Everest View Trek

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Everest View Trek is a lower-altitude short trek in the Khumbu Region with breathtaking panoramas of various mountains including Mt. Everest (8,848) and Mt. Lhotse (8,516m). Bold Himalaya designed this trek for beginners, family and group trekkers, and those people who have limited time to Experience Mount Everest and its Himalayas ranges. In this trek, trekkers can enjoy a combination of the Sherpa c, the Spirituality of Buddhism, and the natural beauty of the Everest region in Nepal. 

Everest View Trek can be done with a lavish style where trekkers can get a wide range of foods and higher class accommodations as well as join for Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour as their interest. It is the best trek for those who don’t want to tackle climbing at high altitudes but want to see the best views of the Everest region Himalayas and landscape.

Everest View Trek is also known as the Everest Panorama Trek and Everest Experience Trek. Everest view trek is the easiest way to experience the gift of nature in the Khumbu region with friendly Sherpa people. The highest altitude for this trek is Thyangboche 3,870m/12,697ft where trekkers can go easily without doing any acclimatization. 

Starting and Ending point - Lukla (2,846m)

Entire trekking distance - 34.2 km

Highlights of Everest View Trek

Adventurous scenic flight to and from Lukla

Amazing view of the Mountains, Peaks

Visit Tengboche Monastery Explore Namche Bazaar

Local Sherpa Culture and Tradition of Everest Region

Wonderful Panorama of Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, and other mountains

As with most of the Everest region trek, the Everest View trek also starts with the scenic 30-35 mins flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. After landing at Tenzing Hillary Airport, we enter the Khumbu region. From Lukla, your trekking leads to Phakding crossing through numerous Sherpa villages and farmlands. The next day, the trek continues to the Namche Bazaar, the capital and main trading hub of upper the Everest region. Before Namche, you enter Sagarmatha National Park.

Everest View Trek is an easy and short panorama trek that gives a panoramic view of mountains like Mt. Everest (8,848m), Mt. Lhotse (8,516m), Mt. Nuptse (7,861m), Mt. Thamserku (6,680 m), Mt. Tawache (6,495m), Mt. Ama Dablam (6,812 m), and many more mountains. Moreover, you will visit a popular spiritual hub in the Tengboche (Thyangboche) Monastery. During this trek, you will also have the opportunity to get abreast of the Tibetan Buddhist culture including the Chortens and Mani walls.

The trekking routes pass through lush vegetation such as rhododendrons, pines, and cedars. it is considered to be the world’s highest airport situated at 3,820m above sea level.

Hike up to the last destination Tengboche. The trail follows the ridge and rivers through rhododendron and oak forests. This place is known as the best place among the Sherpa community in the Khumbu region. Visit a popular spiritual hub, Tyangboche Monastery.

Moreover, there is a school and hospital, the first hospital built by the Himalayan Trust in 1966 and established by Sir Edmund Hillary. The return journey takes to Namche and then to Lukla, passing through the prayer flags, Chortens, and Gompas all over the region. And the final thrilling flight from Lukla to Kathmandu concludes our Everest Panorama Trek.

Everest View Trek Itinerary

Day 1: Fly to Lukla and trek to Phakding (2,652m/8,699 ft.)

Day 2: Trek to Namche Bazar (3,440m/11,283 ft.) from Phakding

Day 3: Trek to Tengboche (3,860m/12,660 ft.)

Day 4: Trek to Namche via Khumjung village (3,700m/12,136ft)

Day 5: Trek to Lukla

Day 6: Fly back to Kathmandu

Everest View Trek Distance

Typically the Everest View Trek covers a distance of about 35 kilometers round trip. The adventure commences, with a flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, which serves as the entry point to the Everest region. From Lukla, hikers embark on a journey on foot passing through villages lush forests and challenging high-altitude landscapes. Along the way, they visit landmarks, like Phakding, Namche Bazaar, Tengboche and Khumjung before reaching the designated endpoint of the trek.

Everest Region Culture and Religion

People from the Himalayas are generally super friendly and welcoming. Most of the people are Sherpas, a famous ethnic group of the Everest region. They are very friendly to visitors and they treat the visitors as a god. The Sherpas are Tibetan Buddhists of the Nyingmapa sect and have drawn much of their religious tradition from the Rongphu monastery, situated at 16,000 feet on the north side of Mt. Everest. 

Major Attractions of Everest View Trek

Mostly, people trek in the Everest Region to observe the panoramic view of Mt Everest (8,848m). Besides Mt. Everest, the stunning views of Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Thamserku, Mt. Tawache, and Mt. Ama Dablam are also equally amazing. Lush vegetation like rhododendron, alpine, and oak add pikelets to its beauty. Other major attractions are Lukla Airport, Namche Bazar, remote villages, landscapes, Tengboche monasteries, floras, and faunas seen during the trek. 


