At the conclusion of our stay in Kathmandu we will board a twin-otter for the short flight to Lukla (2,850mts) then commence the walk in to our mission. Our mode of travel will be based on the tea house style of trekking where the trekking group is free to wander at its leisure between the numerous Sherpa villages which dot the route as well as being a more traditionally serviced trip. The trek will pause at these village centers for meals and overnight rests while transiting to and from various mountain Base camps and peaks. From Namche Bazaar via Thame Renjo pass (5435m) reached at beautiful lake of Gokyo. In Gokyo there is five lakes all are very beautiful. This trek is understandably one of the most popular and spectacular destinations for walkers and it offer some of the most fascinating and enjoyable trekking. Other attractions include the spectacular scenery of the Himalayan ranges and the Sherpa culture.
Everest is known as roof of the world. The Everest region is understandably one of the most popular and spectacular destinations for trekkers and mountaineers as it offers challenging and enjoyable adventures and some of the most picturesque scenery of highest mountains in the world. This trek begins with a dramatic scenic flight to Lukla. The trek starts downhill to the Dudh Koshi River following many local villages on route with beautiful views of the high snow capped peaks and through the region called the land of Sherpa. This trek includes all the highlights of the Sagarmatha National Park including Namche Bazaar known as main gate of Khumbu region also called Khumbus Sherpa capital. You can also visit Gokyo valley with its five glacier lakes and climb Gokyo peak(5400m) to see spectacular mountain views including 4 mountains over 8000m in height. You can also explore the Buddhist religion and culture, hidden Yeti legends, meet friendly sherpa people and see rare Himalayan wildlife.