I have used the words ‘Everest Base Camp’ many, many occasions over the last ten years. Working for a Himalayan trekking pro you realize that the trek to Everest Base Camp is perceived very differently depending on who you are talking to. For the words excite, you may see the eyes open wider and also the delight gradually fulfill their demeanor. For many others, it’s like they tasted lemon and I normally obtain the answer ‘I don’t want to scale Everest.’
It is obvious that the community is split by the idea of a holiday in Nepal. You will or you won’t. At least that’s what you believe when it is first considered by you like your next adventure travel holiday. Out of all of the trekking destinations, we provide Nepal is the only one in which people will look at returning to time and time again. Many repeat travelers are the ones which would not have thought of it when they heard the words ‘Everest Base Camp’ however for some reason they chased or were pestered, with the ideal information to help them find a trek which was suitable for them.
In case you haven’t ever thought of trekking in Nepal, but consider yourself a lover or a hiker or wilderness places, you are missing out on a lifetime’s experience. Where else will you find the world’s greatest mountains it’s unique? Below are some examples of exactly what you can do if you’re reasonably healthy.
Trekking in the Annapurna’s – Everest is the major drawcard for all to Nepal, the Annapurna area offers amazing trekking chances. Three 8000m giants can be understood on this side of Nepal, namely Annapurna ((8091m), Dhaulagiri (8167m) and Manaslu (8163m). Perhaps the most breathtaking of those hills in this area is your Matterhorn of Nepal, Machapuchare. It’s fishtail like peak makes it a photo opportunity when the light hits it just right and is used in promotional images for the Annapurna region.
Manaslu base camp Trekking:- The Manaslu base camp Trek is another remarkable trek flaunting beautiful panoramas of the peaks on the Nepal- Tibet border. The trek reaches its highest at Larkya Pass that provides magnificent views of Manaslu, and goes the highest mountain in the world, round the magnificent Manaslu. It rocky mountain passes and moves through mountain panorama villages of Buddhist monasteries. The trek offers a fabulous experience for anyone looking to take an adventurous trip to explore the beauty of this Himalayan area. No wonder it’s one of the best treks in Nepal to journey.
Days: 15 Days
Trekking Difficulty: Hard
Finest Season: March-May, and October- November