Our Everest Panoramic trek starts with an early morning flight to Lukla. After early morning breakfast, we will transfer you to the airport for Lukla's flight. Enjoying an amazingly beautiful view of the middle hills and mountains of Nepal, we reach Tenzing Hillary airport after about 30 mins. Lukla is the gateway to the Everest Trek
After landing on Lukla, you will meet porters and a complete trekking team. And after meetings, we head toward Phakding. We start our trek with an easy walk following the mountainside on the left bank of the Dudh Khoshi river. Then we cross the crystal clear Thado Khoshi, where we witness Kusum Kanguru and the trail continues toward the Ghat. After the Ghat trail climbs gently and we reach the beautiful tribal village of Phakding. Overnight at Phakding.

After breakfast in Phakding, we head toward Namche Bazaar. We ascend through the forest of pine and cedar that leads us along the Dudh Khoshi river through many suspension bridges. Then we pass through several settlements of Benkar, Chumoa, and Monjo.

Monjo is the border of Sagarmatha National Park, then we come to the check post and entrance to Sagarmatha National Park where we submit our entrance card After Sagarmatha National Park, we pass through the last village before reaching Namche.
From Jorsale, the trail climbs through the forests and bridges and we reach the confluence of the Dudh Khosi and Bhote Khosi rivers. And if the weather is clear we get the first glimpse of Mt. Everest and we arrive at Namche. Namche is the gateway to Khumbu and the main trading hub in the Khumbu region. We will spend two days in Namche Bazaar. Overnight at Namche Bazaar.

From Namche, we will head toward Tengboche after breakfast. Enjoying the outstanding view of Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, and a close-up view of Thamserku we follow the flat and easy trail from Namche. Then while spotting the wild lives like pheasant, musk deer, and Himalayan Thar, the trail goes down to Kyangjuma.
After Kyangjuma, the path reaches Sanasa, and following through the pine forest, we cross the prayer flags decorated bridge over Dudh Khoshi river to Phunki Thanga, a small settlement After lunch in Phunki Thanga, we will have a little tough the steep climb up the right flank of the Dudh Khoshi valley to Tengboche Monastery, it is the biggest Buddhist Monastery in the Khumbu region.

From the spiritual center of the Khumbu, we climb steeply up through the pine forest and arrive at Tengboche. We will have a close-up view of Ama Dablam, Nuptse, and Everest. Overnight stay at Tengboche Lodge.

Note: We also operate a helicopter charter flight to Tengboche instead of same way trek back to Lukla and also a flight from Tengboche to Everest Base Camp Kalapathar 5545m) to Lukla which cost $800 extra per person (for minimum of two trekkers)

After breakfast in Tengboche, we retrace the same route to Phunki Thanga. And after Phunki Thanga we will have a complete steep to Khumjung village. Khumjung village is the largest settlement village in the Khumbu region.
Here, you get the chance to see real Sherpa’s lifestyle and culture. In Khumjung village, we visit Hillary School, which is funded by Sir Hillary Foundation, and Khumjung monastery, where we can eye on the preserves famous Yeti skull.

After exploring the Khumjung village and enjoining the beautiful view we have an easy trek down to Namche. Overnight at Namche Bazaar.

Our trek from Namche continues trek toward the Hillary suspension bridge along the Dudh Khoshi river, then we pass through several local villages and arrive at Phakding. From Phakding we have a gradual walk to Cheplung, then we ascend with prayer flags, mani walls, and miniature to Lukla. Overnight at Lukla.

Today we will have a thrilling flight from Lukla to Kathmandu. The flight from Lukla to Kathmandu is always in the morning. So, on the last day of our Everest Panorama trek, you will have an early morning flight back to Kathmandu.
With the amazing view of the mountains, you arrive in Kathmandu after about 30 mins and transfer to the hotel by our representative

Included & Excluded Items in the Trip Package


  • All ground transportation from Airport to Hotel, Hotel to Airport by private tourist vehicles as per itinerary

    Standard trekking lodge in Everest View Trekking route.

