Mount Everest is the highest mountain in the world with a peak that soars 29,028ft (8847m) above sea level. Everest Panorama Trek fulfills the dream of getting closer view of Mount Everest and this trek is one of the short tea houses trekking holiday in the Everest region. Everest Panorama Trek or Everest View Trek is also known as Tengboche trekking, an introductory short Everest hiking trip in Nepal. This short hiking in Everest leads you all the way half to the Everest base camp which offer the views of stunning Himalayan peaks including the mount Everest from a low elevation in less than two weeks from arrival to departure from Kathmandu.
We fly to Lukla (2827 meters) with spectacular views of the mountains to start our Everest panorama trekking in the Everest region. We hike to the Sherpa settlement of Namche Bazaar (3440 meters), an unofficial capital of the Sherpas exploring Phakding and Manjo following the Dudh Koshi valley. We will stay 2 nights at Namche and the acclimatization and exploration day allow you to hike toward Thamu and National park museum. Hiking further up we head to Khumjung, city in could, we explore the Everest view hotel, Kunde hospital and Khumjung School in our trek to Everest. Khumjung monastery boasts to have the Yeti scalp and we have time to check it. We hike to Tengboche monastery, the most famous in Everest region via the different route of Monla, Phortse to witness the mt. Cho Oyu and Pangboche village to explore the oldest monastery in the Everest region. Tengboche is rewarded with the views of Everest soaring behind Nuptse, Lhotse on north east and Ama Dablam, Kangtega, Tawache on south east.
Thus the Everest Panorama trek or Tengboche trekking suits best to those who don’t have time and energy to go all the way to Everest base camp but wish to see the tallest peak of Mt. Everest with parade of satellite peaks all around and to explore the wonderful Sherpa culture and tradition at first hand.