Adventure does not only depend on the type of task you take yet it also depends on the area where you perform the action. Being adventurous also means to explore new destinations and Nepal is place which embeds the most beautiful spots on the globe. Trekking in Nepal rich cover of the Himalayas makes it more scenic and splendid. The Himalayas are spread from the West to east of the country covering about 1000 kilometers in stretch and the average height of each peak in these Himalayas is about 6000 meters and the highest peak in the world the Everest is also included in this range. This place is a hot cake for adventurous tourists who want them selves to get relived from the daily deliverables.
To trek the world’s most admirable and popular natural construction Everest one needs to have high spirits of adventure embedded in them along with the attitude of achieving the unique. The Everest 8848m high in the sky offers the tourists a lifetime opportunity to achieve the best. Besides the amazing valleys, forests, rivers and waterfalls you can experience the world’s majestic and mightiest point that this planet offers to you. The trek tour adventure of Everest could be planned for about a couple of fort-nights but the base camp adventure of the Everest View Trek can be worked out in a duration 10 days. The Everest Base camp trek could be one of the satisfying expeditions where you can go through the snow-capped mountains at an altitude of 3000 meters above sea level.
The initial camp of the Everest can made basing from the capital city of Nepal that is Kathmandu. As the voyage progresses you can encounter the most scenic world of the expedition like the Sangmatha National Park which includes a local museum in the Namche Bazaar area. Taking rest at this place is a mandate as the path above the place has a deteriorating oxygen levels and which might turn you to faint. After the local site visiting at Namche Bazaar, you can proceed further to reach Tengboche and Dinboche which are at an altitude of about 3650 meters above sea level. The panoramic view from here gives you a glimpse of the most beautiful Mt.Everest, followed by the sister peaks like Ama Dablam, Nuptse, and Lhotse. At Dingboche you can have an ample rest and acclimate yourself to the environment. This place is enhanced with the rich green texture of the local mountain farming strips. Adding to this you can continue your expedition towards the Lobuche (4900m) to have some of the best views of the mountain ranges around. And from Lobuche you can step ahead towards the Gorakshep which is about 5200 meters and then to the Kala Pathar (5600m). This can be an end stop for the average trekkers but the path leads to the ultimate peak of the Everest. The adventurous trekkers who want to explore can move ahead towards the highest peak else there is way to get back to Kathmandu covering the Pheriche village to end up at Namche Bazaar.