General

10 Days / 9 Nights – Highest Altitude 3860 m

Everest View Trek is relatively easy compared to some other treks lies in the Everest region. This takes high up to the Tengboche Monastery (3860 m). This is a short trek but provide the best scenic view of the world highest peaks, including Mount Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Thamserku, Ama Dablam and other many snowy peaks. Starting flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, the trail passes through important trade centers of Khumbu region; Namchebazar, Thyangboche (Famous for its monastery) etc. Here you can see the good settlement of Sherpas people. Best suited trek for those who have no longer time to go the Base Camp and for those who need continuous acclimatization with the practice of short trekking routes before going to the longer height.

Everest View Trek – Facts

Country: Nepal

Trek Grade: Moderate/Strenuous

Trek Code: SA-EVT

Duration: 10 Days

Trek Style: Tea House Trek

Season: Round the year/Best Time to go (March to June / September to November)

Max. Altitude: 3860 m

Group Size: Small Group

Age Requirements: 12+

Start from: Kathmandu

End at: Kathmandu

Everest View Trek – Outline Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival at Kathmandu (1400 m)

Day 02: Fly Lukla (2800 m, 25 min) – Trek to Phakding (2600 m, 5 hr)

Day 03: Trek to Namche Bazaar (3450 m, 5 hr)

Day 04: Rest day (Visit Thame Valley)

Day 05: Trek to Tengboche (3860 m, 6 hr)

Day 06: Trek to Namche Bazaar (3450 m, 5 hr)

Day 07: Trek to Phakding (2600 m, 4 hr)

Day 08: Trek to Lukla where trek began (2800 m, 4 hrs.)

Day 09: Fly to Kathmandu (1300 m, 25 min)

Day 10: Departure at any time or for more travel arrangement Contact us

Everest View Trek – Tourist Attractions

  • Panorama view of Mt. Everest, Ama Dablam, Lhotse, Kantega, Thamserku etc.
  • Scenic flight to Lukla from Kathmandu.
  • Extraordinary people of Namche Bazaar & its Saturday market.
  • Sherpa community and culture.
  • The largest religious foundation of Khumbu region, Tengboche Monastery.
  • Yak Caravan
  • The mixture of religious, authentic cultural and natural charm of the Everest territory of Nepal.
  • Have an influence of Tibetan Buddhist tradition and its actual similarity can be seen on the prayer flags, chorten and Gompa everywhere along the trial.
  • The astonishments of swanky sceneries and wild mountain range.
  • Incredible scenes of streams, hikes over a swing bridge and come across unique inspect of Plants and Animals

Everest View Trek – Detail Itinerary

Day 01

Arrival in Kathmandu (1400 m)

On your arrival at Airport in Nepal’s capital. A representative from the workplace or office will come to pick you and transfer to the Hotel. In the later afternoon, your trekking guide will come for a briefing about the trip provisions. For an instance; time, particulars and trek planning.

Day 02

Everest View Trek– Fly Lukla (2800 m, 25 min) – Trek to Phakding (2600 m, 5 hr)

You’ll be moved to KTM Domestic Airport terminal for the short outstanding 25 min flight to Tenzing-Hillary Airport at Lukla. After arriving, you start your trek. The mountain flight into Lukla is incredible and also finding a motivating. From then on, you’ll start up heading through pine and cedar woods across the Dudh Koshi to Phakding. There you may experience the initial yak trains conveying trekking hardware supplies towards base camp. Additionally, it is possible to find out musk deer, Himalayan Thar. And when you sit timidly around the river bank may see water rascals as well.

Day 03

Everest View Trek – Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3450 m, 5 hr)

Today, you will head up through the fir, woodlands of pine, and rhododendron trees over the banks of Dudh Koshi. After the overpassing wonderful river, you will cross the motivating suspension bridge that laden with prayer flags. Continue your pace, you’ll reach the confluence of Dudh Koshi and Bhote Koshi streams and enter the Sagarmatha National Park. Afterward, the path climbs steeply with stunning perspectives of Mt. Everest. Look closely at the Lhotse-Nuptse ridge and gently trekking brings you one to the Namche Bazar. The best towns across the entire Everest trekking trail.

Day 04

Rest day (Visit Thame Valley)

Today, the pleasing rest and adaptation day time at Namche Bazaar. The commanding capital in the area. It had been the organizing point for exchanging campaigns to Tibet. Its particular Saturday business sector remains an important occasion. There the merchants come from the rural towns for a week leave. Another, an acclimatization day takes into consideration trip to Thame. The valley has unpredictably cut Mani stones stamp the right way. There is a beautiful Gomba around the slope sitting higher than the valley.

