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    At a Glance

    • Destination
    • Duration
      08 days
    • Trip Difficulty
    • Activities
      Tour and Trek
    • Accommodation
      Luxury Hotels in Kathmandu and Luxury Lodges in the Mountain
    • Meals
      All Standard Meals throughout the trip
    • Mx.altitude
    • Vehicle
      Private Luxury Tourist Vehicles and Aeroplane
    • Max. People
    • Single Supplement
      USD 800
    Luxury Everest View TrekMap
    • StartsKathmandu, Nepal
    • EndsKathmandu, Nepal

    About - Luxury Everest View Trek

    The Luxury Everest View Trek is an exclusive trekking experience that offers the perfect blend of adventure, comfort, and indulgence. Designed for those who wish to witness the awe-inspiring beauty of the Everest region without undertaking a physically demanding expedition, this trek allows you to marvel at the stunning panoramas of the Himalayas while enjoying top-notch accommodations and services.

    This 8-day journey begins in Kathmandu, the vibrant capital of Nepal, where you will explore the city's rich cultural heritage and historical sites. From there, you will take a scenic flight to Lukla, the gateway to the Everest region. As you make your way through Sherpa villages, beautiful rhododendron forests, and picturesque landscapes, you will be treated to spectacular views of iconic peaks, including Mount Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and Ama Dablam.

    Throughout the Luxury Everest View Trek, you will stay in high-end lodges and hotels that provide excellent amenities, such as comfortable beds, en-suite bathrooms, fine dining, and even spa facilities in some locations. The Luxury Everest View Trek is ideal for travelers seeking a unique and unforgettable experience in the heart of the Himalayas, without compromising on comfort and luxury.

    Major Highlights of Luxury Everest View Trek

    Scenic flight to Lukla

    A scenic flight to Lukla is a popular way to reach the starting point of the trek to Everest Base Camp in Nepal. Lukla is a small town located in the Khumbu region of Nepal and is the gateway to the Everest region. The flight from Kathmandu to Lukla takes about 35 minutes and offers stunning views of the Himalayan mountain range, including Mount Everest.

    Sherpa culture and hospitality

    The trek takes you through picturesque Sherpa villages, allowing you to experience the warmth and hospitality of the local people while learning about their unique culture and traditions.

    Luxury lodges and hotels

    Unlike standard teahouses, the Luxury Everest View Trek features high-end lodges and hotels that provide exceptional comfort, fine dining, and top-notch amenities, ensuring a comfortable and memorable stay.

    Stunning mountain views

    Throughout the trek, you will be treated to breathtaking panoramas of some of the world's most famous peaks, including Mount Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, and Thamserku, among others.

    Namche Bazaar

    The vibrant and bustling mountain town of Namche Bazaar serves as the main trading center for the Khumbu region and is a hub of Sherpa culture. It offers a unique blend of traditional and modern experiences, with shops, cafes, and even a museum dedicated to the region's history and the world-famous Sherpa climbers.

    Everest View Hotel

    Located in Syangboche, the Everest View Hotel is renowned for offering some of the most spectacular views of Mount Everest and the surrounding peaks. Here, you can enjoy a delicious meal or a warm beverage while taking in the awe-inspiring vistas.

    Tengboche Monastery

    The largest and most important monastery in the Khumbu region, Tengboche Monastery is a significant cultural and spiritual site for the Sherpa people. Surrounded by majestic mountains, the monastery offers a serene atmosphere for contemplation and reflection.

    Flora and fauna

    The trek passes through beautiful rhododendron forests and alpine landscapes, providing opportunities to spot rare and exotic species of plants and wildlife, including Himalayan Tahr, musk deer, and various species of birds.

    Permits for Everest View Trek

    If you are planning to trek to Everest Base Camp in Nepal, you will need to obtain several permits. These permits are required to ensure the safety and protection of the environment and local communities in the Everest region.

    Sagarmatha National Park Permit: This permit is required for all trekkers entering the Sagarmatha National Park, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The permit costs around USD 30 per person and can be obtained in Kathmandu or Monjo, the entrance to the park.

    TIMS (Trekkers' Information Management System) Card: The TIMS card is a registration card that contains information about the trekkers, including their itinerary and contact details. It costs around USD 10 per person and can be obtained in Kathmandu or Monjo.

    Everest Region Permit: This permit is required for all trekkers entering the Everest region, including those who are not trekking to Base Camp. The permit costs around USD 20 per person and can be obtained in Kathmandu or Lukla, the starting point of the trek.

