Everest Panorama Treks
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Everest Panorama Trek is one of the short and easy treks in the Everest Region of Nepal. During the entire trek, you will have an excellent opportunity to enjoy the stunning panorama of high Himalayas. It is also relatively easy compared to other treks in the Everest region. The trek takes you up the high along the trails to the Tengboche Monastery (3,850 m).
Well, it begins with a scenic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. On the first day, you will trek to Phakding and head up to the Namche Bazaar, the capital of the Khumbu region. After one day acclimatization at Namche, you will head to Tengboche. This short adventurous trek takes you through the foothills of the world’s highest mountain. During this trek, you will enjoy some of the most spectacular sceneries in the heart of Everest.
The main highlight of the Everest View Trek is Tengboche Monastery. It is a famous ancient Buddhist monastery of the mountain region in Nepal. After Tengboche, you will make your way back to Lukla to Namche Bazaar and Phakding village.
This trek is perfect for those with limited time but doesn’t want to miss the opportunity to face off the world’s biggest mountain. This trek can even be shortened just going up to Namche Bazaar and right to the Everest View Hotel. This hotel grants you the magnificent view of some of the tallest peak, namely Mt. Everest (8,848 m), Lhotse (8,516 m), Ama Dablam (6,814 m), Thamserku (6,618 m), and Kusum Kangaru (6,370 m).
Moreover, you can also visit the world’s highest airport, called “Syangboche airport” at 3,820 meters. It is a small hike from Namche Bazaar. This trek also offers a chance to visit beautiful Sherpa villages of Khumjung and Khunde. In Khumjung, there is a monastery where you can witness the Yeti’s skull. Also, you can explore the first built hospital in the Khumbu region, which was established by Sir Edmund Hillary.
Best Time for Everest Panorama Trek
Generally, the best time for Everest Panorama Trek is the autumn and spring season. During the peak trekking season that is autumn is the best time for an excellent mountain view and beautiful weather. Another great time is spring with stable weather conditions and unobstructed mountain views. Spring is also the season of the expedition, so you will get the chance to meet thousands of mountaineers. Wildflowers are full in bloom, which makes the forest trail so colorful it will be hard to take your eyes off.
Everest Panorama Trek Difficulty
Everest Panorama trek difficulty level is basically graded as moderate. So, the prior trekking experience is not required. Anyone with a good level of fitness can manage this moderate trek. The Everest Panorama trek altitude involves only lower elevation with daily climbs around 300-600 m. During the trek, you will walk on a well-maintained trail with easy access to basic amenities.
Major Highlights of Everest Panorama Trek
- The thrilling flight to Lukla airport
- Experience the unique Sherpa culture and tradition of the Khumbu region
- Colorful prayer flags, chortens, prayer wheels, and giant mani walls
- Outstanding views of the several snow-capped Himalayas including Mt. Everest (8,848 m), Mt. Cho Oyu, Mt. Lhotse, and Mt. Makalu
- Beautiful Sherpa settlements at Lukla, Phakding, Namche, and Tengboche
- Amazing sunrise view from Tengboche Monastery
- Explore Tengboche Monastery, one of the largest monasteries of the Khumbu region
Arrival in Kathmandu
Sightseeing in Kathmandu and Trek Preparation
Flight Kathmandu to Lukla (2,804 m) and Trek to Phakding (2,610m) (3 hours)
Trek to Namche Bazaar (3,441 m) (6 hours)
Acclimatization in and around Namche Bazaar
Trek to Tengboche (3,860 m) (5 hours)
Acclimatization Day at Tengboche
Trek back to Namche Bazaar (3,441 m) (5 hours)
Trek to Lukla (2,610 m) (6 hours)
Flight Lukla to Kathmandu
Kathmandu free day
- Hotel in Kathmandu on breakfast basic
- Arrival and departure transfers
- KTM – LUKLA – KTM Airfare
- All meals during trekking (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
- TIMS and Sagarmatha National Park Entrance fees
- English speaking guide and necessary number of porters
- Trekking crew salary, food and insurance
- All accommodation during trekking (best available lodge)
- Sleeping bag and down jacket if required
- Company branded T-shirt
- Nepali SIM Card during your Nepal trip
- International airfare
- Travel Insurance
- Emergency Evacuation service
- Extra Hotel night in Kathmandu in needful
- International calls
- Bar bills and personal nature expenses
- Tips for guide and porter
How long is the shortest trek of Everest Region?
