Nepal Pacakge Tour, Nepal Tour, Nepal Trekking, Peak Climbing, Wildlife Safari in National Parks

Everest Trek is Nice

The Sagarmatha National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that encompasses 1,148km 2 of land in the Himalayas of eastern Nepal.

The word, Sagarmatha, is the Nepali word used for Mount Everest (Mount Sagarmatha) and is derived from the two Nepali words of sagar, meaning ‘sky’ and matha meaning ‘head’. Everest is the western name given to the mountain and to the surrounding region.

The Sagarmatha National Park is the highest national park in the world with its lowest point standing at just over 2,800m and its highest, the peak of Everest, at just over 8,800m. The park contains a unique combination of forests, barren land and snow-capped peaks that are called home by the 6,000 or so indigenous Sherpas and by the variety of animals in the region

Since the park was established in 1976 and inscribed as a world heritage site in 1979, the number of tourists visiting the region annually has increased drastically. From roughly 3,500 in 1979 to over 30,000 annual visitors today, the park and its inhabitants have become increasingly reliant on tourism as a means of living.

Everest Region has other many trekking routes like as Gokyo Lake Trek, Everest View Trek, 3 Passes Trek and other routes for Khumjung Village etc.

Also there are other many trekking regions in Nepal which are Annapurna Region trek, Langtang Region, Manaslu Region, Dhaulagiri region and Kanchenjunga etc.

Whole of them, Annapurna Region specially interest by all trekkers of the world. Because it has many optional trekking routes and areas. Ghorepani Trekking with Poon Hill Trek, Annapurna Base Camp Trek, Annapurna Circuit Trek and Tilicho Lake Trek are very popular and running around the year.

Also some tour sectors also can combine with this trekking routes, so All Nepal Package Tour, Nepal Exotic Tour, Best Nepal Tour and Buddhist Pilgrimage Tour are can involve with these trekking if trekkers are interested with tour too.

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