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Everest View Trek - 11 Days

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Duration11 Days
Trip GradeModerate
Travel StyleTrekking

Everest view trek is a beginner-friendly trekking package in the Khumbu region. It is one of the most achievable trekking packages to see Mount Everest. This trek carries adventure and comfort hand-in-hand. Also known as the Everest Panorama trek, you can complete the journey in 11 days or customize the itinerary to only one week Everest view trek.

The Everest view trek offers you an easy Everest trek option to enjoy the beauty and tranquility of the Himalayas. You will explore the Khumbu valley while walking through lush rhododendron forests and picturesque Sherpa villages. The low elevation gain during the Everest view trekking makes it an ideal backpacking adventure for families.


  • A short one-week easy trekking program in the Everest region, Nepal
  • Beginner-friendly and perfect trek package for families, students, or anyone bound by time
  • Enjoy adventure and comfort hand-in-hand during this trek
  • Get to see the beauty and feel the tranquility of the Himalayas
  • Trek through lush rhododendron forests and picturesque Sherpa villages
  • Witness stunning mountain views of Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, and Thamserku
  • Cross numerous suspension bridges as you walk via the Sagarmatha National Park
  • Hike to the Hotel Everest View
  • Explore ancient monasteries in Thame, Khumjung, and Tengboche villages

What to expect during the Everest view trek 11 days?

During the Everest view trek 11 days, you will witness stunning views of snow-capped mountains like Everest (8,849 m/29,032 ft), Lhotse (8,516 m/27,940 ft), Nuptse (7,861 m/25,791 ft), Ama Dablam (6,812 m/22,349 ft), Thamserku (6,608 m/21,680 ft), and many others. The trek begins with a short, scenic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla (2,840 m/9,317 ft).

You will traverse, enjoying the biodiversity of the Khumbu region. The trail descends along the Dudh Koshi river to Phakding village, crossing this river numerous times on the way via hanging suspension bridges. From Phakding (2,610 m/8,563 ft), the trail continues to Monjo, and from here onwards, the trail enters the Sagarmatha National Park.

Following our Everest view trek itinerary, the last village you will trek to is Namche Bazaar (3,440 m/11,286 ft). It is the biggest Sherpa settlement and has a huge market. Here, you will get all kinds of services, including ATMs, cafes, restaurants, gear shops, souvenir shops, etc. From Namche Bazaar, you will traverse the beautiful Thame (3,800 m/12,729 ft), Khumjung (3,785 m/12,417 ft), and Tengboche (3,860 m/12,660 ft) villages.

In these villages, you will visit some of the ancient monasteries of the Khumbu region like Thame monastery, Khumjung monastery, and Tengboche monastery. During your visit to these monasteries, you will learn a lot about Sherpa culture and beliefs. From Tengboche, the trail descends to Phunki Thenga and ascends to Namche Bazaar.

During your time in Namche Bazaar, you will hike to the Hotel Everest View (3,962 m/13,000 ft). You will follow the same trail from Namche Bazaar to Lukla. The trail steeply descends. Enjoy nature and the wilderness of the region as you trek back to Lukla. Throughout the journey, you will witness gorgeous sunrises and sunsets.

After returning to Kathmandu, you will have a full day for sightseeing and to buy souvenirs. If you want, we can also arrange a short guided tour with a professional tour guide who will walk around with you to different tourist sites in Kathmandu. Overall, the Everest view trek offers a perfect getaway without needing much effort.

Do this trek in the best seasons- spring and fall for the best mountain panoramas. You can make the journey more comfortable by upgrading it to a luxury lodge trek. Likewise, you can also add a helicopter flight from Lukla to Kathmandu or Namche Bazaar to Kathmandu.

Who can do this trek?

Trekking in the Everest region is a dream of many, but not everyone can do the tough EBC trek or Gokyo Lake trek. So, we have designed this short and easy Everest view trek itinerary. This trek is perfect for someone looking for an easy adventure in the Himalayas.

The trek takes you close to Mt. Everest and offers its stunning views. If you are short on time or can't do the famous treks in the Everest region because of the high altitude, we highly recommend you Everest view trek 11 days.

Everest view trek preparation and packing

To prepare for the Everest view trek, exercise daily and go on long walks with a backpack weighing 5 kg. Do this for 4 to 6 weeks, and you will be physically ready for the trek. You can also combine swimming, cycling, running, jogging, or hiking in your routine to build your stamina.

With physical preparation, you also have to mentally prepare for the Everest view trek. You will spend multiple nights in the remote mountains and walk long hours daily. So, the journey will test your patience and determination. Practice meditation.

The third preparation includes packing for the trek. You should get trekking boots early and make sure to use them a few times before the trek starts. Trust us, it will be much more comfortable to walk, and you will avoid unnecessary blisters.