The shortest trek to Everest can be done in four days. Everest Panorama trek can be finished within days that give an experience of Everest region trek.
How can one reach the Everest Panorama Trek from Kathmandu?
Take a flight to Lukla from Tribhuwan International Airport (Kathmandu), trek all the way up to Everest panorama view point located near Khumjung village. Then you will have to trek back to Lukla, the same trail you ascend. On the fifth day, you can catch a flight to Kathmandu from Lukla.
Which mountains can be seen from Everest Panorama trek?
Though a short trek, it showcases more than 20 majestic Himalayan peaks. You get a chance to catch glimpses of the legendary Mount Everest Lhotse Amadablam,Thamserku, and many more.
How high do we go on Everest Panorama trek?
We will have to trek till 3840 meters in this trek. Namche Bazar is the highest place to sleep in this trek which is located at 3440 meters.
Do I need experience to be at the Everest Panorama Trekking region?
The Everest Panorama Trek is suitable for adventure seekers who are able to walk around 4 to 5 hours in a day. One should have a sizable experience about trekking in high altitude mountains for this particular trek.
What kind of accommodation can I expect on Everest Panorama Trek?
You are provided with a standard accommodation in Kathmandu and during the trekking journey. The rooms along the routes are clean, and have comfortable beds with mattresses and blankets. However it is always advisable to carry your personal sleeping bags if need be.
How do I book the Everest Panorama Trek in Nepal?
To book the Everest Panorama Trek in Nepal, Mission Nepal Holidays offers you a number of booking options including:
Wire transfer OR,
Cash on arrival
What happens if an emergency evacuation is needed while trekking in the Everest Panorama Trek?
In case of an emergency evacuation, while trekking you can directly contact us on the number provided instantly. Upon receipt of your detailed information we react as quickly as possible to rescue you out of danger situations safely.
What about medical treatment on the trek?
A simple medical kit can be lifesaving without taking much space in your baggage. You never know what could go wrong. So it is advisable to carry your own medical kit if you have any kind of chronic illness. However our staff always carry the basic medicines with them while on trekking so you need not worry about it.
Is it possible to communicate to my family while trekking?
You can have easy access to communication but in remote areas we use satellite phones. So communication won’t be an issue.
What should my insurance policy cover during the Everest Panorama Trek?
Travel insurance is mandatory and you need to have your travel insurance policy before joining a trekking trip in Nepal. Make sure that your insurance policy covers, helicopter rescue, and medical emergency situations. It is always good to have an insurance cover from your home country. In case if you miss out on your insurance cover we can help you get one in Kathmandu.
Is tipping compulsory for guides and porters?
Tipping is not necessary although tipping for guide and staff is good practice, porter and guide expect tip, your tip helps their family.
Do I need any trekking permits for Everest Panorama trek?
Yes, you need to have a National park permit and TIMS (Trekkers Information management system) permit to do the Everest Panorama Trek.
What is the weather like during the Everest Panorama trek?
The weather and temperature in the Everest Panorama Trek is always unpredictable and cannot be taken for granted. It is likely to be very cold during December and January, when the temperature dips below -18C. However the months of autumn or spring are pleasant for making it to the Everest Panorama Trek.
Is there Wi-Fi available on the Everest Panorama trek?
Yes, most of the guest houses/lodges in and around the villages of the Everest Panorama camp trails offer Wi-Fi services. However due to the altitude factor and its location sometimes you might face difficulty in getting connected to the Wi-Fi.
Is solo trekking better or Group Trekking to the Everest Panorama Trek?
Mission Nepal Holidays offers you with the choice of both solo and group trekking based upon your request. Both kinds of trekking format be it solo or group has its own sets of advantages and disadvantages.
If you book the private solo trek then you can trek at your own pace and there is no need to follow any kind of fixed itinerary. You will have your own private guide and porter to handle things up into the mountains. However the private solo trek is on the expensive side than the group trek to Everest base camp.
On the other hand, if you go for the group trek then the price is cheaper and it is more fun to travel in a group of people to share the adventure stories. So it is for you to decide what kind of trekking you would prefer to be in. You only need to let us know in advance so that we can fulfill your choice.
Is there is Electricity available on the Everest Panorama trek?
Yes, most of the hotels/guest houses of most of the camps/villages have a decent electricity power facility. You can easily charge your camera and mobile batteries, besides that some places have the solar system power back up too. However it is always a good idea to carry your personal spare batteries with you.
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