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Everest panorama trek in Nepal
Everest panorama trek is a relatively shorter and less strenuous trek compared to the Everest base camp trek, making it a great option for trekkers who want to experience the beauty of the Everest region without the need for extensive physical fitness or high- altitude trekking experience. The trek offers stunning panoramic views of the Himalayas including Mount Everest (8848 m), Ama Dablam (6812 m), Lhotse (8516 m), Thamserku (6623 m) and many more.
The trek usually starts with a scenic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, a small town in the Everest region. From Lukla, you will begin your trek passing through charming Sherpa villages, rhododendron forests, and amazing landscapes. The trek typically takes around 7 days, depending on the itinerary and the pace of the trekkers. The trek allows you to explore the Sherpa culture and their way of life. You can interact with the local Sherpa people, visit traditional villages, and learn about their customs and traditions.
One of the major attractions of the trek is the opportunity to visit the famous viewpoint of Tengboche. Tengboche is a home to a stunning Buddhist monastery which offers panoramic views of the surrounding Himalayan peaks. Tengboche Monastery is situated at an altitude of 3860 m is one of the renowned monasteries in the Everest region and holds great cultural and religious importance. Many trekkers take the opportunity to observe prayer sessions and receive blessings from the monks.
Overall, the Everest panorama trek is a unique opportunity to witness the majesty of the Himalayas. However, the trek doesn’t reach the Everest base camp itself, it still provide valuable insights into the region.
Climate and weather
Every season is suitable for Everest panorama trek in Nepal. But, the different season enhance your trekking experience differently. So spring and autumn is mainly considered as best season for Everest. It the same time monsoon and winter is also good to trek.
Spring (March, April, May) at EBC is one of the best times of the year to visit. The temperature warms up rapidly but the night remains still cold and chilly, dropping to below freezing. The weather is generally bright with clear skies, days are longer with enough sunlight hours and few clouds, and view of the summit is awesome.
Autumn (September, October, and November) is another best season for Everest with the skies being clear once more after the monsoon rains and the landscape still and verdant as ever. Bright sunshine is warming, with highs of up to 17°C, though the winds can still be strong and cold, making it feel cooler.
During the trek, you will find tea houses and lodges along the trail that offer a variety of hot cooked with a choice of both Nepali and western meals and snacks. The meals include energy giving food and liquid food like rice, cereals, lentils soup, noodles soup, hot tea, potato etc. It’s advisable to stick to hot and freshly cooked meals to avoid any health issues.
Along the Everest panorama trek route, there are numerous tea houses and lodges that provide basic accommodation facilities. Rooms are available on a twin-sharing basis. Each room comes with two beds, blankets, and occasionally shared bathrooms. Almost all tea houses have hot showers available which are mostly gas heated somewhere they offer buckets filled with hot water for bathing purpose.
We strongly recommend you to get travel insurance for any trekking adventure, including the Everest panorama trek. Make sure that, your insurance covers high- altitude trekking, emergency medical expenses, evacuation by helicopter if needed, and trip cancellation. Check with different insurance providers to find the best coverage for your needs.
Guide and Porters
Hiring a local guide and porter for Everest panorama trek can enhance your experience and provide additional support. A guide can help with navigation, provide local insights, ensure your safety and a porter can assist you by carrying heavy backpack, allowing you to enjoy the trek without the added physical strain.
It’s important to note that according to Nepal tourism board, all the trekkers are required to obtain services of licensed trekking guide and to obtain TIMS card through authorized trekking agencies registered with the government of Nepal.
Therefore, Nepal holiday treks and tours Pvt. Ltd. is always here to offer you a highly experienced, friendly, English speaking, and licensed trekking guide and porter with their insurance. Moreover, they can provide you valuable insights into the local culture, traditions, and history of the region.
For the Everest panorama trek, you need two permits:
1) The Sagarmatha National Park Permit
2) Trekkers’ Information Management System (TIMS) card
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Early morning fly to Lukla, dodging the hills and viewing the beautiful sites of the Himalayas and valleys. And our mountain trails begin as soon as we land in Lukla.
Passing most popular Sherpa village we head to Namche bazar
Acclimatization Day in Namche, explore Everest View Hotel, Sherpa Museum, Hillary Memorial, Namche airport.
Trek to Tengboche, overnight at lodge and visit the fabled Monastery.
And we head back down to Namche via Khumjung, a most happening place.
Passing green pines trees and dodging beautiful animals if we are lucky.
And early in the morning fly back to Kathmandu.