Trip Facts
durationTrip Duration 6 Days
regionRegion Everest Treks
countryCountry Nepal
groupsizeGroup Size 1 To 15 Person
seasonBest Season Spring/ Autumn
altitudeMax Altitude 3880M
moderate-icon Moderate level treks usually above 7 days. Altitude can reach 5000 meters with 5-6 hrs of hike per day. Moderate refers to neither easy walk nor tough. High altitude may matter on walking speed and distance. Acclimatization may be required. Trip Grade Moderate
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1 Person: Per Person: US$1040
2 Person: Per Person: US$845
3 to 5 person: Per Person: US$830
6 to 9 person: Per Person: US$820
10 to 19 person: Per Person: US$810
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Everest View Trek 2024 Overview

Nepal’s Everest View Trek is one of the most stunning and easy journeys in the Everest region after the 1- day Helicopter tour. Most of the Everest region treks including the Everest Panorama view Treks are recommended for physically fit trekkers, but this enjoyable and quick excursion in Nepal’s Khumbu region is suitable for travelers who have average fitness levels with their families. It is a popular hiking destination for hikers of all ages, from young children to seniors, and of all shapes and sizes. Furthermore, beginner backpackers have also conquered this trekking without encountering any complications.

Considering the trekking enthusiasm of time-restricted and average-fit people we have introduced this delightful Everest View Trek. A stunning Himalayan panorama is on display on this trek, including Ama Dablam, Nupla, Lhotse, Kongde Ri, Kusum Kanguru, and of course, Everest itself.

Mountain View from Namche
Mountain View From Namche

The Special beauty of the Everest trek i.e. lush green forests, buckwheat, and potato farms at higher altitudes, Dudh Koshi, as well as other many stream vistas, attracts a huge number of visitors every year.

While treading the route through the mountain Sherpa villages of Phakding, Monjo, Khumjung, Khunde, and Namche travelers will get a chance to be involved with local Sherpa people and get to know their traditions, culture, and living style from close. The view of the yaks and Naks transporting goods on the route is also a great sight to behold.

In addition, high suspension bridge walks, ancient monasteries, Chortens, prayer wheels, prayer flags, and other attractions, make this simple Everest trekking route more fascinating and worthy.

Though this trek is related to Everest region trekking, Everest View Trek does not include Everest Base Camp Trek in its itinerary.

However, every trekker doing the Everest Three Pass, Gokyo Lake, or Chola Pass Trek is blessed with the Everest View Trek Itinerary as it is the route that leads for every Everest region trek.

Take a sip of tea while viewing the best Mt.Everest View from the world’s highest Everest View Hotel by booking this exciting Everest View Trek.

Amazing Everest view point in Everest View Hotel-Fantastic Scenery

The Sagarmatha National Park in Nepal is home to the opulent Everest View Hotel. The Himalayas, including Mount Everest, the tallest mountain in the world, are seen in breathtaking panoramas from this location.

The Everest massif, which is made up of Mount Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and Ama Dablam, can be seen clearly from the hotel, which is located at an elevation of 3,880 meters (12,730 ft). Visitors may enjoy these spectacular peaks from the hotel’s patio and restaurant, which is a great place to take in the view.

Together with the hotel, the area also has a lookout point known as the Everest View Point. This viewpoint provides a slightly different view of the mountains and is only a short hike from the hotel. Visitors can view Mount Everest and the neighboring peaks up close to this location. A common activity at the viewpoint is snapping pictures with the Mountains in the background.

All things considered, the Everest View Hotel and the nearby Everest View Point provide a once-in-a-lifetime chance to see the splendor of the Himalayas.

Trip Highlights:

  • Scenic mountain flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and Lukla to Kathmandu.
  • Witness the world’s highest mountain Everest at a distance.
  • Visit Sagarmatha National Park and explore the ancient monasteries.
  • Learn about the unique culture and traditions of the Sherpa people.
  • Everest View hotel and witness stunning snow-capped Himalayan panorama.
  • Explore the Pasang Lhamu Museum, the gem of Namche.

