Everest Panorama Trek

Facts of the Trip

Duration: 13 Days

Highest access: 3940m

Group Size: Min 2 to Max 14

Location: Khumbu Himal

Grade: Classic & Easy

Best season: Feb-May & Sept-Dec

Culture: Cultural program with Special Dinner

Transportation: Flight/Private vehicle

Accommodation: Hotel/Tea House

Meals: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner + Tea or Coffee

  • Panorama Trek
  • Everest  Panorama Trek Itinerary
  • Cost Info:
  • Before You Come

Everest panorama Trek Situated in Khumbu region, Mt. Everest 8,848m /29,028 ft  is the highest Peak in the world.and It's combination with Everest view point. It is known by many alternate names like Qomolangma, Sagarmatha, and Chomolungma. Mount Everest lies on the border of Nepal and China, with about half of the mountain lying on each side of the border. Sir, Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa first climbed it in 1953.Everest view trek is a short Everest trek to explore the amazing view of Everest regions and have a close look at the diverse Sherpa culture. This is an ideal trekking expedition for those who are willing to experience the beauty, and culture of the locals of the Everest region in a short period of time without going very high up the Everest.

Everest panorama Trekking starts with a flight to Lukla, Nepal's busiest mountain airstrip at 2,800m. which serves as the gateway for Everest region. From Lukla, The Everest view trek continues into the lush vegetation of Sagarmatha National Park, which contains wide range of flora and fauna. Enjoying the sight of  pine forests, rhododendron flowers and an abundance of wildlife in our way we head towards Namche Bazaar 3,440m . After a brief rest in Namche bazaar our Trekking heading towards Tengboche monastery at 3,860m which is one of the highlights of Everest view Trek. This monastery is considered home to the highest Buddhist Monastery in the Khumbu region and also considered the best spot in Nepal to take a look at and photograph Mt. Everest 8,848m / 29,029ft. and its neighboring peaks. This monastery in Everest region and commands a dazzling view of Everest and other mountains of the region hence the trek to Tengboche monastery is termed as Everest view trek. From there we heading  to  Khumjung , the biggest of Sherpa villages  in Khumbu region, here  you will get an opportunity to see the aesthetic Sherpa culture and their astonishing  traditional life style, Buddhist monasteries, Hillary school, Yeti Head in Khumjung and the rare Animal of Yaks. You will also be familiar with the famous myth of  Yeti and who knows you might see one too. Here we are ending our hike adventure and now heading back to Lukla. On the way back you can be enjoying the last views of the awe-inspiring Himalayan range and its people.

Trip info:

  • Accommodations:

We give our first priority to our guest to serve them at superior level that is what making us today Himalayan Magic Treks. For the accommodation we have been providing star hotels in Katmandu and even normal guest house according to the guest demands and need. During the trek we provide standard Guest House with sound environment and hygienic food for the guest to make their trip happening and healthy. Being one of the paramount destination in the world Everest region collects lots of tourist in the world. so, there will always be better Lodge and facilities in Everest View Trek.

  • Meals:

We get paradise of food especially in the cities areas especially in Katmandu valley. We have a lot of restaurants with different cuisine in city but during the trek we get to eat from Continental and Nepali menu especially choices like Pasta, Pizza, Mo. Mo, soup items, Potatoes items, Dal Bhat, Hot drinks Tea & Coffee etc.

  • Our Team:

Being homeland of Himalayas, it’s obvious to have challenging routes, High altitude problems, Weather and other conditions; any of those situations is big enough to ruin your trip. Leading around the steeply hills and rocky routes is not a job of common climbers and trekkers. Himalayan Magic Treks have been providing native leaders and staffs working in this field perfectly since long years to overcome tough challenges and make your trip a golden memory. They are trained and well certified by the Government of Nepal. All of our staffs have received emergency guidance in Himalaya’s and have knowledge of first Aid for our guest. We never compromise giving safety to our staffs, therefore we provide insurance and medical services during the trek and compensation when they need especially to Porters, Kitchen member and other.

  • Field Staffs:

we are  very much concern about the comfort of our guest and whenever it is about the staffs in the field. When we are on trek trekking through challenging route we need proper number of workers like Guide, Porter, Assistance guide, Camping members and other staffs. We provide 1 assistance guide with every 4 - 9 guests and 2 assistance guide with 10 guests. We do need strong and portable Porters to carry our weights, We provide 1 porters for 2 guest depending on guest stuffs and we allow only 25 kg for porters. We have professional and expert Guide, Leader and City guide in the field and can speak proper English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, Korean and other required. We can also manage any other staffs as per your demand.       

