Variation & Custom Itinerary
If you are thinking of extending your trip, then go for Everest Base Camp Trek or Everest Base Camp with Gokyo Lake Trek. Both of these packages increase the adventure in the Khumbu region and allow you to explore the region in-depth. Likewise, we also offer tailor-made options for the Everest View Trek itinerary. We will make a custom itinerary for you to meet all your requirements.
Everest View Trek route
Everest View Trek begins with a stimulating flight that will take you to Lukla. From here, the trail descends to Phakding. Passing through Sagarmatha National Park, you will cross several streams and suspension bridges to reach Namche Bazar. Further, the trail gradually ascends to Tengboche village through lush forests of rhododendron and small villages. You will explore the village and enjoy the view. Retracing the trail, you descend to Lukla.
Everest View Trek map
Everest View Trek map will allow you to see pictorial views of the trail. As the map is crafted following our offered Everest View Trek itinerary, it will be easy to understand the route using the map. All the villages and major highlights are pointed on the map.
Everest View Trek difficulty & Altitude Sickness
Everest View Trekking is an easy trek. You have to walk 5 to 6 hours a day. There will be many ascends and descends with some steep paths. Anyone with normal health and physical fitness can do Everest View Trek 10 Days. Prior trekking experience is not needed to go on this trek. The drastic change in altitude can trigger altitude sickness, however we have added adequate rest days in our itinerary that will help you in acclimatization. Do drink at least 2 liters of water each day to avoid altitude sickness.
Best time to go on Everest View Trek
You can do Everest View Trek in spring and autumn. March to April and September to November is the best time of the year to witness stunning views of the Himalayas. The stable and clear weather is all that you needed for this trek, and the above mentioned months are perfect for that. Likewise, you can also go on this trek in winter (December to February), however views might not be as spectacular as other months.
Accommodation & Meals
You will stay in the best possible guesthouse/lodge during the trek. All the rooms are on a twin-sharing basis with clean common toilets. There will be basic facilities in the lodge. Likewise, the meals will be served as per the menu of guesthouse/lodge, still you will get a wide variety of options like rice, bread, chapati, curries, fried veggies, eggs, momo, thukpa, sandwich, pizza, pudding, porridge, pasta, etc. You will also find snacks and bars during your trek, but due to high altitude and no transportation price can go higher than usual.
Communication & Electricity
There will be the availability of both cellular networks and the internet during the Everest View Trekking. Due to high elevation and unpredictable weather, the connection might get slow from time to time. Similarly, electricity is also available everywhere. You can charge your electric appliances either in free or by paying a few bucks. Caring extra batteries will be a good choice for you.
Travel insurance is recommended to have while Everest View Trek. It will be back up for you to rely on in case of an emergency. Your travel insurance must cover things like airlift, medical bills, hospital bills, flight cancellation, and loss or theft of the property. Any foreign travelers are not allowed to take out travel insurance in Nepal, so make sure to get one from your country and carry the documents with you.
Guide & Porter
You will be assisted by an experienced and English speaking guide on the trek. Our guides have years of experience on the Himalayan trail and have led numerous groups successfully. Likewise, they are well-trained in many fields and are certified by the government of Nepal. While trekking with us, you will be in safe hands.
Organizing eco-friendly treks and tours is our company's main motto. We have worked in this field for several years now and have seen a drastic change in the environment. Therefore, we have adopted several measures to decrease our waste on the trail. Likewise, we also run a small organization that funds education expenses of kids from underprivileged mountain communities.