Since 1998

Everest Panorama- Tengboche Monastery Trekking

11 Days

Main Highlights:

‘enjoy scenic walks to beautiful spot at Tengboche for panorama of Everest’

“Short and scenic adventure in the shadow of towering Mt. Everest Enjoyable walks along impressive Sherpa villages of great interesting culture Walk within serene beautiful woodland of tall alpine tree lines with views of peaks Explore villages festooned with age-old heritage of Buddhism religion and custom An adventure for all from beginners to expert walkers with enjoyable scenic times Picturesque Tengboche Monastery for super panorama of high mountain range”

At a Glance




Hotels and Local lodge

Trip Difficulty


Max Altitude

3,867 m

Max People



11 Days


Tour and Trek


Breakfast and Lunch


Private Car

Kathmandu – Lukla- Tengboche

Brief trip Profile:

  • Hotels in Kathmandu with local nice lodge. on treks.
  • Moderate with touch of altitude.
  • At Tengboche Monastery 3,867 m high.
  • Minimum 4 hrs with Maximum of 6 hrs treks
  • Guided tour, overland journey and scenic trekking.
  • 06 Nights and 07 Days (Lukla to Lukla)
  • 10 Nights and 11 Days (Kathmandu to Kathmandu)

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Cost Includes:

  • Registered experienced English-speaking trekking guide.
  • An assistant guide to handle the group if the number of participants is above six.
  • Porters to carry your main pack (weight limit 25kg as per state law.
  • All meals: breakfast, lunch and dinner during the trek.
  • Tea, coffee, cookies and fresh fruits during the trek.
  • Mountain lodge accommodation on twin/double sharing basis.
  • Kathmandu – Lukla – Kathmandu Flight and airport taxes.
  • All necessary Everest Panorma trekking permits.
  • Office service charge, government taxes and vat etc.
  • Food, accommodation and salary of your guide and porters.
  • Sharing porters to carry your luggage and trekking gear.
  • Insurance and trekking gear for guide and porters.

Cost Excludes:

  • Transfers, accommodation and meals in Kathmandu.
  • Guided sightseeing and monuments entrance fees in Kathmandu.
  • All bar bills, beverages such as coke, fanta, mineral water
  • Hot shower, hot water, internet and personal nature expenses.
  • Personal travel insurance, international air ticket and Nepal visa fee.
  • Rescue operation charge in case of emergency (we arrange rescue on request).
  • Gratitude and tips for guide and porter.


On arrival at Nepal international airport in Kathmandu, where Professional Trekking Guide staff receives with warm welcome and then transfer to your hotel in the hub of Kathmandu.
On checking your rooms getting refreshed then join in at hotel foyer / lobby meeting with other members of the trek, where our guide will brief providing information on Everest Panorama and Tengboche Monastery trekking.
Evening group welcome dinner in a nice Nepalese environment restaurant with native folk culture programs along with the dinner.

A free day in Kathmandu you can enjoy at leisure as well preparation for the trek, on this day interested people can join in our exciting guided sightseeing tour for half or full day tour at places of great interest around World Heritage Sites.

Morning as time for Lukla flight a short drive to Kathmandu domestic airport for short scenic flight to Lukla on smaller aircraft (Dornier / Twin Otter or similar) after 30 minutes flight lands at Lukla airport, where walk begins to Phakding.
Lukla airport named ‘Tenzing-Hillary’ in respect to first conqueror of Mt. Everest, and from Lukla with refreshing stop, walk starts downhill and then on gradual path heading into nice Sherpa village to reach our first overnight stop at Phakding village near Dudh Kosi River.

Today’s walk starts on pleasant trail within small forest of pines and rhododendron trees facing views of peaks, as walk follows river upstream to cross a long bridge to enter Sagarmatha National Park near Monjo village.
Sagarmatha National Park also a world heritage sites from here walk follows on river gorge and to cross a high bridge where long uphill climb leads to Namche Bazaar, a large village almost the size of a town and the hub of Sherpa as well for visitors.
At Namche Bazaar the only place on route base camp with facilities of ATM, Banks, post office, Cyber Café, Trekking / Climbing stores and shops with café, bakeries and restaurants include views of Kwangde peaks.

Namche Bazaar an ideal place for rest and for acclimatization day at an altitude 3,440 m high, morning having breakfast where short excursion and hike takes you on top of Namche a place with interesting museum provide information of the Khumbu / Everest area of Sherpa religions, culture, history, mountaineering to flora and flora.
High hill of Namche offers stunning views of Amadablam, Tharmarserku, Kantega, Kwangde, Khumbila with Mt. Everest and Lhotse towards North, after an impressive morning head back to lodge for lunch with afternoon free to relax and catch up with the dairy and browse around the street of Namche, where once a week Saturday market / bazaar takes place.

