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Trekking tours in Everest region

Main season for trekking in Everest region from Australia are from Mid March to Mid May or from Mid September to Mid November, however, if you have to travel in June, July, August or in late November, December or January then we can develop a personalised itinerary in such way that it will minimise impact from the weather pattern and maximise your experience to the extend possible in given circumstance. Please note that June to August are mansoon season with heavy rain while December to February are winter months when you will find most of the Everest trekking region covered with thick snow.

 

Everest trekking tours and specialised packages from Australia designed by us are for peak season however we custom-design itineraries and carry out operations on-demand for off-seasons. Please contact us for any such needs.

 

Lets look at some interesting facts about trekking tours in Everest region of Nepal.
 

 

Mount Everest, a mountain in the central Himalayas, is located on the border of Nepal & Tibet. It is known locally in Nepalese as Sagarmatha, meaning Goddess of the Sky.

 

The Everest basecamp trek is the ultimate in Himalayan experience, taking you within awe-inspiring proximity of the world’s highest mountain.  Mt. Everest soars to a staggering height of 8,848metres and the Himalayan range stretch over approximately 2,414km in length. Trekking in the Everest region takes you to the core of the Himalayas and the best views of Mt. Everest are offered from Kala Pathar, Nepal. This is a rocky hill-face with an elevation of 5,545m. Sagarmatha National Park has been listed as a UNESCO Natural World Heritage site. It is located in the north-eastern region of Nepal and covers an area of 1,148m2.

 

FEATURES OF SAGARMATHA (MT. EVEREST) TREKKING

Amazing views of

  • mount Lhotse (8,516m), 4th tallest mountain in the world.
  • mount Cho Oyu (8,201m), 6th tallest mountain in the world.
  • mount Thamserku (6,623m)
  • mount Nuptse (7,816m)
  • mount Amadablam (6,812m), with its spectacular shape.
  • mount Pumori (7,161m)
  • Island Peak (6,189m), one of the most popular climbing peaks.
  • Activities can include; trekking, mountain climbing, bird watching, charted mountain flights, sky diving and cultural village walks.
  • Observation of the 8 ecosystems in the high Himalayas, ranging from the beautiful juniper forests in the valleys to the magnificent glaciers, snow & rock in the alpine areas. The park is home to the snow leopard, red panda, musk Deer, Himalayan Tahr, Himalayan Mouse Hare and over 208 species of birds. It is well known for the beautiful, towering rhododendrons on display, orchids and moss covered rocks.
  • Trekking within the park in the alpine Ares is a thrilling experience. The trek from Namche to Kala Pathar is one of the most popular. The Gokyo Lake and Chukung Valleys also present spectacular views to the trekkers. The Thame valley is popular for Sherpa culture while Phortse is famous for wildlife viewing.
  • While remote and untouched, the park offers the opportunity to witness true local life with the village settlements, monasteries such as Tengboche, Thame & Khumjung, and the community activities including eco clubs, forest nurseries, trail conservation, tree plantation & the micro-hydro power scheme.

 

INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT TREKKING IN EVEREST REGION

  • The oldest person to climb- Yuichiro Miura of Japan, aged 80 years.
  • The youngest person to climb- Temba Tsheri of Nepal, aged 15 years.

 

To Trek to anywhere in Everest Region the way you want,

             Please Call Us Now On 1300 660 226 or

             email: info@sherpatours.com.au

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