Everest Tyangboche Trek (kathmandu, Lukla, Namche & Tyangboche) Tour
12 Nights / 13 Days
Destination Covered : Kathmandu, Lukla
Tour Themes : Adventure, Honeymoon, Romantic
Kathmandu and Lukla Tour Overview
Everest Tyangboche Trek
the Everest Region is Understandably the World's Most Popular and Spectacular Hiking Destination. Our Foot Prints of Sir Edmund Hillary Trek Begins with a Spectacular Flight from Kathmandu to the 9,300-foot Airstrip At Lukla. We Then Follow the Traditional Expedition Route to the Sherpa Capital of the Khumbu, the Village of Namche Bazaar and Onwards, Alongside Raging Rivers. Along the Way We Will Visit Many Picturesque Sherpa Villages such as Tengboche, the Home of Nepal's Most Famous Monastery Situated Beneath the Impressive Backdrop of Everest and Ama Dablam (mother's Charm). Sacred Stones, Chortens, Mani Walls (boulders Marked with Buddhist Prayer Inscriptions) and Prayer Flags Will Mark Our Route as We Look Down Into the Gorge of the Dudh Kosi and Gaze Up At the Seemingly Outstretched Arms of Ama Dablam.
the Everest Region Has Incredibly Dramatic Mountain Scenery, Crowned By the Presence of the Highest Mountain in the World. the Flight to Lukla is Spectacular and a Trek Up the Dudh Kosi Valley Sees Us Surrounded By the Soaring Peaks of Thamserku and Kusum Kanguru. Namche Bazaar is Capital of the Khumbu Sherpas and the Famous Thyangboche Monastery Appears Almost as An Abode of the Gods, Located as It is Under the Shadows of Everest, Ama Dablam, Kantega and Countless other Snow Peaks.
Kathmandu and Lukla Tour Itinerary
Upon Arrival Transfer to Hotel. Free in the Evening.
After Breakfast Drive to Kathmandu Durbar Square, (unesco World Heritage Sights.) the Kathmandu Durbar Square is the Historic Place that Was also a Politically Important Site Until Recently. the Kings of Nepal Were Crowned and Their Coronation Ceremony Was Solemnized in this Durbar Square. the Durbar Square, with Its Old Temples and Palaces, Epitomizes the Religious and Cultural Life of the People. the Temples, Monuments, and Palaces are Believed to have Been Built By the Malla Kings of the Medieval Nepal.
the Durbar Square is Called the Hanumandhoka, the Monkey God’s Door in Nepal, Named So After the Monkey God Hanuman. the Area is also Known as Basantpur, the Place for Celebrations and Festivals. the Unesco Enlisted the Durbar Square Area as World Heritage Site in 1979.
the Famous Temples and Monuments Around the Area are Taleju Bhavani, Kal Bhairav, Nautale Durbar, Coronation Nasal Chowk, and the Gaddi Baithak. other Famous Landmarks Around the Area are the Temple of Living Goddess Kumari, the Wooden Temple of Kasthamandap, Ashok Vinayak. There are also Museums Inside the Durbar Square Palace.
next Destination is Swoyambhunath Stupa. (unesco World Heritage Site in 1979) the Swoyambhunath Area Possesses Not Only the Stupa But Many Temples, Shrines, Tibetan Monasteries, Statues of Different Gods. There is a Small Forest Nearby the Stupa Which Homes the Red Macaque Monkey that Mostly Feed On the Items Offered By the Devotees. Some of the Tibetan Exiles in Nepal Live Nearby the Stupa. the Buddhists Visit the Stupa for Religious Region, But Everyone Interested in Mysticism, Tantra, Spirituality, Ancient Sculptures, & fine Arts Should Not Miss Visiting the Site.
the Place is Sometimes Called "monkey Temple" and for Good Reason. Nepal Makes for Very Conducive Playgrounds for Monkeys and the Swoyambhunath Temple and Its Forest Area Make a Good Home for the Rhesus Nepalese. Drive Back to Hotel. Half Day Will Be Free.
