Everest View Trek – 13 days

Everest View Trek – 13 days

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3880 meters





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  • Tengboche: A picturesque village renowned for its stunning views of Mount Everest and home to the famous Tengboche Monastery, a spiritual center of the region.
  • Namche: The vibrant mountain town of Namche Bazaar, steeped in Sherpa culture and history, offering a bustling market atmosphere and panoramic mountain vistas.
  • Phakding: A charming village nestled along the Dudh Koshi River, serving as a picturesque stopover point on the trek with its serene surroundings.
  • Lukla: The bustling gateway to the Everest Region, where trekkers begin their adventure with a thrilling flight into one of the world’s most dramatic airports.
  • Mount Everest: The ultimate highlight of the trek, offering awe-inspiring views of the world’s highest peak and surrounding Himalayan giants.
  • Tengboche Monastery: A sacred Buddhist monastery perched amidst stunning mountain scenery, offering a glimpse into Sherpa spirituality and tradition.

Everest View Trek Overview

The Everest View Trek offers breathtaking vistas of Mt. Everest coupled with an immersive experience of Sherpa culture and tradition. Commencing from Lukla airport, the gateway to Everest Region trekking, this expedition culminates at Tyangboche, where the majestic Mount Everest and other Himalayan ranges greet trekkers with awe-inspiring panoramas. Tyangboche stands as the focal point of the Everest Region trekking, boasting a unique village adorned with a monastery perched at Nepal’s highest altitude.

Embarking on the trek, travelers fly from Kathmandu to Lukla in the morning, commencing their journey through Sherpa towns nestled to the north. The route traverses from Lukla to Phakding and onward to Namche, gradually ascending towards Tyangboche. En route, Namche Bazaar, once a bustling trading hub between Tibet and Nepal, offers a glimpse into mountain village life. The trail then leads to the sacred village of Tyangboche, where the splendor of the Himalayas unfolds before the eyes. Notably, the Everest View Trek intersects with other trails leading to Everest Base Camp, serving as a spiritual hub for the Solu Khumbu region’s inhabitants.

The Everest View Trekking route boasts numerous shrines and a magnificent monastery nestled at 3870 meters above sea level. Upon journey’s end, trekkers leisurely make their way back to Lukla, with ample opportunities for additional side trips.

Within the Khumbu Region, several renowned trekking routes await exploration, including the Everest Base Camp Trek, 3 High Passes Trek, Everest Base Camp Short Trek, Gokyo Valley Trek, Gokyo Lake Trek, Namche Bazaar Trek, Everest View Trek, and Khumjung Village Trek.

Detail Itinerary

After landing at Kathmandu International Airport, we welcome you with garland and pick up from Airport, then transfer to Hotel. After some few hours rest, our tour officer will brief about Kathmandu City sightseeing with the trekking and all necessary equipment preparation for trekking to Everest View Trek.

Today, our itinerary encompasses a tour of Kathmandu’s culturally rich landmarks, each holding profound historical or religious importance. We’ll explore UNESCO World Heritage sites such as Kathmandu Durbar Square, the revered Hindu temple of Pashupatinath, the iconic Swayambhunath temple (also known as the Monkey Temple), and the tranquil Buddhist shrine of Boudha Nath.

Following our exploration, we’ll convene for a pre-trip briefing focused on trekking equipment, during which you’ll have the opportunity to meet the trek leader and discuss any pertinent details for the upcoming adventure.

At the crack of dawn, we embark on a thrilling 30-minute scenic flight to Lukla, renowned as one of the most exhilarating air routes globally, weaving through towering mountain peaks and lush hillsides.

Lukla serves as the pivotal gateway to the Everest region, marking the commencement of our trekking adventure. Setting foot in this vibrant village, we initiate our trek, traversing through the picturesque surroundings of Lukla until we reach Phakding. To aid in acclimatization, we undertake a brief yet invigorating hike, immersing ourselves in the natural beauty of the terrain. Additionally, there’s an opportunity for a side excursion to a nearby monastery, adding a touch of cultural enrichment to our journey.

Our journey commences early in the morning following a hearty breakfast. The trail unfolds amidst a picturesque landscape adorned with numerous suspension bridges spanning the Dudh Koshi River, among which the renowned Hillary Suspension Bridge stands as a highlight, offering a thrilling crossing amid the backdrop of stunning pine forests.

En route, we are treated to breathtaking views of the majestic Mt. Thamserku (6618 m), casting its shimmering silhouette against the sky. Continuing our trek, we arrive at the entrance to Sagarmatha National Park, marked by a check post, before passing through the charming village of Jorsale.

