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Everest View Trek
5 USD 980 Per Person
7 Days
3980 meters
Tea house
12 months a year
Breakfast lunch dinner
Local sim card
5 to 6 hours

Everest View Trek

Mount Everest is a name that has been familiar to the world for a long time, and the glory of Everest spread far and wide as the highest point on Earth. Just a glimpse of this beautiful mountain is a blessing. Wandering around Mount Everest warms a pure heart and changes how you view the world. While the journey to Everest base camp is very fulfilling, it is also a long and daunting experience. If you don’t have the budget and time for such a hectic walk to Everest base camp Himalayan Masters offers a rather relaxing and luxurious trip to Everest that lasts for less than a week and offers some of the best views of Mount Everest. This is called Everest View Trek 7 days, offering the best view of Everest.

What to expect from Everest View Trek?

Most importantly, you get to witness Mount Everest in its most glorious form. Our best view point during the trek is Everest View Hotel, which oversees the best panoramic views of Mount Everest and dozens of other Himalayas in Nepal. However, you don’t need to complete an arduous trek for it. As soon as you fly to look like from Kathmandu, the Himalayas stars appear close and distant, giving the best view of Everest. 

With the insightful natural views, you will also have a close cultural experience during the Everest View trek seven days. From Lukla, we trek to the inner Khumbu region, where we stop at many villages, such as Phakding and Namche Bazaar. Living the Sherpa lifestyle and exploring their old cultural heritages, you will have the best time of your life and also the best view of Everest. Also, the luxury of a comfortable hotel and delicious Nepalese cuisine make your trek enjoyable. After two days of stay in Namche Bazar and a visit to Hotel Everest View, we shall walk back to Lukla. From Lukla, it’s a thrilling flight to Kathmandu where your trip comes to an end.

Everest View Trek Highlights

  • Starting with a thrilling flight to Lukla
  • Trek to Hotel Everest View that overlooks the painful aroma of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, and dozens of other peaks in Everest
  • Witness the spectacular biodiversity at Sagarmatha National Park
  • Part of Local Tibetan culture while celebrating their festival and trying on their clothes
  • Meet many great explorers and mountain climbers along the way
  • A comfortable and luxurious trip in the remote landscape

Accommodation is Available At Everest View Trek

Since we will be tracing the route of the famous Everest base camp, accommodation will not be an issue during Everest View Trek. There are many great hotels in Namche Bazaar. In Kathmandu, we will stay in a luxurious three-star hotel, and during the trek, we also have some pretty good guests to stay with. Even in such a remote landscape, you will find a room with great facilities. Yeah, they will have good mattresses and blankets so that you do not need to carry your sleeping bag. You can also get charging pods and a hot shower in the room. Furthermore, you can also have a good Wi-Fi connection and a tower in the cell phone during the trek, giving the best view of Everest. These are not the facilities you can expect in the mountains if you trek to a rather higher altitude.

Food In Everest View Trek

The trek is not just about the mountains; delicious cuisine is also an exciting part of it. During your stay in Kathmandu, you can enjoy all kinds of Nepalese, Indian, Chinese, and foreign cuisines. Even the Khumbu region has some great options for Nepalese and international food. The must-try for breakfast includes Tibetan bread and warm vegetables. There will also be hot soup, pancakes, porridge, muesli, and omelettes. For lunch and dinner, we recommend the famous Na please Dal Bhat, which has an excellent flavour plant. You will also find momos, fried rice, pasta, pizza and more. You also get to enjoy breakfast at Hotel Everest View, with the views of the mountains before you.

You must remember that a bottle of water cost 2 to 3 dollars at a higher altitude, and you can save that money with water purifying tablets. Also, you need to carry your water bottle for the mountain environment. 


Day 01: Arrival


You will be picked up right at the airport and transferred to the hotel. There shall be a small gathering in our office of Himalayan Masters to discuss the overview of the tour and do any last-minute shopping or packing. This is your first meeting with owner Sandip Dhungana and the guides.

