Tengboche Monastery Trek

Sagarmatha National Park



  • Offers an overview of the Everest Region panorama including few spots with great views to Mount Everest.
  • Explore Khumjung village and the community school sponsored by the Edmund Hillary Foundation.
  • Sherpa Cooking class during the acclimatisation day in Namche Bazar optional.
  • Visit of one of the highest Buddhist Monastery in the world and one of the most important within the Sherpa community in Solukhumbu region, Tengboche.
  • Discover Upper Pangboche, where the oldest Buddhist Monastery of the region is. One of a big importance in the Sherpa comunity.
  • Privileged views from Phortse overseen the south of the Sagarmatha Valley.
  • We don’t exceed 4000m of elevation. The oxigen is good enough to keep energic and we sleep better (the elevation of Pangboche is 3960m but the highest elevation we sleep at is 3860m in Tengboche).Very duable for all kinds of fitness.


Visit the land of Sherpas and get inspired by the magic of one of the highest Buddhist Monastery in the world (3860m). With more than a century of history, the Tengboche Monastery, the biggest in the area, has been rebuilt twice in the past due to an earthquake and a fire.

A Mystic trip that will transport us to the Buddhist culture of the Solukhumbu area, surrounded by majestic peaks and some of the highest mountains in the world; Everest (8848m), Lhotse (8516m), Nuptse (7861m), Ama Dablam (6812m), Thamserku (6608m)… We will be visiting other Buddhist Monasteries in Khumjung and Pangboche. All these Monasteries are of a great importance in the Sherpa community. Khumjung, considered the capital of the region, stores in its monastery the skull of the Yeti which is kept under a key. Pangboche has the oldest Buddhist Monastery in the Region where legends and history intertwine. In Tengboche, we find a very important Buddhist education centre.

Trek in the shadows of the Yeti still present amongst the legends of the locals. Mingle in the Sherpa culture as you walk through the nature of the Himalayas. Let yourself connect with the mystic and Buddhist part of the Himalayas, with strong Tibetan roots, in one of the most astonishing Nepal Trek you will ever do in your life…

During the acclimatization day, we organize different activities you can choose from, amongst them our Special Sherpa Cooking Class conducted by our family in Namche Bazar.

Check our Trip Schedule below this page for more details.

“When being in nature, nothing becomes competitive and the only thing I face is my inner self. I find myself face to face with a Reality that is beyond my ego and my individuality. All becomes one, nature and I fusion in one. “I”, then, disappears. This is the purest way to realise we are all the same. And then is when Compassion and Love becomes the Nature itself.”
Berta Navarro Peró (InspireU Adventures founder)

What’s included:

  • Nepali Licenced Guide English fluent (from 4 persons an assistant guide will be added, from 10 persons 2 assistant guides will be added).
  • Porter (1 porter every 2 persons. Each porter will carry maximum 15Kg).
  • TIMS (Trekkers Information Management System): this is the trekking permit.
  • National Park Entrance fee.
  • All domestic flights.
  • All airport pickups and drop offs.
  • High comfort Hotels before and after the trek with Breakfast included (4 nights in total).
  • A welcome dinner on the arrival day.
  • Accommodation during the trek in lodges/tea house.
  • Food during the trek (breakfast, lunch and dinner).
  • Water* and cup of tea or coffee in every meal during the trek. (*Click here to know more)
  • Medical kit.
  • Staff insurance.
  • Taxes.
  • Optional Sherpa Cooking Class during the acclimatization day in Namche Bazar

What’s not included

  • International flights.
  • Visa. Check our page About Nepal for Visa information.
  • Insurance with mountain rescue and repatriation compulsory. In case of doubt, do not hesitate to ask us when booking your trip and we will be happy to help you find the best option for you.
  • Meals before and after the trekking adventure (except breakfasts and 1 welcome dinner included)
  • Alcohol, soft drinks and snacks
  • Necessary trek equipment and personal material. See our list of things to bring to a trek to have an idea of what you need.
  • Personal medicines
  • Hot shower during the trek (often available in lodges under cost)
  • Electronic devices battery recharge (often available in lodges under cost). It is advisable to carry a portable charger if you have electronic devices to be charged during the trek.

