Overview

The Everest Panorama Trek explores the Everest or Khumbu Region to the northeastern side of Nepal. The trekkers go through the Sherpa settlements of Namche, Phakding, and Tengboche on the journey. The trekkers can also see Sherpa's lifestyle and culture throughout the trek. Furthermore, this trek shows the influence of Buddhism in the lives of people. Trekkers can easily see this by visiting the ancient monasteries at Tengboche and Khumjung villages. Sherpa people also offer warm hospitality to the trekkers on the trip.

The Everest Panorama Trek starts after your arrival in Kathmandu. Kathmandu is the lowest altitude on the trek at 1300 meters. As we move forward, the trail reaches the maximum altitude of 3860 meters at Tengboche village. Trekkers might also need to walk along challenging trails on the trek. On average, trekkers will have to walk around 7 hours a day. So, trekkers should be in good physical condition for the trek. Due to the high altitude, the climate is very cold and trekkers need to wear warm clothing. Similarly, trekkers can also choose other treks in the Everest region as well. Everest Base Camp Trek, Everest High Passes Trek, and Gokyo Lakes Trek are the best treks. September to November (autumn) is the best month to do the Everest Panorama Trek.

Eternal Himalaya is one of the biggest names in Nepali tourism. As such, we provide quality services on all our trips. Our guides and porters for the Everest Panorama Trek and other Everest treks are highly experienced as well. Above all, we ensure you a safe traveling experience.

Highlights

  • Experience the Sherpa culture and traditions up close
  • Trek on the wondrous landscapes of the Everest National Park
  • Witness wonderful views of the mountains like Mount Everest (8848m), Ama Dablam (6856m), and Nuptse (7861m)
  • Explore the Sagarmatha National Park and enjoy the scenic beauty

Itinerary

Expand AllCollapse All
Day 1:Arrival in Kathmandu

You arrive at Kathmandu to our warmest welcomes. A company representative will lead you to your hotel. If you have any queries about the trip, then please let us know so we can clear them out today. After reaching your hotel have a soulful rest and explore around.

  • Accommodation 3 Star Hotel
  • MealsWelcome Dinner
  • Maximum Altitude1,300m

The first day of the trip will begin from Lukla. After breakfast, we will be heading for Lukla from Kathmandu on a 45-minute flight. After landing in Lukla our trek begins. The route to Phakding is pleasant and you can see locals going about their daily chores. You will also notice Kusum Khangkaru (6367m) your first taste of mountain views on the trek. 

  • Accommodation Guest House, Lodge
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Maximum Altitude2,610m

From Phakding, the route will lead you through forests rich in Himalayan flora and fauna. You may also notice wild animals exclusive to this region such as the Rhesus monkeys. As you near the last part of the trek, you will also be officially entering the Sagarmatha National Park. The last stretch up to Namche is challenging and pretty steep. You will need to climb 2 hours up a hill to finally arrive at Namche Bazaar. 

  • Accommodation Guest House, Lodge
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Maximum Altitude3440m

Namche is a beautiful and sprawling market town of the Himalayas. For acclimatization, you have many options today as many routes lead out of Namche. It's notably a good idea to hike towards the Sherpa villages of Khumjung and Khunde or the ridge of Syangboche to Everest View Hotel. All these places provide wonderful views of Mt. Everest (8848m) and Ama Dablam (6856m). 

  • Accommodation Guest House, Lodge
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Maximum Altitude3440m

You will be traveling along the same trail as your acclimatization day up to Khumjung. From Khumjung, we head to Mong village and cross the Mong La Pass at 3970m. You can have lunch at Mong before making a descent to Phortse. Phortse is a small village situated on the banks of both the Dudh Koshi and the Imja River. The village is surrounded by forests and the mountains beyond.

  • Accommodation Guest House, Lodge
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Maximum Altitude3600m

All throughout the trek, you will be exchanging views of Kangtega, Thamserku, and Ama Dablam ranges. There is a newly made route that can take you directly from Phortse to Tengboche but we will take the traditional longer route around from Pangboche. Pangboche has the oldest monastery in the Khumbu region. You can have Lunch at Pangboche then head to Tengboche. Here, you can visit the biggest monastery in the Everest region. 

