Everest panorama short treks and easy mountain beauty trekking in the Everest region in Nepal. there is no dought the most adventure popular place to visit in Nepal in the region of the Mt Everest treks.
But there is an easier way to see not only Everest but all of the majestic surrounding snowcapped peaks that rise above 8,000 meters. It is the Panorama View Trek that will take you to the best viewing spots in all of the Himalayas in just 7 days. The trip begins with your arrival in Kathmandu. The next day, fly to Lukla where you begin the trek toward Namche Bazar and the famous Tengboche Buddhist Monastery that offers the most marvelous view of the high Himalayan peaks, Along the way, see some of the world’s highest peaks which include not only Mt. Everest, but multiple the mountain peaks of Thamserku, Lhotse, Ama Dablam and many much more.
It is seven days treks Kathmandu to Kathmandu and who have not enough time to do treks to till Everest camp, we would like to recommend for just Everest panorama treks, It will be one of the best views and a short way to see the Everest Top of the high Mount Everest (8848m), Ama Dablam. Lohse, Nuptse, Thamserku other many more mountains with the Himalayas, So you will have to enjoy the views than the sunset, sunrise from even 7 days panorama Everest treks. Also, it is a very easy way and not very hard treks too, So it will be good for the family group, middle-age people even old people, they can to do treks till Nameche or Everest View Hotel around sherpa Village in Khumjung area near Everest Views Hotels much more area.
Everest Views Hotel (3850m) is the mean point of the see the Himalayas with Top of the Everest during the Everest panorama treks in the Everest region in the Namche Bazzer Everest.
How long does it take to climb Everest panorama treks?
You can finish the panorama treks in just 7days’ Kathmandu to Kathmandu! 5 days of trekking and 1 day for acclimatization day.
Start from Lukla to Phakding and Phakding to Namche Bazaar in 2 days. A day for acclimatization in
Namche Bazaar, and another day of trekking to Tengboche. From here spent another day trekking to. After this, in just 2 days trekking to Luka and fly to Lukla to Kathmandu.
How much does it cost to trek to Panorama treks?
The Everest panorama trekking cost depends on what type of service you wish to include. An average
of 850 USD per person for 7 days, about 65 USD per day. This cost is without sightseeing but includes all other services such as accommodation, transportation to Lukla and back, porters and guides, etc.
although it is recommended to take a few extra days on your visa in case of delay flight from and to
What is the best time to visit Everest panorama treks?
As every destination, it’s best to check what the best time to visit is. Nepal Planet Treks advice to come
either before the monsoon season or after. The ideal month to visit is from ending September to
December and mid-February to end-May The best month to visit Everest panorama treks will be October to
November or March to May, when the skies are clear and stunning views of the Everest region, can be
What gear or equipment should I bring to Everest panorama treks?
For any type of high altitude trekking, the correct gear or equipment should be brought with you to
make sure your trekking experience is without any inconveniences. What gear or equipment should you
bring to Everest? Well, Nepal Planet Treks provides you with a complimentary standard size
sleeping back and even a waterproof trekking backpack! Trekking shoes can be rented. To make the
most of your experience while trekking to Everest panorama treks we do recommend to bring the following:
good and comfortable socks and trekking shoes, a rainproof jacket, a headlight or torch, thermal
underwear and getup to prevent small stones from entering your shoes. Most of the trekking gear can also
be bought or even rented in Thamel the main tourism hub of Kathmandu.
The itinerary of the Everest panorama trek 7 days always starts with a scenic flight to Lukla, an airport
located just on the ridge of a mountain. After arriving at this spectacular airport we head out to
Phakding our first overnight destination during this amazing trek in Nepal. This incredible village is
located just next to the river is an incredible stop to end our first day on our Everest panorama
itinerary. The next day we head more upwards through jungle terrain and into the Sagarmatha National
Park. Some inside knowledge, Sagarmatha is the local word for Everest. After a good day of trekking, we
reach Namche Bazaar, the biggest village of the region and mostly inhabited by the Sherpas. This
town has a lot to offer from charming restaurants to educational museums. The streets are filled with
unique handicrafts and Himalayan products, truly an incredible place to visit during the Everest panorama trek. Acute Mountain Sickness is no joke and at Nepal Planet Treks we prioritize your safety!
This can be done with a hike up to Everest View Hotel and to the Khumjung village. Although not
all Everest trekking packages cover this visit we can surely make it happen for you!
a great place to interact with the unique culture of the region! Interacting with the Buddhist monks and
witnessing their harmonious meditation is incredibly inspiring. And not to forgot seeing Mt. Everest.
Ama-Dablam and Lhotse with a hot cup of coffee from the Tengboche. This day is absolutely amazing with a hike up to Everest Viewpoint Hotel we get incredible views of Mt. Ama-Dablam, Mt Lhotse, Mt, Makalu, Island Peak and many more.