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Tourist class hotel in Kathmandu, Tea house on the trek
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All major meal on the trek


Everest Panorama trek is ideal for those who have short holiday in Nepal and want to see Mt. Everest and experience the Sherpa culture without making ascent to higher altitude. En route you will walk through Sagarmatha National Park witnessing pine forest, Rhododendron flowers in full bloom and abundance of wildlife. We spend a couple of days in Namche Bazaar to get acclimatized and enjoy the awe-inspiring Himalayan mountain views. To experience the Sherpa culture and their astonishing traditional life style we the villages and meet the local people. Visiting Buddhist monastery at Tengboche and local schools along the trails are extra advantages of this trek.

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  • Day 1 Arrival in Kathmandu

    Your trip day starts today when you arrive to Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu. Upon your arrival, you will be received by our representative at the airport. He will be carrying a signboard with our company’s name on it. Then you will be transferred to the tour hotel and checked in. A trip briefing will follow later today and the time will be notified to you by the representative who picks you up from the airport. We will come to meet and brief you about the trip at the fixed time. Until then just relax or explore a bit of surrounding.

  • Day 2 Heritage Tour of Kathmandu

    We take you for a day tour of cultural heritage monuments in Kathmandu valley after breakfast. The tour will give you a mixed insight of history, culture, art, architecture and spirituality of Kathmandu valley. The sites include; Swoyambhunath aka Monkey Temple: The oldest of all sites in Kathmandu valley, Swoyambhunath is an important Buddhist spiritual site having the history over two thousand years old. This site has gained a popular name as monkey temple as this small forested hill is a good habitat for hundreds of monkeys. The visit there will heighten your spiritual and cultural experience. Patan City including Patan Durbar Square: A tour to medieval city of Patan gives you a great insight about ethnic Newari culture, Budhhist spirituality, religious harmony, art and architecture while you stroll around the charismatic alleys taking you to magnificent local community squares known as Bahal and eventually leading you to an incredible medieval palace square. The monuments and skill of the local artisans displayed on those monuments in the square will stun you with their unbelievable charm. Pashupatinath- This temple is located at Gausala Devpatan. Pashupati is one of the revered and holiest pilgrimages for world’s Hindus.In the holy Bagmati River Ghat Hindu Crematorium, watch as the Hindu dead bodies are cremated in the unique way of Hindu tradition in the world as well as you will observe typical Hindu Holy Men known as Sadhus. Boudhanath Stupa: The largest of its kind in the world, this magnificent stupa is a very important center of faith for the people following Tibetan Buddhism. This place is nice Circular Square with the stunning stupa in the middle of it which spreads a lot of spiritual vibrations around the atmosphere.

  • Day 3 Kathmandu – Lukla – Phakding

    Take an early morning flight from Kathmandu airport to Lukla. The flight is a scenic Himalayan panoramic flight to the gorgeous mountain town of Lukla, the gateway to Everest trekking. After landing at the Lukla airport, take some time to prepare for the walk of the day. Start the trek for the day today to Phakding, a beautiful town on the bank on Dudhkoshi River. Approximately four hours of gentle walking on the Everest trail takes you to Phakding to spend overnight at a tea house.

  • Day 4 Phakding – Namche

    After taking breakfast at the tea house, you start the trek to astounding Sherpa town of Namche today. The walk today is mostly uphill making you cover a good distance of elevation. You will come across lots of yaks, Buddhist prayer flags, and many trekking adventurers like you and several other beautiful things. Once you arrive at Namche, you praise the charm of the town and the Himalayan view from there more. Check into a hotel and relax.

  • Day 5 Acclimatization Day at Namche

    Already at the elevation of 3440 meters above sea level, you need to acclimatize with the high altitude atmosphere. Thus it is an extra day at Namche to acclimatize doing some uphill side hikes. Enjoy the view of Mt. Everest and other mountains for Everest view point. Once you return back to Namche from the hike, you will have some time to explore the charming town of Namche as well.

  • Day 6 Namche – Tengboche

    Leave Namche early morning after breakfast. It is beautiful walk up to Tengboche, the monastic village in the Everest base camp trekking trail. On the way to Tengboche, experience some of the spectacular views around. Once you reach Tengboche and check into guest house, go and explore the monastery, learn about Tibetan Buddhism.

  • Day 7 Tengboche – Khumjung

    After breakfast trek to Khumjung, another beautiful mountain village in the Everest region. Enjoy the stunning view of Khumbila peak in the Himalayas from Khumjung and explore around the area. Stay at a guest house.

  • Day 8 Khumjung – Monjo

    Take an early breakfast and start the trek for the day from Khumjung to Monjo. Explore the small but beautiful village of Monjo and take in the spectacular view from there.

  • Day 9 Monjo – Lukla

    Walk another six hours back to Lukla today after your breakfast. The walk passes through Phakding where you had spent you first night in the mountain. Reach Lukla and spend some leisurely time there.

  • Day 10 Lukla – Kathmandu

    Take an early morning flight back to Kathmandu. You will be picked up on your arrival at the airport and then transferred to hotel. You have a free afternoon to relax or explore. We will meet in the evening to go for farewell dinner.

  • Day 11 Free Day in Kathmandu

    Spend your free day in Kathmandu exploring around.

  • Day 12 Departure

    We will drop you to airport three hours prior to your flight time.

Trip Highlights

Sightseeing highlights

Kathmandu Durbar Square

Rafting in River Bank

Lukla Museum Visit

What's included

16 Nights



Land transportation included. Where applicable, Intra-air between cities may be included, please contact us for details.

