Everest View Trek





City sight seeing/ Trekking


Everest Region






3-star hotels in the cities and tea-houses during the trek


Full board on trek


Private Car / Van / Hiace or Flight: Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu

Best Seasons

Sep-Dec and Mar-May

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Trip Highlights of Everest View Trek

  • Mountain views on the scenic flight to Lukla
  • Accommodation at  Namche Bazaar, a gateway to Mt Everest.
  • A visit to monasteries and gumbas
  • Travel through magnificent Sherpa villages and rhododendron forests.
  • Stroll around  UNESCO-designated heritage site  Sagarmatha National Park.
  • Encounter the breathtaking views of Ama Dablam (6856m), Thamserku, (6608m) and Mt. Everest (8848.86m) 
  • Discover the Khumbu Valley thriving cultural and festivals.

About Everest View Trek

The panoramic view of Mount Everest and numerous other higher mountains makes the Everest View Trek (Panoramic) a highly well-known trip. This hiking is ideal for people who don't have much time to travel to the top of mountains. To comfortably accomplish this journey, you will need a reasonable degree of physical fitness since you will ascend to a maximum altitude of 4100m.

The journey starts in the historic city of Kathmandu, from where a quick flight will take you to the charming village of Lukla (2800m), which is in the Solu Khumbu region. Everest view From there, the trek continues through the lush Sagarmatha National Park, with its pine forests, rhododendron flowers, and an abundance of wildlife, to Namche Bazaar (3440m).

In Namche, a day of rest is required to acclimate to higher altitudes. The settlement of Tengboche, located at an elevation of 3930 meters, is home to the highest Buddhist monastery in the world (4100 meters). Photographers regard Tengboche as one of the best locations to capture the breathtaking grandeur of Mt. Everest (8848.86 meters) and its nearby peaks.

The final days of Everest View Trek will be spent in Khunde (3500m) and Khumjung, two charming and picturesque villages where you will get the chance to meet the famed Sherpa people and take part in their astounding traditional lifestyle. We offer a remarkable 8-day journey that includes a wide variety of stunning scenery together with one-of-a-kind cultural contacts with the kindhearted Sherpa people who live in these high-altitude regions to give you a glimpse into the heart of the villages of these people.

In Everest View Trek, We can change the days for trekkers who want to see Mount Everest based on their preferences and concerns. The Everest Base Camp Trek 13 days with good accommodation might be a good alternative for your holiday if you have extra time.




Day 01: Arrive at Tribhuwan International Airport (TIA) Kathmandu (1300m)


Namaste & welcome to Mountain Guide Trek of Nepal. Upon your arrival, you will be greeted by a representative from Mountain guide Trek (MGT). After completing your custom formalities (Visa, etc) pick up your luggage and look for our representative with a Mountain Guide Treks and Expedition with the Group leader's name display board at the arrival gate. You will be then transferred to Hotel. After check-in, if time allows, you will visit the MGT office to meet your trekking leader as well as other participants and for final preparation for the trip. It all depends upon your arrival time. (Overnight at deluxe hotel on BB basis)


Day 2: Fly to Lukla from Kathmandu and trek to Phakding (2610m) 3-4 hrs.

Transfer to the airport in the morning for the Lukla flight. It is a once-in-a-lifetime adventure to fly into Lukla. Tenzing Hillary Airport, also known as Lukla Airport, is a domestic airport and airport in the little town of Lukla, in Khumbu, which is the Everest climb route. The airfield is at high altitude, and there is a difference of around 60 meters between the two ends of the runway! Trek to Phakding with views of Kusum Kanguru and a lush environment. (Stay the night at a tea house with full board)

Day 03: Trek Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3440m) 5-6 hrs.

Ascending Through Woods Of Himalayan Pine And Deodar Cedar, We Follow The Dudh Kosi To The Renowned Village Of Namche Bazaar. The Settlement Of Namche Is An Ancient Trading Post Where Nepalese And Tibetan Traders Exchange Salt, Dried Meat, And Textiles. Get Away To The Everest And Various Peaks And Routes. Namche Continues To Be The Principal Trading Hub In The Khumbu, Drawing Traders From The Himalayas And The Lowlands In Addition To Being A Great Spot To Shop For Traditional Goods. You'll Stay In Namche For Two Days To Acclimatize, Explore The Neighborhood, And Spend Time With Your Team. We Got Our First Looks At Everest And The Surrounding Peaks Throughout The Climb. (Stay The Night At A Tea House With Full Board).

