Trekking in the Everest region rewards visitors with up-close, majestic views of the world's highest peaks. Amidst the towering Himalaya are scenic Sherpa villages and regal Buddhist monasteries. Mount Everest is located in the World Heritage Site of Sagarmatha National Park and is home to some of the most remote, rugged and beautiful destinations of the world. The Himalayan landscapes provide non-stop mountain views.
If you have your heart set on the highest summits of the planet then Everest Trekking is for you! Trekking here is a blend of adventure with cultural discovery amongst the world's highest peaks. This world-famous trekking area is home to the route to Everest Base Camp taken by Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay when Mount Everest was summited for the first time in 1953. Everest Base Camp is the closest point to the world's highest mountain without being a climber and offers direct views of the legendary Khumbu Icefall.
Everest Trekking is made all the more enjoyable by the welcoming Sherpa people who make their homes in the region. They are renowned for their climbing achievements, and you will have a chance to experience this Sherpa homeland and their Buddhist culture with several majestic monasteries near the remote villages.
Namche Bazaar is our gateway to the Khumbu Region. The settlement is located on a plateau overlooking the valley with astounding views of the surrounding mountains. Namche is the base for treks deeper into the Everest region. In the area surrounding Namche are traditional villages of Kunde and Khumjung where Hillary's trust has set up a school and hospital.
Our Everest Treks includes regular departure dates from Kathmandu and custom journeys can be organized to fit your own convenient schedule. There are numerous options for more exploration in the Everest area if you would like to extend your travels here.