Trip Facts

  • Destination : Nepal
  • Activity : Everest Region Trekking
  • Duration : 9 Days
  • Trip Difficulty : Easy
  • Group size : 1-20 Pax
  • Accommodation : Hotel/Lodge/Tea House
  • Meals included : Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Trip starting point : Lukla
  • Trip Ending point : Lukla

Best season : March, April and May & September, October and November

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Highlights

  • Scenic an around 30 Minutes flights on the Nepalese Mountain sky.
  • Splendid Mountains view including Mt.Everest and all Himalayan range.
  • The biggest Monastery of Everest Region (Tengboche Monastery).
  • The Big City of Khumbu Region (Namche Bazzar).
  • Sagarmatha National park Museum, Old Sherpa Museum and Sonam Photos Gallery.

Benefits

  • Airport transportation on arrival and departure days (our staff will do pick you up and drop you off).
  • Arrangement Trekking equipment such as the Sleeping bags and down jackets (if you do not have own) its rental included if needs.
  • First Aid Kit Medical.
  • Trip Route Map, Outline itinerary and printed (Himalayan Local Guide Pvt. Ltd) Hiking T-shirt.
  • We provide an Oximeter to measure your Oxygen and Pulse at high altitude sickness to find out the accurate your health Condition when you are in the Himalaya.

Trip Overview

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.

We are a team of experienced guides and have guided 10 years myself in the region and trekking route of Everest region. We will happily take you and will guide in the region with our good services. The management and services are our key to make our valued clients happy and successful holidays with us.

Trip Itinerary

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  • 20 Minute
  • Breakfast
  • Hotel
  • Car/Van
  • 1350 m

Our company staff will come to pick up you at Tribhuvan international airport, our guide will be stand up your name on with paper it will be easy to know each other, at the airport terminal gate. He will take you at your hotel by car or van depends on the group size.

Cost Includes

  • International Airport to Hotel and Airport Pick up and drop by private car / van / Jeep / Hiace depend on the Group Size.
  • Transportation service from Hotel – Domastic Airport – Hotel by Car.
  • kathmandu - Lukla - Kathmandu flight ticket.
  • All Meals on full Board basis BLD (Italian, Chinese, Indian, Nepali and many European delicious food lunches, dinner and breakfast) Choose by menu.
  • Three times Cup of tea and coffee on your choice in every meal time.
  • All necessary Entry fee including ACAP Permit (Annapurna conservation area Project) and Tims Card (Trekking Information Management System).
  • Himalayan Local Guide team, Professional Honest, strong and Government trained English speaking Guide, His salary, three times the meals, Insurance and equipments, etc.
  • Himalayan experienced strong and honest porters during the trek (2 Clients for 1 Porter).
  • Trekking Lodges (Tea House or Home Stay) During the Trek.
  • Assistant Guide for the group 5 or above.
  • Approval of Certificate after the successful trekking.
  • Supplementary energy bar, crackers, Cookies and Halls etc.
  • Seasonal fruits likes; Apple, Oranges, pomegran and Blackberry etc.
  • First Aid kit box (Guide will Carry it during the trekking).

Cost Excludes

  • Cold drink, such as beer, mineral water, cock, Fanta and Whisky etc.
  • Personal expenses such as laundry, telephone, WIFI, Hot Shower, Shopping etc.
  • Your International air fare.
  • Nepal visa fee. (15 Days -25 U$D, 30 Days — 40U$D and 90 Days — 100 U$D.
  • Hotel in Kathmandu with Lunch and Dinner.
  • Trekking Equipments.
  • Travel insurance that is just in case.
  • Tips for Guide and porters.

Trip Map

Tengboche Monastery Trek - 9 Days

FAQ's Before Travel

What is the highest point of Tengboche Monastery Trek?

The main highest point of Tengboche Monastery Trek is 3870 meters.

Is it possible to do private trek?

Yes, you can do it privately trek with our local trekking guide and Porters.

When is the best season to Tengboche Monastery Trek?

Best time to do Tengboceh Monastery trek from (September – October – November - December), February – March – April – May).

What types of permits are needed for Tengboche Monastery Trek?

TIMS Card (Trekking information Management System), Pasang Lahmu Community Fee and Sagarmatha National Park entry fee.

How to avoid the altitude mountain sickness in Tengboche Monastery Trek?

  • Do not drink alcohol & smoke
  • Walk slowly while you climb up hill
  • Take a garlic soup and ginger tea
  • Drink water 3 to 4 liters per day
  • Do acclimatization and rest
  • Take a Diamox as per instructors if you got AMS symptoms

Can I change my currency in Nepal?

