The exotic Everest region is known for its sublime beauty & some of the highest peaks in the world which are based in this unique zone where the trekking trails attract some of the most diehard trekkers on the planet who spend enormous sums of money to meet some of the most daring challenges up some of the most treacherous but beautiful mountains in the world.
The natural landscapes of this spectacular region is also home to the highest conservation park on planet, the Sagarmatha National Park is home to some of the world’s most rare species of animals & birds found on earth. It is but natural for the Everest region to be the most popular trekking zone in the universe since it includes the highest peak in the world and some of the most famous trekking routes that include Everest Base Camp, Cho La pass and Gokyo lake.
Not all the people can travel in this region & this includes children who would be too young for those high & wild adventure treks; but this shouldn’t dampen desires to enjoy some special trekking experiences in the Everest Himalayas & getting to know the culture and the lifestyles of the local folks who live out most of their lives in this lovely region.
The Everest Base Camp
We, at (OUTFITTER NEPAL) offers some special trekking programs for families with children that include some of the most well known trekking routes in the Everest region, namely, the Everest Panorama Trek which includes the oldest & most popular monastery of the region – ‘Tengboche Monastery’’ from where some of the greatest impressive views of the Himalayas including Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam and many other reputed mountains can be seen. Some veteran trekkers consider this particular viewpoint to be among some of the best on the planet, attracting visitors from far & wide…including the physically disadvantaged.
Other than this, our family holidays also include visiting Nepal’s rich cultural heritage sites – as we take you on a whirlwind tour to the most popular historical sites that cover Kathmandu Durbar square, Monkey temple, Pasupatinath temple and the Bouddhanath stupa which are listed on UNESCO’s world heritage records as well.
We may also including a thrilling safari in the teeming Chitwan jungles of eastern Nepal where the children can experience the true wilderness of the jungle and will get to see many rare species of birds and the animals that include the one horned rhino, wild boar, deer, wild monkeys and many other wild animals. You may also get to see a tiger yawning in the glades & there’s a thrilling elephant back ride that the kids will truly enjoy, so, let us plan your Everest Holiday with Children or elders then we will plan the itinerary that fit you the best.