|Lowest Altitude||Approximately 1310 meters Kathmandu|
|Highest Altitude||Approximately 3867 meters Tyangboche|
|Activity||Everest Panorama Trek|
|Duration||11 Days Trip, 9 Days Trek|
|Group size||Minimum two to Maximum Fifty|
|Best Season||March-May, September-November|
|Cost||$1250 Per Person|
Everest Panorama trek
Everest panorama trek takes you to the proven land marveling with alluring beauty of towering snowy peaks including world highest Mount Everest, rolling hills, glaciated lakes as well as settlement of ethnic Sherpa community ingrained to Tibetan Buddhism culture and renowned for stamina, strength and taken as life savior for expeditioner of whole world who dares to climb to high peaks of Nepal.
The panoramic trek begins from Lukla after scary but scenic flight to Lukla from Kathmandu, following path that is trodden by almost 40,000 enthusiast trekkers and adventurer every year and crossing windy suspension bridges festooned with colored prayer flags that weaves the undulating muddied trails and stony steps. Then incredible trek heads to Namche bazaar, large town at backdrop of mountains serving trekking gear, food items from local to western cuisine for trekkers and taken as gateway for Mount Everest. It is also the best venue for acclimatization. Finally, Everest Panorama trek offers moment to stand at the shadow of world highest peak which is dream of daring and adventurer of all corners of the world.
Apart from breathtaking glimpse of snow covered Kanchenjunga, Makalu, Lhotse, Nuptse, Amadablam including Mount Everest, Everest Panorama trek grants opportunity to delve pristine Tibetan Buddhism culture followed by local Sherpa community which they inherited from their forefathers blending with local people with friendly smile as well as exploring oldest Tyangboche monastery nestled highest altitude on place called Tyangboche and passing mani stones, stupas chortens during trek.
Day One: Arrive in Kathmandu airport and transfer to hotel.
Day Two: Hair–raising flight to Lukla airstrip to begin three hours’ trek to Phakding from Lukla.
Day Three: Access Namche trekking for five hours from Phakding.
Day Four: Rest day at Namche for acclimatization.
Day Five: Continue journey to Thame from Namche that takes about four and half hours.
Day Six: Trek from Thame to Khumjung taking about five hours.
Day Seven: Explore Sherpa culture, religion ingrained to Tibetan Buddhist religion on five hours’ trek to Tyangboche from Khumjung.
Day Eight: Cross Dudh Koshi river and have eye appealing vision of snowy peaks on four and half-hours’ trek Tyangboche from Namche.
Day Nine: Conclude journey on Lukla trekking from Namche that takes six hours.
Day Ten: Return flight to Kathmandu from Lukla.
Day Eleven: We drive you to airport on the basis of your scheduled flight.
Note: We customize itinerary as per your interest to manage your specific requirements.
Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu airport and transfer to hotel.
You will be warmly welcomed by our representative on Tribhuvan International Airport and transferred to hotel by private vehicle
Day 02: Hair–raising flight to Lukla airstrip to begin three hours’ trek to Phakding from Lukla.
After hair-raising flight from Kathmandu to Lukla airstrip, the trek begins heading to north from Lukla village trekking along the bank of Dudh Koshi river on gradually sloppy trail passing through Ghat villages to reach Phakding; beautiful village encircled by snowcapped peaks and settled by culturally graceful Sherpa people.
Day 03: Access Namche trekking for five hours from Phakding.
We cross Dudh Koshi river and walk on easy path for short duration up to Monjo and Jorsale then climb steep uphill catching first glimpse of Everest to arrive at Namche Bazaar. We can explore several village monasteries spreading message of love and peace through their fluttering prayer flags and in scripted stone walls on our way to Namche from Phakding.
Day 04: Rest day at Namche for acclimatization.
Rest day at Namche Bazaar for acclimatization. It is recommended to have short day hike to Khumjung or Khunde for acclimatization.
Day 05: Continue journey to Thame from Namche that takes about four and half hours.
We continue our journey from Namche bazaar along a good trail passing from Bhote Koshi valley to Thame that is six miles long from Namche. We pass numerous prayer flags, mani walls and carved stones presenting Tibetan Buddhist culture on our way to Thame.
Day 06: Trek from Thame to Khumjung taking about five hours.
