Everest Panorama Trekking, which suits all types of people and age groups. We’ve designed these great walks in a short time and duration where travelers with limited holidays can enjoy a glimpse of Everest and other high mighty peaks of Nepal.
Thus, Everest short trek excites to eye beautiful scenery of landscapes of rolling hills covered with deciduous woodland, including high mountains. The culture and customs of the native Sherpa are equally fascinating, which makes Everest Panorama Trekking a memorable holiday of a week duration.
Enjoy the experience of ups and downhill of Himalayan terrain with a touch of high altitude. For this, we have set itinerary days with ample time to support acclimatization. So, we take a rest at the famous Namche Bazaar. In Namche, one can witness Sherpa of Khumbu in their colorful attire on markets, where a Saturday grand bazaar takes place once a week.
At Namche, short hikes and walks help you against altitude sickness, known as AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness). Subsequently, a short excursion leads you to scenic viewpoints with a glorious panorama of Everest-Lhotse-Nuptse with magnificent Amadablam and other adjoining peaks you can see on daily walks from here onward.
On an excellent wide and pleasant trail along with mountain views from Namche in Everest, Panorama Trek enters a cool patch of forest. And then uphill to dense and enchanting rhododendron and pine tree lines to reach our leading destination at scenic Tyangboche for Everest Panorama views.
Tyangboche is one of the most picturesque spots surrounded by high peaks and green forests in the trek to Everest Panorama. Then this tour leads you to its impressive and famous monastery to witness beautiful religious paintings and master-piece idols of Lord Buddha and other saints.
After a grand scenic and spiritual time at Tyangboche, located in the shade of mighty Everest and Amadablam peaks, the return journey leads downhill. Catching more views of the area before reaching Lukla, our excellent and memorable Everest Panorama view Trekking concludes. However, if you want to trek all the way upto the Everest Base Camp but 14 days is quite unmanageable for you, we have a better alternative- Short Everest Base Camp Trek that takes you to the Everest Base Camp with the same thrills.
Best Time for Everest View Trekking:
Nearly all months of the year except the monsoon wet months from mid-June to mid-September.
March to May is the best time for Everest Panorama trekking, with clear views till the afternoon when wildflowers bloom with fantastic views of mountains, a pleasant day with more relaxed morning and night time.
October to December is the best time for Everest panorama View Trek for clear views of peaks but with harsh sunlight days. It can be freezing cold in the morning and night, depending on the altitude and overnight stop.
It’s a trek for beginners who want to explore the Everest region and enjoy the view of the high Himalayas, including Mt. Everest. But it doesn’t takes you to the base camp of Everest. If you have a dream of visiting the World class Everest Base Camp, then you can go through our other packages (like Everest Base Camp Trek-16 days | Everest Base Camp Trekking-14 days | Short Everest Base Camp Trek-10 days, and so on) and choose the best one which suits you!