Sherpa Culture and Everest View Trek 10 DaysSherpa Culture and Everest View Trek 10 Days

Everest View Trek -10 Days

  • Duration10 Days
  • DestinationNepal
  • Difficulty Level Easy
  • Maximum Altitude 3,870m
  • Activity Hiking
  • Group Size 1-20
  • Accommodation Teahouses / Lodge
  • Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Best Season March - May and September - December
Overview of Everest View Trek -10 Days

The Everest View Trek is a 10-day adventure that takes you through the picturesque landscapes of the Himalayas, offering breathtaking views of Mount Everest and an immersion into the unique Sherpa culture of the region. Everest View Trek is for beginner hikers who desire to witness Mount Everest's beauty without reaching Everest Base Camp. As you progress, you'll encounter charming villages like Namche Bazaar. These places are renowned for their unique cultures and lifestyles. Namche Bazaar may surprise you with its modern amenities and Western cuisine, making it hard to believe you're in a mountainous region.

The villages along the route offer stunning, up-close panoramic views of iconic peaks such as Mt. Everest, Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Thamserku, Mt. Lhotse, and Mt. Ama Dablam. These awe-inspiring sights make this trek one of the most exhilarating experiences in the area. You'll also be captivated by the region's rich flora and fauna, as the trek is part of Sagarmatha National Park. The trail treats you to beautiful Rhododendron, Birch, and Juniper forests, with the Dudhkoshi River flowing at its base, its waters as clear as milk. For those concerned about adapting to the high altitude but still eager to get a close-up view of Everest, this trek is perfect. The villages and settlements along the trail are culturally significant, and the natural beauty is astounding. This trek is truly remarkable!

If you're open to extending the trek's duration, you can explore side trips and visit villages near the main trail or even consider the Everest Three Pass Trek for a more challenging adventure. Best of luck on your journey!

Best Season for Everest View Trek 10 Days

As for the best time for the Everest View trek, it's recommended to plan your trek during the autumn season (September to November) or the spring season (February to May). During these times, the weather is generally stable, with clear skies and pleasant temperatures, making for excellent trekking conditions and providing the best views of the Everest region's stunning landscapes. These months offer a higher chance of clear views of the mountains and a more enjoyable overall trekking experience. However, it's always a good idea to check the latest weather and trail conditions before embarking on your trek.

Permits Required during the Everest View Trek 10 Days

For the Everest Short Trek, also known as the Namche Bazaar Trek, trekkers are required to obtain two permits. The first one is the Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Permit, which can be acquired in Lukla. The second permit is the Sagarmatha National Park Entrance Permit, as you'll be entering the national park area from Monjo. You can easily obtain the Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Permit for NPR 2000 for foreigners and the Sagarmatha National Park Entrance Permit for NPR 3000 at the National Park Entrance Gate in Monjo.

Accommodations During the Everest View Trek 10 Days

During the Everest View Trek organized by All Nepal Hiking, you can expect comfortable accommodations. In cities like Kathmandu, we offer 3-star standard category hotels. During the trek itself, including stops in places like Lukla and Namche Bazaar, we provide lodges and tea houses for your stay. The rooms will typically be on a twin/double sharing basis. However, if you prefer a single room, we can arrange it for you at an additional cost. Additionally, if you wish to upgrade the hotel category in Kathmandu or the accommodations in Lukla and Namche, there are options available, and we can accommodate these upgrades with the associated costs, provided we receive prior notice.

Meals during the Everest View Trek 10 Days

Our Everest View Trek package includes breakfasts in Kathmandu and full board meals during the trek in Lukla and Namche Bazaar. In Kathmandu, you'll have a wide range of dining options for lunch and dinner, including a variety of cuisines, beverages, and desserts. Depending on your menu preferences, budget, and desire for authentic experiences, we can recommend the best dining establishments in Kathmandu.

While you're in Lukla and Namche Bazaar, you can enjoy selecting from a diverse range of delicious and nourishing meals. You'll have choices ranging from regional and Asian cuisines to well-known Western dishes. Additionally, there are some delightful cafes and bakeries in these areas that offer options not commonly found on typical trekking routes in Nepal.

Equipment List for Everest View Trek 10 Days

For the Everest View trek, having the right trekking equipment is crucial to ensure your safety and comfort during the journey. A well-prepared trekking equipment list is as follows:

  1. Daypack (25–35 liters): A small backpack to carry essential items during the day, such as water, snacks, extra clothing layers, and personal items.

  2. Pack Cover: To protect your main backpack from rain and snow, ensure your gear stays dry.

  3. Sleeping Bag (comfortable for temperatures around -20°C): A warm sleeping bag is essential for a good night's rest, and you can choose to rent one in Kathmandu if needed.

  4. Waterproof Hiking Boots (optional): Sturdy and waterproof hiking boots with good ankle support for stability on the trek. Waterproof boots are particularly useful in case of rain or snow.

  5. Camp Shoes: Lightweight shoes or booties to wear around the campsite and teahouses during evenings.

  6. LED Headlamp with Extra Battery: Essential for lighting your way during early morning starts or in case you need to move around in the dark.

