Everest Base Camp(EBC) Trek is the world's highest peak trek, Mount Everest which the eye captures when footing above 5,000 meters where the epic adventure throughout the lifetime is executed. The forested valleys, different cultures, traditions, and many snowcapped mountains passing along the way and every footstep towards the Everest itself add the utmost significance to traveling history. The heavenly landscapes of the Khumbu region and the most admirable site in the entire Himalayas are one of the grounds for this peak to be famous among countries and peoples. The ancient culture and glory in the atmosphere equally describe the friendly nature of the people in this area which adds spice to the journey.
Everest is the dream for trekkers where climbing above 5,000 meters leads to the base camp. The Tenzing Hillary Airport which is a small airstrip at Lukla situated at an altitude of 2, 860 meters from sea level is where the trekking starts from. The trekkers are assisted by guides, porters and also several community people along the way. A various group of people all the way along makes the journey more fascinating. Then, a way to Namche bazaar where a beautifully crafted Himalayan town which is nestled along the crescent-shaped hill slopes makes the walk more intense. "Hall of fame" gallery of Sherpas who submitted Everest, Photos of Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay (first climbers to reach the peak) of Sherpa Museum at Namche Bazaar and due to many other significant things, this place is considered as the administrative center and historical capital of the Khumbu region. Other places like Tengboche, Dingboche and Gorakshep are the major area where different Sherpa cultures and traditions can be learned. It allows visitors to experience the warm welcome in different kinds of culture, ancient Tibetan crafts, get to know the traditional housing, clothing and enjoy the social gathering. Passing through the dynamic landscapes and thriving flora and fauna, the Sagarmatha National Park offers quality time to discover the colorful Rhododendron flowers, Juniper trees and a wide variety of wildlife including more than 118 species of birds, animals such as musk deer, the Himalayan tahr, the ghoral, the serow, and the Himalayan black bear. The rarely seen species such as snow leopard and red panda exists in this region. Each enchanting step is direct toward the secret beauty of Mount Everest (known as "Sagarmatha" in Nepali).