Everest View Trek Short Itinerary:

First Day: Fly to Lukla (2800m/9186ft). Start the trek from Lukla to Cheplung- Thadokoshi- Chuthawa- to phakding{2652m/8700ft}[ 20 minutes drive, 35 minutes flight and 3-4 hours trekking]{9 Km trek}.

Second Day: Trek from Phakding- Zamfute- Toktok- Benkar- Monjo- Jorsale- Namche Bazaar(3440m/11283ft)} {6 hours trek, 12 km}.

Third-Day: Trek from Namche Bazaar – Kyangjuma(3550m/11647ft)- Losasa(3380m/11089m)- Phunki Tenga(3250m/10663ft) – Tengboche(3867m/12684ft) (5 to 6 hours trek, 10 Km).

Fourth Day: Trek Back from Tengboche- Phunki Tenga- Losasa- Sanasa- Khumjung(3780m/12401ft)- Khunde(3840m/12598ft)-  Namche Bazaar(3440m/12286ft)(10-kilometer distance)   {6-7 hours trek}.

Fifth Day: Namche Bazaar  – Jorsale- Monjo- Benkar- Toktok- Zamfute- Phakding- Chuthawa- Tadokoshi- Cheplung – Lukla(2800m/9186ft){ 7-8 hours 15-kilometer distance}.

Sixth Day: Fly back to Kathmandu(1350m/4429ft) and transfer to the Hotel. {35 minutes flight and 20 Minutes driving}.

Prior Trekking Experience:

This Everest View Trek is suitable for every trekking lover whether they are beginners or pros. But, the main thing is the backpacker must be physically and mentally active. They don’t need any special training before proceeding to Everest View Trek.

It will be beneficial for those trekkers who have experience walking on uphill and downhill terrain, especially stairs. This beautiful trekking consists of many uphill and downslopes throughout the trail.

Note: A detailed consultation with the agency is recommended before confirming a trek for hikers with knee problems or any other related problem.

Everest View Trek 2024 Itinerary

Walking Hours: 30 Minutes Drive,35 Minutes Flight And 4 Hours Trek

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

Accommodation: Tea House/ Lodge

Max. Altitude: 2650m/8694ft

Early in the morning, we will drive 20 minutes from the Kathmandu hotel to Tribhuvan International Airport(TIA) domestic terminal. Thereafter, we will take a 40-minute scenic flight to Lukla on a very tiny airstrip. You will get to see the stunning view of the Mountain panorama from the Lukla airport with some hills and a river too.

After landing at Lukla, you will meet the porter to carry your luggage. Depending upon your landing time we will take lunch there and walk to the Phakding. On the way to Phakding you can see the river, villages, prayers flag, Chorten, and prayers wheel. After 3 hours of trekking, we will reach Phakding and will stay overnight there.

Walking Hours: 5 To 6 Hours Trekking

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

Accommodation: Tea House/ Lodge

Max. Altitude: 3440m/11283ft

After the delicious morning breakfast, we will start the second day of our trekking. We will stroll through the banks of the Dudhkoshi river witnessing the stunning panoramic view of the mountain Nupla and Kwong-de. Today we will cross this river several times.

After crossing the bridge and lots of village-like Zamphute, Toktok, and Benkar. We will reach a beautiful hamlet called Monjo. It is the gateway of Sagarmatha National Park. After the permit-checking process, we will enter National Park and explore it.

Thereafter, we will stroll downhill and reach the beautiful Jorsalle village. We will lunch there and trek further to our final destination to Namche bazaar. It is known as the trade hub and capital of the Khumbu region.

On the trail from Phakding to Namche Bazar, we will get a chance to see the world’s highest mountain Everest and the big suspension bridge from the viewpoint.

Walking Hours: 5 Hours Trekking

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

Accommodation: Tea House/ Lodge

Max. Altitude: 3867m/12684ft

After having breakfast at the hotel. We will take our backpacks and proceed forward to reach the Tengboche. While trekking, the panoramic view of snow-capped mountains like Nuptse, Lhotse, Amadablam, Thamserku, Kwong-de, Kusumkangaru, Kangtega, and Mt. Everest is constantly seen throughout the daytime.

