Blossom Expeditions

Everest Panorama Trekking

This trek is known as Everest Panorama Trekking in lower Everest region and this 8 days trip comprises excellent trekking trail leading through the largest Sherpa villages Monzo at the entrance of Sagarmatha National Park, Namche Bazzar the gateway to the top of the world and Khumjung the largest village of the region. These villages are both the view points to see sky soaring Himalayan Peaks and spiritual centers to observe the Buddhism guided life and culture of local Sherpa people. The famous Tyengboche monastery situated at 3863mtr is the main religious center of entire Khumbu region and last destination of our trek, from where you can see outstanding Mountains view including Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Amadablam, Thamserku, Kang Tega, Khumbi  Yullha and other Peaks.

Trip Facts

Trip Grade:
Mild to Moderate
Max. Elevation:
4200m.
Starts Point:
Lukla
Ends Point:
Lukla
Trip Duration:
13 days
Trek Duration:
8
Max. Group Size:
10
Season:
Sep to May
Accommodation:
Fully Tea House
Trip Deadline:
15-October-2017

Fixed Departure Dates

Starting Date Trip Duration Single Suplementary Cost Per Person Trip Deposit Availability
2017-12-15 08 days $ 100 each $1315 each $400 Book Now
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Days Program
01 15th Dec, 2017 Arrival at Kathmandu Tribhuvan International Airport and transfer you to your hotel  (1300 m)
02 16th Dec, 2017 Trip preparation day and half day sightseeing to Kathmndu darbar square
03 17th Dec, 2017 Today early in the morning fly to Lukla (2800 m) and trek to Phakding (2645 m) Time 3-4 hours
04 18th  Dec, 2017 Trek to Namche Bazaar (3420 m) Time 6-7 hours
05 19th  Dec, 2017 Acclimatization day, a short day hike to Thamo (3490 m)  Time 4-5 hours
06 20th Dec, 2017 Trek to Tyengboche (3870 m) Time 5-6 hours
07 21st Dec, 2017 Day hike to view point Time 4-5 hours 
08 22nd Dec, 2017 Trek to Khumjung (3770 m) Time 4-5 hours
09 23rd Dec, 2017 Trek to Phakding (2645 m) Time 6-7 hours
10 24th  Dec, 2017 Trek to Lukla (2800 m)Time 3-4 hours Over night at guest house. Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
11 25th  Dec, 2017 Today in the morning we fly back to Kathmandu 
12 26th  Dec, 2017 Kathmandu sightseeing (Swayambhunath Stupa, Boudhanath Stupa, Pashupatinath Temple and Patan Durbar Square) Time 6-7 hours
13 27th  Dec, 2017 Departure to Home

Cost Includes

  • Four night Accommodations in Kathmandu at three star standard hotel including Breakfast
  • Three time food (breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) with hot drinks During the Trekking
  • Accommodation during the trip on shearing basis
  • Guide, assistant guide and porter’s wages, food, accommodation and insurance on Trekking.
  • Air fare both way KTM-Lukla and Lukla-KTM
  • Air fare for guide and assistant guide both way KTM-Lukla and Lukla-KTM
  • National Park and TIMS cards Fee
  • Domestic airport tax
  • Airport Transport
  • Guide and transport for city sightseeing in Kathmandu
  • Entrance fee for city sightseeing

Cost Excludes

  • Cold and hard drink and water
  • Food in KTM 
  • Travel insurance emergency evacuation and personal medical expenses.
  • Any donation along the trail and anything that not mentioned above


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  1. Food: Tea houses are run by family most of the trekking areas. They offer the menu with diverse of western and local foods like Dal Bhat, Yak Steak and many items from Potato. Most Lodge owners have been in the business for a long time and have mastered knowledge in preparing food under less then ideal conditions! They use fresh vegetables, whenever they can bring from the low-lying villages or from Kathmandu as well as pre-packed products. The milk along the trail is powder milk (added with water), always asks hot milk and avoids any raw food or vegetable, fresh salad or fresh fruit salad; unless they have been soaked in iodine water or your hand is clean enough.
  2. Water: You can fill directly from tap and use Iodine tablet or any other water purification tablets and Steripen. You can buy the boiled water from tea house in the evening, morning or afternoon and no need to use any purification tablet. Please don't drink water directly from Tap or from Jar and stream, which may cause your stomach problem. Please remember; before you buying bottled water don't forget to see expire date.
  3. Accommodations: On the trail, usually you will have double room with separate bed. Usually rooms are small. But plenty of space for you to move around and form Matters with clean bed sit and most lodges have warm dining with centrally heated chimney to keep you warm in the evening. Lodge owner always gives door luck. Don't leave the room without luck.
  4. First Aid Kit and Medical Facility: Each of you should have own first aid kit with some general medicine that you know or prescribed by your doctor. Please don't forget to take your medication for whole trip. If you stop taking your medication or if you will not have full course medication, that you are taking, it may create trouble for you on the trek. I do have First Aid Kit with general medicine for emergency and share with everyone including porters.

    There is hospital in Lukla newly build for general treatment, at Namche has health post for local and small medical store, where they give very basic advice and sale some mediation too. Khunde hospitals at Khunde build by sir Edmond Hillary provides basic surgery and all the basic treatment for local and trekkers. Every year hundreds of trekkers visit this hospital during their trip, especially those who suffer from AMS.
  5. Preparations: You don't have to be a mountaineer or athletic to come to Nepal. As long as you are in good physical shape or reasonably fit, you do not require big hiking experience for short treks. The time you put into physical training before you come to this trip definitely be rewarded. Every day at least an hour jugging and climb the stairs will help you a lot.
  6. Weather: Weather in autumn season usually provides settled weather with excellent views. It gets cloudy towards the end of December leading up to the winter season. Usually in the morning sky is clear and provides magnificent view and late afternoon gets cloudy is common in mountain valley. During the day temperature will be warm and you may feel sweaty mid day in lower section of trek. But when we cross above 3000m temperature drops a lot especially at night. Around Namche, Tyengboche and Khumjung will be -5 to 10C˚ outside room and during the day time will be warm in sunny day.
  7. Communication: Now in Everest region, most places have telephone service and Lukla and throughout the trip your cell phone will receive network signal, if the weather is stable. Lukla, Namche, Khumjung and Tyengboche available internet access too.
  8. Flight: During the pick season more then 50 flights happen at Lukla by different Airline and more then 500 people do up and down every day. But it depends on the weather condition. Often flight gets canceled due to weather. Each flight takes 25-35m depending on which airline you are. The half an hour flight is adventure too. The planes fly over the hills and close to some of snow capped mountains. Left hand side to Lakla and right hand side to KTM is best view of Mountains.
  9. Payments: We require a 15% deposit of the total trip cost two months before your trip start to confirm your reservation. The remainder of the payment must be made on your arrival in Kathmandu.
  10. Travel Insurance Policy: You must have travel insurance to trek in Nepal and that should cover helicopter evacuation as well as medical treatment. Travel insurance is very reasonable and a great value. Evacuation by helicopter is very expensive and prices are rising steeply. A typical evacuation costs U.S. $7500 minimum and the money must be deposited before the chopper leaves Kathmandu. For your safety and peace of mind make sure you buy insurance and give us a copy of your policy before heading out on your trek.

    We are committed on the Welfare of our staff from trip Leaders / Guides, Assistance Guide, Cooks and Porters. We ensure good wages, provident fund, proper insurance and clothing needed for all staff including porters. They are our backbone of adventure industry in Nepal.