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Everest View Comfort Trek

Everest View Comfort Trek

A walking holiday in sight of Everest staying in the best accommodation




Everest View Comfort Trek Trip Map, Route Map
Trip highlights
  • Sightseeing tour of UNESCO world heritage sites in Kathmandu.
  • Scenic flight to Lukla from Kathmandu.
  • Walking in Mt. Everest National Park, Natural World Heritage site.
  • Superb mountain views of Everest and surrounding peaks from Syangboche.
  • Visit Sherpa villages and Buddhist monasteries along the way.
  • Experience the lifestyle and traditions of people living in the Himalayas.
  • Stay in historic Hotel Everest View, placed in Guinness Book of World Record as the highest palced hotel in the world.

This itinerary is a good introduction to trekking in Nepal while staying at the high standard quality lodges of the Everest region, suitable even for first-time trekkers

Why choose Everest View Comfort Trek?

Everest View Comfort Trek is an easy-moderate trek in the Everest region of Nepal. This itinerary can be best for those looking for an easy and short trek in the Everest region. Although the trail you take is the same as the Everest Base Camp Trek, the hotels we choose are as comfortable as any 4-5* comparable to a city hotel. Moreover, they are located to such a degree that they give you the best panorama of the Himalayas from the lodge itself.

Although you will not be able to make it to the Everest Base Camp on this trek, but you will enjoy the magnificent views of Everest, Ama Dablam, Lhotse, Kongde Ri, and Kusum Kanguru from Everest View Hotel in Syangboche and Khumjung village. Besides, this Everest View Comfort Trek offers you a chance to explore culturally affluent Sherpa villages and gain insight into the tradition, culture, and lifestyle of the Sherpa people.

What is the best season for Everest Comfort View Trek?

Even though the best trekking season in Nepal is spring and autumn. Yet, we can do the Everest View Comfort Trek all year round except during the monsoon season. During the monsoon, there might be heavy rainfall, and the trails get muddy and slippery. Winter season can also be the best season with less traffic and clear skies, but the temperate can be colder.

Are you fit for the Everest View Comfort Trek?

The Everest View Comfort Trek doesn’t need a high fitness level or physical training. Anyone with good health and little trekking experience can do it. This Everest View Comfort Trek is an easy trek that reaches an altitude of 3880 m. Moreover, we will have enough rest and acclimatization while trekking from Lukla to Namche Bazaar. Therefore, we will not have any issues regarding altitude sickness either.


The Everest View Comfort Trek begins with a spectacular flight to Lukla. We spend two more days hiking up the beautiful canyon of the Dudh Koshi to the Sherpa capital of Namche Bazaar. The trail from Lukla to the colorful and vibrant center of Sherpa culture is through many Sherpa villages, past pine and rhododendron forests, with outstanding views at every turn. The hike is over well-graded and on well-established paths, making it suitable even for a novice.

From Lukla, we begin our walk gradually to Phakding, then to Namche Bazaar, and finally to Hotel Everest View at Syangboche, listed in the Guinness Book of World Records (2004) as the highest-placed luxury hotel in the world. Further, we will hike and visit the villages of Khunde and Khumjung, home to the traditional Sherpa people. On the last day, we head back to Lukla from Monjo for a flight the following morning back to Kathmandu.

Detail Itinerary 

Day 1 & 2: In Kathmandu.
Flying into Kathmandu on a clear day is an unforgettable experience, with the entire Nepalese Himalayas sprawling out below you. Upon arrival, meet our guide/representative and transfer to the hotel. On the first evening, visit Kathmandu Durbar Square and walk to Thamel through Asan and Indrachowk markets. Welcome dinner and briefing in the evening. The next day, we have a full day of sightseeing covering the World Heritage sites of Kathmandu valley, such as Swayambunath, Boudhanath, Patan Durbar Square, and the local markets. The evening is free to shop and prepare for the trek. Overnight stay in Kathmandu.

Day 3: Fly to Lukla (2860m) & trek to Phakding (2610m)
Early morning, fly to Lukla Airport, one of the most renowned mountain airstrips in the world. On the flight, we watch the rugged foothills give way to the snowline of the Himalayas. Upon arrival at Lukla, we will gather our gear and begin our trek to Phakding. The walk takes us through the pastoral lands of the Sherpas, past several small villages and individual farms. After about 3 hours, we finally meet the river and reach our first lodge at Phakding at 2610m (lower than Lukla)- located beside the tumbling Dudh Koshi river. Overnight stay in Yeti Mountain Home.

Day 4: Phakding-Namche Bazaar (3440m) Approx. 12km/6hrs trek. Ascent 1300m - descent 500m
Today will be the most challenging day physically on our trek. We will follow the trail north along the Dudh Koshi River up the valley of Benkar. We then cross the Dudh Koshi River and continue to Monjo. Moreover, Monjo serves as the entrance to the Sagarmatha National Park. After crossing the suspension bridge, our trail winds up past Jorsalle alongside the Dudh Koshi river. Continue up the wooded valley on a good path and cross the river again before reaching the confluence of rivers. We make a final crossing on a tremendously impressive suspension bridge, spanning a deep chasm, and begin an hour-and-a-half-long ascent to Namche. An hour below Namche, near Chautara, we gain views of Everest. Eventually, after about 6hrs hike, we pull into Namche Bazaar, the Sherpa capital. The narrow streets at its center are a mixture of cyber cafes and souvenir shops. Similarly, Namche is a bustling market where goods far away as Tibet are traded and the hub of everything in the Everest region.  Overnight stay in Yeti Mountain Home.

