Every challenging road to success for an individual is worth the struggle if the sense of accomplishment at the end brings you a realization of your own purpose in life. Everest Circuit Trekking is one of those incredible journeys that will leave an indelible memory for a trekker to cherish for a lifetime.
Everest Circuit trekking is a life-changing experience which is designed for those adventure seekers who want to explore the whole Everest region with an enthusiastic and determined spirit. This is a challenging trek which demands physical fitness and few years of experience in climbing high altitude mountains. Since this is one of the most adventurous and stunning treks in the Khumbu Region, Everest Circuit trekking covers all the beautiful treasure of this area. As challenging as it is, this is undoubtedly the finest mountain journeys in the Himalayas that has a blend of unique Sherpa cultures and traditions in it. The trek provides an opportunity to visit the world famous Tengboche monastery which is at a height of 3860 m to give you a better insight on Buddhist culture.
Fascinating Everest Circuit trekking leads us to the home of the legendary Sherpa people, based at the foothills of the highest peak in the world, Mt. Everest which is at an altitude of 8848m. Everest circuit trekking is followed by the highly praised trekking route which passes through the mesmerizing Dudh Koshi to its source the Gokyo Lake. Gokyo Lake is to the west of the Everest base camp which subsequently takes you towards the summit Gokyo Peak (5483 m). Gokyo Peak offers a fantastic panoramic view of the snow-capped, Mt. Cho Oyu, Mt. Everest and Mt. Makalu and is said to be a paradise for photographers as they get an outstanding shot of the mountains up-close.
En route back to Lukla, we cross the Chola pass which is followed by Everest base camp, Kalapathar, down to Tengboche monastery, Everest view hotel, and Namche Bazaar. On our Everest circuit trekking, we enjoy the awe-inspiring views of Everest including several other similar peaks and explore the Buddhists monasteries located at the world's highest elevation.