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9 Incredible Reasons To Do The Mount Everest Base Camp Trek

Mount Everest Base Camp Trek in Nepal

Mount Everest Base Camp Trek has never failed to stir the soul of hikers worldwide. Mount Everest Base Camp Trek in Nepal is a combined beauty of the Himalayas and other splendors and it is probably the most popular trekking route among adventure lovers.

While for some Mount Everest Base Camp Trek in Nepal is a rite of passage, for others EBC trek is the ladder to the soaring roof of the world. Besides, these are the top 9 reasons why a trek to Mount Everest Base Camp in Nepal should be on your bucket list in 2023. 

9 Great Reasons to Choose Mount Everest Base Camp Trek

  1. Lukla Flight

Lukla Airport aka Tenzing Hillary Airport is considered the most enthralled airport on the earth – it’s an extremely small and busy airport in Nepal. Its runway is only 1,500 feet long and 65 feet wide. At one end, there is a wall and on the other end, there is a deep valley. Situated at an elevation of 2,860m (9,830ft) above sea level, Lukla Airport is perched between mountains and is regarded as the most dangerous airport in the world. As you take the thrilling Lukla flight, you get awe-inspiring views of mountains.

During EBC trekking season in Nepal, flights at Lukla airport take place on the basis of the condition of the weather and if the weather is not good, you have no option but to wait until the weather gets clear.

  1. Sherpa Culture and Lifestyle

With 125 different ethnic groups, Nepal is rich in cultural diversity. During your EBC trek in Nepal, you will encounter Sherpa culture which is one of the oldest and most unique cultures in Nepal. They reflect amazing and incredible festivals and customs. Sherpas are great devotees of Buddhism and they are the first mountaineers with strong mountaineering abilities.

Everyone pays respect to the Sherpa culture. They have established chortens, gompas, or monasteries at every stops. You will find mane walls, prayer flags, and prayer wheels everywhere during your trek to Mount Everest Base Camp in Nepal. Away from the modernization of the cities, the naturally blessed Sherpa region remains intact. EBC trek in Nepal allows you to immerse in the Sherpa culture as it’s basically a spiritual walk.

  1. Sagarmatha National Park

Most of the Mount Everest Base Camp trekking in Nepal covers the boundary of Sagarmatha National Park. It’s a world heritage site home to Himalayan flora and fauna. Sagarmatha National Park habitats birch, blue pines, oak, silver fir, juniper, firs, bamboo and rhododendron. As for the animals, SNP consists of musk deer, Himalayan black bear, snow leopard, wolf, ghoral/goral, and red panda. There are at least 118 species of birds in Sagarmatha National Park. Deep canyons, massive rocks, and Himalayan glaciers are some of the major attractions of this national park.

  1. Sunrise View From Kala Patthar

Situated at 5545m, Kalapattar is the highest point of Mount Everest Base Camp Trek in Nepal. It is a fantastic glacial walk to the EBC trek and offers the best view of Mt. Everest. Kala Patthar is the best viewpoint to have magnificent views of sunrise, sunset and panoramic views. 

Trekkers take an early morning hike to reach the summit before sunrise and see the best sunrise view from Kala Patthar. Standing atop Kala Patthar, you can see mesmerizing sunrise over Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, Ama Dablam, and Cho Oyu, and the entire Everest sanctuary. The daytime or late afternoon is not recommended to visit Kala Patthar as the hazy surrounding and cloudy atmosphere obstruct the views in the late afternoons.

  1. Tengboche Monastery

Mount Everest Base Camp trek in Nepal is not only an adventurous journey but a spiritual journey as well. Tengboche Monastery, also known as Dawa Choling Gompa, is one of the most eminent and esteemed spiritual symbolisms of your EBC journey. Situated at the elevation of 3820m above sea level, the Tengboche Monastery is a popular stop during your upward hike. As you visit the monastery, you will come across long and high mane walls, large alleys, fluttering prayer flags in different colors, and the monks meditating.

  1. Namche Bazaar

Namche Bazaar is the most popular tourist hub in the Everest region. Shrouded by majestic mountains at an elevation of 3,440m, Namche Bazaar is a colorful market town full of shops, lodges, pub, and hotels. One can get everything from artifacts to climbing gear and other equipment at Namche Bazaar. It is the hometown to Sherpas who are praised for their mountaineering skill and adaptation to the high altitude. It is a popular stop-point for acclimatizing.

  1. Gokyo Ri/Gokyo Peak

Gyoko Ri is one of the highest peaks you can visit during your EBC trek in Nepal. Situated at an elevation of 5,357m above sea level, Gokyo Ri is one of the most visited trek sites. It offers you a stunning view of mountains including the four highest mountains Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, and Cho Oyu – along with lakes and glaciers. Gokyo is perfect for introverts who want to avoid staying in crowded places.

  1. Gokyo Lake

Gokyo lake is one of the most famous destinations among trekkers in Nepal. Every year, more than 7,000 tourist visit Gokyo lake. Lies at an elevation of 4,790m, Gokyo lake is a two-day uphill walk from Namche Bazaar. The lake carries some religious significance too as Hindus and Buddhists consider it a sacred lake where Snake God resides. Due to these traditional beliefs Natural wildlife and birds are protected in the Everest region. One must visit Gokyo lake for the spectacular views during the Mount Everest Base Camp trek.

  1. Authentic Foods

Food is a must to provide energy while trekking in Nepal for a long day. You must avoid heavy foods but instead, you can have easy-to-digest “Dal Bhat,” the national dish of Nepal. “Dal Bhat” is Nepalese food that consists of rice, curry, lentils, chicken soup, pickles, salads, ghee, and more. It is rich in carbohydrates, proteins, vitamins, and minerals which are essential during the Mount Everest Base Camp trek in Nepal. Throughout the trek, you also get opportunities to taste local cuisines.
Last but not least, Mount Everest Base Camp Trek in Nepal is full of exciting, surprising and adventurous activities. It is a trek of a lifetime for novice mountaineers. Your mind will blow with joy and happiness as you trek further up to gaze from the roof of the world – you will come across the best sightings ever. EBC trek in Nepal has a plethora to offer. It provides you with a host of intriguing trip attractions en route.

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