  • Equipment’s:

We believe equipments does matter to make your trip easy and comfortable. Caring excessive quantity of equipment doesn’t make your adventure more interesting but the drawback. So, we request you to carry only selected and needed one and save your extra expenses for other need in trek though we have our potential porters. Warm Clothes, Down Jacket, Trouser, T-shirt, Hiking Boot, Sunglass, Sun cream, Knife, Walking Steak, day back pack, Head Light, Sleeping Bag etc. These are the equipments which you most carry during the trek.

  • Clothing

Liner socks, Trekking shirts short sleeve, Thermal underwear, fleece sweaters lightweight, one heavier Easy drying long sleeved base layer shirts, woolen blends trekking socks, pair trekking pants with zip off bottoms

  • Outer layers

Down vest, wind/rain proof over layer - jacket and pants, peak hat, headband, Warm winter hat, lightweight thermal layer hat, pair gloves, down jacket, Pair trekking boots, pair down booties (buy these at Namche Bazar and they saves your feet.)  Great for keeping feet warm in room and while sleeping and for in the lodge. Pair flip flops (for late night bathroom runs).

  • Safety & Security:

Security is our primary concern! From your beginning day (we will be there to pick you up with our staffs and identity) to departure date (airport drop services) we are always there to help you. We have proper remedial services during the trek with professional staffs; first aid kit, oxygen bag and Helicopter service for emergency rescue whenever trekkers get physical Loss or altitude sickness. We have focused more on acclimatization days to get rid of altitude sickness too.

  • Best Season to Trek in Nepal:

  • Autumn (September - November) and Spring (March - May) is the best trekking season for the trekking and mountaineering in Nepal.  Weather is mostly clear and temperature is moderate which offers beautiful views without any obstruction. Spring collects beautiful flowers, plants and rare animals Walking is also very much suitable during this season. 
  • Summer (June - August) and Winter (December - February). Though Summer collects heavy monsoon rainfall it is very much clear to trek around Mustang, Dolpo and Nar- Phu valley since they are rain shadow areas.  Tibet is much more favorable for Tibet trek. Everest,  Langtang and Annapurna are always comfortable to trek even in winter season.
  • Experience & Fitness:

Trekking in Nepal for Everest View Trek  Base Camp does not require past experience, though we have challenging route in Everest compared to Annapurna our itinerary suggests to walk comfortable distances. Trekking in Himalayas always takes us to challenging altitudes and rocky routes, demands proper rest time and acclimatization to sustain their strength. We always have both listed properly in our itinerary. However certain training like Running, Skipping and other workout will definitely help you in roots.  

  • Acclimatization:

Altitude sickness is a significant risk when trekking on any trails above about 2500m. However good health, proper care and drinking plenty of water will definitely help you to prevent from altitude sickness. Every trekkers needs to be familiar with the heights so, for this we have life saving acclimatization days during the trek, peak climbing and expedition. We also provide certain medical support for your relief and emergency rescue through helicopter whenever guest require.

  • Eco Friendly: 

We only leave foot prints! Himalayan Magic Treks is very much concern agency on environment pollution and Global Warming. We are always serious and genuine towards our garbage during the trek especially in Camping type. We collect all the rubbish and deposit it to proper place to protect our environment. We also partake in every program conducted in KEEP Kathmandu Environmental Education Project. We also suggest all travelers to protect our environment and Stop Global Warming.  

  • Helping Hand:

Profit oriented is not only our priority! we have been helping some of ours very villagers from different corners of Nepal to sustain their social life and help them with education and required materials. We are always looking forward for interested candidates in this field to give helping hand to support and inspire them for their better beginning and good future. If you are interested please contact us: Info@himalayanmagic treks.com They really need us, Support us to be their Helping Hand.

  • Note:

We have tailor-made program for Everest View Trek. Days in the itinerary are always flexible, can be increased up - to 10 days & decreased up - to 5 days depending on your holiday and time schedule.We give our first priority to our guest’s health and well being around the route with no compromise. Trekking in Everest around the Himalayan region goes through unexpected complication like natural and health challenges resulting chances in the itinerary for your security during the trek by our professional guides and leader to take you to final point safe and sound so, please cooperate with your guide for you protection.Flights in the Everest region are very dedicated even in the best season due to bad weather so we request our travelers to carry luggage for extra days in Katmandu or in Lukla.

