Nepal and Himalaya are a fascinating destination if you are searching for adventure and ancient history feeling. The summit of Mount Everest, the highest mountain on earth, reaches 8,848 meters (29,028 feet) high. Trekking in the Mount Everest area became popular following the now legendary first ascent of the peak in 1953 by Edmund Hillary from New Zealand and the Sherpa Tensing Norgay. Since that time, many more have summited the mountain, but far more trek the route to Everest Base Camp simply for a glimpse of the peak far above. In recent years the mountain has seen its fair share of tragedy and drama. The 2015 earthquake and previous avalanches, along with disputes between climbers on the mountain, have left their mark on Everest trekking and climbing. The Everest Region is generally not regarded as the most scenic region in the country for trekking, but the allure of Everest draws climbers in large numbers. There are various routes to access base camp and several options for organizing a trip. Many trekking companies offer a guided hike, either with Nepalese companies or western-based companies. It’s also possible to hire a private guide or porter and do it yourself, however all trekkers are technically required to have a guide. The main hiking seasons are in the spring and fall, from March to May and September to December.
Family Trekking in Nepal need some special planning, as some routes are far from roads and medical facilities which would be little bit difficult while having kids with you. But while some committed trekkers have grieved the spread of roads into the mountains, this means many places are better connected, physically and in terms of emergency communication — than they once were. If you’re short on time, have very young children, or are unsure how older children will enjoy a multi-day trek, it’s best to opt for day hikes. Centering yourself in Pokhara or Kathmandu will allow you to travel places close to the city that have great sightsee option and fresh air, but still allow you to return to the coziness of a hotel at night. Family trekking in Nepal is popular trekking adventure in Nepal Himalayas. Family trekking tour create all the family more delight as well as sharing the different culture, tradition, manner with family members. Perhaps, Nepal is the only one best option for the family trekking tour in Himalaya. Family trekking tour in Nepal offers superb Himalayan views, lush valleys, beautiful landscape, wildlife adventure, cultural heritage & make every family much happiness. Nepal has various trekking options for family among them Annapurna trekking, Langtang family trekking, Everest trekking are popular family trekking packages.
This Everest Base Camp Helicopter Trek and fly back by Helicopter is a special trekking package is a smart choice for those who are looking for EBC trek on a short time frame. The Everest Base Camp Trekking with returning by helicopter is the unique option in the Everest Region and is indeed the most famous Himalayan trek. Mount Everest is also known as Sagarmatha in Nepalese language, which in English literally means “Mother Goddess of the World”. Everest Base Camp trekking with helicopter return offers a unique experience with panoramic views of the world’s highest and most beautiful mountains. This trekking package avoids your time of walking the same trekking route while you return after reaching the Everest Base Camp and Kalapathar. This saves your time and efforts of walking. You feel more comfortable and luxury to return back by helicopter ride. Your eyes will be pleased to explore the Himalayas and landscape by flying over the glacier lakes, rivers, mountains and villages. It is one of the most inspiring place in the world and trekking is possible all year round, but the best times to visit are March to May and September to December. The trip begins with a 30 minutes flight from Kathmandu to Lukla which is an entry point of the Everest region. You start your trek from Lukla. On the way there are many tea houses in which you can stay and eat locally as well as western food. The trail takes one through the green Dudhkosi Valley, which is rich in Flora and Fauna, Sherpa Villages, and Buddhist Monasteries. It leads one up to the legendary Sherpa village of Namche Bazaar where you spend two nights exploring and acclimating, an important factor for your safety and enjoy experience the Everest Base Camp trekking. More details on Everest Base Camp Helicopter tour.