  • Accommodation Guest House, Lodge
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Maximum Altitude3,850m

After hearing the morning prayers and witnessing a wonderful sunrise view of Mt. Everest (8848m), Lhotse (8516m), and Ama Dablam (6856m), we head out to Khumjung. We trek along the southern bank of the Imja River down to Phunke Tenga where the Imja River meets with the Dudh Koshi. We pass the settlements of Tashinga and Sanasa before arriving at the small village of Khyangjuma. 

  • Accommodation Guest House, Lodge
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Maximum Altitude3,900m

The trek from Khumjung to Phakding will be a lengthy one with a long descent. We begin early in the morning and arrive at Namche. After lunch, we will continue down the Dudh Koshi Valley, through several suspension bridges. We exit the national park at Monjo and continue along with the Rhododendron, Cedar, and Magnolia trees. After crossing the Dudh Koshi, we will follow the route down to Phakding. 

  • Accommodation Guest House, Lodge
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch & Dinner

The trek from Phakding to Lukla takes place on relatively level grounds. You will notice many Mules and Yaks carrying luggage for the travelers who have just made their way to Lukla. Traders will also be traveling with you along this road. After arriving at Lukla, you will spend the evening resting at Lukla village.

  • Accommodation Guest House, Lodge
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Maximum Altitude2,840m

The flight from Lukla to Kathmandu is your second go at the picturesque flight you had at the beginning of the trek. You will bid farewell to the mountains in the Everest range along with the Sherpa culture. You will have a free day where you can spend time relaxing or resting or go around town shopping or exploring.  

  • Accommodation 3 Star Hotel
  • MealsBreakfast
  • Maximum Altitude1300m

Today will be your other free day at Kathmandu where you may visit any places of interest you have on your own. There are many places to visit in close proximity to the valley. You can shop wonderful handcrafted souvenirs such as handicrafts and Textiles. You may also try out the more refined Nepali cuisine which you may have been craving after a trek with simple meals. Be back at the hotel for the Farewell dinner we will host for you. 

  • Accommodation 3 Star Hotel
  • MealsBreakfast
  • Maximum Altitude1300m

A company representative will help collect your luggage then accompany you to the airport. We bid farewell today, and after completing your formalities at the airport you should be heading towards home. We part ways hoping our paths cross again and that we did a good job. 

  • MealsBreakfast

Cost Details

  • Airport picks up and Drop by private vehicle.
  • 3 nights accommodation in Kathmandu with bed and breakfast basis.
  • Kathmandu sightseeing by Private guide and private transportation
  • Kathmandu – Lukla – Kathmandu flight fare
  • Your standard meals (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner) during the trekking.
  • All necessary paper works and conservation entry permits.
  • All accommodations in lodges/tea houses
  • An experienced Government licensed guide and porters (1 porter for 2 peoples).
  • Medical supplies (first aid kit will be available).
  • Farewell dinner with typical Nepali restaurant
  • All government taxes.
  • International Airfare
  • Nepal entry visa
  • Personal Expenses
  • Travel and Rescue Insurance
  • Extra accommodation and food charges in Kathmandu
  • Tips and gratitude to the guide, porters and drivers

Useful Info

Accommodation Details

Eternal Himalaya will arrange the best available guest house/lodge in the Khumbu region. Throughout the Everest Panorama Trek, you will stay overnight in a local lodge for eight nights. The lodges provide clean, cozy, and comfortable rooms with an attached/common bathroom and western toilet plus a hot shower facility.

In Kathmandu, you will be accommodated at a 3star hotel for 3nights before(1N) and after(2N) the trek, which is included in your package. 

Best Time to do Everest Panorama Trek

Weather is considered the prominent factor to determine the perfect time to do Everest View Trek. Despite the pros and cons of trekking in different seasons, local people, passionate trekkers, and adventurers trek to EBC all year round. The best time to go on the Everest Panorama trek is from March to May and October to December which falls under Spring and Autumn seasons respectively. These seasons have cloudless weather resulting in a crystal clear sky with minimum rainfall and a warm favorable temperature. 