  7. Trekking Poles: These provide stability, reduce strain on your knees during descents, and help with balance on uneven terrain.

  8. Camelback Water Bladder or Sipper (Water Bottle): Staying hydrated is crucial at high altitudes. A water bladder or reusable sipper bottle is recommended.

  9. Energy Snacks: Carry chocolates, energy bars, and dried fruits for quick energy boosts during the trek.

  10. ORS (Oral Rehydration Salts): Vital for maintaining electrolyte balance and preventing dehydration.

  11. Down Jacket (comfortable for temperatures around -15°C): A warm down jacket is essential for cold mornings and evenings. You can rent or buy one in Kathmandu at a reasonable cost.

  12. T-shirts, Thermal Pants, and Sun Cap: Layering is key to adapting to changing temperatures. T-shirts for daytime, thermal pants for warmth, and a sun cap to protect from the sun.

  13. UV-Protected Goggles: Protect your eyes from the sun's glare and snow reflection.

  14. Waterproof Gloves and Woolen Gloves: Waterproof gloves for wet conditions and woolen gloves for added warmth.

  15. Socks: Woolen socks to keep your feet warm and dry, and carry extra pairs.

  16. Sunscreen, Moisturizer, Lip Balm, and Hand Sanitizer: Protect your skin from the strong sun, and dry air, and maintain hygiene.

  • Sightseeing in major historical sites of Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, and Patan
  • The Tengboche Monastery
  • A stunning 35-minute flight between Kathmandu and Lukla.
  • A glimpse into the life of the “mountain people” living in the heart of the Himalayas.
  • Remarkable views of the Khumbu Himalayan Range, Everest, Lothse Amadablum, Khumgung Himal, Kongde, Kusum-kangaroo, Thamseru, and more.  Sherpa Museum, View Point,
  • The spiritual center of the region is Tyanboche Monastery.

Welcome to Nepal, upon arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, A representative from ANH will receive and transfer you to Hotel. We will organize a well-come dinner and describe the trip in brief as a final preparation for the trekking if you arrive in the morning or early afternoon, we can visit some of the monuments around or a Heritage walk to inner Kathmandu.


  • Max. Altitude:1,400 m
  • Accommodation:Hotel
  • Time:45 min drive from Airport

You can prepare for the trek and introduce yourself to the crew members. Overnight in Hotel. BB

  • Max. Altitude:1,400 m
  • Accommodation:Hotel

Your trekking guide to Everest trek will receive you from Hotel and transfer you to Kathmandu Airport and fly to Lukla. Views from the airplane could be a lifetime memory of the exciting scenery surrounding, the pristine mountain, Green Hills, and mountain village Settlement. At Lukla, we will meet our porters and head north to Chablung (2700m), crossing the Tharo Kosi River on a suspension bridge. After passing the bridge, we can witness the peak of Kusum Kangru (6367m), the most difficult trekking peak. Beyond the Tharo Kosi, the trail climbs a bit towards Ghat (2590m), where we cross a ridge marked with painted mani stones and then climb to Phakding, where we will stay overnight (3 hrs).


  • Max. Altitude:2610m
  • Time:5-6 hrs approx

The day begins with a walk along the Dudh Kosi. The path rises gently. On several occasions, we cross the river, pass the village Jorsale (2805 m) then begin a steep ascent to Namche Bazaar. Half an hour later, we can see Everest. We arrive at Namche early to get to know the famous Sherpa village and its inhabitants. Some shops and traders sell Tibetan jewelry and handicrafts from Tibet. Each week is an important market in Namche where farmers sell their crops around wheat, maize, millet, etc.


  • Max. Altitude:3,420 m
  • Accommodation:Teahouse
  • Time:6-8 hours
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

We care for our clients in many ways during the trek, we care more about their health condition and AMS, Today is the day to get used to the altitude and acclimatization, we climb high from where we sleep, We hike to Khunde and Khun Jung Village and a famous Everest View Hotel for the views of Mt Everest and one the way along we Visit Sagarmatha National Park office and it does have a great viewpoint, we descend to Namche Bazaar



  • Accommodation:Teahouse
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Today we trek to Tengboche, a famous Tyanboche Monastery is a main attraction and also has great views of the mountain. We pass the small settlement of Sanasa, where the trail drops towards Phunki Thanga (3250m). The statement from here is rightly deemed one of the world's most magnificent. Kwangde (6187m), Tawachee (6542m), Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse (8501m), Ama Dablan, Kantega, and Thamserku provide an inspiring panorama of Himalayan giants. We will spend the night in Tengboche village


  • Max. Altitude:3870m
  • Accommodation:Teahouse
  • Time:5-6 hours
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Today we trek down to Namche Bazaar before hiking to Monjo. The way to Monjo takes us steeply down along the Bhote Kosi. We cross the river and follow it to Jorsale, then Monjo, where we overnight (7 hrs).