The trek through the middle of the forest with a magnificent view of the stunning mountain makes the walk more interesting. After crossing the bridge in Phungithanka and having Lunch, we will ascend through the forest trail for more than 2 hours to reach Tyangboche.

We will see the historic Tyangboche Monastery after arriving at Tyangboche, which is located in the Khumbu Region. After returning we will stay at the lodges in Tengboche overnight.

Walking Hours: 6 To 7 Hours Trekking

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

Accommodation: Tea House/ Lodge

Max. Altitude: 3750m/12300ft

Our today’s trekking will be back to Namche Bazaar via. Khumjung trail. Firstly, we have our delicious breakfast at the hotel and slope down the trek to Phungithanks. After crossing the suspension bridge, we will stroll toward the uphill route to Sanasa through Lobusasa.

Thereafter, we will trek to Khumjung. The highlight of the day is to visit the Green Hillary village Khumjung. This stunning hamlet is big and has an eye-popping beauty with a monastery.

We can visit Hillary School too. After having lunch there in the Khumjung, we will trek down to Everest View hotel(the highest Star altitude hotel in the world). We will see the great view of the surrounding from the hotel, and capture some snaps for memories. Then we will trek down to Namche Bazaar. Fortunately if the day we return to Namche is Saturday, we will explore the local market. Overnight at Namche.

Walking Hours: 7 Hours Trekking

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

Accommodation: Tea House/ Lodge

Max. Altitude: 2805m/8694ft

Staying overnight at the Namche hotel, in the early morning, we will trek back to Monjo. As this day is the final day of our trekking as well as witnessing the closeup view of the mountain, we will get back to Lukla where the trek started. To reach Lukla, it takes about 7 hours. Upon finishing the trekking you will be delighted that you completed the trek.

At the same time, you will be upset because you are going to leave the adventure journey and majestic view the next day. In the evening you can invite dinner for your trekking staff for the success of your trip. We will stay overnight at Lukla.

Walking Hours: 35 Minutes Flight And 30 Minutes Drive.

Meals Included: Breakfast

Accommodation: None

Max. Altitude: 1350m/4429ft

After having a delicious breakfast in the early morning, we will take a scenic flight from Pasang Lhamu airport Lukla to Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu. Thereafter, you will be transferred to a hotel.

Everest View Trek 2024 Cost

  • International Flight time and Domestic flight time Airport Pick up and drop by comfortable private vehicle.
  • 3-star standard hotel in Kathmandu with complimentary breakfast according to the itinerary.
  • Tea houses or Lodges accommodation in the trekking period according to the itinerary.
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner during the trekking.
  • Domestic flights(Lukla to Kathmandu, Kathmandu to Lukla) with all applicable charges with your guide.
  • Experienced trekking guide according to the itinerary(English speaking, Government licensed, Ministry of Tourism trained) with his salary food accommodation transportation, and Insurance. Trekking porter(strong and reliable) with his salary food, accommodation, and insurance. (2 paying persons shared 1 porter)
  • Down jacket and sleeping bag for the trekking(if necessary)This equipment has to be returned after completing the trek.
  • Sagarmatha National Park permits and Khumbu Gaupalika Local permits for trekking.
  • Basic First Aid Medical Kit(carried by your guide)
  • Complimentary Welcome or farewell dinner according to your itinerary.
  • All Government and Local Taxes and company service charges.
  • Certificate of your trekking signed by your guide and company owner.

Hotel Upgrade

  • Upgrade The Hotel with Inside Toilet US$ 50 Per Person

Porters Addon

  • US$ 120 Per Person
  • The fee of Visa, International Airfare, Travel, and Medical Insurance, Emergency evacuation costs.
  • Extra night accommodation in the city because of early arrival, flight delays, early return from the mountain according to your interest, or due to any reason rather than the above itinerary.
  • Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu rather than the above itinerary.
  • Personal expenses like Phone calls, Laundry, Wifi and Internet cost, Hot and cold drinks, Mineral and boiled water, Hot shower, Battery charge, and any other drinks.
  • Tips for your guide and Porters.

