How to get there?

Getting to Khumbu trek begins from Kathmandu, and elevates towards Lukla Airport. Lukla airport offers excellent views of Himalayas, with majestic picturesque scenes. The Khumbu region lies in the northeastern part of Nepal. It is under the Sagarmatha National Park region, which has a magnificent panorama of spectacular biodiversity. So, after assembling at the Lukla airport, the trekkers will chase the trails crossing the Dudhkoshi river towards Phakding.
Similarly, from Phadking, the pathway marches towards Namche Bazaar. From Namche Bazaar towards Tengboche, Dingboche, Lobuche, Gorak-Shep, Kalapathhar, etc. Kala Patthar (5,643m) offers a magnificent view of Everest and its surrounding Himalayas. Similarly, along the trails, trekkers can accomplish the fantastic beauty of Tengboche Monastery. Hence, both getting and returning from Everest offers an unforgettable journey.

By Air:
Every morning the flight takes off from the domestic terminal of TIA, Kathmandu, towards Lukla airport. Lukla airport offers majestic views of fabulous geographies and astonishing scenarios. So, after assembling in the Lukla airport, the trekkers chases the pathways of Khumbu trek.

By Road:
Air fly to Lukla airport is the most preferred route to begin the Khumbu trekking. However, very few rumors arise for the Jiri-Phaplu route, which extends to Lukla valley. From Lukla valley, trekkers can chase the breathtaking journey of Khumbu. Road trip from Kathmandu to Jiri, Bhandara, Phaplu offers high natural settings of mother nature.

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