Everest tea house trekking is an easy scenic and cultural diversity; enjoy this comfort trekking staying at nice and comfortable tea house accommodation all along the way at a fair trekking package deal.
Everest tea house trek is a scenic beauty and cultural diversity. We stay at nice and comfortable tea house accommodation all along the Everest comfort trekking. We will have full back up trekking support from our professional guide and helper on this comfort tea house trekking in Everest. Trekking on foot is the only way of getting to its people and places intimately. Everest, the Sherpa dominated region has offered many things to all tourists that you could directly observed and view on Everest comfort trekking. This is an easy pace trekking commences at Lukla after 30 minute scenic flight from Kathmandu. The final destination of Everet lodge trekking is to Tyangboche monastery, the oldest and big monastery of Khumbu region and from there you could see the nice Himalayan ranges including Mt. Everest, Ama Dablam, Lhotse, Nuptse, Thamserku and Kangteka.
You are not necessary to be a supper fit for this trekking. A medium level of fitness is helpful for Everest tea house trekking. All holiday doers can participate this trekking. Autumn and spring is the best for this trekking. There are well maintaining facilities like tea house accommodation, internet, telephone network and charging battery. Check below our Everest tea house trek itinerary and for more information and the best package deal with local tour operator run by trekking guide team.
Day 1: Arrive Kathmandu (1350m)
Upon arrival, you will have warm reception and greeting from us and then drive to Hotel. Attend a group trekking meeting in the afternoon
Day 2: Fly to Lukla and trek to Phakding (2652m)
After final administration requirements, we fly to Lukla. Weather permitting, this flight offers outstanding views of the eastern Himalayas. Our first day is an easy walk to lush surroundings of Phakding, located on the Dudh Kosi River. It takes nearly 4 hours trekking.
Day 3: Trek to Monjo (2835)
Trek short and easy trek for 3/4 hours to Monjo following the Dudh Koshi River with some small ups and downs hills.
Day 4: Trek to Namche Bazaar (3440m)
Trek 5/6 hours with some ups and down following Dudh koshi to Monjo, the Everest National park headquarter. Lunch there and trek on steep uphill for 3 hours to Namche bazaar (3444m). Namche is the central trading post in the Khumbu, attracting Himalayan and lowland merchants. We spend two days in Namche to acclimatize high altitude, visit local markets and spend time with friends in town.
Day 5: Acclimatization day
In the morning the group takes an acclimatization hike to Everest View Hotel. In the afternoon we have time to visit sights in Namche Bazaar, including the Sherpa museum and local marketplace.
Day 6: Trek to Thame (3800m)
Perhaps one of the most fascinating days of the trek, it takes 5 hours travel to Thame (3800m), off the main trekking path. This gives us an intimate view of Sherpa culture while visiting a traditional home. Interestingly enough, a number of famous climbing Sherpa have come from Thame. Thame experience is one rarely afforded to trekkers.
Day 7: Explore in Thame
Explore the beautiful Thame village and its monasteries.
Day 8: Trek to Namche
Trek back to Namche bazzar. It is 5/6 hours trekking.
Day 9: Fly from Syangboche to Kathmandu.
Take a helicopter flight to Kathmandu via Lukla from Syangbochen.
Day 10: Kathmandu Tour
Sightseeing of world heritage sites of Kathmandu: Boudhanath stupa and Bhaktpur durbar square.
Day 11: Kathmandu Airport.
Final transfers to Kathmandu airport for the onward flights.