Day 01
Arrival Katmandu 1,400m, Welcoming by Himalayan Magic Treks member And direct transfer to Hotel in Kathmandu with Bed & Breakfast
Day 02
Sightseeing at Katmandu Valley Overnight at Kathmandu Hotel with Bed & Breakfast
Day 03
Domestic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla (2,840m). It takes 35 minuets Trek start to Phakding (2,610 m) 3 hours walk  to get there,Overnight at Lodge.(Breakfast,Lunch, Dinner)
Day 04
Trek to Namche Bazzar (3,440m) 5 hours. Overnight at Lodge.(Breakfast,Lunch, Dinner)
Day 05
Res day at Namche Bazzar for acclimatization. Overnight at Lode.(Breakfast,Lunch, Dinner)
Day 06
Trek to Khumjung Village (3,789 m) 4 hours. Overnight at Lodge.(Breakfast,Lunch, Dinner)
Day 07
Trek to Phortse Village (3,800 m)5/6 hours Overnight at Lodge.(Breakfast,Lunch, Dinner)
Day 08
Trek to Pangboche (3,940 m) 4hours Overnight at Lodge.(Breakfast,Lunch, Dinner)(Breakfast,Lunch, Dinner)
Day 09
 Trek to Kyangjuma (3,500 m) 5 hours. Overnight at Lodge.(Breakfast,Lunch, Dinner)
Day 10
Trek to Manjo  (2,835 m) 5 hours. Overnight at Lodge.(Breakfast,Lunch, Dinner)
Day 11
Trek to Lukla  5/6 hours. Overnight at Lodge.(Breakfast,Lunch, Dinner)
Day 12
 Morning Flight Back to Kathmandu (1,400 m) direct transfer to Hotel in Kathmandu. Free day in Kathmandu evening together farewell dinner with Typical Nepali Culture.
Day 13
Departure from Kathmandu to your onward destination.

The Trip cost will Vary Depending on the Group Size Duration of days and Services required please contact Us Via Our email info@himalayanmagictreks.com with your Details to Obtain a Quote.

Cost includes:

  • Airport Pick ups + drops by private transport
  • Flight fare Kathmandu/Lukla/Kathmandu(Guest+Guide) including all airport taxes.
  • All Transportation
  • 3 meals per day during the trek (Breakfast Lunch Dinner) including Tea or coffee
  • Accommodation on Tea House ( Lodge ) or provided Tents during the trek as mentioned in the trek type.
  • Accommodation in star Hotel in Kathmandu
  • High Experienced Government Licensed Guide and Necessary porter during the trek.
  • All Government local Taxes National park Fees
  • ( TIMS)Trekkers information Management System)
  • First Aid kit and general equipment for Porter
  • Guide and porter salary Staff insurance During the trekking and extra services according to the guest per Demand.
  • All organizational requirements
  • Duffle Bags refundable to protect your Luggage
  • Tour Certificate
  • Company T-shirt as a Souvenir
  • Farewell Dinner with Typical Nepali Restaurant

Cost excludes:

  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
  • Trekking equipment any type of personal expenses such as Alcoholic Beverage drinks,phone and Laundry.
  • Emergency Rescue and Travel Insurance.
  • Trip Cancellation cost accident or Health, Loss Theft or Damage and personal effects. we Advice you to take out personal Travel Insurance.
  • Tips
  • History

Before Nepal's emergence as a nation in the later half of the 18th century, the designation 'Nepal' was largely applied only to the Kathmandu Valley and its surroundings. Thus, up to the unification of the country, Nepal's recorded history is largely that of the Kathmandu Valley. References to Nepal in famous Hindu epics such as the Mahabharata, Puranas and also Buddhist and Jain scriptures, establish the country's antiquity as an independent political and territorial entity. The Vamshavalis or chronicles, the oldest of which was written during the 14th century, are the only fairly reliable basis for Nepal's ancient history. The Vamshavalis mention the rule of several dynasties the Gopalas, the Abhiras and the Kiratas over a stretch of centuries. However, no extant historical evidence has yet authenticated the rule of these legendary dynasties. The documented history of Nepal begins with the Changu Narayan temple inscription of King Manadeva I of the Lichavi dynasty, Malla Dynasty and Shah Dynasty, Unification of Nepal

  • Geography

Nepal is of roughly trapezoidal shape, 800 kilometres (497 mi) long and 200 kilometres (124 ) wide, with an area of 147,181 km2 (56,827 sq mi). See List of territories by size for the comparative size of Nepal. It lies between latitudes 26° and 31°N, and longitudes 80° and 89°E. Barun Valley – There are many such valleys in the Himalaya created by glacier flows. Kali Gandaki Gorge, the deepest gorge on earth. Nepal is commonly divided into three physiographic areas

  • Himalayan region: - The Northern part of Nepal is covered with snow clad mountains tops. It covers about 16% of the total area of the kingdom. The hills above 5,000 m. are all snow covered. There are several ranges in this region including Annapurna, Mahalangur, and Kubakarna etc and there are deep and narrow basins between these Himalayan ranges. The Himalayan ranges are famous for having various important peaks like Mt. Everest, Kanchenjunga, Makalu, Langtang, Dhaulagiri etc.
  • Hilly region: - The hilly region covers the half of the total area of the kingdom  67%.  It lies between the Terai and the Himalayan region. The Mahabharata range lies in this region and it is 6oo m. to 3000 m. from sea level. Mahabharata range is 1500 ti 3000 m. high. It lies in the middle part of the region and contains very important valleys like Kathmandu and Pokhara. 
  • Terai region: - The southern part of Nepal contains a broad belt of lowland and flat land known as the Terai Region. The Terai, including inner Terai, extended from east to west and is about 17% of the total area of the kingdom. In the north of this region the Shivalik range extended form west to east and contains stones, pebbles mixed with sand. 
  • Climate:

Climate of Nepal is roughly divided into five types:

Sub Tropical Monsoon Climate: -This climate is found up to the altitude of 1,200 m. With heat and dampness. The summer temperature never falls below 15 c.