Overnight in Kathmandu

Meal : Dinner

Accomodation : Hotel

Day 02: Early morning Fly to Lukla and trek to Phakding

Altitude-2,840 meters

Walking time- 3 to 4 hours

Get ready for an exciting day in Nepal. After a warm breakfast in Kathmandu, we will drive towards the domestic section of the airport. At around 9 o’clock in the morning, we scheduled our flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. Although this is a short 30-minute flight, on a clear day, you can view the inner Himalayas below. You are already getting the best view of Everest. At Lukla, we will meet our porters and re-pack our bags. After a short stop for lunch, it’s time to walk further north to Phakding. Along the riverside, we will trek for 3 to 4 hours to reach the beautiful village of Phakding.

Overnight in Phakding

Meal : Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner

Accomodation : Guest House

Walking / Driving : 3 to 4 hours

Day 03: Trek to Namche Bazzar from Phakding

Altitude- 3,440 meters

From Phakding, we first walk down to the Dudh Koshi River. Today, we cross a Hillary suspension bridge and many villages before getting to Monjo. Here, we cross the gate of Sagarmatha National Park. Wandering via the tropical forest, we reach Namche before sunset.

This is a short and exciting trek in the Khumbu region. We start to walk early in the morning and follow the Dude Koshi River. You might be pretty excited to cross the large suspension bridges and the Rhododendron forest. Our first stop shall be in the village of Manjo. This is where we start the walk to Sagarmatha National Park, and we look for different wild animals and birds. In about 5 to 6 hours, we reach Namche Bazar. The final ascent is going to be difficult, but the views you can get from Namche Bazar are worth it.

Overnight in Namche Bazaar

Meal : Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner

Accomodation : Guest House

Walking / Driving : 5 to 6 hours

Day 04: Trek to Everest View Hotel and Khumjung Village and Back to Namche

Altitude- 3,880 meters

Everest View Trek

Today is a relaxing day in the mountains, waking up at best view of Everest. Our plan is to hike to Mount Everest View early in the morning. If you feel like walking before the sunrise then we can get the pretty awesome view. Otherwise, you can just hike to Hotel Everest View after breakfast and if the weather is clear the mountains are still visible. Mount Everest View Hotel is among the highest-altitude hotels in the World, and getting to spend a morning here is already very exciting. Then, we came back to our hotel for lunch and got some rest. In the evening we shall visit the local village, school, hospital, museums and more. Namche also has tons of residences and coffee shops for a relaxing evening and also some places great for aesthetic shopping.

Overnight in Namche Bazaar

Now, if you want to fly higher, maybe you check out this Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour. 

Meal : Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner

Accomodation : Guest house

Walking / Driving : 3 to 4 hours

Day 05: Trek to Lukla From Namche Bazzar

Altitude: 2,800m

Now, our plan for Everest View Trek 5 days is to walk to the lower altitude so that we can get back to Kathmandu. We leave Namche quite early in the morning and trace our route back to Monjo. After a quiz stop, we descend down Phakding, a familiar place. Now, we need to walk for a few more hours before we get back to Lukla. Since we descend quite quickly, be careful not to hurt your knees. I buy the evening we crash at one of the hotels in Lukla.

Overnight in Phakding

Also Read:- Detailed guide of Makalu base camp trek

Meal : Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner

Accomodation : Guest house

Walking / Driving : 7 to 8 hours

Day 06: Early morning Fly to Kathmandu from Lukla

The flight from Lukla to Kathmandu is often scheduled in the morning. We do enjoy breakfast and then hop on a flight from Lukla to Kathmandu. Enjoy the last few glimpses of the best view of Everest before you fly back. In the evening we shall all celebrate your last day of Everest View trekking in Kathmandu.

Overnight in Kathmandu

Meal : Breakfast

Accomodation : Hotel

Walking / Driving : 30 mins flight

Day 07: Departure

There is no activity plan for the day. You can have your breakfast in the hotel, and if you have a flight in the early evening, you can explore some of the cultural spots in Kathmandu. Unless you want to visit other cities like Pokhara and Chitwan, it’s time for you to get back. We will make sure that we drive you to the airport three hours before the flight time. Farewell from Everest View trekking. 

