Overview for Everest Panoramic Trek In Nepal
- Trip Code: CT-10015
- Package: Everest Panoramic Trek In Nepal
- Duration: 7 Day(s)
- Max Alt.: 3,720m/12,201ft
- Trip Level:
BeginnerRequires no prior experience and fits for people with basic physical ability
- Group Size: Min. 2- Max. 12
- Start At: Kathmandu
- Ends At: Kathmandu
- Transportation: Domestic Flight | Private Vehicle
- Accommodation: Hotel | Guest House
- Best Season: March- April- May- Aug- Sep- Oct- Nov- Dec- January & Feb.
- Trip Route: Lukla- Namche Bazzar- Everest view Hotel- Syangboche - Lukla
- Thrilling flight to Lukla from Kathmandu
- Crossing Dudh Koshi river via Hillary suspension bridge, named after one of the two people to climb the summit for Everest for the first time
- One of the most important trading posts of the Everest region, Namche Bazzar
- Encounter with amazing flora and fauna such as Himalayan Yak, Danfe, and Rhododendron forests.
- Jaw dropping views of Himalayan ranges of Everest region of nepal such as Thamserku (6623m), Ama Dablam (6812m), Nuptse (7861m), Cho Oyu (8188m), Lhotse (8516m), Island Peak (6160m)
This is considered to be the shortest trek available in the Everest Region in Nepal. If you're in short of time but still want to take a thrilling flight to Lukla airport and enjoy the amazing panoramic views of everest and other several Great Himalayan ranges, then this might be the perfect trip for you. To know more about cost of everest panorama trek, best season to trek everest panorama in Nepal then you can drop us email at email@example.com or simply fill the contact form for free consultation.
The Everest Region lies within one of the UNESCO Natural World Heritage sites of the world as being the region to have the highest peak in the world, Mount Everest and home to many flora and faunas. The whole trip is memorable, but the journey is what makes this trekking in Nepal filled with immense pleasures. The Everest Panorama trek offers a mesmerizing experience of natural wonders, unique geographical phenomena, and beautiful cross-cultural discovery. We hike alongside the river Dudh Koshi and cross the famous Hillary suspension bridge, named after one of the first people to reach the summit of Everest as our journey begins.
The Everest Panorama trek offers some amazing panoramic views of the great Himalayan ranges including Mt Everest, (8,848m), Mt Lhotse (8,749m), Nuptse (7,861m), Ama Dablam (6,856m), Labuche (6,119), Thamserku (6,608m), Kangtega (6,685m), and Pumo Ri (7,165m). This short trek is perfect fit for those who’re in short of time or physically incapable of traveling the strenuous journey to the Everest Base Camp yet want to see Mount Everest and other great Himalayan ranges. The Everest region is also famous for the Himalayan Tahr and Yaks that can be seen along the trails of Everest Panorama trek and if you're lucky you might encounter the Himalayan Monal also known as Danfe in its splendor and beauty. It is also the national bird of Nepal and they're can be witnessed at the hotels of Namche Bazzar quite often.
Trip Itinerary of Everest Panoramic Trek In Nepal
Arrival to Kathmandu
One of the staffs from Core Treks will pick you up from the airport and take you to a hotel. The hotels are three-star or above based on the preference of the client. We will have a brief session about our trek and a little bit of sightseeing or shopping around the streets of Thamel. Overnight at hotel.
Flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and hike towards Phakding
This is one of the most dramatic and thrilling short flight experience in the world. The total flight duration of this scenic flight will be around 30 minutes. After landing at Lukla, the trail opens out to reach towards first stop after 3-4 hours of hike, Phakding village. During this hike we will be walking alongside the Dudh Koshi river whose water source is one of our prime destinations, the Gokyo Lake. The walk here is pretty easy and after passing through some small villages, we will reach to Phakding.
Important Note: Lukla flights have been diverted to Ramechhap instead of Kathmandu according to the recent notice from Aviation Authority. The drive from Kathmandu to Ramechhap is about 4h to 5h (140km) via B.P.Highway. We will be preparing very early in the morning for the drive to Ramechhap in order to catch early flights. Read more about Lukla flights diversion here.
Phakding to Namche Bazzar
After breakfast at Phakding the trek begins towards a mountain town of Namche Bazzar. Several small settlements and villages are crossed in route towards Namche Bazzar. The trekking route passes through the Sagarmatha National Park which carries the virtues such as its alpine woods, streams, and rhododendron tress. Namche Bazzar is the commercial hub of the Khumbu region because of its location and topography. It is one of the biggest towns in the Everest region.
Hike to Syanboche
A short hike towards Syangboche is done after breakfast. The panoramic view of the great Himalayan ranges such as Mount Everest (8848m), Mt Lhotse (8749m), Nuptse (7861m), Ama Dablam (6856m), and Labuche (6119m) can be seen from here. Further from Namche lies the Everest View Hotel which is a hotel located at the highest altitude on earth.
