Everest Panorama Trek (Everest view Trek)

Duration: 10 Days 2 reviews

About Everest Panorama Trek (Everest view Trek)

The Everest Panorama Trek is the best way to experience mountainous beauty in a short period of time. This trekking package is designed for those who want to trek to view Everest but have limited time. If you really don’t have enough time for trekking, then this package is for you.

The trek to Everest Panorama is one of the best treks in the world that can be done in a short period of time. This trek doesn’t take you to Everest Base Camp, but it still gives you amazing views of mountains, including the highest peak in the world, Mt. Everest.
To state it briefly, this trek commences from Lukla to Phakding. Then, from Phakding, you trek to Namche Bazaar, which is known as the gateway to Everest Base Camp. Namche Bazaar is an awesome place for you to take a rest. There you meet other trekkers and the most famous mountaineers in the world, the Sherpas. From there, you trek to Tangboche. Then, you trek down to Manjo, then to Lukla, and finally back to Kathmandu.

So, if you are in Nepal and you have a short period of time left before you return, then the best way to make that time memorable is the Everest Panorama Trek. Or you can visit Nepal for this trek to enjoy your short holiday. Everest Panorama Trekking is a short but joyful and unforgettable trek.


  • This trek gives you outstanding views of mountains, including Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Nuptse, and other amazing peaks.
  • It includes a trip to Sagarmatha National Park, which is a world heritage site. You will get to know its flora and fauna.
  • Walking through Dudhkoshi Valley while crossing suspension bridges is a great experience.
  • You will visit Tenzing Hillary Airport (Lukla Airport), Namche Bazzar, and the biggest monastery, the Tengboche Monastry.
  • You will pass many Buddhist prayer rocks, and you get to visit many Buddhist monasteries.
  • You get to learn about the lifestyle of Sherpas. You will be impressed by their hospitality.



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Day 01 : Arrival in Kathmandu at the Tribhuvan International Airport(TIA)

On arrival in Kathmandu at the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) out of main arrival gate our office representative will be holding with your name sign or our company play card, pick you up then transfer you to the hotel, evening brief you about the trek.

  • Hotel
  • 1350m

In the morning, after breakfast, guided sightseeing tour of the entire Kathmandu valley including the renowned UNESCO world heritage sights – Monkey Temple, Patan Durbar Square, Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa. In the evening, prepare for the trek. Overnight at the hotel.

  • Breakfast
  • Hotel
  • 1350m
We take an early morning flight to Lukla which is where all Everest treks begin. We walk on a trail that gradually descends to Cheplung village from where we get a glimpse of Mt. Khumbila, a sacred mountain which has never been climbed. From here, we gradually descend until Phakding. Overnight in Phakding.
  • Breakfast,lunch,Dinner
  • Guesthouse
  • 2610m

Our trail passes through a pine forest and we continue our walk on the trail that goes north up the Benkar valley. We cross Dudh Koshi River and pass Chumoa and Monjo villages before reaching the entrance of the Everest National Park. Then after crossing a suspension bridge, we pass Jorsale village and walk alongside the Dudh Koshi and Bhote Koshi rivers. We ascend on a steep trail and reach Namche Bazaar which is probably the biggest town in the Everest region. Overnight in Namche Bazaar.

  • Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner
  • Guesthouse
  • 3,441m
We can tour Namche Bazaar which is the primary town of the Everest or Khumbu region and has government offices, ATMs, internet cafes, shops, restaurants, and a colorful market. Our guide will take you to explore around the nearest villages or hike up to Syangboche Everest View hotel for a couple of hours to resist your body with high elevation). Overnight in Namche Bazaar
  • Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner
  • Guesthouse
  • 3,441m
The trek until Phunki is an easy walk. From here we ascend towards Tengboche village which houses the very famous Tengboche monastery which is the biggest monastery of the Everest region. It is located within the Sagarmatha National Park which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The monastery is blessed with panoramic views of the Himalayas, including Mt. Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam and Thamserku. The Tengboche Monastery opens at 3:00pm, so if we reach there by 3 o’clock we can observe a Buddhist religious ceremony. Overnight in Tengboche.
  • Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner
  • Guesthouse
  • 3,860m

Today we begin our trek walking down hill to Monjo a small village in the Khumbu region , just north of Phakding and south of Jorsale lies in the Dudh Koshi river valley , upon arrival at the guesthouse you guys just take it easy and explore the village and nature.

  • Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner
  • Guesthouse
  • 2,835m

We begin our trek to Lukla today on a rocky terrain. pass by several monasteries and villages before reaching Lukla. After reaching Lukla we spend the rest of the day resting as today will be our last day on the mountains. Overnight in Lukla.

  • Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner
  • Guesthouse
  • 2,800m
We catch an early morning flight to Kathmandu after our long mountain journey. After reaching Kathmandu, we can take a rest or do some souvenir shopping, evening farewell dinner. Overnight in Kathmandu.
  • Breakfast,Dinner
  • Hotel
  • 1,350m

Our office representative will transfer you to the airport for your flight back home or onward destination 3hrs prior to your flight time 

  • Breakfast

What’s Included

  • International & Domestic airport pick up & drop by private transport.
  • Domestic flight tickets + Airport taxes for both ways (Kathmandu to Lukla and Lukla to Kathmandu)
  • Guided tour in Kathmandu (Private car + tour Guide)
  • 3 night standard accommodation on B/B plan at Hotel Nepalaya or similar category in Kathmandu
  • Guide during the trek (his salary, food, insurance, accommodation, Our Company Sherpa guide Kathmandu/ Lukla their flight tickets)
  • Your food 3 meals a day (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) during the trek in the guest houses.
  • Porters (their salary food, insurance, accommodation from Lukla, 1 porter for two clients)
  • Your accommodation in the mountain(Normal but neat & clean on twin sharing basis) in the teahouse during the trek
  • Permit fees (Sagarmatha National Park)
  • TIMS card (Trekker’s Information Management System)
  • Medical kits
  • Sleeping bag & Down jacket during the trek (need to be return after finish your trek)
  • Rescue Arrangements for emergency evacuation (just in case if you have any problem in the mountain during your trek rescue help from our company but money paid by your insurance company, need personal insurance)
  • Register your name in the embassy
  • Last Night cultural/Farewell dinner at typical Nepali restaurant
  • All Government tax 
  • All bar bills during the trek (soft drinks, hot drinks & alcoholic drinks)
  • Monument entrance fees while sightseeing in Kathmandu
  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu
  • Lunch & Dinner in Kathmandu (except farewell dinner)
  • Travel insurance required for emergency rescue and evacuation.
  • Sweets, Cigarette, Telephone bills, hot shower, Battery Charge, Wi-Fi, Heater Charge and your personal expenses, equipment during your trek beyond I mentioned above in a price included section
  • Any loss arising due to unforeseen circumstances is beyond Himalaya Hub Adventure.
  • Tips for field staff (Driver,Guide,porter) 

Departures & Dates

Regarding dates, you can pick any date for private trips. Please do write us for a customized group trek.

Useful Information

Note: Lukla is one of the most sensitive airports in the world, there are always chances of flights getting delayed or cancelled. Just in case it gets cancelled for a few days and you have limited time, you can take a Helicopter ride to Lukla, which will cost you around 500 USD extra for one way per person, but in that case, you will get a refund of your flight ticket money. We suggest you have a few extra days at the end to make sure this trip will not affect your international flight back home if you have a tight schedule.


The local teahouse and the restaurants have their own menus where you can the item of the food you like. The most common item of foods are: noodles, breads, egg items, curries, rice, soups, dumpling etc. Even some of the teahouses/restaurants offer continental, Indian, Japanese, Chinese, Italian and other item of foods. You can also taste some local food items like Tsampa, yak meat and many other Tibetan and Sherpa food items on the trail.

You’d better carry a medical kit which will help you in case of emergency. Yes, your guide will carry one during the trek but if you carry your own medical kit that will really be reliable and authentic. If you have your own, you can use it at any time you want which can save you from bigger risks.

You can use ATM at two places in Everest Base Camp Trek. You can find them in Lukla and Namche. After Namche, there is no ATM booth. So, you are suggested to prepare the money you need during Everest Base Camp Trek in Kathmandu. But, at least, you can use the ATMs located in Lukla and Namche Bazaar in case of emergency and when you are running out of money on the trek.