Below, we have made a small packing list for the Everest view trek:

  • Clothes: Underwear, thermal wear, trekking shirts & pants, fleece jacket, down jacket, windbreaker, rain pants & coats, scarf, gloves, sun cap, cotton socks, woolen socks
  • Trekking gear: Trekking boots, hiking shoes, sunglasses, daypack, duffle bag (provided by the company), sleeping bag & liner, trekking poles, water bottle, water filter, rain covers
  • Toiletries: Toothbrush & paste, hand wash, toilet paper, sunscreen, moisturizer, sanitizer, soap, shampoo, wet wipes, lip balm, comb
  • Personal medical kit: Band-aid, cotton, bandage, electoral powder, insect repellent, antiseptic cream, paracetamol, antifungal cream, etc
  • Documents: Travel insurance, permits, identity card, passport, visa, passport-size photos, etc
  • Miscellaneous: Charger, power bank, adapter, spare batteries (optional), torch, camera, journal, etc

Everest view trek cost 2024/2025

Get the best Everest view trek cost with us. Our safe and easy online booking system lets you purchase the trip without any hassle. Below, we have made a table that shows our Everest view trek price range. If you have any questions regarding the cost of this trek, feel free to contact us at [email protected] or +977 xxxxxxxxx

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1 USD 1170 per person Book now
2-4 USD 960 per person Book now
5-6 USD 930 per person Book now
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Why trek with us in the Everest region?

We take a journey in the Himalayas beyond adventure. Our guide and porter allow you to freely enjoy nature and mountains. They will help you interact with the locals. Along with helping you navigate the path and carry your heavy duffel bag, the guide and porter also encourage you to move further and keep you entertained.

We have well-curated our Everest view trek itinerary with beautiful Sherpa villages that not many trekkers get to explore. You will spend ample time in the mountains and witness serene landscapes. The chances of altitude sickness are also quite low following the itinerary. We will take care of all the logistics for the trek.

Below are some of the benefits trekkers will get by doing the Everest view trekking with our team:

  • Trek with a native guide and a porter
  • Full transparency in price and policy
  • Free airport pick-ups and drop-offs as per the itinerary
  • Duffle bag from the company to use during the trek
  • Complimentary farewell dinner and t-shirt
  • 24/7 support
  • Flexible itineraries
ItineraryExpand All

The team of Recreation Holidays will welcome you at the airport upon your arrival. They will escort you to the hotel in a private vehicle. Spend some time in the hotel relaxing and later explore the bustling streets of Thamel. In the late evening, we will meet for a welcome dinner and brief you on the trek program. Pack your duffle bags and do any last-minute shopping.

Accommodation: Hotel

You will take an early morning flight to Lukla. The flight will be quite thrilling and scenic. Upon landing in Lukla, you will have around 15 minutes to freshen up and get ready to trek to Phakding. Porters will join you and carry the heavy duffel bags.

The trail from Lukla descends along the Dudh Koshi river. You will trek through lush forests of rhododendron and magnolia. On the way, cross numerous suspension bridges and pass by small villages like Ghat. The views of Kongde Ri and Mt. Khumbila is today's highlight.

Max Altitude: 2,846 m/9,337 ftMeals: Breakfast, lunch & dinnerAccommodation: Lodge

From Phakding, the trail continues to the famous Namche Bazaar. It is the biggest Sherpa settlement in the Khumbu region. The trail continues via lush rhododendron forests, crossing numerous small hanging bridges. Soon, you will come across the long Hillary Suspension Bridge.

Crossing it, the trail continues to Benkar and takes you to Monjo. Here, you will register the permits at the police check post and continue trekking. Pass by Jorsale village and keep walking via lush forests. The final two hours of the trail involve steep climbing.

Max Altitude: 3,440 m/11,290 ftMeals: Breakfast, lunch & dinnerAccommodation: Lodge

You will spend this day acclimatizing in Namche Bazaar. In the morning, hike to the Hotel Everest View. During the hike, you will witness a stunning view of Mt. Thamserku. Once you reach Hotel Everest View, you will see a captivating distant view of Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Nuptse, and Mt. Ama Dablam.

From here, you will continue the hike to Khumjung village, where you will visit an ancient monastery and a school. Return to Namche Bazaar later and visit the Sherpa Culture Museum and Everest Photo Gallery. Spend the remaining day exploring cafes and shops.

Max Altitude: 3,962 m/13,000 ftMeals: Breakfast, lunch & dinnerAccommodation: Lodge

Leaving Namche Bazaar, you will trek to Thame. It is a less crowded route and offers stunning mountain panorama along the way. On the way, you will cross a bridge over Theshyo Khola, which is located around 4 km away from Namche. From here, walk via lush forests and hillsides to Thame for a night stay. You will visit the ancient Thame monastery and spend the remaining day relaxing.

