October is the finest month for trekking in the Everest Region. Because there is no rain because there is no winter. The region, where you trek, is loaded with natural beauties.  The trekking trail is dry, and the temperature is at its finest point. The flower blooms in the Everest Region in October and becomes a catchy thing. A cool and soft wind blows in October. In October, the day temperature is 10-degree Celsius, but the night temperature is 0 degree because you know it is Everest. Because of this, you will see a lot of migratory birds. Everyone heads to the Everest Base Camp. Starting the Everest Base Camp Trek by flying to Lukla is a thrilling fulfillment. The best way to experience this sentence is when you land at Lukla in a small aircraft. This is the only place in the world which connects you with mountains as soon as you step out of the plane. The hidden mountains will glance at you as you are on the trekking trail, and the biggest mountains that look at you are Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, and Cho Oyu.

One of the main highlights of the Everest Base Camp Trek is a clear view of the Himalayas. You will get the perfect view of the mountains that you are looking for. Sometimes, the Mani Rimdu Festival falls in late October. It is the most important festival of the people living in the Everest Region. It is worth celebrating this festival with the Everest Base Camp Trek. October is a peak season because it is the best month for trekking, so you have to prepare in advance by making your reservation with Travel Max Guide. Trekkers from all over the world look forward to trek the Everest Base Camp during October. So, this month is regarded as the peak season. So, the trails will remain busy and tea houses packed. So, you need to get as wise as you can and make early reservations. When you choose to book a trip with the Nepal Hiking Team, we take care of your accommodation and food at the best available tea houses for a very reasonable trip cost.

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