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Tengboche. The Monastery Of The Clouds
Photo By Michael Anderson

  • Title: Tengboche. The Monastery Of The Clouds
  • State/Province/Region:
  • Country: Nepal
  • Nearest Area: Lukla Airport. Otherwise it's a 2-3 week trek.
  • Nearest Town: Tengboche
  • Brief Directions: Starting from Lukla airport, it is a 4 day trek to Tengboche village and the monastery. You will pass through some of the most spectacular scenery on earth, including a view of Mt Everest.
  • Notes: Every afternoon the clouds roll up from the steamy plains of India and fill the valleys of the Himalaya, and the peaks seem to float over a sea of clouds at sunset.
  • Best Season: Autumn
  • Gear: Diamox, a telephoto lens, moleskin, sunscreen for the high altit
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