Everest Sunrise Trek is the short and best trekking in Everest to collect the amazing sunrise view. Hike up to Tengboche, explore the biggest monastery in Everest and collect the mesmerizing views of the Himalayas. The 7 days Everest Sunrise Trek also allows exploring the Sherpa capital of Namche Bazar. Taste the local foods, visit the Sherpa museum, and experience a lifetime hiking experience.
This fantastic trek is also popular as Everest view trekking or Everest panorama trekking as well. The tea house (local lodge) type trekking is famous among those who want to see Mount Everest in a short time. This trek is also the best choice for those who are not able to hike up to Everest Base Camp but wish to see Mount Everest. Do this amazing trek to create a lifetime experience.
With an early morning flight, you will fly to Lukla airport (one of the exciting airport in the world). In Lukla, you will be meeting your trekking team (Sherpas and Porters) then you will start your trek. The way to Phakding is easy, which combines the uphills and the downhills. The route follows the Dudh Koshi Riverside and crosses several small local settlements. The Mani walls, some waterfalls, and the local villages plus the people are the attractions of the day. The teahouse in Phakding are well equipped with electricity, wifi, and other facilities. Overnight in the teahouse.
After the hot breakfast, you will then resume your trekking. The way up to Namche Bazar is mostly uphill. This day is one of the longest days of the trek where you will again follow the Dudh Koshi River and cross the several hanging bridges. On a clear day, you will be offered the first view of Mount Everest. Namche Bazar is the last trading center of the trek. Namche Bazar is a wonderful settlement and is the home of the Sherpa people. Sherpa people are known as mountaineers. The Namche Bazar looks amazing itself and the views of Twache Peak add beauty to Namche Bazar. The teahouses here are also well equipped. The wifi, electricity, hot shower, and the bottled water is easily available in Namche Bazar.
After breakfast, you will hike up to Syanboche, the Everest View Point. From there you can collect superb views of the Himalayas and that includes daring Mount Everest too. Enjoy the stunning views of mountains. Later, you will trek back to Namche Bazar for the lunch. After lunch, you can either explore the wonderful settlement and visit the Sherpa museum or can take a good rest in the teahouse. In Namche, you can also buy the gears or the stuff you have forgotten to take from Kathmandu.
The trail from Namche Bazar to Tengboche is mostly flat and a combination of short down and uphill. It is expected to have the sighting of Lhophoprous (The National Bird of Nepal). Along the way, you will pass the years-old Buddhist Monasteries. The views of the stunning of Mount Ama Dablam will keep amazed you. The up you go the Himalayas looks closer and closer. All the way, there will so many fellow travelers and also the mules and the yaks are the friends of the trekking.
Upon your arrival in Tengboche, you will be welcomed with superb views of the Mountains. On the far, Mount Everest, on the right Ama Dablam, and on the other side several other peaks. The views from the hill are something spectacular. Later, in the afternoon, you can visit the Tengboche Monastery, which is one of the oldest and biggest Buddhist Monasteries in the Everest Region. You can also taste the bakeries in the bakery shop at Tengboche.
In the evening, enjoy the stunning sunset views in the Himalayas.
The trail we travel got many ups and downs. Our path also covers the rhododendron and juniper forest. The wonderful mountain views accompany us all the way back to Namche Bazar.
A gentle trekking day. We trek slowly back to Lukla. At Lukla, we can take good rest on free time.
With an early morning flight you will be flying back to Kathmandu.