Tengboche Trekking and Photo Tours

Guided One-Day Tours, Himalayan treks & photo tours with profits supporting Tengboche Monastery

Who we are

Our aims are to promote sustainable tourism with a legacy. To this end, we endeavour to provide you with a mind-blowing experience whilst employing entirely indigenous people and using our profits to provide help for local families who have lost a member due to a climbing incident.

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Who We Are
Choose Your Trek or Photo Tour

Choose your trek

We offer our customers a range of treks and photo tours, of varying lengths and challenge, plus a number of additional shorter and longer treks. All treks are led by experienced, knowledgeable and friendly guides. Explore our treks, choose the one that's right for you, and make your booking enquiry.

CHOOSE YOUR TREK OR PHOTO TOUR

The Monastery

Located at the confluence of the Dudh Kosi and Imja rivers at an altitude of about 3870m, this Buddhist monastery is the largest in the area and home to about 60 monks. Originally built in 1916 it maintains strong links with its mother monastery, Rongbuk, on the north side of Mount Everest in Tibet.

THE TENGBOCHE MONASTERY
Tengboche Monastery

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MAKE A DONATION TO THE LITTLE SHERPA FOUNDATION

Use the button below to make a PayPal donation to The Little Sherpa Foundation, a Nepal-based charity working to transform the lives of poor and vulnerable children who lose their parents in climbing accidents in the Himalayas.

How to book with Tengboche Trekking