Everest view Trek

Facts of the Trip

Duration: 9 Days

Cost: USD $ 950 per person

Highest access: 3860m

Group Size: Min 2 to Max 14

Location: Khumbu - Everest

Grade: Classic - Moderate

Best season: March, April,May & Oct , Nov- Dec

Culture: Last Day Dinner with Typical Nepali Restaurant

Transportation: Flight + Private car in City

Accommodation: Tourist Standard Hotel in Kathmandu & Tea House

Meals: Breakfast - Lunch & Dinner + Tea or Coffee

  • Everest View Trek
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Everest View Panorama Trek 9 days with Amadablam Easy Everest View  Point Trek is located in Khumbu region access the getaway from Lukla to got to till Tyangboche Monastery and same way back towards to the destination. Everest Panorama Trek a special short trek because of world’s highest Mt. Everest to see within a week time. This trek takes you to the splendid view point of the Everest range. You’ll encounter lush valleys and extraordinary views of rivers, hikes over a suspension bridge and encounter spectacular view of Flora and Fauna. Mt. Everest is located border between Nepal and China and half side of the mountain also lies on each side border. Our journey will be start from Lukla which is a short and comparatively one of the easy trek to explore valleys, trails lead towards the alluring views of the Everest, Himalayan Range also  we can find many others neighboring mountains  peaks above 8000m. This is a supreme trekking for all those trekkers who want to explore and observe the scenic beauty of the Himalayan and culture of the inhabitants.

Everest View Trek begins with a flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. Lukla is one of the busiest mountain airports while lying at altitude of 2,828m. It serves as the gateway for the Everest region and we will start our trek through the Sagarmatha National Park, which contains diversity of Flora and Fauna. It will be the best opportunity to enjoy the sight of pine forest, Rhododendron flowers and wildlife on your way to Namche Bazaar (3,440m). After having an acclimation at Namche Bazaar you will continue your trek through Tengboche Monastery(3,860m) which is the home of the highest Buddhist monastery in the Khumbu region and considered  as best destination for the spiritual paths. Then we will head to the Khumjung Village where you can have marvelous village of the Sherpa people. Best destination to observe and discover the authentic Sherpa culture, traditional life style, Buddhist Monasteries, the rare yaks and the Hillary school. We’ll also make you familiar with the well-known myth of Yeti and who knows you might just see one too! From here we’ll go back to our hike than back to Lukla and along the way you can enjoy the last views of the incredible Himalayan range

Day 01
Arrival Kathmandu 1,310m, Welcome program by Himalayan Magic Treks member and direct transfer to Hotel in Kathmandu on Bed & Breakfast plan.
Day 02
Domestic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla (2,827m ). It takes 35 minuets flight to get Lukla than Trek to until Phakding (2,610m) 3 hours overnight at Lodge.
Day 03
Trek to Namche Bazar (3,440 m), 5 hours walking , Overnight at Lodge. (Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner)
Day 04
Trek to Khumjung Village (3,789m), 4 hours walking, Overnight at Lodge.(Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner)
Day 05
Trek to Tyangboche Monastery (3,860m) 5/6 hours walking, Overnight at Lodge. (Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner)
Day 06
Trek to Manjo (2,835m) 5 hours walking, Overnight at Lodge.(Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner
Day 07
Trek to Lukla (2,827m), 5/6hours walking, Overnight at Lodge. (Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner)
Day 08
Morning Flight Back to Kathmandu (1,310m) direct transfer to Hotel in Kathmandu .After Free in Kathmandu overnight at Hotel on Bed & Breakfast
Day 09
Departure from Hotel to Kathmandu Airport for your onward destination,  OR Extension Nepal Tour Packages ''Services END of Himalayan Magic Treks''

Trip Cost: USD $ 950 per person /pax

The Trip cost will be 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:

