Everest View Trekking

Trip Overview
  • Duration 9 Days
  • Difficulty Level Moderate or Grade B (**)
  • DestinationNepal
  • Meals & AccommodationBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Trip Start & EndKathmandu-Kathmandu
  • Trip TypeTrekking
  • Major AttractionNamche, Lukla
  • Maximum Altitude3800 Meters
  • Best TimeSpring/Autumn


  • Discover the Khumbu region's diverse nature and wildlife.
  • Take a nerve-wracking trip to Lukla, where you'll be treated to breathtaking vistas of the Himalayas.
  • View the Sherpas' way of life and learn about their cultural history.
  • Explore Himalayan Thar, Musk Deer, and Snow Leopard, among other wildlife and species.
  • Capture the breathtaking dawn above the colossal Alps.
  • Explore an exciting path with many ups and downs, steep slopes, and thrilling suspension bridges.
  • Appreciate the fantastic views of the sky-dominant mountains like Mt. Everest, Mt. Amadablam, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Cho-Oyu, Mt. Thamserku, Mt. Tawache, Kusum Kangaru.
  • The shortest and most straightforward journey to the Everest area.
  • UNESCO world heritage site Sagarmatha national park.
  • Visit the Rhododendron forest and Sherpa villages.
  • The only way to Everest is to Namche bazaar.
  • Stunning vistas and a panoramic perspective of the Everest summit.
  • Everest View Trekking is a renowned trip in Nepal that attracts visitors from all over the world. The journey is non-technical, and acclimatization is carefully considered. Our journey begins after a short but exciting flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, which takes in the stunning grandeur of flora and beautiful snowy mountains.
  • Everest View Trekking allows you to get up close and personal with iconic peaks in the Everest area, such as Everest (8848m), Lhotse (8516m), and AmaDablam (6856m). The hike is made much more stunning by the views from Tyangboche Monastery. Sherpa culture, ritualistic beliefs, a high-altitude lifestyle, and exotic landscapes give us unique experiences.

Everest View Trek, a moderate trek set within the timeframe of the busy, offers glorious views of Everest while not a lot of gain in altitude(max: 3867m). Expansive spectacular scenery, majestic mountains, and distinctive Asian culture make the teahouse/camping route outstanding. Everest view trekking is a popular worldwide trek in Nepal. The tour is non-technical, and acclimation is punctually taken into thought. After a short yet exotic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, showing the scenic beauty of greenery and breathtaking white mountains, our trek begins. 

We leave the beautiful village ofLukla and take a short walk to Phakding, where acclimatization activities await. The next day we move through pine forests and rhododendrons in the Sagarmatha National Park. The route continues through woods and bridges to the confluence of Dudh Koshi and Bhote Koshi rivers, which ascends further up to Namche Bazaar (3440m) in the Everest Region. At Namche, we rest one more day for acclimatization while enjoying this high-altitude heaven and learning about Sherpa culture, high-altitude lifestyle, rare flora and fauna, and Everest climbers. Namche bazaar is a getaway to go Everest base camp trek too.

Tyangboche, our next village, is home to the highest Buddhist monastery in the world (4100m) and is also renowned as one of the best places for photographers to capture Mount Everest and other nearby peaks. The trek from Tyangboche to Namche is mostly downhill, with a few steep ascents. Next, we pass the traditional villages of Khumjungand Khunde and a monastery with Yeti Scalp.

Find a trip according to your time and budget in the Everest area.

The Everest view Trek is famous not only because of its proximity to the world's highest peak but also because of its hospitable Sherpa people, diverse cultures and traditions, attractive towns, colorful festivals, and monasteries. This excursion will provide you with a complete insight into Sherpa culture while avoiding the difficulties of high-altitude mountaineering. The Everest Panorama trip begins with a short flight from Kathmandu to Lukla Airport, after which the trail follows the classic route across the Dudh Koshi River until you reach Namche Bazaar, where you will stay for a day and explore the Sherpa hamlet.

The next day, you will walk to Everest View Point and Everest View Hotel to see the panoramic mountain views.

Following the hike paths will bring you to various Sherpa settlements such as Khunde, Phortse, Khumjung, and many more little villages, all of which provide breathtaking vistas of snow-capped mountains rising above the sky.

