Everest Panorama Trek is a relatively easier option if you want to experience the Everest region but do not have the time to make it to Everest Base Camp. The trek will take you high up along the trails to Tengboche Monastery (3850m). This is a short but a very scenic trek which offers superb view of some of the world’s highest peaks, including Mt.Everest, Mt.Lhotse, AmaDablam and others.
Everest view trekking is most popular amongst other everest trek routes because of a relatively easy trek compared to other trekking. For travelers who wish to reach Sengboche hill station in a more relaxed manner can try this itinerary. If this itinerary is not fit you? send us an inquiry for tailor-made itinerary.
- The Lukla airport, also known as the Tenzing-Hillary Airport, is situated atop a cliff and drops off downwards at the end of the runway and is sure to be the most adventurous flight you’ve ever undertaken in your life.
- Sagarmatha National Park is a protected area in the Himalayas dominated by snow-capped mountains including Mount Everest (Sagarmatha), and encompasses glaciers, valleys, and trails. It is home to many species of rare animals and birds like the snow leopard, musk deer, and red panda.
- Namche Bazaar, also known as the gateway to Mount Everest, this town is famous for being a trading point and a resting place for trekkers. Visible from this town are the mountains Kongde Ri (6,187m) and Thamserku (6,623m). A fascinating Sherpa Museum sits atop Namche Bazaar.
- The Solu-Khumbu region is the homeland of the Sherpas, Buddhist people who migrated there from the Tibetan plateau around the 15th century. Get acquainted with the rich culture, tradition and mountaineering history of the guardians of the Himalayas, the Sherpa people.
- Get to know more about Buddhism, as you will find many monasteries in the region. One of them being the Tengboche monastery. It is a beautiful Tibetan Buddhist monastery of the Sherpa community. Trekkers often visit the monastery for blessings of a successful journey from the Buddhist monks who reside there. Also, visit the Khumjung monastery to take a look at the alleged Yeti’s scalp.
- The sacred Khumbila mountain (5,761m) roughly translated as "God of Khumbu" is one of the high Himalayan peaks which is not permitted to climb due to its holy association can be enjoyed in the backdrop during this trek.
- You will witness some of the six highest peaks in the world in this trek– Mt. Everest (8,848m), Mt. Lhotse (8,516 meters), Ama Dablam (6,170m) and many other known peaks.
- 360-degree mountain views (Mountains as far as the eye can see). This is the real taste of the Himalayas (as real as it can get).
- Also, if you happen to do this trek in spring then magnificent rhododendron blossoms await you from the lower stretches between Lukla and Namche. Trust us, you would want to experience this cause it's amazing.
Want the ultimate cultural experience? Why not Plan Your Trip to coincide with local festivals such as Dmje, Mani Rimdu, Buddha Jayanti (Birthday of Lord Buddha), Gyalpo Lhosar (Tibetan New Year). Just Contact us to find out more about these festivals and when they fall each year.
|$1,745 USD per person
||Min. 2 pax
(If you are traveling by yourself, please contact us for a customized quote or to join a pre-booked group.)
||$1,575 USD per person for groups of 4-6 pax $1,475 USD per person for groups of 7+