Yes, you can change your currency in Nepal; we will help you to exchange your currency

What is the booking & payment system for Tengboche Monastery Trek?

The trekker’s need to be paid 13% of the full trip cost in advance and remaining of the funds for trekking can be made on arrival in Kathmandu. For the booking of your trek please kindly you may go through the system of “BOOKING” form, click on there and make your reservation.

Can I get the internet on the Tengboche Monastery Trek?

Yes, you can get the internet; most of the tea house has Wi-Fi.

Can I charge my camera battery and cell Phone on the Tengboche Monastery Trek?

Yes, you can charge your camera battery and phone; they have electricity and Solar Panel.

Is it difficult to do Tengboche Monastery Trek?

It is moderate trek and normally, we have to walk 9 to 14 days.

Is it safe for a solo female traveler?

Yes, it is safe for a solo female travel, ours teams are responsible, and who are leading the solo travel through the Nepal Himalayas regions.

Is it possible to get ATM and Bank on the Tengboche Monastery Trek?

No, it is not possible to get ATM and Bank on the Langtang Valley trek, so you must to takes Nepali currency from the Kathmandu.

Do I need to take a sleeping bag on the trek?

Yes, you need to take a sleeping bag during the trek; it is difficult to get blanket on the lodges because so many Guides and porters does not have blanket.

Could I get professional local trekking Guide and Porters team?

Yes, of course we will provide you professional local trekking guide and porter’s team, who are from the same place or Himalayas region, our guide have details knowledge of the Himalayas and government license holder trained, speak very well English. Our porters are fully helpful and friendly.

Useful Information

BEST TIME TO DO TENGBOCHE MONASTERY TREK :
March – April – May (Spring Season):
This is the best time to do Tengboche Monastery Trek . The weather is very good through the trek. Spectacular views of the Mt. Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Pumo Ri, Labuche Peak, Island Peak, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, Kusum Khangkaru, Kongde and many smaller white snow-capped mountains etc.

The temperatures will be increasing from the middle of March and with blue skies, white-snow capped will be seen at their occasion. So many Travelers often succeed their climber in this time. On the way trip, the Nepalese National flowers will be blossom likes; red, white and pink colors with luscious green and dense forest.

June – July – August (Summer/Monsoon Season):
If you would like to do Tengboche Monastery Trek in between June to August, it is summer/Monsoon Season. Summer Season Falls in the Month end of June to till August. This time is the hottest and rainfalls with a variety of vegetation blossom during this season, the Valley will be green and totally different view than spring and Autumn Season. While you are going to travel, Summer Season you have to be more careful with trekking trails, it might be Muddy and Slippery. It will be regularly rains and hottest during this season.

About the temperature during the days 15 to 25°C, will be gets colder nights and morning times, Temperature will be less than 8°C, and must of the morning time will be see blue sky with white snow-capped Mountains.

September – October – November (Autumn Season):
Another best time to do for the Tengboche Monastery Trek . This season is the peak of trekkers due to the good weather conditions. As monsoon season slowly ends, a best trekking climate sets itself. The temperature will be goes up to 15 degrees in the day time and, during the night time will be down to 3 to 5 degrees. This time is while travelers relaxing with naturally views and culturally. It is highly recommended as its best time to go for Tengboche Monastery Trek .

December – January – February (Winter Season):
The winter season trek to Tengboche Monastery Trek are famous season as the March – April – May to September – October – November. The places along the Tengboche Monastery Trek will be cold during the winter season but at that time will be an amazing trip. The temperature of Tengboche Monastery Trek can be around as low as -10°C which tempts travelers to visit this region. It might snow falls and the Ground will be snow on the trails.

The Coldest time Starts from December to till early February, after overdue February, Climate will be slowly gets warmer temperatures to get cold dropping to -2°C to - 5°C at high altitude. While the sun come up, day time gets warms and blue sky with stunning all Himalayas views.