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Everest View Trek 2024 Map

Everest View Trek Map

Everest View Trek 2024 Support

Drinking-Water:

Drinking water is a major concern for trekkers. During the trekking, you can easily buy sealed mineral water bottles from the teahouses. You can also buy boiled water or can use normal tap water for drinking. But you have to use iodine tablets or chlorine drops to purify the water. So that you can easily drink the water that comes from the trail taps.

Health Issue:

This trek is one of the easy to moderate and short trekking destinations of Nepal. While traveling through the mountains, the main issue you might face is Acute Mountain Sickness. There is less possibility of an acute mountain sickness problem in this trek because we do not cross the trekking at more than 4000m altitudes.

However, we cannot guarantee that you won’t face AMS. So be careful and take prevention like a slow walk, and drinking a lot of water and fluid during the trekking.

If you feel symptoms and uneasiness in your body, rest one extra day in the same place or lower elevation. The next day, if you feel better you can continue the trek. Mission Himalaya Trek guide suggests this because our guide is an expert and has enough experience with trekkers’ health issues.

Accommodation:

While staying in Kathmandu, we will provide you with a 3-star category hotel. According to the Everest View Trek itinerary in the mountain area, we will provide twin-sharing tea house accommodation.

As per your requirements and pre-booking, we can provide you the normal tea houses with attached toilet and shower facilities. In addition, without altering your trekking route we can also provide you the lavish accommodation at Yeti Mountain Home which is located at every stopover point of Phakding, Namche, and Lukla. However, for this lavish stay, you have to pay a high cost.

Also, we can book the Everest View Hotel according to your requirements. Everest View Hotel is located at a high elevation and is known as the altitude Star Trek hotel around the world. If you like to travel luxury trekking please contact Mission Himalaya, we can give you other options like Everest View luxury lodge trekking.

Food:

Food is a major concern while traveling because you must consume hygienic food while trekking to higher elevations or any other place. Keeping your health in mind, Mission Himalaya Treks does not compromise on unhealthy cuisines. We will try our best to serve/ order excellent and delicious food for you. Also, this trek route is the best place for trekking which has western-type restaurants and delicious cuisines nowadays.

The food here is more hygienic. However, we cannot guarantee the freshness of meat. Because sometimes there might be load shedding and the refrigerator might not work properly. Mostly, many foods are hygienic and organized and prepared in front of your eyes.

Dal Bhat and some normal Western food will be provided according to the menu of the hotel. We will give you the full freedom to choose your meal while some trekking agencies do not provide you. Also, they might not be concerned about food. With the food, we will provide you with tea or coffee according to your desire and availability.

Best time:

Mt Everest From Everest View Hotel
Mt Everest From Everest View Hotel

There are four seasons in Nepal throughout the year. [winter{December, January, and February}, Summer{June, July, and, August}, Autumn{September, October, and November} and  Spring{March, April, and, May}

Autumn and Spring are the remarkably best times for trekking in Nepal. During this time, nature is clear and offers the best view of snowy Himalayan peaks. You can trek freely without worrying about the atmosphere and clear surroundings with stable weather. This means no need to worry about rain in summer, and no need to worry about snow in winter.

This season is not too cold. Rainfall is usually low in all seasons except June, July, and August. So, in Spring, Autumn, and Winter, you can see the majestic view of the Himalayan ranges with the landscapes of Nepal.

During the Spring season, the temperature is an average of 10-20 degrees. This is tolerable weather in the mountain because the mountain itself is a cold place. In spring you can trek Everest for a good view in a comfortable manner because the afternoon is hot and at night you have a pleasant time at tea houses. This season is flower time so you can see the National flower of Nepal (rhododendron) blooming around the trekking routes.

Autumn Season is the second-best season for the trek. The temperature is between (-5 to +20) degrees. A little bit colder than springtime but similar to your trek in the daytime is hot. At nighttime, you relax in Guesthouses.

