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Short and Easy Everest view trek

Short Everest Panorama Trekking

Admire the magnificence of the gigantic Everest region trek without any hassle & over Animation. A short and Easy Everest view trek lets you experience the Everest region, the Himalayas that is the joy of being close to the towering Mountains, Sherpa Villages, Monastery, Stupa, Mani walls, and many other exciting things within a very short time, Hence A glimpse of Everest is a complete short adventure trek in Everest.

The short and Easy Everest view trek is, as the name already suggests a trek, which introduces you to the breathtaking panorama of the Everest Ranges.

The trek starts in Kathmandu. Here we will show you some of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites before we continue the trip to some of the most sought-after regions in Nepal. We will continue to Tengboche Gumba, which is situated at 3,867 m where you will see the largest monastery in the Khumbu region of Nepal. From here on you can enjoy the most amazing panoramic views of the Himalayas, including Tawache, Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, and Mt. Everest. It is a halfway trek of Everest base camp and other major trekking routes of Everest too.

The short and easy Everest view Trek combines the most amazing panoramic mountain scenery of Nepal, while at the same time, introducing you to the ethnic community of the Sherpa people. Their culture is rich and embedded in Buddhism.

The short and easy Everest view Trek is an easy trek and therefore suitable for all people from all walks of life and age as it is not so high meaning there is less chance to get mountain sickness. There is no better trek to get an understanding of the Nepalese Himalayas and Mt. Everest. The panorama is breathtaking and ideal for taking stunning photos.

Short and Easy Everest view trek Brief Itinerary:

Day 1: Arrival Kathmandu (1350 m),

Day 2: Kathmandu valley sightseeing,

Day 3: Fly to Lukla (2860 m) and trek to Phakding (2660 m),

Day 4: Trek to Namche Bazaar (3450 m),

Day 5: Rest day at Namche Bazaar (3450 m),

Day 6: Trek from Namche to Tengboche (3890 m),

Day 7: Trek to Namche Bazaar,

Day 8: Namche to Lukla,

Day 9: Fly back to Kathmandu,

Day 10: Departure to Airport.

Short and Easy Everest view trek Highlights:

  • Visit Kathmandu UNESCO world heritage sites,
  • Beautiful Flight to & from Lukla,
  • Walking in the Khumbu Valley,
  • Visit Namche Bazaar & Beautiful Tengboche Monastery,
  • Visit Sherpa and Sagarmatha National Park museum,
  • Observe the Towering Himalayan range,
  • Visit Everest Base Camp (5364 meters) & Kalapather (5550 m).

Day 1: Arrival Kathmandu (1350 m),

As you tell us your time you are landing at TIA airport in Kathmandu our team members will be waiting for you there with private transport and your name. So when you are out of the airport building you have to check your name and you will find the guy on a safe holiday then we transfer you to the hotel which is about a 25-minute drive.

Day 2: Kathmandu Valley sightseeing,

There are few historical and cultural places in Kathmandu where you will visit our city guide who has authorized a person from the Nepal government. It takes about 4  to 5 hours to visit 4 main places around Kathmandu (Kathmandu Durbar Square, Monkey temple, Pashupati, and Bauddha). When you finish your city tour our guide will drop you at the hotel. Overnight in Kathmandu hotel.

Day 3: Fly to Lukla (2860mtr) and trek to Phakding,

It is an early morning daily because we should go early to the airport to fly Lukla which is an adventure flight through the mountains and over the mountain. It’s just a 30-minute flight and you have to walk gradually through Sherpa village, Mani walls, and many prayer flags along the way as well as some suspension bridges. It is just 3 hours walking takes you to Phakding village which is a pretty area where you sleep.

Day 4: Trek to Namche Bazaar (3450 m),

It is your beautiful walking day that after your breakfast at Phakding tea house you going to pass quite long suspension bridges than trails gradually go through some nice lodges, a pine forest, and some small Sherpa villages. A walking 2 to 3 hours the trail leads you to Manjo village. Recently passing Manjo there will be another small lunch place called Jorsalle which is near the river and in the deep valley. Between Manjo and Jorsalle, there is Sagarmatha national park checkpoint where you have to show your permit and TIMS card. After your lunch at Jorsalle, you trail towards the bank of the Dudh Koshi river for a while, then climb up to the high suspension bridges which are connected to the big hill to the other side where you going to climb recently passing this bridge till Namche bazaar. The last steeping part going through the pine forest and some resting place where you can rest and there is one small spot where you can sit and see your first view of Mt Everest. Overnight in Namche Bazaar

Day 5: Rest day at Namche Bazaar (3450 m),

This day you can have long sleep and relax because you just going to walk in sight walk for about 1 hour altogether than the rest of the time you have time to read your book and walk around the Bazaar. This day you are staying there to acclimatize your body for further steps of your trek and to be safe. Overnight again in Namche Bazaar.