Not only can you view these fantastic mountains from each hamlet, but you can also learn about Sherpa culture, visit monasteries, and learn about the Himalayan people's way of life. The trekking will guide us later to the very renowned Tengboche Monastery.

One of the top locations offering panoramic views of various mountain panoramas is considered one of the best. At Everest View Point, you may walk about and take in the breathtaking views of a variety of spectacular mountains, including Mt. Everest, tour Khumjung hamlet, and Khumjung monastery, and snap photos with the Himalayas and magnificent landscapes as a backdrop.

If you like, you may also go on an expedition up to Ama Dablam base camp, following which you will retrace your steps down to Lukla and fly back to Kathmandu. Tyangboche is home to the world's tallest Buddhist monastery (4100m). It is known for being one of the most significant spots for photographers to catch Mount Everest and other adjacent peaks. The walk from Tyangboche to Namche is primarily downhill, with a few steep ascents for good measure. We drive by Khumjung and Khunde, two traditional settlements, and a monastery with Yeti Scalp. The adventure continues in the presence of abundant wilderness and breathtaking mountain views.

The majority of Everest treks are long and complex. This one, though, is different. This walk includes all of the attractions of the Everest area, hiking, and trekking in Nepal. The excursion integrates Everest's rich cultural past with its breathtaking natural splendor. As a result, the tour is simple and appropriate for individuals of all ages. The hike is both visually appealing and entertaining.

Overall, the Everest View Trek allows you to experience authentic alpine living in a short amount of time. It helps you to immerse yourself more deeply in their culture while also giving you more time to admire its natural, unadulterated beauty. Furthermore, whether you select a simple trip or a challenging trek, each visit to Everest is rewarding. It will be well worth your time and effort to come here.

Best Time for Everest View Trek 2024-2025

It is always suggested that spring and autumn are the best times for excursions. It's the season of sunshine, flowers, and unobstructed views. In April, though, there may be some rain or clouds. Trekking in May, just after the Winter, is delightful. The temperature is around 15 ° Celsius, and the Rhododendrons add to the overall beauty of the scene. When it comes to Everest hiking, there is no such thing as a "best season." Every season is distinct and beautiful in its way. Due to the consistent climate, trekking during the summer, i.e., fall. Rhododendron blossoms abound in the springtime. Finally, the off-season, such as monsoon and Winter, is less busy. As a result, you may relax and enjoy the natural beauty and warmth on your own.

Trekkers escape the monsoon season, which runs from July to August, and the winter season, which runs from January to February. On the other hand, April–May, and October–November are the busiest months.

This Everest Trek is very enjoyable in the Winter. If you're traveling without a guide, try to avoid the busiest times. There's a potential you'll meet up with other hikers along the road who can assist you.

Trekkers escape the monsoon season, which runs from July to August, and the winter season, which runs from January to February. On the other hand, April–May, and October–November are the busiest months. In Nepal, the monsoon starts in June and ends in August. Also called the wet season of the year. It is the minor traveling season as the rain cause mud, landslide risks, blurred views, diseases, and leeches that disappoint trekkers from traveling. Constant rain and cloudy sky make the trip boring and irritating, and taking a flight to/ from Lukla can be risky too.

Everest Base Camp Trek doesn't attract many tourists this season. The monsoon season in Nepal runs from June to August. She was also known as the year's rainy season. It is the less traveled season because mud, avalanche dangers, clouded vistas, illnesses, and leeches deter trekkers. The constant rain and gloomy skies make the journey tedious and frustrating, and flying to/from Lukla might also be perilous. So this time of year, the Everest view Trek gets fewer travelers.

If you are doing the Everest region tour, it is crucial to know the best time. So, as you seem pretty interested, here we have noted when you can do the trek.

  • Everest View Trek in Autumn

The best time of the year is autumn for the Everest view trek. Perfect weather with clear blue sky and 100 % visibility. September, October, and November are known as Nepal autumn times. 

  • Everest View Trek in Spring

Spring is the best time for trekking on Everest. This is a time of greenery in nature and blooming flowers all around your spring season, known as the march, April, and May in Nepal. Typically morning weather is best in spring compared to the evening, so we start our day trek early and stop early for overnight. However, we can get thunder and light rain in the evening.