Day 05

Everest View Trek – Namche Bazaar to Tengboche (3860 m, 6 hr)

Now again today, the path is incredibly beautiful. You’ll follow the gradual trail with few ups and downs approximately three hours. The path is pretty easy to stroll from Namche to Phunki Tenga. Overlook magnificent view of the truly great Himalaya Everest (8848 m), Ama Dablam (6812 m), Thamserku (6623 m) and Lhotse (8516 m). Mani walls, woods, rhododendron forests, chorten, and suspension bridges through the river made this a pleasant walk. You then will track by way of a three-hour ascent towards Tengboche. In a place, you spend your night.

The morning view from Tengboche is legitimately viewed as a standout amongst the most eminent on the planet. Tengboche Gompa, the social and religious focus of Khumbu, established in 1915. It has been destroyed and reconstructed twice as the result of earthquake and fire.

Day 06

Everest View Trek – Tengboche to Namche Bazaar (3450 m, 5 hr)

Rejoin the trail through several bends and lookout for wildlife such as mountain goats, snow leopards, colorful pheasants, etc. Then you will reach the army camp at Namche Bazaar. From this point, take a long last look and take a picture back to Lhotse, the tip of Everest and Tengboche. And relax in Lodge.

Day 07

Everest View Trek – Namche Bazaar to Phakding (2600 m, 4 hr)

You will retrace your steps to Phakding. Enjoy the beautiful surroundings and watch the numerous birds and animal species that regularly seen along the trail.

Day 08

Everest View Trek – Phakding to Lukla where trek began (2800 m, 4 hr)

Finally, you will return to Lukla. From where you started your trek.

Day 09

Fly back to Kathmandu

Fly back to Kathmandu airport terminal and transfer to the Hotel.

Day 10

Departure

Leave for your country whenever you want or you can also extend your adventure. To learn more, Call or E-mail us.

In Everest View Trek – What are Included?
  • Arrival and Departure Transfer
  • All ground transportation according to the trip itinerary
  • Flight between Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu
  • Everest national park trekking permit
  • Porter for the baggage carriage on the Everest trek (1 porter for 2 trekkers)
  • 10 kg luggage allowance while on trek
  • Accommodation

Good Hotels, Guest Houses in the towns & Tea House in the trekking – Twin Share

  • Transportation

Plane (KTM-LUK-KTM), Jeep, car, coaches, and minibusses relying on the group size, and Walking/Hiking

  • Meals

No Meals Included (USD 25-30 per person/per day meals not included)

  • Competent Staffs

English talking Qualified Experience Guide, Backpacking Supporting Staffs

In Everest View Trek – What are not Included?
  • All Meals
  • Payments caused by personal nature like doing shopping, tipping or tips etc.
  • Related expenditures due to unexpected circumstances such as Emergency Fund, Entrance Fees.
  • Expenditures like the budget for drinks, cigars, laundry, the internet so on.
  • Entry fees for sightseeing and tour
  • Tips for Guide in addition to Porters.
  • Nepal entry visa fees
  • Personal travel insurance
  • International flight airfares
  • Costs for the services apart from included above

Before You Go – Everest View Trek

Note: Please pay attention to that posted travel plan is a statement of expectancy and be employed for guide simply. Each day may difference while traveling in a group. Such as climate situation, a health problem of a team member, unforeseen natural disasters etc. The guide responsible for ones’ outing can change the schedule if necessary and such alterations of the itinerary are at the attention of Stunning Adventure Pvt. Ltd and your guide. Though, the guide will seek to ensure that this trip goes as per original itinerary. However, if possible enable you to be flexible when needed.

Accommodation

Accommodation in the major cities for instance; Kathmandu, you could get on a twin share basis with particular facilities. While in Everest view trek area lodging is at local lodges or teahouses which are of a basic standard. Rooms could be twin or multi-offer with basic shared toilet facilities. Warm showers are offered in a bit charge. The Tea houses in Lukla and so Namche Bazaar are of better standard compared to the others.

Mode of Transport

Transportation inside the urban centers is by means of land cruisers, jeeps, cars, autos, coaches or minibusses relying upon the group size. In this trekking, a method of transportable is simply by walking or hiking. In some instances, yaks or even horses and donkeys are used for supplying the goods or baggage. Yet, in this Everest view trek, hiking is the prime ways of transportation, whereas your baggage will likely be carried by porter and or animals.

Guiding Staffs

We will provide you govt. approved proficient local guide for your support. Another, you will get the porter who will be able to carry your bags. 1 porter for 2 tourist or trekkers. Your guide is in charge of the excursion. So, this is the individual that you need for any kind of concerns, issues & inquiries. Also, our guides are familiar with all parts of trekking, such as; security, medicinal aid, emergency strategies and higher altitude pharmaceutical. They are selected for their knowledge and dynamism for Nepal. Meanwhile, you must understand in fact they are local guides and also their English might be basic & limited to trek-related subjects.