Meal : Breakfast

Accomodation : Hotel

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Trip Cost Includes

  • All ground transportation by comfortable private vehicle as per the itinerary
  • 4-star accommodation in Kathmandu with breakfast
  • Best available clean and comfortable Tea house accommodation during the trek
  • Airport pick up & drop off service in a private vehicle
  • Welcome and Farewell dinners
  • All meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) with tea/coffee during the trek
  • Seasonal fruits during the trek
  • Domestic flight(Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu)
  • Highly experienced, English-speaking, government-licensed, trained in first-aid Trek Leader (Guide)
  • Porter service to carry your main luggage during the trek.
  • Staff cost including their food, accommodation, salary, flight, insurance, equipment, etc.
  • Trekking permits – Sagarmatha national park permit, khumbu village development community fees.
  • -25-degree sleeping bag during the trip if needed.
  • a pulse oximeter to check your spo2 and bpm at the high elevation.
  • solar panel to charge the mobile and camera.
  • water bottle and purification tablets.
  • first aid kit box
  • Duffel bag for the trip.
  • All Local and Government taxes, administrative charges

Trip Cost Excludes

  1. Tips for guide and porter
  2. Nepal visa fees
  3. Personal expenses

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Mount Everest altitude
Everest altitude

Climate And Weather Of Everest View Trek

The general weather in the mountainous region is always cold and breezy. However, the Everest View Trek is a rather lower altitude trek that takes you up to 3000 m above sea level. This means the weather is pretty stable throughout the year. Only in the peak winter can you see some snowfall otherwise, Districk can be done any time of the year.

Everest View Trek in Summer

The months of June and July are the warmest as well as the wettest months of the year. While other regions of Nepal receive about a  hundred centimetres of rain each monsoon the amount of rainfall in the lower Everest region is pretty low. Everest view trekking in summer is definitely possible, but the mountains might be blocked due to the thick layer of fog. It might be a great time to explore the biodiversity of Everest but not the mountains.

Everest View Trek In Autumn

October is the peak month for trekking in Everest and the entire region is crowded. You might want to avoid the crowd by trekking in early September or late November. Since this is a festive month celebrating Dashian and Tihar, you might get to enjoy the Nepalese celebrations. Also, the mountains shine at their best in autumn and the picture appears perfect

Everest View Trek winter

While the route of Everest base camp is closed due to snowfall, you can easily trek up to Namche Bazar. Everest view trek in winter is even more appealing when the mountains are covered with the snow and views are interesting. The temperature might drop off to -10°C, and you might have to carry a sleeping bag.

Everest view trek in spring

Spring is a season of warmth, sunshine, and beautiful wildflowers. Without much rain and disturbances, you can easily trek in April, March, and May. The perks of walking through the Rhododendron Forest are unbeatable

What is the best time to see Everest?

Everest View Trek
Best time for Everest View Trek

When it comes to the Everest view trek, every season is the best. While Autumn is the most popular time of the month, it’s also a crowded one. We do recommend trekking in autumn if you want to capture beautiful pictures of the Himalayas. However, you can plan the trek at any time of the year and complete it without much disturbance. Going for a slightly off-season monsoon or winter even gets some great discounts on the flight and hotel prices.

Permit And Checkpoint Of Everest View Trek

Trek to Namche
Trek to Namche

You should know that there are different permits needed for trekking in the Everest region. Along with your visa that she received at the airport you will also need a Sagarmatha National Park entry permit and a Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Entrance Permit. The cost for these permits is NRP 3000 and NRP 2000 per person. If you are an Indian or a member of SAARC countries the ticket price is cheaper. The national park permit can be issued at TAAN, Nepal Tourism Board Office at Pradarshani Marg, Kathmandu. You can also get both of these permits from Lukla. If you are trekking with Himalayan Masters, all of your permits will be arranged by the company and you do not need to worry about it.

Cost of Everest View Trek

Everest view trek cost ranges from dollar $800 to $1200. If you are travelling independently without any travelling agency you might be able to complete the trick at a cheaper price Highway having a guide and portal by yourself does cost you a large amount. Also, due to the language barrier, it will be difficult to book your hotels and restaurants. Since Everest View Trek involves two-way tickets to Lukla, it’s quite expensive. If you want a rather cheap trek, maybe you can look at Langtang Valley Trek.