  • Everest View Trek in Winter

Nepal experiences cold weather during Winter. But you can’t put Winter out for trekking. The three months of Winter are December, January, and February. You can visit the Everest view during the season. We’ll tell you why. We can get snow from the very first day of the trek.

The weather will be best in Winter in terms of visibility, but it will be a frozen trek. I highly recommend the Everest view trek in Winter because of less crowded and feels like Yeti in the middle of snow all around.

  • Everest View Trek in Summer 

Still, you can do the trek in summer, but we do not recommend it in Summer. Visibility is low, and there is a chance of getting rain, but if you are lucky, it will be cleared up after the rain. June, July August is the primary Month of summer in Nepal. Late in summer, August weather is better than in June and July. 

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Everest View Trek Outline itinerary

Day 1:Arrival in Kathmandu.(1320m)

Day 2:Kathmandu - Lukla - Phakding (2,610m): 3-4 hour

Day 3:Trek from Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3,443 m): 5-6 Hours

Day 4:Namche Bazaar: Rest day

Day 5:Trek to Tengboche (3875m.) 5- 6 Hours

Day 6:Trek Tengboche to Namche Bazaar (3443m.) 4-5 Hours

Day 7:Trek from Namche Bazaar to Lukla (2850 m.)

Day 8:Fly from Lukla to Kathmandu(1320m)

Day 9:Airport Drop

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Everest View Trekking Itinerary Details

After you have completed all the necessary procedures and arrived at Tribhuvan International Airport, a member of our staff will meet you there and drive you to the hotel. The following morning after breakfast, we will fly from Kathmandu to Lukla in an exhilarating 30-minute flight. After that, we'll climb up to Phakding. We will continue walking for about 5–6 hours to Namche Bazaar the following day. The day after is a day of rest. Despite the fact that it is a rest day for acclimatization, we go on a short hike to a nearby viewpoint (Thame or Khunde) and take a tour of the area, including the Tourist Visitor Center, where information about Everest climbers, Sherpa people, their culture, and the local flora and fauna is briefed.

After 5–6 hours of walking, we will continue on the trail and reach Tengboche. We reach the Phungitenga bridge after descending along the busy trail through  juniper, and rhododendron forests. Thereafter, the climb is steep for about an hour. Continue your journey to Namche Bazaar. We will make a 6-hour trek back to Lukla the following day. After that, we'll fly early to Kathmandu.

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Our Airport Representative will meet you at the Tribhuwan International Airport. A drop to the Hotel by private tourist vehicle is arranged. You can either take a rest or meet us at our office and know the detailed arrangement of the Trek. Overnight stay at the hotel in Kathmandu.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • 3-4 Hours
  • 1320Meters

The early flight to Lukla from Kathmandu airport after breakfast is thirty minutes of breathtaking mountain views. From the Tenzing-Hillary Airport, we move on to meet the rest of the crew and make arrangements and final preparations. The hike to Phakding takes around three hours and passes the Chaurikharka village to follow the Dudhkoshi River, a short one to assist acclimatization. Overnight stay in a lodge.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • 3-4 hour
  • 2,610m

Today’s walk starts along pine forests and pasture lands with several suspension bridges to cross at various points of the Dudh Koshi River. Upon reaching the confluence of Dudh Koshi and Bhote Koshi, the climb becomes steeper. After walking for about two hours, we reach a viewpoint giving the first sight of Mount Everest. After passing Jorsale, we reach Namche Bazaar, the gateway to Everest and a trading center as well where we take a rest for the day.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • 4-5 hours
  • 3443 Meters

Namche Bazaar, the biggest settlement in the Khumbu region, is well facilitated with ATMs, Internet cafes, restaurants, bakeries et cetera. Although it’s a rest day for acclimatization, we go for a short hike to a nearby viewpoint (Thame or Khunde) and take a tour of the place including the Tourist Visitor Center where information about Everest climbers, Sherpa people, and their culture and flora and fauna of the region are briefed.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • 3-4 Hours
  • 3443 Meters

