The Everest expedition is one of the ultimate achievements of majority of travelers from around the world wish to accomplish in their life. Mt. Everest (8,848 m) is the highest peak in the world, located on Nepal and Tibet border. Mt. Everest is called Sagarmathain in Nepali, while ‘Chomolungma’ is in the Tibetan language. Sagarmath was named to be Everest in 1865 in the honor of Sir George Everest, the British surveyor General (1790–1866, British surveyor, b. Breconshire, Wales, UK), who worked on the trigonometrical survey in India, so as he was the one, who measured its height of the peak for the first time from 1806 to 1843.
Mt. Everest was successfully climbed for the first time in 1953 by Sir Edmund Hillary from New Zealand and Tenzing Norgay from Nepal. Following their successful triumph, the Mt. Everest expedition has been one of the most demanded and popular trips among travelers. And, Mt. Everest expedition trip has been the ultimate dream for achievements for many travelers from around the world. The government record shows that over 2000 people have had a summit successfully so far. Every year, a number of travelers come every year to make it from around the world.
The Everest expedition trip begins with a short flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and continues the trip alongside Namche Bazaar and finally to Everest base camp. The next route is from the Tibet side. From Kathmandu to Lash or Khasa and then at Nyelam and finally at Everest base camp, finally making an expedition, you will return to Kathmandu.