Ama Dablam Base Camp Trek
Ama Dablam Base camp trek is another popular trek in Khumbu region, the itinerary is designed for the trekkers who has short time yet still would like to walk on the trail of Everest & see Mt. Everest without having to reach the Everest base camp. We take flight from Kathmandu to Lukla & then follow the trail to Namche Bazar, the Sherpa capital in Khumbu valley. This trek is ultimately an easy trek which will bring us up to the altitude of 4600 m. at the base camp of Ama Dablam. In Sherpa culture Ama Dablam has great significance and meaning, it literally meaning as mother necklace, the hanging glacier resembles a piece of traditional Jewelry that is worn by Sherpa women which shout as Dablam.
We will get familiarize in some part of the Buddhism through the biggest monastery in Tengboche in Khumbu valley. Throughout the trek we will get familiarized with the Sherpa culture and during the clear sky we will be bestowed by the mesmerizing view of Mt. Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Kangtenga & the grand Ama Dablam Base camp. Diverse flora & fauna is another attraction of this trek.
Basic Trip Info
Ama Dablam holds great significance and meaning in Sherpa culture, as its name translates to “mother necklace.” The hanging glacier of Ama Dablam resembles a traditional piece of jewelry worn by Sherpa women, known as “Dablam.”
During the trek, trekkers will have the opportunity to explore the rich Buddhist heritage by visiting the largest monastery in Tengboche, located in the Khumbu valley. Immersion in the Sherpa culture is an integral part of the journey. In clear weather, breathtaking views of Mt. Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Kangtenga, and the magnificent Ama Dablam Base Camp can be enjoyed.
The trek also offers encounters with diverse flora and fauna, adding to the allure of the experience. Overall, the Ama Dablam Base Camp trek provides a fulfilling and memorable adventure in the scenic Khumbu region, combining cultural exploration, natural beauty, and awe-inspiring mountain vistas.