Max Altitude: 3,800 m/12,729 ftMeals: Breakfast, lunch & dinnerAccommodation: Lodge

The trail from Thame continues to Khumjung village. For the first few hours of walking, you will retrace the trail and then follow an uphill route to Khumjung. It is a lovely village located at the foot of Mt. Khumbila.

Here, you will visit one of the oldest monasteries in the Khumbu region, the Khumjung Monastery. Likewise, visit the Hillary School made by Sir Edmund Hillary, the first human to climb Mt. Everest in 1961.

Max Altitude: 3,785 m/12,417 ftMeals: Breakfast, lunch & dinnerAccommodation: Lodge

Leaving Khumjung village, you will ascend to Tengboche village. The trail crosses the Dudh Koshi river gorge and passes by a beautiful valley. Trek follows lush foothills and crosses small rivers and streams on the way.

In Tengboche village, you will visit the biggest monastery in the Khumbu region. It goes by the name Tengboche monastery. Likewise, the view of Mt. Ama Dablam and Mt. Everest is phenomenal from here.

*Note: You can combine a helicopter flight to EBC with landing at Kala Patthar from here. For more details, kindly get in touch with us.

Max Altitude: 3,860 m/12,660 ftMeals: Breakfast, lunch & dinnerAccommodation: Lodge

The trail from Tengboche descends through lush rhododendron forests to Phunki Thenga village. From here, you ascend to Namche Bazaar. On the way, you may come across Himalayan tahr and pheasant. Enjoy tranquil scenery and mountain views during trekking.

Max Altitude: 3,440 m/11,290 ftMeals: Breakfast, lunch & dinnerAccommodation: Lodge

Today, you will trek back to Lukla. Follow the same trail as before. Descend steeply and trek through rhododendron forests. Trek past small villages, crossing numerous suspension bridges to Phakding. From here, you will climb to Lukla.

Max Altitude: 2,846 m/9,337 ftMeals: Breakfast, lunch & dinnerAccommodation: Lodge

You will take a morning flight back to Kathmandu today. Enjoy the stunning aerial panorama of the Himalayas during the flight. Once you land in Kathmandu, the guide will drop you at the hotel in a private vehicle.

The entire day is leisure. We recommend freshening up and visiting Kathmandu Durbar Square and Boudhanath Stupa. Explore the bustling markets around these two monuments as well. Buy souvenirs and later meet us in the late evening for a farewell dinner.

Max Altitude: 1,400 m/4,593 ftMeals: Breakfast, lunch & dinnerAccommodation: Lodge

As the Annapurna circuit trek comes to an end, our team will drop you at the Tribhuvan International Airport. You will fly back to your home on this day. Let us know if you wish to do any other tour or trek in Nepal.

Meals: Breakfast only
Trip Service Details
  • Transfer from Kathmandu International Airport to hotel
  • 2-night hotel stay in Kathmandu with breakfast (based on twin sharing)
  • Kathmandu/Ramechhap-Lukla round-trip flight, including airport transfers
  • All required permits, such as the National Park, TIMS, and local permits.
  • 8-night twin-sharing accommodation during the trek
  • Three daily meals during the trek (8 breakfasts, 8 lunches, 8 dinners)
  • Provision of a duffel bag, sleeping bag, and down jacket for use during your trip (to be returned upon completion).
  • English-speaking guide with first aid knowledge and medical kit
  • Comprehensive insurance for the field staff and their salary
  • Flight back to Kathmandu/Ramechhap from Lukla, with transportation
  • Achievement certificate upon request
  • Farewell dinner in Thamel, Kathmandu
  • Complimentary luggage storage during the trek
  • Departure airport transfer service
  • International airfare, Nepal visa, and insurance
  • Meals in Kathmandu beyond breakfast and additional accommodation nights
  • Porter service during the trek (USD 180 per porter, 20-25 KG max.)
  • Personal expenses on the trek (hot showers, drinks, extra meals, Wi-Fi/data, battery charging, accommodation upgrades)
  • Tips for trek staff (expected)
  • Anything not mentioned in the “INCLUSION” section
Additional Info

Everest view trek difficulty and altitude sickness

Everest view trek difficulty is moderate. This trek is for all age groups. The journey is not that physically stressful and also sees comparatively low elevation rise. You will trek up to Namche Bazaar and ascend to Hotel Everest View for a hike. The trekking route has mixed terrain. The trail winds through dense forests and lush cliff sides.

Likewise, the facilities along the Everest view trail are also fantastic. You will get most of the services, including hot showers and WiFi. There is nothing much to worry about during the Everest view trekking. You only have to make sure you can walk 6 hours a day. The altitude sickness risk is also low on this trek.

You will spend an acclimatization night in Namche Bazaar. During the trek, if you see symptoms like headache, problems in breathing, vomiting, insomnia, nausea, etc, inform your guide. He will provide you with first aid and monitor your health further. Keep yourself hydrated and maintain your pace during trekking.

