6 Nights 7 Days

The Everest View Trekking is one of the most popular treks in the Everest region for those who are looking for a short holiday in Everest but also have a dream to view Mt. Everest and observe the Sherpa culture without climbing to higher altitude.
A Short Everest view hike begins with a flight from Kathmandu to the famous Lukla airport. Then begins the ascent towards the Everest National Park until Namche Bazaar, which the biggest Sherpa residence in the Everest region, and is known today for its’ many shops and hotels. Here it is possible to see spectacular and fascinating Himalayan views of Mt. Everest (8848 m), Nuptse (7879m), Lhotse (8501m), Amadablam (6856m) and Thamserku (6608m). You will also have an opportunity to experience the Sherpa culture and their wonderful ancient lifestyle by visiting museums, Buddhist monasteries, and interacting with the people. Take in the sights, sounds, smells, and exquisite tastes in this short trek in the Everest region. If you change your mind to head up to Everest Base Camp, or Gokyo lake let us know or Day Tour Nepal Guide.

Everest view trekking (Trip Facts)
Best Season: September-Nov, Feb-May.
Max Attitude: 3435m. Accommodation: Lodge

Quick guide: Best time to Visit Nepal
October-November: Nepal’s peak trekking/tour season, with mild weather, clear skies, and big crowds.
November-December/January-February: Clear skies, but potentially very cold. Trekkers should bring snow gear and be prepared to turn back due to blocked paths. ( For Long trekking routes)
February-April: end of the dry season and the second-best time to go trekking.

Additional information

LocationEverest Region


Day 1:

Kathmandu airport transfer to your hotel.

Day 2:

Flight from Kathmandu to Lukla & Trek to Phadking.(2650m)

Day 3:

Trek from Phadking to Namche Bazaar.(3435m)

Day 4:

Today acclimatize at Namche Bazaar.

Day 5:

Trek from Namche to Lukla.(2850m)

Day 6:

Flight from Lukla to Kathmandu.

Day 7:

Departure for your onward flight.

Everest View Trek Cost Include(s)

  • Full Board (breakfast, lunch and Dinner) in Trekking
  • Kathmandu – Lukla – Kathmandu Flights tickets
  • Accommodation during trek (local lodge).
  • Government registered local expert guide,
  • Porters to carry trekking bags.
  • Sagarmatha National park, fees and TIMS card.
  • In cities Accommodation with breakfast.
  • Guided Tour in city.
  • Welcome and farewell dinner.
  • Equipment clothing for porter & staffs.
  • Insurance for all staff & porters.
  • Transportation as per itinerary
  • First Aid Kit Comprehensive
  • Everest Region Trekking Map for Each Member
  • Salary, allowances, expenses & insurance for all staff including porters

Cost Exclude(s)

  • Nepal visa – Multiple Entrée 30 days – USD 40
  • Lunch & dinner during hotel stay in Kathmandu
  • Personal gears & clothing (available on hire)
  • Tips for guide and porter
  • Table drinks, snacks, personal insurance, medical evacuation in case of emergency.
  • Expenses incurred due to accidents, landslide, strikes, political unrest, etc…
  • International airfare and airport taxes, excess baggage charges, etc..
  • Entrance fees during the sightseeing in city.


  • Important Note: Due to the bad weather sometime flight to Kathmandu Lukla or Lukla to Kathmandu may cancelled.
  • We strongly recommend all of our clients to be friendly with our staff, then our staff can open up and give you enough information, and caring. It doesn’t mean that they will not give you information and caring but you will get more n more being more friendly.

Dressing information

  • Lightweight walking boots that are broken in prior to arrival in Nepal to avoid blisters
  • 2-3 synthetic tee shirts, long sleeve shirts
  • 1-2 synthetic hiking pants, zip-off pants
  • Fleece or sweatshirt for cool night temperatures
  • Rain jacket or poncho (Gore-tex or equivalent)
  • Rain pants (Gore-tex or equivalent)
  • Thick wool socks, thin synthetic liner socks to prevent blisters
  • Synthetic underwear
  • Sun hat
  • Warm puffy down filled jacket (synthetic or natural feathers).
  • Synthetic mid layer (fleece, wool, or lightweight down sweater).
  • Soft shell or insulated ski pants.
  • Sleeping bag to -15C
  • Thermal underwear/base layer
  • Beanie with ear flaps (wool or fleece)
  • Balaclava or face mask
  • A pair of winter gloves/mitts (waterproof)
  • A pair of lightweight gloves (fleece or synthetic materials)
  • Ski goggles or glacier glasses (polarized)
  • Gaiters (to cover boots and lower leg)

What to bring

  • 1-2 water bottles – 2 liters
  • Iodine to purify water (Can be purchased in cities)
  • Sunglasses and strap
  • Trekking poles
  • Toilet paper and cigarette lighter (toilet paper can be bought in cities)
  • Small headlamp/flashlight/torch with spare batteries
  • Personal medical supplies
  • Pocket knife
  • Sunscreen
  • Small daypack – 25 liters
  • Personal snacks from home (candy bars, protein bars, granola, nuts, etc.)
  • Sandals or slip on shoes for walking around tea houses or camp
  • Biodegradable soap and/or shampoo.
  • Spare boot laces
  • Large plastic bag to line backpack, day pack from wet conditions, and small bag for dirty clothes
    Small towel

Passport / visa
A valid permit is required for most areas in Nepal, which we will obtain upon your arrival. We will require one working days and two passports size photographs. There are two major permits, which are National Park permits and special regional permits for restricted area permits (Upper Mustang, Manaslu, Dolpa, etc.) .

Important information
Always carry Nepalese rupees in small bills on your trek. The amount to be cared depends on the area and the duration of the trek. A guideline for this will be presented during our trek briefing. Money will only be required for the purchase of soft/hard bottled drinks and souvenirs along the way. Other money and valuables should be kept in a safe deposit box in your hotel in Kathmandu.

Altitude sickness if a serious consideration if you are climbing or trekking in Nepal and it’s essential that you investigate the causes, symptoms and treatment of altitude sickness before you travel to Nepal. There are approximately three deaths per year in Nepal from altitude sickness, but with the right precautions there is no reason why you should become one of these statistics. Acclimatization’s the word used to describe the adjustments your body makes as it ascends. You should adjust your schedule so that you average no more than 400 meters per day of ascent above 3,000 meters. If you fail to allow time for acclimatization, you may develop symptoms of Attitude mountaineering System. The AMS may be mild enough to go away with a day’s rest or if ignored may lead to death. All that is required to ensure a safe trek is basic awareness of AMS, and a willingness to rest or descend if you develop symptoms. As a result of the growing awareness of altitude problems there is only one death from AMS in Nepal out of every 30,000 trekkers and climbers. Even these deaths would be avoidable if everyone knew how to respond to AMS. There are no reliable figures for casualties among porters.

Additional information
For more information ask your questions directly to Day Tours Nepal who will be happy to assist you.

Namche Bazzar