About Everest Base Camp Trek (Standard)
To give maximum satisfaction to trekkers Regulus has designed a tailor based itinerary for Everest Base Camp trek. The trail of Everest Base Camp trek is outlined to derive maximum satisfaction from limited time to trekkers. To address every need of our guests Regulus stepped up with the concept of Everest Base Camp (Basic) which will definitely satisfy trekker in all possible manner considering their length of stay.
Everest Base Camp Trekking comes as a fantasy to almost every trekker. Situated at an altitude of 5,364m above sea level, the Base Camp is positioned on southern part of Mt. Everest. This Base Camp is enough destination for trekkers to get the fruitful experience of viewing various top mountains such as Mt. Ama Dablam, Mt. Cho Oyo, Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Cholaste.
Trekking in this part of the world is not only limited within the periphery of fun but it has some other significance too. The vegetation, fauna and culture of the place is equally a matter of quest among scholars and researchers.
Different species of animals and plants including endangered species are found here. Snow leopard, Himalayan bear, Blue ship are common mammals you sight here. In terms of plants, rhododendron, pine, fir are common flora that is adding beauty in front of white snow walls.
From a cultural perspective, the place is well known for Sherpa culture. They are the local inhabitants of the place. They are the people without who mountain climbing is almost impossible. It is proved that these people have different anatomy due to which they can easily adapt in such altitude. Besides, the people of the area follow Buddhism and they have deep respect on Lord Buddha. The Tengboche Monastery of Tengboche is the example of how deeply they are associated with the religion.
The initial point for Everest Base Camp Trekking is Lukla. It is at an air distance of around 30 minutes from the capital city, Kathmandu. Lukla airport is taken as one of the most surviving airstrips of the world. It was built by Sir Edmund Hillary.
To reach Namche Bazaar the trail is followed through Dudh Koshi. It is situated at an altitude of 3,440m. Namche is considered as a crucial trading destination among the people of Khumbu Region. It is a place where local people gather in order to purchase their basic needs. This place is also a meeting point for the people for various social purposes. It is a locality of Sherpa people.