    A Typical Day on the Everest View Trek

    The Everest View Trek is a shorter version of the classic Everest Base Camp trek that is designed for those who have limited time or do not want to undertake the strenuous trek to Base Camp. A typical day on the Everest View Trek involves:

    Breakfast: You will typically start your day with breakfast at your teahouse, which will usually consist of tea, coffee, eggs, bread, and other items.
    Trekking: After breakfast, you will start your trek for the day. The trekking trail is relatively easy, and you will walk for around 4-5 hours per day. You will pass through small villages, forests, and open meadows, and you will have views of the Himalayas throughout the day.
    Lunch: You will stop for lunch at a teahouse along the way. The lunch will usually consist of Nepali dal bhat (rice, lentil soup, and vegetables) or other local dishes.
    Afternoon: After lunch, you will continue trekking for a few more hours until you reach your destination for the day. You will have free time in the afternoon to explore the local village, take a rest, or enjoy the views.
    Dinner: You will have dinner at your teahouse, which will usually consist of a similar meal to lunch. After dinner, you can spend time with your fellow trekkers or relax before going to bed.
    Sleep: You will sleep in a basic teahouse or lodge, which will have a bed, blankets, and shared bathroom facilities.

    Important notes on the Everest View Trek

    Here are some important notes to keep in mind when planning to undertake the Everest View Trek:

    Trekking Season: The best time to do the Everest View Trek is from March to May and September to November when the weather is dry and clear, and the views of the mountains are stunning.

    Physical Fitness: The Everest View Trek is a moderate-level trek, but it still requires a good level of physical fitness. It's recommended to train and prepare yourself for the trek, especially if you're not used to hiking at high altitudes.

    Altitude Sickness: The Everest View Trek does not go to high altitudes like the classic Everest Base Camp trek, but you still need to be aware of the risks of altitude sickness. It's essential to acclimatize properly, stay hydrated, and listen to your body.

    Packing: It's important to pack wisely for the trek, as you will be carrying your own gear. You'll need warm clothing, a good-quality sleeping bag, a trekking pole, a water bottle, and other essentials. It's also recommended to bring some cash, as there are no ATMs in the villages.

    Accommodation: The accommodation on the Everest View Trek is basic teahouses or lodges with shared bathroom facilities. It's recommended to bring a sleeping bag liner for extra warmth and cleanliness.

    Permits: You will need to obtain permits for the Everest View Trek, including the Sagarmatha National Park permit and the Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality permit. These permits can be obtained in Kathmandu or Lukla.

    Guides and Porters: It's recommended to hire a guide or a porter for the Everest View Trek, especially if it's your first time trekking in Nepal. They can help with navigation, carry your gear, and provide valuable insights into the local culture and customs.

    Why Luxury Everest View Trek?

    The Luxury Everest View Trek is an ideal choice for those who want to enjoy the stunning views of Mount Everest and other Himalayan peaks without the long and strenuous journey to Everest Base Camp. Here are some reasons why you may choose the Luxury Everest View Trek:

    Comfort and luxury: This trek offers the comfort of staying in luxury lodges and hotels, providing amenities such as comfortable beds, hot showers, and fine dining experiences. It's perfect for those who want to enjoy the beautiful mountain scenery without compromising on their comfort.

    Shorter duration: The Luxury Everest View Trek is shorter in duration compared to the traditional Everest Base Camp trek, making it suitable for people with limited time or those who prefer a less demanding trek.

    Lower altitude: The highest point on this trek is the Everest View Hotel at 3,880 meters, which is significantly lower than the Everest Base Camp at 5,364 meters. This means a lower risk of altitude sickness and a more enjoyable experience for those who may struggle with higher altitudes.

    Cultural experience: The trek passes through Namche Bazaar, the heart of the Sherpa community, allowing you to experience local culture, traditions, and hospitality.

    Scenic beauty: The Luxury Everest View Trek offers breathtaking views of Mount Everest, Ama Dablam, Lhotse, and other Himalayan peaks, as well as the beautiful landscape of the Khumbu region.

    Less crowded: This trek is generally less crowded than the traditional Everest Base Camp trek, offering a more peaceful and serene experience.

    Add on For Helicopter Tour to Kala Patthar(5,643 meters) and Gokyo (4,790 meters)

    If you're interested in adding an optional helicopter tour to Kala Patthar or Gokyo during your stay at the Everest View Hotel, you can adjust the itinerary to include this unique experience. Begin the day with an early morning helicopter flight to either Kala Patthar (5,643 meters) or Gokyo (4,790 meters). At Kala Patthar, take in panoramic views of Mount Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Pumori, and the Khumbu Glacier. Alternatively, at Gokyo, admire the picturesque Gokyo Lakes and surrounding peaks such as Cho Oyu, Everest, Lhotse, and Makalu. Spend some time at your chosen destination to capture photos and appreciate the incredible scenery before flying back to the Everest View Hotel. Afterward, trek back to Namche Bazaar and continue with the original itinerary. By incorporating this optional helicopter tour, you'll create an unforgettable experience, witnessing the breathtaking Everest region from a truly unique perspective. This addition is perfect for those seeking to make their Luxury Everest View Trek even more memorable.