Trekking during winter (December to February)  provides you with breathtaking views nonetheless, the trekking trails are covered with thick snow and extremely cold temperatures make it more taxing. Likewise, in the summer season trails will be wet and slippery because the summer season coexists with the monsoon season in  Nepal.

January to February

From early January to early February is the coldest time of the year. There will be heavy snowfall along with a freezing temperature in a trekking region. Despite the extremely bitter cold, a trek during these winter months is possible. Daytime may have warm and splendid clear skies with a great view whereas at night time it will be extremely cold. If you can tolerate the coldness of winter, you get to enjoy the jaw-dropping views of the winter season not unlike any other time of the year. We (Eternal Himalaya) do our best to carry out the safe trek, during winter. Those who have an allergy to cold shouldn't trek during these winter months.

March to April

Due to suitable whether it is the best month for Everest Panorama Trek. The temperature begins to get warmer in March as the spring season begins this month and from mid- March the temperature rises. With very clear weather, you can get a clear view of the beautiful Himalayas and landscapes. Dormant flora and fauna become active and lively enjoying the warm green environment full of spring bloom flowers.

May to June

These months also provide the perfect weather for the Everest Paranoma Trek. So, It is an ideal time for trekking, just before the rainy season. Between the end of June and mid-August, the rainy season takes place in Nepal. The May to June period is a blend of spring, summer, and monsoon.

July to August

During this time Nepal received a maximum amount of rainfall. Due to frequent rainfall, the trails become wet and slippery making them more challenging. It will rain heavily at this time resulting in flights to/from Lukla getting canceled before or after the trip depending upon the weather of the day. Despite the difficulties, it is achievable. Moreover, the trails will be less crowded and you can behold the breathtaking beauty of waterfalls.

September to October

It is another ideal time for the Everest panorama trek. As the rainy season slowly comes to an end, the sky becomes crystal clear, providing an amazing view of mountain scenery and a perfect trekking climate for the trekkers. Therefore, most trekkers like to trek during these months. 

November to December

Winter will set in along with snowfall in the Himalayan region and Night time gets colder making it more challenging to trek. If you can withstand the cold it is also the perfect time to go for Everest View Trek and even winter season views are stunning as well. It's easy to trek in November as days are bright with dazzling sunlight, and the terrific panoramic view of mountains. Despite the cold nights, the daytime temperature remains stable whereas in December because snow temperature goes extremely low. 

Meals 

Trekking for hours at a high altitude can make your body crave a nutritional meal packed with carbs and proteins etc. While on the trek, you will dine at local lodges/teahouses where they serve Asian, local traditions, and continental cuisine in addition to beverages. There are fewer options on Menu however, these teahouses/Lodges provide warm and deliciously nutritious meals. Throughout the trek, we provide all the standard meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) but only breakfast is provided during your stay in Kathmandu. Moreover, we arrange a welcome and farewell dinner for our guests.

Here, is the sample of menu items that are available at the lodges:

Breakfast

Pancake, Muesli, Toast with butter, jam, honey, cheese, Tibetan bread, Cornflakes, Oats, Eggs, Fruits, Vegetable, French toasts, Tibetan Tsampa porridge, etc

(Beverages: Black/Milk coffee, Black/Milk tea, lemon tea, Hot chocolate, etc)

Lunch and Dinner

Steaks, Sizzler, Fried Rice (Veg/Egg/Mix), Dal Bhat Tarkari (i.e Lentil, Rice, Vegetables), Vegetable curry, Thukpa, Thenduk, Pizza, Macaroni, Burger, Noodles, Pasta, Soups (Veg/Mushroom/Chicken/Garlic, etc), Potato items, Momo (Dumplings), Sandwich, Desserts (Carrot cake,  Apple Pie, Chocolate cake, Rice Pudding), etc

(Beverages: Black/Milk coffee, Black/Milk tea, lemon tea, Hot chocolate, etc)

We don’t recommend you to consume alcohol, dairy products, caffeinated items, and hot chocolate during a high-altitude trek instead of these items we recommend you take garlic soup, lemon tea, hot lemon, green tea, and ginger tea.