Enjoying rest day at Namche, morning with short climb and then walk on scenic trail along the path lined with rhododendron and pine trees with views of Amadablam and Everest.
As walk then descend to Imjatse River at Phunge Tenga, a small place with few tea shops, a favorite lunch stop place.
After a refreshing break, where second half of the trek leads to a climb for few hours into cool shade of forest to reach on top at Tengboche and the monastery, a scenic spot with grand views of Amadablam, Kantega, Thamersarkhu, Kwangde and Mt. Everest.

Tengboche Monastery one of the oldest and famous monuments and centre of Khumbu Sherpa for religious occasion which was burnt down in 1991 and been rebuilt to present shape with great support of late Sir Edmund Hillary and his Foundation.

From Tengboche walk lead downhill to a bridge with an hour climb up to Kyanjima a small settlement, where people can take Khumjung and Khunde villages route to reach back at Namche or walk on same normal route back to Namche Bazaar for overnight stop after nice scenic trek of the day

A pleasant and relaxing walk as route heads back to Lukla on this last day trek of the adventure, with few short climb brings you back to Lukla for last overnight stop around Khumbu and Everest and farewell to our loyal and friendly porters.

Flight starts early morning, transfer to Tenzing and Hillary air terminal at Lukla airport on boarding the plane a sweeping flight of 35 minutes brings you back in Kathmandu and then transfer to respective hotels with rest of the day free at leisure.

In Kathmandu a spare as contingency day just in case of flight delay and cancellation at Lukla or in the beginning of the trek, which occurs quite often even in the best time of the year due where bad and unfavorable weather conditions hamper the flight.
If all goes well as our standard itinerary days, where people with interest can join in for optional tour around Kathmandu around place of great interest or enjoy free individual activities and shopping.

Final and last day in the country of Himalaya wonders with varied interesting cultures, after a memorable time and experience on Everest Panorama and Tengboche Monastery trekking, with time for your international flight, where our staff and guide transfer you to the airport for flight back home or to next respective port of call.
Please Note:
As per Nepal Civil Aviation rules and norms where flight to Lukla from Kathmandu does not takes place, since last few months from March 2019 where flight operates from a town of Ramechap which is due east from Kathmandu.
To reach Ramechap takes 4-5 hrs drive on private vehicles and vice versa on the way back from Lukla also.

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Trip Detail:

Best Seasons for Everest Panorama and Tengboche Monastery Trekking:

Nearly all months of the year one can join in for Everest Panorama and Tengboche  Trekking, except during wet monsoon seasons from June to mid September when days are cloudy that obstructs views of mountains with rains and dark heavy clouds.

But much greener with lush rich vegetations (not recommended during monsoon wet months unless for botanical people and students to study flora and fauna of the region)

Best time from March to May when most days are clear for views and as well for pleasant walks with moderate temperatures and longer sunlight hours, and on this time of season when wild flowers are in full bloom, enjoy bright and beautiful wild flower especially rhododendron of various species from trees to bush of different colored flowers (national flower of Nepal the rhododendron).

March to May in late afternoon can be cloudy with chances of rain and snow around higher altitude.

Mid September to December around autumn /fall and pre winter one of the best times with clear blue sky and sunny days (for short while from morning to mid day) can be cold and freezing during morning and night times above 1,800 m high.

Sunlight is short during autumn and winter seasons but most of the morning till late afternoon are clear for views and pleasant walks.

People and Culture:

High Khumbu area populated by Highlanders the Sherpa of Everest, interwoven with Buddhism religion and colorful culture and fascinating heritage life style where you can witness from Lukla onwards, villages festooned with religious symbols and monuments of prayer flags, decorated walls with spinning chiming bells.


Everest Panorama and Tengboche Monastery Trekking a short scenic and cultural adventure loaded with enjoyable and fascinating time of week duration a perfect Himalayan holiday for travelers to enjoy views of Mt. Everest and visiting charming native Sherpa villages.

Everest Panorama and Tengboche Monastery trekking that suit all types of people with no limit of age-bar, a mesmerizing adventure that takes you to high lovely and marvelous view point at Tengboche surrounded by array of high peaks with views of Mt. Everest.

On this journey where people can get acclimatized as walk follows at slow and easy pace with several refreshing stops to enjoy views of beautiful landscapes and mountains and as well getting used to high elevation and scenic environment.

Everest Panorama and Tengboche Monastery starts from Kathmandu taking a smooth scenic flight to reach high Khumbu area of Everest in Lukla, a busy Sherpa town where most of the adventure begins and ends.

