The Everest Cultural Trek follows course of Dudh koshi as it charges down to narrow gorges, sacred stones, Chortens, yak caravan are frequently encounter. Khumbu region in eastern Nepal is the home of the Sherpa, the world’s most famous mountaineers, with Tengboche Monastery on its lap. Khumbu is the center of Sherpa Buddhist culture that holds the strong position of pride in Himalayan iconography.
Everest cultural trekking is the right choice for trekkers who are seeking to enjoy the festival, to dance with local Sherpa with exploring their lifestyle and culture, and meeting the monks with the spectacular views of Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Thamserku, Mt. Ama Dablam and many other numerous peaks.
The greatest prize of all is of course the view of Everest, the highest mountain in the world. Barking & musk deer, the Himalayan Thar or mountain goat can be seen grazing on the steep slope.The shaggy coated yak is the most famous animal around here. Namche Bazaar is an enchanting settlement set in a horseshoe.
During this Everest cultural trek, you will be amazed to attend the Saturday market at Khumbu Region, which is a social event where merchandise of daily use meat, yak trail and butter are traded. Mountaineering souvenirs left behind by expeditions to Everest can also be found in the shops of Namche.