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Everest Panorama Trekking - 10 Days Itinerary

  • Lovely scenic, cultural walk to Thyangboche and magnificent majestic Monastery
  • Enjoy glorious views Mt. Everest and Mt. Amadablam with array of snow peaks
  • Explore lovely Sherpa villages enriched with age-old Buddhism heritage cultures.
  • Short delightful adventure around high Khumbu in the close shadow of Everest
  • Walk into Sagarmatha National Park listed in UNESCO World Heritage Sites

‘Walk to a beautiful scenic spot at Thyangboche and its impressive monastery’

Everest Panorama Trekking with Explorer Adventurer takes you towards the most beautiful and scenic location at Tengboche and the Monastery.

An adventure of moderate walks with a touch of altitude for a week duration and a little more. Allows visitors to enjoy impressive local Sherpa cultures of age-old heritage similar to their Tibetan predecessors.

A perfect trek for people with limited time in Nepal, as well as for visitors to catch a glimpse of Mt. Everest.

A delightful walk through several traditional Sherpa villages adorned with lovely monuments of Buddhism prayer walls. The trail follows the Dudh Koshi River which means milky due to the color of the river water. Fed from the glacier of Khumbu Himal mixed with lime and chalk stones turning the river white as milk sometimes. An exciting trek crossing exciting suspension bridges over the same river several times and entering Sagarmatha National Park.

The park enriched with exotic flora and fauna, listed in World Heritage Sites treasures the world’s highest peaks. The name Sagarmatha is for

Mt. Everest in Nepal, the local Sherpa call as Chomolungma of Tibetan origin language. The walk follows the high route leaving the Dudh Koshi River valley covered in lovely rhododendrons and pine forests.

Heading higher reaching the famous Namche Bazaar the capital of Khumbu Sherpa’s, an exciting place to experience. As well as the favorite among trekkers the village is almost a size of a town steeped with many hotels and shops. Staying in Namche Bazaar for an extra day, a perfect height for acclimatization and to enjoy the short scenic hike. The adventure then leads on a scenic trail with a climb to the picturesque spot of Tengboche, located on a small grassy plateau. An array of snow-capped peaks with views of Everest, Lhotse, and Nuptse surrounds Tengboche.

Includes majestic Mt. Ama Dablam and adjoining giant peaks, an interesting scenic top amidst a lovely forest with an impressive colorful monastery.

Where once a year a religious festival Mani Rimdu takes place in the autumn time of October or November. Enjoying the spectacular Everest Panorama and visiting the monastery of great religious and cultural interest. Return journey on the same scenic route back to Namche Bazaar and then to Lukla for the last overnight around Khumbu. Next early morning a short panoramic flight brings you to Kathmandu, after a wonderful short adventure on Everest Panorama Trekking.

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On arrival at Kathmandu, Nepal international airport, guide and staff meets to receive you for a short drive to your hotel in the hub of Kathmandu city. 
After a refreshing rest, meet the other members of Everest Panorama trek, guide will brief regarding the trek, local lodge on route, culture and sightseeing tour around Kathmandu heritage sites. 

Evening a welcome dinner in a Nepali restaurants with cultural program as introduction of Nepalese culture and arts. 

    A day in Kathmandu for trek preparations, as well for sightseeing tour at places of interest, the city guide takes you around historical and cultural places listed in World Heritage Sites. After visiting historical and cultural sites, and then back to hotel for final preparation for Everest Panorama trekking. 

      Morning transfer to Kathmandu domestic airport for flight to Lukla after checking in then board in a small aircraft for 35 minutes flight to Lukla. 
Landing at Tenzing & Hillary Airport, during flight, enjoy panorama of Himalayan peaks with Mt. Everest. 

      From Lukla start the trek down to Dudh Koshi River following on winding easy trail to Phakding village for an overnight stops.

        After breakfast walk on a nice trail with short up and down, crossing a bridge to Monjo. As walk enters Sagarmatha National Park, then reaching at Jorsalle village for lunch stop.

        Having good lunch, walk on a river bed for an hour as climb leads to a high bridge, and then climb to Namche Bazaar for an overnight halt. Facing views of Kwangde peaks at near distance with a panorama of Namche Bazaar.

          Enjoy a rest day for acclimatization, and take a short morning hike up at 
Park Headquarter, a place for grand view of Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and majestic Ama Dablam. Overlooking an array of snow peaks, visit the museum of great interest.  For interested people can hike to Everest View Hotel, a few hours climb to the first luxury hotels of Khumbu, built in the 1970’s at 3,880 m high.

          Afternoon enjoy walking around Namche Bazaar lined with restaurants, shops, and stores with large hotels and resorts. 

            Enjoying pleasant time at Namche, morning walk leads to scenic and gradual walks overlooking Everest and other giant peaks, as our route leads downhill to Imjatse river at Phunki Tenga, a small place with few lodges an ideal spot for refreshing break or lunch stop. 
            Afternoon walk leads uphill into enchanting alpine forest to reach a beautiful surrounding at Thyangboche Monastery offering grand panorama of mountains with Everest and Amadablam at close distance, here with time for tour into monastery and witness monks and priest on prayer.  

