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Everest Panorama Trek

Everest Panorama Trek
Duration: 10 Days
  • Duration: 10 Days
  • Maximum Altitude: 3800m.
  • Accommodation: Lodge and Tea House
  • Group Size: Minimum 2 Trekkers
  • Trip Grade: Moderate with touch of high altitude.
  • Meals: Breakfast at City; Full Board of Meals on Trek
  • Activities: Trekking in Everest Himalayas, Visits to Sherpa Villages
  • Best Time: All year round except June to August the wet months.
  • Start / Ending: Lukla to Lukla

“Everest Panorama Trek – Short enticing trekking route of Everest region”


  • Adventure around the high Khumbu valley at Everest region to beautiful Thyangboche Monastery
  • Exploring high-altitude Sherpa villages enriched with the ancient culture of the Buddhist religion
  • Walking into lovely woodland of tall rhododendron-magnolia-firs-pines and junipers trees
  • Visiting old monasteries of great interest in the backdrop of giant snow-capped peaks
  • Scenic and panoramic flight both ways from Kathmandu and Lukla with an amazing view


Everest Panorama Trek is a short trekking trip to do in the Khumbu region of Nepal. The Khumbu region of Nepal has very limited short trekking routes. In fact, the most popular trekking route in the region is the Everest Base Camp Trek. However, everyone might not get enough vacation to reach the base camp of the world’s tallest mountain Mt. Everest. Therefore, Awesome Nepal Treks & Expedition presents a joyous walking trip to the abode of Mt. Everest.

Enjoy the magnificent scenery of mountains and High Himalayan valleys. Bless yourself with the spiritual divinity from the Tengboche Monastery visit. Likewise, explore the world’s famous high-altitude town, the Namche Bazaar along with the world’s highest-situated hotel the Everest View Hotel. The Everest Panorama Trek also known as the Everest View Trek is definitely the most splendid short trekking route in the Everest region.

Highlights of Everest Panorama Trek

  • Majestic Mountain Vistas including Mt. Everest, Lhotse, and Choyou
  • Sagarmatha National Park
  • Namche Bazaar & Everest View Hotel
  • Tengboche Monastery
  • Glacial Rivers & Suspension bridges
  • The Lukla Airport
  • Sherpa Villages
  • Green Lush Alpine Forests

Risk of Altitude Sickness and Everest Panorama Trek Difficulty

The risk of altitude sickness in the Everest region is very high. However, there is less risk of altitude sickness during the Everest Panorama Trek. The highest altitude on this route is Tengboche Monastery (3867 m). People argue that places beyond 2500 m or 3000 m are prone to altitude sickness. It is correct but the itinerary of the trekking is prepared in such a way that the risk of altitude sickness is very less. Even if the risk is less, trekkers have to get travel insurance. In case of emergencies, trekkers have to be evacuated by using a helicopter which is the only means of transportation besides walking in the area.

The trekking difficulty ranges as easy in this route. There are not much uphill walking sections except for Namche Uphill and Tengboche Uphill. Therefore, you can complete the course without any difficulties if you have general physical fitness.

Namche Bazaar, Everest View Hotel & Tengboche Monastery

These three places are the most popular destinations that the itinerary encompasses. Therefore, people will find it overwhelmingly momentous while doing the trek. One can witness Mt. Everest very close without the risk of altitude sickness. From the top of Tengboche Hill, you can get the marvelous scenery of Pangboche Valley, Everest (including more than 2 dozen mountains), and Dudhkoshi Valley. The Monastery present on the hill top is the holy place where every year Sherpa people’s most famous festival the Mani Rimdu takes place. The presence of Mt. Amadablam on the backdrop adds value to this place.

The world’s highest-situated hotel is the Everest View Hotel. Trekkers can enjoy a sip of coffee and get the world’s best Himalayan view from its balcony. Moreover, the hotel is at the top of the hill which encompasses the beautiful Namche Bazaar as well. The Bazaar is the nerve center of Khumbu. People can find eateries, shops, banks, restaurants, banks, hotels, lodges, and museums in the place. Moreover, it is also densely populated and travelers can experience the life of a Sherpa in their own courtyard.

