Mount Everest view trekking also known as Everest Panorama trekking not only for its proximity to the world’s highest mountain but also for its friendly Sherpa people. The Everest View trek or Everest Panorama Trekking is a shorter trek than the Base Camp trek with the famous Tengpoche monastery at 3870m being the high point.
Everest Panorama Trekking is designed for those who wish to experience this region without ascending to high altitudes. Entry to the Khumbu is by air into the airstrip at Lukla, and from here we follow the route of the Base Camp trek to Tengboche monastery. From here we obtain breathtaking views of Everest Panorama Trekking as it rises above the Lhotse-Nuptse ridge, as well as a superb view of one of Nepal’s most beautiful mountains, Ama Dablam – the ‘Matterhorn of the Khumbu’.
When you arrive in Kathmandu, you will be collected from the airport and transported to your hotel. If you arrive early in the day, you can explore the city, and rest in your hotel.
We fly on a twin-engine Otter to the Himalayan foothills where we will begin our trek into the Khumbu region. The views from the plane are amazing, providing dramatic views of terraced hills and the distant Himalayan giants. After arriving in the village of Lukla (2,750 m), we will introduce our staff (porters) and trek for about two and a half hours to Phakding, Phakding is situated riverside 2600m.
The distance between Phakding and Namche Bazaar is not that far, however, the high altitude can make this trek difficult. The best strategy is to trek at a slow and gentle pace. Namche Bazaar is a large town surrounded by two great valleys, Dudh Kosi and Bhote Kosi. It is also the gateway to Mount Everest. There are well-stocked markets and shops giving you one last chance to buy anything that you may have forgotten.
Today is a rest and acclimatization day in Namche Bazaar. Namche is a colorful village with many wonderful and interesting shops and vendors, fabulous food, and stunning views of the surrounding mountains. An early hike above town, before the clouds move in, will reward climbers with a spectacular Himalayan sunrise and views of Mt. Everest, Lhotse (the 4th highest peak in the world), and the beautiful Ama Dablam.
Some clients want to visit the Everest view hotel, where from you can see panoramic views of the Himalayas including Amadablam, Tawache peak, Thamserku, peak 38, and Mt. Everest, etc.
On the trek to Tengboche, we will experience our first great views of the Everest, Lhoste, Nuptse, and Ama Dablam peaks. The trail has a steep descent towards a bridge over the Dudh Kosi. Then we climb up a zigzagging path through rhododendron bushes. There are some superb mountain sceneries towards Tengpoche, which is famous for its legendary monastery – the largest in the Everest Region.
Today we trek back along the Dudh Kosi River through a magnificent rhododendron forest and past brilliant waterfalls. Shortly before reaching Namche, the trek takes us through a pine forest, where musk deer often graze in the early morning. Arriving in town, we may see lowland porters, highland Sherpas, and Tibetan people trading food and supplies during Namche’s market time.
– Three times meals while trekking (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner).
– Guide and Porters salaries/their insurance/ food and accommodation.
– 2nights hotel at Kathmandu with a B/B plan and basic sharing lodge while trekking.
– Ground transport (pick up and drop airport).
– Trekking Information Management System (TIMS) and park Permit.
– Both-way flight ticket(Kathmandu-Lukla -Kathmandu or Ramechhap-Lukla-Ramechhap.
Does not include:
International flight and Nepali visas charge.
-Food (Lunch and Dinner) while in Kathmandu
-Personal insurance for members (you should do your insurance from your own country covering with heli rescue)
-Personal Sleeping Bags and Jackets
-Rescue operation or emergency evacuation.
-Personal expenditure as like lundry, batteries charges, showers while in trekking
-Alcohol and soft drinks (coke, mineral water, boiled water etc)
-Tips to the trekking crew.
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