Everest Panorama Trek

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  • 8 Days
Price per personUS$899
We Offer Group Price
No. of peoplePrice P.P
1 - 1 US$ 1255
2 - 2 US$ 1155
3 - 5 US$ 1099
6 - 10 US$ 999
11 - 30 US$ 899
22 July, 2024
$1255 x 1 guests:
$1255

Total
$1255
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  • Trip Duration8 Days
  • Difficulty LevelEasy-Moderate
  • Best SeasonMarch/May/April/ Sep/Oct/Nov
  • Max Altitude3900 m

Overview

“Embark upon a short-but-thrilling excursion into the heart of the Khumbu highlands, where you’ll come face-to-face with the incomparable majesty of the legendary Mount Everest.”
 

Join Alpine Ramble Treks on the most accessible Everest trek in Nepal.

For seasoned adventurers, there’s nothing quite like the Khumbu. This is Nepal’s most fabled territory, where Mount Everest rises above a sea of surrounding Himalayan mountains to touch the sky itself. This part of the country is also home to the hard-working Sherpa people, who are widely acclaimed for their hospitality and masterful mountaineering skills. Is it any wonder that travelers from all over the world are drawn to trek in the Everest region? Many winding trails crisscross the peaks and valleys of the mountains here in Khumbu, leading to holy lakes, ancient monasteries, and unbelievable alpine viewpoints. But this is a remote territory, far from the nearest airports and highways—and it takes time to reach Khumbu’s most spectacular destinations. That’s why Alpine Ramble Treks has developed our Everest Panorama Trek. Over the course of just about one week, you’ll achieve unforgettable views that will rival any you’ll find elsewhere in the Himalayas.

 

Explore the wilds of the Khumbu on the Everest Panorama Trek.

Make no mistake: the Everest Panorama Trek represents one of the very best treks in Nepal. In fact, much of your trail will actually overlap with the world-famous Everest Base Camp Trek, affording you a glimpse into one of the most time-honored hiking routes in the entire world. While we’ll stop short of visiting base camp itself on this more accessible trekking itinerary, you’ll nevertheless plunge into the scenic wilderness of Sagarmatha National Park to discover the wonders of Nepal’s natural landscapes. You’ll cross swiftly flowing rivers tumbling from high-altitude glaciers, trek beneath the boughs of evergreen and rhododendron forests, and ascend to sheer alpine heights. Keen-eyed travelers may even be lucky enough to spot some of Khumbu’s most iconic wildlife, including ungulates like the musk deer and Himalayan tahr, as well as colorful birds like the Himalayan monal and snowcock. When you trek in the Khumbu, there’s bound to be beauty everywhere you look.

 

Feast your eyes on the majesty and splendor of the mighty Mount Everest.

Trekking in Nepal is all about the journey: from your very first footsteps in the mountain town of Lukla, you’ll discover breathtaking scenery, taste unforgettable Nepali cuisine, and make plenty of new friends in the Sherpa communities you’ll visit. But there’s something to be said for the destination of your trek in the Khumbu, too: Mount Everest itself is the world’s tallest mountain, and there’s no adequate preparation for seeing it with your own two eyes. Rising to 8,848 meters in elevation, the towering edifice of Everest is like a colossal magnet, drawing you closer to its grandeur with each step you take on the trail. Your trek in the Khumbu will culminate with a close-up view of this sublime Himalayan summit, as well as the neighboring mountains of Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, and Thamserku—among others. With such magnificent scenery to offer, it’s no wonder that this trek is also known as the Everest View Panorama Trek. When you’re ready to experience this thrilling trek for yourself, contact Alpine Ramble Treks via WhatsApp at +977 9851175531.

 

Best Time of Year for the Everest Panorama Trek

The best time of year for the Everest Panorama Trek is much the same as the best time of year for the Everest Base Camp Trek. Weather in Nepal is variable, and the best trekking seasons are usually determined by the arrival of the summer monsoon. In order to avoid the wettest conditions, many hikers travel during the spring, which occurs from February to March. This is the time of year when wildflowers are in bloom, and temperatures are at their most comfortable. Other trekkers might prefer to undertake the Everest View Trek during the autumn season, between September and November. This is perhaps the best time of year for crisp days and clear mountain views. Of course, winter treks are also possible; while temperatures can be cold and trails can be packed with snow, there is an undeniable appeal to enjoying the majesty of the Khumbu without a crowd. While the summer monsoon can make trekking challenging during this season, Alpine Ramble Treks will be happy to arrange a suitable adventure for you at any time of the year.

