Base Camp Trip

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About this tour

The Everest View Trek is an incredible journey that offers stunning vistas of the world’s highest peak, Mount Everest, without the strenuous climb to its summit. This trek is perfect for those who want to experience the beauty of the Everest region and witness its majestic peaks, including Everest, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, and others, while avoiding the more challenging and lengthy routes.

The trek typically starts with a scenic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, followed by a trek through picturesque Sherpa villages like Namche Bazaar, Khumjung, and Tengboche. These villages offer a glimpse into the local culture, traditions, and lifestyle of the Sherpa people.

Everest View Trek
Everest View Trek

The highlight of the Everest View Trek is reaching viewpoints like Everest View Hotel in Syangboche or the Tengboche Monastery, which offer breathtaking panoramas of Everest and its surrounding peaks. The trek usually lasts around 7-10 days, depending on the itinerary and pace, and it’s generally less demanding in terms of altitude and physical exertion compared to longer Everest treks.

The trek allows travelers to immerse themselves in the Himalayan landscape, enjoy the hospitality of the Sherpa community, and witness some of the world’s most awe-inspiring mountain scenery—all without the need for extensive climbing experience or technical skills.

The Everest View Trek holds a special allure for several reasons:

Spectacular Scenery

This trek offers awe-inspiring views of some of the world’s highest peaks, including Mount Everest, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, and others. The vistas are stunning, and the trek allows you to soak in these majestic sights without the extreme physical demands of a full Everest ascent.

Accessible for Various Skill Levels

Unlike more challenging climbs to Everest Base Camp or higher altitudes, the Everest View Trek is accessible to a broader range of trekkers. It’s suitable for those who want to experience the Himalayas without extensive trekking experience or technical climbing skills.

Cultural Immersion

The trek takes you through Sherpa villages like Namche Bazaar, Khumjung, and Tengboche, where you’ll have the chance to interact with local communities, visit monasteries, and gain insight into Sherpa culture and traditions. It’s a fantastic opportunity for cultural exchange and learning.

Moderate Difficulty

While it involves trekking at altitude, the Everest View Trek is less physically demanding than some other treks in the region. This makes it an excellent choice for those seeking a Himalayan adventure without committing to the more intense and extended hikes.

Time Efficiency

For travelers with limited time, the Everest View Trek offers a fulfilling experience in a relatively shorter duration compared to longer expeditions. It allows you to witness the Himalayan splendor in a condensed yet rewarding itinerary.

Iconic Viewing Points

The trek culminates in visits to iconic viewpoints like the Everest View Hotel or Tengboche Monastery. These locations offer panoramic vistas of Everest and its neighboring peaks, providing an unforgettable visual feast.

Overall, the Everest View Trek strikes a balance between adventure, accessibility, cultural immersion, and breathtaking scenery, making it a popular choice for trekkers looking to experience the grandeur of Everest without the demands of a full-scale summit attempt.

Is it different from Everest Base Camp trek ?

Yes, the Everest View Trek and the Everest Base Camp (EBC) Trek differ in various aspects:

Duration and Difficulty

  • Everest View Trek: Generally shorter (around 7-10 days) and less physically demanding. It focuses on reaching viewpoints that offer stunning vistas of Everest without ascending to high altitudes.
  • Everest Base Camp Trek: Longer (around 12-14 days) and more physically challenging. It involves trekking to the Everest Base Camp itself, which sits at an altitude of about 5,364 meters (17,598 feet). This trek demands more endurance and acclimatization due to higher elevations.

Altitude Reached

  • Everest View Trek: Reaches altitudes up to around 3,800 meters (12,500 feet), allowing for breathtaking views of Everest and neighboring peaks without going to the Base Camp.
  • Everest Base Camp Trek: Ascends to higher altitudes, reaching the Everest Base Camp at over 5,000 meters (17,000 feet), providing a close-up encounter with the world’s tallest peak and the surrounding Himalayan landscape.

Route and Itinerary

  • Everest View Trek: Often follows a shorter route, focusing on specific viewpoints like Tengboche, Syangboche, or Khumjung, and doesn’t involve the trek to Everest Base Camp itself.
  • Everest Base Camp Trek: Takes a longer route, passing through various iconic locations such as Namche Bazaar, Tengboche, Dingboche, and Gorak Shep before reaching the Everest Base Camp.