We retrace parts of yesterday trek passing through pine and cypress trees forest till we reach Namche then follow flat and quiet trail to arrive at Khumjung for amazing views of Thamserku, Kantewa, Ama Dablam and many more.
Day 07: Explore Sherpa culture, religion ingrained to Tibetan Buddhist religion on five hours’ trek to Tyangboche from Khumjung.
We trek down for an hour up to Sanasa. Then we cross several villages as well as bridge over Dudh Koshi to reach Phungi Tenga and have lunch at hotel. Finally, we climb steep uphill to find ourselves on Tangboche indulging on beauty of rhododendron bushes, excellent mountain scenery.
Day 08: Cross Dudh Koshi river and have eye appealing vision of snowy peaks on four and half-hours’ trek Tyangboche from Namche.
We leave Tangboche following steeply sloppy path that crosses Dudh Koshi river till we reach at Phungi Tenga then we trek steeply upward trail that leads to Sanasa; trade hub for local Sherpa people and continue our journey towards Namche bazaar wandering on vertically zigzag path.
Day 09: Conclude journey on Lukla trekking from Namche that takes six hours.
We have pleasant trek to Lukla from Namche bazaar via Monjo consuming about six hours.
Day 10: Return flight to Kathmandu from Lukla.
Return flight to Kathmandu from Lukla peeping snowy mountains and green scenery from windows of plane.
Day 11: We drive you to airport on the basis of your scheduled flight.
We drive you to airport on the basis of your scheduled flight.
We customize itinerary as per your interest to manage your specific requirements.
The Cost Includes:
- Full board meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner and 3 times tea) during the trek
- One professional guide and porter for the trek with their meal,
- Insurance and flight.
- All National Park Entrance fee and TIMS card.
- Airfare both ways to KTM - Lukla -KTM, in a fixed wing aircraft.
- Down jacket and sleeping bag if necessary during the trek.
- Airport picks up services.
- Necessary transport.
- First aid kits for guide and porters
- Insurance and equipment for the Nepali staffs.
- Full board meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner and 3 times tea) during the trek
The Cost Excludes:
- Bar bills (coca cola, mineral water etc.)
Personal Insurance & emergency rescue charges if necessary
Extra porter & transport charges in the event of landslides
Other personal expenses, airport tax, Kathmandu city entrance fee
Personal, medical and evacuation insurance
Laundry, cost raised by re-routing, cancellation, political disturbance etc.
Tips and any other expenses, which are not mentioned above.
Meals and hotel accommodation in Kathmandu (We can arrange your hotel accommodation in Kathmandu as per your interest and budget).
To enjoy your trip more you need to be comfort and breathability all day long, for that you need to put emphasis on equipment’s that are necessary. The following list includes items that are necessary which can also be hired.
- Backpack: During your trip you need to be careful to make the weight of your clothing equipment down to minimum. Your packed trek bag, should weigh no more than 15 kilograms (33 pounds.)
- Sleeping Bag: Sleeping bag rated to at least 15-degrees Fahrenheit (Optional/ Sleeping bag is provided by us if necessary)
- Duffel Bag
- Flash Light (Head lamp)
- Sun glass
- Water purifier
- Trekking boots
- Lightweight sandals
- Woolen socks (3 pairs)
While packing your clothes, you need to be careful to not to pack heavy clothes. It’s rather good to go on layers than in bulky clothes.
- Hat (For warmth)
- Lightweight long sleeve trekking shirts
- Long sleeves are good for sun protection. Light weight makes for easy wash material
- Fleece Jacket or pullover
- Underwear (4 pairs)
- Fleece or wool trouser/ Pants
- Gaiters (Optional)
- Thermal Clothing (As per the Season)
- Lightweight rain Jacket
- Warm Gloves or mittens
- Sports bra
- Sun block
- Toilet articles and towel
- Small Knife
- First-aid kit (containing all drugs prescribed to you)
- Batteries backup
Accommodation: You would be accommodated at Nagarjun homestay with facilities of hot water, western toilets, electricity, television, free WIFI during Kathmandu stay. And offered to stay at teahouses with facilities granted by teahouses during trek.
Meal: You would be offered breakfast, Nepali meal at homestay during time at Kathmandu while on trekking you would be provided Nepalese meals three times a day during trek.