Avoid meat items completely while trekking because the meat in trek areas may not be fresh and hygienic for consumption. Thus, vegetarian meals are highly suggested.

Difficulty Level of Everest Panorama Trek

Everest Panorama Trek is easier in comparison to other well-known treks of the Everest region. Even though it is an easy trek, steep ascends and descends and rugged terrain can challenge your physical endurance. Moreover, you do not need technical skills and experience. People of any age group and beginners can go for this trek. If you have a previous record of medical conditions related to heart, lungs, and blood diseases, we request you to inform us before booking this trek.

A Day on a Trek

The day will always start with an early morning breakfast. After that, we will pack all our bags and set out on a day trek from around 7 am to 8 am, which depends upon the trek's nature and duration. Then after hiking for three to four hours or more, we will take a break to have lunch, rest for about an hour, and carry on the trek.

Generally, afternoon walks are shorter about two to three hours. Right after we reach the lodge/teahouse we will fuel our body with dietary food, and explore nearby places.

Dinner will be served between 6 pm to 7 pm. After dinner, you can relax and enjoy yourself by having friendly conversations with your teammates. Then your trekking guide/team leader will give a briefing about the next day's plan. After that, you can go to bed or play some board games or watch whatever is available. 

Acclimatization

Tengboche at the height of 3,875m is the maximum altitude you will reach in the Everest Panorama Trek. Our itinerary consists of staying 2 nights in Namche Bazaar for effective acclimation to the mountain climate. Therefore, the possibility of altitude sickness is minimal. 

To prevent it you just have to climb gradually, don’t skip the acclimatization period, and drink enough water. Besides that avoid alcohol and smoking. Our trek leader/guide are experts in emergency first aid. In case of severe mountain sickness, a person has to descend immediately to cure it. Depending on the condition of the sick person, your trek leader/guide decides whether to carry on or stop the trek.

Immunization Certificate/Vaccination

We recommend you get a vaccination against diphtheria, typhoid, meningococcal meningitis, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, tetanus, Japanese encephalitis, BCG(tuberculosis), polio, rabies, and malaria. However, the requirement for vaccination keeps changing depending on the situation. In case of current changes in vaccination requirements, you have to be up to date and check the situation of the place before traveling. Consult your doctor or GP at least 2 months before the trek about the immunization you require to travel safely. 

Travelers must submit the ‘Fully vaccinated Covid 19’ immunization certificate. 

Trekking in Group/Single

We handle all group sizes whether it be small (private trek) or large size trekking groups. Group discount is applicable when your group consists of more than 5 people and should have your persons (family, friends, or colleagues) in the team otherwise the price remains the same for private touring or group joining. If you are interested in joining the fixed group for this trip please keep checking the departure link when it's available we will send you complete info (date and price) related to the trek or you can book an entire private trip at a reasonable cost. Every group will be led by a team leader/ guide and one porter for two trekkers. In case your group exceeds more than 10 people we will provide an assistant guide.

Travel Insurance

Being an easy trek with a very minute chance of altitude sickness, yet it involves uncertain risk as this trek takes place at high altitudes. Though travel insurance might not be that essential in Everest Panorama Trek, it will back you up at times of crisis. Moreover, travel insurance is mandatory for every high-elevation trek.

Please ensure that your policy covers the expenses of flight cancellation, medical bills, loss/theft of personal belongings, and helicopter rescue from high altitude. Clients are required to send comprehensive information about their insurance after booking a trek.

Personal Expenses

Accommodation for three nights in Kathmandu with only breakfast is included in the package except lunch and dinner are up to the clients.

All our precious clients have to pay for international airfare and airport departure tax. Other additional expenses that clients are required to cover are travel insurance, Nepal Tourist visa fee, tips for trekking staff, personal trekking, and climbing equipment. All meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) are provided during the trek but clients will have to bring extra money with them while trekking to cover the cost of table drinks (alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages), snacks, souvenirs, hot shower, charging devices, etc.

Since Nepalese currency is only accepted in the Everest region, we suggest you bring enough Nepali rupees during the trek for your extra personal expenses.

