Everest Panorama Trek Highlights
- Scenic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla
- Experiencing the dangerous airport of Lukla, Tenzing-Hillary Airport
- Complete exploration of Namche Village – The Gateway to the High Himalayas
- Mesmerizing view of Mt. Everest and other majestic peaks like Mt. Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Nuptse, etc.
- Communicating and connecting with the Sherpa community to learn about their lifestyles
- The biggest Sherpa Monastery ( Tengboche Monastery) at the highest altitude
- Enjoying the local cuisine and teahouses stay
- Encounter with Himalayan goats, yak & musk deer
- Breakfast in the highest altitude hotel – Everest View Hotel
- Explore the historic Khumjung Hillary School of Khumjung Village
Everest Panorama Trek also called the Everest View Trek, is one of the best trekking destinations in Nepal. To take a glimpse of the Mount Everest view, Everest Panorama Trekking is the best option you can have. Everest Panorama Trek is the easiest trek to the Everest region because you can enjoy the delightful view of different mountain peaks, terrains, and view of the Everest region without trekking to a higher altitude than Everest Base Camp Trek.
Whether you are a passionate trekker or an adventure enthusiast, Everest Panorama Trek 9 days is going to be one of your memorable tours in Nepal. With Blue Lake Adventure, you can have the Everest Panorama Trek from Kathmandu to the Everest Panorama viewpoint and back to Kathmandu.
The mesmerizing Everest Panorama View trek embarks you on the journey to the heart of the Everest region, offering a panoramic view of mountain peaks, Sherpa civilization, beautiful terrains, and diverging flora & fauna.
Everest Panorama Trek Overview
The easiest and most delightful trek to the Everest region to explore the majestic peaks of Nepal called Everest Panorama View Trek, starts from Kathmandu to Everest Panorama viewpoint: Tengboche viewpoint. With the Everest Panorama View trek, you can explore the Khumbu region of Nepal without facing any difficulties. The journey starts in Kathmandu, the city of UNESCO World Heritage Site.
With 45 minutes of scenic flights from Kathmandu airport, you will reach Lukla; the gateway to the Khumbu region. While having the scenic flight, you will get the opportunity to have an aerial view of different hills and districts which creates an amazing flight experience.
Upon reaching Lukla, the airport view of Lukla village mesmerizes the beauty of the Himalayan region of Nepal. Nepal, famous for its divergent culture and nature, brings out the best views of the Himalayas. Nepal is known around the world for its different mountain peaks: Mt. Everest, Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt. Annapurna, and many others.
Isn’t it best to get a scenic view of Mt. Everest without any difficulties? Everest Panorama Trek brings the best experience of having a scenic view of Mt. Everest without enduring difficulties.
Lukla, a small town in the Khumbu region has one of the most dangerous airports: Tenzing-Hillary Airport. Lukla is also a civilization for Sherpa communities where you can explore the ethics and culture of Sherpa Communities. For coverage of the day, we will trek to Phakding to enjoy the divergent flora and fauna along the way.
The trail continues in Namche Bazaar, the gateway to the Everest region. Namche Bazaar is the most prominent civilization for the Sherpa Communities. Additionally, Namche Bazaar is famous for its markets where local goods and handmade architecture are sold.
Everest Panorama Trekking continues from Namche Bazaar to Tengboche; the best viewpoint for sightseeing of the majestic beauty of the World’s Tallest Peak – Mt. Everest.
Everest Panorama Trek is popular among different trekkers and can be easily taken by every age group. Because of its popularity, foreign trekkers also call this trek Everest View Trekking. Our Blue Lake Adventure takes every care of the trekkers trekking with us, like altitude sickness, safety, and other satisfaction. Let’s dive into the expectations of the Everest Panorama Trek.
Expectations from Everest Panorama View Trek
Trekking in the Everest region of Nepal comes with different memorable moments, which include exploring different breathtaking peaks, terrains, trails, alpine forests, and different flora & fauna throughout the journey. Although the Everest View trek comes with the best moments, there is still a lack of facilities in trails and accommodation.
Scenic aerial flight from Kathmandu – Lukla
The journey to Everest Panorama Trek begins with a breathtaking aerial flight view from Kathmandu to Lukla village. While having a trek, the excitement in the beginning is always there so, what could be a better start than a beautiful scenic view of different districts, terrains, and hills of Nepal?
The flight to Lukla is about 45 minutes, and you can enjoy every aerial view of Nepal during this time. On reaching Tenzing-Hillary airport, you will enjoy an eye-pleasing view of Lukla village.
Namche Bazaar: The Largest Trading Hub in Khumbu Region
Namche Bazaar, also called the gateway to the high Himalayas, is popular among different trekkers, especially for its altitude acclimatization. Also, you can dive into Nepal’s rich culture by being among the Sherpa community. Learning ethics and cultures is always fun and exciting. The people of Namche Bazaar are friendly and supportive towards every trekker so you won’t feel left out.
