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Everest Panorama view trek is a short typical trek to the Everest with the most rewarding journey for anyone. It is suitable for those who doesn't have much time or who don't want to walk many days in the mountain. This is a trek which is very scenic that offers a really superb view of the world’s highest peaks, including Everest, Lhotse, Thamserku, Ama Dablam and other many snowy peaks. The Everest panorama trekking holds unique culture, traditions, the lifestyle of the local people, rich biodiversity too. The trek of Everest panorama view offers stunning combinations of majestic mountains view, scenery, history, and culture as well as a variety of exciting ways of experiencing the Nepali way of life. It is designed for those who wish to experience this region without ascending to high altitude. Mostly the first time trekkers in Nepal have chosen this Trek because of short trekking days and also for the spectacular views of the High Mountains. Inhabited by the legendary ethnic Sherpa's, this trek offers you the close experience with a very nice settlement of the Sherpa people and insights of their unique culture and living style at cold, underdeveloped mountainous region.

 

This trek is a great introduction to Sherpa country and its culture with great mountain views, a very popular destination for first-time trekkers in Nepal. Though the Everest valley Trek is shorter, it certainly does not miss out any scenery, with the views of all the Khumbu peaks including Everest itself. Many trekkers in their old age also choose the Everest view trek to avoid long walk and possibility of altitude sickness. After having a spectacular flight to Lukla you will enter the Solukhumbu Region, famous for its proximity to the world's highest mountain and for its Sherpa villages and monasteries. Lukla being home for hundreds of ethnic Sherpa people of the Himalayan region have also become home for hundreds of trekking porters. The trek continues through a small but picturesque village, apparently busy with trekkers, porters, local people, horses and donkeys and the day end at the bank of Dudhkoshi (Milk) river. A steep climb up to the beautiful village of Namche bazaar will afford you further spectacular views.  The trek takes us through the lush vegetation of Sagarmatha National Park, with pine forests, rhododendron flowers and an abundance of wildlife. You will have the opportunity to interact with the legendary Sherpa people and participate in their astonishing traditional lifestyle. We trek along a high traversing path where we have our first magnificent view of Everest and head towards Tyangboche Monastery and Khumjung village. The Everest panorama trekking trail climbs through the foothills of the world’s highest mountain, offer some of the most spectacular scenery and challenging trek in the heart of Everest. The Everest Trek ends after you retrace the trail down to Lukla.

 

 

Outline Itinerary

Day 01: Greetings at Kathmandu Airport

Day 02: A full day sightseeing tour of Kathmandu (The capital valley)

Day 03: Flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and trekking to Phakding (2652m): Walking hours 2-3 hours

Day 04: Phakding trekking to Namche Bazaar (3440m): Walking hours 5-6 hours

Day 05: Acclimatization day in Namche (3440m)

Day 06: Namche Bazaar trekking to Thame (3750m): Walking hours 5-6 hours

Day 07: Thame trek to Khumjung village: Walking hours 4-5 hours

Day 08: Khumjung trekking to Tengboche (3867m): Walking hours 4-5 hours

Day 09: Tengboche to Monjo (2835m): Walking hours 5-6 hours

Day 10: Monjo trekking to Lukla (2850m): Walking hours 4-5 hours

Day 11: Flight from Lukla to Kathmandu

Day 12: Kathmandu free day.

Day 13: Final Departure

Day 01: Greetings at Kathmandu Airport
We will meet you at Kathmandu Tribhuvan International Airport and transfer to your hotel. When you have had your time to settle in and freshen up after your long fight, you will be invited to visit our office for a briefing about your program. You will have meeting with your trekking guide and discuss about the equipment needed for the trekking and we will process for the trekking permits. If you arrive at night we will have same discussion in next day morning after your breakfast.

Day 02: A full day sightseeing tour of Kathmandu, the capital valley
The very next morning, after breakfast you will be taken for a full day sightseeing tour around Kathmandu valley. You can visit center of pilgrimage Pashupatinath Temple and Swyambhunath, very ancient and essentially enlisted in UNESCO World Heritage sites. The biggest Buddhist Stupa at Boudhnath might make you feel calm and peace and visit Patan the city of fine arts and Durbar Square is full of Hindu temples and Buddhist monuments. On journey back to hotel, you can explore the local areas, gullies and lifestyle. After your dinner, you can perhaps take leisurely stroll through the famous streets like Thamel and Durbarmarg.