Normally, toilets are shared. Do not expect the separate toilet for you; be ready to share the toilets. Carry toilet paper on your own because it’s hard to use water at higher altitude. However, some hotels/guesthouses on the trail may provide you separate toilet for you. For this you have to ask the company to provide you luxury accommodation.

There is no age limit for doing EBC Trek. However, the children below 10 are recommended to trek to Everest Base Camp. Otherwise, people of any age can do Everest Base Camp Trek.

There are two ways of getting to Lukl. The one is by flight and the other is by road. The road connects Kathmandu to Bupsa. Bupsa is the village located just below Lukla. You get Bupsa by jeep ride. If you take a flight to Lukla, it is 40 mins flight with spectacular mountain views. During the bad weather, no flights are operated to and from Lukla and during the rainy season, no jeep ride is possible to get to Bupsa.

The weather in Everest Base Camp trek is always unpredictable because the weather condition switches in every 15 minutes. Normally, the weather is fairly perfect in the morning and get worse in the afternoon. The evenings and the nights are very cold on the trek.

If you do Everest Base Camp Trek during Autumn( Sep-Nov) and Spring ( Mar-May), you will have incredibly good weather. In summer ( Jun-Aug), you will have rain and in winter ( Dec-Feb) you will have snow.

There is not any diet plan that you have be trained with for EBC trek. You can just go with regular diet that you have in your daily life. But most importantly, you should use fresh and well-cooked food items during the trek. Furthermore, we suggest you not to drink and smoke a lot above 5000m during the trek.

Yes, you cannot do Everest Base Camp Trek without proper acclimatization. At least, 2 days of acclimatization is must beforehand you go to step your foot at Everest Base Camp. We will take first day acclimatization at Namche and the second day acclimatization at Dingboche in Everest Base Camp Trek. You are prone to the risk of altitude sickness if you do not get proper acclimatization. Do not ascend quickly in rush while doing your Everest Base Camp Trek. Your body needs acclimatization.

You can leave your excess gear at hotel in Kathmandu. The hotel you used in Kathmandu will store your excess gear until you come back to claim them from the trekking. The will be safe and don’t forget to take the tags of the luggage/gears and keep them safe.

Yes, you can do this. We also suggest you do the same because carrying/taking your own sleeping bag and down jacket will be more reliable for you during the trek because you can fully trust in your equipment. But, some trekking companies also provide sleeping bag and the down jacket which may be fresh and reliable enough.

If an individual trekker asks to arrange his/her Everest Base Camp Trek, then, the trek/tour operator has to do it. It means even an individual traveler can do this trek with his/her guide and the porter. So, you don’t need to panic that you are the only traveler in the group; you still can do this trek. The group size ranges between 1-18 people. If there are more than 10 people in a group, then, the company will hire an assistant guide too to take a good care of the trekkers.

Actually, the last human settlement before Everest Base Camp is Gorekhshep. There are no teahouses/guesthouses/hotels at Everest Base Camp. Therefore, you can not stay overnight at Everest Base Camp. However, if you carry all the required food items, tents and equipment for accommodation, you can stay overnight at Everest Base Camp. But, you need to have that permit prior to the trekking.

Normally, the trek to Everest Base Camp is 14 days with two days acclimatization: one at Namche and the other at Dingboche including arrive and departure. If you exclude arrival and departure, then, it will be 12 days trek to Everest Base Camp. Some people also prefer doing Rapid Everest Base Camp Trek which will be of 10 days excluding two acclimatization days but it will be too rush and there you are highly prone to altitude sickness if ascend quickly without proper acclimatization. So, the most popular itineraries for Everest Base Camp are: 12 days Everest Base Camp and 14 days Everest Base Camp Trek.

Everest Base Camp Trek Accommodations are basic and ordinary at the local teahouses/guesthouses. The accommodation will be on twin sharing basis and the toilet will be outside and should be shared with other trekkers. But the rooms and beds are neat and clean. Importantly, you may need extra covering to keep your body warm at higher altitude, for this, you need to carry your own sleeping bag or don’t forget to ask with the company you are using for your Everest Base Camp Trek.

