Everest View Trek

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  • Duration: 7 days
  • Price: $1,450

We have designed Everest view trek in such a way that it becomes the most easiest way of catching a glimpse of Mount Everest (8848m). The Mount Everest is the highest mountain on the planet and known as the “crown of the planet”. Catching a glimpse of the Everest is a life long dream for many and this Everest mini trek will make sure that this dream come true. Everest region is home to Mr. Tenzing Norgey Sherpa, the first man to conquer Everest with Sir Edmond Hilary of New Zealand in 29th May 1953. This Everest mini trek is a shortest possible trek to go if you have limited time but want to catch a glimpse of the Everest. This trek route will take you through the area populated by Sherpas. You will have a great opportunity to know about Sherpa culture and traditions along the route to Everest view trek.

Day 1
Kathmandu to Lukla (2840m.)/Phakding (2610m.) 35 minutes flights and trek about 4 hours 8.5Km./5.3 miles. Night stay at Guest house.
Day 2
Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3440m.) Trek about 5 hours 10.5Km./ 6.5 miles. Night stay at Guest house.
Day 3
Namche bazaar to Syangboche (3740m.) Trek about an hour and half 1.75Km. Night stay at the world highest deluxe hotel Everest view for the best and close view of Mount Everest including other mountains.
Day 4
Syangboche to Tengboche: (3860m.) Trek about 5 hours 8.5Km./ 5.3miles. The place itself one of the best view point to view Lhotse (8527m.), Lhotse Shar (8387m.), Nuptse (7879m.), Ama Dablam (6857m.), Thamserku (6611m.), Tawache (6539m.), as well as Tengboche Monastery.
Day 5
Tyangboche to Monjo (2840m.) Trek about 5 to 6 hrs. 10Km. 6.25 miles.
Day 6
Monjo to Lukla (2840m.) trek about 7 hours 13.8Km./ 8.6 miles.
Day 7
Lukla to Kathmandu: A pleasant flight by small twin otter, which allows an opportunity to see beautiful villages high in the mountains and an exquisite taste of the Himalayan range.
Starting Point Lukla
Ending Point Lukla
Latitude 27° 40’ – 27° 58’
Longitude 86° 37′ – 86° 50′
Altitude Range 2600m to 3860m
Difficulty Moderate
Trek Type Tea-house

Everest trek is not done for the view of the Everest alone. Many other over 8000 meters high mountain lies besides Mount Everest. Some famous mountains along Everest trekking routes include Mt Lhotse (8516m), Mt Makalu (8463m), Mt Cho-Oyu (8201m) and dozen of other snow capped peaks, high passes and Lakes. The Gokyo lake is the most popular lake in Everest region. Visit to see the crown of the world is the most exciting thing one can do.

Trekking to Everest region is not only a natural experience, but a spiritual one as well. Set amid the soaring peaks are an amazing assortment of Stupas, monasteries, and the ever present prayer flags written on the silk cloth all along the way. Every day of your adventure is set against a backdrop of the highest and most impressive looking mountains found nowhere else on the planet.

Trekking around Everest can be arranged according to your interests, time frame and physical fitness. Everest trek can be made for anywhere between 7 days to a month. The Everest view trek is the shortest one for short holiday travelers. The Everest view hotel is probably the world highest deluxe hotel which lie at an altitude of 3740 meters at Syangboche.

The starting point of this Everest view trek is Lukla, which can be reached through a short flight from Kathmandu. Another option to reach Lukla is by a long trek which starts from Jiri. The next option to enter to Everest region would be via Rolwaling valley crossing over Tashi Lapcha pass to Thame and to Namche bazaar. Thame/ Khumjung and Khunde valley are also tourist’s attractions.

Everest view trek cost

Full board package USD 1650
Standard package USD 1450
Price based on two people, single supplement charge will be USD 100.  Price also includes all necessary government taxes.


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Everest view trek

Mount Everest (8848m)