Day 5: Namche Bazaar - Shyangboche (3780m) Approx. 2.5km/2hr walk to Hotel Everest View.
We will visit the nearby internationally known Museum of Sherpa Culture. Our stay in Namche will help us acclimatize to the altitude. later we begin another 1-2hrs stiff climb up to Hotel Everest View, past Syangboche airstrip. Inaugurated in 1971, the Guinness Book of World Records (2004) accords Hotel Everest View, the status of Highest Placed Hotel. View Everest from every room and enjoy a 360’ panoramic view from the hotel sun deck. The rooms are spacious with an attached bathroom, including a sitting area and access to balconies. In the advent of altitude sickness, Oxygen bottles, Gamow bags, and rescue helicopters are available.
Relax and enjoy the rest of the day in this historic hotel. You can also walk to the nearby Khumjung and Kunde villages and visit local families. Pay a visit to Sir Edmund Hillary’s school and Khumjung monastery with a scalp that purportedly comes from a Yeti. Further, walk to the village of Khunde, which contains the famous medical center instigated by the Sir Edmund Hillary Trust. Overnight stay in Everest View hotel.

Day 6: Shyangboche-Namche-Monjo(2835m) Approx. 8km/4hrs trek. Ascent 360m - descent 1400m.
Wake up early to enjoy and experience the first rays of the sunrise from behind the tallest mountain on earth. After breakfast, if you wish, you can visit Khumjung and Kunde once again. From Namche bazaar, descend to the Dudh Koshi valley. Cross over the suspension bridge, and walk along with a gradual ascend and descend to Monjo. Monjo is a picturesque village at the edge of Everest National Park, comprising about 30 houses, in a narrow valley at the junction of the Thamserku & Dudh Kosi rivers surrounded by mountains. Overnight stay at Everest Summit Lodge/Yeti Mountain Home.

Day 7: Monjo to Lukla (2860m) Approx. 13km/ 4 -5hrs trek.
Our last day of the trek is a gradual downhill hike to Phakding. You will have the option to visit the Gumila monastery from Phakding. It takes less than an hour from the main trail. From Phakding, continue following the river valley for a bit and then climb off the side of the ridge to Lukla. Free to stroll or enjoy a relaxing afternoon at the hotel. Overnight Stay at Everest Summit Lodge

Day 8 & 9: In Kathmandu (B)
Wake up early to bid goodbye to the spectacular Khumbu region before boarding your flight back to Kathmandu. On arrival, transfer to your hotel. The rest of the day is to rest, relax or explore the local market. The next day is also free. We keep this day as a contingency day. Just in case the flight from Lukla gets canceled (usually the flight from Lukla to Kathmandu gets canceled due to unpredictable mountain weather). If the flight arrives as planned, you can request a sightseeing tour in Kathmandu. Overnight stay in Hotel Shambala.

Day 10: Final Departure (B)
Transfer to the airport according to your flight schedule.

  • Group Size2-8 maximum for scheduled small group Journey, but any size for Private tour

  • MealsAll meals during the trek, one welcome dinner and daily breakfast in Kathmandu

  • Trip AccommodationComfort lodges with attached bath during the trek, City hotels with swimming pool in Kathmandu

  • RouteKathmandu, Phakding, Namche Bazaar, Syangboche, Monjo, Lukla, Kathmandu

  • Trip Type Trekking
    Village Tour

  • Trip SeasonsBest in March, April, May, Oct & Nov. Also good in Dec, Jan & February. As such the trek can be done through-out the year

  • Best MonthsMarch, April, May, October, November

  • Good MonthsFebruary, June, September

  • Lean MonthsJanuary, July, August, December

Prices & Dates

Join-in/small group is available for March, April, May, Sept, Oct & Nov.
This trip also can be taken privately with your dates:

Our cost is based on the number of participants to offer the best possible cost:
• 8 members: US$1540 per person.
• 6 members: US$1610 per person.
• 4 members: US$1695 per person.
• 2 members: US$1855 per person.
• Single traveler: US$2705.
• Single room supplementary: US$435.

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  • All airport and hotel transfers by private vehicle.
  • Round trip domestic flight tickets to and from Lukla.
  • Sightseeing with entrance fee accompanied by a local tour guide as per itinerary.
  • Accommodation comfort lodges during the trek and in 3-4* hotels in Kathmandu.
  • Only breakfast during the stay in Kathmandu with one welcome/farewell dinner.
  • All meals during the trek(breakfast and dinner at the staying lodge, and lunch along the way).
  • English-speaking local trekking guide along with a porter (one porter for every two members) during the trek.
  • All necessary paperwork and permits (TIMS/ Everest National Park permit).
  • All Government taxes and service charges.

Not included

  • Nepal entry visa.
  • International flight to and from Kathmandu.
  • Lunch and dinner or any other meal not specified above.
  • Personal Travel Medical Insurance.
  • Personal expenses such as bar, beverages, tips and gratuities, laundry, telephone, battery recharge, etc.
  • Any extra cost forced upon by changing the itinerary due to your health, natural condition, political situation, or early return from the trek.
  • All other personal expenses not listed in the included section


Kathmandu(4* category)
Hotel Shambala or Kathmandu Guest House
On the Trek:
Phakding: Yeti Mountain Home
Namche: Yeti Mountain Home
Syangboche: Everest View Hotel.
Monjo: Yeti Mountain Home or Everest Summit Lodge.
Lukla: Everest Summit Lodge.

Hotels in Kathmandu

  • Hotel Shambala

    Hotel Shambala, a contemporary Tibetan themed boutique hotel in Kathmandu, Nepal offers unparalleled comfort and luxury with the best in Tibetan and Nepalese hospitality. Inspired by Tibetan art and architecture, all 65 rooms feature beautiful handma...

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Hotels in Lukla

Hotels in Monjo

Hotels in Shyangboche

Hotels in Namche

Trip Guide/Leader

  • Hem Raj Bastola

    Hem Raj Bastola