We follow the trail that climbs the top of a ridge offering a panoramaof Thamserku, KusumKangrib, and Kantega. After walking around a branch ridge, the views of AmaDablam, Lhotse, Everest, Tawetse, and Nuptse suddenly become unveiled. We then start descending and come to the crossroad with one way leading to Gokyo valley. Walking through the village of Trashinga, we soon reach the Dudh Koshi River. The first half of the climb to Tengboche is strenuous, however, eases off as the trail approaches the forested area. With splendid views in the backdrop, the climb along the mountainside leads to a stone gate that marks the entrance to Tyangboche. The sunset falling on Everest and AmaDablam makes for an outstanding view. Tyangboche gives one of the best panoramic views of the snow giants. You can spend your night camping on the plateau in front of the monastery or stay in a lodge.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • 5- 6 Hour
  • 3875Meters

Descending along the busy trail through forests of rhododendron, fir, and the juniper we reach the bridge of Phungitenga after which the climb is steep for about an hour. The walk further on to Namche is long and winding and passes traditional Sherpa villages of Khumjung and Khunde. We also pass a monastery that preserves the only Yeti Scalp, and Khunde Hospital which is funded by Sir Edmund Hillary Trust. The walk further on to Namche is pleasant and scenic where we stay overnight.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • 4-5 Hours
  • 3443 Meters

Takes about six hours to trek back to Lukla via Monjo is pleasant except for some short climbs. After crossing the Bhote Koshi River a couple of times, the last 45 minutes to Lukla is an uphill climb. This marks the end of our trek. We spend a night in a lodge.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • 7 Hours
  • 2850 Meters

An early morning flight from Lukla to Kathmandu. The taking off is a dramatic scene just like the landing. The rest of the day can be used for sightseeing or relaxation and celebration.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • 30 Minutes
  • 1320Meters

Our Representative will drop you at the airport. 

  • 30 minutes

We are pleased to offer the flexibility of tailoring your journey to your desired duration and places, whether extended or shortened, as our proficient team of locals-cum-guides, porters, and accompanying staff have an in-depth understanding of every location traveled.

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Trip Map

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Cost Details


  • Airport picks drop & pick up by a private vehicle for the domestic terminal
  • International Arrival Departure
  • Pre-trek briefing One day Before trek
  • Three Times Meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner with a cup of tea/coffee) during the trek.
  • Tea House Accommodation/ Basic during the trek.
  • A highly experienced, helpful, and friendly government license holder Guide- his food, accommodation, salary, insurance, equipment, and medicine.
  • One helpful and strong porter for two trekkers with his salary, food, accommodation, and insurance coverage. (Weight limit of 20-25 KG)
  • Duffel bag, Sleeping Bag, and Down Jacket (return after completing the trip).
  • Everest View trekking map
  • One Mountain Rock Treks T-shirt or Cap.
  • Domestic flight Kathmandu - Lukla- Kathmandu inclusive with all taxes and transfers. { (Flight diverts to Mathali) flight is included from Manthali to Lukla and transport from Ktm to Manthali by sharing van at 2 am & return van from Manthali }
  • Kathmandu & domestic airport taxes in Kathmandu and Lukla airport for groups and crews.
  • National Park permits and TIMS (Trekker's Information Management System).
  • Comprehensive medical supplies (first aid kit will be available).
  • Oximeter to check your pulse, Oxygen saturation, and heart rate twice a day.
  • Certificate of achievement (If needed).
  • Farewell dinner in the Nepali restaurant at Thamel before your departure from Nepal.
  • Free luggage store at the office or at the hotel.
  • All ground transportation.
  • All our government taxes.
  • Official expanse.


  • Food and accommodation in Kathmandu.
  • International airfare.
  • Nepal entry visa fee.
  • Travel and Medical insurance (for helicopter evacuation if needed while trekking).
  • Items of a personal nature such as alcoholic drinks, cold drinks, and laundry.
  • Charging electric gadgets, Drinking Water/ Hot water, Hot showers
  • Personal trekking Equipment.
  • Tips for guide, porter, driver, etc.