Accommodations during the Tengboche Monastery Trek:
The accommodations during the trip, all accommodations are on the basic twin and sharing. Our local trekking guide team leader will be managing beautiful common room. If the possible he will try to manage the best room with attached bathrooms. About the attached bathrooms it’s very difficult to get in the Himalayas regions, most of the mountains area they have just common room and we must to share the toilet and bathroom with others clients. The single rooms are available in the lower altitude Himalayas regions. But it is not possible to get single room in the higher elevations; you must to share with others peoples.
Meals:
As we as during the Tengboche Monastery Trek, all kinds of meals will be provided in the khumbu region, you can take pleasure in Nepalese traditional foods likes: Nepali Dal Bhat and many typical foods are available on the this region. Also they have special menus; you can choose the many different kinds of European, Italian, Chinese and Indians foods are available on the during the journey.
Breakfast:
You can choose by menu of your breakfast: options such as French toast with (jam, Honey and Butter), muesli, Oatmeal, Corn Flakes, cereal, hash browns, any style of eggs you would like, Gurung Bread, Tibetan Bread with (jam, honey and Pea abutter), pancake, puffy, and round and tsamapa porridge and chapatti with any kinds of Tea.
Lunch:
Lunch time; you will have the opportunity to specials delicious food likes: Thukpa, vegetable Noodle soup, Chicken Noodle soup, mushroom soup, fried veg. cheese potatoes, veg eggs fried noodles, eggs. Vegetables friend macaroni, Momo (dumplings), eggs. veg fried rice, Nepali Dal Bhat set (Dal Bhat power 24 hours) and many much more items.
Dinner:
You can choose by menu: a menu that’s similar to the options you had at lunch break time: Stews, Pizza, Thukpa, Fried Noodles, Noodle soup, macaroni, fried potatoes, friend rice, momo (dumplings), spring role, Dal Bhat set, spaghetti and many much more items etc.
Safe Drinking water:
The Everest region you will get normal water from the Tap or river. This water you must to use purification medicine or filtering hand pump, also you get boiled and bottle of water are available at lodges. While you hiking in the mountains regions, you should drink normally 4 to 5 liters of per day.


Travel insurance for Tengboche Monastery Trek:
Travel insurance is compulsory to have to join an adventures journey in Nepal Himalayas. We do not sell travel insurance here; we would be pleased to recommend some of our preferred providers. While you purchase a travel insurance privacy policy, be sure it covers the following contingencies:
• Medical treatment and evacuation.
• Repatriation
• Emergency helicopter rescue.
• Trekking and climbing.

You need to get a higher tier of travel insurance in order to have these activities covered at a high an elevation. For the EBC trekking, we recommend securing insurance to cover your trip activities more than 6,000m/ 19,685feet. Luckily travel insurance policies are easy to get online and you can compare coverage between packages rapidly and easily. The trekking under the defense of travel insurance wills an assurance your quiet of mind and protects you in the not likely incident that you need to file maintain.


AMS – Acute Mountain Sickness:
Acute Mountains Sickness (AMS) or an altitude sickness is one of the risks even as traveling in the high an elevation. The region following getting AMS is while the body doesn’t change in the lower altitude, and the result can be boring. So, it is most important to take appropriate measures on the time. Ahead an altitude with constant pace and good acclimatization days, it will be helping reduce the chances of getting AMS.
Likewise, you also have to keep yourself hydrated during the trip. As a result, drink very much water and keep away from alcoholic drinks as it dehydrates the body. If you are planning to travel in the local adventure journey of Nepal than do remain about things in your mind.
Note: if you have got any symptoms of altitude sickness then keep contacting with your personal local trekking guide our guide are trained and he know the how to solve the (AMS) Acute mountains sickness.
The main Symptoms of altitude sickness:
• Headache
• Nausea
• Vomiting
• Fatigue
• Difficulty sleeping
• Dizziness
• Light headedness
• Loss of appetite
• Difficult to breath
Preventive measures:

• Do not drink alcoholic beverages in the high an elevation
• Keep yourself hydrated
• Do the Acclimatize low altitude to high altitude and back to sleep on the low altitude.
• Do not achieve more than 500 meters in a day
• Do not walk very fast in the high altitude.
• Walk a slowly on the high elevations and keep walking.
• Do not walk alone on the way.
• Inform your guide as soon as if got any high altitude sickness.
• Drink very much boiled water and hot tea.
• Take a garlic soup and Ginger tea, it is high altitude sickness medicine


Safety, Security and Satisfaction:
Himalayan Local Guide guarantees our valuable client’s (Safety, Security and Satisfaction). The safety is most important concern for us. For the trip, we will be carrying all necessary trekking gears, equipments and first – aid – kits box. Our professional leaders and local trekking guides have experienced knowledge and have wide first aid training. When we are hiking on the way, if a trekker got (AMS) – Acute Mountain sickness due to the altitude, just normally: Headache, Vomiting, Dizziness, fatigue, difficult to breathe than you can share to our leader. Our local trekking guide leader will give you suggestions about the AMS – Acute mountain sickness how to medicament and he does very much help then, if he/she can’t does anything then trekker’s must to decide, will further continue as health is most important. Just in case of emergency, the rescue helicopter will always be stand to take you back to hospital from the high an elevation. No worries about it, we are always here for you services and our times are always in the mountains with mountains lovers and hikers.


