Tour Details

  • 5 Days(s)

  • Trekking Guide

  • English, Chinese

  • 3885 m

overview

Everest View trek is perfect for travelers who aspire to enjoy the panorama of the mighty Mount Everest from close proximity and relish the distinct Himalayan experience in all its essence. This is perfect for people who have limited time to travel as it is quick with no compromise on the ease and convenience of traveling.

This amazing trekking journey has to offer a once in a lifetime experience in the heart of Himalayas and it is certain that you will get to savor the spectacular views of the majestic Lhotse, Mt. Everest, Ama Dablam, Thamserku and much more. Not only snow-clad peaks but you will see diverse flora and fauna, different landscapes as well as people with whom you can have a wonderful time interacting and studying their exquisite culture, lifestyle, and traditions which you will absolutely love.

Tour Highlights

  • Majestic Mount Everest
  • Hotel at the highest altitude in the globe
  • Spectacular Khumbu route
  • Pristine glacier
  • Gigantic mountain peaks

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Itinerary

  • 2 to 3 hours
  • Guest House

We start our journey to the land of Himalayas by first flying to Lukla enjoying the amazing views of snowy peaks, lush green forests and pristine river bodies. After we get to Lukla, we trek to the place named Phakding where we stay overnight.

  • 6 to 6.5 hours
  • Guest House

On this day, we head to Namche Bazaar from the village of Phakding moving across Dudh Koshi river. We will witness fir, pine and rhododendron forests on our way and reach Monjo which is the main entry area for Sagarmatha National Park. We are sure to get stunned by the views of gigantic mountain peaks on our path.

  • 4 to 5 hours
  • Guest House

We spend a day in Namche for acclimatization as we have reached a higher altitude now. We will explore the natural surrounding of the place on this day. We will have enough time to explore the local life and w can hike to the Everest View Hotel in the afternoon. We will go to Sagarmatha National Park as well. While we retrace back to Namche Bazaar, we will visit Khumjung Monastery and the Hillary school. We can also visit the Tourist Visitor center which is near the national park to see the things related to the first climbers of the mighty Everest, Sherpa culture and wildlife of this region with the assistance of our guide. This will all be worth the effort we have put into trekking this long.

  • 7 hours
  • Guest House

Our trail follows a sandy path which entails laborious walk. This is worth the picturesque views we get to see along the landscape and the eye-catching mountain scenery. We can visit the Lukla Bazaar and stroll around. Afterward, we can have a celebration on having made it so far with special drinks.

  • 2 to 3 hours
  • None

We fly to Kathmandu first thing in the morning. This scenic flight has to offer the amazing panorama of the landscape, mountain peaks and so on. Upon arriving in Kathmandu, you will be transferred to the hotel where you can rest. You can explore the market in your leisure time and can indulge in individual activities as per your choice. In the evening, a delicious farewell dinner awaits you at an authentic Nepali restaurant where you can even enjoy a cultural performance.

What’s included/excluded

Includes:

  • Airport pickup and drop off facility via private car
  • All three main meals throughout the trekking journey
  • Important permits for the national park and Trekkers’ Information Management System (TIMS) permit
  • Mandatory paperwork
  • Airport pickup and drop off facility via private car for the domestic flight along
  • Airfare for the domestic flight- Lukla-Kathmandu-Lukla
  • Accommodation facility in the tea house, lodges during the trek
  • Licensed guide with experience and proficiency in English
  • Porter available (1 porter= 2 clients)
  • Arrangement for travel and rescue
  • First aid kit
  • Tasty farewell dinner at a Nepalese restaurant and cultural show

Excludes:

  • Nepal Visa Fee
  • Airfare for international flight
  • Additional costs arising out of external events like weather condition, flight delay and so on
  • Travel insurance and rescue
  • Expense on personal items like phone calls, batteries, additional porters, hot showers, laundry, cold and alcoholic beverages, and so on

cancellation

Note that no charge shall be applied if cancellation is done before 7 days.

Good to know

Dos

  • Smile and reply to the locals by saying the phrase “Namaste” or “Tashidelek”
  • Maintain a distance from people either in front of you as well as behind of you is necessary while making sure you walk in groups.
  • While you may want to try something new on the trek make sure you consult the guide before planning or trying something new.
  • Prepare yourself ready for the next day by asking the guide about the things you might require as you can carry things in your pouch while the rest of the things is carried by the porter for easiness.
  • Contributing to the donation boxes at monasteries will help them out as they do not charge any fee as they do not have tickets for the visitors.
  • While you may feel uneasiness and uncomfortable while ascending upwards, please inform your guide so that the guide can arrange a suitable remedy for your convenience

Don’ts

  • While this trek is rich in culture and beliefs, some practices may be uneasy for you to handle. Please do not criticize the local culture and beliefs even though you are uneasy with it.
  • Ask the permission of the local people while taking pictures of them.
  • People here are friendly in nature; Do not feel hesitant when people stare at you; they are just interested in visitors and have no ill intentions
  • Extravagant facilities are hard to find out throughout the trek while basic facilities can only be provided seeking the difficulty of the geographical regions you are located at
  • Damaging floras and faunas along the trek should be avoidable at any cost as you should be responsible for the environment.
  • Donating money to people will encourage children and beggars to have a perception to beg more from the visitors which is why such an act should be totally discouraged.