Experience and Intensity

  • Everest View Trek: Offers a more accessible trekking experience suitable for a wider range of skill levels, with less physical strain and time commitment.
  • Everest Base Camp Trek: Is more challenging both physically and in terms of duration, requiring better fitness levels and a longer time commitment. It’s a more immersive journey into the heart of the Khumbu region.

Both treks showcase the beauty of the Everest region but cater to different preferences and trekking capabilities. The Everest View Trek focuses on scenic viewpoints, cultural experiences, and a shorter duration, while the Everest Base Camp Trek is a more intensive and comprehensive adventure to the base of the world’s highest peak.

Is Everest View Trek trek hard?

The Everest View Trek is considered moderately challenging compared to more strenuous treks in the Everest region. Here’s why:


While it doesn’t reach the extreme altitudes of treks like the Everest Base Camp or higher peaks, it still involves trekking to elevations around 3,800 meters (12,500 feet). Altitude can affect individuals differently, so acclimatization stops are crucial to allow your body to adjust gradually.


The trek involves ascending and descending trails, sometimes steep, with varying terrain—ranging from forested paths to rocky sections and occasional suspension bridges. While it’s not as technically demanding as climbs to higher altitudes, it still requires a decent level of fitness and stamina.


The trek typically spans around 7-10 days, covering moderate distances each day. While this duration is shorter compared to longer treks in the region, consistent walking for multiple days at altitude can be physically demanding for some.


Proper acclimatization is essential to prevent altitude-related issues. Itineraries often include rest days in places like Namche Bazaar to help your body adjust to the increasing altitude. These breaks are crucial for minimizing the risk of altitude sickness.

Moderate Trekking Experience

The trek is suitable for various skill levels, but prior trekking experience and a reasonable level of fitness can enhance your enjoyment and comfort. Regular walking or hiking before the trek can help prepare your body for the demands of the trail.

Overall, while the Everest View Trek is considered moderate in difficulty compared to more intense expeditions in the Everest region, it still requires preparation, including physical conditioning and an understanding of the potential challenges associated with trekking at altitude. With proper preparation, it can be an immensely rewarding and achievable adventure for many trekkers.

The Everest View Trek offers a captivating journey through the stunning landscapes of the Everest region, providing breathtaking views of Everest and neighboring peaks. Here’s a summary:

Accessibility and Beauty

  • Accessible to a broader range of trekkers, offering mesmerizing vistas of Everest, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, and more without the extreme physical demands of a full Everest ascent.
  • Spectacular scenery and iconic viewpoints like Tengboche or Syangboche offer unforgettable panoramas of the Himalayas.

Moderate Challenge

  • Moderately challenging trek with altitudes reaching around 3,800 meters (12,500 feet). While it’s not as strenuous as higher-altitude treks, it still requires a decent level of fitness and stamina.

Cultural Experience

  • Provides opportunities to immerse yourself in Sherpa culture, visiting villages like Namche Bazaar and monasteries along the way, offering insights into the local way of life.

Time Efficiency

  • Shorter duration (around 7-10 days) compared to longer treks in the region, making it a great option for travelers with limited time.


  • Adequate physical conditioning, prior trekking experience, and attention to acclimatization are key to ensuring a safe and enjoyable trekking experience.

Overall, the Everest View Trek strikes a balance between accessibility, stunning scenery, cultural immersion, and a moderate level of challenge, making it an excellent choice for trekkers seeking an unforgettable Himalayan adventure without committing to the more demanding climbs to Everest Base Camp or higher altitude

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  • Mesmerising View of World’s Highest Mt. Everest 8848
  • Stunning Views of Many Ice Peak Mountains in Everest Region
  • Kallapathar Majestic Viewpoint
  • Nepal Biggest Khumbu & Longest Ngozumpa Glaciers
  • Hillary Suspension Bridge
  • Namchebazar the Sherpa Capital & Tengboche Monastery
  • Sagarmatha National Park & Biodiversities of Flora & Fauna in Everest Regions
  • Traditional Sherpa Villages, Culture, Traditions and Hospitality


