The region’s name exists from the world’s highest peak Mount Everest. Mount Everest is known as “Sagarmatha” and “Chhomolungma” in Nepali and Tibetan, respectively. The Everest region’s features are the high Himalayas’ scenery and culture. Hence, it is the most popular for trekking on earth. This region has several trekking trails based on the traveler’s physical condition and duration.
This region’s people are mostly indigenous people, such as Sherpa, Tamang, and Rai. The travelers will enjoy a smile of Sherpa people, their warm hospitality, and vibrant cultures along the trails. The Sherpa is a follower of the Buddhist faith since the trace of their ancient. There are a lot of Buddhist shrines and monasteries along the village and path.
Everest region was declared as Sagarmatha National Park in 1976, with an area of 1148 sq. Kilometers. It comprises harsh terrain and deep gorges. According to the altitude, the park dominates pine forests in the lower, and silver, fir, rhododendron, and juniper cover the higher landscape. There is a rare variety of species that can find in the region.
The region is suitable for the family group to view Everest, its culture, alpine meadows, and its sister peaks. Also, experience the Sherpa village and its vibrant culture. Discover the Imja Tse valley while it touches the heart of Everest. Additionally, explore the Sherpa people and culture with the Everest base camp trek. Likewise, Everest Three Pass Trek offers to discover the Sherpa culture. Gokyo Lake crosses over 5,000 meters of challenging passes and connects the entire Everest circuit.