Book the Everest Panorama Trek for Short Trip to Everest Region

If you don’t have time to do the Everest Base Camp Trek, don’t worry. Simply, buy the Everest Panorama Trek package and relish the chance to knit together a momentous travel tale of the region. At less altitude sickness risk, get an outstanding trekking experience with the impeccable team of Awesome Nepal Treks & Expeditions.

Details Itinerary

Your first impression of arriving at Tribhuvan International Airport is an experience in itself. But don’t be worried by the apparent confusion as your airport representative will be waiting to welcome you with your name written on a placard. Depending on traffic, you will be at your hotel within 20 minutes or so.

You have time to relax and enjoy the ambiance and comfort of the hotel until your evening Group Meeting. This is when we collect your  details and discuss how the trip will run for the coming days. After the meeting, we go for our first group dinner. Your tour leader will take you to a traditional Nepali restaurant in Thamel.

Mornings, flight to Lukla with views of mountain range including Mt. Everest, after 30 min of great flight reaching at Lukla with its unique airstrip a gateway Sherpa town to Everest base camp and other adventure destination.
From Lukla walk to Phakding village for an overnight stop as our route leads past Sherpa farm villages, on the nice and pleasant trail with few short ups overlooking beautiful views to reach Phakding village located by Dudh Koshi River. Overnight in Phakding.

After breakfast, we commence trek to Namche Bazaar (3,440 m.). The trail leads along the right bank of Dudh Koshi. Thamserku stands majestically skyward on opposite bank. Then reach Bengar. The trail climbs from the riverbed on the left bank into the forest to Chumoa. We continue along the trail with many ups and downs; cross a stream, and pass by Monjo village. We then enter at Sagarmatha National Park where a park entrance fee is obtained.
From here walk along the riverbed of where the major river meets. Crossing over a bridge then trek begins with the steep ascent to Namche Bazar. On the way, excellent views of Everest (8848m) and Lhotse (8516m.). Surrounded on three sides by mountain ranges, Namche Bazar (3440m) a hub of the area for food, trekking gears, and other necessary goods. Overnight in Namche.

Namche Bazaar at 3,440m, the level threshold altitude sickness. Today spend resting and allowing our bodies to become acclimatized to the lofty altitude. Getting high and sleeping low the best way to acclimatize, the best acclimatization taking a hike to Everest view hotel, a perfect place for proper speed acclimatization before heading higher area, morning hike to Everest View Hotel which is about 2 and a half hrs uphill walk, great spot for magnificent view of Mt Everest, Lhotse, Amadablam and adjoining peaks of the Khumbu Himalayan panorama. Check out the Sherpa museum for an overview of the Sherpa culture and history of mountaineering. On Saturdays, busy colorful Bazaar is open for trade and an intimate look at the local marketplace. Namche Bazaar, a shopping hub filled with all manner of trekking and mountaineering clothing and equipment. Overnight in Namche.

After a great time at Namche, our route heads on the high ridge of Namche to reach Syangboche with bird-eye views of Namche below, Syangboche with an old short airstrip which is sometimes used only for helicopters no longer using for a passenger flight.
The walk continues going up and finally short downhill to Khunde and Khumjung the largest Sherpa villages around Khumbu area, Khunde and Khumjung villages located on a glacial valley beneath the sacred peak of Khumbila at 5,761m (a patron god of Khumbu). A quiet gentle walk brings you at Khumjung via Khunde for an overnight stop, when in Khunde visit the only hospital built by Sir Edmund Hillary's Foundation and an afternoon visit Khumjung old Monastery, a place with a Yeti scalp. Khumjung also has a High School built with the help of the Sir Edmund Hillary Foundation. Overnight in Khumjung.

From Khumjung downhill to Imjatse river at Phunge-Thanga for lunch, and then uphill into rhododendron, pines, firs tree forest with views of snowcapped peaks. On reaching Thyangboche visit the famous Buddhist monastery with magnificent views of Mt. Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Kangtenga, Thamserku, Kwande and majestic Amadablam. The afternoon with time for a tour of the monastery, which was burnt by accidental fire in 1991 at present back into normal form, where you can witness young monks and elderly priest and Lama on prayer. Overnight in Thyangboche

After a great time at Thyangboche monastery descend back to Imjatse River, with steep climb for an hour and half to Sanasa, from here on gradual path with short ups and downs to Namche Bazaar, a break here and then trek downhill to Hillary suspension bridge over Dudh Kosi river as walk takes you at Monjo past the entrance of Sagarmatha National Park. Overnight in Monjo.

