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The North or the South face? Pick your side of the Everest story

Climbing Everest is undeniably glorious and considered a rare feat. However, to touch base with the highest mountain of the world, at the base camp is also a matter of pride and a sublime experience in its own. While EBC is a destination for trekkers, it is a fort from where the ambitious summiteers get ready to battle the countless difficulties on their way up to conquer Everest.

The ascent to the Everest base camp via the familiar route from Nepal entails an 8 to 10 days trek including minimum days for acclimatization before you may reach the base camp. On the flipside, you may reach the Northern base camp without any trek, in the comfort of your vehicle. It may come as a pleasant respite for those aspiring to reach the base camp, but overwhelmed by the sheer number of trekking hours form the Southern face. However, both the routes offer an experience worth reminiscing over a lifetime.

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Top 5 Base Camps Treks in Nepal

Legions of trekkers are drawn to the Himalaya’s most iconic and accessible hiking, some of the world’s best, with rugged trails to Everest, the Annapurna and beyond. Nowhere else can you trek for days or even weeks against the backdrop of some of the world’s most glorious Himalayan vistas. Here are some of the best  pathway for trekking in Nepal that takes you to the base of some of the celebrated mountains.

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The people from the East: the Sherpas of Everest

The Everest Region of Nepal makes it into every trekker’s bucket list and remains a reverie for the rest. The river of fanfare associated with this region understandably springs from the highest peak in the world- the Everest. The region is second only to the Annapurna in terms of popularity and number of trekkers. Additionally, the Everest region houses Sagarmatha National Park, a natural world heritage site and home to diverse flora and wildlife. Anyone who has taken an Everest cultural trek can affirm that this terrain has much more to offer than just picture-perfect captures fit for an adventure magazine or an acclamation worthy ‘National Geographic’ moment.

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Tengboche Monastery: The Largest Monastery in the Khumbu Region of Nepal

Tengboche Monastery (Thyangboche or Dawa Choling Gompa) is a Tibetan Buddhist monastery in the Khumbu valley of eastern Nepal. Located at an altitude of 3,867 metres (12,687 ft), and en route to Everest Base Camp, it is one of the most prominent and the largest monastery in the entire region. It is perched on a hill, at the confluence of Dudh Koshi and Imja Khola rivers, with Mt. Ama Dablam forming a stunning backdrop to the location. The site can be reached by a mountainous trail from Namche Bazaar, via Lukla airport connecting to Kathmandu.

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Celebrate Bhutan’s Tsechu, one of the top experiences in Bhutan

Engaging dance performances, traditional folk music and mystical rituals are all part of Bhutan’s colorful Tsechus or festivals. People from all over Bhutan come together in their finest clothes to take part in the festivities. The men look dashing and the women beautiful in their traditional costumes (Gho for men and Kira for women). The engaging celebrations also give you insight into the dragon kingdom’s community life and their unique culture. Besides, it doesn’t hurt to know that the Bhutanese believe that attending a Tsechu and watching the masked dances washes away your sins, all the more reason for you to take part in the celebrations.

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What Can I Expect From the Luxury Lodges on the Everest Trail?

The idea of holidaying in the Everest region in luxury seems paradoxical, to say the least. After all, this remote corner of the world has always evoked memories of a strenuous trek and luxury hardly pops into your mind when thinking about a journey into the heart of the Everest region. The usual mode of travel has been staying at regular teahouses or even camping, living mostly on local food menu and utilizing the most basic of facilities to get you going through your journey. In other words, the antithesis of a modern comfort that you are used to by global standards. That is up until now!

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