9 – Days Tengboche monastery trek is one of the beautiful and short trek in Khumbu region. This trek has a chance to explore the cultural of Sherpa people and amazing view of top of the world mountain Mt.Everest and innumerable other peaks.

Trekking to Tengboche Monastery starts (from Lukla) which need to fly from Kathmandu to Lukla an around 30 minutes on the Nepalese mountain sky and download hill to Chauri kharka, Phakding, Monju, Jorsalle, uphill to Namche Bazaar and Tenboche walking along the dudh koshi river. Namche bazar is the business spots for Khumbu valley people where you exchange your trade in between Tibetan people and local product within the local people. But most of the things to feed to the tourist and local has to bring from the main city or market from Kathmandu or near or road head Jiri/shivalaya.Namche bazar recognized as a city of khubu and other locality. Hotels are neat and clean as well as a place to acclimatization where people stay one more days and hike up to Everest view hotel a five start hotel in the high altitude and explore khumjung and khunde villages, ancient monasteries, local monuments in the entire village and Sherpa Museum in Namche bazar. The view of mountains Mt.Everest (8848) , Ama Dablam(6850m) , island peak (6175m),Lhoste (8518m),Nupste (7840m),Thamserku (6480m),kusum kangaroo (6365m).Including Tengboche are panoramic from elsewhere.The trek also offers to explore the national parks, its natural habitants like birds and animals. Sometimes they come to close by you because they are already been built relation and rapport to human. The flora of the region are the lower flower to highland juniper including rhododendron, a national flower of Nepal and National bird called Danphe.

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