Best time to do the Everest view trek

The Everest view trek's best time is spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) seasons. You will get the best trail conditions and weather for trekking to Namche Bazaar and Tengboche village. The trail thrives with vegetation and wildflowers in these two seasons, which makes the scenery outstanding.

The stable weather allows for on-time Lukla flights and no cancellations. The sky stays clear throughout the day, so you will not miss any views. The upper part of the trail is a bit cold in the evenings and mornings. Otherwise, the climate remains mild. You will get long daylight hours to enjoy the trek and bustling routes with fantastic environments.

Everest view trek in winter (December to February)

Because the Everest view trek is not a very high-altitude trek, you can also do it in the winter season. However, the weather is not stable all the time, and the views may get hindered sometimes because of fog. Still, you will witness the most tranquil and unseen perspective of the Everest region in winter.

The trail is not crowded, and because of that, the price of lodges and meals are down as well. If you love solitude, you should do the Everest view trek in winter. The climate is very cold, so you have to pack all the thermal clothes, jackets, and gloves. Likewise, a sleeping bag is required.

Everest view trek in summer/monsoon (June to August)

June to August is the hottest month of the year and also the monsoon season. The Lukla flights are most disturbed in these months, and the trail condition is also poor. We usually recommend not trekking in the summer/monsoon times, but if you love rain and rich foliage and are fine with muddy trails and bugs, you will love trekking.

Accommodation and Meals during the trek

The accommodation during the Everest view trek is the lodge. Lodges offer simple but cozy lodging services along the trail. The rooms are shared between two trekkers, and the washroom is not attached. If you need a single room during the Everest view trek, you have to pay extra money.

Services like charging, WiFi, hot showers, etc, require a few bucks every time you use them. So, carry some Nepali ahs with you for these personal expenses. You should also pack all the toiletries, including toilet paper, for the trek. You will find Western-style toilets in many lodges.

Note: You can upgrade the accommodation to a luxury lodge at an additional cost.

You get three meals a day (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) during the Everest view trekking. All the meals will be given as per the menu of the lodges, which is fantastic along the Everest view trail. Dal bhat and thukpa are the best trekkers food. You can choose between veg and non-veg options.

Apart from those, the menu has a variety of dishes from pasta, burgers, pizza, steak, and sandwiches to momo, noodles, thenduk, chapati, rice and curry, stew, etc. You should carry your favorite snacks for the trek. Boiled water is available in all the lodges. It is safe to drink.

Travel insurance for Everest view trek

It is recommended for the Everest view trek with travel insurance that covers emergency air evacuation. Even though it is a low-altitude trek with less risk of altitude sickness, you can never predict anything while traveling in the Himalayas. So, it is best to have a backup in case you come across an unseen event that demands immediate evacuation.


This Everest view trek is one of the easiest treks to see Mount Everest. You do not have to trek for many days on this trek, the elevation does not increase drastically, and the overall journey is also short.

Following our Everest view trek itinerary, the highest point you will touch is 3,962 meters (1,3000 ft), which is the Hotel Everest View.

To go to Everest View Hotel, you have to take a short flight to Lukla and trek from here to the hotel. Likewise, you can also take a helicopter flight from Kathmandu to Everest View Hotel.

The chance of altitude sickness during the Everest view trek is very low. Most trekkers do not get altitude sickness on this trek. In a rare case, if you see any symptoms of altitude sickness, our guide will help you and assure your safety.

Yes, you can do the Everest view trek without a guide. However, trekking with a guide makes the journey hassle-free and much more interesting as he shares lots of stories and helps you interact with the locals.

Yes, the Everest view trek is good for a family adventure. The trek is not difficult, with less altitude gain, so every member of the family can join it freely. Likewise, no long-time commitment is needed for this trek, which makes the Everest view trek perfect for a short family trip in the Himalayas.

Yes, you can upgrade your accommodation to luxury lodges during the trek. Additional charges apply as per change.

If you wish to extend the Everest view trek, let us know. Our team will plan a further itinerary for you as per your wish. As we extend the trek, you will have to cover the involved expenses.

The helicopter flight cost from Namche Bazaar to Kathmandu starts at USD 1,150 per person on sharing. If you book the whole helicopter, it will cost you USD 4,150.

The helicopter flight cost from Lukla to Kathmandu starts at USD 500 per person on sharing. If you book the whole helicopter, it will cost you USD 2,910.

The Everest view trek is moderate. It is not difficult, and anyone can do it. The trek involves 6 hours of daily walking, so make sure you are capable of it.

Yes, the Everest view trek is safe for solo female trekkers. The trekking route is quite bustling during the peak trekking seasons, so you will see many fellow trekkers on the way. Likewise, you will be accompanied by a reliable and friendly guide.

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