Hidden Secrets of Everest Trek is surely a package especially designed for those trekkers who wish to have cultural tour along with the adventurous trek in Everest region to experience adventures, excitements, nature, thrills all at once. Discovering the highest trails in Mount Everest Trekking is sure to joyful memories throughout the life. Trekking in Everest is not just the travel to find the unseen natural treasures of the world. But it is also an equal chance to familiarize with unfamiliar cultures, traditions, sociability, kindness and living of people in the mountains throughout Khumbu Region.
There are many hidden secrets in Everest region likewise Sherpa, Sherpa’s culture, yak, yeti, wildlife, sacred stones, chorten, mani walls, prayer flags and many more. Sherpas are culturally and traditionally well off people living in the mountainous area largely popular of expertise in mountaineering. Sherpas major occupations include agriculture, animal husbandry, and trade and have become famous for trekking and mountaineering. Today they are known worldwide for their skill and hardiness. They follow Buddhism as their major religion. As they are Buddhism there are many monasteries, prayer flag, mani walls etc. Khumbu is comprised of many villages of which Namche is the biggest and is the ancient trading post between Tibet and Nepal. Domesticated yaks have been kept for thousands of years, primarily for their milk, fibre and meat, and as beasts of burden.
One of the main attractions of Everest region is Yeti. Yeti is an ape-like creature taller than an average human that is said to inhabit the Himalayan region of Nepal. Stories of the Yeti first emerged as a facet of Western popular culture in the 19th century. Yeti was a part of the pre-Buddhist beliefs of several Himalayan people in 19th century.