The ever popular and ominous Himalayan mountain range leaves everybody in awe and admiration of their sheer stature. The monstrous Everest (8,848m) towers above all, with a mythical presence. Everest Base Camp lies in the gorgeous Solukhumbu District. The region comprises of various ethnic groups, with one of those being the highly respected Sherpas. The traditional living of Sherpas leave many in amazement, but it is true admiration for their understanding, expertise and guidance of the Himalayan landscape. Every year thousands of Sherpas are taking trekkers through the mountains, risking their lives to summit Everest and other great peaks such as Lhotse (8,501m), Cho-oyu (8,201m) and Makalu (8,563m).
Everest Base camp trek starts with stunning flight to Tenzing Hillary Airport, known as dangerous airports of the world. Immersing into this and other traditional cultures is just one of the many spectacular highlights of trekking to Everest Base Camp, you can’t help but feel the magic within these communities. You will be greeted with the most heat-warming smiles and open arms into the blissful village. With homely stays in the teahouses, fantastic traditional Nepalese food and hospitality to match, you would be excused for believing you were in a movie at times, such is the beauty. Within each passing village, you will be surrounded by the nature of the glorious Himalayas. The green lush fields, dense forests and snow-capped mountain peaks are sure to leave you breathless.
Destination Unlimited, have been working since [Year], sharing memorable and phenomenal memories with trekkers from all over the world. It is our highest responsibility that our clients have the ultimate Himalayan experience, your safety is our upmost concern. We ensure that our guides and equipment adhere to the highest international safety standards, our guides have been enjoying the privilege of taking trekkers through the Himalayan terrain. Most important is that you are able to fully enjoy mountains, our guides are always happy to share their Himalayan knowledge and stories.