Day 03: Flight from KTM to Lukla and trekking to Phakding (2652m): Walking hours 2-3 hours
Early morning we flight from Kathmandu to Lukla via mountain flight of about 40 minutes scenic flight. With clear weather we get fantastic views of the mountains, including Everest as we enter deep gorge of the Dudh Kosi valley. You begin your trek from Lukla following a gentle climb up the mountainside on the left bank of the Dudh Koshi River. Along the way you will have a view of Mt Nupla (5885m) Kusum Kangaru (6367m) and Mount Kwongde Range. We then take an easy walk for about two hours to Phakding village. However, if interested in additional activities we can take a side trip to a nearby monastery. Have some rest time rest strolling around the village for local knowledge.

Day 04: Phakding trekking to Namche Bazzar (3440m): Walking hours 5-6 hours

From Phakding the trail follows the Dudh Koshi valley north, meandering through the pines, crossing it twice by small suspension bridges before reaching the village of Monjo, the entrance gate of the Sagarmatha National Park. Beginning with a slight climb to Jhorsalle, the trail passes waterfalls and other culturally and naturally occurring items of interest. Villages are interspersed with magnificent forests of Rhododendron, Magnolia and fir. Along the way to you will be rewarded with your first glimpse of Kusum Kangru (6369m) Thamserku (6608m), Everest (8848m) and Nuptse (7879 m). A steep climb up to the beautiful village of Namche bazaar (3440m) will afford you further spectacular views and a comfortable place to spend the second night of the trek.

Day 05: Acclimatization day in Namche
Accommodate your body to high altitude of Namche as you have gained much height previous day. Set in a natural amphitheatre looking across to the jagged ridge of Kongdi RI (6187m), Namche Bazzar is one of the most attractive settlements in the khumbu region. We will have a full day rest so that we won't face any problem ahead. You have full day leisure for wonderful panoramic view or stroll around the market You can also enjoy the splendid views of Everest, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, Nuptse, Lhotse, Tawche, and Kwangde and so on.

Day 06: Namche Bazaar trekking to Thame (3750m): Walking hours 5-6 hours
The most exciting acclimatization trek Namche takes you along the Bhote koshi to Thame. The trail enters a pretty forest of pines and rhododendrons. Pass ancient mud plastered Stupa at Phurte, and follow path to Tesho. You'll roll into Thamo and Thamo Gompa. At the end of the spur, the trail drops steeply to the Khumbu hydroelectric project plant and then turn to the Thame for night stay. Thame is at the end of Khumbu Valley and iconic value of Thame is its terrain the people which are untouched by the effects of modern civilization.

Day 07: Thame trek to Khumjung village: Walking hours 4-5 hours
Trekking up for about 2 hours and then leveling off until we reach the village of Khumjung. Heading to Khumjung a largest settlement of Khumbu Valley is one of the oldest and largest Sherpa settlements in the Khumbu region (Everest region). The village is the seat of Khumjung village development committee which include Khunde, Khumjung, Tyangboche, Pangboche, Pheriche, Dole, Machhermo, Lobuche, Dingboche, Gokyo and some small town , the valley is surrounded by the snowy peaks of Kongde and Thamserku. We can take a take a short hike up to the monastery to view the yeti “scalp” at the Khumjung monastery.

Day 08: Khumjung trekking to Tengboche (3867m): Walking hours 4-5 hours
The trail climbs past some water-powered prayer wheels and begins a sustained climb through a forest of tall, mature rhododendrons. Look out for musk deer and Himalayan tahr among the trees. The start of the Tengboche (3870m), the village is scattered across a wide, grassy saddle below a crescent-shaped ridge covered by scrub pines and firs. From the view point at the top of the hill, there are awe-inspiring views of distinctive peaks like Amadablam (6856m), standing proud of the massif containing Everest (8848m), Nuptse (7861m), Lhotse (8501m) and inspiring views of Himalayan giants. We visit the Buddhist Monastery at Tengboche, the largest in Khumbu region.

Day 09: Tengboche to Monjo (2850m): Walking hours 5-6 hours
We will work though the forest of magnolia, giant firs and rhododendrons with the view of distance snow covered peak before arriving Monjo. Spent your night at one of the good lodges here, enjoying the local tradition and culture.

