Namche Bazaar is often called a gateway to the high Himalayas of the Everest Region.
Rising to an elevation of 3,440 meters, this relatively small town is a bustling traveler zone and trading hub of the Khumbu. This stunningly stunning village, in Solukhumbu district of north-eastern Nepal, is perched on a sloping hill.
It’s hemmed in on either side through the enormous mountains. East is Thamserku at an elevation of 6,608 meters and in the west of this city is Kongde Ri which is 6,187 meters in altitude.
Aside from the ample lodges and accommodations, Namche boasts three museums, a monastery, a Stupa at the backside of the village, several bakeries, and storehouses of trekking stuff.
Even in the communication sector, this exact village is some distance ahead of all other communities of the Everest vicinity trekking route. It serves as a junction from the place of extraordinary Everest area trekking routes diverge.