The Everest View Trek 7 Days is made for you to relish the views of the world's tallest summit, Mt. Everest, without having to go on a long and tiresome trek to Everest Base Camp. The 7 days view trek to Everest has everything there is to offer and more.
As its name suggests, the Everest View Trek is a short trek connected to the spectacular Everest view. The short Everest View Trek offers a wide variety of Nepal's panoramic mountain views and one-of-a-kind cultural interactions with the Sherpa people and their vibrant, deeply connected Buddhist culture. Anyone looking for an easy trip that allows them to take in the incredible grandeur of the Nepalese Himalayas, especially Everest, should go on this trail.
Enjoy the distinctive Sherpa culture while on the trek through Sagarmatha National Park. Delve into the rich cultural heritage of the Sherpa, all while on a calm and refreshing trek experience in the Everest region! Trekking through their incredibly diverse villages offers the chance to explore the local Sherpas' customs and way of life. And traversing the richly diverse flora and fauna in the varying landscape is a beautiful experience!
Join the intriguing 5-day Everest View Trek with Outfitter Nepal. It is a unique trek through the slopes of the highest peak in the world. Moreover, the journey will introduce you to the fascinating Sherpa culture, the vast grandeur of nature, and the best of the wilderness. Don't pass up this chance to have the adventure of a lifetime.
Best Features of the Everest View Trek
- Scenic and thrilling flight experience to Lukla
- Explore Namche Bazaar
- Breathtaking panoramic views of the Nepalese Himalayas
- Get up close with Mt. Everest
Everest View Trek: The Right Choice for you
The Everest View Trek is specially catered to those with limited time on their hands. If you still want to be up close with Everest and experience the intricacies of the Everest region, the 5-day trek is a great choice!
Side Note: If you still want to make it to Everest Base Camp without the hassle of trekking for two weeks in the Everest Region at Outfitter Nepal, we also offer helicopter service to and from the base camp. It is an incredible experience, and you can manage to reach an altitude of over 5000metres without the exhausting struggle of trekking! It only takes around 15 minutes from Namche Bazaar to Everest Base Camp. Let us know if you are interested in a Helicopter trip to Everest Base Camp. We can surely customize the package for you at a great deal!
An Exciting Flight to Lukla
Lukla flight is the experience for you if you want a significant adrenaline rush! Few people have the chance, or to put it another way, the guts, to take a flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. One of the riskiest airports in the world is the one at Lukla. For context, during the busiest months, 20 to 30 planes land in Lukla daily. Thus, almost all the 30,000 trekkers who travel to the region annually transit through Lukla!
While it is statistically riskier than a conventional commercial airport, it is relatively safe. The number of aircraft that may fly the route is limited, and airlines have tightened their regulations for what constitutes acceptable flight circumstances. The trip to Lukla can still make you nervous despite advances in passenger safety! The thrill of the rush is worth making an effort.
Enrich in the Rich Sherpa Cultural Experience
It is no surprise that Sherpas are renowned for their expertise in mountaineering. Westerners would approach locals for assistance navigating the dangerous terrain when they first started exploring the Himalayas. The Himalayan Sherpa people were adept at navigating the mountains. They are used to the lack of oxygen because they live at a high altitude. They rose to fame as mountain guides due to their unique abilities and financial guarantees.
The Sherpas had honed their adaption to the harsh, desolate landscape like any mountain tribe. They were farmers who relied on the trade of the Himalayan passes for their livelihood. The numerous gompas and chortens are proof that Buddhism had a profound influence on their way of life. You may learn more about Sherpa culture during your Everest Trek!
Everest View Trek 7 Days Itinerary
A brief, beautiful flight from Kathmandu will take you to Lukla, where the trip begins. As soon as we touch down in Lukla, we hike along the Dudh Koshi River, pass several suspension bridges, and then enter Sagarmatha National Park. We traverse stunning rhododendron forests as we stroll through the national park. We rest for the day after we finally reach Namche Bazaar. Namche Bazaar is a small town embedded in the foothills of Everest and brimming with Sherpa culture. We have an exploration day around Namche Bazaar. There are a lot of activities to do in Namche Bazaar!
Following the trek via Khumjung and Monjo, we enjoy breathtaking views of Mt. Everest and other Himalayan peaks, including Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, and other nearby summits. As we return to Lukla and board a flight to Kathmandu, we finally end our brief and comfortable trip.
Traverse the Diversity of Sagarmatha National Park
Several threatened species, like the snow leopard and red panda, inhabit the Sagarmatha National Park. It is a spectacular landscape with stunning mountains, glaciers, deep valleys, and seven peaks other than Mount Everest that rise above 7,000 meters. Founded in 1976 and with more than 2,500 Sherpa settlers, it has always combined nature and culture.
The world's highest peak, Mt. Sagarmatha (Everest), the Great Himalayan Range, and the vast Sherpa communities exemplify the park's openness to the rest of the world with eternally beautiful snow-capped summits. The park was enlisted as a UNESCO world heritage site in 1979 in recognition of the meticulous preservation of its natural heritage. Likewise, with the breathtaking magnificence of its tall, geologically pristine mountains and glaciers, the park has a flavor of its own.
Explore Namche Bazaar
Join the most welcoming communities in Namche Bazaar. Connect with the most welcoming people by entering Namche Bazaar, a location with stunning vistas. Expeditions to Everest and other nearby Himalayan peaks leave from Namche Bazaar (3,500 m). It has grown into a tiny, vibrant market town that sells everything you need for your journey, from Tibetan antiquities to trekking and climbing gear.
The tourist center near the park's main entrance provides thorough information on the many treks in the area, souvenirs from past climbing expeditions, and details on the Sherpa people's way of life and culture.
The Namche Bazaar is a teeming collection of shops, eateries, hotels, ATMs, and bakeries. A new alternative, such as bakeries, temples, or museums, lies around every corner of the narrow alleyway in the Namche market, which is shared by yaks, monks, Sherpa traders, and locals.
Despite its modernization, Namche Bazaar continues to uphold its historical customs, culture, and genuine hospitality.
Everest View Trek Cost
For a group of 7 to 12 people, the Everest view trek's cost is around US$ 800. The price incorporates the provision of standard facilities based on our Outfitter Nepal package. Similarly, for a group of 2 to 6, the package cost is about US$ 900. If you are interested in solo trekking, the cost of a single person for the trek is US$ 1150.
The cost mentioned above for the trek is the standard package cost based on our itinerary. The cost will vary if you want to customize the trek package, such as upgrading to a luxury-style hotel or taking a helicopter flight. Similarly, we also offer these services if you add other traveling options to the itinerary, such as traveling to Pokhara/Chitwan, rafting, or jungle safari activities.