The Mani Rimdu Festival is an enchanting, colourful and ritual occasion that takes place in the most spectacular settings of Himalayan culture. Performed by the monks of Chiwong and Tengboche monasteries, it depicts the victory of Buddhism over the ancient 'Bon' religion. The last three days of the festival is very important for the Sherpa hence, a number of people attain who often trek for many days to witness this important event. It consists nine days of ceremonies and meditation (Drupchen).
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Classic Everest trek is a nostalgia to early trekking culture in Nepal. It leads you to witness the most beautiful Himalayan landscapes with immense contrasts in altitudes, types of vegetation and lifestyles throughout the trekking period. This classic Everest trail used to be the only gateway to Khumbu region before the making of Lukla airport.