Less touristy parts of Everest region of Himalaya trekking Nepal
Maximum numbers of trekkers follow the general trekking route from Lukla, via Namche Bazaar, Tengboche, Dingboche, Lobuche & Gorakshep to Everest base camp Nepal. Beyond the most popular route there are some interesting trips to explore the less touristy places of Everest trekking area. This article helps all travelers to know about less touristy but amazing walking trail or route nearby classic Everest base camp trek. Beside EBC trek, Gokyo lakes trek and Chola pass trek ruins quite crowded as well during peak season.
Destination expert advice all to plan a trip to Everest region before and after peak season. it helps to avoid the huge crowed trail & walk through quite empty path. Amazingly beautiful subsidiary tracks of Khumbu are less crowded & far better than Everest base camp trek, but still pushed back by the world famous route. Our guides take you through the less touristy parts of Mt Everest area of Nepal to show its exclusive features.
Less touristy route of Everest region of Himalaya trekking Nepal
1: Ama dablam base camp trek
2: Renjo la pass trek
3: Kongma la pass trek
4: Phortse village trek
5: Thame to Kongde trek (yeti trail)
6: EBC trek via Phortse & Chhukung valley
7: Everest three pass trek with Kongde
8: Salleri to Everest base camp trek
9: Phaplu to Everest base camp trek
10: Jiri to Everest base camp trek
Main route of Everest base camp trail is busy during the peak season. Sub route and nearby trails are less touristy year round. If you can manage extra days then better to combine Everest base camp trek with any of above less touristy part to get an amazing experience of Himalaya trekking in Nepal.
Less touristy part of Everest trek region provides the desired taste of approaching “Mount Everest” world-famous peak to trekkers. If would love to achieve the glory of scaling the base camp of magnificent peak do not hesitate to consult us. Representative of destination specialized company happy to address your needs according to suitability.