The Khumbu region, also known as the Everest region, is a territory in north eastern Nepal on the Nepali side of Mount Everest which is also called Sagarmatha. Trekking in this region offers the most enchanting views of the Himalayas with its famous Mount Everest ( 8848m) being the highest point of the earth and the massive peaks such as Nupste, Lhotse, Shar Tse, Baruntse cho you view also reign above the bar of 8000 meters without forgetting the many Peaks of more than 7000 meters as well as Ama Dablam, Lobuche, Mera Peak and Island Peak are famous peaks over 6000 meters in the region. The rich Sherpa culture migrated from Tibet around 400 to 500 years earlier are the main inhabitants of this region. They are imbued with the Buddhist religion. Many Buddhist shrines, monuments and monasteries will hypnotize you by their great beauty and capture your heart. You will want to spend more time and come back for sure!.
The elevation of Khumbu ranges from 3300 meters (11000 feet) to the top of 8848 meters (29029 feet) of Mount Everest. The Khumbu region includes both the Sagarmatha National Park and the buffer zone between Lukla and Monju. Khumbu is a glacier that would be the result of the last ice age 500,000 years ago. Lonely Planet describes this place as the sixth best region in the world for traveling. Some of the most famous hiking trails in the world are there. We warmly welcome you to Nepal!.