 

Please note: On rare occasions, domestic flights between Kathmandu and Lukla may be delayed or canceled due to weather conditions. This can happen during any time of the year, and you can rest assured that Alpine Ramble Treks will work with you to make any possible alternative arrangements to minimize the interruption to your holiday.

 

Everest Panorama Trek Difficulty

Prior trekking experience is not a prerequisite for our Everest Panorama Trek, and most travelers in reasonable health will be able to complete this itinerary without serious difficulty. However, this trek does reach a maximum altitude of approximately 3,700 meters, where it’s possible to experience symptoms of altitude sickness. For this reason, you should be in good health and physical fitness before embarking upon the Everest Panorama Trek. Walking, running, and other forms of cardiovascular exercise are great ways to prepare for the opportunity to visit the high-altitude Khumbu region. An expert guide from Alpine Ramble Treks will also be assigned to watch over you, monitor your progress and condition, and shepherd you safely through Nepal’s most stunning alpine environments.

 

More Everest Trekking Options

Not sure if our Everest Panorama Trek is the right choice for you? Never fear—there are no bad choices when it comes to trekking in Nepal. If you’re looking for an even shorter trek, our Everest View Trek offers the chance to earn great views of Mount Everest in the space of just five days. And if you have a little more time to spare and would like to explore more of the Khumbu, it’s hard to beat our classic Everest Base Camp trekking itinerary. Of course, you aren’t limited to the Khumbu when it comes to picking the best treks in Nepal. The Annapurna Base Camp Trek and Langtang Valley Trek are stars in their own right, and each hiking itinerary offers the chance to venture into remote corners of the Himalayas to discover a bewitching combination of nature and culture. Best of all, each of these itineraries can be customized to meet your needs. If you aren’t sure where to start, contact Alpine Ramble Treks today for some free expert advice!

 

Highlights

  • Earn fantastic views of Mount Everest in just one week of trekking.
  • Get a taste of the tantalizing Everest Base Camp Trek.
  • Walk beneath the long shadows of towering Himalayan mountains like Ama Dablam and Thamserku.
  • Explore the architectural and cultural wonders of Kathmandu, Nepal’s capital city.

 

Additional Benefits

  • Free transfers to and from Tribhuvan International Airport upon arrival and departure.
  • Complimentary use of any necessary trekking equipment, such as sleeping bags, down jackets, duffle bags, walkie-talkies, trekking poles, and an oximeter to monitor your oxygen and pulse.
  • Fun souvenirs of your Himalayan adventure: a trekking route map, a t-shirt emblazoned with the Alpine Ramble Treks logo, and a hat!

 

Please note: The trekking times indicated below are approximate and are best used as general guidelines. During the Everest Panorama Trek, you’ll be able to travel freely at your own pace.

Itinerary

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It’s time to prepare for your adventure on the Everest Panorama Trek! When you arrive at the Tribhuvan International Airport, a member of the Alpine Ramble Treks team will be waiting to meet you. After welcoming you to Nepal, our representative will escort you to the popular Thamel district of Kathmandu, where you’ll get checked into your hotel for the night. Your trekking guide will also meet you at the hotel, and you’ll have the opportunity to ask any questions about the Everest Panorama Trek before we get started tomorrow morning. You’ll have the rest of the afternoon and evening at your leisure, with plenty of time to explore the colorful markets and irresistible restaurants of Thamel. Later, you’ll return to your hotel to spend your first night in the Himalayan country of Nepal.

  • Accommodation: Hotel
  • Meals: Breakfast
  • Max. Altitude: 1350 m

To begin the Everest Panorama Trek, we’ll first need to reach the gateway to the Khumbu: Lukla. This mountain town is just a short flight from Kathmandu, but it’s likely to be one of the most scenic you’ve ever experienced—be sure to grab a window seat! When we land in Lukla, we’ll get acquainted with the rest of our trekking team, including the hard-working porters who make Everest treks possible. When it’s time to set out, we’ll hit the trail and turn our feet towards Phakding.

