Everest View Trek Nepal & Bhutan Tour - 18 Days

The First nice view of Everest seen on the way to Namche

Trip Info

Trip Duration

18 Days

Max Altitude

3860 m



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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.

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Itinerary Details

Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu
30 Min Drive to Hotel
Max Altitude: 1350 M

After arrival at the Tribhuwan International Airport (TIA) in Kathmandu, you will be greeted by our representative from Himalayan Trekkers and transferred to the hotel.
After checking in and having some rest we will be discussing the trek details and necessary equipment that you need while trekking. We will organize a welcome dinner at the traditional Nepalese restaurant with a fine meal in the evening. 

If your arrival time happens to be before noon, you could have guided sightseeing of some of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the Kathmandu Valley such as Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa, and Budhanilkantha Temple which are close to the airport. 

Meals: Welcome Dinner
Accommodation: Standard Hotel in KTM
Day 2: Fly to Lukla & Trek to Phakding
35 Minutes Flight & 3/4 Hours Walk
Max Altitude: 2650 M

Early in the morning, you will be transferred to the airport for a 35-minute daring flight to Lukla (2,800m/9,186ft) above green scenery and snow-capped mountains. This is one of the most exciting routes in the world on a hillside encircled by huge mountain peaks. Lukla is a gateway to every Everest trekking trail and here we meet our crew members. After a short tea break in Lukla town, our real walking journey begins. 

We will arrive at a Cheplung town after an hour of gentle descent, where we will enjoy a view of Mt. Khumbila along the other peaks. We steadily descend from Cheplung till we reach Phakding.
For the accommodation, we have a short but most exciting hike and have a side trip to a nearby monastery.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
Day 3: Trek to Namche Bazaar
5/6 Hours Walk
Max Altitude: 3440 M

Before setting out on the trek to the largest Sherpa village, Namche Bazaar, we take a hearty breakfast at our lodge in Phakding. Our trail leads us across the Dudh Koshi River on a huge suspension bridge, then through a lovely pine forest to Monjo, the entrance to the Sagarmatha National Park. From here, the first glimpse of Mt. Everest will appear.

 We will further walk to the Jorsale village from where we will get a closer look. We will take a break here for lunch while taking in the beauties of pine tree plantations, honeycombs, and Everest vistas. After lunch, continue climbing to Tope Danda, a mountaintop that provides views of the Namche hamlet below. The trailhead will lead us to our destination, Namche Bazaar, which is the busiest settlement in the Khumbu region.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
Day 4: Acclimatization & Explore Around in Namche Bazaar
Full Day
Max Altitude: 3440 M

This is the planned acclimatization day for this trek. Today is a wonderful day since we will be visiting the famous Hotel Everest View at Syangboche. We will eat our breakfast at Namche Bazaar and start our short climb up to a ridge in Syangboche hamlet. With only a few climbs, twists, and turns, we reach the highest elevation hotel at the elevation of 3962 meters, Everest View Hotel offering the 360-degree panoramic vista of the peaks including the Everest, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Cho Oyo, Nuptse, Lhotse, and Thamserku. Take a warm lunch or a cup of hot coffee at the hotel relishing the presence of the snow-capped peaks surrounding you. 

After spending a good time with many photographs and videos, we will trek back to Namche Bazaar via some Sherpa Villages on the way. You are free to wander about the Namche market, talk to the locals, and perhaps buy up a souvenir or two for the remainder of the day. You can also visit the ancient Namche Monastery which houses many wonderful Tibetan deities Thangkas. Also, Namche Bazaar gets ready for the weekly market fair every Saturday morning, which brightens up the town. 

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
Day 5: Trek to Thame
4 Hours Walk
Max Altitude: 3800 M

We begin our trek to Thame after breakfast in Namche, which takes about 5 hours. We will walk through a lovely pine forest and see typical Sherpa houses. This route is a part of the Tibet entry route and was the traditional migration track from Eastern Tibet, 800 years ago. The trail then descends sharply to Sanasa, where local Sherpa people sell Tibetan products, passing by several villages and numerous teashops.

