Everest trekking is the most famous trekking in Nepal. It is probably the most popular destination for trekkers, but it is not easy to do this trekking than to do trekking in the Annapurna and other trekking area. To be near of Everest, you either have to trek for 10 days or fly to Lukla, a tiny airstrip where flights are notoriously unreliable. Everest trekking is justifiably famous, not only for its proximity to the world's highest mountain (8848 m.), but also for its huge Sherpa villages with indigenous culture and thousands years of old monasteries. The primary goal of Everest trekking is to be in Everest base camp at an elevation of about 5340 meters. But you cannot see Everest from the base camp, so most trekkers climb KalaPatthar, a greatest view point 5545-meter from the sea level on the southern edge of Pumori (7145 m.).
The major difficulty of Everest trekking is the high likelihood of Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS). This potentially deadly disease, commonly known as altitude sickness, is caused by climbing too quickly to a high mountain. Be sure to read the segment on mountain sickness in the Health & First Aid chapter if you are planning an Everest trekking. If you suffer symptoms of altitude sickness and can not go to base camp, you can still make a worth while trekking to less ambitious destinations such as Namche Bazaar, beautiful Khumjung village and Thame, and famous Tyangboche Monastery. From Tengboche we will have an excellent view of Everest and its neighbor Ama Dablam, Nupse and Lotse. Below are the list of the trekking which we can do in Everest region please choose from them according to you time, desire and physical fitness.