Day 10: Monjo trekking to Lukla(2850m): Walking hours 4-5 hours
It’s time to take it easy as we make our way down Namche hill. We will cross multiple suspension bridges, bask in the greenery surrounding us in the lower altitude climate and back into the green scenery of the lower altitude communities. As we slowly ascend back to Lukla, pine fragrances of nearby forests loft by as we watch local Sherpa farmers tending their gardens in the lush Khumbu Valley. We will spend out last night in the Himalayas in the small village of Lukla.

Day 11: Flight from Lukla to Kathmandu
Saying final goodbye to our porters, we will have a flight back to Kathmandu of an exciting one hour. (It can also be a spare day in case of bad weather in Lukla which makes the Lukla flight delayed and cancel.)

Day 12: Kathmandu free day.
Today is a free day in Kathmandu valley. You are free to have some shopping and enjoy the local streets and life of people. You can have a relax walk over the streets and view the normal living of Nepalese. Also you can buy some memories and gifts for back to your home. Full day leisure can be accompanied by some entertainment and sound time in hotel.

Day 13: Final Departure
With lots of grateful to you, we will proudly drop you to the International airportto catch your flight back to your home.

What's included in the Cost:

  • Airport / Hotel / Airport transfers by private vehicle.
  • Hotel Accommodation in Kathmandu including breakfast.
  • Guided Tour of Kathmandu City with expert tour guide and private vehicle
  • Government license holder experienced, trekking guide (trained in Wilderness First Aid& altitude sickness) and porters (1 porter for between 2 trekkers basis) with their food, accommodation, salary, equipment, and accidental insurance, clothing and medicine.
    Round Trip flight ticket for Kathmandu Lukla Kathmandu.
  • Tea house/Lodges Accommodation during the trekking
  • Daily Meals chosen from the Menu   (breakfast, lunch and dinner) during the trek.
  • Sagarmatha National Park fees.
    Trekker’s information management system (TIMS) card fee.
  • Group medical supplies (first aid kit will be available).
  • Above the Himalaya duffel bag. ( If you need, please let us know before you book the trip and remind us in our pre- meeting at our office)
  • Comprehensive pre-departure information and trip dossiers
  • Above the Himalaya Gifts (T shirt for Gents & Pashmina shawl for Ladies, Trekking certificates)
  • Welcome/Fare well Nepali Dinner in Kathmandu
  • All necessary paper works, office Service charge and all Government Taxes

Extra Cost to Consider:

  • Lunch and dinner  in Kathmandu.
  • Nepal entry visa fee, you can get Nepal visa up on arrival in the Airport.
  • International Airfare/Airport tax, City tour Sightseeing entry fees.
  • Alcoholic, hot and cold drinks, hot water, hot and cold showers.
  • Personal expenses such as laundry, telephone calls, sweets, snacks, beverages and bar bills, camera battery charging.
  • Travel Insurance (Essential - Should include emergency evacuation coverage while trekking up to 5500+ meters).
  • Personal trekking gears
  • Tips for tour/ trekking staffs and driver
  • Any others expenses which are not mentioned on Price Includes section.

Q.Where is Mount Everest located?

Mount Everest is situated in Nepal in Solu Khumbu district. It is the Earth's highest mountain, with a peak at 8,848 meters above sea level. It is located in the Mahalangur section of the Himalayas. Everest is situated on the Tibetan Plateau known as Qing Zang Gaoyuan; the summit is directly between Tibet/China and Nepal.


Q.How tall is Mt. Everest?

The official altitude of the world's highest peak is 29,029 feet (8,848m). However, the National Geographic Society has determined the height to be 6 feet taller, 29,035 feet, but the Nepali government has not yet been made this new altitude official.


Q.How to enter the Everest Base trek?

We can start our Everest region treks with a scenic flight of about 35 min to Lukla airport. Namche Bazaar is the famous gateway village of Everest. You can also start from Jiri which is about 7-8 hrs from Kathmandu. Route of flight to Phaplu is also quite popular to avoid Jiri and Lukla.


Q.When is the best time to go to Everest Base Trek?

