Struggling with time but still want to explore the Everest Region? If yes, destiny has brought you to the right place.
The Everest Panorama Trek (9 days) is a perfect choice for you if you are looking to explore the beauty of Nepal’s famous Khumbu and Everest regions in a shorter period of time. This region is famous for renowned treks like Everest Base Camp, Everest Three Pass, and Gokyo Lake, which offer you views of the Himalayas that will stay in your heart forever.
If you have ever wondered how the people of Everest Region have been living in the 21st century without the use of cellphones without hampering their mental peace, then the answer will be right in front of you during this trek. You will be able to observe the daily lifestyle of people living in this region. You will also be able to indulge in the rich Sherpa culture, view monasteries, and observe their way of praying and how they live happily and peacefully without using any smartphones in their daily lives.
You will also be amazed to see the friendly locals who will warmly welcome you, treat you like their own family member, and share with you their stories, traditions, and way of life. The monasteries you will be visiting not only attract you with their spiritual power but also with their architectural design.
If you are thinking of planning your next adventure, we heartily recommend the Everest Panorama View Trek. For any inquiries, please don’t hesitate to Contact Us, and we will gladly help you create a customized itinerary that perfectly matches your schedule. Let's be your travel partner and help you convert your dreams into an unforgettable reality.
The cost for the Everest Panorama View Trek is $1,080 per person. This covers things like where you'll stay, the food you'll eat, the permits you'll need for trekking, having a guide with you, and transportation while you're in Nepal.
Just remember, there might be some extra expenses for things like your personal gear (like good hiking boots), getting travel insurance, and the flights you'll need to get to and from Nepal. But it's a fantastic opportunity to explore the beautiful Khumbu region and see the amazing Himalayan Mountains up close, so it's a great value for anyone who loves trekking.
Once you've sorted out all the important plans and set aside money for extra costs, get ready for an amazing adventure in Nepal's Khumbu region. You'll be surrounded by stunning scenery, incredible views, and meet people with fascinating cultures as you go on your trek. It doesn't matter if you're a seasoned trekker or someone new to exploring; the chance to see the magnificent Himalayan Mountains up close is something you'll treasure forever.
Welcome to the Dream Land Country, Nepal. On the first day of your journey you will land at Tribhuvan International Airport from where our staffs will warmly welcome you and shift you at your hotel. You can use this day to relax, discover the lively city, and get ready for the thrilling Himalayan journey that is eagerly waiting for you.
On Day 2, your exciting journey begins with an early morning flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, which is regarded as the gateway to Everest. During the flight, you will be treated to amazing views of the Himalayas and a sense of thrill as you land at one of the most dangerous airport in the world. After you land at Lukla, you will meet your fellow trekkers, and now you can successfully begin your hike to Phakding. As you gradually hike up, you will pass through beautiful villages where you will be able to interact with the locals and learn about their way of life.
You will also cross suspension bridges that are covered with prayer flags, which adds a cultural touch. After you reach Phakding, you will settle into your teahouses, relax, and prepare for the first evening in the heart of the Himalayas. This evening will help you acclimatize and prepare you for the incredible journey ahead.
On the third day of your journey in the Everest Region, you'll leave the lovely village of Phakding, which is next to the Dudh Koshi River and sits at an elevation of about 8,563 feet (2,610 meters). You will then follow the river, cross some famous hanging bridges, enter Sagarmatha National Park, and gradually climb higher, giving your body time to get used to the increasing altitude.
One standout moment is crossing the Hillary Bridge, where the landscape changes from flowery rhododendron forests to tall pine trees. As you get closer to Namche Bazaar, positioned at roughly 11,286 feet (3,440 meters), you'll enjoy incredible views of the mighty Himalayan Mountains. This beautiful town will be your base for two nights, giving you a chance to get used to the higher altitude and explore. You can check out the local market, visit the Sagarmatha National Park Visitor Center, and go to nearby viewpoints to catch your first glimpse of Mount Everest.
Namche Bazaar is the best place to explore, and if you are not feeling too tired, you are pushed to ascend another three to four hundred meters to help acclimate. This small trek takes you to the Everest View Point to see all the surrounding peak views. Today takes up about two hours of your time, and you get the chance to see Hillary School, one of the highest schools in the world. If you have more time to explore that day, you can visit the Sherpa Museum before resting for another night in Namche Bazaar.
On the fifth day of your journey in the Everest Region, you'll leave the busy town of Namche Bazaar, which is about as high as 11,286 feet (3,440 meters) above the sea. While leaving, your path will take you through lush forests filled with colorful rhododendron flowers, which look really pretty.