Day 04: Namche Bazzar: Acclimatization Day

The first of the two "acclimatization" days is today. Health professionals constantly advise us to keep moving and staying active during our downtime. Either we go on a day walk to Thame, go to Khunde, or just rest and wander around Namche Bazaar. The primary hub of the Everest (Khumbu) region is Namche Bazzar, which features government buildings, ATMs, Internet cafés, stores, restaurants, a bakery, and a vibrant market every Friday and Saturday We can better acclimate if we hike a few hundred vertical feet during the day. Our guides will drive us to the Tourist Visitor Center, which is close to the Sagarmatha National Park's headquarters, where we can see a variety of artifacts from the first Everest ascents, learn about Sherpa culture, and explore the various plant and animal species that can be found in the Everest region. (Stay the night at a tea house with full board)

Day 05: Trek Namche Bazaar - Khumjung (3810m) 3-4 hrs

To begin today's expedition, ascend up to Syangboche's renowned airstrip. The Everest View Hotel, a Japanese project to construct a luxurious hotel with fantastic views of the highest mountains on Earth, is located just above the airport. We climb for nearly two hours before leveling out to the town of Khumjung. The renowned monastery that shelters a yeti scalp is located in the Khumjung valley, which is bordered by the snowy peaks of Kondge and Thamserku as well as the revered summit Khumbila. The nearby Hillary School is another place we visit. The nearby Hillary School is another place we visit. Along the slopes high above this ancient settlement, there are a number of additional bustling, vibrant monasteries that are adorned with prayer flags and prayer wheels. (Stay the night at a tea house with full board)

Day 06: Khumjung-Tengboche (3870m) 4 -5 hrs

We stroll through a few small settlements as we descend to the Dudhkoshi River. We take a final rise to step up for two hours via pine and fir forest to reach a tiny hill called Tyangboche. The pathways go down with forest and across riverbed for the lunch. To spend the day exploring, go to Tengboche Gumba. Ama Dablam is best viewed from Tyangboche. (At the tea house overnight on full bb).

Day 07: Tengboche- Monjo (2950m) 6-7 hrs

We can explore Tengboche in the morning because the world's most beautiful views are said to be found here. The Himalayan giants Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse (8501m), Kwangde (6187m), Tawachee (6542m), Ama Dablam, Kantega, and Thamserku offer amazing vistas before we proceed up the mountainside covered in juniper and rhododendron plants. When springtime arrives, the pink and scarlet rhododendron blooms that adorn the area are breathtaking. We may eat lunch close to Phunki Tenga. The trail follows the Dudh Koshi gorge as it rapidly descends through pine forests after crossing the bridge over the Dudh Koshi River that is decorated with prayer flags. While traveling through the forest by the trail, we keep an eye out for animals such as mountain goats, snow leopards, colorful pheasants, etc. We arrive at Namche Bazaar's army camp after crossing a chorten. From here, we want to take one more, extended look—and photo—back to Tengboche, the tip of Everest, and Lhotse. After Namche, we descend the hill, pass over a few suspension bridges, and arrive at Monjo. (Stay the night at a tea house with full board)

Day 8: 4-5 hours to trek from Manjo to Lukla

By today, the mild breeze has begun to warm us up. Despite taking the same way down, we experience very different vistas. As today is the last day of our expedition, we take our time and move slowly. As we stroll through the villages, we are struck by the Sherpa people's striking Buddhist devotion and tradition of prayer flags and stones. We have plenty of time to unwind once we arrive in Lukla, stretch our achy legs, and reflect on the previous couple of days' events. With everybody safely home and beaming, we enjoy the successful conclusion of a wonderful adventure! We explore Lukla after arriving while waiting for our guide to confirm our flight details. (Stay the night at a tea house with full board)

Day 9: 30 minute flight from Lukla to Kathmandu.

If the weather is fair, you fly back to Kathmandu early in the morning following your arduous mountain trek. You will reach Kathmandu's domestic airport after 30 minutes. If you don't have any important things to accomplish, we will send a private car, van, or bus to pick you up and take you to the hotel, where you may then unwind and sleep all day. (BB base, overnight stay at a luxury hotel)

Day 10: Farewell Friend (Final departure to your onward destination)

The trip's final day in Nepal is today, thus this is the last day you will spend with the mountains there. There is nothing to do but organize the images and exchange emails with traveling partners. You can go shopping or go sightseeing if you have more time. Mountain Guide Treks will send a representative to pick you up at the airport around three hours prior to the flight's planned departure time.

Cost Details

  • Service for airport pickup and drop-off.
  • Every land route followed the itinerary
  •  a luxurious hotel in Kathmandu 
  • Guesthouse or tent lodging in accordance throughout the trek
  • Flights :(Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu)
  • Tax on domestic air travel
  • "farewell meal."
  • English-speaking trekking guide, an assistant trek leader and  porters.
  • Mountain Guide hikes and Expedition kit (down jacket and sleeping bag are to be returned after trip completion)
  • All required documents and authorizations (National park permit, TIMS )
  • A complete first aid kit.
  • Visa Entry for Nepal: Visaa can be simply obtained upon arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport.
  • $40 or equivalent for a 30-days/$100 for a 90-day multiple-entry tourist visa. (Bring two duplicate passport-size pictures.)
  • Airfare for travel abroad
  • Kathmandu or Pokhara for lunch and dinner 
  • Extra night's lodging for whatever reason
  • Rescue and travel insurance
  • Personal costs (phone calls, laundry, bar bills and others.
  • Personal trekking gear and attire.
  • Any donation and monuments entrance fee.
  • Tips for porters and guides.
  • any gift and/or entrance fee for monuments.