You can expect about four hours of walking today, which makes for a pleasant introduction to the challenges of trekking at high altitudes. Our steps will trace the cold waters of the Dudh Koshi River, and our path will lead us through the Sherpa villages of Cheplung and Ghat. During this first real day of trekking in the Khumbu, you’re sure to be awestruck by the impressive sight of mighty Himalayan summits piercing the sky—and when we arrive in Phakding, you’ll be ready for a good night’s rest. When you trek in Nepal, you can expect to enjoy comfortable, basic trekking lodges or teahouses. You’ll always have a clean bed, a hot meal, and plenty of good conversation.

Please note: Your flight to Lukla may depart from the Ramechhap Airport in Manthali rather than Kathmandu, due to ongoing upgrades at the Tribhuvan International Airport. Alpine Ramble Treks will keep you apprised of the situation and arrange any necessary additional transportation via microbus.



  • Accommodation: Trekking Lodge
  • Hiking time: 6 hrs approx
  • Meals: Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner
  • Max. Altitude: 3,450m

After a hearty breakfast in Phakding, we’ll set our course for Namche Bazaar. For our money, there’s no more alluring destination in all of the Khumbu. Even its very name conjures images of adventure and intrigue; this is a historic trading town nestled in a bowl of impossibly scenic Himalayan mountains. To get there, we’ll traverse some truly jaw-dropping scenery. Today’s route will bring us across several gravity-defying suspension bridges laden with colorful prayer flags and into the cool, deep shade of pine and rhododendron forests. Between the boughs of the trees, you’ll be able to spot the towering peaks known as Kusum Kanguru (6,367 meters) and Thamserku (6,608 meters). Before we arrive in Namche Bazaar, you’ll even get your first good look at Mount Everest itself.

When we first set foot in Namche, your instinct will be to explore the town to its fullest—and who could blame you? This vibrant community is full of irresistible bakeries, fascinating museums, and gobsmacking mountain views. We’ll get checked into our lodge and unload our bags, leaving you the rest of the afternoon and evening to explore Namche at your leisure. If you’re looking for souvenirs of your trek in Nepal, don’t miss the main market—you’ll find everything you could want to commemorate your time here in Khumbu.

  • Accommodation: Trekking Lodge
  • Hiking time: 6-7 hrs approx
  • Meals: Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner
  • Max. Altitude: 3700 m

We’ll continue following in the footsteps of trekkers bound for Everest Base Camp today, leaving the Himalayan hub of Namche Bazaar behind us as we climb higher into the mountains of the Khumbu. You’ll be on your feet for about four or five hours, traversing lush rhododendron forests and stopping to visit the memorial stupa dedicated to Nepal’s most famous mountaineer, Tenzing Norgay. Throughout the course of today’s portion of the Everest Panorama Trek, you’ll catch tantalizing glimpses of the region’s most spectacular peaks: Thamserku, Kangtega, Lhotse, Kusum Kanguru, and—of course—the incomparable Everest, known here in Nepal as Sagarmatha or Chomolungma.

Tengboche boasts what’s arguably the most famous monastery in the entirety of the Himalayas, and a visit to this ancient gompa is sure to represent the highlight of your stay in this scenic mountain town. If you’re lucky, you may even be able to witness the monastery’s dedicated monks as they observe their daily prayers and rituals; respectful visitors are always welcome. You’ll also want to spend some time simply admiring the spectacular views from Tengboche itself. Later this evening, you’ll bed down in the cozy accommodations of the best available trekking lodge or teahouse for another good night’s rest.

  • Accommodation: Trekking Lodge
  • Hiking time: 4-5 hrs approx
  • Meals: Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner
  • Max. Altitude: 3,860m

This morning, we’ll enjoy a leisurely breakfast as dawn breaks gloriously across the peaks and troughs of the mighty Himalayan mountains. When we’re ready to set off, we’ll plunge into the beautiful green world of rhododendron forests and trace the shoreline of the Dudh Koshi river once again before arriving in Khumjung after about five or six hours on the trail. Your time here in Khumjung is sure to be unforgettable, as this is one of the most remarkable villages you’ll visit during any trek in Nepal. The community lies clustered at the base of the sacred mountain Khumbila, known locally as the God of the Khumbu. It’s one of the larger towns in this part of Nepal, and you’ll have the chance to mingle with local Sherpas as you unwind from today’s trek.