Mainly we have 2 seasons for Everest Base Camp trekking, the autumn (September, October & November) and spring (March, April & May)season are good when weather is pleasant, The monsoon rains have cleared the sky of dust and the views are often spectacular, clear sky, flowers are in blooming, good trail condition. The winter Dec, Jan and Feb is also good; Dec is Feb is better than Jan, only colder and some time foggy weather. The summer ( June, July, August is rainy season so visibility can be less and rain will be issue, considering Summer June is ok as in general rain will nearly from last week of June. The benefit to do the trek in off season is there are not many tourists, very easy to find the best rooms in the lodge.


Q.How fit do I have to be?

Trekking to Everest base camp is considered fairly strenuous trekking, some previous small hiking and trekking experience is the plus point for the trip however, people have no previous trekking or mountaineering experience also can do the trek easily. People who have good physical condition and able to work 5 to 6 hours daily in rocky trail can do the trek. We tailor made the trip itinerary depends on people fitness level.


Q.Do I really need to use a guide for any Everest region trek?

It depends on your skills and experience but I would almost always recommend some kind of help for the logistics. Long treks are a maze of details. Also, a great guide will make your overall experience more memorable.


Q.How difficult is the Everest Base trek?

Everest base camp trek is considered moderate to Strenuous trek and suitable for those who are moderately fit. The treks involve more walking up and down and climb to higher altitudes, where you will be rewarded with close-up views of big mountains. One should work often rough trails, rock and boulder at least 5-6 hours each day and crossing 4500m above high altitude passes, the treks will reach 5550 m at Kalapathar. People have general physical fitness can do the trekking, If have previous hiking and camping experience is more easy to do the trek, you can train yourself  for this trek, we have 76 years old man did the trek recently.


Q.How should I prepare for the trek?

The main things in the trek is one should able to walk 5-6 hours every day in rough rocky trail, so every day short walk up to 1 hour,1,2 month before the trek  is best suggestion, jogging, yoga will be also advisable.


Q.Can I trek as solo women, is it safe?

There is never problem trekking with solo women or join in the group, we have operated trek for many single female traversal our guide and porters are honest, trust worthy, reliable and carefully chosen for your trips, you will not face any problem trekking with your guide, you will meet many likeminded travelers during the trail.


Q.Can I drink the local water during Everest trek?

You can use the chlorine tablets and used the same water as locals do. bottled water also  available throughout the trek  but the prices are expensive, you can get a boiled or hot water also in the guest house, wise is get the water purification tablets and use the normal water.


Q.Can I charge my gadgets?

Yes, you can charge batteries along the trek (US$2-3 per hour) most of the  guest houses have electricity facilities. You may want to consider bringing a solar charger which is now widely available.


Q.Can I buy a Sim Card in Nepal and will it work on the trek?

You can buy the Ncell Sim very easily ( you need passport photo and passport copy) . It worked at most places during the trekking.


Q.Bank and ATM services are available or not?

Yes, you will have facilities like bank and ATM service in Namche Bazaar and Lukla. In both the mentioned places there are banks and ATM service. But it's better to carry cash as it's uncertain to function.


Q.Am I too old to do this trek?

We don’t think so you are too old, recently we have arranged the trek for 76 years ole man he did it very easily with taking 2 days more time. There are many trekkers who are older 60s walking much better than your trekkers. And remember the oldest lady to climb Everest was 73 when she did it. And the oldest men to climbed Everest were 76 years old from Nepal.


Q.What type of shoes should I buy?

Good comfortable trekking shoes is the most important for the trek, for shorter trek tennis shoes or snickers is ok while longer treks requites the good boots have good ankle support, plenty of tow room for long descents, a bit like timberlands, they are a bit heavier, but most importantly you want to get those that wrap the angle, this prevents you from twisting your ankles on uneven grounds. Good lightweight trekking boots or light all leather boots are perfect. Proper fit is a must for boots and must be lightly worn before use it for trekking.
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Q.Will I see Everest from Base Camp?

No the base camp is too near to give you a view. However you can see the top of the Everest from Namche and when you are walking to the base camp. The best views are from Kala Patthar. The sun rises over the Everest so the best light over the peak is in the evening. But in the evenings many a times clouds will rule.


Q.What if I get sick while on trek?

It depends on nature of sickness. Normally if you get sick you will descend to lower altitude with help of support staff. But if the case is critical we will arrange emergency helicopter evacuation service. Our guide will take immediate action according to the situation. Altitude sickness can affect everyone while trekking including young and healthy people and is a genuine concern in Khumbu.  If you feel dizzy, suffer palpitations or severe headaches, return immediately to a lower altitude. Do not take altitude sickness lightly. It can be fatal! 