    Full meals during trekking as mentioned in the itinerary (5 Breakfast, 5 Lunch, 5 Dinner with tea or coffee )

    Everest National Park Area Trekking permit, Pasang Lhamu Rular Municilipity entry permit, & TIMS card (Trekkers Information Management System)

    Experienced, licensed trekking guide up to five trekkers in the group including their salary, accommodation, meals, and insurance

    Seasonable Fruits, snakes and nuts 

    Some necessary types of equipment sleeping bag and down jacket (if you need one, return after the trek)

    One additional guide if trekkers are more than five in the group including their salary, accommodation, meals, transportation, and insurance

    First-aid medicine items

    Duffle Bag to use in trekking, T-shirt, and Trip certificate (after trip completion our government/Local taxes and official expenses


  • International Airfare 

    Travel Insurance

    Desert Bar Bill

    Tips for crew members

Reason to do Everest View Trek 

  • Easy and short trek to experience Mount Everest and its Himalayas ranges closely fills 
  • Suitable for the family as well as groups trekking in the Himalayas
  • Experience a mountain flight from Kathmandu to Lukla to Kathmandu
  • A wide range of food & accommodations as your interest and desire
  • Chance to visit the oldest monastery in the Khumbu region
  • Stunning, scenery alpine forest flora, and fauna 

Best Time for Everest View Trek

Trekking in the best season offers spectacular views of the scenery of Mt. Everest and other mountains. The best time for Everest View Trek is Autumn (September, October, and November) and Spring (March, April, and May) seasons. During these periods, the Everest trekking routes fill with adventure lovers. This is the best time to observe the magnificent clear picture of the great Himalayas, and its beautiful surrounding areas. The temperatures are neither too cold nor too hot which is very suitable while trekking for long days. The colorful and vibrant rhododendrons light up the entire region of Everest during the spring season.

However, Everest View Trek can be done in December and January, weather however temperature will be very cold at this time. During the rainy season, it could be difficult to complete the trek because heavy rain may affect operating flights on time. 

Everest View Trek for Beginners 

 Everest View trek is not a high-altitude trek the highest point of this trek is Thyangboche 3860m. It is categorized as an easy trek and is suitable for beginners as well as all age groups family those who are physically fit and can walk 4-5 hours a day in a day. The trek doesn't lead into the high Himalayas and the trekking trails are well maintained. Height and altitude during this trek don't make it quite difficult so it can be done even without an acclimatization day.  

Everest View Trek for Family and Group 

The Everest View Trek is specially crafted for individuals seeking a close encounter with Mount Everest and the Himalayan range, especially those with limited time and moderate physical fitness (typically beginners in trekking). 

This trek accommodates family members who can comfortably walk for 4-5 hours daily, allowing them to share beautiful moments experiencing Himalayan views, rich culture, and thrilling adventures together. This unique journey enhances family bonds, fostering deeper connections and strength.

Luxury Everest View Trek

Trekkers can experience the Everest View Trek luxuriously while relishing lavish accommodations, diverse cuisine, and complete support from an experienced guide and porters. 

Additionally, you can enjoy a helicopter ride to Kalapathar (5555m), soaring over Everest Base Camp. Complete the journey with a helicopter and return to Lukla or Kathmandu. For a personalized Luxury Everest View Trek, reach out to us, and we'll tailor the trip to meet your preferences.

Everest View Trek with Helicopter Return

Upon finishing the Everest View trek, trekkers have the option to either retrace their steps on foot or option for a helicopter return. Alternatively, they can choose a helicopter journey to Everest Base Camp with a Kalapathar landing, followed by a return to Lukla or Kathmandu.

Luxurious Everest View Trek

There is also an option for an even more luxurious version of the Everest view expedition where you will be given longer time to trek with slower pace which takes up to 10 days. You will stop to acclimatize at various locations and thoroughly absorb different aspects of the Everest region. we also arrange a helicopter return on the return journey to Kathmandu in this package.

Required Fitness level for Everest View Trek

The Everest view trek is a simple hike in the Himalayas. It doesn't require special climbing or trekking experience, but you have to be in good shape to make this trek successful. Before doing this trek, be sure you collect some experience of hiking or walking at higher altitudes. Try to build your physical by doing exercise, or joining a gym, it will guarantee you complete a trek without any difficulty. 

Facilities in Everest View Trek Route

In most trekking routes as the altitude increases, the facilities become but in this trekking, you can get all kinds of common facilities such as Wi-Fi, Hot Showers, Electricity, Local Mobile Networks (NTC, NCELL), Banking, ATMs (In Namche and Lukla), etc


The accommodation on the Everest View Trek is quite better than the accommodation on the Everest Base Camp trek because there are lots of guest houses available there. If you prefer, you can get a luxury room with an attached bathroom each night by paying some additional cost. You can get neat and clean rooms with a decent blanket, a decent mattress, and rooms with incredible mountain views.   