From Khumjung, we’ll also set out on a short hike to visit the Hotel Everest View, where you’ll earn what might be the finest views of the mountain on our entire Everest trek. This is what you’ve come to Nepal to see: a breathtaking panoramic view not only of Mount Everest, but also the entire majesty of the Khumbu: Lhotse, Ama Dablam, and many more jaw-dropping Himalayan giants. Later this afternoon, we’ll return to town to spend the night in our comfortable guesthouse accommodations. Before you turn in for the night, consider paying a visit to the Khumjung monastery: its colorful artwork is splendid, and its hushed interior houses what’s purported to be a scalp of the legendary yeti!

  • Accommodation: Trekking Lodge
  • Hiking time: 4-5 hrs approx
  • Meals: Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner
  • Max. Altitude: 3900m

After a sumptuous breakfast and plenty of hot tea in the lovely community of Khumjung, we’ll begin the last phase of our Everest trek. It’s time to begin retracing our steps, descending from the highlands of the Khumbu and hiking in the direction of Lukla. We’ll traverse barren hilltops surrounded on all sides by towering Himalayan peaks, pass ancient chortens marking our path, and arrive in Namche Bazaar just in time for an early lunch—or a last-minute shopping trip. You’ll see the colorful rooftops of Namche from a long way off, signaling the approximate halfway point of today’s trek.

As we depart from Namche for the last time, we’ll reenter the evergreen forests that characterize the lower slopes of the Khumbu. After about five hours of total hiking today, we’ll find ourselves pulling into Lukla once again. We’ll get checked in at our comfortable hotel, where you’ll have the chance to enjoy a hot shower and a change of clothes before we get our trekking team together for a final celebratory meal here in town. Lukla is known for its quirky vibes, excellent cuisine, and a pervasive sense of adventure. While our own adventure on the Everest Panorama Trek is drawing to a close, we still have one night to spend here in the mountains of the Khumbu.

  • Accommodation: Trekking Lodge
  • Hiking time: 6 hrs approx
  • Meals: Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner
  • Max. Altitude: 2810 m

After an unforgettable Everest trekking adventure, it’s time to depart from the magical alpine landscapes of the Khumbu. We’ll board our flight from Lukla to Kathmandu early this morning, while the weather is clear and the mountain views are at their most spectacular. As the sprawling majesty of the Himalayas unfolds beneath the wings of your plane, you’ll savor one last look at the incredible sights that have drawn you to embark upon your unforgettable Everest Panorama Trek. And when it comes to trekking in Nepal, hiking amongst the tallest mountains on the planet is surely the chief draw—who wouldn’t want to see Mount Everest with their own eyes?

But don’t be surprised if it’s the people and culture of Nepal that make a lasting impression on you. When we arrive back in Kathmandu, we’ll get checked into your hotel, leaving the rest of the afternoon and evening for you to explore the city at your leisure. From the twin stupas of Swayambhunath and Boudhanath to the sprawling temple complex at Kathmandu Durbar Square, Nepal’s capital is full of architectural and religious wonders. Of course, culture and food are also inseparable—and you’ll find no shortage of tempting restaurants here. If you need any recommendations or would like to arrange a guided tour of the city, Alpine Ramble Treks would be happy to help.

  • Accommodation: Hotel
  • Max. Altitude: 30 m
  • Meals: Breakfast
  • 2800 m

When it’s time for your departure flight, Alpine Ramble Treks will bring you back to the Tribhuvan International Airport. We hope you’ve enjoyed the unforgettable experience of trekking in Nepal, and we can’t wait to welcome you back to our country. Thank you for choosing Alpine Ramble Treks to arrange your Everest Panorama Trek!