Wi-Fi/Internet service and Communication

While trekking, Wi-Fi/Internet service can be accessed from local lodges where you will be staying overnight but they will charge you for the usage and has an unstable connection so it can get slow. In Kathmandu wi-fi is available in all the restaurants, cafes, and hotels.

Communication is done by phone after reaching a high altitude for safety purposes. Once a day Eternal Himalaya will contact the team leader/guide to keep a tab on the team and to ensure that all the team members are safe and secure. From Kathmandu, you can buy a local sim with data to use the internet and to call in an emergency. Still, the mobile signal is weak at some spots of trekking trails which also depends on the network you are using.

Electricity and Drinking water on the trek

There is electricity available throughout the lodges of the Everest region along with a charging facility.  Please be advised, that in some places you have to pay a certain amount of money to charge your devices. Hence, we suggest you carry either a solar charger or an extra battery.

Local lodges and shops found on the way sell mineral water, however, it will pollute the environment. Therefore, we highly suggest you carry a water bottle and refill it with boiled or filtered water which is easily available from the local lodge/teahouse at a low price.

Don’t drink the water from the taps, ponds, wells, and rivers in the trekking regions as it will cause serious health issues related to water-borne diseases.

Nepal Tourist Visa Info

Visa is obligatory for all foreign nationals except for Indian citizens. Tourists can obtain a 'Tourist Visa-On-Arrival' at the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA). Fully vaccinated foreigners are eligible for Nepal tourist visas.

At least 6 months validity of the passport and a passport size photo is required for visa application. Visa extension can be done at the Department of Immigration, Bhrikutimandap, Kathmandu. You are required to pay the visa fee on arrival at the airport (TIA) in cash. To know more information about visas and the current cost of visa fees, you can visit this site www.immigration.gov.np.

Chinese nationals and SAARC citizens can receive a free visa. Nationals of Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Cameroon, Somalia, Liberia, Ethiopia, Iraq, Palestine, and Afghanistan Countries have to acquire a visa before they arrive in Nepal as they may not receive the on-arrival visa. Moreover, they have to visit or contact their close Nepalese embassy for a visa.

Money Exchange

Most of the foreign currency can be exchanged through a local bank and legitimate money exchangers found around Kathmandu and Thamel area.

Ongoing exchange rates of all foreign currency are displayed by the legal money exchangers for the public. Please be informed that in Nepal Indian currency of INR (Indian Rupees) 100 and INR 2000 notes are only used. Eternal Himal also accepts foreign currency as a payment.

ATMs are available all over Kathmandu but the best place to go for ATM is around the Thamel area of Kathmandu. You can withdraw cash in Nepali rupees only. The maximum withdrawal amount limit is often between around NPR 10,000 and NPR 30,000 (approximately between USD 100 and USD 340) if you use a foreign card. Also, most ATMs charge a fee per transaction for their usage. Many ATMs are open 24/7. If you exchange money through banks and financial institutions, they will charge a service fee of about 4% or more. 

There are some ATMs available in Lukla and Namche Bazaar (Everest Base Camp route). However, they are not reliable. There are chances these ATMs might not work. We recommend that travelers exchange their money in Kathmandu to avoid any inconvenience while trekking. In the Himalayan region, 95% of places don’t accept cards and only accept Nepalese currency from the local owner and shopkeepers. So, bring a sufficient amount of cash and ensure to bring enough money for your expense requirement.

Please ensure that you have clean, new notes for money exchange because most established banks in Asia do not accept torn, old, or faded foreign currency notes.

Eternal Himalaya Hiking Team 

Our expert guides will escort you throughout the trek to make your journey enjoyable and comfortable. Every single guide of our company is well experienced, trained, and licensed. They have been climbing and trekking by leading a group for many years.

All of our crew members have what it takes to lead a successful trek. We value our staff members and take good care of them. Each staff member is provided with good payment, insurance coverage, necessary equipment, gear, meals, transportation, and accommodation during the trek. Medical care is also provided by us in case of an injury and illness.