These are the questions we are often asked and we hope that you will find the answers useful. We are often asked the above questions and we hope that you will find the answers useful. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any further questions or just want to have a chat about the trek.

Q. Where is Mount Everest located?

Mount Everest is situated in Nepal in Solu Khumbu district. It is the Earth's highest mountain, with a peak at 8,848 meters above sea level. It is located in the Mahalangur section of the Himalayas. Everest is situated on the Tibetan Plateau known as Qing Zang Gaoyuan; the summit is directly between Tibet/China and Nepal.


Q. How tall is Mt. Everest?

The official altitude of the world's highest peak is 29,029 feet (8,848m). However, the National Geographic Society has determined the height to be 6 feet taller, 29,035 feet, but the Nepali government has not yet been made this new altitude official.


Q. Who Climbed Mount Everest First?

Sir Edmund Hillary from New Zealand and his Nepalese Sherpa friend, Tensing Norgay, were the first to reach the summit on May 29, 1953 at around 11:30 a.m. 


Q. Why is it called Everest?

In 1841, Sir George Everest, Surveyor General of India from 1830 to 1843, first recorded the location of Everest. It was subsequently named "Peak XV". In 1865, it was renamed Mt. Everest to honor Sir George.


Q. How Much does it Cost to Climb Mount Everest Expedition?

Climbing Mount Everest comes with a hefty price tag: For guides, equipment, Sherpa, oxygen, permit, and fees for support at Base Camp, the cost to climb Mount Everest ranges from US $35,000 to $75,000. Climbers must also show proof of funds to pay for helicopter evacuation if necessary. 


Q. How to enter the Everest trekking region?

We can start our Everest region treks with a scenic flight of about 35 min to Lukla airport. Namche Bazaar is the famous gateway village of Everest. You can also start from Jiri which is about 7-8 hrs from Kathmandu. Route of flight to Phaplu is also quite popular to avoid Jiri and Lukla.


Q. Where is Sagarmatha (Everest) National Park?

Sagarmatha national park is the home of the world mightiest mountain the Mt. Everest. It covers an area of 124,400 hectares in the Solu-Khumbu district of Nepal. It was recognized by UNESCO with the inscription of the park as a world heritage site in 1979.   Other well known peaks such as Lhotse, Thamerku, Pumori, Ama Dablam, Cho Oyu, Kwangde, Kangtaiga and Gyachyung Kang are also located nearby. Most of the park (69%) comprises barren land above 5,000 m, 28% is grazing land and nearly 3% is forested. It is abundantly rich in wildlife.


Q. What are famous trekking packages in Khumbu region?

Some of the famous trekking in Everest Khumbu region are Everest Base camp trek, Jiri-Phaplu route trek to Everest, Gokyo lake trekking, Three High Pass trekking, Gokyo Chola pass trek, Rolwaling valley trek, Renjo la pass trek, Sherpa village trek, Dudh kunda trek  etc.


Q. Significant Mountains of Everest region?

Besides Mt. Everest, some other spectacular peaks are Ama Dablam (6856 m), Taweche, Thamaseku, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Lhotse, Gokyo Peak (5,350m), Kala Pattar (5,545 m) etc.


Q: Is a trek dangerous?

The answer can be both. Yes; because altitude can kill people so care must be take to acclimatize properly. No; from the lack of so-called "objective" danger such as rock fall or crevasses normally associated with climbing.


Q. Which is the best season to trek?

The spring season starts cold and gets warmer whereas fall is the opposite. Both can see significant snow at any time but more so in the fall. Although you can technically make the trek to Everest at any time of year when snowfall permits, you'll miss a big part of the mountain scenery if you go out of season. The best times for getting to EBC are early September to around the middle of November. An alternate season is between the beginning of March, after the snow has begun to melt, and the middle of May.


Q: Do I really need to use a guide for any Everest region trek?

It depends on your skills and experience but I would almost always recommend some kind of help for the logistics. Long treks are a maze of details. Also, a great guide will make your overall experience more memorable.


Q: What about Diamox or other drugs to help adjust to high altitude?

Some people take Diamox a few days before starting the ascent. It basically accelerates what the body does naturally. Taking your time gaining altitude is the best way and avoids all drugs if possible. You need not to use medicines that affect the breathing drive. Finally proper hydration is critical to acclimatization - urine needs to be almost clear in color.