    Trip map

    Everest Panorama Trek map

    Trip inclusion

    • International Airport- Hotel- Airport pick up and drop off by private car/Jeep/ Hiace.
    • Meals on a full-board basis (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner/ the main course) during the trek in the mountain.
    • Alpine Ramble’s experienced, government licensed, English-speaking trekking guide.
    • All salary, food, drinks, accommodation, transport, and insurance for the guide.
    • All necessary papers including Everest national park permit and TIMS card (Trekking Information Management System) 
    • Trekking equipment such as the Sleeping bag, and down jacket on request (optional)
    • Trekking lodges (Tea House) throughout the trek
    • Assistant guide for group 6 or above
    • Airfare from Kathmandu – Lukla - Kathmandu including airport departure tax in the both Kathmandu and Lukla airport
    • Supplementary snacks: energy bar, crackers, cookies, etc.
    • Seasonal fresh fruits dessert every evening after dinner.
    • Appreciation of certificate after the successful trek.
    • Farewell Dinner at a typical Nepalese restaurant with traditional music and dance
    • Alpine Ramble’s complimentary free T-shirt/  route map and a duffel bag (if required)
    • Oximeter to measure your oxygen and Pulse level during the trek in the mountain, it’s very useful for all the trekkers to be aware of the high altitude sickness.
    • Compressive first aid box (Guide will carry it throughout the trek).
    • Emergency rescue operation assistance in arranging in case of complex health conditions (funded by your Travel Insurance)
    • All government, Local taxes/ vat, and official Expenses

     

    • Nepal entry visa fees (you can easily issue the visa on arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu). $25 USD for 15 days Visa.
    • Extra accommodation and meals behind schedule (Foods and accommodations before or after the trek) 
    • Extra drinks as alcoholic & non-alcoholic such as Fanta, Coca-cola, sprite, water, beer, etc.
    • Additional costs by out of management control due to the landscape, weather conditions, illness, changes in government policies, strikes, physical condition, etc.
    • Surplus luggage charges for domestic airport
    • Personal expenses such as snacks, laundry, telephone, WIFI, hot shower, etc at tea houses on a trek.
    • Travel insurance has to cover emergency rescue evacuation from the high-altitude 
    • Personal trekking equipment for this trek 
    • Tips for guide and staff (Tipping is expected
    • Any other expenses that are not mentioned in the Price Include section of this trek.

    Trip Info

     

    Food on Everest Panorama View Trek

    Trekking in the Himalayas is an amazing adventure experience of a lifetime, for multiple days of trekking, we obviously need a solid diet and hygienic foods to keep us strong and energized. As we trek in the mountain our body obviously needs a good level of dieting foods like protein and carbohydrates to maintain our fitness level for the trekking. However, the meal on this trek is very handy but it might be slightly different in size/taste than it in city areas.

    During the trek, we have a pretty wide selection of the food items on the tea houses menus which are originated and prepared by the local community, the names of the most common meals of the region as given below.

    Common Breakfast options - Tibetan Breads (a fried bread in oil, it’s also named Gurung bread in the Annapurna area), Chapati with Cheese (dry bread- a local wheat bread), Oatmeal, French toast with jam, honey, and peanut butter, Corn Flakes, Hashed brown, fried, Scrambles and boiled eggs, pancakes, porridge with milk, Muesli, Vegetable items and any kind of hot drinks are available except espresso, Americano

    Common Lunch options – different verity of Thukpa (noodle soup), Dahl and Bhat (Nepalese local meal), Momos ( dumplings), Tibetan / chapatti bread, Macroni, Spaghetti, Sherpa Stew, a verity of soups, steaks, potatoes items, Sandwiches, Pizza, rice with curry, spring rolls, burgers and Pizza, yak steak and desserts items.

    Common Dinner options- Momos (dumplings) different verity of Thukpa (noodle soup), Dahl and Bhat (Nepalese local meal), Tibetan / chapatti bread, Macroni, Spaghetti, Sherpa Stew, a verity of soups, steaks, potatoes items, Sandwiches, Pizza, rice with curry, spring rolls, Raman soups, burgers and Pizza, yak steak, desserts items, hot and cold drinks are available on the menus on tea house, the menu’s selected meals are fresh and healthy with hygienic specialists by the mountain for the mountain trekkers.

    On the tea houses, the menu has plenty of non-veg items mentioned but officially any of the meats are not on our list of recommendations because the meat in the mountain such as high areas is not sanitary and healthy. However, we would like to persuade you to avoid taking meat, Alcoholic drinks, and smoking.

    Deseret and Snacks options,- Rice Pudding, Apple pie, fruits snicker/ mars bar, popcorns, cake, and pastries, etc.