Best time to trek: spring and autumn (April, May until mid-June / October, November until mid-December). Check our page “When to visit Nepal and When to Trek”.

*NOTE: The airport of Lukla has a very variable weather and sometimes flights get delayed or cancelled. Please, be prepared for potential delays and to remain in Lukla extra nights. It is advisable that clients allow extra days when booking their return international flight.



Airport pick up and transfer to Hotel. There will be a welcome dinner with your guide. First taste of the wonderful local food.

Exploring day in the city. You will be able to explore the city as well as make the last preparation for the trek. We will provide you with all information you need to explore the most emblematic places in Kathmandu. If you wish to have a Guided City Tour, do not hesitate to request this service when booking with us.

We will wake up very early (around 04:30am) to be at the airport first thing in the morning and take the domestic flight to Lukla (2800m), where the trek starts. Be prepared for a true adventure flying with a small aircraft with astonishing views of the Himalayas on the left of the aircraft, and the infinite hills covered by rice field terraces on the left. Once we land we start trekking. We will stop to recharge batteries and have some food in Phakding. Our last destination will be Monjo, the last village before entering the Sagarmatha National Park. On our arrival to Monjo, we will be able to explore the village and check the Monastery and the School, and have our first Sherpa dinner. This time we sleep in a high altitude mountain lodge! The adventure has just started…

During this journey we will be able to have the first views of Mount Everest just before arriving to Namche Bazar. This will be a short day trek, around 3 to 4 hours. The last 2 hours we will face a steep terrain after crossing one of the highest suspension bridge of the region to arrive to Namche Bazar. We will have time to walk around the village, taste delicious sweet caprices at the German Bakery, enjoy the paintings and the handicraft around the village or play pool at the bar!

We will spend the day doing some treks and activities to explore the area and get immersed in the culture. A variety of options are available. Some of our favourite ones; trek to Everest View Hotel, astonishing trek with the best views of the range of Everest: Nuptse, Lhotse, Everest, Annapurna… Visit Khumjung, just at the bottom of Mount Khumbila (the sacred mountain). We see the Edmund Hillary Foundation school and come back through Yak farms. On our arrival back to Namche Bazar, we can enjoy a good movie or documentary at the coffee shop, or if you prefer, we have available a Sherpa Cooking Class* special for you!(*no costs incurred for any of the activities mentioned).

After a nice flattish walk through a wide path for about an hour, we will descend to the Dudh Kosi river and cross a suspension bridge to go up again through a steep terrain for about 2 hours to arrive to the paradise called Tengboche; one of the highest Buddhist Monastery in the world. Tengboche is located on top of a hill overseeing the Sagarmatha Valley both towards Everest Base Camp and towards Namche Bazar with Mount Kongde in the background.Panoramic views to Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Thamersekhu are wonderful here.

Our day takes us to visit 2 very special villages in the Valley. We have lunch in Upper Pangboche. This is one of the most important villages of the region with the oldest Buddhist Monastery of the region. The views of Ama Dablam are just the best ones from here. After a tasty lunch we will head to Phortse. We walk through a narrow path with spectacular views of Tengboche at the other side of the river Imja. Phortse is a special village on top of a hill that oversees the south of the Sagarmatha National Park. Facing south, on our left, Tengboche Monastery, on our right, the path that leads to Gokyo Lakes, in front, the majestic Mount Khumbila (the sacred mountain that cannot be climbed).

From Phortse we will descend to the river Dudh to continue the path towards Namche Bazar.

We will say good bye to Namche, not before a well deserved farewell in the German Bakery for the best coffee and the delicious sweet artisan biscuits. Lukla will be our last stop before taking the flight back to Kathmandu the next day.

The flight will leave early in the morning*(see note above the map). And after landed in Kathmandu, our transport will drop you off at the Hotel in Kathmandu. The rest of the day is for you to rest and to enjoy the city! We will be available to do recommendations or help you in anything you need. If you wish, you can request a Guided Tour through the city if you haven’t done it on the second day of your stay in Kathmandu.

Last day to explore the city of Kathmandu or visit the surroundings (Bhaktapur, Nagarkot, Dhulikel and Namo Buddha…) and find special artisan crafts to take home as a memory of a Country that Inspired You.

We hope to see you again soon!