Everest yoga trek in Nepal takes you to the journey into the heart of the Khumbu valley protected by the mighty Himalayan peaks. Pilgrims from countries like India, Nepal, Tibet and all over the world come to this place to practice yoga and find spiritual enlightenment from thousands of years.
Any yoga professional can merge their adoration for nature and mountains with their yoga practice and reflection in this place. Everest region is among the most profound spot for yoga trek.
Everest yoga trek is actually a unique outing that incorporates a perfect and delightful vegetarian diet, the chance to rehearse yoga among the Himalayas, and empowering hikes. Furthermore, in the last few days, you can continue cleansing and refreshing the mind and body with meditation, massage and steam baths.
Everest yoga trek is so much more than a trek and so much more than yoga. If you love the mountains and enjoy the yoga and wish to experience these majestic sources together, then this trip is for you and truly like no other yoga opportunity in the world.
Along with the yoga in the lap of Everest, you will love to savor the beauty of well-decorated chortens, prayer rocks, prayer flags and prayer wheels on the way. Besides these, you would love the mesmerizing view of Kusum Kangru and the Dudh Koshi River.
In addition to Yoga, we will go explore the village of Khunde, Khumjung, and Namche enjoying the wonderful view. We will stop to enjoy the 360-degree views of these villages along with the mountains like Ama Dablam, Pachermo at Hillary Memorial viewpoint.
With this Everest yoga trek package of Swotah travel, you will be starting your day with yoga, later enjoying the trek to the nearby villages. This trek will be the best trek to learn yoga, explore the beautiful villages and villagers and learning their culture. Furthermore, enjoy the mesmerizing Himalayan range surrounding you.
2 - 14
5380 m/ 17650.9ft
This is not just regular trekking in Everest, it's more than that. This trek is for adventurous yoga lovers who not only want to deepen their practice but discover themselves with a strong connection to the beautiful mountains. This is truly a journey into the mountains and a journey into oneself.