Namche Bazaar : The Scene
Namche Bazaar ,The mountain can be seen from the window of the house. All the houses have green roofs. Goneta Bata, a stone-printed sintitai. The water is spinning and there is no new water. Adorable looking. This is the place that makes me happy – Namche of Solukhumbu. There are beautiful settlements at the foot of the high mountains all around. Namche is a pleasant place in Khumbu Pasanglamu Municipality. To the east of this is the 6,808 meter high Thamserku mountain. To the west is the 6,187-meter-high Kongde Mountain.
Colorful flags can be seen along the way of Namche bazaar. There are also statues and inscriptions of Buddha in some places. In the season of climbing, it looks like a procession of climbers who have gone to Namche Bazaar to climb Mt. Everest and return with the bride. Another new attraction for hikers and climbers is the Sherpa culture. The annual Lhosar, Dumji and Manirumdu festivals seem new to those who come from outside. This is also the number of tourists who come here from abroad at the cost of millions, says Sherpa, chairperson of Namche Ama Group in Lakpado.
Terai and hill dwellers enjoy the sight of chaurigai and yaks in Namche. In the Khumbu region, a 42 km long marathon is held on Everest Day, May 29. The race starts from Everest Base Camp and ends at Namche. ‘This race, which is the highest in the world, has attracted the attention of the world. More than 200 foreigners come to Namche every year to take part in this adventurous race.
Namche Bazaar : The Specialties
Namche bazaar is located at an altitude of 3440 meters above sea level. From there, after climbing the steep hill, one reaches the Khumjung Valley at an altitude of 3,790 meters. Tashi Jambu Sherpa, the grandson of Tenzing Norgay Sherpa, the first climber, says, They are very happy. They consider themselves lucky to see the mountains surrounded by mountains from Namche bazaar .
Namche bazaar is the main stop for climbing Mt. Everest and Gokyo. You have to reach Namche to go trekking through Renjo and Cho Bhanjyang. Namche Bazaar is now a shopping mall for tourists going to Everest and base camps. In the past, you had to take everything you needed from the capital to reach the highest peaks and base camps. Namche market is clean. Electric wires are not effective. There is underground wiring. There is a clean horse path. Rules have been followed in house construction.
No load shedding. Namche Youth and Mothers Group manages garbage management and sanitation. After the 2072 earthquake, the market has expanded along with the reconstruction. All goods brought here are transported to Lukla by ship and from there by porters, yaks and mules. Some even bring it from Phaplu by porters and mules. Trekking shops, bars, bakeries, cafes, lodges and trekker stores are open here. There are modern canteens and coffee houses as well as more than 60 lodges.
Top Things To Do In Namche Bazaar
1. Visit the World’s Highest Irish Bar
2.Treat yo-self to some baked goods
3. Eat Delicious Meals
4. Shop for last-chance trekking gear and medicines
5. Hike to a Namche Bazaar Viewpoint
6. Withdraw cash one last time
7. Hike to the Everest View Hotel (or any Everest Viewpoint)
8. Visit the Local Weekend Bazaar
9. Go to a Museum and learn about Sherpa Culture
10. Send a Postcard from the World’s Highest Post Office