According to Mission Himalaya Treks’ experience and tourist feedback, Autumn time is the best time for trekking because of the stable and clear view of the snow-capped Himalayas. But Mission Himalaya Treks can organize this trek throughout the year depending on your holiday time and flight schedule.

For More Information Please read: Best Time to do to Everest View Trek.

Everest View Trek 2024 FAQ'S

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The Everest View Trek is a medium-difficulty trip that passes through Nepal’s gorgeous Khumbu valley and provides breathtaking views of the Everest mountain range. It is less difficult than the traditional Everest Base Camp trip since it only reaches a maximum altitude of 3,880 meters (12,729 feet), as opposed to 5,364 meters for the base camp trek (17,598 feet).

The walk does, however, still include some uphill climbs and descents, which can be difficult for some people, especially if they are not accustomed to trekking or have not adequately acclimated to the altitude. Also, you can have a few moderate altitude sicknesses symptoms, like headaches or breathing difficulties.

As a result, it’s crucial to adequately prepare for the trek by exercising physically beforehand, such as hiking or aerobics, and making sure you acclimate by taking rest days and staying hydrated. Using a knowledgeable guide and porter can also make the walk less taxing and more pleasurable by letting you concentrate on the region’s breathtaking beauty and cultural experiences.

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Everest Panorama Trek and Everest View Trek are two treks that are comparable to one another but are not the same. Although there are some changes in terms of the route, itinerary, and duration, both treks provide breathtaking vistas of the Everest mountain range.

The shorter Everest View Trek typically takes 8 to 10 days to accomplish. You travel through Nepal’s Khumbu region, passing via the well-known Namche Bazaar town and the Tengboche monastery.

Which is renowned for its breathtaking vistas of the Everest mountain range. The settlement of Khumjung, which provides a sweeping vista of the mountains, is typically where the walk comes to a finish.

The Everest Panorama Trek, on the other hand, is a little longer journey that takes 10–12 days to complete. Although it also passes through Nepal’s Khumbu region, it makes additional stops in the villages of Khunde and Thame instead, which provide a more genuine cultural experience.

A stop at the Everest View Hotel, which has one of the best panoramic views of the Everest mountain range, is also included in the journey.

These hikes are thought to be of moderate difficulty and necessitate some degree of physical condition and acclimation to the altitude.

Even if you don’t have the time or inclination to make the longer and more difficult trip to Everest Base Camp, they are a fantastic opportunity to explore the natural beauty and distinct culture of the Everest region.

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Mission Himalaya Treks and Expeditions’ skilled itinerary designer will create the ideal itinerary for you, although if several adventurers call off their trek, you will still proceed on your journey.

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On the Everest View Trek, prior trekking experience is not necessarily necessary, however, it is advised that you have some level of physical fitness and outdoor experience. It is crucial that you are in good physical condition because the trek comprises multiple uphill and downhill treks, and you will be trekking for several hours every day.

The altitude can also play a role, and some persons may develop mild symptoms of altitude sickness, such as headaches, dizziness, or shortness of breath. In order to fully acclimatize, it is crucial that you take leisure days, stays hydrated, and pay attention to your body.

Before trying the Everest View Trek, it could be a good idea to start with several easier, shorter treks in your home country or other regions of Nepal if you have no prior experience with trekking. This can assist you in increasing your stamina, getting accustomed to trekking on various terrains, and learning what it takes to stay safe and comfortable throughout a multi-day walk.

You should be able to complete the Everest View Trek without any prior trekking experience, though, if you are in good physical form and follow a well-planned hiking route with proper acclimatization. A safe and fun trekking journey can also be achieved by hiring a knowledgeable guide and porter.

