This short Sherpa Culture trek along the Everest Trail is an ideal way to get to know the life of the Sherpa people. First, you will explore the valleys of the Everest region. You will have a view of some of the highest peaks in the world. In addition, you will enjoy the hospitality of the Sherpa people in the typical villages.
The originally Tibetan Sherpas are an ethnic group that live in different regions of the Nepalese Himalayas. You will find many Sherpas in Solu Khumbu (along the Everest trail). Their culture, language and traditions are strongly influenced by Tibetan Buddhism. Sherpas follow the Nyingmapa sect of Buddhism, founded by Guru Rinpoche.
The Sherpas have an ancient tradition of hospitality: they believe that guests can be a disguise of Guru Rinpoche. Most Sherpas work in tourism, but they are also traders, shepherds and farmers. Sherpas are known for their exceptional climbing qualities.
One of the most famous Sherpas is undoubtedly Tenzing Norgay. In 1953, together with Edmund Hillary, he was the first to climb the summit of Mount Everest!
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- Meet the Sherpa people and learn about their lifestyle
- View of some of the highest peaks in the world, including Mount Everest
- Authentic Sherpa villages Khumjung and Kungde
- Monastery visit in Tengboche
- Hiking in Sagarmatha National Park