Q. How can I communicate to outside world?

There are internet cafes in Lukla, Namche and a few villages up to Gorak Shep (last before EBC). They charge a reasonable price for being where it is but not 100% reliable. Satellite phones are the most common method. GSM cell phones also works.


Q: How many Sherpas, guides and climbers are generally on trek?

With so many climbers, they usually have a lot of resources and guides and porters. Depending on the number of travelers and the type of treks, generally we will send 1 guide and up to 1 porters at minimum.


Q: What kind of gear do you take?

Lots of basic equipment and used gear can be purchased or hired in Kathmandu from outfitting shops. The list of necessary gears and equipments is given in our site page.


Q. Is the Everest region trekking easy?

As the matter of fact, Everest lies at high altitude, so it's obvious for some strenuous trekking. But it doesn’t mean it's too tough and one cannot do. Only the places like Chola pass, Renjo la pass and Kongma la pass are difficult and some challenging.


Q. Bank and ATM services are available or not?

Yes, you will have facilities like bank and ATM service in Namche Bazaar and Lukla. In both the mentioned places there are banks and ATM service. But it's better to carry cash as it's uncertain to function.


Q. Do the tea houses/ lodges have electricity? Can I charge my batteries and cells?

Most of lodges/tea houses have electricity and also back up generators. You can charge your I-Pod or camera batteries while on treks. Please note that lodges/tea houses will charge you some money for the charging fee.


Q. What kind of clothes is needed for Everest trekking?

Although shorts, trousers and T-shirts would do while you trek by the day, but during evening, night and morning you will require warm clothes like woolen pullovers and jackets. You need to bring with you a pair of good trek boots, sleeping bag, down-Jacket, pullovers, neck scarves, etc.


Q. Are we safe on Everest trekking trip (robbery, kidnappings, etc...)?

Nepali people believe that “guests are God”. You do not need to worry about the safety matter at all. Nepal is one of the most hospitable and beautiful countries in the world. Also we suggest you to always consult your guide or the company before traveling.

 

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Everest View Trek, Trishuli River Rafting September 2009

We are very honored to be Puru’s first guests from Indonesia.
Puru has been an invaluable assistance to us even before we came to Nepal. He assured us of our plans in a email and responded to our requests very promptly all the time. He was able to adjust our schedule accordingly with last minute changes and requests.

Puru also hooked us up with a very reliable and pleasing guide Shyam for our trek for Mount Everest View.

Puru’s great gift to Nepal! We want be enjoying our trip this much if not for his help.Puru even managed to arrange excursion trip that not to within his offerings. All while in the festival time (transport is quite difficult in Dashain festival time)

Keep of the good work, Puru!
We are very happy to recommend Puru and his agency who’s interested in Nepal

Best Wishes

Everest Panorama View Trek
2013-09-24
Rated 5 / 5 stars

everest panorama view trek

Had the most amazing views in my lifetime so far, perfect trip. Really good porters and guide. We slept in the best lodges in the region. above the himalaya trekking  even thought being small company had the best communication I have ever enjoyed between me and the trip organizer, all the mails and questions were fully answered and fast. Company allowed full customization of the trip even to my needs interests. Reliable service, would recommend to all my friends 100%.

Everest Panorama View Trek
2016-08-09
Rated 5 / 5 stars

Everest Panorama view Trek

I booked Everest Panorama Trek with Above the Himalaya Trekking, I also did tour in Kathmandu including Bhaktapur, Patan, Boudhanath Stupa and visited Dhulikhel and Pokhara including sunrise view from Sarangot. All was arrange by Above the Himalaya Trekking (Mr Puru Timalsena). Everything was well organized and all my requests were met and exceeded. If I go to Nepal again (and I will), I will book the trip with Above the Himalaya Trekking. Most people go to Nepal for trekking, the landscape is amazing, and the experience is life changing. However, Nepal offers more than trekking, Kathmandu valley have more UNISCO World Heritage sites than any country in the world. Walking in Kathmandu Durban Square, Bhaktapur, or Patan is like walking into an open museum. Also if you cannot do trekking in the mountains, you can drive to one of the hill station near Kathmandu like Nagarkot, Sarangkot, Dhulikhel and watch sunrise/sunset over the peaks of the Himalayas. In this trip I stayed in a hotel in Dhulikhel (recommended by Mr Puru) where the view is amazing overlooking terrace gardens and the Himalayan peaks in the background; adding to view, the sounds of birds singing, it is so serene. If you like more adventure, you can go on Safari in Chitwan, you can do rafting, Paragliding, and many more activities. Don’t get discourage to visit Nepal by the earthquake of 2015, Nepal is very safe, only old historic buildings seen damage but hotels and new buildings are mostly untouched. Nepal is very cheap, the people of Nepal are very friendly, and honest. Nepal is a wonderful place not only for trekking, but also for vacation.