Day 6: Trek from Namche to Tengboche (3890M),

Walking to Tyangbuche is a pleasant day and easy walking on a flat path recently you leave from Namche hotel there are just 10-minute steps than flat walking and some turning to Kynjuma and Sanasa the magnificent view of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and Amadablam will be close and visible each step you walk towards Tyangbuche. The trail goes down to Funki Thanga after you walk past Sanasa through some fine forest and small Sherpa house. Funki Thanga is a place where most of the visitors used to eat their lunch because there will not be any place to eat lunch till Tangbuche so eat your lunch and steep climb up about 2 hours through the forest then you will be at Tyangbuche were you going to spend the night. Don’t forget to see the sunset view on Lhotse, Everest, and Nuptse after you reach Tengboche.

Day 7: Trek to Namche,

You can wake up early morning and just go out of your lodge if you want to see the spectacular mountain view in the morning there are two sides Namche and Everest base camp side both sides you can see and make great pictures. After a lovely morning, your walking trails lead you to the same way back to Namche which is about 5 hours walk. Overnight at Namche Bazaar.

Day 8: Namche  to Lukla,

You are going to start your walk in the morning gain because this is your quite long walking day via the same way back to Lukla you going to follow the rivers, pass some suspension bridges, farming, landscape, and Sherpa local houses. Then after 7 hours of walking including your lunch at Phakding, you will reach Lukla where you are going to spend your night.

Day 9: Fly back to Kathmandu,

Early in the morning, you are going to fly from Lukla takes 30 minutes over high mountains and valley. It might be quite seeking flight, sometimes, but it is a normal flight to and from Lukla. When you land in Kathmandu then you will get private transport to your hotel. Overnight at Kathmandu hotel.

Day 10: Departure to the airport.

It is the last day in Nepal after doing such a great trip with a safe holiday adventure sadly we should drop you at the airport by private transport.



What is included
  • Pick up and drop service from Airport/Hotel/Airport,
  • Three Nights accommodation in Kathmandu with Breakfast,
  • Three times meals a day (one main course at breakfast time, lunchtime, and dinner time),
  • Teahouse base accommodation during your trekking,
  • Essential trekking documents, including your Sagarmatha national park permit and TIMS (trekker’s information management system), permit card,
  • Local entrance fees and taxes,
  • Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu flight tickets including airport tax and private car/jeep for drop and pickups,
  • Highly well train trekking guide and a local Sherpa porter (one Sherpa porter = two trekkers),
  • Management of Emergency chopper service from the mountain, but paid by your related insurance company,
  • An assistance guide if you have more than 7 people in your group.
What is not included
  • Your Lunch and dinner while you are in Kathmandu,
  • Nepal entry visa fee and all expenses you need,
  • Your trip insurance,
  • International flight tickets,
  • Your personal expenses and bar bills,
  • Hot and cold drink, mineral water, chocolates, and any other snakes, including alcohol,
  • Desserts after your dinner or lunch,
  • Tipping for field staff (Guide, Porter, & Driver),
  • Extra luggage charge if you have more than 15 kg when you fly to Lukla and back,
  • Chopper Rescue charge or any other local emergency transportation such as horse, Porters.
Start Date End Date Price In US Dollar($) AVAILABILITY Booking
A private departures on any day all around the year can be arranged for this trek/tour, for more details and dates E-mail


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Your Program Duration = 8 days Days
All the Prices are in GBP (£) Per Person.

Can I get a visa when I reach Kathmandu TIA airport?

It is very easy to get a visa when you arrive at Kathmandu International Airport. Besides a few countries, most of the people from all different countries can get a visa. If you are staying in Nepal for 15 days you have to pay 25$ and a month stay cost 30$ and cost 100$ for 90 Days tourist visa. Don’t forget to get 2 passport size photographs with you for a visa.
If you want to fill up the online form here is the link
You can apply for an online visa from the 1st of March (

Is your company providing pick-up and drop service on arrival at Kathmandu airport?

As we have complimentary from our company, we will give you private transpiration to pick up you and drop you. We have an airport representative who will take care of you when you arrive and depart for Nepal.

