Everest View Trek Highlights
- The journey begins and concludes in the town of Lukla, which is reachable from Kathmandu after a brief flight
- Due to the steep elevations and high altitude, the walk can be physically taxing for some hikers.
- To prevent altitude sickness, acclimatization is crucial, and it is advised to take rest days while on the hike.
- The trail is well-defined, and there are several teahouses and hotels along the way for rest and lodging.
- You can complete the hike on your own or with a guide and porter.
- When the weather is bright and dry, between September and November and March and May are the ideal times to go hiking.
- With shorter routes and side trips available, the walk can be tailored to different fitness levels and time constraints.
- The trip back to Lukla provides an opportunity to view the trail from a different angle and think back on your experience.
- The trek offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to challenge yourself while exploring the culture and natural beauty in the Himalayas.
Everest View Trek Overview
Everest View Trek is a popular trekking route in Nepal that offers a stunning view of Mount Everest the highest peak in the world. The trek is comparatively easy. It can be done in short days making it a good option for all outdoor lovers.
Everest View Trek is designed for people who are willing to trek and witness Mt.Everest. During your trek to Everest View, the higher altitude you climb the more beautiful villas you encounter with your eyes.
The Trail takes you through the dense forest of Rhododendron Flower and the Sherpa village in the Khumbu region offering you the culture of the Sherpa Community. On the route, you will be passing by stupas, monasteries, chortens, beautiful colored Tibetan flags, and carved stone, Mani.
The highlight of Everest View Trek is the stunning views of Mt.Everest, Mt. Choyo, and Mt.Makalu from Hotel Everest View one of the highest-placed Hotels in the world.
Reaching Hotel Everest View, you will feel a good connection with the Himalayas around you while enjoying breakfast or coffee with your teammates.
We will be exploring the sherpa community in Khumjung village as the way of life they’ve been spending in the Himalayas. About their culture, the food, dish, and dress they wear.
The intercultural exchange will give you more important knowledge about the Himalayan people. Also, the course is about the geographical structure of the Everest Region.
Usually, the Everest Panoramic View trek starts from Kathmandu Airport to Lukla. Which is a 45-minute flight from the most famous airport -also known as the classic gateway to the Everest Base Camp Trek and Gokyo Lake Trek.
Reaching Lukla Airport, we meet with our porter staff and hand them your luggage to transport to the next destination. We pack ourselves full of energy to see Mt. Everest we head forward towards the classic Everest Base camp Trek route.
During your trekking to Everest View Trek, you will have an opportunity to explore the capital of Everest Region -Namche Bazaar also known as the beautiful town of gathering all the travelers and expedition lovers from different nations.
It is also a reasonable market to buy climbing and trekking gear. Along with you may rent the trekking gears you left back. On each Saturday morning, the sale offers a variety of trekking gear and climbing gear at very cheap prices.
Namche Bazaar is the last destination during your Everest View Trekking. You will love to explore the local food available in Namche. Eating food with teammates while traveling is love. Lots of restaurants and hotels are available for you to enjoy coffee and snacks.
What is included in Everest View Trek ?
- Airport Pick up and drop free of Cost
- Domestic flight from Kathmandu- Lukla-Kathmandu round trip ticket
- Best available lodge accommodation during the trek twin sharing
- All standard meals full board with tea/ coffee (Lunches, Dinners, and Breakfasts) during the trek
- Government licensed holder Blue Lake Adventure experienced trek Guide and porter ( Every two trekkers 1 Porter Carry 11 kg Baggage
- Guide and porter include their salary, meals, lodging, and insurance
- Water purification tablets for safe drinking water during the
- Sagarmatha National Park entry fee
- (TIMS) card Trekkers Information Management System
- The Permit of the Local Government and Sagarmatha National Park
- Everyday Seasonal Fruits
- Down Jackets, Sleeping Bag, Blue Lake Adventure T-Shirt, and Annapurna Base camp map ( Down jacket and Sleeping bag to be returned after the trek )
- Medical Kits
- All Nepal Government taxes and office expenses
- Rescue operations in case of complicated in funded by travel insurance
- Blue Lake Adventure Certificate after the successful trek
- Farewell Dinner in Kathmandu
- International Flights ticket
- Nepal Entry visa fee
- Visa Cost on Arrival in International Airport Kathmandu (15 Days, $ 25- $30 30 Days – $40-50, and 90 days- $100-110)
- Extra luggage (limit is 12 kg per trekker)
- All Accommodation and meals before and after the journey in Kathmandu
- Lunch and dinner in Pokhara and Kathmandu
- Personal Expenses (Snacks, ( tea/ Coffee) cold drinks, Alcohol, Boil water Wi-Fi, hot shower, battery re- Charge, telephone call, and extra porter
- Personal Gear and clothes
- Personal Trekking equipment
- Tips, Guide, Porter, restaurant, Driver
- Additional Costs like delays caused due to circumstances beyond our control, for example- itinerary modification, change of government policy, Strikes, illness landslide, etc
Everest View Trek Cost
Depending on the type of trip you want to do, Everest View Trek and all other trekking locations in the Everest region have different prices. Typically, the cost of a luxury trek starts at USD 4,499 and ranges from USD 1,099 for a budget trek. Specifically, the costs of permits, transportation, and Nepali visa fees that you cannot avoid. While you may take into account the type of travel you’re looking for, insurance, and lodging.