Every meal on the Everest View Trek will be filling and tasty. The guest houses during the Everest View trek provide enough nutritious and energy-giving food required for the trekking.  The menu at each guest house is similar with both local and international options. You'll find options like pizza, pasta, sizzler, steak, fried noodles, dal bhat, fried potato, swiss roast, and many more. The locally sourced vegetables give you all the energy you need to climb up the mountain. All kinds of cuisines can be found on the Everest View trek.

Drinking water

Drinking water plays a most essential role while trekking in the Himalayas. Bottled water, mineral water, or hot water are available at the guest houses but it might be of some cost. You can find natural water resources like ponds or taps during the Everest View Trek, but such water might not be safe for drinking. So, it is recommended to bring water purification tablets, or a filter yourself to drink nice and pure water while in the Himalayas. 


Guest houses or the settlements in the Everest region use micro-hydro power stations so electricity is accessible during the Everest View Trek. You can get access to electricity throughout the trek, and there will be a  charging point at every guest house. You can charge your phones, cameras, or batteries easily.


As the most popular trekking region, trekking trails of the Everest region are well developed. Therefore, cell service and wifi are very accessible. You can use the local sim even at the highest point of this trek. If you want to make video calls or stay connected outside the world, you can connect your phone to wifi by paying some extra charges. 

Necessary Documents

TIMS Card (Trekkers' Information Management System): The TIMS card is a mandatory permit for all trekkers in Nepal. It helps track trekkers and ensures their safety during the trek. 

Sagarmatha National Park Permit: The Sagarmatha National Park Permit is required for entering the Everest region and trekking to Everest Base Camp. This permit allows you to explore the protected area and helps preserve its natural beauty. We will hand over these documents to you before you embark on this trip.

Valid Passport: A valid passport is essential for all travelers entering Nepal. Make sure your passport has at least six months of validity beyond your planned travel dates.

Nepal Visa: You can obtain a tourist visa on arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu.

Travel Insurance

The journey on this trek will lead you to a remote, high-altitude area with limited access to medical facilities or services. If you have travel insurance, it will ensure you are protected financially in the case of a medical emergency or events of unforeseen circumstances. 

BH's Guide and Porters for Everest View Trek

Hiring a guide and porters for the Everest View Trek is optional, it depends on what type of experience you want to gain while on the Everest View Camp trek. During the peak season of trekking, the track might be filled with lots of trekkers so there is a chance you may get lost in the way. Guide and Porters might be really helpful if you want a safe and comfortable trek.

Guides are the person who will guide you throughout the trek. 

Everest View Trek Cost

Bold Himalaya offers the Everest View Trek at a competitive cost ranging from $850 to $700, depending on the group size. This provides the best value for the Everest View Trek without compromising the quality of our services. We uphold our commitment to delivering exceptional trek experiences, ensuring no compromise on the services promised. Additionally, we prioritize our co-team members, ensuring no compromises on their salaries, insurance, and facilities, even in consideration of the trek cost.

We operate private trekking as well as group trekking. according to Bold Himalaya's discount policy, as the number of hikers increases the price for the trek will be decreased so the discount policy as per the group is as follows 

Numbers of Trekkers Price Per trekkers (IN USD)

Everest View Trekking Routes 

After around 30 minutes of adventurous flight from Kathmandu, we reach Lukla and the trek starts from here. The total days of the trek are five days which is three days ascending to Thyangboche (3860m) via numerous Sherpa villages Phakding, Manjo, Namche Bazar, and similarly two days on the same route trek back to Lukla. 

Note: Trekkers can do a Helicopter return instead of the same way trek back to Lukla. We also offer a Helicopter flight from Thyanboche to Everest Base Camp (Kalapathar 5545m) to Lukla which costs $800 extra per person for the two minimum trekkers.

Expandable Trekking routes with Everest View Trek

Trekkers have the flexibility to tailor their journeys beyond the Everest View Trek based on their physical fitness, time availability, and interests. Options include extending to Gokyo Lake (an additional 5 days), Chola Pass (an additional 9 days), Everest Base Camp (an additional 6 days), Gokyo Renjo Pass Trek (an additional 7 days), and Everest Three Pass Trek (an additional 13 days).

Weight Limits for Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu Flight

Lukla airport is located in the lap of the Himalayas the runway is short so only a small airplane with 15 to 18 seaters can do the flight. There is a 15 kg weight limit including your hand carry. If the baggage weight is more than 15 kg extra cost will be charged according to airline rules. 

Everest View Trek Packing List

The packing list can be varied according to season and weather. The Winter season needs more extra layers and the rainy season needs warm clothes as well as rain gear. 