(air Fare Subject to Change as per Airline Rules and Regulation) Fly to Lukla 2800 M. for Half An Hour in the Morning Viewing Great Mountains. Lukla is the Small Town to Start the Trek. Trek to Phakding 2652 M. Which Will Take Approximately 3 Hrs.
Trek to Namche Bazar 3440m. this Day is Longer Than First Day. Approximately It Will Take 5 Hrs and the Last Part is Steep Up of One Good Hour and from the Uphill You Can View the Everest for the First Time. the Weekend Market
After Breakfast Walk to Thame Village. Thame is a Small Village in Nepal Located Close to Mount Everest. It is One of the Salt Trading Routes that Existed Between Tibet, Nepal and India. Many Sherpa Live in the Village and It is the Home of Apa Sherpa Who Holds the World Record for Summiting Everest 19 Times. It Was a Child Hood Home of Tenzing Norgay, Who Was (with Sir Edmund Hillary) One of the First Man to Climb Mt. Everest.
After Breakfast Walk to Khumjung. Khumjung is a Village and Village Development Committee in Solukhumbu District in the Sagarmatha Zone of North-eastern Nepal. At the Time of the 1991 Nepal Census It Had a Population of 1809 People Living in 433 Individual Households. It is Located in the Khumbu Region Inside Sagarmatha National Park, a World Heritage Site. the Village is the Seat of Khumjung Village Development Committee Which Include Kunde, Khumjung, Tyangboche, Pangboche, Pheriche, Dole, Machhermo, Lobuche, Dingboche Gokyo and Some Small Town. the Village is Situated Near Mount Khumbila, 3970 Meters from Sea Level. a Monastery in Khumjung Houses a Purported Yeti Scalp.
Trek Namche Bazar to Tyangboche 3867 M. the First Part is Flat and Down to the River and Then Climb Up to the Tyangboche. Tyangboche Monastery is Very Popular among the Everest Climber Where They Get the Blessing from By the Head Monk of the Monastery for Good Luck and Good Wish.
Rest Day in Tyangboche to Enjoy the Monastery and the View of the Great Mountains. Magical Views of Everest, Ama Dablam and Kantega. Tengboche (or Thyangboche) is a Village in Khumjung in the Khumbu Region of Eastern Nepal, Located At 3,867 Metres. in the Village is An Important Buddhist Monastery, the Largest Gompa in the Khumbu Region. the Structure Was Built in 1923. in 1934, It Was Destroyed By An Earthquake But Subsequently Rebuilt. It Was Destroyed Again By a Fire in 1989, and Again Rebuilt with the Help of Volunteers and the Provision of Foreign Aid. Thyangboche Has a Panoramic View of the Himalayan Mountains, Including the Well-known Peaks of Tawache, Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, and Thamserku.
After Breakfast Walk to Manjo Takes About 5-6 Hours. Then Stay in Manjo At One Night.
After bf walk to Lukla takes around 5 hours.
After Breakfast Fly to Kathmandu. Upon Reach Kathmandu Free of the Day for Complete Rest.
After Breakfast Visit to Patan Durbar Square. (unesco World Heritage Site in 1979) You Can have Lunch At Patan Durbar Square At Local Restaurant. Patan is the Place to See the Ancient Art as Well as Beautiful Sites of Durbar Square. Patan Likes to Recall Its Old Name Lalitpur (known as City of Beauty). Above All, It Remains a Proud City of Artisans. Patan Produces Nearly all Nepal’s fine Metal Work.
after Patan Durbar Square Visiting the Great Stupa of Boudhanath (unesco World Heritage Site in 1979) in the Kathmandu Valley, a Vast Dome-shaped Monument Representing the Mind of the Buddha is the Primary Pilgrimage Destination for Tantric Buddhists of the Himalayas and a Major Draw for Tibetan Buddhists from all Over the Planet. the History of the Stupa from Its Origins in the Fifth Century to the Present Day is also Presented Here for the First Time. Drive Back to Hotel. Half Day is Free On Your Own.
After Breakfast Drive to Airport to Catch a Flight to Home or Onward Destination with Lots of Nepal Memories.
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