  •  4 times Airport picks up & Drops by private Car
  •  Flight fare Kathmandu / Lukla / Kathmandu (Guest +Guide)
  •  Airport taxes
  •  3 meals per day during the trek (Breakfast Lunch & Dinner) and Tea or Coffee
  • All accommodation Guest House (Lodge) during the trek
  • 2 night's Hotel in Kathmandu on Bed & breakfast Plan
  • An English Speaking Guide
  • Necessary Porter 1: 2 (one porter for two Guest), the porter will carry 20KG/ 25 KG your Luggage during the trekking
  • All Government local Taxes
  • Sagarmatha National park Fees
  •  (TIMS) Trekker’s information Management System
  •  First Aid kit Compulsory from Agency and general equipment for Porter during the Adventures Trip
  •  Guide and porter salary
  •  Guide & Porter insurance during the trekking
  • Duffle Bags refundable to protect your Luggage
  • Company T-shirt as a gift
  •  Tour Certificate
  •  Farewell dinner with Typical Nepali culture

Cost excludes:

  •  Lunch & dinner at Kathmandu
  • Trekking equipment any type of personal expenses such as all Bar Bills Alcoholic or non Alcoholic Beverage drinks, phone and Laundry
  • Emergency Rescue and Travel Insurance, Trip Cancellation cost accident or Health, Loss Theft or Damage and personal effects.
  •  Hot Shower
  • Tips

Emily

Everest base camp

Dates: From September 24 to October 16 2013

Itinerary: Kathmandu, Lukla, Phakding , Namche Bazar, Khumjung, Lukla, Chaurikharka, Bupsa, Basa (volunteering), Phaplu, Sete, Kenja, Deurali, Jiri, Kathmandu. (I need to check these against my notes ) Everest View Trek / Volunteering in Basa Village

My experience:I decided to go to Nepal on a bit of a whim. My good friends Suzanne and George had convinced me that I would love it and that the people at Himalayan Magic Treks were the best to help me plan my trip. Everyone (including me!) was surprised when I decided on September 2 to leave on September 22!I e-mailed Himalayan Magic Treks and by the next morning I had received an itinerary, including a guide and a porter and a week of teaching English in the remote village of Basa had been arranged. I confirmed my flights with Gopal and he assured me that my guide was the best (his son, Gadjendra), my porter was the best (their good friend, Gaurab). The guide, porter, accommodations, meals and coffee were all included in the price.

When I arrived at the airport in Kathmandu I was tired and a bit nervous, but as soon as I stepped out the airport doors, Gopal and Gadjendra were there to welcome me! Not only did they have a garland of flowers and a Himalayan Magic Treks sign, they also had a car and driver waiting and a hotel and dinner booked. From those first hours, when I took a warm shower in Kathmandu and had a nice dinner with Gopal, I felt confident that I would be well taken care of. Little did I know how well!

During the entire duration of this amazing trip, I was never asked to pay for any lodging or food during the hikes. Gadjendra discreetly and effectively took care of all the negotiations, bookings, last minute changes to my itinerary, ordering meals and even tea and coffee. Gaurab took my bag up to my room at every new tea house and picked it up in my room at every departure. Gaurab and Gadjendra never let me out of their sight unless I was happily chatting with a friend of theirs or had retired to my room. On the trails they made sure that we stayed together. In contrast to other tourists, who relied on their maps and good senses, we never got lost. When we arrived in Basa, I was warmly welcomed by my hosts and their children as well as by the school and the community. Needless to say that our arrival had been tracked along the trails of the Himalaya for a few days!

At the school I soon found that these beautiful children would learn very little from me without some help from an interpreter. Gadjendra was amazing! We gave classes together and, to a very large extent, he spent as much energy and time as I did – both in the classroom and in preparations.The trek out of the Himalaya, from Basa to Jiri was as sad as it was wonderful. By then Gadjendra, Gaurab and I were good friends. We had fun hiking and we took a lot of pictures! We hung our numerous prayer scarves on bridges and near stupas at the top of the trails.

