Everest Panorama Trek

Duration: 8 Days   |   Based on 2 Reviews   |   Trip Photos  |   Trip Map
  • Destination: Nepal
  • Trip Difficulty: Moderate
  • Transport: Private Vehicle / Aeroplane
  • Food: Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner
  • Accommodation: Hotel + Teahouses + Lodges
  • Max Elevation: 3860m

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Everest Panorama Trek is one of the short yet remarkable trekking adventures on the iconic trails of the Everest Base Camp Trek. As its name suggests, this classical trekking adventure in the Everest region offers you the opportunity to relish the true ambiance of the Himalayas and, of course, soak in the beauty of the boundless Himalayan panorama.

Marvel Adventure has designed this unique itinerary package for trekkers who have limited time on hand and can’t push all the way to the foothills of the highest snow-capped figurine in the world, Mt. Everest [ 8,848 meters/ 29,32 feet]. This exciting trekking package takes you across the scenic trekking trails of the most popular Himalayan adventure. You will get the opportunity to explore fascinating highlights of this mainstream region, like its incredible natural scenery, rich Himalayan biodiversity, religious landmarks, and certainly the authentic Sherpa settlements engraved with a rich history.

Even among the other Himalayan trekking adventures, this Everest Panorama View Trek stands out as the most ideal package for a mild Himalayan trekking experience. So, whether you are looking for a family trip filled with Himalayan wonders or an easy grade and short adventure that doesn’t lack remarkable grandeur, it's hard to find a more befitting trekking package than this.

Best Time for Everest Panorama Trek

Everest Panorama Trek | Everest Short Trek

The Everest Panorama Trek is a year-round trekking adventure. As this is a mild form of exploration to experience the magnificence of the Everest region, it can be done throughout the year. However, for the best value experience, we recommend the peak seasons, spring and autumn.

During these peak seasons, the beauty of the region is at its peaks, and they also provide more exploration prospects under pleasant climatic conditions. You will also have more cultural encounters during these peak months, which certainly will add value to your experience.

The temperature in the lower Everest regions averages between 12°C to 17°C during the autumn season. On the other hand, spring accommodates you with slightly warmer temperatures than the autumn season; the daytime temperature in this season ranges between 17°C to 25°C.

If you plan to do this trek during the off seasons like winter and monsoon, you need to pack proper layers and helpful equipment to overcome the challenging weather conditions.


  • Thrilling flight to Lukla enjoying the epic mountain panorama
  • Traversing across Sagarmatha National Park (1976) and exploring its rich biodiversity
  • Magnificent views of the Himalayan massifs like Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Kusum Kanguru, Ama Dablama, Thamserku, and other adjacent peaks
  • Largest village of Khumbu Valley, Khumjung Village
  • Tengboche Monastery, the largest monastery in the entire valley
  • Namche Bazaar, the vibrant Sherpa capital, and ancient popular trading route
  • Authentic Sherpa villages, opportunity to explore their fascinating culture, traditions, and experience warm hospitality

Day to Day Itinerary

  • Day 1 Flight from Kathmandu [1,400 meters/ 4,593 feet] to Lukla [2,800 meters/ 9,186 feet] and trek to Phakding [2,610 meters/ 8,562 feet]

    Elevation Gain: 1,400 meters/ 4,593 feet

    Flight Duration: 40 minutes

    Trek Duration: 3- 4 hours

    The first day of your Everest Panorama Trek itinerary will kick start with a remarkable and thrilling flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. This 40-minute flight will take you above the diverse landscapes of the country, from deep valleys, high hills, and soaring rivers to the rugged Himalayan terrains.

    After landing at Lukla and getting refreshed, you will proceed with the second part of this day’s adventure. You will first descend about 200 meters to reach the bank of the Thado Koshi River and cross a suspension bridge over the river to reach the Buddhist village of Ghat.

    This day’s trekking route will reward you with incredible views of Kusum Kanguru, and after a short hike from Ghat, you will arrive at Phakding, this day’s resting point.

    **Note: During the busy trekking months in the peak seasons, like March, April, May, September, October, and November, the Kathmandu to Lukla flight may be rerouted from Manthali to Lukla**

    • Meals: BLD
    • Accommodation: Tea Houses / Lodges
    • Place: Lukla
    • Altitude: 2680 m
  • Day 2 Phakding to Namche Bazaar [3,440 meters/ 11,286 feet] trekking

    Elevation Gain: 830 meters/ 2,723 feet

    Trek Duration: 6- 7 hours

    This day’s trekking trail is one of the most exciting parts of the mainstream Everest Base Camp Trek. After breakfast, you will move along the charing trekking routes on the north side of the Dudh Koshi River. On this day’s journey, you will cross several suspension bridges, including the renowned Hillary Suspension Bridge.