Temperate Monsoon Climate: - It occurs between 1,200 to 2,100 m. of altitude. Winter are cold to sever but summer is warm. The temperature varies between 0 c. to 38 c. and average annual rainfall is 150 cm.

Cool Temperate Climate: - It occurs between 2,100 to 3,300m. It is warm in summer and cold in winter.

Alpine Climate: - The great Himalayas have an Alpine Climate with considerable dryness, which occurs between 3,300 to 5,000 m. of altitude. In this climate the winter 5,000 m. of altitude. In this climate the winter temperature is mostly below freezing point and summer temperature approximately 15 c. and rainfall is 50 cms. , mostly in form of snow.

Tundra Climate: -This type of climate is very cold throughout the year. It occurs between 3,500 to 5,00m. There is always snow above 5,000m.

  • People

According to the Central Bureau of Statistics, the total population of Nepal was 26,427,99 in 2007. The population comprises people of more than 100 multiple ethnic groups who speak about 93 different languages and dialects which are further divided into different castes. The distinction in caste still plays a significant part in a Nepali’ life when it comes to marriage. Some of the main ethnic groups are:

Gurungs and Magars who live mainly in the western region; Rais, Limbus and Sunwars who live in the eastern middle hills; Sherpas, Manangbas and Lopas who live near the mountains of Everest, Annapurna and Mustang respectively; Newars who live in and around the Kathmandu valley; Tharus, Yadavas, Satar, Rajvanshis and Dhimals who live in the Tarai region; and Brahmins, Chhetris and Thakuris generally spread over all parts of the country.

Nepali is the official language of the state, spoken and understood by almost all the people of Nepal. English is spoken by many in government and business offices. It is the mode of education in most private schools of Kathmandu and some other cities.

  • Culture and Religion

The overwhelming majority of the Nepalese population follows Hinduism. Shiva is regarded as the guardian deity of the country. Nepal is home to the famous Lord Shiva temple, the Pashupatinath Temple, where Hindus from all over the world come for pilgrimage. According to mythology, Sita Devi of the epic Ramayana was born in the Mithila Kingdom of King Janaka Raja. Lumbini is a Buddhist pilgrimage site and UNESCO World Heritage Site. Traditionally it is held to be the birthplace in about 563 B.C. of Siddhartha Gautama, a Kshatriya caste prince of the Sakya clan, who, as the Buddha Gautama, gave birth to the Buddhist tradition. The Buddha, born as a Hindu, is also said to be a descendant of Vedic Sage Angirasa in many Buddhist texts. How ever people of Nepal do follow Christianity, Muslim religion and other.

  • Currency

Nepali currency is name as Rupee. Rupees come with Rs.1, 2, 5, 10, 25, 50, 100, 500 and 1000 adorned on the notes and coins in 25 paisa, 50 paisa, 1 rupee, 5 rupee and 10 rupee coins.  You can exchange your currency in Hotels, Money exchange and Bank with commission deducted for the money exchange at Nepal currency exchange rate. Working hour starts from 10.00 am to 3.30 pm Sundays 10.00 am to 12.00 pm on Fridays. Saturday is weekend holiday.  All major cards are accepted for tourist services. There is usually a 5% mark-up on top of the price.

  • Visa

Visa can be obtained on arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu, at border entry points in Kakadvitta, Birgunj, Bhairahawa, Nepalgunj, Gaddachowki on Nepal-India border and Kodari on Nepal-China border. Nepalese diplomatic missions and consulates abroad provide the visa in Nepal. It can be extended at the Department of Immigration, Kalikasthan, and Kathmandu. Kids under the age of ten years require no Visa  fee.  Interested travelers are requested to fill a visa form with passport photograph. So, please download form from the link and get ready while you are passing through the immigration Point.

  • Visa Application form

Multiple entry 15 days - US$ 25 or equivalent convertible currency

Multiple entry 30 days - US$ 40 or equivalent convertible currency

Multiple entry 90 days - US$ 100 or equivalent convertible currency

  • Tourist Visa Extension

Tourist visa can be extended for a maximum period of 150 days in a single visa year (January – December).

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