    Best Time for the Everest View Trek

    The best time to undertake the Everest View Trek is during the spring and autumn seasons, which are from March to May and from September to November.

    During these months, the weather is usually dry and clear, and the skies are blue, providing excellent visibility of the mountain range, including Mount Everest. The temperature is also mild during these seasons, making it comfortable for trekking.

    The spring season, which is from March to May, is an excellent time to undertake the Everest View Trek as the rhododendron and other flowers are in full bloom, adding more colors to the already stunning landscape.

    The autumn season, which is from September to November, is also a great time for trekking as the skies are usually clear and the weather is mild. This season is also popular among trekkers, and you can expect to meet fellow trekkers from all around the world.

    It's important to note that the weather in the mountains can be unpredictable, and there can be occasional snowfall or rainfall during the trekking season. Therefore, it's essential to be prepared for all types of weather conditions, including carrying appropriate gear, such as waterproof jackets and warm clothing.

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    Luxury Everest View Trek Itinerary

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    What's Included

      All ground transport in a private luxury vehicle, including airport and hotel transfers
      Three nights' accommodation with breakfast at a 5-star category hotel in Kathmandu (The Dwarika's Hotel)
    • PERMITS:
      All necessary paper works: Sagarmatha National Park permit, Tims Card, Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality entry permit, and fees.
      Medical & Emergency rescue Insurance for all involved Nepalese staff during the trek.
      Luxury Holidays Nepal’s duffel, sleeping bag, T-shirt and trekking map - if necessary
      Fly from Kathmandu – Lukla and while returning Lukla - Kathmandu, as per itinerary.
      All ground transportation in a comfortable private luxury vehicle as per the itinerary
    • LUGGAGE:
      Up to 15 Kg per member as personal baggage during the trek to be carried by porters.
      Highest available standard Lodges and Guesthouse accommodation during the trek (We provide accommodation at Yeti Mountain Home and Everest View Hotel with attached toilet bathroom facilities) on a twin/double sharing bed basis. All your standard Meals during the trek (Breakfasts, Lunches and Dinners).
      Per day 2 Liters of boiled water per member to carry on the thermos.
    • GUIDE:
      Government-licensed Guide (English speaking) during the trek and sightseeing in Kathmandu valley.
    • PORTER:
      Porters as required (2 Trekkers: 1 Porter)
      All Nepalese staff & porter’s daily wages, salary, equipment, food & clothing.
      Sightseeing in Kathmandu Valley by private vehicle and a professional guide.
      Kathmandu sightseeing fees
      Comprehensive medical kit.
      Farewell dinner in Kathmandu in a typical Nepali restaurant with a cultural dance performance in the evening.
      All government taxes and official expenses.

    What's Excluded

      International flight airfare (from and to Kathmandu).
      Nepal entry visa; you can obtain a visa easily upon your arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport in Kathmandu.
      Lunch and Dinner while you are in Kathmandu
    • ADD-ON:
      Optional Add-Helicopter Tour to Gokyo or Kala Patthar
      Extra nights’ accommodation in Kathmandu. In case of early arrival or late departure, early return from Trekking, domestic flight cancellation (due to any other reason) than the scheduled itinerary.
      Insurance covering both medical and high-altitude evacuation costs (for the trip cancellation, interruption, high-altitude rescue & air evacuation, medical treatment, repatriation, etc.)
      Telephone Calls, Internet, Toiletries, battery recharge, hot shower, laundry, soft drinks, beers, and any Alcoholic beverages.
      Clothing, Packing Items, Bags, Personal Medical kits, and all kinds of Personal Trekking Gear.
      Soaps, shampoos, toilet and tissue papers, toothpaste, and other items used to keep yourself clean.
    • FILMING:
      Special Filming, Camera, and Drone permit fee.
      Please contact us
    • Group and Family Discounts
      Please contact us or send us an email at [email protected]
      Not included during the trek.
    • TIPS:
      Tips for the guide, porter & driver. (Tipping is Expected).
    • EXTRA:
      Any other services, activities or personal expenses, which are not mentioned in the itinerary and other items not listed in the “Cost Includes” section.
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      Mr. Becky
      United States of America (the), Las Vegas

      Nice Trek with Great Assistance

      Thank you Luxury Holidays Nepal (LHN) for making my trip, the trip of a lifetime. The whole member of the LHN was really good and responsive to good perfection. All staff was good with all the qualified guides and porters with also good English and kind nature. Actually, they were all far better than the other staff and companies in my view. Everything which was provided for us such as accommodation, and meals was really fine and the services which we got from the LHN were amazing and fabulous of all in case of a meal, hotel, facilities and all. Most importantly the trek to Everest Region was the best moment that I could have ever imagined that would have happened in my life. Actually, each moment of my whole trip was far better than my expectation and it is all because of the warm support and consideration of the LHN.

