The Everest region of Nepal has long been one of the most popular trekking destinations in the world and it’s easy to see why! You’ll find some of the most beautiful Himalayan vistas that you could ever hope to see as well as an abundance of natural wonders, including rivers, lakes, waterfalls, and dense forests filled with exotic flora and fauna.
Trekking routes in this area are categorized as low-altitude treks, meaning they don't require any technical climbing gear or experience. You'll hike up high past lush green forests and serene rivers with towering snow-capped peaks along the way. You'll get a chance to explore villages nestled in the foothills of the Himalayan Mountains and learn about their culture and customs. There's a reason why people come from all over the world to hike these trails! The valleys around Everest offer some of the best views on earth, where if you're lucky enough to find a window in the clouds, you can spot your destination - Mt. Everest - looming above at 8,848 meters (29,029 feet). Nearby hikes take you through rural villages, panoramic vistas, and temperate forests, while also giving you a glimpse into the diverse cultures that inhabit Nepal. Some of the longest routes through this area will take 19 days or more to complete; while others are shorter in length but offer spectacular viewpoints. One thing is certain: it's impossible not to be inspired by trekking in the Everest region.
Once you've reached the end of your journey, we encourage you to celebrate in style with a trip to one of Nepal's fantastic luxury hotels. With so many luxurious options available at the end of your trek, it's easy to find the perfect hotel for your needs in Kathmandu - We highly recommend Hotel Moonlight if you want 5-star service combined with traditional Nepalese hospitality. The hotel was established in 1986 and has since been refurbished to provide guests with elegant, spacious rooms.
The dining room serves authentic Nepalese cuisine prepared fresh each day by chefs using local ingredients. And there are plenty of outdoor activities available such as elephant safaris, paragliding tours, and trips to nearby towns like Pokhara for shopping excursions.