The following are the basic pricing to do in Everest View Trek :
- Permits: While trekking to the Everest Region, mainly Sagarmatha National Park permits and Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural permits. Refer to the above Permits.
- Nepal Visa: You require a visa while entering the Nepal territory which costs $30,$50 depending on the length of your stay.
- Food and Accommodation: While traveling to Nepal, the cost greatly depends on your preferences for food and lodging. Depending on your needs, you can choose between budget-friendly guest houses, hostels, and five-star hotels, which may cost you $10 and $25, respectively. The same is true when trekking to the highest passes in the Everest region, such as Gokyo Lakes Trek.
- Transportation: The highest cost, while planning for travel is Transportation. So suggest you book your flights, and vehicle in advance before the date of travel.
Accommodation during the Everest View Trek
Except for your stays in a hotel in Kathmandu before and after your journey, all of your lodgings during the Everest View Trek Nepal will be in the Everest Region. Among the tea houses, there are a lot of B&B lodges designed exclusively for trekkers.
Your last destination will be Namche Bazaar where all facilities are available. So for your accommodation, you don’t need to worry you may get the Hotels according to your preference. All the Hotels in Namche Bazaar are well-furnished and offer a beautiful view of the Himalayas from your window or balcony.
Food On The Everest View Trek
On the Khumbu region trekking trail to Everest View Trek, the foods are available as per the menu at the tea house. Although there are the same lunch options at every tea house along the road to Everest View Trek, costs can vary based on where in the tea house they are. The food will be more satisfying and better for you to share with your traveling friends.
The following are the most common dishes and most popular among trekkers:
Dal Bhat: Dal Bhat is more famous among all the trekkers in Nepal. Dal Bhat is super delicious with spicy lentils, curry with vegetables, and a special Nepali recipe for chicken curry, and the flavor of pickle will amaze you while trying the dal bat during your trek. while In Nepal, it is said that – dal bhat power 24 hours – means having dal bhat during your trek makes you full for 24 hours, which will help you to hit more emails to the summit.
Eggs and Fry Rice: Mixed with onions and ginger during your trek will help your appetite which comes full of rice mixed with vegetables and an omelet as per your order.
Shyakpa(Sherpa stew): A mixture of vegetables such as carrot, radish, puck: echoey, spring onions, and potatoes with spicy soup will help you to be warm and more full during your trek in the Himalayas of the Everest Region.
Be-chiya(Tibetan Ghee Tea): The tea which is a combination of yak ghee, Himalayan salt, and the flavor of sunpati plant flower tea helps trekkers to be fully warm and helps to get rid of altitude sickness.
Best Time To Trek Everest View Trek
Trekking Everest view will be the dream destination to reach all people. while to fulfill your wish the best season to trek Everest Panoramic View is spring (late March to May) and Autumn( Late September to November) Both seasons will have clear skies, no clouds, clean mountains, and a few littered snow somewhere.
Spring (Late March to May)
The time of year when the flowers and woodland vegetation blossom. The number of hikers traveling to the destination is lower during the first month, and lodging is more readily available.
The time has come for adventurers to attempt to reach the summit of Everest, Choyo, or Makalu in the Himalayas. The greatest moment for summit-climbing enthusiasts is when there isn’t any more snowfall at a high elevation.
Autumn (Late September to November)
The monsoon season in Nepal comes to an end in the autumn, and the country’s busiest travel season begins. There are increasingly more travelers and hikers.
Without any clouds in the sky, the weather is clear and blue, and as you climb to the Everest View Hotel, the high, snow-capped Himalayas look even more beautiful. For a moment, it takes your breath away.
In Nepal, Autumn is the peak season for trekking and a huge number of trekkers keep on trekking to their destination. On the other hand, the availability of rooms might be difficult, so booking in advance is mandatory while the mesmerizing view of the snow-capped Himalayas and the Everest View Trek is just amazing.
Equipment and Packaging List
All the necessities, including food, a roof over one’s head, and other necessities, are offered in the teahouse when walking to the Everest Panoramic View in the Everest region. So, except for your own personal stuff, no more equipment is needed.
The following personal equipment should be packed with you while trekking to Everest Three Pass:
- Personal Hygiene: Toothbrush, Towel, soaps, etc
- Water bottle: During our trek, we will be crossing the dense forest with no settlement and water available, so carrying our own bottle of water is best.
- Clothes: down jacket, shirts, comfortable full shoes, trousers, gloves, etc
- Others: Goggles, camera, power bank, and charger
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