Everest View Trek Nepal & Bhutan Tour Overview
As many people love to combine Bhutan's trip with Nepal, keeping this in mind, Himalayan Trekkers present you with a unique package where you can get the best out of these two countries.
Everest View trek Nepal and Bhutan Tour is a 3 weeks tour program - a combination of trekking and tour in Nepal and Bhutan. This journey provides you with a unique understanding of culture, nature, the Himalayas, traditions, and lifestyles. You trek for 8 days in the Everest region, followed by a flight to magnificent Bhutan.
Everest View Trek is a shorter version of Everest Base Camp Trek and is also known as Everest Panoramic Trek, nevertheless, providing a full beautiful screenplay of panoramic Everest and surrounding snowcapped peaks in the background.
The journey on the Everest trail passes through the famous Sherpa people's homeland and offers views of the Himalayas ' most prominent peaks. Designed for individuals who want to get near Everest without climbing it, this 9 days high-altitude hike brings you through breathtaking scenery. Then we approach the Khumbu valley, a land of colossal, ice-capped peaks gleaming in the sunlight.
Since Sherpas mainly reside in the mountainous region of Nepal, it is also a perfect way to have some insights into their culture, traditions, food, & hospitality. This is a great chance to relish the entire beauty of the Everest region by spending a few days in Namche Bazar, Khumjung, and exploring the famous monastery of Tengboche.
The second half of the tour, i.e. the Bhutan Tour, mainly focuses on exploring the valleys of Thimphu, Paro, the beautiful Punakha, and Phobjikha Valleys. Bhutan, the land of the thunder dragon is one of the countries that has been preserving its ancient culture and tradition to date. Also, the people of Bhutan have set the best example in preserving their natural and cultural heritage. These legacies can be seen on manmade Dzong, Chhortens, palaces, as well as forests, and even the preservation of wildlife.
This short tour in Bhutan lets you experience the true essence of Bhutan’s tranquil highlands and stunning valleys with comforting hospitality. You will also have the chance to visit the farmhouse and engage with the villagers, as well as get a taste of rural Bhutanese life. A week in Bhutan provides ample opportunity to learn about the country from various perspectives.
So, if you are interested to explore these two Himalayan nations, contact us for the best and excellent service.
Note: During severe weather conditions, the Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu flight can be frequently delayed by a few hours or even canceled for one, two, or more days. Even in the best of seasons, such circumstances can arise. As a result, you should expect long waits at Kathmandu or Lukla airports in such instances, as this can occur at the start or finish of the trek, or even both! We will do everything possible to avoid such delays and will book you on the next available aircraft.
Major Highlights of Everest View Trek with Bhutan Tour
- Breathtaking Himalayan flights over the beautiful peaks and vast terrain
- Cultural discovery of world heritage sites of Kathmandu Valley
- Enjoy the Sagarmatha National Park's varied flora and fauna
- Tibetan-influenced Tengboche Monastery, the largest in the Khumbu region
- View the Everest Himalayan panorama, including Mt. Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, and Thamserku
- Everest View Hotel, the highest elevation hotel in the world
- Connect with the Sherpa people's culture and way of life
- Unique Dzongs (fortresses), Memorial Chortens, and stunning architectural temples in the Land of the Thunder Dragon
- Experience hiking in Bhutan with a short walk to the famed Tiger's Nest (Taktsang Monastery)
- Drive across high mountain passes with breathtaking views of the Himalayas.
- Genuine and welcoming locals and their authentic foods
Everest View Trek with Bhutan Tour Difficulty
Trekking can be challenging because of a variety of factors such as route conditions, trek distance, duration, altitude, and weather. Despite the fact that Everest View Trek is a relatively easy trip, you may find it challenging in some areas. The very second trek from Lukla to Namche Bazaar is somewhat difficult because the path is steep and slippery. The trek takes 5 to 8 hours every day of walking covering an average of 500 meters distance. However, this walk is not as challenging as it appears if you are physically fit and mentally strong. There are a few hard hills to climb, but the paths are zigzagged to make it easier, and there is plenty of time to sit and talk. This journey will be over 3,500 meters above sea level. At this elevation, the chances of suffering altitude sickness begin to increase. However, to avoid this as much as possible, we have arranged the itinerary to provide you with adequate time to acclimate.
The Bhutan tour is not difficult at all. The only hard point during this trip is the 3-4 hours hike up to the Taktsang Monastery at 3120 meters. And, if you can accomplish the high-altitude Everest View Trek, why can’t you do this as well? Right?
In conclusion, the Everest View Trek in Nepal with Bhutan tour is a moderate journey to the Himalayan region offering a lifetime experience.
Best Time for Everest View Trek with Bhutan Tour
The climates of Nepal and Bhutan are similar, ranging from high mountains to lowland sub-tropical plains and jungles. Both nations have comparable climates and are best visited during the same season.
Pre and post-monsoon, which are spring (March-May) and autumn (October – November), respectively, are the two main reasons for all the treks in Nepal and Bhutan including Everest View Trek and Taktsang Monastery Hike. The air is pure and fresh and the skies are clear during this period are clear offering the best vistas of the surrounding Himalayas and the valleys.
Trekking is feasible from December to February, which is an excellent time to avoid the crowds, but be prepared for colder weather. The rainy season runs from June to August, and we don't recommend trekking during this time because the trails will be slick and sloppy and most of the time, the views will be covered with clouds and fogs.