After Lukla on the high road to Namche as walk leads through interesting nice villages and within patch of serene woodland to reach into Sagarmatha National Park, one of the highest park of Himalaya region which is added in World Heritage Sites (where Sagarmatha a name in Nepalese for Everest and Sherpa call as Chomolungma similar to Tibetan language).

Walk heads higher facing glorious scenery of high peaks to reach Namche Bazaar the hub and main village of Khumbu Sherpa as well a favorite spot for trekkers with acclimatization days at Namche Bazaar before heading higher elevation.

From Namche with pleasant rest day and exploring places of great interest with grand views of Everest and adjoining peaks, where our walk continues to reach our main final destinations at scenic Tengboche and the Monastery.

A wonderful spot surrounded by high mountains with views of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse with majestic looking Amadablam and series of peaks, truly a place that one never forgets the experience with enjoyable moment at Tengboche.

 At Tengboche tour takes you into its impressive monastery of great interest where once a year in the month of October or November as per Buddhist calendar a great religious festival held known as Mani-Rimdu.

Interesting event to observe priest, monks dance dressed in colorful costumes and varied masks wading evil spirits.

Slowly walk leads back down to Namche and then at Lukla for short scenic flight to reach Kathmandu, after a great time and experience on Everest Panorama and Tengboche Monastery Trekking.

FAQ's of Everest Panorama- Tengboche Monastery Trek

1. What is the Everest Panorama-Tengboche Monastery Trek?

The Everest Panorama-Tengboche Monastery Trek is a short and scenic trekking route in the Everest region of Nepal. It offers stunning views of some of the world's highest peaks, including Mount Everest, and takes trekkers through picturesque Sherpa villages and lush rhododendron forests.

2. How long does the trek take to complete?

The duration of the Everest Panorama-Tengboche Monastery Trek is typically around 5 to 7 days, depending on the starting point and the pace of the trekker. It's a relatively short trek compared to other routes in the Everest region, making it ideal for those with limited time or seeking a less strenuous trekking experience.

3. What is the highest point reached during the trek?

The highest point reached during the Everest Panorama-Tengboche Monastery Trek is Tengboche, where the famous Tengboche Monastery is located. Tengboche sits at an altitude of approximately 3,860 meters (12,664 feet) and offers breathtaking panoramic views of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, and other surrounding peaks.

4. What is the level of difficulty of this trek?

The Everest Panorama-Tengboche Monastery Trek is considered to be of moderate difficulty. While it doesn't involve extreme altitudes or technical climbing, trekkers should still be prepared for some steep ascents and descents, as well as changes in weather conditions. Previous trekking experience and a reasonable level of fitness are recommended.

5. When is the best time to undertake this trek?

The best time to undertake the Everest Panorama-Tengboche Monastery Trek is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) seasons. During these times, the weather is generally stable, and the skies are clear, offering excellent visibility of the mountains and surrounding landscapes.

6. What permits are required for this trek?

Trekkers undertaking the Everest Panorama-Tengboche Monastery Trek require two permits: the Sagarmatha National Park entry permit and the Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Permit. These permits can be obtained through a registered trekking agency in Nepal or directly from the relevant authorities in Kathmandu or Lukla.

7. What is the accommodation like during the trek?

Accommodation during the Everest Panorama-Tengboche Monastery Trek mainly consists of teahouses or lodges located in the villages along the route. These teahouses offer basic but comfortable amenities such as dormitory-style rooms or private rooms with shared bathrooms. Some teahouses may also have attached bathrooms and hot shower facilities for an additional fee.

8. Is altitude sickness a concern on this trek?

Altitude sickness can be a concern on any trek in the Everest region, including the Everest Panorama-Tengboche Monastery Trek. While the maximum altitude reached on this trek is relatively moderate compared to other routes, trekkers should still acclimatize properly and be aware of the symptoms of altitude sickness. It's essential to ascend gradually, stay hydrated, and listen to your body.

9. Are there any cultural highlights along the trekking route?

Yes, there are several cultural highlights along the Everest Panorama-Tengboche Monastery Trek. The Tengboche Monastery, one of the most significant monasteries in the Everest region, is a major cultural attraction. Trekkers can attend the morning prayers and immerse themselves in the serene ambiance of this sacred place.

10. What should I pack for the Everest Panorama-Tengboche Monastery Trek?

Packing essentials for the Everest Panorama-Tengboche Monastery Trek include sturdy hiking boots, comfortable trekking clothes, a warm jacket, hat and gloves, sunglasses, sunscreen, water bottles or a hydration system, basic first aid kit, toiletries, and a camera to capture the stunning mountain views and cultural experiences along the way. It's also advisable to pack lightweight, high-energy snacks and water purification tablets.