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8-Day Everest Panorama Trek

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2 - 3 $1,000
4 - 8 $900
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Duration
8 days
Max. Elevation
3867m
Group Size
Minimum 1
Level
Easy
Transportation
Ground & Air
Best Season
March to May, September to February
Accomodation
Tea Houses Lodges
Meals
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Starts at
Kathmandu
Ends at
Kathmandu
Trip Route
Kathmandu- Lukla-Phakding-Namche-Tengboche-Khumjung-Monjo-Lukla- Kathmandu

Highlights

  • An exclusive country walks amidst beautiful scenery of world’s highest peaks.
  • Enchanting forest lined with serene tall rhododendrons, oaks, pines and fir trees.
  • Exciting short, scenic adventures to high and picturesque Tengboche Monastery.
  • Sweeping flights both ways with unparalleled panorama of Himalayan range.
  • Enjoy the glorious panorama of Everest from scenic location at Tengboche.

Overview

Everest Panorama Trekking of a week duration, a perfect country for a high altitude walk. Where all age groups, from families with young kids, and elderly ones, can enjoy. As well as the school, college groups, and corporate executives will be a great experience with refreshing holidays. 
Everest Panorama Trekking is an enjoyable short and scenic adventure in the close shadow of majestic Mt. Everest. As well as other famous giant mountains and the striking peak of Ama Dablam. 
A great country walks in harmony with the Sherpa impressive cultures of Tibetan Buddhism. The walk follows a gradual path, starting from the town of Lukla and heading towards lovely villages. An enjoyable walk observing the traditional heritage of farm life and encountering religious monuments with an interesting prayer wall.
As the trek progresses then enter the UNESCO World Heritage Site at Sagarmatha National Park entrance. Sagarmatha is for Everest in Nepal, and the native Sherpa name is Chomolungma, which means a great ocean of mothers in both languages.
The trail follows to cross exciting bridges amidst lovely forest surroundings and then reaches the high Namche Bazaar. 
The hub of the Khumbu Sherpa, a colorful Saturday market, is held once a week. Hence, the name Namche Bazaar is a perfect place for a rest day. As well as for acclimatization before heading toward our final destination at Tengboche Monastery.
From Namche Bazaar, the adventure leads on a winding scenic trail facing glorious views of Himalayan peaks. Then, the trail climbs to the picturesque location at Tengboche and the colorful monastery.
Tengboche, is located in a scenic environment within a lovely coniferous and deciduous forest with the grand panorama of Everest. Includes an array of snow peaks that surround Tengboche and the monastery. Tengboche is also a sacred spot for a colorful festival called ‘Mani Rimdu’, held once a year in the autumn season.
Enjoy the tour of the monastery of great religious and cultural interest within the backdrop of the towering snow-mountain range. 
After enjoying a wonderful moment at Tengboche, with the Everest Panorama, then for the return journey to Lukla.
On the way back, explore the traditional Khumjung village located on a wide glacial valley. Then, downhill to Namche Bazaar and back to Lukla for the last overnight around the Khumbu and Everest. 
A scenic, swift flight brings you to Kathmandu after a most exciting experience on Everest Panorama Trekking.  

Outline Itinerary

Day 01: Fly to Lukla 2,860 m and trek to Phakding 2,610 m-04 hrs. 
Day 02: Trek to Namche Bazaar 3,440 m-06 hrs. 
Day 03: Rest day in Namche Bazaar for acclimatization with short hike.
Day 04: Trek to Tengboche Monastery 3,867m-05 hrs. 
Day 05: Trek to Khumjung Village 3,790 m-05 hrs. 
Day 06: Trek to Monjo 2,880 m via Namche Bazaar-06 hrs.
Day 07: Trek to Lukla and transfer to a lodge-04 hrs.
Day 08: Fly to Kathmandu and transfer to hotel. 

THE BEST SEASONS FOR EVEREST PANORAMA TREKKING:
For Everest Panorama treks, can enjoy the walks around all seasons of the year except the wet monsoon and summer times. The right favorable and the best seasons are spring and autumn/fall.
Spring begins in early March and ends in May, where most days are bright with sunshine for longer hours. From early 6:30 am till 5 pm, but can get cloudy afternoon sometimes with chances of light snowfall.
Cold morning, late afternoon, and night times, as well with an extra wind-chill factor above 3,000 meters. The afternoon sun is bright with strong UV (ultraviolet) and requires sunblock’s, sunglasses, hats, and long-sleeved tops. 
Spring is a lively time when wildflowers are in seasonal blooms, mainly the rhododendrons of various species and colors. 
The next best season is autumn/fall, from September to November, most days are fine and clear for views and walks. But much colder morning, late afternoon, and nighttime, chances of snowfall sometimes. Can get extra cold from the afternoon wind chill factor, however a pleasant season of autumn/fall for Everest base camp treks. Interested people can enjoy Everest Panorama Trek, during the winter time of the Christmas and New Year holidays, despite the cold. Most days are fine with sunshine and get dark sooner due to winter and limited hours of sunlight. 
But freezing temperatures in the morning, late afternoon, and nighttime, but enjoyable walks encountering fewer groups of trekkers.