As you walk, you will start getting views of the towering Himalayan Mountains. After a few hours of hiking, you'll get to Tengboche, a peaceful village sitting at a height of about 12,687 feet (3,867 meters). Tengboche is famous for its Tengboche Monastery, an important place for Buddhists. Here, you can experience the local culture and spirituality. This day combines the beauty of nature with the richness of local culture, making it a memorable part of your journey to Everest.
Today, you will find that the descent is much more comfortable. You will retrace your steps along the same route, passing through Fungethanga, Lausasa, and Kyanjuma. If you're fortunate, you may have the opportunity to spot some of the region's incredible wildlife and birds, such as the Himalayan Thar, Blue Sheep, and Musk Deer. Keep an eye out for the national bird of Nepal, the Lophophorus (Danphe), which can often be seen near Namche Bazaar. If you arrive in Namche Bazaar with some extra time on your hands, you can explore the town once more before staying overnight. This presents an excellent chance to immerse yourself further in the local culture and scenery.
As you set out on your return journey to Lukla, you're about to experience the grand finale of your incredible adventure. The path ahead treats your eyes to breathtaking scenery as you make your descent. Along the way, you will travel through beautiful countryside and encounter charming villages like Jorsalle, Monju, Banker, Phakding, Ghat, and many more, each offering a glimpse into the local way of life.
As you draw closer to your final night in the mountains, take a moment to fully immerse yourself in the magic of this experience. Reflect on the adventures and cherished memories you've gathered throughout your trek, and make this last evening truly unforgettable.
Today marks the end of your exciting adventure in the Everest Region. In the morning, you'll hop on a short and scenic flight from Lukla to Kathmandu, Nepal's busy capital city. This flight treats you to stunning views of the Himalayan Mountains and is a perfect way to wrap up your trek.
When you land in Kathmandu, we'll take you to your hotel. Now, you can kick back, think about all the amazing moments you've had in the Everest Region, and maybe even explore Kathmandu a bit. It's a lively place with great food and interesting shops. Your hotel is a comfy spot to relax after your fulfilling mountain journey. Enjoy your time in this beautiful city!
Safe journey back home. Today our driver will drop you to the International Airport for the final departure.
With Holiday Planner Treks, the entire cost for the trek is $1080. If you have any questions or are unsure about anything, please feel free to contact us. We're here to help you through customer support, email, or any other way that suits you.
Yes, the Everest Panorama trek itinerary can be adjusted or customized to meet your specific preferences and needs.
Certainly! You have a couple of alternatives. One choice is to rent a helicopter, which costs around $500 for a single trip. Alternatively, you can take a longer route from Salleri to Phakding, but it involves a 12-hour drive to reach your destination.
The highest part of the Everest Panorama Trek is Tengboche, which sits at 3,860 meters above sea level. The journey begins in Lukla at an altitude of 2,875 meters and gradually goes up. Each day, the increase in elevation is not too steep, about 300-400 meters. On average, you'll be walking for around 9 kilometers, which takes about 5 to 6 hours each day.
Yes, trekkers need to obtain the Sagarmatha National Park Permit and the Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Permit to go on the Everest Panorama View Trek. These permits can be obtained in Kathmandu or on the trail.
Yes, it is safe to go on the Everest Panorama View Trek as long as you follow the advice of your guide and take precautions to prevent altitude sickness. It is important to acclimatize properly and drink plenty of water during the trek.
We can't guarantee flight schedules because they depend on the weather. It's important to be ready for this possibility. That's why it's a good idea to have an extra day or two in your plan, just in case.
No, you won't miss out on anything. In fact, you'll get to see even more. The places you'll visit are less crowded and less explored, so you'll experience their natural beauty in its raw form.
You can do the trek at any time of the year, but the best times for a great experience are spring (March-May) and autumn (September-November).
No, not at all. The Everest Panorama Trek is not very difficult. It's considered moderate, so even if you're not very experienced, you can still do it comfortably. However, if you're new to trekking, it's a good idea to have some guidance. The path have some uphill and downhill sections, but with the right plan and support, the trek can go smoothly and be a success.
When you're getting ready for the exciting 9 Days Evererst Panoramic View Trek, having the right gear is super important. To make sure you have a great time, we've put together a list of gear that's just right for this trek:
Before starting the trek, obtaining the necessary permits is mandatory. The following permits and fees are required for the Everest Panoramic View Trek:
Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit: You have to get this permit to enter the Sagarmatha National Park, where you'll be trekking most of the time. It costs about $30 for each person.
Khumbu Rural Municipality Entry Permit: You'll also need this permit, which is about $20 per person, to go to the Khumbu area.
TIMS (Trekkers' Information Management System) Card: This card is really important for trekking in Nepal, including the Everest Panoramic View Trek. It costs around $10 if you're trekking alone and $20 if you're in a group.