What season is the best or month to visit Nepal?
We have so many different area trekking and tour where still we trek in monsoon and winter, but the best season is spring and Autumn.

Can a trek in Nepal?

Here we have so many different trekking routes and tours, which is categorized in little option such as easy, moderate, adventure, and challenging. So, if you are not that fir you can trek till 3000m takes 5 days, similarly 3000 to 4000m high altitude trekking can be good for simply fit visitors, and more than a high path trek you need some training and need to fit. On a request, we can customize the trekking itinerary, but in general, we have to walk about 3 hours to 6 hours a day.

What kind of accommodation will I get on the mountain?

The accommodations in the mountain are very good than you are expecting now because nowadays there so many new modern buildings if you are doing lower loop trek below 3000m, but if you trek over 3000m high are you will get a clean and net private room which his made by wood in general and also in a lower loop area trek you can get bathroom inside your private room but trekking over 3000m high you can’t get the bathroom in your private room. Hardly may you find some places in this case.

What sort of path are we going to walk in the mountain?

It depends on what area you are trekking but in general Annapurna, Langtang has similar landscapes and trails which are stone-made steeps and green around the walking path, but in the case of Everest and upper Mustang area, the trails are dusty, dry sand and very few trees around. If there are steps on the trail that helps you to walk better.

What kind of food can I have during the trek?

While you are in Kathmandu and Pokhara obviously you can have all kinds of food on a choice but during your trek in the mountain you can get, Pasta, Momo (dumpling food), Rice, pancake, Apple pie, Nepali foods. But in general, every tea house has a menu and they serve you western foods, Nepali foods, continental and Indian food. Just to say that only if you are trekking in a newly opened area trek or really high area you might not get all kinds of food so we should ask what they have some time in high season.

Does safe holiday adventure operate Air tickets, domestic and international as well as hotel reservation?

Yes for sure we organize indoor and outdoor both flight tickets as we are an authorized agency, we have been doing this job for many years. Besides ticketing things we organize, jungle safari tour, rafting tour, bungee jumping, Paragliding, hotel booking, mountains, and many more.

Is it compulsory to have a guide in Nepal?

Actually to have a guide with you is not a compulsory till now as we go through the rules of the Nepal tourism board but there are so many biodiversities, culture, traditions, and localities so your trip will be meaningful if you have a guide and especially for the route where you going to walk you need guidance and at risky area also you need guide besides that to gain about the fact of Nepal, Rural life, culture, traditions, and Himalaya you need guide otherwise you just walk and it is kind of your exercise, so hiring a guide or porter is not only your safety and information source there will be your contribution for the local economy and help local people.

Is trekking safe in Nepal?

Yes, Nepal is safe to travel since 2006 especially because the Nepal government and revels sighed for a peace agreement than they are in parliaments together, which means there are no obstacles either in the city or mountains. Even after the earthquake, it was common questions from all different visitors, but now everything is normal and recovered from last year, so if you are dreaming to explore the high-range Himalayas Please don’t hesitate to just book your trip to Nepal.

Is there any Mobile signal or wifi service during the trekking the mountain?

Yes, you can get a phone signal and service most of the popular trekking such as Everest, Annapurna, and Langtang. For a few years, you can also use an internet service (wifi) in some lodges but need to pay.

What are the essential things to carry during the trek?

Our porters will carry your big bags and your extra weights too what you have to carry is just your personal day bag with a bottle of water, fleece jacket, warm hat, gloves, sun cream, some medicine, and a windproof jacket and windproof pant. Generally, you have to reduce the extra weight of your bags that you can leave in Kathmandu hotel as you get one porter for two trekkers you are allowed to have 12 kg each of its means porters need to carry 24 kg in total.

What do I need to do if I get mountain sickness?

You suppose to have your insurance in general, when you are traveling and especially in the case of high area trekking. We will have some first aid medicine with us and give you some tip too what is best to do when you have a sickness but some time might not work so in that case we have to go down and still if you are same and nothing improved we arrange emergency chopper service through your insurance then you will transfer to the hospital where ever closer to the mountain than after an hour you will be fine. We have all a good train guide and he knows what should be done when our clients get sick so he will give you useful information and help you follow him.

What kind of medicine can I take with me?

Generally, our guide will take mountain-related medicine, but besides that, you can take with you too, because when we have a big group you might not be close by from your guide so each trekker needs to carry their first aid medicine with them. Diomax is a common medicine for altitude sickness.



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