What is Everest Region Trek

Updated on April 24, 2024

There are multiple reasons which make Everest Region Trekking more fascinating and colourful. Regulus defines Everest Region Trekking as a single trekking destination where trekkers are exposed with various dimensions of this Himalayan nation from towering mountains to beautiful landscapes and typical Buddhist culture to unique lifestyle of local inhabitants.

The trekking in this part of the world is truly mesmerizing. From the very first day of the trekking trekkers start experiencing Nepal in unique manner. The rivers, narrow trail, ups and down, suspension bridges, monasteries, Sherpa culture and yes, Mount Everest—the tallest tower of the world at an altitude of 8,848m—really fascinates each and everyone here. 

From psychological perspectives, trekking in this part of the world is like witnessing heaven where beauty is not just witnessed but breathed.

It is reported that more than 120,000 people visit Everest region every year. The site quenches the thirst of seekers, lonely travellers and adventurers. The panoramic view of mountains and clear blue sky connects the traveller with his/her inner joy. It is a place where clouds play hide and seek with nature.

The flapping prayer flags, prayer wheels and enchanting mantra of ‘Om Mane Padme Hum’ purify the environment of the region. The innocence of local people and their hospitality touches heart of every trekker.

The region is also center of attraction for botanists and biologists. Different species of plants and animals are found here, from rare to endangered species.

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