Nepal is considered a paradise for mountaineers. To climb on the top of Mt. Everest, one needs years-long of practice, determination, dedication, and hard work.

Many mountaineers have given their lives on the journey to reach the top of this summit. However, Everest Base Camp Trek is viable for everyone who is a young adult, physically fit, and can acclimatize easily on the high altitude.

It is one of the most popular tourist destinations so far as the trek to Everest Base Camp is a visual treat for the eyes which covers the breathtaking mountainous views. The trek not only takes you to the lap of the World’s tallest mountain, but also the heritages, green forests, and artistic areas of Nepal.

If you are into adventures and always look forward to thrilling experiences, the Everest Best Camp is the most suitable trek you can search for.

The main reasons why tourists love the Everest Base Camp Trek can be listed as follows: 

Adventurous Flight to Lukla

The jaw-dropping scenic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla will cover the views of lush green hills, snow-capped mountains, and greeneries.

The reason for this flight being mentioned as an adventurous flight is the Lukla Airport(Tenzing Hillary Airport) is located at an elevation of 2,845m with the world’s shortest runway.

Lukla Airport 

 The  Vibrant Sherpa Culture and Lifestyle

Everest Base Camp trek is a wonderful opportunity to explore the Sherpa culture in the Himalayan Communities while the trekking program continues. Nepal is a multiethnic country with more than 125 ethnic groups.

It is believed that the Sherpa people are the oldest and the most unique community in Nepal. They have their own stories to tell, the brave history of how Sherpa people have always been involved in mountaineering, the authentic dishes, their customs, practices. It is really fun to be there and interact with them.

Prayer Flag 

The Sagarmatha National Park

Sagarmatha National Park is enlisted on the UNESCO world heritage site. It stays on the lap of the World’s tallest mountain. It is famous for the breathtaking views of Mt. Everest and seven other peaks above 7000 meters. It is also famous for snowy glaciers, rocks, and deep canyons.

Moreover, it is home to more than 118 species of birds and many other species of wildlife. Musk deer, Himalayan black bear, ghoral, wolf, and Himalayan black bear, snow leopard, panda add glory to the National Park. The dense forest of pine, oak, silver fir, birch, juniper trees, and rhododendron can also be witnessed here.

This clearly shows how Nepal is rich in a wide variety of flora and fauna. Of course, the National Park is enlisted in UNESCO World Heritage Site.

 Yak in Sagarmatha National Park 


Trekkers climb up to the Kalapatthar viewpoint to get the clearest and heart-melting view of Mt. Everest. Many people don’t realize that they can’t observe the closest view from Everest Base Camp. Kalapathar is that destination which is planned by trekkers so that they don’t miss out on the most beautiful and majestic views of Mt. Everest. Along with the breathtaking views of Mt. Everest, the trekkers get rewarded with the vista of Nuptse and Changtse. Climbing up to Kalapathar during sunrise and sunset will add more value to the view of these mighty mountains.

 View from Kalapathar

World out of Social Media

Nowadays, people engage in social media a lot more than they need to. Their life revolves around technology and social media. Besides, people are busy hustling in the crowded marketplaces, 10-5 office jobs.To get out of the box and explore the world that lives on the other side, Everest Base Camp Trek helps. It is a spiritual journey of finding yourself in the lap of nature and its absolute beauty.

Trekkers on the way to Everest Base Camp and showing Mt. Everest 

Mt. Ama Dablam

Mt Ama Dablam has a  very unique shape. The literal translation of Ama Dablam is Mother’s Necklace. The expedition to Mt. Ama Dablam lies amidst the Everest Base Camp Trek. The mountains look even more beautiful when the golden rays of the sun strike the silver shimmery mountain in the morning. The hard work and exhaustion pay off after all.

Mt. Ama Dablam on the way to Everest Base Camp 

Everest Base Camp

It is the Everest Base Camp itself. Some feelings and experiences can’t be justified by mere words. It is the gateway to the World’s tallest mountains.

The tired muscles and body will realize the worth of all the hard work they went through. The trekkers at this point will enjoy the surreal feeling and laugh out the feeling of joy overwhelmingly.

One needs some time to let it all sink in. It is a lifetime experience and it feels like heaven there.

Petra Enjoying at Everest Base Camp (5364M)

Buddhist Monasteries

The Buddhist monasteries that exist up there in the Sherpa communities have the history of own. The monasteries show how Hinduism and Buddhism co-exist in Nepal. The travelers cherish the beauty that the prayer flags, Mani walls, and these monasteries behold.

There are many monasteries in the Himalayan region. However, the Tengboche monastery is popular in the name of the oldest and the biggest monastery. One can pay a visit and get involved in the prayers, explore more to know about the interesting stories and history of the past.

Tengboche Monastery 


The accommodation during Everest Base camp Trek features stays in teahouses, Sherpa homestays, tents, and camps. The intimacy among the group member grows when they continuously live together, share their space, dance, lit fire and enjoy the traditional dances in the Himalayas.

The Sherpa people are the most humble and welcoming people you will ever find. You will be spending nights in the lap of nature or the lap of the Himalayas covered by forests, glaciers, and nature.

 Mandy and her friends at Everest Mini Guest House 

The Most Thrilling Passes

Some tourists want to add more spice and flavor to make their trekking experience worthwhile and more adventurous. The most thrilling Everest passes i.e The Cho La pass, The Kongma La pass, and the Renjo La pass. These passes are high passes with an altitude of more than 5000 meters.

Thus, these above-stated reasons are merely limited on the paper. But, the tourists prefer the Everest base camp trek as they can be a part of the fascinating journey to Everest Base Camp, enjoy the beauty of Namche, the thrilling Kathmandu/Lukla mountainous flight, experience the climate and observe the Himalayan environment, Sightseeing, explore some historical Buddhist monasteries of Everest Khumbu Area, Climb to Kala Patthar (at the height of 5545 meters),  explore the wide variety of flora and fauna. Everest Base Camp trek is a lifetime experience and trekkers can enjoy the closest view of Mt. Everest comfortably. So, this is the ultimate reason why tourists love Everest base camp trek.

Yak carrying the bag during Everest Base Camp Trek 

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