Thursday, May 11, 2017

Adventures of Trekking to the Everest Base Camp in Nepal

Nepal is a beautiful country that has many aspects of diversity in its own right. The most prominent among the various aspects is the topography, soil structure where plain and smooth in the lowland terai, an isolated valley between a folded field in the hills and mountains in the Himalayan region. Nepal Himalayan country called and had the world's highest mountain, Mount Everest is located in the Khumbu region of the country. Along with Mount Everest, there are plenty of other mountain tops surrounding the Everest as well. Trekking in Everest region of Nepal is probably one of the most famous trekking destinations for tourists around the world. Sagarmatha zone, named after the highest mountain in the world, rich with culture, with Sherpa settlement of Buddhism and religion become the majority. That is why, when doing trekking to Everest Base Camp, you will probably find many abbeys, and chaityas were Bihars Gumbas, along the path of trekking. The trail to Everest Base Camp is largely decorated with flags and colourful Buddhist carvings on the walls of Mani-stone.

Khumbu region also has a National Park Sagarmatha; And when I travel to Everest Base Camp, you have to hike through the Park and up to Namche Bazaar. Adventures in Namche include exploring the village of Namche. It is also called the "Gateway to the Everest", and is a beautiful settlement that gives first glimpse of Mount Everest and surrounding the Summit. Sagarmatha National Park is a natural world heritage site that has a variety of unique flora and fauna that is saved in perimeternya. Foliage in the park that covers most of the vegetation of the mountains of pine, juniper and cedar trees, along with the national flower of Nepal, rhododendron. In fact, when doing trekking to Everest Base Camp, the trail trekking decorated flower rhododendron blooms with red, white and pink. Trekking to base camp, chances are you will explore the catchment upper Khumbu region such as Dudh Koshi River, Bhote Koshi WATERSHED and Lake Gokyo. The peaks of the surrounding area including Mount Lhotse, Mt. Cho Oyu, Thamserku, Nuptse Mountaineering Mountain, Mt. Ama Dablam and face of Pumori Mountain among many others. Trekking through the forest areas to the Everest base camp, you will find various avifaunas inhabiting the area. These forests provide habitat for at least one hundred and eighteen species of birds, including Himalayan Monal pheasants, red, red and yellow Bill cough. Not only that, the Sagarmatha National Park lets you trudging past the habitat of rare animals such as Musk-Deer, Snow Leopards, Himalayan Black Bears and Red Pandas. Himalayan Thars, Langur Monkeys, Martens, and Himalayan Wolves are also found in the Park.

Trekking to Everest Base Camp also has a revelation visit Tengboche Monastery along the trail. It is located in the village of Tengboche in Khumjung. This is the famous Tibetan Buddhist monastery of the Sherpa people and is also a Center for trekkers in the Everest region. Tengboche monastery is one of the region's largest Gompas Khumbu Nepal. The monastery provides a panorama of the mountains such as Everest and Tawache, and the monastery itself was decorated with mural paintings and a precious and elaborately carved with religious and. This monastery attracts many climbers on the route to Everest Base Camp.

While trekking, you will also find a village called Dingboche. It is also called "The Summer Valley". Admire the Tengboche, you will find a small Sherpa settlement in the Valley of Chhukung. Imja River flows directly to the East of the village. One of the characters Dingboche is a kilometer stone wall, constructed by using different sizes of rocks that cover the entire Valley of Imja. Stones were removed to plow the land and end up piling up one on top of another creates kilometres wall. Called "the Valley of summer" because it gets more sunshine than the village of Pheriche, and less affected by the cold winds that come down through the Khumbu Valley.

From Nagerjun, which is a settlement located just above Dingboche located on the edge of a hill in the Valley of the Chhukung, you will be on display with breathtaking views of the Himalayas on Mount Lobuche East and Lobuche West, peak Toboche; And sometimes, when the weather allows, you can even see magnificent views of Mt. Makalu from here. Mt. Makalu is the fifth highest peak in the world. Trekking to Everest Base Camp, you will eventually go to Lobuche as well, and there, you can experience a cyan Khumbu glacier. The Khumbu glacier is located on the ridge between Mount Everest and Lhotse-Nuptse. With a height of four thousand nine hundred metres, it is the highest glaciers in the world, and is also one of the largest glaciers in Nepal. Khumbu glacier followed to the end of the trail to Everest Base Camp. The glacier that has a big escalation, The Khumbu Icefall, on its western end.

Reach the Base Camp of Everest presents one with the great mountain atmosphere. The area is blanketed in snow and it was very quiet and beautiful. You will live the adventure of a lifetime trekking to Everest Base Camp. Facing the beautiful natural surroundings are decorated with Emerald foliage, rivers serpentin and rare animals, walks in the Khumbu region gives you the great opportunity to observe and take part in the culture of the people who are unique and diverse, experience the tradition and their habits and visiting many religious places. And the shrine. Trekking to Everest Base Camp also gives you the opportunity to see some of the most beautiful views of the mountains, along with beautiful villages and settlements. Trekking trips combining all aspects of Everest area to give you an amazing adventure!

With the experience of trekking for more than fifteen years to all areas in Nepal, Balaram Thapa had a sense of Travel and Adventure in his blood, so as not to leave unexplored landscape of Nepal and no mountain that cannot be climbed. It's hard to sum up achievements and experiences which he had got in a time frame that for so long. He has led many tours through the most challenging terrain and have many wonderful experiences to be shared. Travel has become a big part of his life and challenging his obsession. As a keen traveller, he has spent his life exploring the beauty of Nepal and share it with visitors to the country. Mr. Thapa was the person in charge and the matter has been able to win the hearts of fellow travelers with a responsible nature and warm.

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