Our crew members' qualities are:

  • Excellent interacting skills and fluent in English and other major languages
  • A certified Trekking Guide
  • Knowledgeable about the facts and keep track of weather forecast
  • Well trained in Rock climbing
  • Undertook the Biodiversity and Conservation course
  • Wilderness First Aid Training

How much luggage can I take during Everest Panorama Trek?

The weight limit of the luggage is 9 kg per trekker. We abstained from carrying more than 18kg by our porter because one porter carried two trekker’s luggage at the same time. If you want to bring more luggage with you, we can arrange an extra porter for that. We request trekkers to carry their essential documents and valuables in a separate personal daypack.

Eternal Himalaya provides storing facilities for your excess luggage for free.

Before starting the trek we will recheck all equipment, gear, and essentials during a briefing to reassure and verify everything for your convenience.

Responsible Travel

The magnificent beauty of the Himalayas is unparalleled yet extremely fragile enough to disrupt the ecosystem of the mountain region. The growing local population and increasing numbers of trekkers impact the environment of Mountain regions. Eternal Himalaya works side by side with the Kathmandu Environmental Education Project (KEEP) to preserve and protect the beauty of the environment for future trekkers to relish and explore. 

We are fully aware of the consequences of tourism in mountainous regions, so we encourage the trekkers to minimize the negative impact on nature as much as possible. As garbage disposal is a major issue, we request our clients to dispose of the litter in provided bins and if there are no bins at a high altitude you can carry it to dispose of later. Trekkers can go for eco-friendly alternatives such as carrying reusable water bottles to refill the boiled/filtered water rather than buying bottled mineral water and using water sparingly. Water resources should not be polluted with trash. 

Tipping 

Travelers can reward with tips at their discretion based on the quality of services provided by them. As a part of our Nepali culture, Nepalese people accept tips as a way to express their appreciation.

Due to western influence in the trekking sector, trekking staff such as porters and guides have become accustomed to expecting a tip from clients. If you’ve had good service and a wonderful experience during the trip and want to tip our porters and guides, we recommend giving tips collectively as a group at the end of the trip.

Booking and Payment Process

Our company has all the necessary documents and approvals from the government to operate the trekking, tour packages, and other tourism activities. We have membership in the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) and Trekking Agency Association of Nepal as well. Hence, it is safe to book your desirable trip with Us.

To book a trip with us (Eternal Himalaya Adventure Pvt. Ltd), you have to fill up the 'Booking Application Form'. Moreover, you have to pay 20% in advance for booking confirmation before the trip and a 20% deposit is non-refundable. After that, you need to send other necessary documents such as travel insurance, passport size photo, passport copy, and arrival, and departure flight details later but they must be submitted within two weeks from the booking date. 

The remaining 80% payment can be paid in cash or bank transfer and credit card after you arrive in Kathmandu. For advance payment, you may pay us through bank transfer, online payment (directly from our website), and western union. Besides that, we will be forwarding you the email about the necessary modes of payment details.

Last- minute Booking

Booking is the best way to execute the whole trip without any hassle. However, Eternal Himalaya does provide last minute booking facility for those who are unable to book in advance. For this clients are required to pay 100% of the trip cost within 24hrs before the trip departure.

In the case of last-minute booking, we cannot be responsible for the delays because of the events which are beyond our control, such as weather changes, unavailability of lodges, and other unfavorable conditions which lead to trip delays and flight cancellations. Despite these unfavorable circumstances we do our best to manage a trek at any time.

For more information, call us at +977 9851254672 (Ram Sharan) or email us 

Trip Extension

Apart from the trek, our company organizes other trips within Nepal, Bhutan, and Tibet. If you want to stay for extra more days after completion of your trek, we can arrange (tours and other adventure activities) to extend the trip for the clients. When the trek ends, you will have spare time and you may want to go for adventure activities such as river rafting, cycling, paragliding, zip flyer, bungee jumping, etc. You may as well explore exotic places around Kathmandu and many more.

Feedback

Once completing the Everest Panorama Trek you will be enjoying a farewell dinner arranged by the Eternal Himalaya to celebrate the successful completion of your trip. Our company will honor you with a certificate of trek achievement.

