheal was there with his garlic soup, so I could proceed my way.
Seeing Everest from almost 6000m, was the climax of this sunny and splendid week, full of emotions, I will never forget. Like the real expeditions, we stayed too long at our secret viewpoint. So we had to do nightwork (with headlamps), to be back at time in Lukla, very exciting.
Back in KTM, Suman personally offered me a nice sightseeing tour through KTM en Bhaktapur.
To say goodbye to my friends Suman and Michael at the end was not simple, but occasionally of a short time. Because of a Indian visa problem I had to stay one day longer in KTM. I called the only person I knew in KTM, Suman. What he did that day was top-level service (he arranged everything for my: new VISA, he gave me a extra KTM tour, a fantastic hotel at a fairly good price, etc…).
If I come back for another trekking, surely it’s with Himalayan Smile treks, they are simply the best!!!Dr Lou Smout, Belgium