Foods

No foods are covered in tea house trek. In the towns such as Kathmandu, you can perceive numerous restaurants of any style with price-range. On the Everest view trek, foods can be found in tea houses and lodges with fitted menus. You will find out a number of tea house lodges along the way. Meals are often simple, but filling up and portion are typically quite big.

Please pay attention to: However, the cost of food items might increase costly or farther from a major city you decide to go.

Do think of: Take your preferred snacks as well like for instance Sneaker, Chocolate, Mints etc. Just keep in mind it is necessary to carry for lengthy treks.

Permits

Sagarmatha National Park entrance permits are essential on this Everest view trek and will be available through Stunning Adventure. For the entry to Mount Everest area, the permit must be acquired that is given by Nepal Tourism Board. A Trekking Information Management System (TIMS) cards are vital for the data records by the NTB, which is recorded for possibility hazards to happen. Nationality, Gender, full name, passport digit, the time frame of birth, house address and one photograph for each permit are required.

Your Days Start with

While you are on Everest view trek, day’s start out with breakfast at the tea house where you stay. So you must pack-up your important things before the morning meal. The porter will set off ahead of a timetable to experience the bright sun’s rays that hit on mountain ranges. You need to be on the trail by around eight am. Stopping for a restful lunch around 12 am. A noon-time meal break for several areas about 1 hours. You will have OK’ing lots of time to learn the surrounding environment and chill out. The evening stroll is generally shorter.

So, you normally grasp lodge at around four pm. As you reach earlier, go to close-by attractions, religious shelters or to explore the small town or villages. Otherwise, wake up to pace with your diary. The evening meal is in the most area around seven pm and after that, you get time for relaxing.

Your Belongings carriage

Your belongings are limited to 20 kilograms (10 kilograms for every single). The baggage is carried by porter which is not available for you during the daytime. Your handbag pack must contain all those things that you need during the daytime. This usually covers water bottle, warm dress, sunscreen, camera, lip balm and so on. Your guide will explain every evening that you need additional things for the next day.

Grading Scheme

It is hard to possess full evidence grading method on Everest view trek. Mainly because each person seems to have different desires or sentiments of their own individual fitness levels. Take note that simply no hike in the Himalaya is all the way going up and that elevation has an impact on everybody in a surprising way.

Preparing

Despite your age and fitness, preparation, before you decide to get there, is essential. Active movement, cycling, swimming, or fast-paced strolling is usually recommended. Another, at least, stroll down and up steps in ones trekking footwear. Usually, each day strolling hrs. in this trekking is 5 to 6 hrs.

Money matter

It is often difficult to change the foreign exchange or maybe traveler cheque in the mountain. So, it is better to change a foreign currency in the Kathmandu. As a result, while you are in the Everest view trek money is king. So it is highly recommending to change foreign currencies in the Kathmandu before your adventure start. Nepal ‘s official currency is Nepalese rupee, NRP or simply Rs. Try to make a guarantee for the mixture of smaller cash in Nepalese Rs. that comes in 1, two, five, 10,20,50,100,500 and one thousand.

Consider that you have to have cash notes for local spending like; budget for drinks, entry charge might be required for an emergency fund, sightseeing, departure tax, shopping, extra expenses, tipping or tips for porter and guide etc. Here is to let you know that around 25 $– 30 $ or simply 2500 to 3000 Rs. daily per person ordinarily might be expenditures in foodstuff or others that do not come under the packages.

In Nepal, a few of the foreign currencies are restricted for exchange. Therefore, you must obtain the changeable currency whenever you are in Nepal. The Canadian dollar, us dollars, Australian dollar and Euro are mostly convertible.

Tipping

Because of the west influence trekking staff, as an example, your guide and porter usually expecting a tip. It is obligatory here but not a necessity. For those who have obtained a great service, go with your kindness.

Tipping is a private and also voluntary topic. Moreover, tips are simply not as part of the adventure cost.

If you would like to reward the hard labor of those who have made an effort to make your Everest view trek as you expected. We propose the circumstantial: 5 Dollars for each day for a group of 8+, 6 Dollars per each day for the smaller sized group.

Insurance

Travel Insurance is not combined with this trip cost. We highly recommend that, apply for a complete personal travel insurance before your trek from your home country. Your personal Travel insurance must cover up against personal accident, emergency evacuation (along with helicopter evacuation), medical expenses as well as personal insurance (theft of things and stuff). We additionally suggest that it includes loss of belongings & personal effects.

Health issues and Necessities

As you are trekking to elevation, your overall health condition is required to be healthy. Trekking in Nepal does not need to be looked at as a high-risk affair. In the terms, your health is matter. There are absolutely no specific health requirements for entrance into Nepal. On the other side, Everest view trek goes extreme height up to 3860 m from the sea level. At the same time, a protective measure like through health check-up before you begin trekking can save you from unexpected danger. So, you must seek advice from a medical expert for up-to-date information about the vaccine, high altitude medications.