Passport and Via:
Travelers/trekker’s to Nepal will need to make a visa when you arrived at Tribhuvan international Airport or you can get a visa from your country of Nepal embassy. Most of the traveler’s will be able to get upon arrival visa at the Kathmandu Airport. Please kindly make sure that your passport is valid for at least six months from the date of your arrival, begins with the date that you enter the Nepal. You must also bring the extra Passport size photos of you.
On Arrival Visa Fee:
15 Days – 30 U$D
30 Days – 50 U$D
90 Days – 125 U$D
Necessary document for Tengboche Monastery Trek:
• Insurance paper.
• Passport.
• Passport sized Photos.
• Tims Card (Trekking information Management system Card.
• Sagarmatha national Park entry permits.
• Passang Lahmu Community fee paper.


Everest Base Camp Trek with professional local trekking guide and Porters team:
Himalayan local guide Pvt. Ltd provides knowledge expert government registered trained license holder Guide for your Everest region trek who are from same place and knows the regional trekking area very well. Our local trekking guide and porter or porters cum guide are too strong and knowledgeable about the whereabouts of the place, its history, culture, floras and faunas, etc.
We are always here for your service if you are interested in trekking to these mountain areas. We will be delighted to guide you to these heavenly areas where you can rejoice and spend your leisure time with beautiful mountain sceneries and hills. It will be a lifetime local adventure experience for you.


Last - Minute booking with us.
The last minute booking with us can be made by any intent trekker’s/traveler’s the day before your journey obtain started. As well as, whatever reason Himalayan Local Guide P. Ltd has a special providing for a last - minute booking. The payment should be made 100% percent within 24 hours is we accepted. We do try our best to manage a trek at any time, and if you are booking this for the last minute then, booking can be made directly through the online form or you can send us via email, messages on whatsApp, viber or by calling on Cell Phone.


Responsible Travel:
“Come as a Guest”.
“Go as a Friend”.
We have a very strong and expert loyalty to environmental suitability for protecting our delicate ecosystems. Without a doubt, tourism sector has brought lots of optimistic impacts in terms of wealth generation, service opportunities, infrastructure, education and healthcare etc. However, with a swell of trekker’s harmful impact has also become noticeable on the society and the environment. Please kindly ensure you think about the environment and not carefully confusion moreover, Himalayan Local Guide (P). Ltd. workings together with (KEEP) Kathmandu Environmental Education Project and organizes eco- friendly trips about for the most part environmentally responsive and culturally pleasing that get together the expectation of both traveler’s/trekker’s and Communities.

TREKKING EQUIPMENT LIST:
Body Clothing:
• Sleeping Bag
• Down Jacket
• three pairs of trekking t-shirts
• Long sleeved shirts
• Thermal Shirt for Colder place
• Fleece Jacket
• Warm wool Sweaters
• Waterproof and windproof Jacket
• Cotton Trekking pants with folding
• Waterproof and windproof pants

Head and Face:
• Sun Hat
• Wool or fleece hat
• Headlight
• Sunglass
• Sunscreen 50
• Face wipes and towel

List of Foot wears:
• Trekking Boats
• ¾ Paris Preferably Cotton Socks
• Crampon
• one pairs extra Sport Shoes


Nesecery Gears:

• Gaiters just in case if snow
• Gloves and Thick Gloves
• Big rucksack above the 40 L
• Waterproof Bag Cover
• Rain Coat
• Trekking Pole (if you needed)
• Laundry Soap
• Shampoo
• Toothbrush
• Toilet papers
• Water peals
• Bottle for drinking water
• Pen and Note Book
• Copy and Tourist Guide Book
• Camera
• battery charger
• Memory card
• Cell Phone and Charger
• Money Wallet
• Altimeters and Playing card


First aid Kid:
• Diamox
• Cotton bandages
• Paracetamol
• Painkillers
• Loperamide to Control diarrhea (just in Case).
• Water purified tablets
• Lozenges
• Elastic bandages
• Thermometer
• Moleskin and sling.