24 Meals

16 breakfasts, 8 dinners (including Be My Guest)

What's Excludes

  • Nepal entry visa
  • Domestic airport tax
  • Your Travel/Medical insurance
  • Lunch & dinner in Kathmandu
  • Hot shower while on trek
  • Single supplements in hotels except solo trekking service
  •  All drinks Bar bills( Beverage) and laundry
  • Battery Charges( Available during trek with Extra cost)
  • Optional trips not specified in the itinerary
  • Tipping to guide and porter
  • -Personal trekking equipment

16 Nights





Trekking to Everest panorama is obviously for all with fair fitness level. If you love outdoor adventure; do not have problem with trekking long hours for multiple days in high mountains; can survive with basic necessities and sometimes without them; and finally if you love the serenity of mountains and uniqueness of local culture and lifestyle, yes, this trip is definitely for you.

We fly to Lukla from Kathmandu for about half an hour on a small plane. Although the plane is small, the flight brings beautiful sights of mountains. Then we trek for multiple days up and down the trail towards the Everest amidst the marvellous mountains.

Fitness is the key requirement to trek to the Everest region as it involves walking up and down the mountains and goes pretty high in altitude. You definitely have to be in good physical fitness along with strong mental toughness.

Although you need a good level of physical fitness to be able to trek to Everest, you do not need to take any special training. However, a regular preparation for at least six months before the trek starts is highly advisable. You can go for regular jogging, short hiking trips – up and down the hill if possible, cardio workout and workout on improving overall fitness.

Apart from physical fitness, you also need to prepare yourself to survive with just bare essentials in the mountains.

You can expect to walk six hours on average every day during the trek however the trek duration is completely dependent on your pace of walking.

Yes, the trekking will have certain designated days as rest and acclimatization days as we trek up towards the higher elevation. The breaks are designed in accordance with the elevation gain and further days and elevation to go.
As trekking in Nepal is all about traversing up and down the mountains, you will have to walk the trail that goes up and down all the way through. Even the trek that is graded as ‘easy trek’ might feel difficult for some trekkers because of the winding trails up and down the mountains. But as the trail passes through the wonderfully scenic region and villages along the way, the feeling of difficulty vanishes in the ocean of joy that the mountains and surroundings bring to you.
We advise you to get ready with a proper pair of waterproof trekking shoes, worn a few times already is even better. For a detailed list of things to bring, please refer to our Equipment List.
An exhilarating adventure up in the mountains is for sure on this trek. Apart from that, you can enjoy incredible views of Himalayan vistas including the Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Thamserku and many other mountains. A wonderful cultural and lifestyle experience of the Sherpa people living in the region is another inspiring attraction that you come along while trekking in the Everest.
As the trek goes to pretty high altitude, anyone, who treks there, is prone to the altitude sickness. However, this risk of altitude sickness can be lessened by drinking enough water; walking on a slow and gradual pace, enjoying the views, taking enough breaks along the walk and practising some breathing exercises.
Getting sick up in the mountains during the trek is certainly not a good thing to happen to anyone. But it happens sometimes and it is good to come prepared to face any situation while doing this adventure trip. If you, unfortunately, get sick up in the mountains, our guide and the team will take the best care of you and take the most appropriate step for your safety. Those steps might include from denying you the further journey up to rescue you by helicopter. But before taking these big and last steps ahead when there are no other alternatives left, your situation will be carefully observed and the best possible will be done to make you able to continue on the journey. It is always advisable to come prepared for any situation because the high altitude is too unpredictable. What kind of foods can we get in the mountains? Although there may not be as many choices of foods in the mountains as in Kathmandu, you will get a food menu with some varieties of foods. However, the famous Nepali dish, Dal Bhat, fills your plate for most of the time and other times you can have food of your choice from the choices available in the menu.
When you are trekking in the mountain, there are three different options for drinking water. First, you can buy bottled water that is safe to drink although price gets more expensive as you trek higher. The second option is to ask the lodge you stay to fill your bottle with boiled water, which might cost you some money. And the third option is to buy water purifying tablets or rod and take it along with your on the trek. You can fill tap water along the trail and you can use the water purifying tablet or rod to turn it into safe drinking water that is the cheapest of all.

Equipment Check List


4-season sleeping bag.

Duffel bag.


Down jacket.

Upper Body - Head / Ears / Eyes

Sun hat

Wool or synthetic hat that cover the ears

Normal sunglasses

Neck warmer (For winter)


Liner gloves

Heavier shell gloves (For winter)

Core Body


Thermal tops

Fleece jacket or pullover

Water/windproof shell jacket (Preferably breathable fabric)

Lower Body – Legs

Thermal bottoms

Trekking pants and shorts

Water/windproof trousers

Casual pants


Liner socks

Heavyweight socks (For winter)

Waterproof hiking/trekking shoes

Light shoes/sneakers/sandals

Medicines and First Aid Kits

(Please note our guide will carry the first-aid kit bag during the trek. Recommend you to bring your personalized first-aid kit as well.)

Extra Strength Excedrin for altitude related headaches

Ibuprofen for general aches and pains

Immodium or Pepto Bismol capsules for upset stomach or diarrhea

Anti-infection ointments


Lip balm (At least SPF 20)

Sunscreen (SPF 40)

Miscellaneous, but Important!

Passport and extra passport photos (3 copies)

Airline ticket (Please make a copy and leave one at our office in Kathmandu just in case if you need to change the date of your flight.)

Durable wallet/pouch for travel documents, money & passport

Water bottle/bladder

Water purification Iodine tablets

Toiletry kit (Be sure to include toilet paper stored in a plastic bag, hand wipes, and liquid hand sanitizer, towel, soap, etc.)

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