We arrived in Jiri in the rain and were told by many tourists that it was impossible to get a bus to Kathmandu, but by then I was confident in Himalayan Magic Treks ability to do anything. Within an hour, Gadjendra and Gaurab had us booked in a compact van to Kathmandu at 6 am the next day. A much smoother ride than in the big crowded busses!

In Kathmandu, Gopal met us at the (very nice!) hotel and invited me to eat at his home. Gadjendra - who must have been exhausted by then! – came with me back to Tamil district to shop for souvenirs and ensure that I got the best deals. We then all went to dinner at a traditional Nepalese restaurant.

Gopal and Gadjendra were even there to see me off at the airport at 7 the next morning. My heart was heavy as I boarded the plane and still is more than a week later.

Without Gadjendra I would have experienced Nepal as an isolated outsider miming my way to ensuring my survival. With his patient, gracious and generous help, I was able to be a guest in local family homes, sit around the fire and listen to grandmothers and grandfathers tell stories and give advice. I was able to play with the kids and have very enriching conversations with community leaders. With Gajendra as a tireless interpreter and cultural guide, I made a lot of friends!

By the end of my time in Basa my heart was full of these bright children’s laughter and smiles. I had learnt a few words of Nepali and they had learnt (to their credit) an impressive amount of English. I felt like Basa had let me in and shared a part of its self with a clumsy tourist. To know the magic of Nepal, you have to have been there. It would not be fair of me to try to explain the wind, the cucumbers, the children playing, the cool clear night sky or the fireflies. Nor could I ever do justice to the sight of a snowy peak at the end of a long climb or to the sound of clear rushing rivers roaring under a foot bridge.

To have been there is to carry Nepal in your heart.

Thanks to Himalayan Magic Treks I had a life-changing experience in Nepal. I will never forget the new friends I made and I will forever be grateful to Gadjendra, Gaurab and HMT for making it all happen!

Danyabad!

Love, love, love

Emily

Acute Mountains Sickness (AMS) sign:

Headache, often with the loss of appetite, nausea vomiting, tiredness, dizziness, distributed sleep. What to do? Stay at height for 1-2 days in lower place to acclimatization, descend or use diamox (250mg every 12 hours).

HACE signs:

Severe headache, loss of balance/coordination, staggering, irrational behavior, confusion, drowsiness, coma, death (Sometimes in a few hours)
What to do? Check with straight-line heel-to-toe walking.  HACE victims cannot do it. DESCEND immediately, even at night, at least 1000m with someone else, oxygen, Gamow bag, keep patient warm, diamox to be safe also take hot garlic soup

HAPE Signs:

Breath (even at rest), dry cough/pink or rusty spit, blue lips/nails, very tired, low fever, gurgling breath, drowsy, coma, death.
What to do? See HACE + nifedipine

PREVENTION:

Ascend slow (300-500m/day) don’t exert yourself, eat high carbohydrate foods, drink lots of water and locals recommend garlic soup avoid alcohol and caffeine. Our Guide will more taking care of you as well as giving better suggestion during the Trek

Safety FIRST:

Sprains and stains

Probably the most common accident in the area, Steep terrain and rough trails may cause many people strain their knees and ankles. Remember stretch before you start walking, take your time avoid trekking in the night time, and bring joint support bandages if you require hem.

Health posts. There are at least one health post in every VDC of the Area. This facility is open to trekkers who require medical attention. A novel a you can help the Health post is to leave any unwanted medicines at the center at the end of your trek. This may help other fellow trekkers ho need urgent medical care.

Rescue operation- how to be prepared?

We will be serious in this case to protect our clients in the Mountain and it should be able to organize a rescue evacuation for you quickly in your critical situation. If not the following precautions may prevent a long wait for a helicopter for rescues during emergency.

 Have travel insurance and carry your insurance policy number with you.

 Carry a credit card with you.
 Do the coordination with your Tour Guide to connection with responsible person of HMT to quick Rescue services to save your Life
 Clients should keep in touch with Company Manager during your travel time and do not trust only Guide for this Emergency case
 Guest should be able to check First aid kit with your Guide , who goes to Mountains to guiding you and avoid trekking on your own.

