The primary objectives of this trip are to see Mount Everest( Highest peak of the world) from kalapather, to get to Mount Everest Basecamp, to cross the highest pass, experience unique Sherpa culture, customs, and tradition. The traveler to the Everest Base camp region can experience unique Sherpa culture by visiting monasteries and museum along the way. Everest is the coldest of the major treks, so you’ll need a good sleeping bag, several layers of warm clothes, and sturdy boots that will keep out snow.
The climate of the Everest region is dominated by the presence of the Himalaya. The high mountains deflect much of the dry cold winds which would otherwise blow south off the Central Asian landmass, and more significantly they capture and hold the northward moving monsoon along the southern face. Because of their elevation, the high Himalaya provide a perpetual repository for these monsoon rains in the form of snow and glaciers, which continue to feed the rivers throughout the dry season. As summer approaches the monsoon moves up from the bay of Bengal usually reaching Khumbu about mid-June. Once established the monsoon weather pattern is typically one of the clear or partially clear mornings with rapidly forming clouds enveloping the peaks and filling the valleys by midday. The mist becomes a damp drizzle and then as the day progresses it turns to heavy rain by nightfall. The pattern continues until mid-September when the monsoon starts to withdraw. Once the winter is established it brings clear skies and sunny days from October to December. Temperatures drop steadily as the week's progress, and heavy frost from late October onwards freeze the ground at Namche bazaar to a depth of 45 Centimeters. There are some best things in Everest region except Mount Everest ,Mount Everest basecamp and many other things and places such as Tengboche Monastery,Mani Rimdu Festival in Tyanboche Monastery(Only in October/November),Pangboche Monastery,Gokyo lake, Yeti's Skull in Khumjung Monastery,Musk Deer,Himalayan Monal,Rhododendrons (In spring Season) etc.