Everest Panorama Trek 07 Days is a short, easy trek which contains of breathtaking views of world’s highest peaks. Visitors can enjoy the exciting panorama view of Mt. Everest that includes Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Thamserku, Mt. Ama Dablam and Mt. Everest itself. This trek is specially designed to the visitors who are afraid to travel to extreme altitudes because of the altitude sickness but also want to trek to Everest. This trek is also commonly known as Everest view trek. The best time for this trek is considered as Spring and Autumn.
Everest Panorama Trek 07 Days introduces you to the Sherpa villages where you can be familiar with the lifestyle and the hospitality of the local people. You can enjoy their culture along with the great views of monasteries and mountains on your side. As the trek takes place inside the area of Sagarmatha National Park, you can also check out the varieties of flora and faunas.
Everest Panorama Trek 07 Days begins with a 30 minutes scenic flight to Lukla and then trek to Phakding which leads to Namche Bazaar. You can acclimatize a day at Namche Bazaar exploring its natural beauty. Then you continue towards Tengboche with the great view of Nuptse, Kantega on the way and return to Namche Bazaar. On the way to Namche Bazaar, you will come across the beautiful Khumjung village with monasteries. Then you march towards Lukla ending your trek. You will get to capture a lot of memories during this trek.
Day 01:Flight from Kathmandu (1300m) to Lukla (2850m) and trek to Phakding (2620m)
Duration of time: 3-4 hours
At first, you will go to Lukla by the flight which goes on for 30 minutes. You will arrive at the lodging in Lukla and have some morning meals . On the off chance that you’ve hired a local porter, you will meet him. After the settlement, you will begin your hiking. From Lukla you will go to the north from the runway to Chheplung (2670m). You should cross the Thadokoshi River(2550). Just after passing the bridge, you can see the Kusum Kanguru peak(6367m) which may be somewhat hard to climb. Far away from the Thadokoshi River, the path goes upwards to Ghat (2580m). During this journey you can see the stones that are cut with Tibetan Buddhism six words which are known as Mani stones. You will proceed with the move to reach Phakding village which is appealing.
Overnight at lodge in Phakding
Day 02:Phakding(2620m) to Namche Bazaar(3460m)
Duration of time: 6-7 hours
Today, through the path of Dudh Koshi river() alongside pine forests, you will begin the second day of your hike. You will cross the 5 suspension bridges on your approach to Namche. You can see the captivating village Banker Manjo(5364m),which is the headquarters of Sagarmatha National Park. Subsequent to going through the last bridge, you will proceed with a 2 hours climb. On the path you will savor an interesting view of Mt Everest. At the entrance, you have to validate your permit. You will reach Jorsalle by climbing 15-20 minutes which is the last spot before Namche. Here you will have your lunch. At that point proceeding the trek you can see breathtaking views of Everest and Nuptse. A move through pine woods for 2 to 3 hours depending your speed prompts the promising and attractive village of the Namche Bazaar.
Overnight at lodge in Namche Bazaar
Day 03:Acclimatization and exploration in Namche Bazaar(3460m)
Duration of time: 2-3 hours
Today you will go on a climb around Namche Bazaar. Right off the bat you will visit the Hillary museum.On the trail you will see the Everest range which is considered as one of the mesmerizing viewpoints of the world. After half an hour, you will be proceeding with your journey to Syangboche Everest(3780m) view hotel where you can appreciate the impressive mountain views.You will be captivated by the clear range of Everest, Lhotse and different mountains. You will be enjoying your visit to Syangboche landing strip(3780m) from where you will move towards Khunde(3840m) passing stone Buddhist Monuments.Then you will descend to Namche.
Overnight at lodge in Namche Bazaar
Day 04:Namche Bazaar (3460m) to Tengboche(3860m)
Duration of time: 5-6 hours
Today you will proceed towards Tengboche. While heading to Tengboche ,the view on Everest and Ama Dablam(6812m) are especially exceptionally good. You can take a look at the spotted deer and bright Himalayan birds, specifically Daphne which are otherwise called Nepal’s national bird. The path ascends to Sanasa(3600m) and descends towards Phunki Thenga (3190m).Then you will reach the rhododendron and pine forests followed by the hill top village of Tengboche at 3870m .The scene is said to have impressive mountains like Everest, Nuptse, Kantega, Ama Dablam and many other peaks. During the hour of October and November, local individuals here observe Mani Rimdu celebrations during the full moon. You can likewise visit the religious monastery at the afternoon time.
Overnight at lodge in Tengboche
Day 05:Namche Bazaar (3460m) via Khumjung village(3790m)
Duration of time: 6-7 hours
After breakfast, you will descend down to Pungki Thanka and continue your hike towards Thame village where you get to visit friendly locales there. The hike takes about 4-5 hours. Then you will be climbing towards the steep way leading to Syangboche for 2 hours and then the path levels till Khumjung village where you can visit Hillary School and Khumjung monastery along with the peaks namely Kondge, Thamserku and Khumbila. Later you will take an easy route for descending down to Namche.
Overnight in Namche Bazaar
Day 06:Namche Bazaar(3460m) to Lukla(2850m)
Duration of time: 8 hours
After breakfast, you will travel towards the Hillary suspension bridge and afterward go through many villages nearby. The path leading to Lukla is flat and you will be descending approx. 600 meters.You will pass the Sagarmatha National Park and enjoy its scenic beauty. Then after you will reach Lukla at night.
