Yeti Mountain Home luxury lodges in Everest region of Nepal 

“Yeti Mountain Home is a group of luxury lodges situated on a world famous trekking route in the Khumbu/Everest region of Nepal.“

Yeti Mountain Home is a group of luxury lodges situated on a world famous trekking route in the Khumbu/Everest region of Nepal. It provides indulgent comfort, high quality cuisine and a very warm Sherpa hospitality to weary trekkers.

Situated in stunning positions amongst the world’s highest mountains and reachable by wonderful trekking trails the six YMH Lodges offers modern creature comforts in the rich, lustrous decor of traditional Sherpa design. Each lodge has 11 – 20 spacious but cosy rooms with private facilities.

YMH Lukla

“Conveniently situated at the gateway to the Khumbu, YMH Lukla provides the perfect beginning and end to your trekking holiday.”

Conveniently situated at the gateway to the Khumbu, YMH Lukla provides the perfect beginning and end to your trekking holiday. Now with Himalayan Healers spa. Get to: 15 minutes from the airstrip.

Lukla lodge offers the perfect opportunity to reflect on your travels. Whether you have come from Namche, Kongde or Phakding you will find here the perfect place to wind down.

The lodge has the most beautiful decoration of all with the wonderful paintings of a Buddhist monastery providing a lovely tranquil environment. All this and you are only one step away from your short flight back to civilisation. If you have time you must visit the near by gompa founded by Kyamgo-Deltsen-Donden born in 1777 AD originally from Sikkim.

Accommodation of YMH Lukla

Our bedrooms are finished in a traditional Khumbu Style with natural wood featuring extensively, for a warm cozy and relaxing feel. Each room has been designed with your total comfort in mind. All bedrooms offer either king-size bed or twin-bedded accommodation. To ensure your complete comfort, we operate a no smoking policy throughout the hotel and also do not allow any pets. We have an electric mat in each bed and clean blanket to keep you warm. A thermos of hot boiled water is served in each room. You can read your books lying on your bed with the clay electric lamp by your table side.

Dining of YMH Lukla

Our dining hall is designed in traditional Khumbu style, decorated with copper pots and fine traditional paintings on the wall and ceiling. We can arrange setting for 40 people. We have sealed chimney in our dining room for our guest who can enjoy their mouth watering meal with the warmth of the fire. We serve organic vegetables which are grown in our own green house.

Facilities of YMH Lukla

  • 20 spacious and cozy rooms
  • En-suite bathroom with hot & cold running water
  • Electric mat to keep your bed warm
  • Dining room serving delicious and fresh cuisine
  • Leisure Room
  • Small In-house library
  • Mini Museum
  • Credit card payment facility
  • Green house
  • Well stocked bar
  • 24 hours service
  • Wifi

Know the area

Lukla is a town in the Solukhumbu District of Sagarmatha Zone north-eastern Nepal. It is located within the Khumbu area at 2,860 meters (9,383 ft) Latitude : 27 41′ 10” Longitude : 86 43′ 50”where most people visiting the Himalayas near Mount Everest start their journey.

Lukla means place with many goats and sheep, one is not likely to see many roaming around these days. It is mainly inhabited by the Sherpas and has a population of around 1200. It houses the oldest Sherpa monastery built around the start of 19th century by Lama Kyamgon-Deltsen- Donden. Born in 1777 AD, his ancestral home was in Lathetar in West Sikkim. By our initiative this historical Gompa is now being renovated to its former glory.

Tenzing-Hillary Airport, also known as Lukla Airport, is a small airport, In January 2008, the airport was renamed in honor of Sir Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tenzing Norgay, the first persons to reach the summit of Mount Everest. There are daily flights between Lukla and Kathmandu during daylight hours and in good weather. Although the flying distance is short (30 to 40 Minutes), weather differs raining in Lukla while the sun is shining in Kathmandu.

