‘Mount Everest’ the big daddy of all the mountains that stand erectly on this planet. This name ‘Mount Everest’ send shivers to your spine,boost your adrenaline and fills you up with thrill. So,it must be amazing to visit and experience it by yourself. Right? All those movies from ‘Vertical limits’ to the recent ‘Point Break’ lend you a very helping hand in deciding that adventure refreshes souls and opens the door to discover yourself. And when we talk about earth’s highest peaks ‘Mount Everest’ which are adoringly called as Sagarmāthā in Nepal and Chomolungma in Tibet then nothing on this planet is as comparable as experiencing these mighty mountains. The Everest Base Camp trekking should be in every mortal’s bucket list. Everest’s daunting summit soars so high that trek to the base camp is a thrilling experience one can ever have.
What to expect
The most heavenly experiences of the earth’s most spectacular mountain views are simply out of this world and this is what you should expect exactly when you pull your trekking pants on. Then the beauty of small little Nepalese villages where you can totally sip a cuppa tea with famous warriors ‘Sherpas’ and get to know a bit more about their traditions and culture would create memories for a lifetime. The Monasteries which talks about ‘Buddham Sharanam Gachami‘ and teaching this world a bit more about peace are total bliss. And did I mention there is nothing like eating cake in Namche Bazaar after the shopping which takes you directly to the medieval era? The trek to the Everest Base Camp is just not trekking but also a way to energise yourself, breathe in the fresh mountain air while knowing more about another culture and respecting the traditions which make Everest the protector of northern plains. Just not Trekking but it’s a challenge which helps you bowing down before mother nature with full devotion and pay her some tribute for her magnanimity. It’s a heritage tour too.
The Travel Plan
You just need to reach Kathmandu which is the capital city of Nepal and then take a flight to Lukla to begin with your 14 day sojourn which offer you the magnificent mountain views, the exciting trail of river ‘Dudh khosi’ and the glimpses of Tibetan culture. Then after five days you will enter Sagarmatha National Park and get the first glimpse of incredible Mount Everest Peaks.
Best Time To Visit
March to May
September to December
Though passionate people trek throughout the year but it’s pretty convenient and better if you travel during the favourable times. As winters can be pretty harsh.
Here comes the Saviour Mohji.com
No matter how beautiful and spiritual this trekking to the Everest Base Camp would be you can not deny the support of some experts who cater to all you needs during the trek to world’s highest mountain terrain and provide you some hassle free experience. So folks here comes the Asia’s largest adventure portal www.mojhi.com which have 15+ Everest Base camp trekking packages in Nepal offered by professional Trekking operators. Their website is super cool and they deliver all the quotes and pricing directly to your inbox and they have a live chat support too. You can easily compare all the top quotes and talk about your plans to trek to the Everest beforehand and get an instant support. Login to the website www.mojhi.com to get the detailed information.
- Make sure to prepare adequately and make a checklist for the packaging.
- Hiking boots,water bottle, warm clothes, UV sun-block, a raincoat, gloves, woolen hat, sunhat and polarized sunglasse etc are obligatory items.
- Don’t forget to pack all sort of recommended medicines, antibiotics and duct tapes.
- Though you will get blankets etc in the lodges but it’s advisable to carry your own sleeping bag.
- The locals are very friendly and understand english but try not to disrespect their culture and tradition.
- Hire a really good adventure support agency which help you create the life time memories.
Wish you very happy trekking and don’t forget to log onto Mojhi.com
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