What Makes Everest View Trek Such a Popular Trek?
Where to start the Everest View Trek?
The trek starts and ends in Lukla, a town located at an altitude of 2,840 meters, and can be completed in 7 to 10 days. The hike reaches its highest point at Tengboche Monastery, which is at an altitude of 3,870 meters and offers panoramic views of the surrounding mountains, including the mighty Mount Everest.
In addition to the stunning mountain views, the Everest View Trek also offers opportunities to learn about the local Sherpa culture and religion and visit the famous Tengboche Monastery, one of the largest and most important monasteries in the Solu-Khumbu region.
How challenging is the Everest Panorama Trek?
The trek is suitable for people of all ages and fitness levels and can be completed throughout the year, although the best time to go is from September to November and from March to May. It is essential to be acclimatized appropriately and to take necessary precautions to stay safe and healthy during the trek.
Overall, the Everest View Trek is an excellent option for those looking for a short and relatively easy trek that offers spectacular views of the Himalayan mountains and a chance to experience the local culture and way of life in the Solu-Khumbu region.\
Why Do We Need Acclimatization Day at Namche Bazaar?
Namche Bazar, a gateway to the Everest Region on a Khumbu valley, provides views of Kongde Ri and Thamserku. After crossing the Dudh Kosi River, you’ll reach the beautiful village of Namche Bazaar.
With numerous hotels, museums, stupas, historical monasteries, bakeries, shopping centers, modern communication facilities, and well-stocked stories, Namche Bazar is a beautiful destination for trekkers and a place for proper acclimatization day hikes.
As you are trekking at a higher altitude, your body needs to adjust to the new environment, climate, and lack of oxygen. So, for your body’s well-being and to avoid altitude sickness, you must acclimate to the Namche Bazaar. If you don’t acclimate in Namche Bazar, you’ll have difficulty at high altitudes.
On your acclimatization day, you can trek to Syangboche, the place from where 360 stunning views of mountains can be seen, including Mt Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, Kongde RI, Tabuche peak (unclimbed mountain) and many other mountains.
Accommodation on 7 days Everest Panorama View Trek
On your first day of the trek, you’ll reach Lukla airport from Kathmandu airport on a flight, and after Lukla, you’ll trek to Phakding. Your accommodation will be on Phakding in a comfortable lodge.
According to our trip itinerary, on your second trek day, you’ll reach Namche bazaar through the Dudh Kosi River from the trekking trail of Phakding. On your second and third day of trek, you’ll get accommodation on Namche Bazaar in a lodge.
On your fourth day, you’ll reach Thyangboche by descending the Dudh Kosi River and with a view of the Himalayan ranges, including Ama Dablam, Kangtega, and Lhotse. You’ll stay in Thyangboche on your fourth day at a tea house lodge.
After reaching Thyangboche, you’ll enjoy nature and then trek Namche bazaar for your return journey. On your fifth day, you’ll have accommodation at the lodge of Namche Bazaar.
Your sixth day is your second last day on the trekking trail; you’ll reach Lukla in 5 to 6 hours of trekking from Namche bazaar, stay at Lukla, and get accommodation there.
On your final day of the 7-day Everest view trek, after a few hours of trek, you’ll have a Lukla flight to Kathmandu. After reaching Kathmandu, you’ll have accommodation in a comfortable and star hotel.
About your food, you’ll get breakfast, lunch, and dinner during your Everest panorama view trekking days.
Everest Panorama View Trek Difficulty
The 7-day Everest view trek is considered one of the easiest treks to see Mt Everest at its close with less chance of high-altitude sickness. The difficulty is not that much on this trek duration. The highest elevation you’ll climb is 3867m.
The weather in the Everest region can be difficult sometimes as the weather is unpredictable in the off-season and also in the season. The snow may make the routes slippery, which might be difficult for you. Due to unpredictable weather, it’s important to pack appropriate clothing to stay warm and comfortable.
If you have a general level of fitness, you can simply trek on this trekking trail. Just remember to walk slowly, drink water as much as you can, as proper hydration is necessary when trekking at higher elevations, be calm, have rest if you feel any altitude sickness symptoms, and for a better trekking experience, hire a trekking guide.
Why Should You Trek Everest Panorama?
The 7-day Everest, panorama view trek is beginner-friendly in that anyone with a general level of fitness can do this trek. If you are a beginner trekker, you can do this 7-day Everest view trek without much fear, and this trek will help for future trekking routes.
7 The Everest View trek is a great beginning to trekking in the everest region, allowing beginners to enjoy the excitement of trekking and avoiding the challenges of difficult routes.
In comparison to longer treks, the 7-day Everest view trek involves a less difficult and steadier climb. The routes are usually maintained properly and not very slippery, making the conditions simpler for beginners to trek.
As the trek takes just 7 days to complete, this trek is relatively short in duration. If you have limited time, this short trek is perfect for you, and if you prefer a less challenging trekking experience, this 7-day Everest view trek is for you.
Moderate Physical Challenge:
The 7-day Everest view trek is moderately difficult, and anyone with a basic level of fitness can do it. It is a great opportunity for those who are far from having physical fitness but want to trek in the Everest region.
Cost for Everest Panorama View Trek
For the Everest panorama view trek, it costs $999 USD per person, but we offer a group discount for you. If you are a duo, you’ll be cost $950 USD per person. If you are in a group of 3 to 5 people, you’ll be charged $910 USD per person. If you are more than 5 in the group, we will see you accordingly.
Last Moment Booking with MY Everest Trip
We also provide moment bookings for you, but make sure you make a booking before the day trek starts. You have to pay your charge fully if you make reservations at the last moment. This will ensure your commitment, decreasing the possibility of last-minute cancellations that could spoil the trekking.
For last-minute booking, you can have multiple choices for the booking process. You can fill out the form through our online form, you can directly send us an email, you can message us on different platforms, including WhatsApp, Facebook, and other social media platforms, or you can call us.
Permits Required for Everest Panorama View Trek
Sagarmatha National Park Entry permit
Sagarmatha National Park permit is an important trekking permit required for trekking in the Everest region. The permit is required once your trail climbs towards Phakding. You can obtain the permit from the Nepal Tourism Board or in the Monjo village at Rs.4000.
Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Municipality Entry Permit
Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Municipality Entry Permit is another permit required for trekking in 7-day Everest view trek. The permit is directly collected by the local government and can be obtained from the Nepal Tourism Board and also on the Lukla and Monjo check post. The cost of the permit is Rs.2000.
Best Time to Visit Everest Panorama View Trek
Choosing the best time for trekking on any trekking route is vital to your journey. Among the four seasons in Nepal( Autumn, Spring, Summer, and Winter), Spring and Autumn are considered the best seasons for trekking in Nepal.
Spring is considered one of the best seasons for trekking in the Everest region. Monsoon, also known as pre-monsoon season, provides a stable and moderate temperature. With the undisturbed view and beautiful environment, Soring is known as the best season for trekking in the Everest Panorama view.
With a maximum temperature of 15 to 20 degrees Celsius and a minimum temperature of -8 degrees Celsius, the trek welcomes thousands of flora and fauna and a beautiful environment.
Autumn, one of the peak seasons for trekking in the Mountain region, provides an excellent trekking journey for you. Autumn provides a minimum of -5 to -10 degrees Celsius, whereas the maximum temperature is 15 to 20 degrees Celsius. With the pleasant and warm weather, Autumn becomes an ideal time for trekking in the Everest Panorama View trek.