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      Ms. Henrique Maia
      United States of America (the), Dallas

      A place you must have seen before you die

      This was my first trip to Nepal and the first time trekking in the Himalayas, and Luxury Holidays Nepal made it the best trip! From the booking to the trekking and traveling, LHN was there at every step with information, and easy communication.Ram Lamichhane at LHN is a spectacular guide! He was knowledgeable, friendly, and worked incredibly hard to make the experience amazing (and he succeeded!). I had an incredible time there. Everything was arranged beforehand, and I did not have to worry about anything from our stay to the places we visited. Amazing experience and an amazing guide.

      Thank you, Ram and LHN for the trip of a lifetime!

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      Mr. Mayson
      Canada, Vancouver

      Ever best trekking with companies of LHN

      The whole trek was wonderful and there were really impressive moments being in Nepal throughout the whole trek. Actually, we had a fantastic successful trek and that happened just because of the best team member of Luxury Holidays Nepal. According to my view and my experience, I found LHN the best among all the companies I had been to previously. They are very much responsible and professional and do their each and every work in the favor of the client. They always make focus to satisfy the guest.

      This is why I’m telling is that we were fully satisfied with the work and services of Luxury Holidays Nepal. Luxury Holidays Nepal is the best.

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    Essential Information

    Trekking Grade and difficulty for Luxury Everest View Trek

    The Luxury Everest View Trek is a relatively easy trek, suitable for people with a moderate level of physical fitness. The trekking grade for the Luxury Everest View Trek is considered to be "Easy to Moderate."

    The trek involves walking for around 4-5 hours per day on a well-trodden trail with a gradual incline. The altitude on this trek is not as high as the classic Everest Base Camp trek, and the highest point you'll reach is 3,960 meters at Hotel Everest View.

    The Luxury Everest View Trek is designed to provide a comfortable and luxurious experience while still allowing you to experience stunning views of the Himalayas and the local culture.

    Payment Method and Booking Confirmations

    Once the reservation and travelling dates are confirmed you need to make advance payment which can be paid online by using your card. Please follow the direct payment link for more details about the booking procedure and calendar.

    Accommodation During Luxury Everest View Trek

    Accommodation in Kathmandu Dwarika's Hotel is a luxury hotel located in Kathmandu, Nepal. The hotel is known for its unique architecture, which is inspired by traditional Newari designs, and its focus on promoting Nepali culture and heritage.

    The accommodation at Dwarika's Hotel is designed to provide a luxurious and comfortable experience for guests. The rooms are spacious and well-appointed, with traditional Newari architecture and modern amenities. Each room is individually decorated with antique furniture, handcrafted textiles, and intricate wood carvings, creating a unique and authentic atmosphere.

    Mountain Accommodation during the Luxury Everest View Trek is in luxury lodges, which offer comfortable and well-appointed rooms with modern amenities. These lodges are typically located in picturesque locations with stunning views of the Himalayas and the surrounding landscape.

    The luxury lodges on the Everest View Trek are designed to provide a comfortable and luxurious experience, while still allowing you to experience the local culture and way of life. The lodges are typically constructed using local materials, and the interiors are tastefully decorated with traditional and modern elements.

    However, the highlight of the trek is the stay at Hotel Everest View, which is considered to be one of the best hotels in Nepal. The hotel offers luxurious rooms with en-suite bathrooms, comfortable beds, and modern amenities. The hotel also has a restaurant that offers gourmet meals with stunning views of the Himalayas.

    The rooms in these lodges are spacious and come with comfortable beds, high-quality bedding, and modern bathroom facilities. You can also expect to have access to hot showers, Wi-Fi, and charging facilities in the lodges.

    The dining areas in the luxury lodges offer a range of gourmet meals that cater to various dietary preferences. The meals are typically prepared using fresh local ingredients and offer a mix of Nepali, Indian, and international cuisines.

    Foods during Luxury Everest View Trek

    During the Luxury Everest View Trek, you can expect to have all meals included, which will be provided at the luxury lodges and teahouses along the trekking trail. These meals are typically a mix of Nepali, Indian, and international cuisines and are prepared using fresh local ingredients.

    Breakfast: For breakfast, you can expect to have options such as eggs, bread, pancakes, porridge, muesli, and fresh fruit. You'll also be served hot drinks like tea, coffee, or hot chocolate.

    Lunch: For lunch, you can expect to have options such as Nepali dal bhat (rice, lentil soup, and vegetables), momos (steamed dumplings), pasta, sandwiches, and soups.

    Dinner: For dinner, you can expect to have a variety of options, such as Nepali dal bhat, curries, noodles, pasta, and soups. You'll also have access to a range of vegetarian and non-vegetarian options.

    Snacks: You'll have access to a range of snacks during the trek, such as chocolate bars, energy bars, chips, and nuts.