There are little ups and downs on the journey from Sanasa to Namche, with views of forests, countryside, and mountains. The route today offers spectacular views of Kongde Ri. We continue our trek after lunch along with the monastery and arrive in the settlement of Samden, from which we descend towards the Bhote Koshi River. After a half-hour climb from here, we reach Thame. It is a small Sherpa village on the Tibetan border that's also home to Ang Rita Sherpa, the woman who holds the record for climbing Mt. Everest ten times without oxygen.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
Day 6: Trek to Khumjung
5 Hours Walk
Max Altitude: 3790 M

Leaving Thame village behind, we start our today’s trek to the stunning Khumjung Village, which is encircled by the sacred Khumbila Mountain, Kondge, Thamserku, and Thamserku peaks. Once we reach the village, we take a brief rest at our lodge. Later, we will explore the important landmarks of the village such as Khumjung Monastery which is famous for housing the Yeti scalp. 

We will also explore the Edmund Hillary School which was built in 1961 by Sir Edmund Hillary’s Himalayan Trust. The school has grown from 2 classrooms to pre-school, primary, and secondary divisions with over 200 students. You can also visit the Edmund Hillary Hospital, also built by the same Himalayan Trust in the Kunde village. We might encounter yaks and yak herders today along with the Sherpa farmland and their exciting culture.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
Day 7: Trek to Tengboche Monastery
3/4 Hours Walk
Max Altitude: 3,3860 M

Early morning breakfast and we follow the uphill trail from the Khumjung leads to Tengboche village. Firstly, we descend towards the Dudh Koshi River with a spectacular view of the mountains like Ama Dablam, Kangtega, Lhotse as well as Everest on the backdrop. Then, our trail continues through the small villages, and forests of firs and pines. 
The views of Ama Dablam (6696m) and Kantega (6779m), as well as Everest (8848m) and Lhotse (8848m), are breathtaking (8501m). 

Tengboche, the Khumbu's largest monastery appears suddenly in front of us after a few hours of a good trek. The lovely gompa (monastery) is surrounded by pines, azaleas, and colorful rhododendrons, with a spectacular panoramic vista of Everest, Lhotse, and Ama Dablam. We explore the surroundings in the evening and spend an overnight there. Tengboche offers a huge number of rest houses and resorts, as well as large camping areas.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
Day 8: Trek to Monjo
6 Hours Walk
Max Altitude: 2835 M

We descend from Tengboche to the Dudh Koshi River amid rhododendron plants and fir trees. Before arriving in Kyangjuma, we pass via the settlements of Tashinga and Sanasa. The pristine beauty of Kongde, Everest, Makalu, Pharchamo, Cho Oyu, Thamserku, Kangtega, and Kusum Kanguru may be seen along route. We initially stop at Namche Bazaar before continuing to Monjo. 

The trail winds its way through the dense forest, with various ups and downs. A steep descent leads us to a bridge over the Dudh Koshi River, which we cross to exit Sagarmatha National Park. Then we continue to Monjo for an overnight stay. 

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
Day 9: Trek to Lukla
5 Hours Walk
Max Altitude: 2800 M

Today is the last day of our trekking. We begin the hike after breakfast by following the Dudh Koshi River to Lukla. After walking from Monjo to Ghat, our lunch stop, we will continue through villages like Chumoa, Benkar, Phakding, and Chuthawa, eventually arriving at the Pasang Lhamu Memorial Gate, which marks the end of the trek. 

Once we reach Lukla, we will bid farewell to some of the crew members. We check in at our accommodation and rest. If you like to be occupied, you can do lots of things here. You can visit the stores, bars, and cafes or explore the corners of the village. 

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
Day 10: Fly Back to Kathmandu
35 Minutes Flight & Transfer to Hotel
Max Altitude: 1350 M

Say goodbye to the Everest Region after breakfast today. We board an early morning flight back to Kathmandu. After check-in formalities at your hotel in Kathmandu, you are on your own. You can explore the corners and streets of Kathmandu more likely Thamel and its surrounding areas either by foot, bicycle (you can rent it), or rickshaw (a three-wheeled cart).  
Other options include treating your muscles at a massage center or Spa. 