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A one-of-a-kind trekking adventure, the Everest View Trek provides breathtaking views of the Everest mountain range as well as an insight into the distinctive Sherpa culture and way of life. The Everest View Trek is distinctive for the following reasons:

Stunning Vistas:

Some of the most breathtaking views of the Everest mountain range, including Mt. Everest (8,848m/29,029ft), Lhotse (8,516m/27,940ft), Nuptse (7,861m/25,791ft), Ama Dablam (6,812m/22,349ft), and many others, are available on the Everest View Trek. The journey takes you through gorgeous regions with woods, hills, and valleys, as well as habitats for a wide variety of plants and animals.

immersion in a culture:

The Everest View Trek brings you right into the Sherpa neighborhood, which is distinguished by its distinctive customs, traditions, and way of life. You can explore historic monasteries and stupas, take in Sherpa culture through their traditional dances, and learn about their way of life.

Moderate Trek:

The Everest View Trek is a moderate-level journey that is appropriate for people who wish to see the Everest region’s natural splendor without having to put their bodies through the physical strain of a harder trek. The trek’s 3,880 meter (12,729 foot) maximum elevation implies that the risk of altitude sickness is lower than on other treks in the area.

Short duration:

The Everest View Trek takes 8–10 days to complete, which is less time than other well-known treks in the area like the Everest Base Camp Trek. As a result, it’s a fantastic choice for people who wish to see the Everest region’s magnificence but just have a short amount of time.

Overall, the Everest View Trek is a singular and remarkable experience because of the mix of breathtaking vistas, cultural immersion, moderate challenge, and short duration.

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Generally speaking, the lodging options on the Everest View Trek are of a high caliber and come in the shape of tea houses or lodges. These are modest, family-run guesthouses that provide trekkers with inexpensive, functional lodging. While the amenities and services offered at each tea house differ, most provide a comparable level of comfort.

The tea houses often have modest, plain rooms with rudimentary amenities like twin beds, blankets, and pillows. The restrooms in certain tea houses might be shared, and the rooms might or might not have adjoining facilities. There are frequently hot showers available, however, they could cost extra.

Also, the tea houses include common facilities, like dining rooms or lounges, where you may unwind, mingle with other hikers, and eat. The majority of tea shops serve a variety of foods, including both western-style foods like pizza and pasta and traditional Nepalese cuisine. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner will likely be given to you, and they are frequently included in the trekking package.

The level of lodging may differ depending on where the tea house is located, with more basic amenities in less populated areas and greater amenities in more populated ones. In general, it is a good idea to bring a sleeping bag with you because the blankets offered might not be enough to keep you warm, especially if you are trekking during the cooler months.

Although the lodging on the Everest View Trek may be simple, it is typically clean, cozy, and sufficient for the needs of the majority of trekkers.

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Yes, a trekking permit is required to enjoy the Everest View Trek. The Nepalese government issues the permit, which is necessary for all treks in the Everest zone.

Both the Sagarmatha National Park Permit and the Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Permit are required for trekking in the Everest region. To visit and trek in the Sagarmatha National Park, a protected region and UNESCO World Heritage Site, you must have these permissions.

The Sagarmatha National Park Permit is available for USD 30 per person and is good for one week of park admission. To enter the Khumbu region, one must purchase a USD 20 per person Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Permit.

You will want different permissions if you intend to go to other regions of Nepal, such as the Annapurna or Langtang regions.

It is crucial to remember that the permits may only be obtained from authorized trekking companies and that in order to do so, you must present a passport-sized photo and a copy of your passport. The application for permission will be handled by the trekking company on your behalf.

Throughout the walk, keep the permits on you at all times because you could be required to show them at checkpoints.

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The Everest View Trek’s internet services can be spotty and inconsistent. While though certain tea houses and lodges in the Everest region may provide Wi-Fi or internet access, the caliber and accessibility of these services can be very inconsistent, so you shouldn’t count on having a steady connection throughout your climb.

Internet service generally becomes less dependable as you up the mountain; in certain places, it may even be nonexistent. Due to the region’s isolation and the terrain’s difficulty in maintaining telecommunications infrastructure, many of the area’s tea houses still rely on satellite connections.

Before you start your hike, it is a good idea to download any maps, guides, or other materials you might need. While access to power outlets can be scarce at some tea houses, you may want to carry a small battery charger to keep your electronics charged.

