2 - 12 pax
Out of the many hiking trips available the Namobuddha Day Hiking is one of the most peaceful and offers sights of scenic beauty and the rekindling of spirituality. Legend suggests that a prince named Mahasattya offered himself as food to a starving tigress and her cubs, in recognition of this selflessness this site was built. Home to the more than 250 monks, often heard chanting many Buddhist mantras, we can also see the beautiful Thrangu Monastery on the way. The grandeur of this place is spectacular and will give you an immense sense of peace and gratification.
Our hike will take us through forested lands, past the pastures and farmlands where various crops grow and sway to the wind. This trek also offers a great opportunity at viewing the snow-capped mountains to the north, on a clear day. During this short hike, you can understand just what a typical Nepalese life looks like, small houses and enthusiastic people smiling and land which looks older than time. The endemic traditions that have been passed from generations will make you admire the tenacity and determination of these people to preserve their culture. It is a wonderful way to enjoy the bountiful flora, fauna and also understand the culture and traditions typical in the Himalayan nation of Nepal. It is recommended that you wear comfortable shoes and carry with yourself a light jacket and water with yourself for this hike. Overall, an excellent mix of modern, medieval and ancient at times, the Namobuddha Day Hiking is an opportunity to observe Nepal at a glance as the hike reveals the Himalayan treasure, wide array of biodiversity, and exotic culture all at once.
With many years of experience in guiding visitors from all over the world, we at Himalayan Summit Treks and Expedition understand exactly what hospitality and service are. With our guides who are trained in first aid, can speak multiple languages and have a great knowledge of the local lifestyle and culture, be sure to experience the best hike ever. Reach us via our website.
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