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Mount Everest (8848m), the Highest Mountain on the earth, Mt. Everest is called in Nepali Sagarmatha Himal it means "Head of Ocean" and for Everest Tibetan is called Mt. Qumolangma it means "Mother of the Earth.""Everest Base Camp" is a term that is used to describe two base camps, each on opposite sides of Mount Everest. South Base Camp is in Nepal at an altitude of 5,364 meters, and North Base Camp is in Tibet at 5,150 meters.

“Everest Base Camp” has been hailed “The path to glory” by pros and amateurs alike. This beautiful route to the highest peak of the world has stood out as a challenging task for centuries. It is one path that has challenged human ambition for years. It’s easy to understand how this trek attracts thousands of trekkers each year with it’s meandering trails and spectacular scenery, passing through traditional Sherpa villages where inhabitants live harmoniously with the natural world untouched by modern society. The “Everest Base Camp” trek is known as one of the most challenging yet most rewarding and fulfilling treks there is. Visitors have even called it a “Trekkers paradise”.

Everest base camp trekking are activities that can take place all year round. Everest is a characteristic Himalayan trek. As you take the Everest trail or when you are on the Everest trip, you will experience stunning views. The Everest trekking on the Khumbu region will usher you to the scenery of supreme peaks. The Everest base camp trekking trip leads you to your ultimate destination which is the Everest.

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