    Drinks: You'll have access to a range of drinks during the trek, such as tea, coffee, hot chocolate, soft drinks, and bottled water. It's important to note that you should only drink bottled or boiled water during the trek to avoid getting sick.

    Drinking Water during Luxury Everest View Trek

    During the Luxury Everest View Trek, it's important to stay hydrated and drink plenty of water to avoid altitude sickness and dehydration. It's recommended to drink at least 3-4 liters of water per day during the trek.

    The water sources in the Everest region are not safe for drinking, and it's recommended to only drink bottled or boiled water. The luxury lodges and teahouses along the trekking trail provide boiled water, which is safe for drinking. You can purchase boiled water at the lodges or use your own water filtration or purification system.

    Alternatively, you can also purchase bottled water at the lodges, but it's important to note that plastic waste is a significant problem in the region. If you do purchase bottled water, make sure to dispose of the plastic bottles responsibly by either recycling or carrying them out with you.

    It's also recommended to avoid drinking water from streams or rivers, as it may not be safe for consumption. Additionally, it's important to be mindful of water usage during the trek and conserve water whenever possible, as water resources are limited in the region.

    Transportation and Flights on Luxury Everest View Trek

    Domestic Flights - Kathmandu or Manthali to Lukla and return

    The most common way to get to the starting point of the trek, which is Lukla, is by taking a domestic flight from Kathmandu/Manthali to Lukla. The flight is a scenic and exhilarating experience, taking you through the Himalayas and landing on a narrow runway at Lukla airport. The flight takes around 20/20 minutes, and it's recommended to book in advance as flights can get busy during peak trekking season.

    Once you land at Lukla airport, you'll start your trek to the luxury lodges and teahouses along the trail. The trekking trail is well-trodden, and you'll be walking for around 4-5 hours per day on a gradual incline. The luxury lodges and teahouses are located along the trail, providing comfortable accommodations and meals.

    Airport Transfer

    Upon arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, a representative from Luxury Holidays Nepal will meet you and transfer you to your hotel in a private vehicle. The vehicle will be air-conditioned and equipped with modern amenities, providing a comfortable and hassle-free transfer to your hotel.

    Sightseeing Tours

    Luxury Holidays Nepal offers a range of sightseeing tours in Kathmandu and other parts of Nepal. These tours are conducted in private vehicles and include a professional tour guide who will provide detailed information about the sites visited. The vehicles used for sightseeing tours are air-conditioned and equipped with modern amenities, providing a comfortable and convenient experience for travelers.

    If you prefer not to trek, it's also possible to arrange a helicopter flight from Kathmandu to Everest View Hotel, which provides stunning views of the Himalayas and the surrounding landscape.

    It's important to note that the transportation and flights during the Luxury Everest View Trek can be affected by weather conditions, especially during the monsoon season.

    Age limit for luxury Everest view trek

    There is no specific age limit for the luxury Everest View Trek, as it can depend on the individual's physical fitness and health condition. However, it is recommended that trekkers be at least 10 years old, as younger children may not be able to handle the physical demands of the trek.

    It's important to note that the trek can be physically challenging, as it involves hiking at high altitudes and dealing with the effects of altitude sickness. Trekkers should be in good physical shape and have prior hiking experience. Additionally, it's important to consult with a doctor before embarking on the trek, especially if you have any pre-existing medical conditions.

    Luggage during Luxury Everest View Trek

    During trekking, porters are used to carrying the main luggage while the trekkers carry a day pack with essentials such as a water bottle, sunscreen, camera, spare jacket, etc. The main luggage is usually a trekking bag or duffel bag, which is carried by the porter.

    It's important to note that the weight allowance on domestic airlines in Nepal is typically around 15 kg for checked baggage, and additional weight may incur an extra fee. It's recommended to pack light and stay within the weight limit to avoid any additional fees or inconvenience.

    Group Leader during the Luxury Everest View Trek

    During the Luxury Everest View Trek, a group leader will accompany you and your group throughout the trek. The group leader is an experienced trekking guide who is knowledgeable about the trekking route, local culture, and customs. They are responsible for ensuring the safety and well-being of the group, as well as providing guidance and support during the trek.

    The group leader will typically meet you at your hotel in Kathmandu before the trek and provide a pre-trek briefing, which includes information about the trekking route, safety precautions, and equipment needed for the trek. They will also be available to answer any questions or concerns you may have about the trek.

    During the trek, the group leader will lead the group along the trekking trail, pointing out landmarks and providing information about the local culture and way of life. They will also help to coordinate meals, accommodation, and transportation along the trekking route.

    In addition to the group leader, there may also be assistant guides and porters accompanying the group, depending on the size of the group and the specific arrangements,

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    If you have purchased a voucher for the tour, it's important to confirm your preferred tour date with us as soon as possible, to ensure availability and allow time for the necessary arrangements to be made, such as purchasing domestic air tickets and booking accommodations.