Meals: Breakfast
Accommodation: Standard Hotel in KTM
11: Leisure Day in Kathmandu
Full & Free Day
Max Altitude: 1350 M

Today is an extra day to rest or to explore the valley. If you did not visit the Pashupatinath Temple and Boudhanath Stupa on the arrival day due to your flight time, you will explore them today. 

After breakfast, we will start our guided sightseeing of the significant historical and cultural wonders of the Kathmandu Valley by visiting the most renowned and the most important Hindu pilgrimage site, Pashupatinath Temple. It is one of the oldest temples in Nepal and is located on the banks of the sacred Bagmati River. Dedicated to the Hindu God, Lord Shiva, the temple welcomes the most pilgrims from all over the world during the auspicious day called Shivaratri. The main premises are not open for the non-Hindus but the surrounding areas are open to all the visitors. 

From the temple, we drive for a few minutes to Boudhanath Stupa, one of the biggest Buddhist Stupa in Asia. Mandala-styled, white Dome with wide Buddha eyes, Golden spires, and prayer flags, stands proudly between the Tibetan communities. This is one of the favorite destinations both for the locals and the foreigners. As we enter the premises, you will feel the peacefulness, hear the chanting, and smell the scent of the burning Himalayan herbs. Tibetan culture has hugely influenced the area and the stupa represents Tibetan Buddhism, i.e. Mahayana Buddhism. 

Patan Durbar Square which lies in the Lalitpur district, one of the three cities of the old Kathmandu Valley will be the last sightseeing site for today. Patan Durbar Square features beautifully preserved temples and palace complexes and is quite famous among the local visitors. The site is very significant and showcases pre-historic Nepal when it used to be ruled by various Kings. 
Then, you will be dropped off at your hotel. You can take a rest and prepare for tomorrow’s trip to Bhutan. 

Meals: Breakfast
Accommodation: Standard Hotel in KTM
Day 12: Fly to Paro Bhutan & City Tour
1:15 Hours Flight & Transfers to Hotel
Max Altitude: 2200 M

After early morning breakfast, you will be transferred to the airport for a breathtaking flight to Paro International Airport in the country of Thunder Dragon, Bhutan. As your plane starts to descend into the high mountains, you will see no airstrips or cities, but instead will be treated to views of the coming Paro valley, alpine forests, small monasteries, temples, and farmhouses. 

On arriving in Paro, you will be greeted and transferred to the hotel by a Bhutanese representative. Following a quick rest and lunch, we will proceed to the Ta Dzong, Bhutan's National Museum. Hundreds of historic Bhutanese antiques and artwork, such as traditional garments, ceramics, scrolls, and statues, are on show, as well as an extensive exhibit on Bhutan's ecology and animals. We then walk down for a short distance to the Rimpung Dzong, which is known as the fort with heaps of jewels. It lies just below the Ta Dzong as is also known as Paro Dzong. The complex of courtyards and buildings is home to exquisite artworks, meditation rooms, and prayer wheels. 

We will also see Khichu Lhakhang, Bhutan's oldest monument. This is Bhutan's oldest temple, with two orange trees in the courtyard that are claimed to provide fruits all year which are believed to be never plucked instead they ripen and fall to the ground. The size of the Lhakhang is modest but houses 108 temples, built to tame a demon.
We then head to explore the Drugyal Dzong (Bhutan Victory Fort), which was built in the mid-seventeenth century to commemorate the Bhutanese victory over Tibetan invaders. If the weather is clear, we can get a view of the sacred Mount Jhomolhari from here. 

You can experience the evening and night lifestyle after your guided sightseeing. You can explore the markets, restaurants and some shops on your own. 

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Standard Hotel in Paro
Day 13: Hike to Tiger's Nest & Drive to Thimpu
4 Hours Walk & 2 Hours Drive
Max Altitude: 3120 M Tiger Nest

We wake up early in the morning to hike to the most popular landmark in Bhutan, Taktsang Monastery is also known as Tiger’s Nest Monastery. It was built in the 17th century where the second Buddha and the founder of Buddhism in Bhutan, Guru Rinpoche Padmasambhava was believed to have flown to this spot on the back of a Tigress and meditated in one of the caves for 3 years, 3 months, 3 weeks, 3 days, and 3 hours. Once the exploration is completed, we will head downwards to the valley floor. We might take our lunch at the cafeteria halfway to the trail or at the hotel. 