Some common Packing lists are:

Down Jacket, Gore-Tex Jacket

Towel, Neck gaiter, quick dry T-shirt 

Sleeping Bag (-5 to -10 )

Mid-layer, Base-layer

Hiking Pant (Min 2)

Backpack (40L around)

warm hat, cap, 

Sun glass, Sun cream

Trekking poles, gloves 

Trekking boots, sox (3pair min)

Camera, Phone, power bank

Water bottle 

Vacuum Flask

First aid medicine (Including your regular medicine)


Snakes, chocolate bars

Travel insurance, money, card

Toothbrush, paste, shampoo, shop, sanitizer, toilet paper

Tipping in Nepal

The tipping custom is ingrained in the trekking culture of Nepal and is used to express gratitude for the porters' and guides' tireless efforts. It is a common habit and is seen as a sign of gratitude for the assistance given during the walk. Trekking guides are essential for guiding hikers over difficult terrain, ensuring their safety, and offering insightful information about the local way of life and environment. An average tip for porters is between 10% and 15% of the entire cost of the hike. Trekkers may decide to tip more generously as a sign of appreciation if the guide has gone above and above in providing great service or guaranteeing the group's safety.


If you book a solo trip, a single room is allocated for trekking. For group bookings, rooms are shared on twin or triple-sharing basis. In select places like Phakding, Namche, and Lukla, efforts are made to offer attached bathrooms for shared accommodations. Otherwise, standard rooms with 2 or 3 beds and a table are provided. If you wish to upgrade your hotel category, feel free to contact us at +977-9849615880 or explore our customized trip options.

Want to upgrade your Hotel category contact us at +977-9849615880 or go through the customized trip 

About Meal

In trekking, you will have lunch and dinner in different places so for each place, we provide you a separate menu where you can choose different food as you wish and also every evening we provide seasonable fruits as dessert.
The common food of the trek are Dal Bhat, Pizza Mo: Mo, Sherpa Strew, Spaghetti, Chiwmin, Thukpa, Fried Rice, Tibetan Bread, Chapati, Boiled Potato, Egg, and Meat items, etc 

If you start trekking from Lukla, on the second day of the Everest Trek, after crossing Hilary Bridge over Dudhkoshi River there is one popular place called Topdanda ( First Everest View Point)  on the way to Namche Bazar first Everest can be seen which is the popular resting place for many trekkers. 

Yes, the Everest view trek is a hundred percent worth it to experience closely the world's highest mount Everest, the Himalayas ranges, the landscape, and local culture. It is also a suitable family trek of the Everest region for those who cannot walk in high altitudes but want to see Mount Everest by foot

Tengboche 3,867 meters (12,687 ft.) is the highest altitude of the Everest View Trek. Tengboche is a popular hill station because of the oldest monastery in the Khumbu region, its view of mount Everest, its gorgeous landscape, and its valleys.

As Compared to altitude and difficulties Everest View Trek is not a moderately difficult trek that all physically fit trekkers can do easily this trek 

The Everest view trek leads into the most popular Everest region in Nepal. The most popular places during the Everest View trek are Lukla Airport, Namche Bazar, Sagarmatha National Park viewpoint, Hotel Everest View, Khumjung Village, and Tengboche Monastery. 

The Everest View trek covers a distance of 34.2 kilometers from its starting point to its ending point which is at Lukla Airport. With the customized trekking plan, you will around 4 to 6 hours per day.

The Everest View trek doesn't go up at higher altitudes. Its highest point is Tengboche at 3,860 meters. Since it doesn't go up at higher altitudes, the case of altitude sickness is quite low. Therefore, it's not mandatory for trekkers to acclimatize during Everest View Trek. But you can keep it as optional and acclimatize for a day and visit local people and explore their lifestyles and culture.

Generally, the symptoms of altitude sickness start to appear within 4 to 6 hours after arriving at higher altitudes. The symptoms of altitude sickness might be dizziness, fatigue, loss of appetite, sleep problems, loss of energy, and shortness of breath. 

At night after a long day hike, you will be sleeping at some of the best lodges or guest houses. Unlike, other trekking routes, luxurious lodges and luxurious guest houses with luxury services are available during Everest View Trek. The beds will be clean and comfortable with warm blankets wherever you are spending nights. 

The Everest View trek also known as the quarter trek of Everest Base Camp provides an opportunity to witness spectacular views of Mt. Everest (8,848m/29,028ft), Ama Dablam (6,812m/22,349 ft), Lhotse (8,516m/27,939ft), Kongde Ri (6,187m/20,298 ft), and Kusum Kanguru (6,367m/20,889ft).