Other problems:

•    Sick, Doctors at VDC health posts
•    Helicopter evacuation, you have to call in Kathmandu HMT Office 01-4378206 or 9849166578 (Nabin) directly with your guide support
-    Have a credit card and travel insurance number
•    Donkeys/Mules/yak: stay on the uphill side of these beasts.
•    Leeches: stay on trail use salt to get rid of them, avoid the monsoon season.
•    Full lodges: stop early don’t arrive in a place with 1-2 lodges at dusk, carry a tent
•    Hypothermia: when cold and or wet. Starts with shivering, progressing to slurred speech, stumbling, confusion, death
•    Iodine tablets: Use 1 tablet per liter and wait 30 min. Hide foul taste with lemon or orange flavored powder.
•    Boiled and filtered water fairly safe but not so good if boiled with firewood
•    Your own water filter would be recommended during the Trek

Reducing pollution and environmental impacts

•    Carry out what you carry in
•    Take your empty batteries home stay / eat in loges than cook in gas/kerosene and have solar showers
•    Order the same food for several people at the same time to cooking easily to saving time to reach for destination on time without any risk
•    Wear warm clothes rather than having the rooms heated
•    Don’t defecate new after sources
•    Dump garbage only at proper bins or pits
•    A high altitudes (4000m) do not even throw way biodegradable junk
•    Do not disturb wildlife
•    Do not hurt or remove animals and plants in the protected areas
•    Do not buy items made from wildlife parts; It will be illegal in the sum of dangerous case
•    Don’t accept “free” plastic bags.

Important to take along

•     Copy of passport, travel insurance and entry permit should have always with you or Guide
•    Credit card (in case of evacuation)
•    Iodine tablets, water bottle sunscreen, long-sleeved shirt, ha sun glasses, lip balm, insect repent.
•    Warm clothes, thermal underwear, gloves, good boos, trekking pole (optional)

Culturally acceptable behavior

You are a guest In Nepal and it is appreciated if you behave like one:
•    Dress decently (no short shorts or revealing clothes) and respect the peoples and their culture
•    Do not show affection in public
•    Do not buy antiques
•    Do no point your feet (unclean) to people and point with full hand not with one  finger
•    Do not step over persons
•    Do not touch or step over offerings (re powder, flowers/rice)
•    Do not use your left hand ( dirty)
•    Receive and give with two hands
•    Ask permission before taking people’s photographs.
•    Do not ask local kids for school pens or sweets (don’t give either)
•    Discourage begging, pay fair prices
•    Take off your shoes before entering a monastery
•    Go clockwise around Stupas, Temples or world Heritage sides etc
•    Do not eat smoke or be loud a religious sites
•    Women should avoid touching monks/lamas

Some National Park activities:

Together with local communities
•    Visitor centers:  info + leaflets on local villages and culture, local guided tours, festival dates. In Jorsalle- Check post
•    Everest Eco Museum at Namche Bazaar Local culture, nature, geology
•    Garbage/pollution control: awareness, incinerators clean-up campaigns, toilets.
•    National Park: tree planting oil conservation river bank protection biodiversity surveys and projection.
•    Alternative emery; micro Hyde plans, solar water heaters, light etc.
•    Trail improvement: widening, paving, bridges, signs.
•    Agriculture and endear development community infrastructure.
•    Health services support
•    Conservation education
•    Heritage conservation
•    Lodge management and training
•    Training of guides and porters
•    Signs and notice boards
•    Safe drinking water stations

October, 2017

Departure DateAvailabilityDurationCost/PersonJoin Group
October 2Seat Available 9 daysUSD $ 950
October 8Seat Available 9 daysUSD $ 950
October 10Seat Available 9 daysUSD $ 950
October 15Seat Available 9 daysUSD $ 950
October 17Seat Available 9 daysUSD $ 950