Trail follows from here downstream of Dudh Koshi River to Phakding. From here scaling different Sherpa villages crossing a bridge over Thado Kosi. On the last section of the day, 45 minutes climb to accomplish the entire trek. On reaching Lukla transfer to lodge where guides check and reconfirm flight Ticket for next day journey to Kathmandu, at Lukla see off of local porters. Overnight in Lukla.

From Lukla taking an early morning flight back to Kathmandu with views of mountains, at Kathmandu domestic airport our staff transfers you back to respective hotels with rest of the day free at leisure.
Overnight in Kathmandu at a hotel.

Your last day in amazing Nepal in the land of Himalayan wonders, after wonderful experience and fond memories of Everest Panorama & Thyangboche Monastery trekking, our staff transfer you to the airport as per your time for the international flight for your final departure towards homeward bound.

Cost Includes

  • All airport transfers
  • Hotel in Kathmandu for 2 nights with breakfast
  • Flights Kathmandu–Lukla–Kathmandu (Weight limit:10 kg main baggage and 5 kg hand per passenger/flight)
  • Full meals (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner) of your choice with Tea/Coffee
  • Fresh fruit dessert every day after dinner
  • All necessary paperwork and trekking permits(National Park permit and TIMS)
  • An experienced English-speaking Govt. registered trekking guide and local porters to carry luggage (2 trekkers: 1 porter)
  • Guide and porter salaries, insurance, equipment, transport, food, and lodging
  • 5 Nights attached bathroom (Twin room)and remaining share toilet (twin Room)
  • A comprehensive medical kit
  • All government and local taxes
  • Trekking equipment such as a down-filled sleeping bag and jacket

Cost Excludes

  • Lunch/dinner in Kathmandu
  • Kathmandu city Tour guide, transport, and entrance fees
  • Deserts(cakes, bakes, pies and pudding) 
  • Additional hot drinks
  • Bottled drinks
  • Boiled water
  • Electronic device re-charge
  • Hot shower
  • Wi-Fi


Yes, our airport representative will come to pick you up at the airport. He/She will hold the placard with your name or group name. You will be transferred to the agreed hotel and later in the evening, the agency will hold the welcome dinner for you.

You will need a Covid Vaccination certificate certified by any government agency.

Yes, you can join our fixed departure group as well. However, we can arrange the solo trekker trekking too. You can hire a porter guide for the trip who will carry your stuff as well as a guide you through the trekking. You can get either female or male trekking guide according to your preference.

Yes, you can book the private trip as well. After covid pandemic the agency is operating many private trips. Feel free to ask our travel planners for the arrangement.

We use 3 star to 5 star hotels for your accommodation in the Kathmandu. It depends upon your request and preference. Most of the hotels that we use are within the city center (Thamel area). Yes, you can extend your stay in Nepal. If you want, you can do the hotel booking on your own in which we can assist you. You can also buy the tour package with us as well. It is up to you to decide. We can arrange for any kinds of extended stay in Kathmandu or any other major cities of Nepal.

Yes, you can upgrade hotel to luxury hotel in Kathmandu but the price will be adjusted. The package hotel cost will not be redeemed but can be transferred to your luxury hotel cost. If you buy the luxury trek or tour package then the luxury hotel in Kathmandu is included in your trip itinerary.

During the trek don’t expect luxury accommodation facilities. However, in some places you can get the room with attached bathrooms. In high altitude and also during the peak season; you will have to share the room with other trekkers. It depends whether you get to shower or not. In some places you can shower in your own room. However, most of the lodges/tea houses you will have to pay extra for the hot shower.

You will get breakfast, lunch and dinner during the trek. Hot water is extra. You can carry the purifying pill which you can use for the normal tap water as well. The food is from the menu.

Typical Trekking Day consists of 6-7 hours of average walking hours. You will start the trekking after breakfast and stop for the lunch on the way. In between you will have briefings and information regarding the area’s landscape, mountains and culture as well. Breakfast is normally at 7 o’clock in the morning and lunch is at around 12-1 o’clock in the afternoon and dinner is at 7-8 o’clock in the evening.