    Your journey further ahead will take you to the small Sherpa village of Monjo. This is also the checkpoint for the Sagarmatha National Park entrance, and you need to show your permits here. Your gradually ascending route will also reward you with the first glimpse of the mightiest peak in the world, Mount Everest, on this day.

    Moving further in your exciting trekking trails, you will then reach Jorsale after trekking down to the riverbed of Dudh Koshi River. You will take a break here before ascending on a steep section to reach the Sherpa capital, Namche Bazaar.

    • Meals: BLD
    • Accommodation: Tea Houses / Lodges
    • Place: Namche Bazaar
    • Altitude: 3,440 m
  • Day 3 Namche Bazaar to Thame [3,800 meters/ 12,467 feet]

    Elevation Gain: 360 meters/ 1,181 feet

    Trek Duration: 6 hours

    After breakfast, you will the Sherpa capital behind and moe along the charming ascending path through the rhododendron and juniper forests. This day’s remarkable trekking trail will also be accompanied by the picturesque views of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, and Thamserku as you proceed toward Thame.

    Trekking alongside the Bhote Koshi River and the lush landscape of the region, you will first make your toward Phurte. Exploring the ancient mud-plastered stupa at this charming high-altitude settlement, you will then proceed toward Tesho. The short trek on the ascending path from here will finally bring you to the Thame Village.

    This beautiful Himalayan village is known for its conserved primitive Sherpa lifestyle, culture, and traditions. Here, you will also get the opportunity to explore the 350-year-old monastery, Thame Gompa; this Gompa holds the Mani Rimdu festival every year.

    • Meals: BLD
    • Accommodation: Tea Houses / Lodges
    • Place: Thame
    • Altitude: 3,800 m
  • Day 4 Trekking from Thame to Khumjung [3,750 meters/ 12,303 feet] via Everest Hotel View [3,962 meters/ 13,000 feet]

    Elevation Gain: 162 meters/ 531 feet

    Trek Duration: 5- 6 hours

    Today’s exciting trekking trails will lead you to the largest settlement inside the Khumbu Valley, Khumjung Village. You will leave the Thame behind, enjoying the scenic mountain views and the charming landscape as you trek past the mountain Sherpa villages.

    After about 5 hours of trekking from Thame Village on the ascending route, you will reach the Khumjung Village, which is situated at the foothills of Mt. Khumbilla. You can explore the surroundings after you arrive at the village; it is believed that a local monastery in this village houses a scalp of Yeti, a mythical Himalayan creature.

    The first ascender of Mt. Everest, Sir Edmund Hillary, also built a school here in 1961, Khumjung Edmund Hillary School. You can also do a short hike to the school, Sherpa museum and other highlights of the region after this day’s short and scenic trekking adventure.

    • Meals: BLD
    • Accommodation: Tea Houses / Lodges
    • Place: Khumjung
    • Altitude: 3,750 m
  • Day 5 Khumjung to Tengboche [3,860 meters/ 12,664 feet] trek

    Elevation Gain: 110 meters/ 360 feet

    Trek Duration: 4- 5 hours

    This day’s exploration will take you to one of the most significant spiritual realms in the Khumbu region. After leaving Khumjung behind, you will make your descent to the Dudh Koshi River. The incredible views of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, and the surrounding peaks will be bestowed upon you on this day’s journey.

    Trekking across the lush greenery of the rhododendron and pine forests, you will then cross a suspension bridge over the river and move along the rocky trail that stretches all the way to Tengboche. After your arrival at this spiritual village, you can visit the Tengboche Monastery, the largest monastery in the Khumbu Valley, which was built by Lama Gulu in 1916.

    • Meals: BLD
    • Accommodation: Tea Houses / Lodges
    • Place: Tengboche
    • Altitude: 3,860 m
  • Day 6 Trekking back to Namche [3,440 meters/ 11,286 feet] from Tengboche

    Elevation Loss: 420 meters/ 1,377 feet

    Trek Duration: 5 hours

    Starting your trekking adventure enjoying the epic views of Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, and Ama Dablam from Tengboche, you will make your return to the vibrant Sherpa capital on this day. Enjoying the scenic trekking adventure on relatively easy descending trails, you will first make your descent to the Phunki Thenga Village.

