Everest is a dream for all the trekkers, Everest can not be compared with any other regions in the world, when you step into the land of this fascinating mountain and its culture then you realize. This exciting trek is for anyone who has dreamed of visiting the land of the Sherpa people and standing within sight of Mt. Everest. We organize treks to this fascinating land as per your time frame. Minimum 5 days you must have to view glorious Everest and Khumbu region Himalayas. There are several comfortable lodges throughout the trail. All regular trips like Everest Base Camp, Instant Everest, Everest Gokyo and Classic Everest base campuses simple lodges or tea houses instead of camping. Tea houses in this region have agreed to comply with environmental guidelines – using kerosene and gas rather than firewood for cooking and to confirm to an agreed standard of comfort and hygiene. We advise all participants not to expect a western standard of comfort, lodges have basic but good enough sleeping bed. Using these simple lodgings allows us to offer what for many, is a lifetime dream at an affordable price. For those who wish to have attached bath and toilet facilities, should let us know for special arrangement at extra cost. Almost all the lodges/tea houses do have electricity (and there are places where you can re-charge digital cameras and batteries). At higher altitudes, the communal areas are lit with paraffin lamps.
The home of the Sherpa community of Nepal is known as Solu-Khumbu. All famous mountaineer right from Sherpa Tenzing Norgay to all record holder summiters Like late Babu Chiri Sherpa came from the Khumbu region. Sherpa belongs to the Nyingma-pa Tibetan Buddhist sect. They practice their own Buddhist tradition and custom, which their ancestors brought from Tibet. The area above Jorsale, about 113 sq. km is under the protection of National Park. There are blue pine, fir and juniper forest in the lower elevation and, birch and rhododendron forest in between 3300m to 4000m. Musk deer, Himalayan Thar and serow are commonly found. There is a panoramic view of the Himalayan range all the way from Gaurishanker to Mt. Makalu. The view of Amadablam is photogenic.
If you would like to grace the most important festival in the Sherpa community, Mani Rimdu is the one held in Tengboche every year in November. It consists of nine days of ceremonies and meditation (Drupchen). This is concluded by a special blessing ceremony given by Rinpoche to the public and the world-renowned Mask Dances performed by the monks at Tengboche Monastery. We will make an arrangement for you at your request. Please check with us for suitable dates.