The journey to the top of the world itself starts quiet high from the beautiful town of Lukla, following the narrow valley of Dudhkoshi river. As you walk past little villages of Chaurikharka, Ghat, Phakding, Benkar, and Jorsalle before reaching the height of Namche Bazaar, you already start getting the vibe of Sherpa hospitality their culture the spiritual atmosphere provided by numerous prayer walls, prayer wheels, and monasteries. Namche Bazar, the highest town located in this region attracts you for an extended stay for one more day for both acclimatization and side trips around Khumjung village. Heading for ward towards the base camp offers the view of the majestic Mount Everest along with many other peaks and also challenges you to encounter the tough walks at higher altitude. Dingboche last village located at 4410 meters also demands a day for acclimatization before hitting the walk for 5000 meters. The trail to the base camp following the uphills of Thukla and overnight stay at Lobuche eventually prepares you for your ultimate destination, the Everest base camp, and Kalapathar viewpoint. Gorakshep is the ultimate accommodation based to hike the Base Camp and Kalapathar viewpoint. On your way back to Lukla, the trail leads you downward via Pheriche which is also known as sister village of Dingboche and finally meets up with the former trail at Orso. Go slowly, keep walking and enjoy your dream coming true in front of you.
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