    It's recommended to confirm your spot on the tour at least 2 months prior to the commencement of the tour, to allow for any necessary preparations and arrangements.

    When confirming your booking, you'll typically need to provide a code and voucher number to us. This information can usually be submitted through a link, such as the Voucher Redemption link.

    Nepal Visa for Luxury Everest View Trek

    If you're planning to visit Nepal for the Luxury Everest View Trek, you'll need a visa to enter the country. There are two options for obtaining a Nepal visa:

    1. Visa on Arrival: Visitors can obtain a visa on arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu or at other designated entry points in Nepal. The visa on arrival is valid for a maximum of 90 days and can be extended while in Nepal. To obtain a visa on arrival, you'll need to fill out an application form and provide a passport-sized photo and payment in USD, EUR, or NPR.

    2. Pre-Arranged Visa: Visitors can also obtain a pre-arranged visa through the Nepalese embassy or consulate in their home country. This option is recommended if you're planning to enter Nepal through a land border, as a visa on arrival is only available at designated entry points.

    The cost of a Nepal visa varies depending on the length of stay and the type of visa. It's recommended to check the latest visa fees and requirements with the Nepalese embassy or consulate in your home country or with the Department of Immigration in Nepal.

    Book an international flight for Luxury Everest View Trek

    If you're planning to do the Luxury Everest View Trek in Nepal, you'll need to book an international flight to Kathmandu, which is the capital city and the main entry point for most visitors to Nepal. There are several international airlines that offer direct flights to Kathmandu from major cities around the world, such as Delhi, Mumbai, Bangkok, Singapore, Dubai, Doha, and Istanbul.

    The cost and duration of international flights to Kathmandu vary depending on your departure city and the time of year. It's recommended to book your international flight well in advance to secure the best rates and availability.

    It's also important to check the baggage allowance and restrictions of your airline, as some airlines have stricter baggage policies than others, and excess baggage fees can be expensive. You can use the following options to book your flights.

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    8. Google Flights (

    These websites allow you to compare flight options, airlines, and prices from different providers, and you can often find deals and promotions that may not be available elsewhere.

    When and where should you arrive for Luxury Everest View Trek?

    It's recommended to book your international flight to arrive and depart from Kathmandu international airport(Tribhuvan International Airport), as this is the main entry and exit point for most visitors to Nepal.

    Upon arrival at the airport, you'll be received by representatives from Luxury Holidays Nepal, who will be holding a signed card with the company's name. They will escort you to your hotel in Kathmandu.

    If you plan to arrive early or depart late, you'll need to make extra hotel arrangements by contacting [email protected]. It's important to provide your flight details to the company after purchasing your international air ticket, so they can make arrangements for your airport pickup and transfer to the hotel.

    Currencies accepted during Luxury Everest View Trek

    During the Luxury Everest View Trek, the local currency in Nepal is the Nepalese rupee (NPR). The Nepalese rupee is accepted at most shops, restaurants, and hotels along the trekking route, as well as in major cities such as Kathmandu.

    In addition to the Nepalese rupee, some hotels, shops, and restaurants may also accept US dollars or other major currencies, such as the euro or the pound sterling. However, it's recommended to carry Nepalese rupees for smaller purchases and transactions, as US dollars and other currencies may not be accepted everywhere, and the exchange rate may not be favorable.

    It's also recommended to bring a combination of cash and credit/debit cards for the Luxury Everest View Trek. Credit and debit cards are accepted at some hotels, restaurants, and shops in major cities and towns, but they may not be accepted in more remote areas along the trekking route. It's also important to check with your bank or credit card company about any fees or charges for international transactions.

    Safety for Everest View Trek

    Luxury Everest View Trek is generally considered safe, as long as you follow the safety guidelines and precautions.

    However, trekking in the high-altitude Himalayan region does come with some inherent risks and challenges, such as altitude sickness, weather changes, and difficult terrain. It's important to be prepared and take precautions to minimize these risks, such as allowing for proper acclimatization, staying hydrated, and following the guidance of your trekking guide.

    Communication on Luxury Everest View Trek (Internet and SIM Cards)

    Internet and mobile network coverage are available in most of the parts of the Luxury Everest View Trek, but it may be limited or unreliable in more remote areas.

    Most hotels and lodges along the trekking route offer Wi-Fi internet access, but the speed and reliability of the connection may vary. Some hotels and lodges may charge an additional fee for internet access.

    If you need reliable internet access during the trek, it's recommended to bring a portable Wi-Fi hotspot or a satellite phone. These devices can provide internet access and communication options in areas with limited or no mobile network coverage.