    Then, moving along the exhilarating trekking route alongside the pine and rhododendron forest, you will reach the Sansa Village. Moving further in your trails, you will walk beside the Dudh Koshi River and make you ascend during the last leg to reach Namche Bazaar.

    • Meals: BLD
    • Accommodation: Tea Houses / Lodges
    • Place: Namche
    • Altitude: 3,440 m
  • Day 7 Namche Bazaar to Lukla [2,800 meters/ 9,186 feet]

    Elevation Loss: 640 meters/ 2,099 feet

    Trek Duration: 6- 7 hours

    After breakfast in Namche, you will continue with your descending journey to reach the starting point of this adventure, Lukla. During the first part of this day’s adventure, you will make your descent to the Dudh Koshi River and gradually trek past Jorsale and Monjo.

    Then, following the exciting trekking trails on the banks of the river, you will cross several suspension bridges before your trek past Phakding, Dudhkoshi Ghat, and Chaurikharka Village to reach Lukla.

    • Meals: BLD
    • Accommodation: Tea Houses / Lodges
    • Place: Lukla
    • Altitude: 2860 m
  • Day 8 Flight back from Lukla to Kathmandu [1,400 meters/ 4,593 feet]

    Elevation Loss: 1,400 meters/ 4,593 feet

    Flight Duration: 40 minutes

    This day will officially mark the closure of your Everest Panorama Trek. After breakfast, you will take a flight back from Lukla to Kathmandu. You will enjoy the incredible panoramic beauty of the Himalayan region one last in this itinerary before reaching the capital. Flying over the lush green hills, charming settlements in the valley, and pristine fast-flowing rivers, you will make your touchdown at the Tribhuvan International Airport.

    Our representative will then drive back to your hotel after landing in Kathmandu. You can use the rest of the day to stroll around the city for a pleasant evening or shop for souvenirs at the cultural sites.

    • Meals: BLD
    • Accommodation: Hotel
    • Place: Kathmandu
    • Altitude: 1400 m

What to Expect

  • Airport pick up and drop by private vehicle
  • All Domestic flights and airport tax as listed in the itinerary
  • Standard meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) during the trek
  • Government license holder guide 
  • Stong and helpful porter with proper equipment (1 porter for 2 people)
  • Salary, food, accommodation and insurance for guide and porters
  • Tea house/lodge accommodation during the trek
  •  TIMS (Trekking Information Management System) card
  • Sagarmatha National Park entry permit
  • Comprehensive first aid kit with oximeter
  • Government taxes and official expenses
  • International Airfare and taxes
  • Nepal entry visa fee
  • Your Travel Insurance (compulsory)
  • All the expenses of personal nature
  • Any kind of drinks and desserts during the trek
  • Tips for guide and porter (Tipping is expected)


Trip DatesAvailabilityPrice  
17 Jun, 2024 - 24 Jun, 2024GuaranteedUSD 1025
24 Jun, 2024 - 01 Jul, 2024GuaranteedUSD 1025
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Useful Information

What is the Difficulty Level of the Everest Panorama Trek?


This Everest Panorama Trek has been labeled as an easy-grade trekking exploration in the Himalayas. If you are looking for the easiest adventure to relish the fascinating magnificence of the region that houses the world’s tallest peak, it doesn’t get better than this.

In this remarkable trekking adventure, you will traverse across the mainstream trails of the Everest Base Camp Trek and explore the popular highlights of the region. However, this trekking adventure in the Khumbu region will not take you to the high-altitude jump points of the mainstream EBC route. So, you will be able to enjoy a more relaxed and comfortable trekking experience without pushing too much to the alpine altitudes.

Still, this is a high-altitude trekking adventure that will take you to the highest elevation point at Everest Hotel View [3,962 meters/ 13,000 feet]. So, you will still need to acclimatize properly, eat a balanced diet, and meet the hydration quota to avoid any kind of symptoms related to altitude sickness.

Similarly, in this fascinating Himalayan exploration opportunity, you will trek an approximate distance of 50 to 80 km (31 miles to 50 miles). You will need to cover the trekking distance of approximately 5 to 6 hours on average during each day. If you are not well-prepared, then taking on the rugged terrains at rising altitudes can still be quite a challenge.

Is This Trek Suitable for Me?

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Trekking in the Everest region, the home to the highest snow-capped wonder in the world is the lifelong dream of every trekking enthusiast. However, to trek all the way to the foothills of Everest, you will need to overcome the significant altitude barriers. The long hours of trek and ascending to altitudes over 4,000 meters and 5,000 meters can be a demanding trip, which certainly isn’t suitable for every age group.

