Trekking in the Everest Region
The Everest Region, located in the North east Nepal-China border, is home to a UNESCO World heritage site, the Sagarmatha National Park. The region consists of rugged landscape of high mountains including Mt. Everest (8848 m) and other popular peaks, glaciers, lakes, river valleys, world famous monasteries, settlement of Sherpas, exotic flora and fauna and many more. This region has been developed as one of the most popular tourism destinations mostly offering mountaineering and trekking. Everest region offers a wide range of trekking experiences. From the well-developed trail to Everest base camp to treks in remote semi-wilderness areas, there is a choice to suit all-corners. If it has been your dream to experience the top of the world, trekking itineraries below might be your ticket for high adventure. The experience is much more intensive when you follow the beat of your own drummer and hike up to the area.

Getting There:
Access to the Everest region can only be made by air or on foot. The quickest and easiest way to reach this region is by flight to Lukla at 2853m which is serviced by many daily flights from Kathmandu. Besides Lukla, Phaplu and Syangboche air strip services the region.

Permits and Fees: No special trekking permits are required to visit this area except climbing the trekking peaks but an entry fee is charged for access to Everest National Park. For treks to the east of main Everest trail an addition permit is required to enter Makalu-Barun National Park.
Trek Name Duration Grade  
Sherpa Village Trek
12 days
Everest Base Camp Trek
17 days
Gokyo Everest Base Camp Trek
22 days
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