    Local SIM cards are available at several shops and kiosks in Kathmandu and other major cities in Nepal. The main mobile network providers in Nepal are Ncell and Nepal Telecom. It's recommended to compare the rates and coverage of the different providers and choose a plan that best suits your needs.

    Vaccinations & Immunization for Luxury Everest View Trek

    It's important to note that the specific vaccinations and immunizations needed may vary depending on individual health factors, the duration and type of travel, and other factors. Therefore, it's recommended to consult with a healthcare provider or travel medicine specialist for personalized advice on which vaccinations and immunizations are recommended or required for the Luxury Everest View Trek and other travel destinations.

    Insurance for Luxury Everest View Trek

    Travel insurance and emergency evacuation coverage are highly recommended for the Luxury Everest View Trek, as they can provide financial protection and assistance in case of unexpected emergencies, such as accidents, illness, or natural disasters.

    In particular, travel insurance should cover emergency medical expenses, trip cancellation or interruption, and baggage loss or theft. Emergency evacuation coverage should cover the cost of medical evacuation by helicopter or other means in case of serious injury or illness.

    It's important to check the details of your travel insurance policy carefully to ensure that it provides adequate coverage for the Luxury Everest View Trek and other planned activities, and to understand the terms and conditions of the policy, including any deductibles or exclusions.

    In addition, it's recommended to choose a travel insurance policy from a reputable provider with a 24-hour emergency assistance hotline and to carry a copy of your insurance policy and emergency contact information with you during the trek.

    Acclimatizing During the Everest view trek

    Acclimatization is a critical aspect of the Everest View Trek, as it helps the body adjust to the high altitude and reduces the risk of altitude sickness. During the trek, you will have several days set aside for acclimatization, during which you will hike to higher altitudes during the day and then descend to lower elevations to sleep.

    One of the best ways to acclimatize during the Everest View Trek is to follow the "hike high, sleep low" principle. This means that you will gradually climb to higher elevations during the day, but descend to lower altitudes to sleep. For example, you may hike up to Tengboche Monastery, which sits at an elevation of 3,867 meters (12,687 feet), but then descend to the village of Debuche, which is at a lower elevation of 3,710 meters (12,172 feet) to sleep.

    It's also essential to stay hydrated and eat a balanced diet during the trek. Drinking plenty of water and other fluids can help prevent dehydration, which can worsen the effects of altitude sickness. Eating foods rich in carbohydrates and avoiding alcohol can also help the body adjust to the high altitude.

    Altitude Variation in Everest View Trek and What Luxury Holidays Does to Minimize Altitude Sickness

    The trek starts from Lukla (2,860 meters/9,383 feet) and descends to Monjo (2,840 meters/9,318 feet) on the first day. The next day, you will cross the famous Hillary Suspension Bridge and ascend to Namche Bazaar (3,440 meters/11,286 feet), which involves a steep ascent of around 600 meters (1,968 feet) over a distance of approximately 3.5 kilometers (2.2 miles).

    After acclimatizing to Namche Bazaar for two nights, you will continue your trek to the Everest View Hotel (3,880 meters/12,726 feet). This involves ascending through the villages of Khumjung and Khunde and crossing a steep ridge to reach the hotel. The ascent from Namche Bazaar to the Everest View Hotel is approximately 7.2 kilometers (4.5 miles) long and involves an elevation gain of around 440 meters (1,444 feet).

    On the return journey, you will descend from the Everest View Hotel to Namche Bazaar and then descend further to Monjo. From Monjo, you will cross the Dudh Koshi river and ascend to Lukla, where the trek ends.

    It is essential to take your time and ascend slowly, allowing your body to adjust to the higher altitude gradually. You should also stay hydrated, rest when needed, and follow your guide's advice on acclimatization.
    While on the Luxury Everest View Trek, the guides are trained in first aid and have extensive experience guiding treks in the Himalayas. They will monitor your health throughout the trek and be on the lookout for any symptoms of altitude sickness or other medical issues. However, it is always important for trekkers to communicate openly with their guides and report any symptoms they may be experiencing, no matter how slight they may seem.

    In the event of any problems, the guides are equipped to handle medical emergencies and will take the necessary steps to ensure your safety and well-being. The safety and well-being of trekkers are of the utmost importance on the Luxury Everest View Trek, and the guides will do everything they can to ensure you have an enjoyable and safe experience.

    Physical fitness for Luxury Everest View Trek

    The Luxury Everest View Trek, although less strenuous than the traditional Everest Base Camp trek, still demands a certain level of physical fitness and mental preparedness. As the highest point is the Everest View Hotel at 3,880 meters, it's important to be cautious of altitude sickness and ensure proper acclimatization. The trek lasts for 5-7 days, with daily walking durations ranging from 2 to 6 hours on varied terrains such as steep inclines, rocky paths, and possibly snow or ice. A moderate level of physical fitness is necessary, and it's advised to start training at least two to three months in advance, incorporating cardiovascular exercises, strength training, and weighted backpack hikes. Mental stamina and a positive attitude are crucial for overcoming challenges like changing weather conditions and potential altitude sickness, ensuring a successful and enjoyable trekking experience.

