Everest Panorama Trek

Everest Panorama trek is a short and popular teahouse trekking in the Everest Region. This trek is suitable for those who want to experience rich culture and traditional lifestyle of the Sherpa communities and to enjoy the incredible up-close views of the world’s highest peak- Mt. Everest (8,848m) and other adjoining mountains such as Mt. Lhotse (8,516m) Mt. Nuptse (7855m), Mt. Kongde from Syangboche and Everest view hotel within a short holiday in Nepal. You can easily immerse in the perfect Himalayan views and experience Sherpa culture and hospitality.  In addition, you can visit the Buddhist monasteries, Shrines, Chorten and unique rocky hills along the trekking route.

It is the easiest way to experience the gifts of nature in the Khumbu valley that offers stunning views of Himalayas and a very special moment to explore the Sherpa settlements and unique culture of friendly Sherpa people.

Everest Panoramic trekking begins with a short  and scenic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and the trail continues along the Dudh Koshi river, via  Phakding , Namche, Thame, Khumjung, Tengboche monastery and retrace the  same trail to Lukla. During the trek you may encounter with the extraordinary musk deer and the bright and colorful Danphe bird (Lophophorus) – the national bird of Nepal. The ultimate destination of the trek is Tengboche village which lies at a hilltop surrounded by snow-capped mountains. From Tengboche village you will see Mt. Ama Dablam very clearly. You will visit the most popular Tengboche Monastery considered to be the highest monastery in the world.

When you reach Khumjung and Khunde villages you can visit a secondary school and Khunde hospital built by Sir Edmund Hillary. Moreover, you will also visit one of the oldest monasteries at Khumjung and here you can see the skull of Yeti with some different history related to Yeti.

This trekking is possible within one-week duration. Please feel free to contact us at info@findwaysadventure.com  for more information about the trek.

Ghorepani Poonhill trek

Ghorepani Poonhill trek, also known as Annapurna Skyline trek, is a middle hill trekking in the Annapurna region. In terms of distance and pace of walk this trek is considered short and easy, though one has to walk uphill and through rhododendron forests. It is recommended for those who are looking for a few days to be up close with nature, without serious ascents. There is no risk of altitude sickness on this trek as the trail begins at lower elevations and is less demanding. Any trekking enthusiasts can do this trekking throughout the year except in the monsoon season (July to August).

The trek starts from the beautiful Modi Khola River, after an hour’s drive from Pokhara. After crossing the suspension bridge over the river Modhi Khola, we ascend through Gurung villages (one of the ethnic villages in Nepal) and farmed terraces having enjoyed the views of Mount Machhapuchare during the trek. We walk gently uphill mostly through the rhododendron forests before we reach Ghorepani. Upon arrival at Ghorepani, you wake up next day early morning to climb the nearby Poon hill to enjoy the spectacular view of the Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, Nilgiri and other famous mountains of the region. As the sun rises at early dawn, the snow-capped summits of the Himalayan giants-Dhaulagiri (8,167m) and Annapurna I (8,091m) along with a maze of other peaks, slowly begin to appear before our eyes.

Every spring between March and May you find the forests in full bloom with the Rhododendrons at the setting of panoramic high mountains on the skyline. This is, indeed, a rewarding trek that can be enjoyed by every lover of nature and families with children in a short holiday in Nepal. One has to walk just 4-5 hours a day and spend nights at the comfortable lodges. From local to continental food are served in the teahouses along the trailside.