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Type: Trekking

7 Days

Group size: 1-10


Dreams about Mr. Everest but time shortage or not sure that you are ready to commit to a long trek? Everest View might be just perfect for you to feel a taste of life in the mountains and enjoy a cup of hot masala tea with spectacular view of the legendary snow-white mountain in front of your eyes.



➡ Majestic view of legendary Everest (8848m) and it's brother Lhotse (8516m) and the jewel of the Khumbu, Ama Dablam (6812m).

➡ Sherpa village in high mountain valleys

➡ Hot cup of Masala tea in Everest View Hotel.


DAY 1: Kathmandu Arrival

Arrival at Tribuwan International Airport, we will pick you up from airport then transfer to hotel in Thamel, Kathmandu. Short dicussion on trekking then take a rest in hotel.

Day 2: Kathmandu-Lukla (2,840m) by flight then trek toward Phakding (2,610m)

Flight over mountain to Lukla take 40 minutes. Here we will meet our trekking crews, have breakfast then pack and finish arrangements, we head north, descending to the Dudh Kosi river, pass a small settlement called Chopling after 1½ hrs and cross a tributary with a beautiful peak towards its head. We reach Phakding after 3 hours walk from Lukla.

Day 3: Phakding - Namche Bazaar (3,440m)

From Phakding, the trail continues up north to Monjo where we meet the entrance of Sagarmatha National park. Ascending through pine forest we reach Sherpa capital city of Namche Bazzar where we plan to stay 2 nights for acclimatization.

Day 4: Rest day  in Namche Bazaar

Pack breakfast from hotel to catch the first sunrise over mountain on the way to Everest View Hotel. There you can stop for tea and enjoy the mountain view of AmaDablam (6,856), Lhotse (8,516) and others. Decending to Khumjung village where sir Edmund Hillary (first climber submit Everest) contribute to build school named after him. On the way back to Namche Bazzar you will pass Syangboche village where the highest airport in the world located. Start at 4:00AM you can be able to be back to Namche Bazaar.

Day 5: Namche Bazaar - Lukla (2,840m)

Going down through pine forest then cross the famous bridge with flags flying under the wind. The trail then slightly down to Monjo, Phakding then up to Lukla.

Day 6: Flight Lukla - Kathmandu

Take early morning flight back to Kathmandu, have a free shopping time before summarize the trip with farewell dinner with Nepalese traditional food in restaurant.

Day 7: Kathmandu

Kathmandu free time before the flight back.




On trekking we will be hiking 2–8 hours per day and some day ascents/descents on steep mountainous terrain at elevations ranging from 2,500m to a maximum of 3,800m. Some days will be rest days with optional hikes to properly acclimatize

Maximum Elevation

Everest View Hotel at elevation 3,800m



Autumn and Spring

Autumn (Sep-Nov) bring outstanding views. Spring (Mar-May) with flowers blooming and climbers on their busiest activities.

Lower season

Winter (Dec-Feb) less busy. Monsoon (Jun-Aug) have rain but plants and flowers are at their growing peak.



Dudh Kosi river flowing inside Sagarmatha National Park. Photo by Giang Hoang.

Dudh Kosi river flowing inside Sagarmatha National Park. Photo by Giang Hoang.

Enjoy a cup of hot masala tea in Everest View hotel.

Enjoy a cup of hot masala tea in Everest View hotel.




Arrival transfer, internal flights, transport between destinations.


Twin deluxe room in Kathmandu with breakfast, lodge/tea house on trekking


3 times meals a day (breakfast, lunch, dinner), 2 times tea (breakfast, dinner) in trekking, 1 farewell dinner in Kathmandu.

Travel Logistics

Porters will transport our gears. Participants should be in good health.

Plane, private vehicle.


TIMS and Sagarmatha National Park



Personal tips and additional expenses

International Airfare


Nepal On-Arrival Visa fee (US$ 25/40/90 per person for 15/30/90 days)

Entrance fees

Entrance fees to temples and sites in Kathmandu


Travel Insurance and medical evacuation in case of emergency