Thus, to experience the intriguing ambiance of the Everest region without missing out on the popular highlights of the region, Marvel Adventure has designed this ideal itinerary package. This incredible Himalayan excursion with a mild difficulty level is suitable for all trekking enthusiasts who are willing to put in a little bit of effort in training.

The success rate of the Everest Panorama Trek is at an absolute 100%. During this trek, you won’t exceed the altitude of 4,000 meters. The highest elevation point of this entire trek is Everest Hotel View [3,962 meters/ 13,000 feet], which is slightly above the acclimatization destination Namche Bazaar [3,440 meters/ 11,286 feet] in the standard Everest Base Camp Trek route.

So, in overall, this is an incredible trekking opportunity in the most popular Himalayan trekking destination in the world with mild difficulty and suitable for anyone willing to do it. With good health, basic fitness, and a little bit of training, this trekking adventure in the Everest region will become an extraordinary experience, even if you are a complete beginner.

How to Train Effectively for This Trek?

Budget Everest Base Camp Trek

If you want to train more effectively and efficiently for Everest Panorama Trek, you will need to start preparing at least 3 to 6 weeks before the start date. This is the recommended period for training for altitude trekking adventure because the length of preparation will get your body accustomed to physical activities.

You can determine the ideal period for the trek after doing a proper physical assessment as well. If you are physically active, you won’t have to plan the training for a long period. Doing practice hikes is also another efficient way to understand the actual demand of the high altitude terrains in the Himalayan region.

Also, as you will trek for long hours at the rising altitude, you should emphasize your training around strength and stamina training. If you train right for the trek, this iconic Himalayan adventure will feel even more extraordinary.

Strength and Endurance Training Exercises: Squat, Plank, Lunge, Dumbbell Row, Tricep Extension, Bicep Curl, Leg Raise, Leg Press, Pull Up, Push Up, Plank, Deadlift, etc

Stamina and Cardiovascular Exercises: Running, Swimming, Stair Climbing, Jumping Rope, Cardio, Cycling, High Knees, Dancing, Mountain Climber, etc

What Permits Do You Need for the Everest Panorama Trek?

Everest Base Camp Trek Permit

Although this is a milder form of adventure in the Everest region, you will still have to trek through conserved and protected areas. You will need to acquire three permits to do this exciting Himalayan exploration.

Permits Require for the Trek

  • Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit
  • Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Munciplaity Permit
  • Trekkers’ Information Management System (TIMS) Card

Your trekking trail will take you through the protected areas of Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality and Sagarmatha National Park, so both of these permits are absolutely mandatory documents. These permits will cost about US$ 30 (for Sagarmatha National Park) and US$ 20 for (Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality) respectively.

Furthermore, the TIMS Card costs about US$ 17 and has been implemented by the Nepali authorities to improve the safety features for the trekkers. You will be able to get the Sagarmatha National Park Permit (available in Monjo as well) and TIMS Card from the Nepal Tourism Board Office in Kathmandu.

However, you can get the Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Permit only at Lukla and Monjo. As collecting these permits can be a hassle during your exciting journey, Marvel Adventure will collect all the required permits for you.

Trip Safety

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Marvel Adventure ensures the safety and well-being of the trekkers as we follow all the safety protocols during the trip. We take care of every aspect of your well-being during this Himalayan adventure, from sanitization and hygiene to altitude sickness and risk assessment.

Your guide will also conduct a physical inspection at the end of each day’s trek and check your oxygen saturation level to see how well your body is dealing with new altitudes. Similarly, the guide will do a thorough assessment of each day’s activity to ensure it goes seamlessly.

In case of general illness or altitude sickness, your guide who has received high altitude and first-aid training will make a call on the next step, coordinating with the head office. Even though the altitude isn’t significant in this trip and has minimum risk of altitude sickness, we will still arrange the supplementary oxygen bottles if needed

Food and Accommodation in Everest Panorama View Trek

Food and Accommodation in Everest Panorama View Trek

One of the major perks of doing the Himalayan teahouse trekking adventure in Nepal is the enthralling cultural experience. The fascinating culture, traditions, and warm hospitality of the lovely Himalayan natives in this trek will simply melt your heart.

On of that, the unique and delightful set of cuisines that burst with flavors inside your mouth is something to look forward to in this Himalayan adventure. The teahouses prepare meals with fresh and nutritious ingredients; of course, the love they pour while preparing the meals makes them more delicious.