  • Max. Altitude:2,840 m
  • Accommodation:Teahouse
  • Time:6-7 hours
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Our route takes us along the banks of the Dudh Khosi River, then we climb uphill for an hour to reach Lukla (5 hrs).



  • Accommodation:Teahouse
  • Time:5-6 hours.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Today we fly back to Kathmandu. When the weather is clear, the early morning views from the plane are some of the most inspiring you'll ever experience. We can have fare well dinner in a traditional Nepali Restaurant



  • Max. Altitude:2,800 m
  • Accommodation:Hotel
  • Time:30 minutes to an hour
  • Meals:Farewell Dinner

The day to say Bye, Our representative will drop you to The Kathmandu Airport



    Learn before you travel

    1. This activity is dependent on the weather on the day. If the weather does not permit flying, the flight may be rescheduled for the following day.
    2. If your flight is canceled, you can either wait until the next day or find another means to your next destination.
    3. Check that you have everything you need.
    4. Warm clothing and comfortable walking shoes are advised

    Physical Condition & Experience Requirements

    The Everest View Trek, often referred to as the trekking of Queens in the Everest region, is ideal for beginner hikers who have a strong desire to witness the beauty of Mount Everest up close but are not yet ready for the challenge of reaching Everest Base Camp. No special training is required for this trip; however, we recommend doing some easy hikes before coming to Nepal. Being physically fit and capable of walking for around 4 to 5 hours on easy terrain is important for this trek.

    Notes: The flight from Lukla to Kathmandu is redirected to Ramechhap due to traffic congestion and a high influx of tourists during the high season. The high tourist season in Nepal is spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November). In the season of tourism, there are many international and domestic flights operating in different sectors which is more than capacities of the small Tribhuban international airport. Due to this reason, there is the problem with air traffic and delays in Lukla flights too. Lukla flights are only in the morning time and it does not fly during day time due to heavy wind and foggy weather on the way to Lukla. If the flights are from Ramechaap, there is no issue of air traffic and flight duration is also less than from Kathmandu. Flight to Ramechhap will add 5 hours approx. to your journey. It seems like an added inconvenience but let’s see the brighter side

    Cost Details
    • All airport/hotel transfers
    • 2 nights hotel in Kathmandu
    • All accommodations and meals during the trek
    • Pickup and drop to start your trek and from the ending point to your Hotel In Kathmandu or your destination
    • An experienced English-speaking trek leader (trekking guide), assistant trek leader (6 trekkers: 1 assistant guide), and Sherpa porters to carry luggage (2 trekkers:1 porter) including their salary, insurance, equipment, flight, food, and lodging
    • All necessary paperwork and permits (National Park permit, TIMS)
    • A comprehensive medical kit
    • All government and local taxes
    • Meals not specified in the 'Meal Inclusions' in the itinerary'
    • Travel Insurance
    • Early check-ins and late check out 
    • International airfare
    • Nepal entry visa 
    • Alcoholic, non-alcoholic drinks and water, soft drinks, hot water, etc.
    • Hot showers during the trek
    • Personal trekking equipment
    • Tips for trekking staff and driver (Tipping is respected but it is not obligatory)
    • Nepal is renowned for its stunning landscapes, including the mighty Himalayas, picturesque valleys, and diverse ecosystems. Trekking in Nepal offers the opportunity to experience breathtaking mountain views, explore remote villages, encounter rich cultural heritage, and immerse oneself in the natural beauty of the region.

    • The best time for trekking in Nepal is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) seasons. These months provide stable weather, clear skies, and moderate temperatures, making for comfortable trekking conditions. However, some treks can be done in the winter (December to February) and monsoon seasons (June to August), but they come with different challenges and considerations.

    • es, trekking permits are required for most trekking areas in Nepal. The permits help regulate and manage trekking activities and ensure the safety of trekkers. The specific permits required depend on the region you plan to trek in. For popular treks like Everest Base Camp and Annapurna Circuit, you'll need a TIMS (Trekkers' Information Management System) card, while certain areas, such as Upper Mustang and Manaslu, require special restricted area permits.

    • Choosing a trekking route depends on factors such as your fitness level, trekking experience, time available, and personal preferences. Popular trekking routes include Everest Base Camp Trek, Annapurna Circuit Trek, Langtang Valley Trek, and Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek. Research different treks, consider their difficulty, length, altitude, and scenery, and consult with local trekking agencies or experienced trekkers to make an informed decision.

    • Trekking in Nepal requires a moderate to good level of fitness. Most treks involve several hours of walking each day, ascending and descending trails, and adapting to varying altitudes. Regular exercise, such as hiking, walking, or cardiovascular activities, before your trek can help build stamina and prepare your body for the physical demands of trekking.

    • To stay safe while trekking in Nepal, it's essential to acclimatize properly to higher altitudes, stay hydrated, follow a gradual ascent, and listen to your body. Carry a comprehensive first aid kit, trek with a reliable map or guide, and be aware of weather conditions. Register with the local authorities or trekking agencies, inform someone of your trekking plans, and consider purchasing travel insurance that covers trekking activities.

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