With a local SIM card, you can send text messages or make phone calls if you need to stay in touch with anyone while on the walk. You should be aware that in some places the signal strength can be minimal or nonexistent.

Therefore, even though there might be some internet connectivity on the Everest View Trek, it is advisable to prepare for low connectivity and take advantage of the trek’s scenic views and cultural opportunities.

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The Everest Panorama Trek entails climbing to high altitudes where the air is thin and depleted of oxygen, which increases the risk of altitude sickness, commonly known as acute mountain sickness (AMS). Tengboche, which is located at a height of 3,860 meters, is the highest point on the walk (12,660 feet).

No matter how physically fit they are or how much high-altitude trekking they have done in the past, anyone can get altitude sickness. The intensity of AMS symptoms might vary, but they may include fatigue, headache, nausea, dizziness, and shortness of breath. High-altitude pulmonary edema (HAPE) and high-altitude cerebral edema are two potentially fatal complications of AMS (HACE).

Trekkers are advised to adhere to a slow ascending schedule, giving their bodies time to acclimate to the altitude, to reduce the danger of altitude sickness. Also, it’s crucial to drink enough of water, abstain from alcohol and tobacco, pay attention to your health, and take breaks when necessary. It is crucial to let your guide or fellow trekkers know if you exhibit any AMS symptoms so they can keep an eye on you and administer the necessary care.

Before beginning the Everest Panorama Trek or any high-altitude hiking, it is a good idea to speak with your doctor, especially if you have a pre-existing medical condition or are taking medication. Your doctor can inform you of the hazards and offer suggestions for reducing them. Medications like acetazolamide may occasionally be used in order to treat or prevent altitude sickness.

The Everest Panorama Trek has a lower risk of mountain sickness because it will be less than 4000 meters above sea level. But, we are unable to guarantee everything.

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Yes. Nepal is the safest place for travelers, whether you realize it or not. In actuality, both male and female tourists can safely do the Everest View Trek. Remember that you must have no prior trekking experience and that you must be very knowledgeable about the symptoms of AMS and how to manage them.

Indeed, the Everest View Trek might be a fantastic choice for female tourists traveling alone. While traveling alone as a woman can present particular hazards and obstacles, it is possible to have a safe and pleasurable trek with appropriate planning and preparation.

Joining a guided walk with a reputed trekking organization is one alternative for female tourists traveling alone. A guided trek offers the advantages of a knowledgeable guide who can assist with logistics, lodging, and navigation, as well as the company of other trekkers in a group. This could improve safety and make the experience more pleasant.

Another choice is to go on your own, but only after thorough planning and taking the essential safety precautions. For single female travelers, some advice includes doing an advanced study on the journey, selecting well-lit and secure lodgings, avoiding remote locations, dressing modestly to respect local customs and culture, and being mindful of local customs and traditions. It’s also a good idea to maintain a low profile, stay out of the way, trust your instincts, and exercise caution while in unexpected settings.

Maintaining contact with loved ones back home, having a fully charged phone with a local SIM card and emergency contacts, and thinking about getting travel insurance that covers trekking activities and medical situations are all wise decisions.

Ultimately, even though the Everest View Trek needs extra caution and planning for female solo travelers, it is still possible to have a safe and fulfilling journey with the correct planning and attitude.

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Using services like charging devices, hot drinking water, hot shower, wifi services, and extra more according to the hotel.

Everest View Trek 2024 Fixed Departures

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    1st October, 2023 10th October, 2023 $ 945 Guaranteed
    1st November, 2023 10th November, 2023 $ 940 Available

    Everest View Trek 2024 Reviews

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    John Robert
    Miami, America

    Awesome guide and his assistant

    Our guide Rohit was the best guide and Thakur porter was so strong. For our success and enjoy we must thank all of this entire team of Mission Himalaya Treks. My Nepal next trip will have with this company for sure. The assistant guide also Excellent. Mission Himalaya also helps us without mistake. Awesome trip. thank you so much for the arrangement.