Namche Bazzar to Lukla
We will be heading back to Lukla via the same trail we used while ascending towards Namche Bazzar. The trail will be much easier comparatively as it is going downhill, and the altitude goes further down. As we reach to Lukla, we rest for the day as our flight will be early next morning.
Lukla to Kathmandu
The flight is usually held during morning hours. The flight will be 30 minutes long and our travel comes to an end. After landing, travelers are taken back to the hotel where you shall stay overnight. Core treks will host a dinner this night where guests will be able to taste the traditional Nepali cuisine along with some cultural dance at the venue.
The day has come and after bidding our goodbyes a representative from Core Treks will transport you to Tribhuvwan International Airport around 2 hours before your flight departure.
- Airport transfers by Private Vehicles.
- Standard twin- sharing accommodation in a three starts hotel in Kathmandu, breakfast included. (2 Nights).
- Twin sharing accommodation during trek. (5 Nights).
- Round trip flight Kathmandu – Lukla / Lukla – Kathmandu including departure taxes.
- Three daily meals with tea/coffee (breakfast, lunch and dinner) during the trek.
- TIMS Fee- Trekkers' Information Management System & Trekking permit (Please bring 2 passport size photos).
- One highly experienced, helpful and friendly guide. Porters (1 porter for 2 people) and their food, accommodation, salary and equipment. Accident insurance for all staff
- Farewell dinner in a traditional Nepali restaurant with cultural performances.
- Personal care & attention.
- Local and government taxes.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
The Everest Panorama Trek is comparatively easier than other treks that takes place around the Everest region. However, the trek is still considered as a moderate trek and elevates up to 3880m.
Yes, the Everest Panoramic Trek in Nepal is safe. You do not need to worry about the safety as the trek is focused on the panoramic sightseeing and exploring the life of mountain people.
As the name suggests, the trekking is for sightseeing around the trading capital of Namche Bazaar. Some major highlights of the trip are:
- Tengboche Monastery
- Mt. Everest Panorama view
- Cultural world heritage sites and
The life of mountain people
The food is generally our traditional Nepali lunch which is Dal (Lentil Soup), Bhat (Boiled Rice), Tarkari (Veggies), and Achar (Pickle). You will be certainly staying in the most relaxed and tranquil accommodation facilities. We have a range of hotels, lodges and campaign options.
To book the Everest Panorama trek in Nepal, CoreTreks offers you a number of booking options including:
- Online booking
- Wire transfer OR,
- Cash on arrival.
We recommend you to go through our booking policy (link) before you head to the payment. For further inquiries and information, please feel free to contact us.
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Here are some links to useful information to help you plan your trip better:
- Travel Insurance
- Trek Packing List
- Responsible Tourism
- Free Travel Guide (New)
CoreTreks is always striving for customer satisfaction and quality services. At the same time, we do not compromise on our responsibilities. We discourage any activities that harm the surroundings as well as the people. Nepal is a country of respect, hence we encourage travelers to greet people and show respect to the culture and traditions.
Symptoms of Altitude Sickness may start once you reach 1500-2000 meters and upwards. If you gain altitude rapidly without letting your body adapt to the thin oxygen at higher altitudes, you are most likely to suffer from Altitude Sickness. But if you plan for acclimatization days to your itinerary, you are good to go.
The itinerary includes acclimatization days to avoid Altitude Sickness. The sickness is common at high altitudes. Please note that sickness is a topic to be taken very seriously. Here are some few extra preventions:
- Avoid climbing rapidly, give your body some time to adjust
- Drink more water, not less than 5 liters a day
- Eat more, eat often, and eat healthily
- Listen to your body, do not ignore symptoms
- Do not skip acclimatization days
- Be prepared in case of an emergency
Safety and Security
A comprehensive Travel Insurance is mandatory while trekking with CoreTreks. However, there are a few measures that you can implement to ensure safety:
- Secure your belongings
- Do not flash cash or jewelry
- Have an emergency plan
- Do not trek alone
- Only choose authorized trekking agencies
CoreTreks will provide you with the essentials such as a Down jacket, four seasonal sleeping bags, a duffle bag, a t-shirt, a trekking map, a self-sufficient medical first aid kit, and more. These are to be returned after completion of the trek.
Personal mountaineering gears are not included but we will provide you with a list of equipment necessary for your trek.
On average, walking time per day is 5-6 hours below 3,000m. For altitudes higher than 3,000m the average walking time is 3-5 hours per day. The walking hours may vary according to conditions but do not exceeds 6 hours mark per day.
Hiring a Porter/Guide
An experienced guide will be provided for a group of 1-5. A group consisting of 6-12 individuals will be provided with 2 professional guides. The package also includes a porter for every 2 individuals.
All our guides are licensed and well-experienced. They have been guiding with CoreTreks for almost a decade. Guides come in handy whenever you need some quick information, and to enhance overall trekking experience.