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The Greatest outdoor adventure

Mt Everest , the roof of the world is situated in eastern Nepal bordering Chinese occupation state Tibet, The beauty of the Himalayan range and the world' longest glacier are the highlights of the Area.
Normally the area lies in alpine region so that the visitor needs to have some experience of previous walking. Feature of journey include Visit of Sherpa village, the brave Sherpa those are famous of climbing and taking people over the Mountaintop are equally friendly people. The famous SAGAR-MATHA NATIONAL PARK, listed in the WORLD NATURE HERITAGE SITE by UNESCO making the surrounding area more attractive looks. The most remarkable place is Namchhe Bazaar , which is located an altitude of 3500m, which can be reached quit easily by taking 45 minute flight that passes through the Himalayan chain to Lukla then 2 days through the highland Sherpa settlement. Namchha Bazaar is Gate Way to EVEREST BASE CAMP, a gathering place of all the climbers, trekkers and the bag packers.
Another attraction close to Namchhe is Khumjumg Valley ; Khumjung valley is the home of many Mount Everest summiteers and the fertile land. You will be able to experience the extra ordinary cultures of the brave Sherpa climbers who have conquered the Everest for decades. Hillary school, established by Sir Edmond Hillary (The first hero to conquer the Mt Everest), is also located in Khumjung valley; the altitude here gets 3900m from the sea level.
It takes 14 days to complete the Everest base Camp Trek, taking fly in and out from Kathmandu to Lukla. Everest Base camp brings you to the altitude of 5545m above sea level. If any one is interested in these adventurous Treks, feel free to contact me at the address below.
Related Itinerary
Day 01 Kathmandu To Lukla- Phakding (Flight included 45 minutes
Day 02 Phakding To Namchhe Bazaar (3400 meter) Everest view
Day 03 Namchhe Rest Namchhe (Acclimatize)
Day 04 Namchhe To Thybonche (3900m)
Day 05 Thybonche To Dinbonche (4200m)
Day 06 Dinbonche To Chhukum (4hrs, 46oom)
Day 07 Chhukum To Lobuche (6 hrs, 4800m)
Day 08 Lobuche To Gore-she (4 hrs, 5100m)
Day 09 Gore-she To Everest Base Camp (4hrs, 5545 m)
Day 10 Gore-she To Kalapatthar (4hrs, 5545m,view point)
Day 11 Gore-she To Phereche (5 hrs, 4200m)
Day 12 Phereche To Thybonche (5hrs, 3700m)
Day 13 Thybonche To Khumjung (5hrs, 3900m)
Day 14 Khumjung To Phakding (6hrs, 2700m)
Day 15 Phakding To Lukla (4hrs)
Day 16 Lukla To Kathmandu (45 minute Flight)

written by
Bijaya
email: info@botanicaltreks.com
web: www.botanicaltreks.com

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