Everest View Trek is suitable for all of trekking and hiker gives ample opportunity to explore khumbu region cultural heritage for people with limited time and without any prior experience in mountain walking. Most of the trekker wish to trek up to Namche Bazaar for the purpose of close-up views of Everest and experience the Sherpa culture and its traditions. It is half way to Everest Base Camp trek with the highest point being the famous Tengboche Monastery at 3860m. The trekker wish to spend time with monk at Monastery could also be considered as the highlight of the trip, since the breathtaking views of Everest rising behind the Lhotse/Nuptse wall and the peak of Ama Dablam can best be viewed from here. During the trek the walking hours will be about five hours a day with a long lunch break, which gives us enough time to acclimatize and enjoy the beautiful mountain scenery.
Generally all hikers and climbers take aclimazation day at Namche to prevent the Acute Mountain Sickness.Tengboche Monastery the culturally significant Buddhist monastery is located at the amazing backdrop of Mount Amadablam. Tengboche Monastery is the biggest monastery in Everest area where climbers and trekkers stop by to seek the traditional blessing from the monastery Lama for of the success to their journey.