            Thyangboche also holds a ‘Mani-Rimdu’ a colorful religious festival where monks with mask dancing wading evil spirits which falls in the month of October as per Buddhist lunar calendar.  

              Morning catch the last panorama of Everest, walk leads to long downhill reaching a bridge, from here a slow climb to a small village of Sanasa. An easy walk on winding path to Namche bazaar for lunch or refreshing stop. 

              From Namche head downhill to Dudh Kosi River then reaching Jorsalle, and then a short steep climb to the entrance and exit point of Sagarmatha National Park. 

              After an exciting long day walk reach at Monjo village for overnight, in the comfort of a nice cozy lodge.

                The last day walk of the adventure of few hours trek following on the same trail to Lukla past Phakding. Walk leads through nice village of Ghat and then final climb of an hour to Lukla town for last overnight stop around high scenic Khumbu and Everest region.

                Reaching Lukla by lunch time, afternoon free to explore around Lukla and the streets lined with shops, restaurants and stores.

                  Morning transfer to Lukla Tenzing and Hillary airport for sweeping short flight to Kathmandu facing grand panorama of Himalaya peaks and hills.

                  As plane lands at Kathmandu airport, a short drive reaches you to the hotel, with free afternoon to relax after a great memorable adventure on Everest Panorama Trekking.

                    Last day in Nepal, after a wonderful experience on Everest Panorama trekking as time for your international flight. Transfer to the airport for homeward bound or to respective destinations.

                      Route Map

                      Everest Panorama Trekking - 10 Days Itinerary map
                      What's Included
                      • Airport pick up and drop by private vehicle
                      • Three nights standard Hotel in Kathmandu on twin sharing basis with B.B 
                      • all domestic flight Kathmandu Lukla Kathmandu 
                      • Government license holder guide 
                      • Helpful porter with proper equipments (1 porter for 2 people)
                      • Salary, food, accommodation and insurance for guide and porters
                      • Tea house/lodge accommodation during the trek on twin sharing basis 
                      • Duffel bag for packing your things for the trek 
                      • Local Entrance fee  for entering to the khumbu valley 
                      • Sagarmatha National Park entry permit
                      • Government taxes and official expenses
                      What's not Included
                      • All food pay your self  during the trek  
                      • Flight to Kathmandu, Nepal
                      • Tips for porters ($70-100) and guides ($80-100)
                      • Nepal Visa ($50)
                      • Insurance (must include emergency evacuation by helicopter, check worldnomads.com
                      • Food and drinks ($20-30 per day)
                      • In some places: hot water, wifi, battery charging - $2-5
                      • Drinking water, price depends on altitude (linear regression)
                      Useful Information

                      Insurance policy for Medical and Travel:

                      Should cover medical insurance for illness and emergency evacuation by Helicopter or other means of transportations including other expenses on treatment at respective countries hospitals, as for travel insurance against bad unfavorable weather conditions, delay or cancellation of domestic flights on mountainous area where flight involves on the start of trek and at the end.

                      Travel and Medical Insurance also needs to cover when clients break the journey in the middle of the trip, due to sickness-personal domestic problem etc………

                      Guide and Porters for 10 Days Everest Panorama Trekking: 

                      On treks or climb where you will be accompanied by our expert guide who knows the area on route of the trek chosen, we have professional and veteran guides to led the trek where you can feel comfortable, as our guide are knowledgeable offers you various information of the country from history-geography, culture to flora and fauna.

                      All guides have gone through basic medical training that includes high altitude symptoms or AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness) can help you with simple medical First Aid and for severe condition will support taking you to safe area or to nearest hospitals by any means of quick transportation.

                      Our guides are well versed in Eco-Trekking and Responsible Tourism as well and are committed in keeping the environment on trekking route in pristine form as it was.

                      Porters are picked can be regular porter of the company of hired in Kathmandu-Pokhara or in Lukla on start of the trekking, with always a strong and cheerful porters to carry your heavier luggage, baggage of 15 to 25 kg maximum weights to carry by each porters, we do not allow underage porters of below 16 years of age or above 50 years.

                      Porters and guide are well looked after by the company with good wages, medical insurance, travel allowance including meals on treks and climb company also provides warm gear in winter as well for high and cold altitude trips.

                      Information of AMS and Precaution Measures:

                      High Altitude or Acute Mountain Sickness for short as AMS a symptom faced and can catch any people on high altitude adventure walks.

                      Due to high pressure and low oxygen level as certain height where some people feel uneasiness with shortness of breathiness, light headache, nausea, dizziness, lack of good sleep and with less appetite.

                      To avoid these whole symptoms where we always designed itinerary days accordingly with enough space, flexible days for acclimatization at high elevation, taking short walks up and sleeping and resting at low places.