FOODS, ACCOMMODATION ON EVEREST PANORAMA TREKKING

Trekkers will be surprised to find various standards of lodge accommodation en route to Everest Panorama Trek at Tengboche Monastery. 
Starts and ends the treks at Lukla, visitors have the options as per one's budgets. From simple tourist standards to moderate and Luxury deluxe lodge accommodations, having attached baths and toilets. 
Most standard lodge provides common baths and toilets. Extra charge for using hot showers, the toilets for common use. The pipeline and plumbing systems freezes, due to minimum morning and night cold temperatures. 
Dining rooms are large and cozy with a fireplace to keep the environment warm, while you enjoy the meals.  All lodges provide a comprehensive food menu, which includes a wide variety of breakfasts, from oats, porridge, and cornflakes. Bread, Chapatti, Pancakes with choices of eggs from scrambled, boiled, poached, and omelets. Followed by hot refreshing drinks, tea, coffee, and drinking chocolates. Lunch and dinner with a list of continental, Indian, Nepali, Chinese, and Tibetan/ Sherpa foods. Some lodge restaurants also provide Mexican, Italian, Japanese, and Korean foods, including fresh bakery items. All dining rooms are bright with lamps run by local hydroelectricity or from solar power. Some lodges also provide free internet or Wi-Fi, it is quite slow and disturbing. Due to landscapes and weather conditions on designated overnight stops. 
For large groups of more than 4 people, the best to order a set menu, which saves time and fuel energy. As well as following the norms of Eco or Responsible Tourism.

RELIGION AND CULTURES AROUND KHUMBU AND EVEREST PANORAMA TREKS:

Although Nepal is dominated by 75% Hindu religion, the higher mountains around the Himalayan range. The Sherpa highlanders of Everest, are interwoven with Buddhist religion and cultures. Trekkers can notice every house adorned with Buddhist prayer flags and the village trail lined with religious monuments. Like the prayer stone walls and spinning wheels, with large boulders engraved with prayer inscriptions.
Trekkers will have time to visit the monasteries en route, like the famous Tengboche Monastery. The Sherpa follows the same Buddhist religion and traditions, similar to the early Tibetan predecessors.  

Important Note

Short Trek Profile:

Mode of Trekking:    In the best available lodge, and guest house.
Grade of Trekking:   Moderate with Ups and Downhill.
Trekking Region:      Nepal Far North Mid-East around high Khumbu region.
Highest Points:      At Tengboche 3,867m/12,687 feet.                                              
Trekking Duration:  07 Nights and 08 Days from Kathmandu to Kathmandu.
Please Note:
Trekkers joining for Everest Panorama Trekking, or any other adventures around high Khumbu. The flight to Lukla or vice-versa from Kathmandu, could get diverted to another airport at Manthali Town, Ramechap. Due to busy air traffic at Kathmandu airport during high seasons of spring March to May. Including the autumn/fall of September to November, if the flight gets diverted to Manthali small airport in Ramechap. Which is approx. 154 km driving distance of 3-4 hours from Kathmandu to Manthali Town and vice-versa. In this situation we might have to stay overnight in the local hotel at Manthali. For an early morning flight to Lukla, the other options are driving to Manthali, Ramechap early morning by 2-3 pm. To reach on time to catch the flight to Lukla. 
In this case, extra cost will incur, As well as for using Helicopter service, if needed with bad weather condition for flights to and from Lukla, Kathmandu. 
People who are interested for the colorful festival Mani Rimdu, can contact Treklanders Adventures. For more information and details, as well as for the right dates for the festival event. As well as for trek departures to attend the Mani Rimdu Festival. 

Trip Itinerary

Morning with early breakfast, a short drive to Kathmandu domestic airport. After checking in at respective airlines, and then boarding in a small 

aircraft for sweeping, scenic short flight to Lukla. During air breathtaking panorama of Himalayan peaks with views of Everest, Lhotse and Makalu. 

As plane makes landing at Lukla’s Tenzing & Hillary Airport, after getting organized with the baggage. Have a short refreshing rest, and then start the first day trek, following the lead guide. As the route heads through Lukla town,with down and ups past nice villages to reach Phakding for overnight halt. 


Max. altitude

2860 m.

