Everest Region, TrekkingModerate

Everest View Trek

Based on 5 Reviews

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Quick Inquiry
  • Destination:Nepal
  • Trip Grade:Moderate
  • Max Elevation:3,870 m
  • Total Duration:7
  • Geography:Mountain/Forest/ Village
  • Religions:Buddhism
  • Ethnic People:Sherpa/Rai
  • Transportation :Private Vehicle/Flights/Tourist Bus

This 7 Day Everest View Trek manifest the adventurous spirit of the Himalayas and gives you a fantastic and awe-inspiring panorama view of Everest that lies in the Everest region of Solukhumbu district. It is a perfect short and sweet trek to enjoy the spectacular beauty of the mountains like Mt. Everest (8848mt.), Mt. Amadablam, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Thamserku, and Mt. Nuptse.

Everest View Trek is every short trekker’s dream who are busy with their lives and have a short time period to travel. This trek is the best way to get the experience of Everest region within a limited time. Not only this trek provides the glimpse of world’s highest peak Mount Everest but also designed for those who want to experience traditional Sherpa culture community.

It also gives an opportunity to learn and look closely at Sherpa cultures and traditions.

It is also ideal for every newcomer trekkers as well as to those who want to experience the view of Everest without having to trek at high altitude. This trek is also known as Trek to Tengboche Monastery which is the largest and most renowned monastery of Khumbu region situated at 3,867 m that gives the magnificent attractiveness view of the Everest Himalayan range. This trek also offers to learn about the Tibetan Buddhist culture which can be seen on the prayer flags, Chortens. The perfect mixture of Sherpa Tibetan culture and beauty of nature is definitely the main feature of this Everest view trek.

Independent Trekking Guides Adventure, as being one of the reputed and preferable organizations by many trekkers from all around the world, we feel highly responsible to make sure that our clients have the best Himalayan range experience keeping safety in mind. We ensure our clients get the decent accommodation in overnight stays with a-one transportation facilities. We provide our clients with the best trekking services so they can have full enjoyable and unforgettable experience.

Outline Itinerary

  • Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu (1,350m/4,428ft)
  • Day 2: Fly to Lukla, trek to Phakding (2,651m/8,700ft): 3 - 4 hours trek
  • Day 3: Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3,438m/11,280 ft.): 5 – 6 hours
  • Day 4: Namche Bazaar to Khumjung (3,810 m/12500 ft): 4 hours
  • Day 5: Khumjung to Tengboche (3,870m/12694ft): 4 - 5 hours
  • Day 6: Fly to Kathmandu from Lukla
  • Day 7: Final departure
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Detail Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu (1,350m/4,428ft)

Upon your arrival, you will be picked up at Tribhuvan International Airport and escorted to your hotel. Overnight at hotel in Kathmandu.

Day 2: Fly to Lukla, trek to Phakding (2,651m/8,700ft): 3 - 4 hours trek

We take a 35 minutes flight to Lukla enjoying high mountain peaks which is one of the most amazing and lifetime experience air route in itself. We then trek for 3-4 hrs until we reach Phakding. Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 3: Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3,438m/11,280 ft.): 5 – 6 hours

We will begin our first-day full hiking about 5-6 hrs to the Namche bazar via a trail of chorale through the Dudh Koshi River. We get to enjoy the beautiful panoramic view of snowcapped mountains such as Kusum Kanguru (6369m), Thamserku (6623m) etc., and pine forest. Overnight Stay at the lodge.

Day 4: Namche Bazaar to Khumjung (3,810 m/12500 ft): 4 hours

We trek for 4 hours to Khumjung enjoying the scenic beauty of mountains. Khumjung is the beautiful traditional and cultural Sherpa village surrounded by Kondge, Thamserku and Khumbila mountains. We also explore the Edmund Hillary School and Khumjung monastery which is believed to have a yeti scalp. Overnight in Khumjung.

Day 5: Khumjung to Tengboche (3,870m/12694ft): 4 - 5 hours

We climb through the trail Dudh Koshi River and passing through beautiful villages. Then we climb up through a forest trail to Tengboche village. Tengboche is the largest and popular monastery of Khumbu region where we get to enjoy the panoramic view of different mountains. Overnight stay at Tengboche.

