Everest View Trek

Everest Nepal
Everest View Trek
Everest View Trek
Everest View Trek
At a Glance
Duration9 Days
Trip GradeModerate
Maximum Altitude3860m/12664.04ft
Group Size1 to 10 pax
Travel StyleTrekking
Best TimeSeptember to November and March to May

The Everest Views Trek, also referred to as the Everest Panorama Trek and Mini Everest Trek, is a short, easy, and fulfilling trekking route in the Everest region. Commencing from Kathmandu, the trek concludes in Tengboche before returning to Kathmandu. If you have always dreamed of being amid the alluring Himalayas and watching the top of the world; then, Everest Panorama Trek befits you impeccably. Perfect for everyone who aspires to contemplate the ethereal elegance of the Himalayas with the world’s highest peak at its heart; the classic Everest Panorama Trek renders an escapade that doesn’t go into higher elevations and concludes in a shorter time frame. The trek highlights an inimitable blend of culture, traditions, and the lifestyle of the native communities, alongside the rich biodiversity of the Khumbu region. Extending sublime mountain vistas, the Everest Panorama Trek provides a window of opportunity to have a detailed insight into ethnic Sherpa culture with a taste of legendary Sherpa hospitality.


  • Get a breathtaking view of Mt. Everest and other snow-covered peaks from various viewpoints.
  • Take a walk across suspension bridges adorned with colorful prayer flags.
  •  Explore the historic and opulent Tengboche Monastery, adorned with Buddhist prayer inscriptions.
  •  Immerse yourself in the rich culture, cuisine, and lifestyle of the brave Sherpas.
  • Discover unique artwork and souvenirs at the Sherpa Museum.
  • Wander through the charming Namche Bazaar, capturing picturesque moments along the way.
  • Marvel at the majestic Mt. Everest and surrounding snowy ranges from different vantage points.
  • Traverse vibrant suspension bridges adorned with prayer flags, offering a unique experience.
  • Visit the historically significant Tengboche Monastery, featuring Buddhist prayer inscriptions.
  • Immerse yourself in the Sherpa culture, cuisine, and lifestyle, experiencing their bravery firsthand.
  •  Explore the Sherpa Museum, where you can find a variety of arts and souvenirs.
  • Stroll through the quaint Namche Bazaar, capturing photogenic scenes at every turn.

Though the Everest Panorama Trek is shorter when compared with others, it undeniably does not omit any scenery, with views of all the Himalayan peaks, including Everest itself, within the vicinity of the Khumbu region. This trek, in particular, is widely celebrated among the first-time trekkers in Nepal as it makes them acquitted to the land of Sherpas and its culture next to great mountain vistas. Following a scenic flight to Lukla, you’ll set foot in the well-known Khumbu region, which is home to Mt. Everest, the highest peak on the entire planet, along with many Sherpa villages and monasteries. The trek now advances across the picturesque village of Phakding, bustling with native people, horses, donkeys, trekkers, and porters. Here we can see the snowy mountaintops of Kusum Kanguru (6369 m), Thamserku (6608m), Everest (8848m), and Nuptse (7879 m). Afterwards, an abrupt ascent to the charming Namche Bazaar extends you with alluring outlooks comprising multiple snow-capped peaks. Now, the trek passes through lush woodland in Sagarmatha National Park, that chiefly consists of flora such as pine, rhododendron, etc. along with rare fauna like Red Panda, Snow leopard, etc. With brief moments in the traditional lifestyle of Sherpa people, we trek on the rock-strewn trail where we get our first glimpses of Mt. Everest and proceed to Tyangboche, where we visit Tyangboche monastery and watch the mighty peaks of Amadablam (6856m), Everest (8848m), Nuptse (7861m), Lhotse (8501m) and many more.  The trek comes to an end once we arrive at Lukla.

 If you want to fulfil your dream trip to the alluring Himalayas and observe the majestic peaks, then contact us (Himalayan Trekking Path, a local expert trekking team) immediately and book your trip right now!!!

Tour PlanExpand All

Welcome to Nepal; the land of vivid colours, cultures and heritages. Also blessed with the awe-inspiring Himalayas, Nepal is among the few countries where such a unique blend of nature and tradition can be found. At this very day, we’ll meet each other in person after your arrival in Kathmandu Airport. Thereupon, you’ll be escorted to your hotel where you can rest, relax and freshen up. You’ll then introduce to your trekking guide and we’ll have a brief discussion regarding your upcoming escapade. An evening, you can wander around renowned places near you such as Thamel Bazaar and Durbar Marg.

Max. Altitude: 1350m/4429.13ftMeal: DinnerAccommodation: Hotel

In the early morning, we head to Lukla via a scenic mountain flight of about 40 minutes. As the flight enters the deep gorge of the Dudh Koshi valley, we can catch the fascinating glimpses of the snowy mountaintops of breath-taking Himalayan Range, including Everest. Once at Lukla (2,840m), we commence our trek and ascend on the mountainside situated along the edge of the Dudh Koshi River. En route, we will witness the prepossessing outlooks comprising of Mount Kwongde Range, Mt. Nupla (5,885m) and Mt. Kusum Kanguru (6,369m). With an easy trek across small villages, farmlands, forest and stream via the wide and well-constructed path; we arrive at Phakding (2,610m).