However, you can enjoy luxury accommodations at Namche and Dingboche. These Himalayas towns have adopted the trend of modernization and have built some luxury hotels where you can enjoy luxury accommodation if you plan it prior to the trekking with your travel company.

You can charge your phone at the guesthouse/restaurant/teahouse on the way. But, you need to have your own charger and plugins to fit your phone. In fact, you are to pay some amount of money like Rs. 100 -200 per device because they have their community hydroelectricity or solar power.

We require to pack up all the trekking equipments including the light, battery charger, the plugs, first-aid kit, trekking poles, a down jacket that resists the temperature below than 1 Celsius, the hat, sunglasses, gloves, sun block cream, extra pairs of trousers an shirts, warm shocks etc. If you want some more information about the pack list, you can click our packlist.

Yes, these days, the guesthouses, lodges, teahouses and restaurants offer the facility of Wifi to the trekkers along the trail where they stay. From Lukla to Gorekhshep, all along the trail, you can enjoy the facility of Wifi but they charge you some money like Rs.200-500 per device. Alternatively, you can buy data pack from Kathmandu with local SIM card. This will help you a lot throughout the trip.

Yes, travel insurance is a must document to be made beforehand the trek. You travel insurance must cover all the risks including the rescue cost by helicopter and the further treatment at the hospitals. You can not go for trekking without your travel insurance.

Himalayas are wild and savage all the time. So, all of sudden, one may have an emergency risks including high altitude sickness. In case of emergency, you have to report to your trekking leader/guide in no time and he will try to apply the first aid in order to keep you out of the risks and if the problem worsens, then, you will be rescued by helicopter from the mountain for the further treatment to the cities like Kathmandu and Pokhara in coordination between guide and the company.

No, the beginners cannot do Everest Base Camp Trek since it demands a lot of stamina and confidence. Prior trekking is a must to do Everest Base Camp Trek.

No, not any special kind of training requires for Everest Base Camp. What trekkers who are planning their Everest Base Camp Trek require are: at least 1/2 trekking experiences above 4000m, good level of stamina and confidence and authentic and reliable trekking gear.

Everest Base Camp Trek Cost is the most common concern of the people who are planning their trek to Everest Base Camp but it is very tough to determine the exact cost of the trek. The things like accommodation, foods, extra expenses, permits etc determine the Everest Base Camp Trek cost.

One night accommodation varies from USD 10-15 and one item of meal costs between USD 5-10. TIMS Card costs Rs.1000 and the National Park Permit costs Rs. 3000. Similarly, Lukla flight cost (USD 170-180) or optionally jeep ride to Bupsa(USD 30) also contribute to fix the Everest Base Camp Trek Cost. The extra expenses like donations, shopping, drinks etc add some more cost to Everest Base Camp Trek Cost. So, normally Everest Base Camp Trek cost ranges between USD 1050-1300. But if you prefer Everest Base Camp Luxury Trek, then, the cost will go higher than that.

There is not only the best season/time to trek to Everest region; there are two best times of the year: Spring ( Mar-May) and Autumn( Sept. Nov). Frankly telling, if you can tolerate crowd, you can trek in Everest Region in Autumn and if you want to avoid it, you are suggested to trek in Spring. But, both seasons/timings offer you the finest and the rewarding views of the mountain summits and the weather condition will absolutely be fine with no rainfall and snowfall.

The long established height of Mt. Everest is 8848m but nowadays the height of Mt. Everest has been increased by 2 meters after the new measurement by China. So, the new height of Mt. Everest is 8850m and the Everest Base Camp is the highest mountain base camp of the world and it is 5364m. 17164ft high above the sea level.

Everest Base Camp Trek is taken as a moderate adventure trekking in Nepal located in Khumbu region. However, sometimes, it is also considered as a strenuous trek by some trekkers since the trek takes us above 5000m. Definitely, trekking above 5000m is not an easy job. It demands a lot of sacrifices. More, specifically, one requires doing a lot of preparation with prior trekking experiences. Everest Base Camp Trek is not for the beginners and the trekkers who are preparing for Everest Base Camp Trek must own prior trekking experiences.

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