The Everest panorama trekking lies in the Khumbu region which is north east of Kathmandu, and is famed for its high peaks and valleys that lie in close proximity to the world highest mountain. In comparison to the full classical Everest trekking, the Everest Panorama trekking is much easier as the highest point in this trek is the Buddhist monastery of Tyang boche, at just an altitude of 3867 meters. And from this ancient monastery, you can enjoy a panoramic view of the Khumbu village, all the view acknowledging the homely greetings of the locals Sherpa people.
Much shorter than the other Everest trekking and also a lot less difficult, the Everest easy and short trek is suitable for those who want to enjoy the magnificent views of the world highest peaks Mt Everest, Lhotse, Thamserku, Ama Dablam, and many other snowy peaks. The trekking route is relatively easier with good trails throughout. Also, the area is well supplied with teashops and lodges. The paths between these are well used and present easy walking conditions. The ascent possesses no real difficulty and anyone who is healthy and physically fit can make the Everest panorama trekking, although you will probably need to slow your pace once you reach 3000 meters. GAT suggest this trek for above 55 aged people for 10 days.
Sherpa Museum in Namche Bazaar
Panoramic view from Syangboche, Sherpa culture in Khumjung village,
Mani Rimdu festivals at Tyangboche Monastery
World famous Buddhist monastery at Thyangboche,
Grand view of the Everest, Choyu, Lhotse, Nuptse, and Ama dablam.
Global Adventure Trekking has a special package for this trek with daily itinerary.
Day 01 : Kathamndu-Lukla 30min flight 2780m.-Thade Koshi 1hrs.-Chiplung 2hrs.-Phakding 1hrs.2620m.
Day 02 : Phakding-Manjo 2hrs.-Namche Bazaar 3hrs.(3440m).
Day 03 : Rest day in Namche for acclimatization
Day 04 : Namche-Sanasha 1.5hrs. 3580m-Phunke tanga 1 hrs.-Thyangboche 3870m.
Day 05 : Tyangboche.- Khumjung 4hrs. 3830m
Day 06 : Khumjung-Namche 2hrs.-Manjo 3hrs.
Day 07 : Manjo-Phakding 3hrs.-Lukla 3hrs.
Day 08 : Lukla-Kathmandu by flight.Download detail itinerary (PDF File)
What important documents do I need to bring with me on this trek?
Valid Passport – must be valid for up to 6 months after you return from your tour, keep a separate photocopy with Nepal visa.
Travel insurance, keep a separate photocopy
Return flight tickets
Insurance coverage policy
Cash and Traveler’s Checks, keep numbers and proof of purchase separate
Emergency contact numbers for T/C’s, banks, insurance, family contacts.
How fit do I have for this trek?
Trekking means walking in the remote area where modern facility are not available and walking more uphill and downhill. So, if you are physically fit and health condition is fine, you can do this trek easily.
Can I use credit cards in during this trekking?
Credit card facilities are not available in the mountain. So you must have Nepalese Rupees in cash. However in major city like in Kathmandu, Pokhara, Biratnagar have credit card facilities are available.
What currency do the tea houses take?
Only Nepalese currency is accepted.
Where should I get my money exchanged?
To change Money, In major city there are several Bank and money exchanger, where you can change easily.
What payment do they take for a Nepal Visa?
Nepal Immigration accepts only in US Dollars for visa and please brings 2 pass port photographs.
What are the basic amenities at a tea house?
In few places you will get private attached bath room with running water, However most of the places you need to share the bath room. You always get comfortable private room.
Do tea houses have electricity so I can charge my electronic devices?
Yes, Most of the places have electricity and you can charge your batteries.
Are there any mandatory extra fees during the trek?
No, There is no any hidden fees apart from your personal expenses.
If I need to purchase some gear or supplies where should I get it?
All kind of branded gears you can buy in Kathmandu.
How do I find you at the airport?
Our airport representative will be holding you name card at the arrivals gate, please look your name.
What kind of weather we expect during this trekking?
The weather is very unpredictable in the mountain, however below 1000m is quite warm and coldest season it falls about 8/20 degree.
Below 2000m- Minimum 1 degree and maximum 15 degree. (1/15)
Below 3000m- Minimum -1 degree and maximum 13 degree.
Below 4000m- minimum -2 degree and maximum 12 degree
Below 5000m- minimum -4 degree and maximum 5 degree
Above 5000m is extremely cold.
How does getting food work at the tea houses?
All different verities (continental and Nepalese) of hygienic food is served during the trek.
What is the preferred type of luggage?
A backpack in its simplest form, a cloth sack carried on one's back and secured with two straps that go over the shoulders.
Can I get my clothes washed?
No there is no laundry services are available in the mountain.
Do I need to get Diamox (altitude sickness medicine) before I arrive?
Yes you better to bring some high altitude medicine with you.
Can I add extra days to my trekking?
Yes, your trekking is always flexible.
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Our tailor-made-trip offers you the flexibility to choose your own path. You can pick up any package and plan your holiday when to travel, where to travel, which level of hotel, what kind of travel mode and kind of holiday activities. Our expertise will give you an idea to make your travel meaningful. All of our guides are certified, knowledgeable and well-experienced for any kind of trip. We have guide for disable, Adult, Teenager (who has over 2 decade experienced) according to your request. Please feel free to ask a quote.
Group Size: 1+
Specialty Categories: Hikking and Trekking
Max. Elevation: 3860m.
Best Season: March-June & Sept.-December
Airfare Included: KTM-LUK-KTM only
Tour Customizable: Yes
Excellent travel agent-GAT, Krishna was very helpful. The trek was fantastic, very diverse, lots of changing scenery. Bhim was great Guide and make sure that we got everything we needed. View from Tyangboche was...Read More