Saturday 15 October 2016

The adventurous Everest Base Camp Trek

“In every walk with Nature, one receives more than he seeks.” ~ John Muir

Nature is the most powerful healing force. There is an amazing sense of liberation, contentment and happiness when you spend time with Nature. Trekking is one of the best outdoor activities where you can spend ample amount of time with Nature. If you are an adventurous soul, you will surely enjoy trekking.

Benefits of Trekking

Trekking can improve both your physical health and mental health. Let’s look at some of the benefits of trekking:

1. Since you need to cover large distances in trekking, it increases your cardiovascular strength. Trekking is great for keeping your heart healthy.

2. Trekking is a great physical activity that can help you shed excess fat.

3. When you are trekking, you are able to inhale fresh, clean air that helps in cleansing your lungs.

4. Trekking also enhances your muscle strength and makes your bones stronger.

5. Trekking is one of the best ways to reduce stress as it releases endorphins which makes you feel happy. Moreover, it enhances focus and helps a person to stay calm during challenging times.

Everest Base Camp Trek

Trekking to the base camp of Everest is a great adventure. Everest is the world’s highest mountain and therefore, trekking to the foot of Everest will be a breathtaking experience for any trekking enthusiast.

In 1953, Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay reached the rocky base of Everest. Since that time, enthusiastic trekkers have been trekking to the Everest Base Camp. 40,000 people have been trekking to this iconic base camp annually.

Trekking to the Everest Base Camp Trek is not for general weekend walkers. It is a difficult trek and therefore, it demands fitness and enthusiasm.

Your journey will start from the capital of Nepal, Kathmandu. You need to take a short flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, from where your trek will begin.

The next 14 days of your life will be an unforgettable experience for you, as you will witness mesmerizing mountain scenery, learn about the cultures and traditions of the Sherpa, discover beautiful Nepalese tea-houses and follow the Dudh Khosi River. After five days, you will enter the Everest National Park and get a glimpse of the highest point of the world.

The most favorable time to go for this trek is September to December or March to May. If you love adventure, this will be the most rewarding experience of your life.


Mojhi is the largest online portal for adventure activities in the world. It allows its users to search and choose their type of adventure such as trekking, paragliding, rafting, scuba, snorkeling, etc. You can find complete details about any adventure that you choose to embark on. 

You can find all the details of the adventurous Everest Base Camp Trek on their website. Once you submit your details, they will send you offers from professional and verified trekking companies within twelve hours. So, are you ready to spice up your life with some adventure?

“Life is either a great adventure or nothing.” ~ Helen Keller

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  1. Oh ! Damn useful post Purba Ji. Hearty thanks. John Muir is right in asserting that “In every walk with Nature, one receives more than he seeks.”

  2. Trekking...adventure sports....I have never done that but can well imagine how supremely delightful that feeling would be, to be so close to nature...and so exhausting too....:)...but all worth it....!

  3. I love trekking and did some trips this year, would love to do the himalayas too....awesome pictures Purba :)

  4. Trekking is great experience. I have done this in Triund. :)

  5. It must be a dream for all trekkers, be they amateurs or pro... useful post, Purba... :-)

  6. Trekking is one such heavenly activity that brings one so close to nature! I have never had this experience before but would surely love to. A very informative article dear :)

  7. I'm more of a weekend trekker but would love to go there sometime to capture the surreal beauty of the Everest. Wonderful pictures and write-up, Purba! :)

  8. I did this one in 2012! And it has been the journey of a lifetime!


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