Moreover, sufficient quantity of medical requirements for predictable illness needs to be brought to you while traveling in Nepal. Since outside Kathmandu, drugstores will be unsure and far away between as well as what they can provide. If nothing is accessible, then rescue & evacuation is an alternative. You need to understand that the healthcare services are not of the equal standard you might expect at home. So, it is strongly recommending that you must carry a personal first aid kit as well as sufficient quantity of personal medical requirements. Common problems like diarrhea, dehydration, headache, Fever and also tonsil may appear within this Everest view trek time. Thus, plan for that reason. Once you experience too much chilly, frisk yourself and consume ginger tea or soup, hot water or garlic.

Remember that some medicines like anti-malarial, possess side effects at altitude. Make sure you discuss this very carefully with a medical professional.

Altitude

Altitude sickness commonly called acute mountain sickness. It is a result of the failed of the human body to adjust to the higher altitude. This may affect any person, no matter what age or fitness. It normally appears over 3000 meters those who ascend quickly. The care about the acute mountain illness is to ascend gradually, three hundred meters for every single day over three thousand meters up until you get acclimatized.

Initial mountain sickness can noticeable by itself in a loss of appetite, headache, sleeplessness, nausea, dizziness, vomiting, somewhat swelling on face or hand. Never neglect this warning otherwise more severe symptom may appear which can be the source of the death within just a few hours. Simply, to get rid of AMS is to go down to a lower altitude. On this issue, your guide’s reference is overall. The chance of AMS during this particular Everest view trek is higher (3800 m).

Prevention: Drink nearly 4 to 5 liters of water on a daily basis and acclimatize yourself into surrounding with sufficient quantity of rest. These are the most effective way of treatment for acute mountain illness. Definitely do not think this is serious, calm down and please inform your guide if you think or feel worse symptoms and also never medicate yourself without sharing it with them first.

Climate condition

Variation of the climatic condition is particularly in accordance with the altitude. On this Everest view trek, the trekking path passes through height between 2600 m to 3860 m. From 2,700 m to 3,000 m a great cool climate remains, and somewhere within 3,500 m and 3800 m, summer season are cool and so winter season is extremely cold. Above 4100 m a cold temperature with alpine climate conditions prevails. There is a different number of elevation on this trekking. So, you can expect cool summer and extremely cold winter. Changing global climate situations have had their effects on the Himalayan atmosphere or mountain climate is notably variable.

All the time, be ready for an adjustment in situations. Also, note that when extreme and hazardous climate conditions appear your guide’s decision on any phase is last.

Safety

Take your safety traveling bag for your belongings. Don’t leave money or another precious laying around in the room like a money belt, passport, camera etc. Be aware of pickpockets in crowded or simply any places.

Necessary Accessories for Everest view trek
  • You should carry an easy medium sized bag backpack to carry things that you may need during the day. This better have a belly fastening belt or maybe much better an expanded waistline strap.
  • Walking footwear – lightweight, rainproof in addition to well-worn in
  • Water resistant Lightweight strolling footwear or slipper to put on in the lodges.
  • Water flask – at least one liter, lightweight aluminum or simply Nalgene Polypropylene are effective.
  • Lightweight trouser and the thick trouser are helpful for high up in the mountain range in the morning and at nighttime.
  • 2-3 cotton fabric T-shirts
  • 2 pair of lean and two pairs of thicker woolen socks.
  • A sunhat furthermore ensures that it has a wider brim to protect the face and even neck.
  • A snow glasses and sunglass
  • Bio – degradable toiletries with big and small towels. Toilet paper is available in Kathmandu and Pokhara or even in most villages in the mountain ranges.
  • Small headlamp or flashlight or torch light.
  • First Aid Kit
  • Knife or just sewing kit
  • Sunscreen or sunburn lotion or cream
  • Wool Sweater-Warm jacket
  • Sleeping bag
  • Waterproof/Windproof trouser and Raincoat as well
  • Woolen cap to wear in the morning & at night.
  • Pair of gloves-fleece or Woolen
  • Scarf
  • Lighter – For burning up the toilet paper and waste
  • Money strap
  • Bag liners-thicker, large garbage bags to line & dust/water proof your duffle
  • Towel
  • Underwear
  • Thermal Underwear
  • Thick sweater and Woolen Shirt

Available departures

The given below of highlighted dates are your arrival dates to join in the group before starting your trip. Our groups are average 10 and not more than 15 people. If this dates are not suiting you and have your own special small group or family group and want to go private tour, then please get in touch with us and Send Inquiry or Contact us . We will joyfully alter your trip on the dates that suit you most. Finally, agree with our Booking Terms and Conditions before proceeding.

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