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Everest Panorama View Trek

June 21, 2017

Everest Panorama view trek is a short hiking trip around the beautiful Khumbu region, particularly around Everest, the giant among giants. As the name suggests; this trek offers panoramic views of the majestic Mt Everest and other Himalayan peaks. Venture program best suits avid travelers who want to visit the Himalayas but do not have time for longer treks. Novices in trekking can also experience real backpacking while on this trip and made your proud feelling after seen the world highest peak.

The trek starts after an early morning flight from Kathmandu city to Lukla. On the first day we trek to Phakding and stay overnight at lodge. The next day, we make our way to Namche bazar which is also known as the gateway of Mount Everest. After a day’s rest in Namche Bazaar, we head off to Tengboche. Tengboche is famous for its ancient Buddhist monastery. After Tengboche, we make our won way back to Lukla via Khumjung and Phakding village.
Everest panorama view trek is known as glimpse of Everest trek. If you do not have enough time to trek for long time and willing to see Mount Everest then why not just trek up to Namche Bazaar as well as Everest view hotel. This hotel is the view point which provides breathtaking views of mountain ranges. You can have some tea, coffee at hotel. You can see main peaks from right hand side Mt Kusum Kangaru 6370m., Thamserku 6618m., Kantega 6783m, Ama Dablam 6814m., Island peak 6165m, Lhotse 8516m., Everest 8848m., Nuptse 7864m., Taboche peak 6495m., Kwangde 6187m. and many more peaks. By the way, above Namche bazaar, there is one airport which is known as highest airport in the world and called Syangboche airport, situated at 3820m above sea level. At this trek, you can visit the large Sherpa villages of Khumbu. In Khumjung, there is a monastery where you can see the Yeti’s skull as well as hospital, it is the first hospital in Khumbu region built by Himalayan trust in 1966.
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