Everest Region is one of the most adventurous and challenging regions for trekking. What is life without adventure and risk? It is worthless as per my thoughts. Budget Everest Base Camp Trek is one of the most popular and physically demanding treks in Nepal. The specialty of the Budget Everest Base Camp Trek is you get to know about the Everest Region closely without the need of summiting the world’s highest point. So what makes the 14 Days Budget EBC Trek so special?
The budget Everest trek provides you an amazing chance to complete the trek in the Everest Region in a limited budget without any compromise in the quality of services. The 14 Days of the EBC Budget Trekking will be your interaction with nature and what makes your bond with the mountains deeper than expected. While going on such a cold and physically demanding trek you need to buckle yourself up to tackle challenges that might come against you during the journey. There can be various Everest Base Camp trek difficulties including Altitude Sickness. If you go with proper preparation then nothing can stop you.
The main highlight of the 14 Days EBC Budget Trek is your time in Namche Bazar- a tourist hub in the Himalayan Region. Despite pushing your physical ability to every boundary, the majestic journey through the trails and mountains will be alive in your memories forever and ever. During the journey, you get to check out the incredible views of Island Peak, Amadablam, Makalu, Taoche Peak, and Kongma tse. Ideal for the travelers who want to travel to the Everest Region and make the most out of the trip at a reasonable cost, 14 Days EBC Budget Trek is the best choice ever. The acclimation at various lodges will be not of high cost. The Everest Base Camp Budget Trek Cost is reasonable for you. The services you get from the lodges will be praiseworthy to every extent. Come to the Everest Region and enjoy a good time with good people.
● Exploration of Khumbu Glacier
● Sunrise view from Kala Patthar
● The majestic view of the mountains such as Mount Everest, Mt. Pumori, Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Lhotse, and many more
● Descending through the rhododendron forests