Trip Introduction: 14 Days Days Everest Luxury lodge Trekking
Everest Luxury LodgeTrekking is interesting to know that in Nepal Himalaya where travelers can meet the comfort of homely pleasure even in remote areas of the Everest region, with unbelievable lovely and cozy Mountain lodges and resorts to stay overnights with an excellent food menu.
Everest Luxury Lodge Trek, which was first started in Everest Region way back in the 1980s with Everest View Hotel above Namche Bazaar, then due to the mass flow of trekkers many lodges and Tea-House mushroomed to cater to the needs of the trekkers. At present trekkers and adventurers can have a great choice of accommodation from a standard lodge to a luxury lodge for great comfort with warm Sherpa Hospitality in the shade of mighty Mt. Everest with Sherpa's immense Buddhist culture observing its age-old colorful and lively traditions.
A fascinating moderate adventure Everest Luxury lodge trekking, starting with a scenic sweeping flight to Lukla from Kathmandu and then walking with views soak in the local culture around nice villages visiting monasteries of great interest. All lodges on route trekking from Phakding, Namche Bazaar, Tashinga, and Mende including Monjo, and Lukla are of great comfort with the excellent food menu and well stock bar including cozy dining rooms facing views of the mountain. Truly an awesome journey where you can walk at your leisure pace enjoying views and local customs and staying in one of the best lodges and resorts on this great wonderful Everest Luxury Trekking.
- Trip departures are available every day of the year.
- This trip is fully customizable. We can customize the trip per your need, please contact us.
- This trip is available on both a Fixed Departure and a Private Group Basis.
- This trip can be booked privately if you’re traveling solo or with your family.
- Have a big group? We can accommodate all of your needs.
- We can help you make it fit your budget.
- We accept instant bookings and online payment
Climate and Weather
Himalayan climate can be unpredictable sometimes even in good best seasons, where April and May to the first week of June will be the best time during spring times when days are longer with enough sunlight hours.
Morning and nighttime as well as in shade can be cold and much freezing temperatures around higher areas above 3,000 m.
Other months from September to November are another great time for treks around Kanchenjunga base camp and other areas of the Himalayas, when days are clear for views and to summit the top of the peak, although much colder months of the autumn season with extremely cold during morning and night time, where sunlight is much shorter.
Best Seasons for Everest Luxury Lodge Trekking
Everest Luxury lodge Trekking can be done nearly all months of the year. However, the best time is from March to May, in the spring season, and from mid-September till December, months during autumn and pre-winter season.
March to May is a lovely time with enough day lights and sunshine. When high hills with forests of tall trees and bushes of rhododendron will be in full bloom with other wildflowers, make this trek more interesting and special.
Most days are clear from morning till late afternoon but can get cloudy sometimes with a chance of snows around higher elevations, and cold in the morning and nighttime (not adding extra wind-chill factors).
Mid-September to December during the autumn/fall season where most days are crystal clear from morning till midafternoon but with short daylights, much colder and freezing temperatures in the morning and night as well in shades, away from sunlight (not adding extra wind-chill factors).
Some people might be interested in trekking during the low season of wet monsoons. Most days are cloudy that obstructing views of peaks, encountering less and few numbers of trekkers during the rainy season of Mid-June till Mid-September, but very lush and green with enough moisture that supports more oxygen to help acclimatization, days are longer with sunlight due to summer, and monsoon season around Nepal and other Himalayan destinations much warmer than other seasons of spring and autumn.
Local Culture and Religion
Sherpas are the natives of Everest and other higher Himalayan regions, the word “Sherpa” comes from the Tibetan language. As East for Sher and Pa means people, where Sherpa migrated around the high Himalayas of Nepal around Mid-East and Far Eastern Himalayas range from Eastern parts of Tibet.
Way back more than 400 years of history, the Sherpa normally are farmers and livestock herdings like cows and yaks interwoven with strong Buddhism religion and fascinating cultures that you can witness walking around villages.
In every Sherpa village, one can find a monastery, some are older by more than 500 years like the “monastery of Thame and Pangboche villages”, whereas the famous monastery of Thyangboche was much older and was destroyed by a huge fire in 1991 and has been built to its original shapes.
As you walk from one village to another, you will come across many prayer walls and religious monuments of Stupas (domes), with rows of spinning prayer wheels.
Sherpa men-folks were the earlier pioneers as mountain and trekking guides and still held the post to the present.
Nepal Trekking Planner strongly advises and recommends all clients to purchase Travel as well as Medical Insurance against unforeseen circumstances that might arise or occur during your Himalayan holidays, where Travel and Medical Insurance should obtain through World Nomads Travel Insurance for your upcoming holiday in Nepal Himalayan destinations.
Whilst all our hikes, trekking, and tour programs with itineraries where accommodations are all set in respective Hotels/lodges/Home Stay, Guest House, and Resorts even camping in some remote areas as per the set program itinerary. Some days could be longer or could be shorter depending upon the fitness of the clients, availability of vehicles on time, flight delay, cancellation, unfavorable bad weather, and roads or trail condition. Nepal Trekking Planner requests Clients booking to acquire Travel and Medical Insurance compulsory for undertaking any tour and trek. It should include adequate protection for tour/treks duration to cover personal injury, death, medical expenses, and repatriation expenses in any means of transportation on emergency evacuation such as helicopter rescue, air ambulance, and adequate cover for baggage.
In this situation, your selected and chosen tour destination may differ from the program itineraries. In rare cases, we might even have to reroute or cancel the trips as per the political, riot, bad weather, broken road or trail condition, and porter's situation and condition. The company has the right to cancel the trips due to unavoidable conditions beyond our control including if the volume of travelers is less than expected as per the trips selected. In this case, please bear with us we will try our best to adjust the itinerary trips as best as possible for your convenience.
Altitude Sickness can affect anyone. At high altitudes, the decrease in atmospheric pressure makes breathing difficult due to less oxygen. Mainly, it happens above 3300m (10,000ft). Signs and symptoms are as follows :
- Sleepy but can’t sleep.
- Loss of appetite.
Prevention for this is to dress warmly as per weather conditions, drink plenty of water, eat well, and walk slowly. It is a good idea to climb higher than you sleep. Keep hydrated and make sure you avoid alcohol.