Mount Everest has captivated many men and women since long, and many have tried to capture the majestic mountain, some have been successful others were not that lucky. But the Everest region has always been a popular site amongst tourists visiting Nepal and has kept its throne intact. Even for those who couldn’t make it to the top, trekking in the Everest region is enough to re-energize the soul. Famous for its fantastic mountain peaks and the beauty of the hills, the classic Everest Base camp trek has become the tourist hotspot in Nepal. It takes about 14 days from Lukla, which is a remote mountain airstrip providing a getaway to the region. During the hike of those fourteen days, tourist will witness the breakingly beautiful scenic beauty, vibrant monasteries, thick blankets of clouds here and there, glaciers, in short, the trekker will experience the best and worst of nature. Everest base camp trek is a strenuous trek which would require a walk of three to six hours every day and therefore it is advisable to look out for a tour package to Everest base camp trek and climb in the group along with the guide in order to ease up a little. Don’t expect to walk into the complete wilderness, as a tourist treks his way up, the trail is dotted by prayer flag-flung monasteries, tea houses, adding a beautiful human presence to the natural environment. Well, whether you are surrounded by the people or you are alone, the most popular trek of Nepal is one of the best ways to get closer to these giant mountains.

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