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Essential Info


The Everest View Trek is a great way to glimpse the Khumbu area. It provides breathtaking views of Everest, Lhotse, Thamserku, Ama Dablam, and a slew of other peaks without the stresses of high altitude and in a fraction of the time. This journey is concise and straightforward, making it ideal for families and the elderly who want to see Mt. Everest and other nearby mountain peaks. It also allows you to learn about Sherpa culture and lifestyle and visit a historic Buddhist monastery in Tengboche. This journey is for individuals with a limited amount of time who want to see the stunning Himalayan views from Everest.

Everest View Trek is a unique package created to fulfill the needs of travelers who don't have enough time or aren't in good enough shape to reach Everest Base Camp. You will climb up to Namche on this excursion, from where you can see the dazzling Everest peak and numerous other nameless ranges. This is a breathtaking vista. If you have the time and energy, avoid the Everest View Trek and opt for the Everest Base Camp Trek instead. As you build up momentum, the sights become more breathtaking.

Compared to other trekking routes in the region, the Panorama Trekking is a little easier and shorter, but it is still a breathtakingly gorgeous journey. It offers beautiful vistas of the world's tallest mountains, including Mount Everest, as well as creative Sherpa settlements and their culture. After a half-hour mountain flight from Kathmandu, we depart for Lukla. As soon as we arrive at the Lukla airfield, we begin our walk to Phakding, the first stop along the Dudh Koshi River.


Food may be found at several venues in Namche Bazar. However, we will eat supper at the lodge, where we will stay while ascending. The cuisine will be lodge prepared and selected from a menu given.

You are allowed to have higher expectations regarding the Himalayas and nature. However, don't set your sights too high regarding meals and lodging. We'll stop at lodges; a lodge is just a place to sleep for the nighttime and shower in the morning.

While you may notice a fancy lodge near Namche Bazar, remember that luxury is restricted to Namche Bazar. Dal Bhat serves boiled rice, lentil soup, mixed vegetable curry, and pickles as part of a buffet system for lunch. The Nepalese eat this exact mix of foods twice a day, so it's great. Fried rice, pasta, pizza, and spaghetti are among the other alternatives.

The liquid possibilities are also rather remarkable. Tea and coffee will be served, along with some Ginger Honey Lemon. There are also decent alcohol alternatives, including local wine, beer, and rum. In Namche, there will also be bars and a bakery. There are no other hiking routes in Nepal that have such diverse eateries.

The conventional Everest trekking path has been in use for over a century. Many renowned climbers and tourists use this precise path. Every year, tens of thousands of trekkers pass through the Everest base camp route. This indicates that the Everest View trek route's infrastructure has been well-developed. Modest tea places have been transformed into opulent hotels. You will have every comfort you desire, even in a distant village.

The Everest view hotel provides excellent tea services to trekkers. You may order a warm, nutritious breakfast, lunch, or supper using locally sourced organic ingredients. The menu ranges from Western to Indian and regional cuisines. For breakfast, you must have traditional Tibetan bread and bread/Chapati. There is also a large selection of hot soup alternatives. Pancakes, oatmeal, muesli, and omelets are all available.


Lukla, a little settlement at the base of Mount Everest, is home to one of the world's most dangerous airports. Meanwhile, the famed Nepalese Airport, Lukla, has a fascinating fact and history that distinguish it from the rest of the world's airports. Lukla is the starting point for the trip to Everest Base Camp. So, it's the entry point to the Everest high pass, Gokyo Ri Lake, the well-known Namche Bazar, and so on.

Lukla Airport, widely known as Tenzing–Hillary Airport, is the starting point for climbing Mount Everest. In honor of Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa, Lukla Airport was renamed Tenzing-Hillary Airport in 2008. The first two people to step foot on the summit of Mount Everest have been verified.

Due to strong southwest winds, this unusual airport is known to be closed from mid-morning until late morning.


The staging location for treks to Everest and other mountain peaks is Namche Bazaar (3,500 m). It is also a thriving market town that sells everything from Tibetan antiques to mountaineering and climbing gear.

The tourist center at base camp provides thorough information on the area's several climbs, souvenirs from past climbing expeditions, and facts on the Sherpa people's lifestyle and culture. This will be a one-of-a-kind trip for those who wish to do something unique in the Everest region. You'll be greeted by stunning views of Mount Thamserku, Kongde Ri, and Kusum Kanguru, among others, as you arrive at Namche Bazaar, the famed center of the Khumbu area and Everest's doorway.


