The Everest region is truly the perfect region for the walking holidays in Nepal. The upper part of this region, where the trek leads is also known as the Khumbu region. It is dominated by the peaks included in the 14 highest peaks in the world. Mt. Everest (8848 meters) and Lhotse are among them. The paradise for trekking, Everest region has numerous walking destinations; the most admired treks in Nepal- Everest base camp trek along with Everest Gokyo Cho La Pass Trek, Everest three high passes trekking, Everest view trek, Salleri to Everest base camp trek and Jiri to Everest base camp trekking indicate the multiple Everest trekking packages in a single region. You stroll throughout the alpine forests of the Sagarmatha National Park, which is rich in diverse flora and fauna.
The hidden Sherpa valleys, culture and heritage sites, festivals and celebrations, remarkable hospitality and the social scenario are the dimensional characteristics of the Everest walking holidays. Sherpa people are the world's renowned Himalayan leaders and they have settled down in the heart of the Himalayan region and some of the parts are about 5000 meters. They are innocent and heartily welcome guests with hospitable services. While you are doing the trek in Everest, you can experience all those things and explore their eye catching cultural diversities. People in Khumbu region are heavily influenced by the Tibetan Buddhism. Throughout the trekking trails of Everest, there are monasteries, Chhortens and Mani walls. In Thame monastery and Tengbuche monastery, a big Mani Rimdu festival held in which people from different corners of the world want to go for the Everest trek.
If you are planning to go for the walking in Everest region, Nepal Kameleon Holidays offer you the best trekking packages with experienced guides and porters along with highly suitable trekking itinerary.
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