Generally, at the teahouses in this exciting trekking route, you will be able to relish a wide range of local traditions and dishes from different corners of the country. Furthermore, other Asian and Western dishes with a touch of Nepali spices are other popular highlights of this trip.

Breakfast Menus at Teahouses: Tibetan Bread, Toast, Jam, Butter, Honey, Tea, Coffee, Milk, Juice, Salad, Fruits, Oats, Cornflakes, Pudding, Pancake, Paratha, Pakoda, Selroti, Chapati, etc

Lunch and Dinner Menus at Teahouses: Dal Bhat, Dhindo, Gundruk, Momo, Thukpa, Sherpa Stew, Bara, Chowmein, Pasta, Pizza, Spaghetti, Sandwich, Yak Steak, Fries, etc

What Kind of Accommodation Facility is Available?

What Kind of Accommodation Facility is Available

This classical Himalayan adventure takes you along the trails of the mainstream Everest Base Camp Trek route. It means that this is the most popular trekking destination in the entire country, and you will be able to enjoy the perks of the mainstream route.

You will have several accommodation options to choose from during this excursion, from teahouse/guesthouse, lodges, and homestays to mountain huts and camping. You can decide the type of accommodation facilities depending on the experience you are looking for.

Still, teahouse accommodation is one of the most beloved and popular arrangements that trekkers prefer on this route. In this 8 day trekking package, you will stay 7 nights at the teahouses/lodges in the trekking route.

Your standard trekking package will get you a shared room with 2-3 adjacent beds and all basic-level amenities. If you want more comfortable accommodation facilities with extensive amenities, you also have the option to switch to luxurious trekking packages.

Drinking Water

You should drink at least 3-4 liters of water per day in your Everest Panorama View Trek. You will lose a significant amount of water level during the long-haul trekking, and if you don’t maintain the water level, it can put you at risk of several health hazards.

Thus, meeting the hydration quote during each day of the trek is very important. If you are wondering about the most viable option to drink water in this trekking route, filling your bottles at clean water stations is the most suitable option.

You will also be able to buy mineral water bottles at the teahouses during the trek, but we don’t recommend it due to the environmental hazards the plastic usage invites. Also, purchasing water bottles can be expensive as it costs about US$ 2 to US$ 5, depending on the altitude.

So, carrying reusable water bottles and filling them at clean water stations is the most convenient way to drink water on this trip. However, don’t forget to use water purification solutions or tablets to make the water safer. Even though the water source in the mountain is clean, there is no harm in staying on the safer side.

Packing List for Trek for Everest Panorama View Trek

Everest Base Camp Trek In June

Even though the elevation jump point in Everest Panorama View Trek isn’t that significant, you will still have to deal with the climate alternation on this trip. So, you need to pack appropriate layers to stay warm.

Also, adding some trekking equipment can make the journey even more comfortable and enjoyable. However, be mindful of the weight limit of your luggage; the weight limit for porters during the trek is 15 kg per trekker. So, if you don’t pack efficiently, you will have to carry the extra luggage on your own or hire an additional porter for extra cost.

Here are some of our packing suggestions for this Everest Panorama View Trek:

For Head and Upper Body

  • Sun brim hat/sports hat
  • Beanie hat, knitted hat
  • Neck scarf, cowl
  • Moisture-wicking base layers
  • Lightweight shirts or t-shirts (full sleeve and half)
  • Insulating mid layers
  • Vest or sweater
  • Fleece jacket
  • Windproof/waterproof outer layers
  • Down jacket
  • Insulated gloves, woolen gloves

For Lower Body and Feet

  • Moisture-wicking base and mid-layers
  • Waterproof/windproof trousers
  • Hiking shorts
  • Insulated woolen trousers
  • Several pairs of underwear
  • Lightweight and insulated socks
  • Insulated trekking boots
  • Comfortable trainer shoes
  • Slippers or crocks

Personal Hygiene/Toiletries

  • Bar soap, shampoo, and conditioners
  • Sunscreen cream, body lotion
  • Quick dry towel
  • Tissue paper, toilet paper
  • Nail clipper and small mirror
  • Toothbrush, toothpaste, and dental floss
  • Foot powder and deodorants
  • Bug repellent
  • Sanitizer
  • Personal medication
  • First aid kit


  • Sunglasses with UV protection
  • Trekking poles
  • Backpack/ daypack
  • Packing sacks
  • Sleeping bag
  • Rain cover
  • Reusable water bottle and thermos
  • Headlamp
  • Powerbank and portable solar charger
  • Map, compass, and guidebook
  • Pen and journals
  • Camera
  • Binoculars
  • Board games or entertainment set

Internet and Electricity

As the Everest Panorama View Trek takes you across the major trekking destination in Nepal, the internet and electricity facilities in trails are more developed than in other remote trekking regions. Electricity is readily available throughout the exciting trekking route, and you will be able to charge your devices at break stops and your teahouse destination for the night.