Hotel Everest View is the ideal site to see mountains Because it is located in a remote and calm region. Room heating, free Wi-Fi, laundry facilities, a restaurant, and a bar are available.

In addition, they serve delicious cuisine and beverages. The finest hike is to the Hotel Everest Vista, which offers a breathtaking view of Mount Everest. This journey also offers spectacular views of other mountains like Lhotse, Thamserku, Ama Dablam, and several minor peaks. Usually trekking in the Everest region is generally tricky, but the hotel Everest view trip is the simplest way to see Mount Everest. The Hotel Everest View Trek is a short climb ideal for families.

This journey allows you to learn about the Sherpa culture and the local way of life. Tengboche is home to the world's oldest Buddhist monastery, which is well-known and maintains numerous religious views. However, the Hotel Everest view journey is short, but you will be rewarded for your efforts. On the other hand, the Hotel Everest view trip is a short hike with plenty of fun and spectacular views of the Himalayas. Another primary tourist site in the Khumbu area is Sagarmatha National Park. This national park is popular with hikers because it allows them to see uncommon Himalayan animals, birds, and vegetation. The beautiful flight to Lukla serves as the starting point for our trip.


  • Q1. Where is the best view of Everest? 

    The highest viewpoint in Nepal, Kala Patthar (also known as Kala Pattar or Kalapatar,  5,164m), is located near Everest Base Camp. It provides the best view of Mount Everest without requiring considerable mountaineering expertise.

  • In terms of difficulty, the hike is classified as Moderate. However, the Everest Base Camp  Trek for Beginners may be a little difficult. The walk, however, can be readily performed with minimal physical and mental fitness.

  • Most places in Nepal do not accept credit cards, therefore they are of limited use. There are ATMs in Kathmandu, and withdrawing rupees can offer you a favorable exchange rate.  ATMs in Kathmandu normally charge a $5 USD service fee in addition to any charges imposed by your bank. These ATMs frequently have a daily maximum of 25,000 rupees  (about $215 USD).


  • On all of our trips, we stay at tea houses. This is the most common type of trekking and consists of simply traveling from teahouse to teahouse. Teahouses are modest hotels in local towns that provide both a place to sleep and home-cooked meals. Rooms are usually shared by two trekkers per room. Bathrooms are often shared, and in the Everest region,  flowing cold water and western-style toilets are standard. Some of the accommodations are 4-star standard till Everest view trek route.


  • The Everest vista trip is the quickest and most scenic method to see the Himalayas. Because the journey concludes with a summit to the Everest view hotel at an elevation of 3962m,  you must check yourself for altitude sickness. Aside from that, the journey is suitable for beginners or trekkers who wish to see the wonders of Mount Everest. 


  • It is totally up to you to hire a guide and a porter. Hiring a professional guide, on the other hand, makes the walk much easier. If you find it difficult to carry your bags and trek, you can hire a porter. Some guides operate as both guides and porters. 


  • Insurance is not required for the EBC hike. However, we strongly advise our trekkers to be insured in case of any unanticipated obstacles during the journey.  

    Having insurance for the journey will protect you from the risks of baggage theft/loss,  medical problems, airline cancellation, and many more. So, before you head to the  Himalayas, get yourself insured.

  • Yes, hot showers are available in the majority of the lodges on the EBC routes, however,  most people do not take showers every day on the Everest view trek. instead, most people take showers only a few times, such as in Namche and Lukla, and the cost of the shower ranges from 300.00 to 600.00 NPR. Elevation may increase the cost.


  • In truth, you do not have to be a mountaineer or an athlete to complete the expedition. You  are always eligible for any trekking in Nepal provided you are reasonably fit, have a spirit  of mountain journey, and enjoy walking. It is a short, easy, and family-friendly hike; no prior expertise is required. Before embarking on the adventure, some physical fitness  programs such as running, swimming, and hiking can help you succeed. 

  • Normally, the duration of your walk is decided by the type and location of your trek.  However, hikers must hike for 5-6 hours per day on this journey. In addition, you will often gain 500m in height per day.

