Nepal a country surrounded by the highest mountains in the world is, of course, famous for Mt Everest and its trekking trails! As so trekking through the Everest Region has long been popular amongst mountaineers from around the globe. Having a good number of trekking routes the 5 best Everest trekking packages in Nepal are; the Everest Base Camp trek, the Three Pass EBC trek, and the Luxury Everest View Trek, the Everest view trek, and the Gokyo Lake trek. These 5 best Everest trekking packages in Nepal are all filled with adventure and incredible Himalayan views of the highest mountains in the world! Most of them have as their main highlight a visit to Everest Base Camp 5,364m/17,598ft residing at the famous Khumbu Glacier, the highest ice glacier in Nepal. While the Gokyo Lake trek focuses on a visit to the Gokyo Valley via the Ngozumpa glacier the largest in Nepal and its 19 lakes this trek in the western Everest region is said to be one of the most scenic treks. The Three Pass EBC trek is then a complete package trekking around the Everest region and crossing three high altitude passes! As for the two Everest view treks they focus on views of Mt Everest and provide a short trekking experience. Choosing a trek best suited to you depends on several things such as duration, difficulty, and what you expect to achieve during the trek. So to make your choice easier a short description of all 5 best treks to see Mt Everest according to Royal Himalayan Holidays will be given below.
1. The Everest Base Camp trek2. The Gokyo Lake trek3. The Three Pass EBC trek4. The Everest View trek5. The Luxury Everest View trek
The Everest Base Camp trek
Known as the most famous trek in all of Nepal, the Everest Base Camp trek of 17 days is one of Royal Himalayan Holidays’ most favorite treks. Trekking from Lukla to Everest Base Camp and back allows you to head closer and closer to Mt Everest while visiting local Sherpa villages. This trek is considered moderate and holds 2 acclimatization days to get used to the high altitude and to prevent AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness). While Royal Himalayan Holidays’ Everest Base Camp trek can be done by novice trekkers it requires a lot of stamina and endurance. Interesting is that the trek starts through lush forests and jungles and as you reach higher and further the terrain transfers into barren Himalayan wastelands filled with tundra trails and giant mountain peaks.