Max. Altitude: 2840m/9317.585ftMeal: Breakfast, Lunch and DinnerAccommodation: Teahouse

Today, we depart from Phakding and advance on the trekking trail, which progresses along the western bank of Dudh Kosi, across Blue Pine woodland to the village of Benkar (2,700m). Afterwards, with a suspension bridge above Dudh Koshi River, the trail continues on the other side of the river and gently ascends to Chumoa Village; then, Monjo Village (2,800m). Now, the trail makes its headway to Jhorsalle (2,804m) and eventually traverses waterfalls several human settlements scattered next to splendid forests of, Magnolia, Fir, and Rhododendron. Furthermore, initial glimpses of Everest (8,848m), Kusum Kanguru (6,369m) Thamserku (6,608m), and Nuptse (7,879 m) greets us on the way. The trail now moves uphill past woodlands and suspension bridges to the conflux of Dudh Koshi and Bhote Koshi rivers.  After few hours of abrupt ascend, we’ll have some glances of world’s highest mountain Everest, appearing above Lhotse-Nuptse ridge. Subsequent to a steep climb, we finally make it to the exquisite village of Namche Bazaar (3,440m).

Max. Altitude: 3440m/11286.09ftMeal: Breakfast, Lunch and DinnerAccommodation: Teahouse

This day, along with the acclimatization, you’ll get to know more about this magnificent marketplace. Besides a comfortable atmosphere to slow down and repose; Namche Bazaar extends amazing panoramas including the jagged ridge of Kongdi Ri (6,187m) as well as sunrise and sunset above the snow-capped peaks of Ama Dablam, Thamserku, Nuptse, Lhotse, Everest, Kwangde, Tawche, and many more. Acclimatization is necessary; as during this period of time, your body can get accustomed to higher altitudes with low oxygen level, which increases the possibility to prevent Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS). In addition, we can hike around Namche and visit the Sherpa Museum to get familiar with Sherpas, the communities of snowy mountains and acquire the insight into their distinct culture and traditions.  Have a full day rest so that we don’t have to encounter any problem on the way ahead.

Max. Altitude: 3880m/11286.09ftMeal: Breakfast, Lunch and DinnerAccommodation: Teahouse

We begin the fifth day of our escapade with a joyful walk, accompanied by the striking outlook of majestic mountains. Afterwards, we continue to pursue the splendid trail, which passes across a hillside, positioned high above the Dudh Kosi River; all the way to Phungithanga. Now, the trail sustains uphill climb past some water-steered prayer wheels, across rhododendron forest. If you are lucky enough, you might spot musk deer amid the trees. In the end, we arrive at Tengboche (3,860m). Below a crescent-shaped ridge with scrub pines and firs, Tengboche village is dispersed across the wide grassland. From the viewpoint at the top of a hill in the village, stupendous outlooks of inspiring peaks such as Nuptse (7,861m), Lhotse (8,501m), Everest (8,848m), and lovely Ama Dablam (6,812m). Furthermore, in this very village, we may also explore Buddhist Monastery, celebrated as the largest in the entire Khumbu region.

Max. Altitude: 3860m/12664.04ftMeal: Breakfast, Lunch and DinnerAccommodation: Teahouse

We now return back to Namche Bazaar  and Manjo, following the same trekking trail that previously led us to Tengboche. Descending across the woodland of rhododendron, we move downhill along the Dudh Koshi River observing the elegant mountain vistas. These elegant sights are so spell-binding that you wish to stay here forever within the depth of your heart.

Max. Altitude: 2835m/9301.181ftMeal: Breakfast, Lunch and DinnerAccommodation: Tea House

At the dawn of the day, we descend back to Lukla accompanied by the graceful mountain scenery along the way.  Leaving behind many small villages, fields forest and stream; we reach Phakding and ultimately, arrive at Lukla. Lukla consist of a small mountain airstrip which functions as a lifeline to the Khumbu region where the only way to access is via foot, and air.

Max. Altitude: 2840m/9317.585ftMeal: Breakfast, Lunch and DinnerAccommodation: Hotel

Today, we fly back to the capital city of Kathmandu via a scenic flight comprising of around 40 minutes.  This flight flies across the picturesque landscapes, rendering the aerial outlooks of snowy peaks in the mighty Himalayas.  Once at Kathmandu, you can make use of your remaining time in the country via sightseeing various landmarks of the Kathmandu City or you can do some last minute souvenir to take back home for your family or loved ones. 

Max. Altitude: 1350m/4429.13ftMeal: Breafast, Lunch and DinnerAccommodation: Hotel

We are happy to have you with us. Helping through your dream escapade is our pleasure. We hope you are satisfied with our service and expertise and expect to see you again in another chapter of your adventures in Nepal.  Approximately 3 hours before the scheduled flight, we’ll escort you to the airport. Till then, see ya!!!

Max. Altitude: 1350m/4429.13ftMeal: Breakfast
Cost Details
  • Airport pickups and drops by Private Transportation
  • 8 nights/9 days package programmer as per the itinerary.
  • 2 nights in a hotel in Kathmandu with Breakfast
  • Welcome dinner with cultural show
  • Domestic Flights (Kathmandu to Lukla, Lukla to Kathmandu)
  • Well-experienced Trekking Guide and Porter ( 2 Guests : 1 Porter)
  • Guide and Porter’s Salary, Food, Transportation, accommodation and insurance
  • All the necessary formality (TIMS and Permit)
  • 6 nights’ Accommodation with full boards meals (breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner) during the treks
  • Duffel bag
  • Gov Tax
  • Office (Himalayan Trekking Path) Service fee.
  • Medical kids
  • Experienced and appreciated Certificate
  • Rescues arrangements if needed
  • Nepal Visa Fees
  • International Air Fare
  • Drinks and food in Kathmandu
  • Drinks are not mentioned in mountain
  • Travel Insurance for Guest (you should have travel insurance for rescuers service)
  • Extra Activities
  • Extra Accommodation
  • Trekking equipments( poles, Sleeping Bags, Down jackets)—you can hire in thamel for a good price  
  • Tips for Staff