Mt. Everest, also known as Sagarmatha has become of the Nepal's premier trekking destination. Situated in the mid-eastern region of Nepal, The Sagarmatha National Park was declared a World Heritage Site in 1979. The Everest region offers great varieties of trekking adventure from moderate to adventurous and challenging trek in the midst of the world's highest mountains. The world’s highest park comprises the chain of high mountains that offers spectacular views of mountain scenery in the world. The park with its rich flora and fauna is home to many species of wildlife including endangered animals such as Snow leopard, Musk deer, Red panda and Blue Sheep.
The Everest region, locally known as the 'Solu-Khumbu' is an impressive series of glacier-filled valleys above the main trading centre of Namche - the Sherpa Capital. To the East, lies the main trail route to Everest Base Camp, the viewpoint of Kala Patthar 5545m, Chukhung Valley that leads to Amphu Laptsa and the popular trekking of Island Peak. In the Centre, is the fascinating Gokyo Valley which contains series of crystal clear glacial lakes beneath the bulk of Mt. Cho-Oyu 8201m, the magnificent views of Gokyo Ri 5483m and Ngozumba Glacier, and the crossing of well-known Cho La Pass 5420m. To the West, is the less frequently visited Bhote Khosi Valley that leads to crossing of the famous Renjo La 5435m to Thame.
The Everest Region Trekking is a lifetime opportunity to explore the spectacular mountain scenery in the world's high altitude. The Everest region offers crossing of spectacular passes well recognized throughout the world. Moreover, the warm and welcoming Sherpa culture is an exceptional experience while trekking around the region.