Top 5 Reasons to trek to Everest Base Camp | Attractions of EBC Trek

Everest Base Camp Trekking is one of the most popular as well trekked trekking destinations in the whole world, also a lifetime opportunity to see some of the most magnificent panoramic views. The Everest Base Camp Trekking follows the historic trails to the base camp of this world’s tallest mountain named Everest and also offers to visitor’s an unrivaled views of beautiful green forests, Sherpa villages etc. It is no doubt to say that the Everest Base Camp Trekking is a greatest trek in the whole land of the Himalayas.

Here are top 05 attractions of this Everest Base Camp Trek.

01. The trek offers you an amazing mountain flight to/from Lukla.

Lukla is the trekking starting point for this EBC trek. To be in Lukla you will have a Mountain flight from Kathmandu, this is an unforgettable flight, with amazing views of the Eastern Mountain range.

02. Offers a wonderful experience of Tea-house.

Mountain parts of Nepal are scattered with small villages, which offer warm tea houses/lodges accommodations during the trek. It is also a great way to trek, to connect with local people and meet other trekkers from around the world so making it a refreshing experience to you.

03. The local peoples [Sherpa].

Sherpa’s are known for their adept mountaineering skills and faithfulness, The Everest region is also the home of Sherpa’s, an ethnic group of Nepal that lives in the mountain areas. They are highly considered as expert mountaineers in their local environment. The trek also offers you to be familiar with the local Sherpa peoples and their culture & traditional.

04. Superb Mountain Views.

The spectacular landscape and the magnificent views of high mountains including the Mount Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Ama Dablam, Mt. Cho Oyu and other numerous rewards during the trekking. We can observe four of the world’s six tallest mountains during the trekking.

05. The Sagarmatha National Park.

Most of the part of this Everest region trekking is inside the boundary of Sagarmatha National Park, listed as a world heritage site this is home of diversity of Himalayan flora and fauna. It is home of birch, blue pines, juniper, bamboo and rhododendron including at least 118 species of other birds. We can found also musk deer, snow leopard, Himalayan black bear and red panda as well.


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