The Himalayan Masters Everest View Trek costs $980 including the two-way flight tickets Lukla, all permit costs, and the cost of guide/ Porter. We will be accommodating you at the best hotels available throughout the trek.

If you to travel as an Independent trekker, then you first need to pay about $50 for the permit the flight to and from Lukla costs about $400. And then you will pay for your food, which costs around $10 per meal, and the cost of accommodation is also about $10. The cost of the guide is about $25 per day and that of a porter is about $15 per day. Also, you need to rent some trekking gear such as trekking boots and jackets. You might not need a sleeping bag for this tour.

Check out Everest Base Camp Luxury Trek. 

Everest View Trek Difficulty And Fitness

This is a comfortable and easy trek in the Himalayas. You need to trek for 4 to 5 hours, for about four days only. While this trek does not need any previous experience or high-altitude trek training, some exercises and practises before the trek will obviously be helpful. You also don’t need any experience of using mountain gears or special skills.

You might choose to keep your body strong with some short treks and cardio exercises in the gym, a few weeks before the trek. However, even if you have zero preparations, you can easily walk to Namche and get back. Also, if you have any problem during that trek, you will always be accompanied by your expert guide, who can help you. Also, since we’re trekking at a rather low altitude, the chances of altitude sickness are zero. So, you have nothing to worry about. Just keep yourself hydrated, and that’s about it.

Recommended reading:- Langtang Trek difficulty and tips to overcome


A review of our trip to the Everest view hotel with our guide Pasang. Me and my mom really enjoyed our time with him. He was very flexible and kind. He was able to change our schedule to our liking and capabilities. He was a knowledgeable guide and kept us informed and safe throughout our trek. He was a good leader and worked well coordinating our porter too. He even carried our stuff towards the end when the days got long and our legs were tired.
My favourite part of his guide was that he was relatable and he was down to earth. I would really recommend him for other tours. He is a really good addition to Himalayan masters

Andrew BUSA 🇺🇸

Couldn’t recommend Himalayan Masters more for anyone looking for a trekking trip in Nepal

As a first-timer to Nepal and any trekking trips, Sandip was professional from our first conversation with him – he was able to help us with trail selection (based on our experience and preferences); trip preparation (such as equipment to purchase and bring). Items that are included/excluded as part of the package are also clearly written on the website (and fully delivered, if not more). What we really liked was how flexible trip planning was and how responsive Sandip was in answering our queries and helping us prepare for the trip.

As we arrive in Nepal – all accommodation, pick-ups and other transportation are well-arranged. The package was designed so that Himalayan masters also provide some necessary mountaineering gear – so all in all It was a truly hassle-free experience and we could focus on enjoying the trek and views Everest has to offer. All concerns we had with regard to adapting to the food / high altitude / cold weather / physical fitness are being well taken care of. The team is very experienced in high-altitude trekking and we could trust them with any questions we had. Sandip is also really just one message away most of the time so any questions were being addressed promptly. Due to weather conditions, or the flight from Lukla back to the city was cancelled – Sandip was very professional throughout and helped us arrange alternatives so that we could catch our international flight.

Everything aside, we set off to Nepal knowing that we’d enjoy the mountains, but the team at Himalayan Master just made you fall in love with it more. Sandip, our porter Bage is both genuine and really passionate about the mountains. They shared so many things about nature, culture and their experiences on the treks which made the trip so much more interesting. The way they talked about the peaks and expeditions they’ve had still stuck with me. You will on one hand be amazed at how well-versed they are with the Everest region and its everchanging conditions; and on the other hand, just great people to be around and spend time with.

Will definitely go back someday for more trails and would hope to trek with Himalayan Master again!

Bonnie Hongkong


Do I need a guide for Everest View Trek?

Yes, whether it’s a month-long trek to the problematic landscape or a relatively easy trek as Everest views, it’s always a great idea to hire a guide. If you are travelling in a peak season, you might find other travellers to assist you. But in the off-season, there’s always a chance to get lost, especially in winter when the trial is covered in snow. The guide will not only show you the path but also help you with hotel booking, listing out places to visit and things to do, and interacting with the locals. The guide is especially handy in difficult situations like altitude sickness or other health issues during Everest View trekking. 

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