Overnight at lodge in Lukla
Day 07:Fly from Lukla(2850m) to Kathmandu(1400m)
Duration of time:30-45 minutes
After a tasty breakfast in Lukla, we will catch a 30 minutes flight back to Kathmandu which indicates the finish of your trek. You can likewise have a great view at the hour of your flight. Following 30 minutes you will land at Kathmandu Airport and straightforwardly go to the inn to get some rest.
- Airport Pickup after Arrival in Kathmandu on Request
- All Land Transportation on Cozy Vehicle as per Itinerary
- 3 Meals per Day During the Trek (B L D) Including Tea or Coffee
- Domestic Flights (Kathmandu – Lukla – Kathmandu)
- An Experienced, English-Speaking and Government-Licensed Trek Leader and Assistant Trek Leader (6 Trekkers: 1 Assistant Guide)
- Porter Service (2 Trekkers: 1 Porter)
- All the Staff Salary, Insurance, Equipment, Domestic Airfare, Food and Accommodation
- Down Jacket and Sleeping Bag (To be returned after the Completion of the Trip)
- All the Required Paperwork, Documents and Trekking Permits (National Park Permit and TIMS)
- All the Local and Governmental Taxes
- Medical Kit (Carried by Trek Leader)
- Trekking Equipment
- Any Type of Personal Expenses such as Alcoholic Beverages, Phone Bills and Laundry
- Emergency Rescue and Travel Insurance
- Trip Cancellation Cost
- Accident or Health Issues
- Loss Theft or Damage of Personal Properties(We advice you to take out Personal Travel Insurance)
- Tips and Gratuities
We will be accommodated in star hotel or similar in Kathmandu and teahouse during the trek. All the accommodation are offered on twin-shared basis. Single accommodation can be provided on request but will cost an additional charge. The charge depends on the hotel you are staying.
Private rooms are readily available in Kathmandu, and the trekking region, except in high altitudes where there will be just dormitories. Usually there are no heaters in teahouse; they provide warm blanket. You can bring sleeping bag with extra liner for more comfort and warm. There is normally on electricity connection in the rooms unless the village has hydroelectric powers. The rooms and dining halls are connected with solar lighting. Most teahouses now have source of power to charge small appliances – mobile phones and cameras.
During Everest Panorama Trek, we get to taste authentic Nepalese cuisine and as well as the more common international cuisine (Tibetan, Continental, Italian, Indian, etc.) but the choice of foods are limited. We provide the “Breakfast & Dinner” from the teahouse or lodge where we will be spending overnight and lunch will be served on the way to next destination.
We also offer welcome and farewell dinner in Kathmandu. All the meals (B, L, D) will be provided during the trek but only the breakfast will be served in Kathmandu (except for welcome and farewell dinner).
Crown Himalaya Trek offers Chlorine/Iodine treated water during the trek. All the teahouses provide mineral water and boiled water for trekkers on additional charge. We suggest you not to buy mineral water or bottled water while on the trek as plastic bottles are difficult to dispose- off.
What to bring
Firstly, you need to carry some documents to purchase Sagarmatha National Park Permit and TIMS. Passport size phots and valid passport are required for the Permits. For Everest Panorama Trek 07 Days, you have to bring hiking boots, trousers, wind and water proof jacket and trousers, down jacket, sun glasses, hat, flash light, water bottle, refillable water and positive attitude. As it is difficult to find the charging port in high mountains, you need to bring back-up for your camera and mobile phones. Crown Himalaya Treks will arrange comprehensive medical kit for the trekkers.
This is very physical trip, meaning you will be walking on rough terrain, so pack as lightly as possible. Crown Himalaya Trek provide an experienced porter on (2 trekkers: 1 porter) basis. Your trekking gear will be carried by the porter in a duffel bag; the maximum of 15 kgs are carried by porters – 30 kgs by 2 porters. You can stock your unnecessary luggage in Kathmandu on absolutely free of cost.
Altitude sickness is the unusual physical condition that occurs at higher elevation (more than 2,000m) due to change in air pressures. The symptoms are nausea, diarrhea, dizziness and loss of appetite that may lead to more fatal conditions. Consult Crown Himalaya treks for more information about altitude sickness.
The Everest Panorama Trek itinerary offered by Crown Himalaya Treks offers ample time to acclimatize and rest. We walk on slow pace; taking proper rest which lets your body acclimatize well. We ensure our “trekkers” zero risk of altitude threat.
Physical Condition & Experience Requirements
Everest Panorama Trek is a moderate trek perfect for passionate hikers with the ability to walk at least 5 – 7 hours on mountain terrain with a light rucksack. With excellent physical condition, positive attitude, self-confidence and strong determination, anyone regardless of size and age can accomplish the trek successfully.
We suggest you to engage on physical training for few weeks prior the trip to boost your strength, stamina and confidence. Cardio, swimming, running and leg exercise are few recommended physical training to prepare yourself for the trek. Previous trekking experience is always an asset but not mandatory. And no technical skills are required as well.
Trekkers with pre-existing medical conditions like heart, lung and blood diseases are suggested to consult their doctor prior the trip.
Best Time to Trek
Everest Panorama Trek 07 Days is possible to conduct throughout the year but autumn (Sept to Nov) and spring (March – May) are considered as the best time of the year for the trek. If you want to avoid the traffic, you can enjoy the trek during winter (Dec, Jan and Feb). However, the extremely cold temperature and frequent snow-fall might distract the trek. Trekking in summer or Monsoon seasons (June – August) are full of rain; which might invite the risk of landslide and flood. But the rainy season could be paradise for keen botanist.
Crown Himalaya Treks will provide the complementary route map and T-shirt for the trekkers.