    Hot Drink options – Varieties of hot drinks like black/milk coffees, black/mint/ginger/Green/ lemon honey teas, hot chocolates, hot mango juice, hot oranges juice, hot pineapple juice, etc.)

     

    Water options during Everest Panorama View Trek

    The water on a trek is available at every trekking lodge or shopping shop along the way, buying a regular bottle of mineral water costs 1-3 USD per litter. Annapurna region has plenty of water sources to get the water as you can also refill the water from the random taps or water sources, refilling waters from any of those sources is potable but it will be fine to drink with a Lifetraw or using the water purification pills – at least 2-4 L water per day is recommended to drink that keeps you hydrated.

     

    Accommodation facts on Everest Panorama View Trek

    Accommodations on the mountain are very simple in tea hoses. The rooms typically only 2- 3 single beds with nice and warm blankets, pillows, comfortable matrices, attached bathrooms (not everywhere), and nice views. However, a single private room will be provided during the trek without any extra cost for solo female travelers.

    During the trek, we will ensure and accommodate you to the best available tea houses with great views of the mountain and sceneries.

    NOTE: Kathmandu has a large range of luxury stars hotel offers to select for your stay. However, we will also be pleased to be part of this help to make the reservations for the 4 and 5-star hotel booking as well on request.

     

    Passport and Visa

    If you are traveling to Nepal you need to have a visa to enter Nepal. However, the arrival visa is available at Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu where you can simply get an On Arrival Visa” and you must enter Nepal within six months from the visa issued date. Your total stay is counted starting from the day you enter Nepal.

    You will be charged $40 USD as visa application fees for 30 days tourist visa to the forefingers except for Chinese and India. For those tourists who have Indian and Chinese passports then you do not need a visa (Free Visa)!

     

    Best Time to Do Everest Panorama View Trek

    Choose the best month for your remarkable trekking experience of a lifetime! Nepal has five seasons like many other countries; spring, Summer, Monsoon, Autumn, and Winter. Among all these seasons there is mainly two distinct trekking season for Everest Base Camp or any region treks in Nepal which are autumn and spring.

    Spring (Pre-monsoon) – Spring includes Feb, March, April, and May, the weather in this month is largely stable and dry with a moderate climate. This time of the year is fairly perfect for trekking in the Everest region offers a crystal clear view of the mountains and sceneries every day, the Temperature can reach up to 15- 20 degrees Celsius in the daytime and the temperature the nighttime can drop down to - 8/12 degrees Celsius. The spring welcomes thousands of flora and vegetation that make the trek more beautiful and enjoyable in Nepal.

    Autumn (Post monsoon)- Autumn is another great season for trekking on Everest Base Camp, Autumn includes the months of September, October, November, and December. During the autumn, the temperatures should be rated as between 14-20 degrees in the daytime, and nighttime can decrease to -5/10 degrees Celsius, it’s great for trekking.

     

    Travel Insurance

    In Safety reasons, Travel insurance is mandatory for trekkers in participating in any trek and tour programs in the mountains. Getting travel insurance, especially while traveling in the mountain areas is like security on which you can rely and enjoy your trip without any worries. We highly recommend getting good compressive travel insurance that covers things like emergency helicopter rescue, and medical evacuations expenses it will be assisted protection tour to cover personal injury, injury, repatriation expenses, and any kind of illness will be covered. Having good travel insurance will not only guarantee you peace of mind while you travel with us but also provide you with complete coverage for anything things that may go wrong.

     

    Packing list for Everest Panorama View Trek

    The following lists are the essential trekking gear that is recommended for trekking in Nepal and all listed gears can also buy easily in Kathmandu, Kathmandu has a number of shops selling the necessary clothes and gear for trekkers.

