Everest Base Camp Trek route first goes through the highlands of Solu before reaching the higher Khumbu region. The route passes through regions with great topographical and climatic differences, from the hot terai to the glacier world of Khumbu. In between lie the Siwalekh Hills and the Mahabharat Range with the Sun Koshi Valley. The hike continues through the Sagarmatha National Park. There are different people and cultures here. This region lives mainly from tourism. Solu lies at an average altitude of 2600 – 3400 m.
Everest Base Camp Trek, on the way from Lukla to Namche the vegetation alternates. The sherpa considers Khumbu as “Belyul” an area that Guru rinpoche designated a sanctified sanctuary for Buddhists in bad times. The best hiking season for Everest Base Camp trek is the month of October / November and March to May. The famous monastery of sherpas “Tengboche” is located in this region. Solu is also a center of sherpa cultural activities, e.g. the five-day DUMJI festival in April and the Mani rimdu festival in autumn.
Today you can drive on kodari road via lamosangu to jiri. Jiri 1900m. The hike begins with the ascent to a ridge 2400m. And the descent on the other side down to shivalaya. The path continues to Bhandar. You can also go from Bhandar to Thodung, here is a cheese factory built with swiss development aid. So similarly leads the way to the Everest base camp, through Lamjura pass, Taksindu la pass, etc.
From Salung you can see the first view of Mt. Everest and the other surrounding mountains. On the way, you will get a lot of different flora and fauna up to 3900m. From 4000m. Start the tree border and give less vegetation. Finally, you will arrive at Everest base camp, after a strenuous and adventurous hike through various passes, terraces, villages, etc. The Mt. Everest is called Chomolungma in the Tibetan language, as well as Nepali called Sagarmatha. Which means the head of Ocean.
- Most favorable spot to view the gigantic Mount Everest.
- Pristine view of neighboring mountains like Cho Oyu, Lhotse, and Makalu.
- The highlights of this trek are you will be able to see Buddhist Monasteries, Sherpa culture and suspension bridges that you will have to cross.
- Visit UNESCO heritage sites in Kathmandu before the final departure.
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