Day 6: Fly to Kathmandu from Lukla

We take an early morning flight and return back to Kathmandu experiencing the same scenic beauty. Overnight at hotel.

Day 7: Final departure

Our team will drop you at Tribhuvan International Airport 3 hours before scheduled flight hoping to see you again.

Flexible local company

Great locally based company. Flexible and able to cater for couples through to larger groups. Have used them for Annapurna and for Everest/Gokyo lakes treks as well as around Kathmandu. Will even sort out Kathmandu hotels and airport pick up etc as well as cultural tours

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Darrell M,

Great organisation and network in Nepal

Jagat and his team were top notch with organising our trek, transfers and accommodation both in Kathmandu and on the Everest trek. Our guide Gopi and porters were excellent especially when I had to come down early due to altitude sickness. My other two friends are still up there doing the Island Peak climb. Jagat has a strong network in both Kathmandu and on the Everest trail so things can be organised easily.
I strongly recommend you use Independent Trekking Guide Cooperative

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Dave NZ,

Family trek with small children in Langtang valley

We spent a week in the Langtang valley with Chet and his team. We did a 7-day trek with our 3 children aged 6, 4 and 1 years old. Everything went very smoothly thanks to the professionalism of the team. Chet and Jagat welcomed us at the airport and took care of us up until the very last day. The tea houses along the trek were carefully selected with good food and no food poisoning. Chet has been a very kind, attentive guide. The 2 porters were also incredibly kind and helpful. The children loved it! We will certainly use this organisation when we go back next time.

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James W,

BADASS !! Manaslu Circuit 2023

My friend and I’s first time in this wildly beautiful country was made into the most incredible experience by the people at Independent Trekking Guides Co-op. From the first few emails to arriving in Kathmandu, all along the journey until our parting we were taken care of in all ways and beyond. The organization, communication, attentiveness, and flexibility were top notch. Seamless from the very beginning, even when plans change, inevitably. Perhaps most importantly they possess a kindness and presence that is uniquely Nepali and brought a depth and sweetness to our experience that is hard to put into words. Thank you Gopi, our guide, for bringing us through the mountains and for your immense knowledge, humour, heart and focus over the 2 weeks we spent together, suffering and triumphing moment to moment. Chandra, our porter, thank you for your warmth, your spirit, and absolute beast mode strength that I will revere and talk about as long as I live. Gopi and Chandra enriched our experience and perspective of Nepal and it’s people, landscapes and ways that are entirely unique and both astounding and inspiring. We very much became a unit together in our own way and worked together till the very end. I will never forget coming down off the Larkya La pass and sledding down the snow together (trying not to fly off the side) after a gruelling journey and the bliss that brought us to laugh and be silly. Jagat, thank you for your commitment to excellence in providing people from around the world with such an immensely wonderful experience of your country and to your own people through the same love and care you pour into your community. I absolutely cannot recommend Independent Trekking Guides Co-op of Nepal more… they are it and they are doing it right. The value, depth, connection to the culture and land, and commitment to safety and experience is unlike any other tour company out there. Time in Nepal changes your life in many subtle and huge ways, some that I have yet to know or understand myself and I look forward to coming back for more, and I will be journeying with none other than these guys. Much love to Jagat, Gopi and Chandra, and everyone else we encountered along the way. Till next time. - Laura & Abbie

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Laura D,

Blast!

We had a blast! Guides were so caring and hospitable! They worked very hard to ensure we have a great experience in Kathmandu and on the trek. Would love to go on another adventure with them!

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Daria M,

Best team I have seen

This is my fourth expedition with Independent Trekking Guides, and each one gets better! Our team of 20 travelled the Tamang Heritage Trek as well as the Langtang trek, climbing Yala Peak as the high point. Chet was our lead guide, and was exceptional. No food/water-born illnesses on the trek, which is a credit to the attention to detail that the ITG cooks paid to each meal. At base camp, incredible energy was put into chopping ice and melting it for drinking and cooking. The cooks created amazing meals at our high camp as well. The ITG staff is the most friendly, considerate, and knowledgeable team I have seen in Nepal. Highly recommend

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Les,

Excellent guide service!

