Trekking in Everest National Park is a World Heritage Site which lies in Solu Khumbu District of the north-eastern region of Nepal. The Everest Trekking ranges in altitude from 2800m at Lukla to 8848m, at the top of Mount Everest,the highest mountain in the world. Everest region is of international importance representing a major stage of the Earth's evolutionary history and one of the most geologically interesting region in the world. The scenic and wilderness values of Everest trek are outstanding. Trekking Everest is of biological and socio-economic importance as well as being of major culural and religious significance.
Everest region is the home of Sherpas, Mount-Everest and the mysterious Yeti. In addition to the rare animals such as snow leopard and red panda live in the Everest National Park. However the increasing pressures of tourism and mountaineering is of growing concern of Everest region trekking. A fun filled Everest trekking is the greatest place for a budding photographer who fond of taking pictures. Trekking to Everest is strongly recommend to anyone who is looking for an anventure or just relax. I'm very much sure that Everest trekking will be the holiday of a lifetime.