Ascending through verdant forests and traversing more bridges, we eventually reach the convergence point of the Dudh Koshi and Bhote Koshi rivers. Here, after a final steep ascent of approximately two hours, we are rewarded with our first glimpse of Mt. Everest, majestically peeking over the Lhotse-Nuptse ridge.

Pressing on from Chautara, we have approximately 1.5 hours of trekking remaining to reach our destination, Namche Bazaar. This bustling mountain town serves as the renowned gateway to Mt. Everest and stands as the principal trading hub of the region. We settle in for the night, immersing ourselves in the vibrant atmosphere of Namche Bazaar.

Today is designated as our acclimatization day, allowing us to adjust to the altitude and immerse ourselves in the surrounding beauty. We have several options for how to spend our time: we can embark on a hike to Thame or Khunde, or opt for a more leisurely day exploring the vibrant streets of Namche Bazaar.

Our knowledgeable guide will accompany us to the Tourist Visitor Center near the Sagarmatha National Park headquarters, where we can delve into the history of the first Everest climbers, gain insights into Sherpa culture, and discover the diverse flora and fauna of the Everest region.

Additionally, we have the opportunity to embark on an enchanting side tour to Khumjung, a serene valley nestled amidst the snow-capped peaks of Ongde and Thamserku. Here, the prominent Khumbila peak hosts a renowned monastery housing a purported Yeti scalp, adding an element of intrigue to our exploration. We also visit the Hillary School, further enriching our understanding of the local community and its educational initiatives. Finally, we make our way to the famous airfield at Syangboche, soaking in the breathtaking panoramic views of the Himalayan landscape.

Early in the morning, we embark on a roughly four-hour trek to reach Thame, immersing ourselves in the breathtaking beauty of the Khumbu Himalaya along the way. From various vantage points along the trail, we are treated to awe-inspiring views of the surrounding peaks, a sight that never fails to captivate the soul.

Thame awaits us as we arrive, a village steeped in the rich heritage of Sherpa climbers renowned for their mountaineering prowess. Situated at high altitude, Thame boasts not only stunning natural vistas but also a vibrant cultural tapestry, offering us a glimpse into the fascinating traditions of its inhabitants. This serene settlement stands as one of the highest villages in the region, its allure heightened by the palpable sense of history and adventure that permeates the air.

Khumjung stands proudly as the largest Sherpa village in the Everest region, offering a glimpse into the heart of Sherpa culture and tradition. Here, amidst the stunning backdrop of the Himalayas, we’ll have the opportunity to explore notable landmarks such as the magnificent Khumjung Monastery and the pioneering Edmund Hillary School. As we meander through the village, we’ll encounter yaks grazing peacefully in the surrounding Sherpa farmland, providing a picturesque scene that epitomizes the harmony between nature and local life.

A visit to Syangboche promises an unparalleled vista of Everest and the majestic peaks of the Khumbu region. From this elevated vantage point, we’ll be treated to a panoramic spectacle of unparalleled beauty, with the towering Himalayan giants dominating the skyline and inspiring a sense of wonder and awe.

Tengboche stands as one of the largest and most revered sites in the Everest region, renowned for its breathtaking Buddhist monastery perched atop a hill overlooking the Dudh Koshi valley. The panoramic vistas from this vantage point are among the most splendid in the entire Everest area.

This tranquil sanctuary is not only famed for its natural beauty but also for its spiritual significance. It offers an unparalleled opportunity to witness the ethereal beauty of sunrise and sunset casting their golden hues over the majestic Everest. Additionally, visitors can immerse themselves in the rich tapestry of Buddhist culture, experiencing the serenity and reverence that permeates this sacred site.

Tengboche serves as the main destination of our trek, a beacon of tranquility and spirituality amidst the rugged grandeur of the Himalayas.

Retracing our steps along the familiar path, we make our way back to Namche Bazaar, relishing in the familiarity of the journey and savoring every aspect of the trek. Along the way, we have the opportunity to indulge in various authentic Nepalese cuisines, tantalizing our taste buds with local delicacies and culinary delights. Moreover, we seize the chance to engage in heartfelt conversations with the friendly locals, exchanging stories and insights that further enrich our experience of this vibrant mountain community. As we traverse the picturesque landscapes and bustling trails, we cherish the memories created during our adventure while eagerly anticipating the warm embrace of Namche Bazaar awaiting our return.

As we embark on the final leg of our trekking journey, we make our way to Lukla with a sense of both accomplishment and nostalgia. Today offers a leisurely opportunity to walk freely, soaking in the serene beauty of the natural surroundings and immersing ourselves in the romantic atmosphere that envelops the trail.