Jagat and his team were amazing to work with. This was the second trek that I've been on with them, and I can't say enough good about the experience. If you are planning a trek in Nepal, I would definitely recommend this outfit. Very professional and friendly. Previously we used them as a guide service for the Poon Hill trek. This year we did the Helambu trek. We booked the Helambu trek several months in advance, but the week of the trek the area received significant snowfall. The guides safely led our party through the trek with no injuries. We also had a wonderful Jeep tour on the way back to Kathmandu. It was a great experience working with them!

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jimjohnston577,

Highly Recommend

People heading to trek in Nepal typically do so to see and experience the magnificent mountains. Many. However, end up discovering Nepal’s greater gem – her people. Their warmth, hospitality and cheerful smiles are unmatched anywhere in the world, in my opinion. And Jagat Lama and his team at Nepal Independent Trekking Guides exemplifies this like no other. Of the 13 trips I have made to Nepal so far, I’ve spent time on 11 of them with Jagat, Chet, Chandra and many others within the cooperative. I consider them among my most cherished friends. As far as leading treks, I wholeheartedly endorse them. They are masters of organization and maintain an unparalleled network of porters and guides. Your safety is their prime concern. They offer flexibility and freedom you won’t find in many, if any, other Nepali outfitters. You’ll never be herded like cattle on tight schedules, forced to push ahead at a pace you’re not comfortable with. They know exactly how to make your trek as outstanding as it can possible be – perfect for you and your companions. They will open a window for you into the most wonderful people, sights, tastes and experiences authentic Nepal has to offer. I highly recommend them.

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Jim Haun,

A very different trekking company

Even though I never had the great pleasure of trekking with Jagat Lama or any other of his team, I know some friends who have and were utterly pleased.

I met Jagat Lama 9 years ago or so and try to see him every time I come to Nepal which is almost every year. He's always been of great service for anything I needed his help or advice for, took time off his over busy schedule with a smile, and is just a delightful person to be with, speaking excellent English, being always polite, kind and cheerful.
2 years ago he helped organise a trek to Mustang for my son and myself.

By the way, Jagat Lama has started out as a porter at a very young age and this is probably the toughest job in the world, having to carry weights sometimes up to 80 kgs, having to deal with high altitude, bitter cold and fatigue, eating poorly in order to save money for their families, getting very low salaries ; such is the tough life of a porter. But Jagat Lama had great vision and talent.

So after many years of extremely hard work and thanks to his capacity of having learned English so quickly , Jagat Lama then became a guide taking groups or individual clients all over Nepal. His kindness and proficiency earned him a lot of sympathy and faithful clients coming back year after year.

But having experienced himself the hardships as a porter, who very often are ruthlessly exploited demanding them to carry maximum weight, Jagat one day decided that this was enough. He thus created his own Trekking Guide Cooperative working only with locals and making sure that they were treated correctly concerning weights and salaries as well as ensuring them decent conditions during the trek!

This makes his company stand apart from many other mostly profit oriented companies, a lot of which are foreign.
And in his spare time, which means Jagat Lama has hardly ever a moment for himself, he goes to his native mountain village Kumari, but the many extraordinary achievements Jagat Lama achieved there, are too long to explain here. But you might want to check it out: "healthanded4nepal.org"
There you will find out how Jagat Lama struggled all his life to help his remote mountain village Kumari, creating the first school and hospital which were sadly destroyed during the devastating earthquakes in 2015. But instead of moaning and giving up, Jagat just rebuilt everything!!! Yes!! It's truly impressive when you learn about his his story and I'm deeply honoured to have such a compassionate and humble human being as my friend.

By the way, you must check out his Kumari coffeee shop not far from Swayambhunath temple, the best coffee (organic of course) of the whole valley!!!

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sasssi,

Totally tailored to my needs and so well looked after

This is the real deal. It is the best collection of independent, authentic and experienced Nepalese trekking guides. Jagat met me at my hotel and organised for me to be accompanied by Gopi Lama for a 6 day trek in the Annapurna region. We could stop or go slow whenever I liked and he always got me the best rooms in the guest houses. He was knowledgeable, spoke great english and was great company. And the route we took matched all my requirements to see the best views but not too much climbing at my age of 65. Highly recommended. And not expensive.

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john c,

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