Mountain Delights Treks and Expedition offers one of the most exhilarating trekking experiences with professional supervision and support in the Everest region.
Everest panorama trekking provides an excellent view of the Himalayan panorama; settlements in the high altitudes; window to scrutinize spiritual opulence of the Sherpa culture; and their colorful festivals.
This seven days trekking is destined to reach Tengboche – where centuries old Buddhist Monastery is located in beautiful landscape surrounded by the Himalayan peaks including Mt. Everest. The trekking route passes through the impeccable Sherpa communities in to the heart of mighty Everest. Mani Rimdu festival – generally celebrated between mid-October and mid-November – if attended, will be addendum for a life-time experience. We are highly assertive of this time period as the best one to trek this particular route.
The trail falls on the Sagarmatha National Park – UNESCO world natural heritage site – which is wooded with pine and rhododendron trees and brimming of wild species of flora and fauna.
Upon your arrival at Kathmandu international airport, where you will be greeted by our friendly representative and then we transfer to your pre-booked Hotel. Finish the check-in formalities and then go for a good rest. Depending upon your arrival time, you can take short walking tour around the Thamel – the bustling tourist town of Nepal. Thamel offers all services to tourists including world-class dining experience, Banks, Money changers, ATMs, Supermarket, Gear shop and others. In the later evening , we assemble you to our office for a trip briefing meeting. Overnight in hotel. If your arrival is late today, this tour and trip briefing will be shifted for tomorrow.
After breakfast, you set out for acclimatizing hiking. First, visit around Namche Bazaar – to the top of Namche where Sherpa Museum is located. You will then visit the Sagarmatha National Park’s headquarter from where the breathtaking panoramas of the mountains. The peak you can view includes Mt. Everest (8,848 m /29,029 ft), Mt. Lhotse (8,516 m/ 27,940 ft), Mt. Ama Dablam (6,812 m/ 22,349 ft), Mt. Thamserku (6,608 m/ 21,680 ft), Kantenga (6,782 m/ 22,251 ft), Cho-Latse (6,440 m/ 21,128 ft), Tawache or Taboche (6,542 m/ 21,463 ft), Kongde Peak (6,187 m/ 20,298 ft) and others. If you are still energetic and want to go higher then we hike up the Syangboche Airport (Old Airport) and Everest View Hotel. You can enjoy the magnificent view of the Himalayan panorama from this high hill-top. The luxury Hotel located at an altitude of 3880 m offers tea/coffee for the trekkers as well, if you want to rest. From here, you can decide to return back to your Hotel the same way, or make a trip to the biggest Sherpa village in Everest region - Khumjung village, where the Hillary school sits. Back to your Hotel in the later afternoon, and Overnight local lodge.
After breakfast, walk same way back along the Dudh Koshi River. Reach Lukla walking past Phakding and several other beautiful dotted settlements both sides of the river. In Lukla, we thank and bid farewell to our amazing crew members who helped us for successful trip. Overnight local lodge.
We take another beautiful and thrilling morning flight back to Kathmandu saying a heartfelt goodbye to the majestic mountains. You land at Kathmandu airport to feel the bustling city atmosphere after a week in the Himalayas with freshness and greenery. You are transferred to the hotel and leave you to enjoy the day on your own and relax. Overnight in a hotel.
This list outlines the required things to bring during the trekking tours. There are various selections and brands that you can choose as per your interest. All required trekking equipments can be bought or even hired easily at a reasonable price in Kathmandu.
Upper Body - Head / Ears / Eyes
Lower Body – Legs
Medicines and First Aid Kits
(Please note our guide will also carry the first aid kit bag during the trek. However we still recommend you to bring your personal first aid kit as well)
All garments should be kept dry using waterproof stuff sacks or large puncture resistant plastic bags.
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