    • A few pairs of Thermal tops
    • Fleece jacket/pullover
    • Windcheater - waterproof shell jacket one pair
    • Down jacket -( It will be provided by the company if you do not have your own)
    • Comfortable Fleece/wool trousers
    • Trekking pants- at least 2 pairs
    • Mittens/woolen gloves
    • Warm Hiking socks
    • Trekking sue with spare laces
    • Pair of flip flop
    • Underwears & Swiming costume
    • Hiking Cotton trousers/t-shirts
    • Sun hat/scarf
    • Sunglasses
    • Sleeping bag -( It will be provided by the company if you do not have your own)
    • Trekking poles (Not 100%)
    • Day bag above 40 L
    • 1 set- Headlamp
    • Small lock for the day backpack
    • Reusable water bottles- 2 letters
    • Water purification tablets/ electric light
    • Wash towel
    • Toiletries (wet tissue, quick-drying towel, toilet paper, moisturizers, lip balms, sunscreens, sanitary pads, hand sanitizer, nail clipper, small mirror, toothpaste & brush, etc)
    • Rain poncho
    • Basic personal first aid kit

     

    Everest Panorama View Trek Safety and Satisfactions

    SAFETY IS OUR TOP PRIORITY- NOTHING IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN THE SAFETY AND HEALTH OF OUR CLIENTS AND EMPLOYEES.

    On this trek, you will be accompanied by one of the experienced and friendly trekking guides/ Sherpa who originally come from the mountain (same region) of Nepal, the guide will be carrying all the essentials equipment with a first aid kit for safety reasons; we would like you to take some of your own personal mediation on this trek. However, in the emergency case, if our clients have any trouble with mountain sickness or any unforeseen circumstances then we will always be standing by to send a rescue helicopter to bring our clients back to lower places or Kathmandu.

    Note: During the trek, make sure you are always in the safe zone of the place wherever you are while trekking on the mountain because you may encounter a number of mules, yaks are carrying the suppliers for hotels, Yaks Donkey and Jokpa use for the major transportations in the Himalayas region, as we always need to be aware with them, and stay at the safe place, especially at the narrow section of the trail.

     

    Responsible tourism

    Our experienced field staff/team strongly believes that we all are equally responsible to act in favor of the local culture and environment. We would like to follow the important role of following the rules.

    • please respect the local people and their laws, custom, and their beliefs

    • Please always ask your guides for permission before doing something in the local community.
    • please support the keep environment clean, wherever you would travel and dispose of rubbish
    • Please help the local community to encourage the positive sides of tourism as long as possible.
    • We Alpine Ramble Treks are involved in the Kathmandu Environmental Education Project (KEEP) and organize eco-friendly trips that teach to make the sustainable positive environmentally sensitive of both travelers and communities.

     

    Transportations on Trek

    Alpine Ramble provides all the necessary transportation for your trip including free arrival and departure transportation services. On your arrival, you will be warmly welcomed by our airport representative with the traditional flowers then you will be reassigned to the respective Hotel. Similarly, we will also provide private vehicles for the city tour like Kathmandu valley sightseeing, Nagarkot Sunrise view tour, or any others in Nepal on request.

    Booking and payment process

    Alpine Ramble Treks (P) Ltd. is government-authorized and registered trekking and adventure operator based in Nepal. The company registered number is 178805/074/075. We are also associated with various local and international tourism associations, therefore, any adventure-interested persons are heartily welcomed to be booked and be part of our family now, we treat you as family members while traveling with us. we called mountain family, home away from home with us.

    To process a trip booking with us, you're required to deposit 10 % of the full trip cost in advance to the prior time to make sure all the reservations such as Hotels, guides, trekking permits, transportation, etc. the remaining payment can be easily made to us on your arrival by credit cards or in cash - cash would be much appreciated. At the same time, we would also like to request you to send us all your documents such as passport, travel insurance copies, and flight details at the time of booking.

     

    Extra personal expenses on trekking

    During the trek, all your foods are included in the package (Lunch, Breakfast, and Dinner with hot drinks), the foods will be served as per the package program and besides that, any personal and Barbier bills would be extra.

     

    Last-minute booking

    The last-minute booking can be made by any interested travelers a day before the trip gets started. Moreover, the payment should be made 100% if you are booking this for the last minute and the booking can be made directly through the online form or, by sending us an email, messages on Whatsapp, or by calling. But, Last minute booking may not be acceptable for Bhutan and Tibet trip.

    We look forward to experiencing this trip with you in the land of the mighty mountains, and the place of Lord Gautama Buddha

     

    FAQs

    Yes, a visa is required to enter Nepal except for SAARC and Chinese nationals. One can get a visa at the Royal Nepalese Embassy or consulate or at the airport upon arrival. Two copies of passport-sized photographs are required to get a visa.

