Everest Panorama trek lies in the Khumbu region of Sagarmatha National Park which is famed for its high peaks and valleys. In comparison to other adventurous Everest trek routes, the Everest Panorama trekking is much easier as the highest altitude reached in this trek is just 3,900 meters.
The Everest panorama trek is known as Everest short trekking. And still, the trek allows you to experience the full attractions of the Everest region, from splendid mountain views and Sherpa culture to exploration of an ancient monastery and pristine wildlife. The major highlight of this trek is the visit to Tengboche Monastery, a 500-year-old monastery that is the center of learning for Tibetan Buddhism. A monastery is a revered place where monks participate in sacred meditation and daily prayers. You will also visit Namche, the capital of the Khumbu region, a vibrant town where Sherpa culture and modernity come into fusion.
Everest short trekking passes through Classical Everest Base Camp trekking in Sagarmatha National Park (world Natural Heritage Site) allowing you to capture magnificent views of the world's highest peaks Mt Everest (8,848.88m), Lhotse (8,516m), Thamserku (6,608m), Ama Dablam (6,812m), and many other snowy peaks. The unobstructed frontal view of Ama Dablam from the Tyangboche monastery is a million-dollar sight.
Places to visit while on the Everest Panorama trek:
Namche Bazaar-The capital city of Sherpa, experience the fusion of Sherpa culture and modernity
Syangboche Monastery, Everest View Hotel viewpoint, Tengboche Monastery, Thame Village
The trekking route is relatively easier with good trails and well-supplied with teashops and lodges. Lukla is the starting and ending point of the Everest short and easy trek. Highly recommended for aged people with kids. This is for your lifetime experience in the Himalayas!