Similarly, Everest Link is one of the popular modes of wireless internet facility in the Everest region. If you are not satisfied with the internet services at the teahouses on the route, you can use Everest Link to update your friends and family about the adventure.

Alos, the sim card you will use inside the country also does offer internet services. NTC and Ncell are two major telecom operators in the country, and both of them offer suitable data packages depending on your needs. You can visit the official sites of both of these networks, Ncell and NTC, to find the most ideal deal for you.

Some Related FAQs

Can a beginner do Everest Panorama Trek?

Yes, this easy-grade trekking adventure in the Everest region, which is remarkably shorter than 12 Days Everest base camp trek itinerary, is absolutely suitable for beginners as well.

How long is Everest Panorama?

The standard Everest Panorama itinerary lasts about six to nine days long.

How much does this trek cost?

General Everest Panorama trek costs about US$ 1,000 to US$ 1,500. If you are booking a luxurious mode of trekking, it can cost upto US$ 4,000.

Is there a risk of altitude sickness in this trek?

In this panorama trek, you won’t push for an altitude above 4,000 meters, so the risk of altitude sickness is pretty low. You will also trek slowly, acclimatizing to the new altitude in our itinerary plan, which further minimizes its risks.

Will I need supplementary oxygen for this trip?

The altitude gain in this Himalayan exploration is not as significant as other trekking adventures, so you will not need supplementary oxygen bottles.

Is there a cellphone coverage enroute?

Yes, most part of this trekking route has good cellphone coverage from local networks like Ncell and NTC. You will also be able to use the internet services provided by these networks in this trek.

Can I bring children above 12 on this trek?

This trek is specially designed for families for a remarkable Himalayan trekking experience. So, this trek is suitable for any age group with good health conditions.

Do I need crampons to do this trek?

If you are planning to do this trek during the peak seasons (autumn and spring), you don’t need to use crampons. However, if you are planning your trip during the off-season (winter and monsoon), you may need to use crampons depending on the trail conditions.

Does this route take you to Everest Base Camp?

Unfortunately, no, this trekking route doesn’t push all the way to Everest Base Camp. Still, you will be trekking on the mainstream EBC route and will trek upto Tengboche [3,860 meters/ 12,664 feet].

Who are my guides?

Rest assured, you will be in good hands; our government-licensed guides have significant years of experience in the Everest region. Also, they have received first aid and high-altitude training, so it certainly enhances the safety of your trip.


  • Marie Sønderup
    Marie Sønderup, Denmark

    Beautiful trek with an excellent guide

    I hadn't done much research before going on this trip. However, I was well informed before arriving by the company, and there was a fast respond to my emails.I went on this trip as a solo female traveller. I was set me up in a small group of other female travellers, which I appreciated. The guide made me feel very safe through out the trip and made us feel comfortable as a groupe. He was very informative, and he gladly answered all our questions. On our way, we heard about bad experiences with other guides ect., so I was really glad that I felt that I was in good hands. The trek itself is hard, especially because I chose to carry my own backpack, but it is so beautiful and really worth it. I can only recommend this trip! Beautiful surroundings and a great guide!

  • Kelly H
    Kelly H, United States

    Great Experience!

    I did a solo panorama 8 days trip with Marvel Adventure this past May. The trip was well organized and Nir was very helpful when it comes to preplanning itinerary and answered all the questions I had before the start of the trip. The team met with me the day before to go over the list of things to prepare and also helped me to rent any gear that I missed to bring, which it was super helpful! My guide, Dibash, was very knowledgeable and quick to adapt to my needs during our treks. I wanted to lengthen one of my descending days so the second leg of the trip won't be so tiring and he was able to make that happen. We also had an flight incident of almost not making back to Kathmandu due to the weather conditions in Lukla and Dibash was able to make sure we got on the first flight once the weather cleared up. It's always nice to know when the agency you worked with are experienced and have solutions when the problem arise. I recommend booking with them if you are looking to do private group, family trip, or solo trip. They will definitely take care of you.

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