Sometimes appreciating the beauty of things from standing far away can become more meaningful and intimate than standing right in front of it. You can get a very different picture, a complete picture, and that is Everest Panorama Trek.
Everest Panorama Trek is a short trek that goes through lively villages of Sherpas and offers stunning views of the Himalayan Mountains. This trek is designed to make sure that people of all ages can be part of it and experience trekking in the Himalayas without going on a long strenuous journey. If you are someone enthralled by the elegant yet robust appearance of mighty Mt. Everest, then Everest Panorama Trek might be the ideal trekking package for you to witness its best views.
Everest Panorama Trek is a good option for a family trek as well, and it is short but adventurous. You will be trekking through lush forests, crossing many streams and bridges. The trail that leads to Namche Bazar is steep and somewhat difficult. However, with our crew's support, you will reach the village safely. Likewise, from here, you head towards the Tengboche village that welcomes visitors with outstanding views of snow-capped mountains.
You can see beautiful sceneries and fantastic views of the Himalayan Mountains throughout the trek. During the peak trekking season, you can see trekkers and climbers from all over the world, exploring the Khumbu region and getting ready to scale some of the highest mountains in the world. Everest Panorama Trek is a different feeling, and even with fellow trekkers around you, you will feel calm and full.
Major Attractions of Everest Panorama Trek
Explore centuries-old monuments in Kathmandu
The best way to know the Nepali art and architecture is by visiting the monuments that present centuries-old legends and history. During your stay in Kathmandu, you will be visiting places, temples, and monasteries. The guide will take you to places like Kathmandu Durbar Square, Boudhnath Stupa, Pashupatinath Temple, and Swayambhunath on your Kathmandu Day Tour.
Thrilling flight from Kathmandu to Lukla
Lukla is the starting point of the trek. Located at 2,860 meters, the quickest way to reach there is by taking a short 35 minutes flight from Kathmandu. The flight offers an impressive aerial view of the Himalayas. The short runway of Lukla Airport makes the journey thrilling. As the elevation difference between Kathmandu and Lukla is high, the trekkers descend to Phakding village (2,601 m) to spend the night.
Trek through the Sagarmatha National Park
The route beyond Monjo village passes by the Sagarmatha National Park, home to diverse flora and fauna. The trail ascends gradually through dense forests, crossing the Dudh Koshi River on suspension bridges several times. Likewise, along the way, you might get to see wildlife and birds. We highly recommend you not to touch any vegetation or flower during the trek as it might be bad for them or can get harmful to you.
Pass by beautiful mountain villages
The trail from Lukla passes through many villages like Ghat, Jorsale, Phakding, Monjo, Namche Bazar, Tengboche, etc. All of these villages have their specialties. You will get to see distinct views in every new village. Most of the villages are small and less developed than others.
Explore Namche Bazar
Namche Bazar is situated at 3,440 meters above sea level. Namche village is the tourist hub of the Khumbu region and you can find many modern facilities that include ATM, WiFi, luxury lodge, cafes, etc. Trekkers spend a couple of nights in this village to acclimatize and explore around it. There are many places like Syangboche Airstrip, Everest View Hotel, Pangboche monastery, and Khumjung monastery, where you can go for a hike.
Visit Tengboche monastery
Tengboche monastery is also known as the Dawa Choling Gompa. It is the biggest and the oldest monastery in the Khumbu region, constructed in 1961. The Monastery is situated at 3,867 meters and offers a remarkable view of Mt. Ama Dablam. Despite being destroyed twice because of earthquake and fire. The Tengboche monastery still got on its feet with the assistance of volunteers and international aid.
Observe the daily lifestyle of the locals and their culture
The villages along the route are resided by people from many communities like Rai, Limbu, Bhote, Sherpa, etc. All of these communities embrace different languages, cultures, practices, and values. You will get to learn about their traditions and daily lifestyle. Khumbu region is famous for Sherpa, and why not? They deserve all the recognition for their bravery and strong build. However, there is a world beyond them, and we will try our best to take you across the untalked part of the Khumbu region during the Everest Panorama Trekking.
Witness stunning landscapes and outstanding views of the Himalayan Mountains
Everest Panorama Trek is all about presenting you with breath-taking sceneries of the Himalayas. The trail is scenic in all terms. The views of remote mountain villages and valleys enclosed by terraced fields, meadows, hills, and snow-capped mountains are like something out of a storybook. The more you try to immerse in its beauty, the more you get pulled into it. The trek offers views of many different mountains like Mt. Everest (8,848 m), Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Pumori, Mt. Ama Dablam, Mt. Thamserku, Mt. Kongde, etc.