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    Maria Johnson
    Los Angeles, America

    Everest view Guide Tanka was great

    Unforgetful experiences during the trek with Mission Himalaya. Good service and support from Mr.Birendra (Manager) and the guide Tanka Kulung Rai and two porters (Chanda kulung & Dorge)

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    Maria Martinez
    Portland, America

    Guide Become friend after Nepal trip

    We just completed the Everest View trekking with our guide Birendra Duwadi and porter Dorge sherpa. They are totally professional. Birendra knows the Hotel and mountains all and made sure we were happy, safe and well during the whole way through. They teach us the Nepalese culture. We cannot have this moment if we go without local staff. After complete the trip became friends, and they truly made this the trip of a lifetime experience. We highly recommend this company mission Himalaya, everything was clear and well organized.

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    Andy Cheung
    Hongkong, China

    Great guide for Everest Mountain and culture learning

    I had a great trip from Lukla to Namche Bazaar and back. Our guide Duwadi Birendra along with our porter Chhatra went above and beyond to make sure we had the best trekking experience than another guest of trekking. Thank you so much. Safety and satisfaction were their priority so you don’t want to get sick out there. Birendra gave us the best advice like food choices Clothes to wear and carry on a daily basis backpack. In comparison successful adventure with Mission Himalaya. If you will travel Nepal please book trek with Birendra.

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    Alejandro Alfaro
    Seville, Spain

    Gran experiencia, excelentes vistas, en Everest Vista Trekking

    Gran experiencia, excelentes vistas, gran guía de caminatas Birendra y porteadores de todo el mundo en Nepal. Birendra fue brillante como guía y lleno de conocimientos sobre montaña, cultura y naturaleza. La compañía organizó todo para nosotros, así que fue una caminata sin estrés para nosotros. Altamente recomendado.

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    Chris Kohler
    Germany

    View from Everest View Hotel(3880m) was great and guide excellent

    This Trekking Everest until Namche and might cost reasonable than other providers but offers more service as well. After dinner about history, culture, and great achievements to meeting legends about the way. Well worth the value. Mission Himalaya is the best trekking agency in Nepal.

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    Paul Maier
    German

    Nepal Family Holiday with my children

    Nepal Family Holiday with my children. This Trekking and Kathmandu day trip was a great mixture of culture, wildlife, city exploration and outdoor activities with opportunities We came back home with lots of new knowledge, souvenirs and loads of photos of Himalayas. Thanks, Mission Himalaya. Great care of my child.

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    Emile Leblank
    Canada

    A good trip for those that like a bit of everything in Nepal

    A good trip for those that like a bit of everything in Nepal – hiking, trekking, culture, and good food. All this without having to worry about altitude sickness. Suited for many trekkers.

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    Rebecca
    America

    This is why we join mission Himalaya second time

    Explore trips in Nepal Everest View treks are always extremely well organized with Mission Himalaya itineraries. This is why we join mission Himalaya second time.

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    Noah
    Switzerland

    The services during the Everest view trek was excellent

    We’ve visited Nepal with Mission Himalaya Treks and enjoyed each trip. All the tour leaders and the local guides were excellent. They were flexible about flights and transfers which is appreciated Mission Himalaya Office staff and field staffs were very helpful from booking through to dealing with enquires and always respond to emails promptly. The services during the Everest view trek was excellent.

    Trip Facts
    durationTrip Duration 6 Days
    regionRegion Everest Treks
    countryCountry Nepal
    groupsizeGroup Size 1 To 15 Person
    seasonBest Season Spring/ Autumn
    altitudeMax Altitude 3880M
    moderate-icon Moderate level treks usually above 7 days. Altitude can reach 5000 meters with 5-6 hrs of hike per day. Moderate refers to neither easy walk nor tough. High altitude may matter on walking speed and distance. Acclimatization may be required. Trip Grade Moderate
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    • Our Guide Choose Best Clean Lodges
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    • Our Sherpa Porters Are Very Strong
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    • Our Cost Already Include Service Charge and Government Taxes
    • We Provide Free Tea Coffee With Your Meals That Make You Warm in Mountain
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    • Acclimatization Friendly Itinerary So 99% Success Rate
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