Then, we leave Paro and drive towards the capital of Bhutan, Thimphu city. You can explore the streets, shops, restaurants, and markets in the evening. 

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Standard Hotel in Thimpu
Day 14: Full Day Tour in Thimpu
Full Day
Max Altitude: 2350 M

On the day of exploring Thimpu, we will visit some of the most popular places here. We will go to Sangaygang, a high-altitude field of Bhutanese prayer flags. Then, you will witness the National Takin Research Centre, the Folk Heritage Museum, the National Painting School, the Weekend Market, and the Motithang Mini Zoo.

We will visit the Jigme Dorji Wangchuck National Memorial Chorten, which was created in his honor. Bhutanese structures are all built according to national construction principles and are ornately carved and ornamented. If time permits, we make our visits to the Changgangkha Monastery and the Majestic Thimphu Dzong also known as Tashichho Dzong which is the largest landmark of Thimphu. The fortress presently serves as the government's seat, housing the King of Bhutan's office.

We will also visit the craft mart on Norzin Lam, as well as some of the capital's cottage businesses, such as the traditional paper producing factory, which is good for souvenirs.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Standard Hotel in Thimpu
Day 15: Drive to Punakha (1250m)
3/4 hours Drive & Tour
Max Altitude: 1250 M

Soon after breakfast, we leave for Punakha, the former capital of Bhutan via Dochu La Pass (3,100 meters) for a quick break and to take in the landscape. The pass is one of Bhutan's most beautiful and is also one of the country's few motorable passes with 108 whitewashed stupas built in the memory of 108 Bhutanese soldiers who lost their breaths during the war against Indian Assamese soldiers. The Punakha Valley welcomes you after an hour and a half from the pass. 

Upon arrival at Punakha, we will have lunch and visit the Punakha Dzong in the evening. Punakha Dzong is Bhutan's second largest dzong and is recognized for its magnificent architecture. It is strategically located between two rivers, the Pho Chu (male) and the Mo Chu (females), which have distinct color variances in their water and are also considered the most beautiful in the country. During the spring season, exquisite lilac-colored jacaranda trees grow around the dzong, making it more attractive. 

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Standard Hotel in Punakha
Day 16: Day Trip to Phobjikha Valley (3000 m)
Full Day Trip
Max Altitude: 1250 M

We start our drive towards the Gangtey and reach Wangduephodrang to have our lunch, which is the opposite way of the Thimphu road. We pass by many villages and stop in the lovely village of Sopsokha, just before the Lobesa junction to see the famous Fertility Temple. We pay a visit to Wanduephodrang Dzong, located at the formation of two rivers. We also visit the Dang Chu forest, which is full of bamboo and oak tree. 

After a few hours of driving, we will arrive in Phobjikha Valley ( 3000 M). The limitless meadows and mountains, as well as the small flowers dancing on the meadow hills, are breathtaking. The valley of Phobjikha is well known as the home of black-necked cranes. The Gangtey monastery that is perched atop a hill overlooking the Phobjikha Valley is also worth a visit here. Admire the magnificent views of nature and learn about the region's rich culture and history by visiting Gangteng Gompa. 

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Standard Hotel in Punakha
Day 17: Drive Back to Paro
5/6 Hours Drive
Max Altitude: 2200 M

Today, we drive back to Paro via Dochu La Pass where we will spend some time exploring the Druk Wangyal Monastery. On the way, stop by Simtokha Dzong, the Kingdom's oldest fortress, which houses the School for Buddhist Studies at present. After exploring, our drive continues and halts in Thimphu for lunch. On arriving in Paro, check in and relax. Spend your quality time on your own. 