Everest Panorama View Trek
2016-06-08
Rated 5 / 5 stars

Everest Panorama View Trekking Oct/Nov 2009

We just completed the Everest Panorama View trek which was absolutely amazing! Our guide, Ramesh, did a fantastic job of pointing out all the mountains, explaining the Nepalese and Sherpa culture, taking care of our health/safety and teaching us a few new card games, too! The whole trip was very well organized and flexible according to our needs.
It is hard to describe the beauty of the Everest Region so we highly recommend a visit – especially with Above The Himalaya Trekking! The help we received from Puru before our trip was so appreciated – our emails were answered almost instantly! Puru has a great company and pays attention to details while remaining reasonably priced. We'll definitely come back again!

Everest Panorama View Trek
2013-09-24
Rated 5 / 5 stars
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Trip Facts & Figures:

Duration: 13 Days from Arrival to Departure

Max. Altitude: Khumjung (3970m)

Trek Grade: Moderate

Best Travel Time:
 February to Mid June, September - November are the best seasons.  Dec & January are Winter and cold can be snow on the trail, July & August are rainy time, trekking can be done but visibility can be poor due to rain.

Trip Snippets: 14 days, 4 night’s hotels, 9 nights Lodges, Breakfast in the city and All meals on trek are included

Departure Dates: We are able to offer this trek on any dates during the months Feb, March, April, May, June, Sept, Oct, November and December for a group of 1 to 12 people.

Equipment Rental: We advise you to bring all of your clothing and gear from home, however in Kathmandu there are many shops to buy and rent trek related equipment

Your trek Back pack/duffle bag: Your baggage on trek will be carried by our porters, the maximum weight per trekkers is 15kg including your sleeping bag and down jacket, Other items not required on trek can be stored in our office or your hotel in Kathmandu

Transportation: Car/Van in Kathmandu, Flight ticket Lukla-Kathmandu-Lukla

Activity: City tour, Trekking

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Everest Panorama View Trek

Trekking Map:

Gear List

Personal necessary

The following basic equipments checklists should help you with your packing. Please remember that you should always try to keep the weight of your equipment to a minimum. At the start of the trek your packed trek bag should weigh not more than 33 pounds or 15 kg.

01. Back pack (60 ltr -70 ltr) - with comfortable shoulder straps, frame, and back pack cover (line the bag with polythene).
02. Waterproof Trekking shoes with spare laces – recommended high ankle with good grips,
03. Camp shoes (sneakers and/or sandals)
04. 2 synthetic /waterproof Track Pants
05: T-shirts - 3
06. Fleece jacket or pullover or Sweater also recommended
07. 1 Fleece Wind-Stopper jacket (optional)
08. 1 Down Jacket or Gore Tex Jacket heavy one
09. Thermal Inners.
10. Socks, Cotton 2/3 pairs, Woolen 2/3 pairs
11. 2 pair Lightweight gloves, in winter recommended, Heavyweight gloves or mittens with a waterproof shell outer
12. Sun hat/Woolen cap, or scarf
13. Sun protection cream.
14. Underwear (6)
15. Hiking shorts (2)
16. Lip Balm/ cold cream.
17. Walking Stick – recommend having it minimum 1

 
Other necessary equipments

1. Sleeping bag rated to (-20 degree Celsius), if traveling in winter sleeping bag liner also recommended
2. Headlamp (e.g. Petzl Zoom) with spare bulbs and batteries
3. Personal Medical Kit
4. Large plastic bags - for keeping items dry inside trek bag
5. Daypack (approximately 2500 to 3000 cubic inches)
6. Water bottles (2) 1 Liter each.
7. Toiletries
8. Quick dry Towel- It should be light / thin.

For more ideas what should bring please visit the Equipment list Or get back to us on puru@abovethehimalaya.com