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Title says it all. This is maybe the most "rustic" place I've ever slpet that asn't outdoors but it's next to Mt. Everest. If you expect better I think you came to the wrong part of the world. The noodle soup I had was also...More
Pretty basic accomodation, 5 people per room in our case but the beds are good, there is ample bedding and Id be surprised if you got cold. There is an excellent restaurant and bar attached where you can watch the sun go down on Mt...More
I spent one of my worst nights ever in this guest house. The effects of altitude at around 17,000 feet made sleep difficult, but this was compounded by jamming 7 people into our one small room. Primitive to say the least. Toilets were awful -...More
You are here to visit EBC and at 5000 plus Mts this place is probably your best bet to rest your body. At this altitude you may struggle to sleep as well. From Single rooms to dormitory accommodation you can take your pick. The rooms...More
This is a tough one to rate. Do you rate the accommodation or the experience? I have chosen the latter.
The view of Mt Everest from the monastery is just spectacular, whether it is in the afternoon glow or from inside the communal area. Expect...More
Response from Samdave69 | Reviewed this property |
Hey. The best way is by car and there's no provision for booking. It's a first come, first serve basis. It's a dorm style accommodation. There is a lodge across it that is very basic but could also work. Worst case scenario... More
Hey. The best way is by car and there's no provision for booking. It's a first come, first serve basis. It's a dorm style accommodation. There is a lodge across it that is very basic but could also work. Worst case scenario, there is a camp site about 2kms from the monastery.
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