The Tengboche Monastery is the most important monastery for the Sherpas of the Khumbu region. It is tradition that every climbing expedition to Mt. Everest be blessed by the head Lama of this monastery. The monastery is also significant because a decree from the Lama prohibits killing within the premises which is largely the reason why the Sagarmatha National Park is a refuge for a variety of endangered fauna.
Although there are many trekking routes, the trekkers who has tight schedule can select this trek. This trek surely offers you the panoramic views of highest mountains in the Himalaya without hiking to extreme altitudes. The trekkers will also get chance to share their moment with village people.
Extreme Adventure representative will collect you from the airport. It’s a free day. Later in the evening, there will be a group briefing and welcome group dinner.
|*||The trekking guide or our experience staff will first do a gear check at your hotel and organize renting any equipment if needed. Then you have a free day to explore around beautiful Heritage sites in Kathmandu (Durbar squares of Kathmandu, Pahupatinath and Boudha Stupa).||1340 m|
Flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and trek to Monjo
Our trip begins at early morning. Our office staff and trekking guide will see you at the hotel. We will drive to Airport and go for 30 min flight to Lukla, which flies over endless rolling hills covered with green terraces. Once in Lukla, we have a short break to organize porters and gear before starting our day’s Trek. You will trek for about 5 hrs to Monjo.
Trek from Monjo to Namche
After Breakfast you will trek to Namche Bazzar. The route crosses several steel suspension bridges covered with katas, white well-wishing scarves, and prayer flags. It’s a 5 hr hike up to Namche. On a clear day, you can catch your first view of Everest from a lookout about mid-way up the hill.
Rest day in Namche
Spend an extra day in Namche before trekking higher to allow our bodies to adjust to the lower levels of oxgyen in the air. In the morning, we will walk up to the Everest View Hotel to enjoy a panoramic view of Everest, Ama dablam and Thamserku.
Trek from Namche to Tangboche
We will walk to Tengboche Monastery which is the most important monastery for the Sherpas of the Khumbu region. It is tradition that every climbing expedition to Mt. Everest be blessed by the head Lama of this monastery. The monastery is also significant because a decree from the Lama prohibits killing within the premises which is largely the reason why the Sagarmatha National Park is a refuge for a variety of endangered fauna. You will enjoy the most spectacular mountain scenery on the face of the Earth.
Trek to Monjo
After a wonderful time at Tengboche Monastery with the sound of Morning Prayer chanting by the monks and lamas and then heading downhill to cross Imjatse River and then a steep climb for an hour and with a gradual walk retracing the journey back to Namche Bazaar and Monjo. After a rest and lunch stop afternoon downhill to Monjo and back to Dudh Kosi valley crossing the same river few times and back at national park entrance / exit gate and then to Monjo for overnight stop
Trek to Lukla
From Monjo we will walk downhill to the valley floor and to Lukla. This is our last night as a group with your guides and porters
|7||Fly back to Kathmandu from Lukla. Our office staff will meet you at Kathmandu airport. Drive to your hotel.||1340 m|
|*||Depending on your flight time we will drop you at International airport for your final departure to destination.||1340 m|
The accommodation in Kathmandu as well as extra activities like city tour, rafting, paragliding, jungle safari, mountain flight is not included in the above package. The company will provide you the above information according to the visitor’s choice and interest.
Accommodation in Kathmandu:
As mentioned in the note, hotel accommodation is not included in the package. Therefore, if you need accommodation in Kathmandu, we will provide you with hotels of different categories (1 star to 5 stars) as per your choice.