Mobile connectivity is available in almost every trekking trails of Nepal. However, in some parts the connectivity is very less. If there is not mobile connectivity then you will have to buy the internet wifi card from the lodge.

Acclimatization is dependent upon the type of the trekking that we are doing. For Example, Everest Base Camp Trekking has two acclimatization rests, one at Namche and other at Dingboche. However, for the low altitude trekking you might not need acclimatization at all or just one day’s acclimatization is fine.

We follow the safety protocols text to text. Every evening our clients’ oxygen level, heart rate and blood pressure is measured. In case of emergency the team will decide whether to continue or not. If you have the travel insurance, during emergency, we might have to use that for the emergency evacuation.

If you are on full package, the agency will bear your meal, accommodation and tea/coffees so you will not need much cash. However, in an average you will need Nrs. 3000 to 4000 per day if you are on your own for the trip like in service trekking. Credit cards are not accepted on the trail.

In some places you will get the laundry service but it is possible to do laundry only during the acclimatization rest days. Therefore, you will have to collect all soiled clothes and use the laundry while you are back in the city.

Yes you can recharge your electronic devices in the teahouse/lodge. The charge is incurred per device.

Yes, you can do Everest Base Camp Trekking without prior trekking experience also. However, you need to be physically fit. One month prior to the trekking date, do some exercises in your home country.

There is no alternative way if the flight is canceled. However, you can hire a helicopter back to Kathmandu.

The weight limit is 15 kgs including day pack.

Yes, travel insurance is mandatory for the EBC Trek. The insurance must cover medical aid, accidents and emergency helicopter rescue.

Yes, all our guides are Nepal Government license holder. They are well versed in the basic first aids as well. Therefore, you don’t need to worry about minor injuries.

The trekking guide will assess your situation and decide whether you can continue the trek or not.

Yes all our guides are certified by the Government of Nepal and TAAN.

Tipping is not mandatory but expected. You can tip according to your liking.

You can add extra days to your trekking but the cost increases.

Yes you need to make the advance deposit of 20% of the trip to guarantee. Once you land in Kathmandu, you will have to clear the trip cost before commencing the trip.

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Client Reviews

Lorraine Morgan

Trip Name: Short Poon Hill Trek

Booked this trek from the comfort at home in the UK. Communication with Dil was brilliant, his response to all my emails were quick and courteous. He tailored the trek around us, as a small group of 4 adults ranging in age from 29 to 69 (who was still recovering from an ACL op last May). His pace was brilliant for our group.

Dil arranged to meet us in our hotel in Kathmandu and talked us through the trek, bringing maps, holdalls and T-Shirts.

The trek was for 3 nights, 4 days staying in good, clean lodges. All was included except our drinks.

We experienced trekking in glorious sunshine up to Poon Hill. There was still snow on the ground and Dil provided the group with crampons, which made walking easier and safer.

Our trek started and ended in Pokhara. Dil and his team collected us from our hotel in Pokhara promptly at the time agreed.

Dil and the porters were brilliant, the porters were more than porters and made our trek even more enjoyable. We felt totally safe and Dil was an excellent guide. The scenery was spectacular.

Would certainly use Awesome Nepal Treks again as Dil arranges trips to Tibet and Bhutan.

Ryan Schult

Subject: Thanks for a great trek
Message: We have just completed a 15 day Himalayan trek with Awesome Nepal Treks and it could not have been better! The trek was very well organized, had excellent food and accommodation, there was no problems whatsoever and our guide Dil was a very informative, well-spoken and absolutely entertaining guy. The whole experience was amazing and I would strongly recommend Awesome Nepal Treks to anyone who wants a great, enjoyable, hassle-free trip.

Derek Manhas

Subject: Humbling & Surreal Experience

My cousin and I traveled to Nepal in 2011 and completed the Everest Basecamp Trek with our guide Dil Thapa.
Dil absolutely made sure this trek would far exceed my expectations and I am grateful for the time we shared together in Nepal.
There are an endless amount of photos and videos online for us to see the natural beauty of Nepal before arriving there. The greatest compliment I can give Nepal (more specifically, Dil Thapa) is this, the beauty of Nepal is its people first and foremost.