With each step, we reflect on the unforgettable moments and breathtaking vistas that have defined our trekking experience, cherishing the memories created along the way. As we traverse the familiar path, we take the time to appreciate the tranquility of the mountains and the camaraderie forged among fellow trekkers.

With hearts full of gratitude and admiration for the Himalayan wilderness, we embrace the final stretch of our journey, savoring every moment and etching the beauty of the landscape into our memories. As we arrive in Lukla, we bid farewell to the mountains, carrying with us the indelible spirit of adventure and the profound sense of connection to nature that will linger long after our trekking expedition concludes.

Flights back to Kathmandu are usually scheduled for the morning, allowing us to depart from Lukla after our rewarding trekking adventure. Upon our arrival in Kathmandu, we transfer to our hotel to unwind and rest after the long journey.

With the remainder of the day at our disposal, we have the opportunity to engage in recreational activities or explore the vibrant shopping scene of Kathmandu with the assistance of our knowledgeable guide. Whether we choose to relax and rejuvenate or immerse ourselves in the bustling energy of the city, our guide is on hand to offer suggestions and facilitate any desired excursions.

As we reflect on the unforgettable experiences of our trekking expedition and begin to transition back to city life, we embrace the chance to savor the cultural richness and vibrant atmosphere of Kathmandu, making the most of our final moments in this captivating destination.

After days of trekking, you’ll likely want to take some time to rest and rejuvenate at the hotel. However, if you’re feeling up to it and eager to explore, you can also take a leisurely stroll around the bustling street markets of Kathmandu for some souvenir shopping. From colorful prayer flags to intricately crafted handicrafts, there’s an array of unique gifts and mementos to choose from, perfect for sharing the spirit of your adventure with family and friends back home. Whether you opt for relaxation or a bit of shopping, the vibrant energy of Kathmandu’s markets is sure to enchant and delight, offering a fitting end to your unforgettable trekking experience in Nepal.

Our representative from Adventure Land Nepal will accompany you from the hotel to the airport, ensuring a seamless transition as you prepare to depart from Nepal. During the journey, you’ll have the opportunity to reflect on your trekking experience and share any feedback or thoughts you may have. As you bid farewell to this enchanting country, take a moment to cherish the memories made and the adventures shared, knowing that Nepal will always hold a special place in your heart. With gratitude for the journey and anticipation for the adventures yet to come, it’s time to embark on the next chapter of your travels. Until we meet again, Nepal!

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    Nepal Visa: Most travelers require a tourist visa to enter Nepal, which can be obtained upon arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu or at border entry points. Alternatively, you can apply for a visa in advance through the Nepalese embassy or consulate in your country.

    Trekking Permit: Trekkers must obtain a TIMS (Trekkers’ Information Management System) card and a Sagarmatha National Park entry permit before embarking on the Everest View Trek. These permits can be obtained through authorized trekking agencies or the Nepal Tourism Board.

    Guide and Porter: Hiring an experienced guide and porter is highly recommended for the Everest View Trek, especially for those with limited trekking experience or unfamiliarity with the region. A guide can provide valuable assistance with navigation, cultural insights, and emergency situations, while a porter can help carry your gear, allowing you to enjoy the trek without the burden of a heavy backpack.

    Equipment and Clothing: Essential trekking equipment includes sturdy hiking boots, a warm sleeping bag, a waterproof jacket and pants, trekking poles, a backpack, and a headlamp. Dressing in layers is key to staying comfortable in changing weather conditions, so pack lightweight, moisture-wicking clothing that can be easily added or removed.

    Health Insurance: It is highly recommended to have comprehensive travel insurance that covers high-altitude trekking, emergency medical evacuation, and repatriation in case of accidents or illnesses.

    Best Time to Trek: As mentioned, spring and autumn are considered the best times to trek in the Everest Region due to favorable weather conditions. Winter trekking is possible but requires extra preparation for cold temperatures and potential snowfall, while the monsoon season (June to August) brings heavy rainfall and limited visibility.

    Weather and Temperature: The weather in the Everest Region can be unpredictable, with temperatures varying greatly depending on the season and altitude. Spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) are generally the best times to trek, with clear skies and mild temperatures. However, be prepared for cold temperatures, especially at higher altitudes.

    Altitude Sickness: Altitude sickness, or acute mountain sickness (AMS), is a common concern when trekking in the Everest Region. To minimize the risk, it’s essential to acclimatize properly by ascending gradually, staying hydrated, and recognizing the symptoms of AMS. If symptoms persist or worsen, descend to a lower altitude immediately.

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