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Phakding- Everest Base Camp Trek

Phakding is a small village of Khumbu region. It is situated at an altitude of 2,610 meters. It takes 4 to 5 hours to reach to Phakding from Lukla by walking following a downhill trial. You can see many tea houses and lodges in Phakding as it is one of the major stop for staying overnight to the trekkers heading towards Everest Base camp. The houses there show the picturesque of Sherpa tribes. On the journey to Phakding you will get to see massive green valley’s with multiple streams flowing from the mountains, you will also spot the local animals such as the sheep’s and the yak walking and grazing along the ways. You will get to know about the friendly Sherpa’s they will please you with their warm hospitality. 


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At Phakding Lodge, bedrooms are finished with a combination of traditional Khumbu and modern style with natural wood featuring extensively, for a warm cozy and relaxing feel. Each room has been designed with your total comfort in mind.

All bedrooms offer either king-size bed or twin-bedded accommodation. To ensure your complete comfort, we operate a no smoking policy throughout the hotel and also do not allow any pets. We have an electric mat in each bed and clean blanket to keep you warm. A thermos of hot boiled water is served in each room.



We serve organic vegetables grown in our own green house.

Decorated with fresh flowers, our dining room can arrange sitting for 40 people. Our guests can enjoy the cozy warmth of our sealed chimney in the dining room while enjoying mouth watering meals along with the spectacular view of the mountains! 


  • 18 spacious and cozy rooms
  • En-suite bathroom with hot & cold running water
  • Electric mat to keep your bed warm
  • Dining room serving delicious and fresh cuisine
  • Leisure Room with fire chimney
  • Small In-house library
  • Credit card payment facility
  • Green house
  • Well stocked bar

Flight Service

We also provide flight service. We issue tickets to the guests who haven’t got their tickets. We also assist our guest in proponing or postponing their tickets to Kathmandu.


Phakding is situated at an altitude of 2,601m (8,563 ft) with 27̊ 42’ 09” latitude and 88̊ 43’ 50” longitude.It is 3 hours walk from Lukla. It is located between Lukla & Namche.It is the first overnight staying station for the trekkers in this region.It has different casts like Sherpa,Tamang,Magar etc and have different cultures and is staying as neighboring villagers.There are different categories lodges from normal budget lodge to high comfort lodges and facilities vary as per the category and applied rates.

Yeti Mountain home is ideally set at the bank of Dudhkoshi River, in a quiet and tranquil environment. Its 18 well furnished comfort rooms with attached bath and hot-cold running water serves as the perfect location to stay overnight at an altitude of 2601m.

At the heart of the town stands the Rimijung Monastery established by a Sherpa Lama”Khempo Dorjee” in the 16th Century. 

Pema Choeling Monastery is a beautiful destination that is yet to be developed and practiced as a tourism product.Although, the trail is visited every year by local visitors, and foreigners, the potential of the Trail has been underestimated and neglected. The Pema Choeling Trail is the trekking Trail that connects Rimijung with Gomlha, Pangjung and Dhumijoa. Rimijung can be reached from Ghat, Rokamba, Zomfute and Phakding from the main Everest Trail. From Rimijung, visitors can visit Pema Choeling Monastery, Tye Khongma Monastery and Gomlha nunnery settlement for a Buddhist and Sherpa ‘way of life’ experience. Visiting these places is good for getting acclimatized, enjoying the natural beauty and experiencing cultural and religious Sherpa tradition. The Pema Choeling Trail has a lot to offer to the visitors; from high mountains to green forests and beautiful ‘Mani.’ These places have their own way of expressing beauty both natural and cultural.