Everest Base Camp Trekking via Gokyo Lakes
Everest Base Camp trekking is an epic excursion encompassing a trek along the mighty Himalayas along the way passing and living among various local tribes and clans and getting to know the culture, tradition, and the nicest of people in the world. Thousands make this journey every year while most of them return again to bask in the beauty of it all one more time (Or two or more. Also known in short as EBC, this trek takes you into the Himalayas maneuvering through mountains including Mt. Everest (8,848m), Ama Dablam (6,812m), Lhotse (8,516m), Nuptse (7,879m), and many other gigantic peaks.
The Nepalese call Everest Sagarmatha which accurately means “above the sky”. Legends say that the mountain is so high that it is higher than the sky itself. Of course, it's impossible but it makes for a stimulating story nonetheless. Tibetans call it ‘Chomolungma’ which suggests the mother goddess of the world .
Everest Base Camp Trekking isn't popular only for the snowcapped mountains. What’s below is equally mesmerizing. The rugged terrain, free-flowing ice falls and snow rich glaciers bring an attention grabbing sight. Not much jungle are often found here but the short green grass bed upon vast space contrast the pearly white snow peaks.
Gorakh Shep is that the final point where lodges are available for stay. From there we'll trek up to Kalapathhar from where you'll watch the sunrise and sunset altogether its beauty. There is no other point on earth from where you'll see a more majestic image of the sunrise and sunset.
The weather is additionally a really important factor during the trek in higher elevation. October- December and March-May are the simplest seasons to trek to Everest Base Camp from the weather point of view.