  • Light or warm fleece hat.
  • Watch with light & alarm
  • Sun hat and scrap
  • Sunglasses
High Body
  • T-shirts (4)
  • Light and expedition weight thermal tops
  • fleece sweater or jacket jacket made of fleece (optional)
  • resistant to water (preferably breathable fabric) shell coat vest or jacket made with down (optional)
  • Body lotion and sunscreen
  • lightweight, wind- and water-resistant gloves
  • Trail map and guide book 
  • Hefty mitts or gloves with a waterproof shell outside
Lower Body
  • wearing underwear (4)
  • shorts for hiking (4)
  • Long, breathable cotton pants
  • Light weight thermal bottoms wool or fleece pants Waterproof (preferably breathable fabric) shell pants
  • Feet inner socks that are thin and light (4-pairs)
  • Trekking socks made of thick, warm wool (4-pairs)
  • Hiking boots with spare laces Camp footwear (sandals or sneakers)
  • inner socks that are thin and light (4-pairs)
  • trekking socks made of thick, warm wool (4-pairs)
  • boots for hiking with extra laces
  • Camp footwear (sandals or sneakers)
  • sleeping bag
  • Money belt batteries and head touch
  • Initial Care Kit (see Health and Medicinal)
  • Water bottle
  • Toiletries
  • little towel
Elective Items
  • Knife, Swiss
  • Backgammon, chess, and playing card sets
  • Books about hiking maps (Highly Recommended)
  • Binoculars
  • Extra batteries and a camer
  • Pen and journal
  • Home and family photos
  • Protein and energy bars (optional)

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Everest View Trek Map


On the way to Namche Bazaar, we can reach to the Khumbu region's Sagarmatha National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was declared aworld heritage in the year 1979. Permission to access this protected area must be obtained at the entrance gate. The dense forest of pines, oaks, junipers, bamboo, and rhododendrons, together with other Himalayan-based plants, allows you to explore the environment of the region. Numerous local species of endangered plants and animals find refuge in this woodland. As you go through the woods, you can come across some unusual creatures, like snow leopards, blue sheep, Himalayan goats, and eagles, among others. On the way to Namche Bazaar, the paths that run through these forests offer opportunities for nature walks and animal adventures.


If you do not go to Nepal's highest altitude hotel, your trek will be lacking. One of the tallest hotels in the world and the highest hotel in Nepal is the Everest View Hotel at the elevation of 3,962m.  Additionally, it is included as the 2004 Highest Altitude Hotel in the World in Guinness World Records.

From Namche Bazaar, you must hike for a few hours to get to Everest View Hotel. Trekkers will get They will have access to this premium hotel's terrace for a period of time so they may experience the views and beauty of a lifetime. Amazing vistas of snow-capped mountains, with Everest being the tallest, may be seen from the terrace. At the Everest View hotel, you may get a table outside or on the rooftop to eat local fare while taking in the beauty and views. You can use the internet or Wifi here, and the accommodation options are excellent.

  • Mountin flight to the world's most dangerous Lukla airport. (2850m).
  • Interaction with local Sherpa people and understand the culture and their way of life
  • the breathtaking vistas of world's highest mountains including Everest (8,848.86m), Makalu (8,516m), Cho Oyu (8,201m), Mt. Lhotse (8,516m) and others. 
  • 6-7 hours of daily hike througe alpine forest, stone stairs and snowy path.
  • a wide variety of plants and anim (snow leopards, snow pheasants, musk deer, and Himalayan thar)
  • Khumbu Glacier, Everest Bases Camp (5364m) and Kalapathar  (5545m)

Mountaineering depends upon stamina, cold enduring capacity, climbing skills, health, disease, climate and so on. Generally the age group between 20-55 are regarded the best to scale mountains. In Nepal people below the age of 16 are not given permission to climb Everest but people usually climb to set records. A Japanese mountaineer Yuichiro Miura  has set the global record of becoming the oldest man to scale mount Everest, at the age of Eighty. 

Moreover, the Chinese officials have set an age restriction of 18 to 60 to climb Everest but Nepal  has no  any upper age restriction to climb Everest. The youth and adults have less death rate than the people of old age in the Mountains. 

Kalapatthar (Black Rock) is the best viewpoint (5,545m) to witness the sunrise over Mt. Everest and other nearby mountains. This famous climbing hill offers the nearer view of Mount Everest and other 20 peaks. The travellers can have  the best sunrise and sunset views including Pumori mountain in the backdrop. For many trekkers this is the highest and also the final point of this trek. Kalapatthar in Nepali is an elevated hill of black rock. 


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