  • Hotel Accomodation (Shared Room for Minimum 2 Pax and Single Room for Private Trip) in Kathmandu & in Tea Houses as per Itinerary
  • All clean Standard Teahouses (Shared Room for Minimum 2 Pax and Single Room for Private Trip) in Lukla, Phakding, Namchebazzar, Tengboche, Dingboche, Lobuche, Gorakshep as per Package booked
  • Overland transport from Kathmandu to Ramechap (both ways)
  • Flight Ticket from Ramechap to Lukla (both ways)
  • Meals 3 x a day as per mentioned in Itinerary
  • Company Duffle Bag to lend for trekking
  • Sleeping Bag to lend for trekking
  • Seasonal Fruits during trekking
  • Professional Experienced Licensed English Speaking Guide
  • Porter (1 Porter for 2 People with maximum luggage 25 kgs)
  • Sagarmatha National Park Trekking Permit & Government Tax
  • Nepal Visa Online Application Service
  • Emergency Evacuation Management / Service by Horse or Helicopter
  • Farewell Dinner before Departure
  • Official Trekking Certificate from our Company
  • Flight ticket to Nepal & Travel Insurance
  • Tourist Visa On Arrival Fee --> 15 Days = USD 30, 30 Days = USD 50
  • Tips for Guide & Porter
  • Extra Accommodation which is caused by your early arrival or late departure other than the trek date, and if you are back to Kathmandu early from the trek due to any problem or rescue (other personal reasons).
  • Extra Airport transfer cost if you have to return back from Kathmandu/Ramechap airport to hotel again and again go to Lukla airport because of weather problem (flight cancellation).
  • Horse Rent / Helicopter Cost/Expenses for Emergency Evacuation or Personal Request
  • Personal Expenses for trekking such as mountain gear or equipments, shopping, wifi/nepal simcard, phone/battery charge, hot water/shower, extra personal meals, drinks (mineral water), snacks, laundry etc
  • Other Personal Expenses which are not included in the above facilities.


Day 01 : Arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu (1,400 m) and transfer to hotel.

You'll arrive in Kathmandu, Nepal, and be transferred to your hotel to settle in and rest before the adventure begins.

An early start! You'll either take a short, scenic flight to Lukla (if weather permits) or opt for a longer drive to Manthali/Ramechhap followed by a quick flight to Lukla. Upon arrival, the trek begins towards Phakding, a 3-4 hour walk, allowing you to acclimatize slowly.

Day 03 : Trek to Namche Bazaar (3,440 m) from Phakding – 5 to 6 hours. Overnight at a guesthouse.

Trekking continues to Namche Bazaar, a vibrant Sherpa town. The journey takes around 5-6 hours and offers incredible views along the Dudh Koshi River.

Day 04 : Day 04 : Acclimatization Day at Namche Bazaar. Hike to Hotel Everest View Hotel (3,880 m) and back. Overnight at a Guesthouse.

This day is crucial for acclimatization. A hike to the Everest View Hotel provides breathtaking panoramas of Everest, Lhotse, and Ama Dablam. Rest and acclimate in Namche Bazaar after the hike.

Day 05 : Trek to Tengboche (3,860 m) – 5 to 6 hours. Overnight at a Guesthouse.

Trekking to Tengboche takes you through rhododendron forests and brings you to the famous Tengboche Monastery, surrounded by stunning mountain vistas.

Day 06 : Trek Back to Namche Bazaar (3,440 m) – 4 to 5 hrs. Overnight at a Guesthouse.

You'll retrace your steps back to Namche Bazaar, enjoying familiar views and giving your body more time to acclimate to the altitude.

Day 07 : Trek to Lukla (2,840 m) – 6 to 7 hrs. Overnight at a Guesthouse.

Heading back towards Lukla, you'll relish the last moments in the mountains, taking in the landscapes and reflecting on the journey.

Day 08 : Flight Back to Kathmandu or Manthali/Ramechhap and same-day 5 to 6 hours drive back to Kathmandu from Lukla. Overnight at a hotel in Kathmandu.

Flight back to Kathmandu or alternatively via Manthali/Ramechhap, followed by a drive back to Kathmandu. This day allows you to relax, reminisce about the trek, and enjoy Kathmandu's vibrant culture.

Day 09 : Transfer to the International Airport for Your Final Flight Depature.

Your final day involves transferring to the International Airport for your departure, bidding farewell to Nepal with memories of the breathtaking Himalayas.


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