  • Gokyo Ri, a rocky mountain at 5,357 meters above sea level, is Everest's lesser-known and farther-away viewpoint than its more renowned brother Kala Patthar. Everest's vistas are also spectacular, and some say they're even better than Kala Patthar's since you can see more of the surrounding mountains, including three more 8,000-meter peaks: Lhotse, Makalu, and Cho Oyu.

    Pikey Peak (4,065m) provides a vista of Everest and the surrounding mountains that is even further away and hence more expansive. Edmund Hillary, a member of the first expedition to summit Mt. Everest, declared this vista the greatest in Nepal. In addition to Everest, you can see the 8,000-meter giants Dhaulagiri to the west and Kanchenjunga to the east.

    Trekking to Pikey Peak in the lower Everest Region is a highly recommended off-the-beaten-path trip that takes around 6 days. Pikey Peak is also accessible by mountain bike. Tengboche, a prominent Buddhist monastery located 3,867 meters above sea level above the Sherpa capital Namche Bazaar, offers breathtaking views of Ama Dablam, often regarded as the world's most beautiful peak. Tengboche has lodges where you may stay, albeit several were damaged in the 2015 earthquake.


  • East of KTM has two prominent Himalayan viewpoints: Nagarkot and Dhulikhel. Both are set up for views of something like the Himalayas at dusk and sunrise, with plenty of room for an overnight. The pictures are far, and it's tough to make out Everest.

    A mountain flight is a fantastic option, although it is more costly. However, the Buddha personnel will take you up to the aircraft a few times to look out the front so you can see Everest, but it is still a long way away. There's also a direct flight airport to factor in, although it's insignificant compared to the flight's cost. Still, this is possibly the most nuanced view you'll get without putting in much work or spending much money.


  • Everest view trek is a short hike that offers a spectacular view of Everest and a glimpse into Sherpa culture. This journey is suitable for individuals on a short vacation or who wish to view Everest and learn about Sherpa culture without rising too high. Our adventure begins with a breathtaking mountain flight to Lukla, Nepal's busiest mountain airfield at 2800 meters, and the Everest region's entrance. Our Everest view trip continues from Lukla to Namche Bazaar (3440m) through the beautiful greenery of Sagarmatha National Park, with pine woods, rhododendron blooms, and a wealth of animals. To acclimate to higher elevations, a day of recovery is required in Namche.

  • Yes, the Everest view hotel offers a breathtaking view of Everest. This hotel was built to welcome tourists from all over the world to enjoy a 360-degree panorama of the Himalayas, a picture of Mt. Everest from every room, and excellent service. Because of its unrivaled location and experience, a trip to Hotel Everest View is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. It is a journey that a chosen few have done multiple times.

  • During peak season, over 500 people set out on the Everest view trek daily. Even though the trail is less busy at certain times of the year, it is still the most renowned trek. As more people hear about the beautiful route, Gokyo Lakes has risen in popularity, but it's still a great way to avoid the crowd on the main path and immerse yourself in the experience.

    Another significant advantage of the Everest view trek is that it follows the same way up and down as the trek to Everest Base Camp.


  • It is stated that arduous roads lead to lovely places, yet, this might be disappointing for this walk. Although the voyage leads to a tranquil state of mind, several difficulties must be overcome before arriving at the objective. The Everest View Camp is a somewhat challenging trek. Two weeks is usually required for the journey. Even though no prior trekking experience is necessary for the EBC Trek, it is recommended that the trekker be determined and physically fit.

Client Reviews

  • Best Team and reasonable Price

    To travel to Nepal was great luck. I searched for a while on vacation for two weeks before finding this excellent agency. This Mountain Rock Treks handled everything extremely properly and efficiently. Comparing this agency to the competition, I would suggest it because I found other agencies to be more expensive. They treated me with a lot of kindness and understanding. They provided me with excellent service and the lowest cost for all of my seven days of touring. 


    PeterVietnamJuly 04, 2022
  • Enjoyable and memorable Hike

    We just finished the Everest Panorama trek. After extensive investigation, we settled on  Mountain Rock Treks for a number of reasons.

    • Their price is reasonable.
    •  They responded quickly, which saved us time.
    •  Respond to all of our inquiries regarding the vacation.

    Our fantastic guide, Gopal, played a significant role in making the hike enjoyable and memorable for us.

    DarkFinlandJuly 03, 2022
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