    Yes, you could choose to own your departure date according to your time and schedule If the published Group Departure dates are not suitable for your travel plan, we will help you to customize the trip Itinerary. 

    Yes, on upon arrival at Tribhuvan International airport, you’ll be received and welcomed by our official representative then transfer to hotel at Thamel, which is most interesting tourist hub with many facilities in Nepal. Overnight at hotel.

    Yes, we highly recommend that you to buy travel insurance before you travel to Nepal, it’s easy and better to purchase the travel insurance in your own country.

    3700 meters (Everest View Lodge) to watch a panoramic mountain views of the Himalayas 

    The answer is absolute Yes, we have been trekking many times with a solo female trekker and all of the trekking tours have successfully done by supporting the help of our friendly and experienced Guides and sherpa team.

    Yes, The trekkers should have to have registered trekking permits of Annapurna Conservation Area Permit and TIMS (Trekker's Management Systems) and they are all helped and provided by Alpine Ramble Trekks- it's all are included on our package program.

    Of course, yes, you can!  This trekking is one of the easiest treks that one can be done from the 8 years young to 75 years old with a reasonable fitness level and it doesn't require any previous trekking at all. 

    • Ascend Slowly
    • Avoid Alcohol, Cigarettes & Tobacco
    • Proper Acclimatization Rest and walk slowly
    • Drink plenty of water - at least 3 liters of a day
    • Eat Well and Plenty- mostly soups items like garlic, ginger, etc
    • Use the Diamox as per Doctor's instructors if AMS symptoms grew 

    Reviews

    • Tok Rei - November 10, 2018

      It was a great trek!! I had enjoyed all the little things that happened, for example, our guide sujal always checking on us to see if we are fine, giving us snicker bars to recharge and checking our rooms etc. It was a very comfortable trip and an interesting experience.

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      Gozde K - September 19, 2018

      I had an Everest view trek as a solo travaller for 4 days and a city tour in Kathmandu with Alpine Ramble Treks. From the beginning to the end, Dil always answered my questions very quickly and kindly. He welcomed me in the very early morning in the airport and explained me the trip in details. Our driver speaks English well and he was very punctual and kind. During my trekking, my guide Dikrai was always very kind and did his best to make me feel comfortable. He also helped me to carry my bag. Because it was low season, I was free to choose any hotel I liked. And he was also flexible with the itinerary, when I’d like to change some things. They are the kindest company and always try their best for their guests and you feel it. I’d like to come back for a longer trek in the future to beautiful Himalayas with them! I definetely recommend Dil and his team.

    • Soh K - February 10, 2018

      My family of 4 went on the Everest Panorama View Trek organised by Dil from Alpine Rambles.

      Despite a very last minute request, Dil managed to make all the necessary arrangements (TIMS, permits, air tickets, guide and porter engagements, etc) in time for us to start our adventure.

      Sujal (our guide) is very helpful and attentive. Constantly checking on us. Especially on the last 2 days, whereby our flights from Lukla to Kathmandu got cancelled two days in a row due to bad weather.

      He stayed by us, making sure we got a room, had food, helped reschedule our air tickets, despite having his job “officially” done since we only signed up for 8 days. And ultimately, helped to arrange for helicopter ride back to Kathmandu. It is because of the unexpected flight cancellations that I feel very glad to have gone on this trek with Alpine Ramble. We felt we were in good hands.

      Prem (our porter) is a very humble and smiley diligent worker. Throughout the trek, he walked together (usually just slightly behind) with us, despite having a load.

      In short, you will be in good hands when you have your adventures with Alpine Rambles.

    • Tok M - December 12, 2017

      I went on a 8 day trek to Everest Panorama View. The guide was caring and kept asking how we were and handed out snacks every night.

      Definitely recommend Alpine Ramble!

    • Julc s - October 19, 2017

      In November our group (five people) succesfully completed a 16 day trekking in Everest Region. We reached Everest Base Camp (5364) and climbed Kalapathar. (5646 m). The trekking was organized by Alpine Ramble Company. This company povided accomodation, catering, guide and porters. We can say that Alpine Ramble is a very correct and good company, you can trust on everybody who works for the company. They answered all of our questions before the trip, and solved all of our problems that occured during the trekking. After the trekking we had some spare time so asked them to organize for us a two day tour to Chitwan National Park. They did it and we had a really good time there.