A gateway to the Everest Base Camp, Deboche village is a spiritual haven and a protected valley watched over by powerful deities. It is a monastic settlement in the middle of the forest with just a few houses and some shops that lies between Tengboche and Pangboche. The weather is slightly warmer and less windy than Tengboche - the perfect place to acclimatize.
Set in a peaceful atmosphere, Deboche Lodge in the Everest region is a brand new hotel built from the ground up to showcase Deboche as a new destination for adventure seekers. It offers spectacular views of iconic mountains including Everest, Thamserku and Amadablam, and a cultural experience of the most historic monasteries along its trail.
The trail is lined by large chortens, prayer walls and painted rock faces; and you may see small herds of tahr, brown mountain goats. Follow the path around the ridge, descend into the valley and then head back up through the rhododendron forest toward Deboche village where the weather is slightly warmer and less windy than Tengboche – the perfect place to acclimatize. You are starting to get quite high now as there’s a fair bit of height gain from Namche to Deboche, so count on a slower pace. Don’t take things too fast–just enjoy the views! You will reach our newly-built Deboche lodge for late lunch which will be your base for the next two nights.
Approaching a working monastery certain sounds begin to fill the air: the fluttering of prayer flags, the hum of monks chanting in unison, the periodic blowing of a traditional trumpet, the crashing of cymbals and the thud of ritual drums.Experience Details
Looking for peace? Some days of the year, Everest can feel like a traffic jam, the northeast road from Namche toward Everest Base Camp is busy with tourists and locals alike.Experience Details
In the crisp morning light, you’ll break warm gurung bread alongside fellow guests, sharing a table with the world’s best views.Experience Details