Spending holidays in high mountain peaks is a very exciting activity for tourists looking for heights. Among the most commonly known sceneries of this nature in the world is Everest which is located in the Khumbu region of Nepal. There are several onerous routes via the mountain that Everest Base Camp Trek is known to have. This has led to several joints being established on the way where tourists can rest and have their meals.
Chances of getting lost while in this region have been significantly reduced, as the locals in this region are very ready to direct visitors. These locals (Sherpas), with ages below fifty have the knowledge of basic English.
Worth noting is the ideal time to visit this tourist attract site. Despite the possibility of trekking anytime of the year, summer times are known to be the best. This is from the beginning of March to mid May and from the start of the month of September to around mid November.
You are expected to have lots of hurdles when you choose to visit during winter times. This is because of snows that will make you not to go beyond Engboche. Most of the lodges situated above this height are normally closed during this time. On the other hand, beautiful peaks might not be visible during summer seasons, coupled with wet conditions. April and the start of May are the best times of having a vivid observation of hedgerows and stunning landscapes emanating from the trees busting into bloom.
The period after summer monsoons, usually very cold and short is the most appropriate to give you the best mountain views. This is because spring season normally has a lot of dust that come from the India plains.
It is mandatory for everybody visiting this region to have in their possession the Trekker’s Information Management System (TIMS). Remember, lodges and restaurants in Khumbu only accept Nepalese Rupees. Another thing worth noting is that accommodation and food prices in Everest Base Camp Trek usually increase altitude rise.