Tengboche Monastery is one of the most famous monasteries of Nepal, probably because of its unrivalled backdrop of Mount Ama Dablam. Tengboche Monastery is the leading Buddhist Centre in the Khumbu. The monastery is perched on a high ridge across the canyon from Khunde. This Buddhist monastery was burnt down in 1989 and rebuilt replacing the old building with a more solid structure. Pines, azaleas and colorful mountain rhododendrons surround the attractive Gompa (monastery), which rests amid stunning views of Everest, Lhotse and Ama Dablam.
A tough day awaits us. In total, about 900 meters up to Namche Bazar. At Monjo we enter the Sagarmatha National Park. We see Thamserku (6608 m) towering high above us. Following the Dudh Kosi for the fifth, and now last time, to be crossed, we get a tough final climb high above the river to Namche Bazaar. With clear vision in the distance we can see Mount Everest and Lhotse. We stay in a comfortable lodge in Namche Bazaar (3500 m). If we just go up in the direction of the military camp and go just around the corner we can see Everest and the Ama Dablan. Namche Bazaar is a real commercial city, on the Saturdays there is still the famous market and many lodge owners come to buy their supplies. Hiking hour: 5.5
We stay one day because of acclimatization in Namche Bazaar, we make a short hike with views of Lhotse, Ama Dablam and the Everest. We just go around the corner in the direction of Kenjoma where we have a lunch and for getting used to the altitude. This is really necessary because the next few days we only go uphill.
Today we walk at a leisurely pace through Thamo to the village of Thame (3800 m). Slowly since the height will be noticeable. With nice views to the other side of the valley with high above us the peaks of the Nupla, Shar, and Lho Nup we walk along above the Bhote Kosi river. At Thame a visit to the monastery is very worthwhile. East of Thame is the Rolwaling area with beautiful high peaks; with sonorous names such Bigphera Go Shar, Panayo Tippa and Tengi Rai Tau. Hiking hours: 5
We walk nearly the same route back to Namche Bazaar and have views on Kangtaiga and Thamserku. Beyond Phurte we go through Syangboche to the pretty village of Khumjung (3800 meters). However, from the junction there is an hour of climbing before reaching the top of Syangboche village. From the nearby hill you will have a beautiful view of the Ama Dablam and surrounding mountains. There is a German bakery in Khumjung with delicious oven-fresh bread and real coffee. The village has excellent educational facilities, thanks to the efforts of the famous Sir Edward Hillary. A visit to the upper village Khunde, with its hospital, is a possibility for an extra side trip. Hiking hours:5
From Khumjung we descend less than one hour to Phunki Tenga (3250 m), after this there is a long climb of 600 meters to Tengboche. On the other side of the valley; the Thamserku (6608 m) and Kangtega (6685 m) high above the valley. The Tengboche monastery is the largest in the region, after a fire in 1989 it was completely destroyed and with help and donations it was rebuilt in its former style. Here we can, while enjoying many goodies from the bakery, enjoy the views of Everest, Ama Dablam and Lohtse. Here we can visit the monastery and the museum. Hiking hours: 7-8
Tengboche village which houses the very famous Tengboche monastery which is the biggest monastery of the Everest region. It is located within the Sagarmatha National Park which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The monastery is blessed with panoramic views of the Himalayas, including Mt. Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam and Thamserku. The Tengboche Monastery opens at 3:00pm, so if we reach there by 3 o’clock we can observe a Buddhist religious ceremony.
This is a long but rewarding day of trekking mostly following a dusty trail that winds its way down, up, & around various mountain sections past multiple villages. The wide trail from Phunki Tenga to the junction to Kyangjuma/Khumjung consists of forested slopes of Rhododendron, Pine, & Birch and open panoramas of various peaks. You may spot Himalayan deer (Tahr), Pheasent's, & Danphe, the national animal of Nepal, which has colors similar to those of a peacock. Hiking hours: 8/9
Trail between Namche bazaar to Lukla goes along the Dudhkoshi River. The first part till Larja Dobhan is flat and short up and down. After crossing Hilary suspension bridge at Larja Dobhan it is steep uphill walk till Namche bazaar. Namche bazaar to Lukla walking experience throws pine forests, hamlets and crop field with the views of mountain like Ama dablam, Kusum Kangru, Khumbila, Tawoche and Thamserku. Hiking hours: 8/9
Price Includes: Guide, assistants, 3 meals per day, afternoon tea & snacks, accommodation for the duration of the trek (2 persons per room). However, during high season one room per two clients may not be always available. If this should happen we request our clients to be flexible and share a triple or room with four beds. Annapurna Park entry and TIMS fees, staff insurance, transport to and from the trailhead, two nights' accommodation pre and post the trek and a complimentary massage after the trek from Seeing Hands, a blind organization. (proud to introduce one of our product) and can supply 75 liters backpack for the main trekking stuff, light crampons, gaiters and trekking map. Assistant- (maximum weight to carry is 10 kg for female assistant guide and 13 kg for male assistant guide). Doesn't include: Soft beverages, air tickets & client insurance
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Difficulty level : moderate
Sunday to Saturday 9.00am - 6.00pm