                      The other good way to avoid AMS taking slow and steady pace on walks, stopping frequently to catch your breath and adding lot of fluid or safe drinking water at least 2-3 liters a day to support against AMS.

                      On high altitude take enough rest and with short slow hike above high hills to catch views as well to support acclimatization and sleeping and resting at low altitude will certainly helps you in avoiding AMS.

                      Useful in situations when you cannot make high ascent, the best ways to prevent altitude sickness doing it slowly, stopping for overnights at certain altitude to adjust to the new height, and taking it easy for first one or two 2 days.

                      In our list we always mention general medication to bring from home as well from your doctor advice also, your doctor might recommend you some basic medication list like medicine against diarrhea, headache, fever, cold-flu as well constipation including first aid for cuts-wounds and burns as well.

                      What to Bring during 10 Days Everest Panorama Trekking?

                      **- can be bought in Kathmandu

                      Clothing and footwear

                      • trekking boots (should be warm, waterproof, breathable, cover and fix the ankle)
                      •  sports sandals with a closed toe or sneakers.
                      •  flip flops , Sun cap , Wool or fleece hat , 2 pairs of gloves/mittens (1 thin, 1 thick,}
                      • Bandana or neckerchief ,  Fleece jackets (1 thin, 1 thick) .
                      • Thermal underwear (merino wool!), preferably 2 sets (one for walking, the other for sleeping), buy at home.
                      • Trekking socks - several pairs (there is a limited possibility of washing)
                      •  Quick-drying sports T-shirts (e.g. Polartec PowerDry) - 2 pcs. or more.
                      •  Down jacket , Windstopper , Windproof warm jacket with hood.
                      • Trekking trousers ,  Warm synthetic pants like ski pants , Rain poncho.
                      • Sun Screen Cream , Sunglasses ,  Trekking pole , Water bottle.

                      Equipment for Everest Panorama Trekking 10 Days

                       *Duffel bags for trek will be perovided on Day 2 should be returned after the trek is over.

                      * Backpack 20-30 liters with rain cover (optionally with drinking system)

                      *Sleeping bag (comfort temperature around -5 C). On the upper lodges they usually provide woolen blankets. You can rent a sleeping bag in       Kathmandu, $1-2 per day.

                      *A good quality headlight with new batteries and a spare set of batteries.

                      * Sunglasses (category 3-4) + hard case , Trekking poles , Thermos 0.5-1 liter.

                      *Sealed packaging for documents and money , Sitting mat (optionally), Power bank.

                      * A roll of dense garbage bags 50 liters. You will pack your items in it when you put them in a duffel bag to protect them from moisture and dust.

                      Personal usage

                      >Towel (light and quick-drying)  - Washing accessories - Disinfection wipes

                      >Antibacterial gel - Moisturizing hand cream - Sun cream with a high factor

                      >Lip balm with sun protection - Reusable water bottle - Snacks, nuts, chocolate

                      Everest Panorama Trekking - 10 Days Itinerary FAQs

                      • This exciting journey in the central Himalayas is around 9 to 13 days long. The Annapurna Panorama itinerary will depend on various factors like walking pace, exploration of landmarks, rest period, trekking route, etc.

                      • The highest point of Annapurna Panorama Trekking is Poon Hill which is situated at an elevation of 3,210 meters (10,531 feet). This is one of the most popular viewpoints in the Annapurna region.

                      • Yes, for high-altitude trekking adventures in Nepal, getting a government-licensed guide is a mandatory requirement. As for the porter, if you want to carry your belongings on your own, you don’t necessarily have to hire them.

                      • This trek is considered on a relatively easier trekking opportunity in the Nepali Himalayas. There aren’t any significant altitude jump points in this trek, and the trekking route is also on the milder side.

                      • Of course, Annapurna Panorama Trekking is one of the easiest exploration prospects in Nepal that even a beginner can easily complete.

                      • There isn’t any official age limit for this lower Annapurna region trekking adventure. This adventure is perfect for a diverse age group exploration; even children and elderly trekkers can easily take the park in Annapurna Panorama Trekking.

                      • Just basic fitness accompanied by good health is enough to enhance the experience in this Himalayan exploration. If you put some effort into training for this trek, then it will be much easier for you to follow the day-to-day itinerary plans.

                      • Yes, you will be able to take hot showers/bathe during this trek. The trekking trails of Annapurna Panorama Trekking don’t stray too far into the wilderness part, so you will be able to enjoy all the basic modern facilities during your trip.

                      • In general, Explorer Adventure will assign one porter to the group of 8 trekkers; however, if the group size exceeds that number, you will also provide assistant guides for the trek. As for the porters, we assign 1 porter for 2 trekkers; the max weight limit for the porter will be around 30 kg (15 kg per trekker).

                      • You certainly can add extra days to your trek, however, it may not be applicable for the group joining packages. If you are doing a private trek or hiring a custom-tailored package, you will have complete control over your itinerary plans and can even add extra days to your trek.