Accomodation

Tea Houses Lodges

Meals

Lunch & Dinner

Today a pleasant walk for first half, en route to Namche Bazaar after a good breakfast. The trail follows on gradual down with short climb and crossing bridges to reach Monjo Village. Then enter Sagarmatha National Park, listed in the World Heritage Sites as one of the highest park. Enriched with exotic flora/fauna and famous world’s highest peaks, the walk then leads across the bridge above Dudh Koshi River. Reaching a small settlement at Jorsalle for lunch stop, afternoon walk on the river bank. Covered in dense trees of rhododendron and pines as the trail heads up to cross a high bridge. From the bridge, an undulating climb of few hours to Namche Bazaar for two overnights. 

Max. altitude

3440 m.

Accomodation

Tea Houses Lodges

Meals

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

An extra day on this lovely spot in Namche Bazaar, the hub of Khumbu villagers. Where once a week a Saturday market held, hence the name as Namche Bazaar, a great place for rest day. Enjoy a short hike to support acclimatization before heading higher terrains, a nice walk on top of Namche Bazaar. For grand vista of Everest, Lhotse and beautiful Ama Dablam with an arrays of peaks. Visit the interesting museum treasures good information of the Khumbu region with local culture, flora, fauna and mountaineering history. 

The other best hike is to Everest View Hotel of few hours climb above Namche Bazaar. The first luxury hotels around Khumbu and Everest areas, listed in Guinness World Record as the highest hotels. From the hotel views of Mt. Everest and Ama Dablam, located on a serene forested surrounding.Rest of the afternoon after lunch, explore the Namche Bazaar lined with shops,stores and fancy restaurants, café, bakeries.

Max. altitude

3440 m.

Accomodation

Tea Houses Lodges

Meals

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

After a pleasant overnight stops in Namche Bazaar, morning walks follows on a scenic gradual trail. Overlooking, great views of Everest and arrays of snow-capped peaks, as walk heads down to a small place. At Phunki Tenga for lunch stop, amidst beautiful rhododendron and pine woods. Afternoon a slow climb for few hours to Tengboche and its colorful Monastery, check into a nice lodge. At Tengboche enjoy tour of the monastery interiors, of great cultural and religious interest with vibrant arts and paintings. Tengboche located on a picturesque spot surrounded by series of snow peaks with Mt. Everest, amidst lovely forest.


Max. altitude

3867

Accomodation

Tea Houses Lodges

Meals

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Early morning, enjoy the spectacular Everest panorama with range of giant peaks that surrounds. After breakfast on the same trail downhill and with steep up for a short while, then reaching a junction. Where trail branches to Gokyo, Namche and towards Khumjung village. From here route follows up to enter a scenic valley at Khumjung. Located beneath Mount Khumbila 5,761m, regarded as the patron god of the Khumbu Sherpa. At Khumjung check into a nice lodge, the village is much traditional and large compared to Namche Bazaar.

After checking into a nice rooms and visit the monastery of more than 500 years old. The monastery treasures the scalp believed to be of a Yeti, kept in a glass box. Witness the Yeti scalp with some donations for the monastery, and then enjoy the surrounding views of snow-capped peaks. 


Max. altitude

3790

Accomodation

Tea Houses Lodges

Meals

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Enjoy the day walks, heading down from Khumjung Village facing an aerial view of Namche Bazaar for lunch stop. Afternoon walk a long downhill walk to Dudh Koshi River gorge to Jorsalle village. From here across the bridge with short steep up to Sagarmatha National Park post. A short walk from the park exit post brings you to Monjo for overnight halt before Lukla.

Max. altitude

2880 m.

Accomodation

Tea Houses Lodges

Meals

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

A short day walk to Lukla, enjoy the last trek of the adventure, following the Dudh Koshi River Valley. The walk gets pleasant on gradual path to Phakding, and then on winding gentle path. Enjoy the last climb to Lukla, reaching Lukla for lunchand last overnight, around Khumbu and Everest region. 


Max. altitude

2860 m.

Accomodation

Tea Houses Lodges

Meals

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Morning transfer to Lukla Tenzing & Hillary Airport, as time for flight to Kathmandu. Get on abroad in the small plane for short scenic flight to Kathmandu. On arrival transfer back to your respective hotels, rest of the day at leisure for individual activities. 


Meals

Breakfast & Dinner
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Includes

  • Domestic airport pick up and drop off.
  • All accommodations in simple T-house
  • Breakfast Lunch and Dinner during trekking.
  • Experience and government-licensed guide and porter.
  • Domestic flight ticket Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu.
  • First aid kit carried by Sherpa leader.
  • Food salary insurance for Guide and Porter.
  • National park entrance fee 
  • All government charges and taxes.
  • 1 porter for 2 trekkers 
  • Farewell dinner last night in Kathmandu

Doesn't Include

  • Laundry service/battery charge 
  • Rescue/emergency and Travel insurance.
  • Personal equipment and personal expenses.
  • Tips for guide and porter.

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