Furthermore, the trading center is packed with handmade architecture and local goods which can be one of the memories of the Everest view trek.
Everest View Resort: Highest-Placed Hotel
Hotel Everest View holds the Guinness Record for being a hotel placed at the highest altitude (3,962m) and is the best place to dive into the majestic view of the different mountain peaks of the Everest region.
Additionally, Hotel Everest View has the best accommodation facility in the Everest region. Other than accommodation in teahouses, Everest View Hotel has the best facilities for different trekkers.
Tengboche Monastery: Largest Buddhist Monastery
Continuing the journey to the Everest Panorama view trek, we will come across the largest Buddhist monastery located at Tengboche (also called Thyangboche). Located amidst Sagarmatha National Park, Tengboche Monastery is draped with panorama views of different mountain peaks like Lhotse, Tawache, Everest, Ama Dablam, and Thamserku.
Because of the beautiful panoramic view of the Himalayan mountains, Tengboche monastery is a popular viewpoint of the Everest Panorama Trek.
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What is included in Everest Panorama Trek ?
- All Ground Transportation Fees (including Airport – Hotel & pick up & drop off from Airport)
- Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner, including Tea/Coffee as a preference
- Experienced, Government Licensed & English-Talking guide
- All entry permits like Sagarmatha National Permit Fees & TIMS (2 passport size photos required for permits)
- Salary, food, drinks, accommodations, travel insurance, transport for guides
- Trekking equipment like Sleeping bag
- Airfare for a round trip from Kathmandu – Lukla & Lukla – Kathmandu including taxes
- First aid medical kit
- Government taxes & office service charge
- Travel Insurance
- Nepal Entry Fees (You can easily issue a visa on arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu) $25 for 15 Days
- Cold Drinks (Coke, water, Fanta, etc.)
- Extra foods and accommodation behind schedule
How difficult is Everest Panorama Trek?
Everest Panorama Trek is considered the easiest trek to the Everest region because the highest altitude is comparatively lower than that of Everest Base Camp Trek. Because of this, trekkers with no experience of trekking can easily accomplish this trek without enduring any difficulties.
In an extreme case, you might suffer from altitude sickness because of the thin air layers at high altitudes. In this case, we are always there for your care and comfort.
The majority of trekkers prefer Everest Panorama View Trek to see the breathtaking view of majestic Mt. Everest because of its easiness during the trek. While trekking is comparatively easy to have, it’s always recommended to be aware of the situation because there might be sudden climate change, slippery terrains, and fatigue while trekking for a long time.
Best Time for Everest Panorama Trek
The best time to embark on the journey of Everest Panorama Trek is during the spring and autumn seasons. Spring (March-May) is considered one of the best seasons to trek because, during this time, the temperature is warm, days are longer and you can enjoy the clearest view of the Himalayas. Whereas Autumn (September – November) offers shorter days and beautiful snowfall.
In addition, during this period, you can enjoy the beautiful blooming of different flowers, and the alpine forest, and with luck, you can get to see different animals like Yak, Snow-leopard, etc.
Everest Panorama Trek Route
Everest Panorama Trekking starts from Kathmandu to Lukla village with a scenic flight. During the scenic flight, you will enjoy a delightful aerial view of Nepal. After Lukla village, the entry point to the Khumbu region, we will trek to Phakding village located at an altitude of 2,61m. Then we will descend to beautiful landscapes crossing the suspension bridge of the Dudh Koshi River.
Continuing the trail, we will reach Namche Bazaar – the homestay of the Sherpa Community. During the trek, you will go through Hillary suspension bridge and pass through beautiful terrains and pine forests. Furthermore, we will continue the journey to Tengboche; The home of the biggest Buddhist Monastery. Upon reaching Tengboche, you will get to experience the beauty of Mt. Everest and other peaks.
[The Everest Panorama Trek route follows like this:
Kathmandu – Lukla – Phakding – Namche Bazaar – Tengboche – Khumjung Village – Namche Bazaar – Lukla – Kathmandu]
Packing List for Everest Panorama Trek
While embarking on the journey of Everest Panorama Trek, it is essential to have the proper equipment to make the trek easy, safe, and comfortable. The following is the required list essential for Everest Panorama View Trek:
- Thermal Pair top
- Fleece/down jackets
- Windproof jackets
- Pair of Trekking trousers
- Fleece gloves
- Sun hat
- Sunglasses with UV protection
- Hiking Boots
- Camp Shoes
- Thermal Socks
- Backpack (30-40 liters)
- Headlamp with extra batteries
- Snacks & Energy bars
- Personal Toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, biodegradable soaps, etc)
- Lightweight quick-dry towel
- Water bottle
- Personal prescription medications
- Basic first aid kit (band-aids, blister treatment)
- Water purification tablets
- Sunscreen with high SPF
- Lip balm
- Cameras or Smartphones
- Power bank or extra batteries for electronic devices
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