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Standard Hotel in Paro
Day 18: Fly Back to Kathmandu & Transfer to Hotel
1:15 Hours Flight & Transfer to Hotel
Max Altitude: 1350 M

You will be driven to the airport early in the morning for a picturesque journey back to Kathmandu or you can take connecting flights to Delhi, Calcutta, Bangkok, and Singapore to your home country. 

If you flew back to Kathmandu, our staff will receive you and drive you to your hotel. The remainder of the day is on your own. You can visit the shops, markets, or streets to buy souvenirs, visit the spa for relaxation, or request guided sightseeing of the unexplored sites in Kathmandu Valley. 

Meals: Breakfast
Accommodation: Standard Hotel in KTM
Day 19: Departure from Kathmandu
30 Min Drive to Airport

Your trip to these amazing Himalayan nations comes to an end. After spending more than 2 weeks here in Nepal and Bhutan, you will be flying back to your home or another destination. You will be transferred to the airport 3 hours before your scheduled flight and exchange our goodbyes

Meals: Breakfast

What is included / not included


  • All ground transfers in a private vehicle including airport pickup and drop-off
  • Twin/Double sharing 3* Standard Category hotel/resort accommodations in Kathmandu
  • Daily breakfast at Hotel in Kathmandu
  • Twin/Double Sharing lodge/Tea House/Guest house Accommodations during the trek as per itinerary
  • Meals - Breakfast, Lunches & Dinner during the EBC trek
  • Domestic (Kathmandu – Lukla – Kathmandu) airfare and taxes
  • Flight fare (Kathmandu-Paro-Kathmandu) 
  • An experienced English speaking trekking guide & required porters as per group size for the trek
  • All wages, allowances, insurance, medical, and equipment for supporting crew
  • Sagarmatha (Everest) National Park Fees
  • Trekkers' Information Management System fees & Local Province (Municipality/Village) Fees (All Permits)
  • Bhutan Visa Fees
  • All permit fees 
  • English speaking city guide for sightseeing
  • A bottle of mineral water 
  • All heritage Entrance fees
  • Welcome/farewell dinner
  • All government taxes & official expenses


  • Nepal Entry Visa Fees 
  • International Airfare & Departure Taxes
  • Excess baggage (cargo) charges
  • Meals (Lunch & Dinner) in the Kathmandu city
  • Personal expenses such as phone calls, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, bottle or boiled water, hot shower, etc.
  • Tips for guides/driver/porters
  • Any extra cost arising from bad weather, unfavorable circumstances (road blockage, landslide, flight delay, etc.)
  • Travel Insurance
  • Anything not mentioned in the inclusion section


In Nepal: Himalayan Trekkers provide the best and most comfortable 3-star standard category accommodations on a Twin/Double sharing basis in Kathmandu.  However, everything you might want is available in these cities, from opulent 5-star resorts to comfortable hotels, and affordable guesthouses to lodges and homestays.

During your trekking periods, you will be mostly staying at the local teahouses on a twin-sharing basis. As we progress towards Tengboche, a good enough number of teahouses are available.

They may be able to accommodate you for a small fee if you request a single room, but trekkers in higher altitude places must stay in dormitories or shared rooms. Because tea houses and lodges are located at high altitudes, single room services may not always be available.

Meals During Everest View Trek and Bhutan Tour

In Nepal: Authentic Nepalese cuisine, as well as more popular international cuisine, are available throughout our Everest View Trek (Tibetan, Continental, Italian, Indian, etc.). Breakfast and dinner will be served in teahouses or from a lodge menu where we will be staying the night, while lunch will be served on the way to the next location. During the trek, all meals will be supplied, however, only breakfast will be accessible in Kathmandu.

In Bhutan: All three meals (breakfast, lunch & dinner) along with tea/coffee are included in the package cost. The Bhutanese Government made it mandatory to purchase the particular standard package included with meals and other services. In addition, we will be providing you with bottled/mineral water every day during your stay in Bhutan. 

Guests will also be treated to a welcome or farewell dinner in Kathmandu. 

Note: In case you want to upgrade the room services or have a single supplement, it can be managed at an extra cost in both countries. However, we should be notified prior to the bookings of the trip. 

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