    Checklists for Luxury Everest View Trek

    Here is a checklist of items that you should consider bringing for an Everest View Trek:


    • Lightweight hiking boots
    • Moisture-wicking base layer tops and bottoms
    • Insulated mid-layer jacket or fleece
    • Waterproof and windproof jacket and pants
    • Warm hat and gloves
    • Sunglasses with UV protection
    • Sunhat and sunscreen


    • Daypack (25-35 liters) for carrying water, snacks, and extra clothing layers
    • Trekking poles
    • Headlamp or flashlight with extra batteries
    • Water bottles or hydration system
    • Sleeping bag (rated to at least -10°C)
    • Basic first aid kit with any necessary medications
    • Camera and extra batteries


    • Passport and any necessary visas or permits
    • Cash or credit card for purchasing items along the trail
    • Snacks and energy bars
    • Waterproof zip-lock bags for storing electronics and important documents
    • Portable charger for electronics

    It's important to note that some of these items may be available for rent or purchase in Kathmandu or other nearby towns, so you may not need to bring everything on this list. It's also important to pack light and only bring what you really need, as you'll be carrying all of your gear with you throughout the trek.

    Hot Showers and Electricity on the luxury Everest view trek

    The Luxury Everest View Trek provides hot showers and electricity throughout the trek. While the lodges on the trek may vary in terms of their amenities, the Luxury Everest View Trek includes accommodation in some of the best lodges in the region, which provide modern facilities such as hot showers, comfortable beds, and electricity.

    Most of the lodges on the trek have attached bathrooms with hot showers, and they also provide charging facilities for electronic devices. However, it is important to note that electricity and hot water may not be available 24/7, and some lodges may charge an extra fee for hot showers or charging electronic devices.

    During the trek, you will be able to enjoy the stunning scenery of the Himalayas while also enjoying the comforts of modern amenities. 

    Trip Extensions

    If you have some extra time before or after the Luxury Everest View Trek, there are several trip extensions that you can consider to enhance your travel experience in Nepal. Some of the popular trip extensions include:

    1. Chitwan National Park: Chitwan National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the best places to see wildlife in Nepal, including tigers, rhinos, and elephants. You can take a jungle safari, visit a local village, or participate in other outdoor activities.

    2. Pokhara: Pokhara is a popular destination for outdoor activities and adventure sports, such as hiking, paragliding, and rafting. You can also explore the scenic lakeside town, visit temples and monasteries, or relax in a spa.

    3. Annapurna Circuit Trek: The Annapurna Circuit Trek is one of the most popular treks in Nepal, and it offers stunning mountain scenery, cultural experiences, and diverse landscapes.

    4. Bhutan Tour: Bhutan is a neighboring country of Nepal and it is known for its rich culture and natural beauty. You can take a guided tour to explore Bhutan's ancient temples, monasteries, and other cultural attractions.

    5. Helicopter Return from Namche Bazaar to Lukla or Kathmandu.

    Porter Weight Limit for Luxury Everest View Trek

    The porter weight limit for the Luxury Everest View Trek is typically set at 30 kilograms (66 pounds) per porter. This weight limit is in accordance with the regulations set by the Nepal government to ensure the safety and well-being of the porters.

    However, we follow a more ethical approach and set a lower weight limit of around 20 kilograms (44 pounds) per porter. This allows the porters to carry the load safely and comfortably without risking their health or safety.

    It is important to note that while the porters on the Luxury Everest View Trek are experienced and accustomed to carrying loads in high-altitude terrain, it is always recommended to pack light and bring only the essentials for the trek. This not only makes it easier for the porters but also ensures that you can trek comfortably and enjoy the experience without being weighed down by heavy luggage.

    Tipping for Luxury Everest View Trek

    Tipping is a common practice in Nepal, including for trekking guides, porters, and other service providers on the Luxury Everest View Trek. Tipping is not mandatory, but it's a way to show appreciation for good service and hard work.

    The amount of tip can vary depending on various factors, such as the duration of the trek, the number of people in the group, and the level of service provided. As a general guideline, a typical tip for a trekking guide is around USD 10-15 per day, and for a porter is around USD 7-10 per day. However, you may adjust the amount based on your satisfaction with the service provided.

    It's recommended to carry enough cash for tipping and to give the tips directly to the guide or porter at the end of the trek. If you are traveling with a group, you may also consider pooling the tips together and giving them to the guide or trekking company representative.

    In addition to tips for guides and porters, you may also consider tipping other service providers, such as hotel staff, restaurant staff, and taxi or rickshaw drivers, if you are satisfied with their service.

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