It would be a pleasure to get a helpful response from our clients about our services provided and team presentation throughout the trip. We would appreciate the request and accept the flaws to improve our services.

Equipment list of Everest Panorama Trek

Here is the complete essential list of equipment for the Everest View Trek. The weight of your luggage is limited to up to 9 kg, so, therefore, we advise you to carry only essential items. In case you require to carry more than 9 kg, we can arrange extra porters.

Head Wear

  • Warm insulated winter hat / Wooly hat
  • Sun hat / Wide-brimmed hat
  • Scarf
  • Neck gaiter or Fleece Buff (Optional)
  • Neoprene face mask (Optional)
  • Balaclava / Bally ski mask / Monkey cap (Optional)
  • LED Headlamp × 2 and spare batteries

Face/body care items

  • Sunscreen with SPF above 50
  • Sunglasses with UV protection × 2 pairs
  • Face/body cleansing wipes (biodegradable wipes)
  • Moisturizer lotion for face/body
  • Lip balm

Hand Wear

  • Liner gloves × 2 pairs
  • Fleece gloves × 2 pairs

Body Wear

  • Hiking shirts × 2 pairs
  • Full-sleeved thermal undershirts × 2 pairs
  • Fleece jacket
  • Waterproof and windproof hooded rain jacket
  • Down jacket (thick down jacket for winter treks)
  • Polypropylene underwear × 5-6 pairs
  • Synthetic material hiking pants × 2 pairs
  • Long johns × 2 pairs
  • Sweater
  • Waterproof jacket and pants
  • Lightweight cotton pants
  • T-shirt

Foot Wear

  • Woolen socks × 6 pairs (thick light socks)
  • Lightweight shoes/scandals
  • Hiking Boots

Essential gear

Backpack

  • Day pack for basics
  • Waterproof covers for your bags and packs
  • Thermal water bottle (hydration bladder often freeze in winter)
  • Sleeping bag (rated at least 0°C for summer and -15° for winter)
  • Water purification tablets, drops, or portable water purifier/filter bottles or, gadgets
  • Trekking pole
  • Crampons
  • Large plastic bags and stuff sacks
  •  

Personal accessories

  • Money  
  • Watch
  • Cell phone
  • Camera
  • Lighter
  • Pocket knife

Extra items / Travel gear

  • First aid kit
  • Extra passport photos and photocopies of passport Travel insurance documents
  • Notebook and pen 
  • Books
  • Personal entertainment
  • Binoculars
  • International electrical adapter
  •  

FAQs

  • Q1. How hard is the Everest Panorama Trek?

    Everest Panorama Trek is an undemanding trek with few difficulties at some point. Such as the taxing walk from Lukla to Namche bazaar on very steep trails and long tiring walks for days on uneven terrain at high elevations. Tengboche located at 12,697ft is the highest point of this trek so trekkers will stay at Namche Bazaar for 2 nights for acclimatization. A person with good physical fitness, strong-minded and healthy body with no heart, lungs, and blood diseases can trek, besides that no technical skills and experience are required.

     

  • The best time to go for Everest Panorama Trek is during the pre-monsoon season (March to May) and post-monsoon season (from late September to December). These are the most favored months for trekking, likewise, it is also possible to trek in February and Early September.

     

  • You’ll need travel insurance after booking your trek as travel insurance is mandatory for all trekkers in Nepal. It must cover medical repatriation or emergency evacuation and helicopter rescue expenses at high altitudes. These insurances will help cover the unexpected losses and help to evacuate from unforeseen events.

     

  • These are the following documents required to send through email after booking your trip:

    • Passport size photos (bring at least photos)
    • Copy of passport
    • A copy of travel insurance (it must cover the medical evacuation and heli rescue)
    • Flight details
  • In the trek, you will be walking for a normal day 5-6 hours a day. Still, it depends on the physical capacity of an individual.

     

  • To be prepared for the trek, you can start by jogging/running, going for a short hike, cycling, swimming, etc which will help to boost stamina and strength.

     

  • Yes, you can get access to Wi-Fi/internet services on the trekking route. Most of the lodges in the trekking route offer Wi-Fi/internet for a small charge.