The paved tarmac is only accessible to helicopters and small fixed wing short takeoff and landing (STOL) aircraft such as Twin Otters or Dornier Do 228. There is about a 700-metre (2,000 ft) angled drop at the end of the runway to the valley below. The airport is contained within a chain link fence and patrolled by the Nepal armed police or civil police around the clock.

Pasang Lhamu Nicole-Nicky Hospital in Lukla is established in honor of first Nepalese women Pasang Lhamu Sherpa to scale the Mount Everest and first Swiss mountain guide Nichole Nicky. Pasang Lhamu Sherpa, first Nepalese women to reach the top of the mountain on April 22nd, 1993 via South ridge was killed while ascending from the peak. The hospital is providing service to mountaineers along with 17 thousand locals of Chaurikharka, Juving and Walk village development committees.

The Lukla Dumche which was started in 1995, takes place from the seventh to the fourth month. During the Dumche, Ralpa Dorje’s twisted iron rod is displayed at Thangme and the image of Shakyamuni Buddha and the seven grains at rimejung.

YMH Phakding

 “With its organic gardens and peaceful riverside location, YMH Phakding is a perfect green haven for weary trekkers.”

With its organic gardens and peaceful riverside location, YMH Phakding is a perfect green haven for weary trekkers. Get to: 1 days’ walk.

Height: 2,601m (8,563 ft) | Latitude: 27 42′ 09” | Longitude: 88 43′ 50”

Phakding lodge offers the perfect opportunity to reflect on your travels. Whether you have come from Namche, Kongde or Phakding you will find here the perfect place to wind down.

Phakding lodge at 2,610m, 3 hours from Lukla sits in a very tranquil spot on the banks of the river Dudh Koshi, with dramatic pine forested cliff faces on the opposite river bank. Enjoy the views from the pretty sunroom and later you can relax around the warmth of the fire. About an hours walk from the lodge is the Rumijung Monastery founded by the Sherpa Lama ‘Khemp Dorje’ in the 16th century for those with extra energy to spend.

Accommodation of YMH Phakding

Our bedrooms are finished in a traditional Khumbu Style with natural wood featuring extensively, for a warm cozy and relaxing feel. Each room has been designed with your total comfort in mind. All bedrooms offer either king-size bed or twin-bedded accommodation. To ensure your complete comfort, we operate a no smoking policy throughout the hotel and also do not allow any pets. We have an electric mat in each bed and clean blanket to keep you warm. A thermos of hot boiled water is served in each room. You can read your books lying on your bed with the clay electric lamp by your table side.

Dining of YMH Phakding

Our dining hall has wooden chair with mattress and table, decorated with pictures and flowers. We can arrange setting for 40 people.We have sealed chimney in our dining room for our guest who can enjoy their mouth watering meal with the warmth of the fire. We serve organic vegetables which are grown in our own green house.

Facilities of YMH Phakding

  • 18 spacious and cozy rooms
  • En-suite bathroom with hot & cold running water
  • Electric mat to keep your bed warm
  • Dining room serving delicious and fresh cuisine
  • Leisure Room with fire chimney
  • Small In-house library
  • Credit card payment facility
  • Green house
  • Well stocked bar

Know the area

Phakding is situated at an altitude of 2,601m (8,563 ft) with 27̊ 42’ 09” latitude and 88̊ 43’ 50” longitude.It is 3 hours walk from Lukla. It is located between Lukla & Namche.It is the first overnight staying station for the trekkers in this region.It has different casts like Sherpa,Tamang,Magar etc and have different cultures and is staying as neighboring villagers.There are different categories lodges from normal budget lodge to high comfort lodges and facilities vary as per the category and applied rates.

Yeti Mountain home is ideally set at the bank of Dudhkoshi River, in a quiet and tranquil environment. Its 18 well furnished comfort rooms with attached bath and hot-cold running water serves as the perfect location to stay overnight at an altitude of 2601m.

At the heart of the town stands the Rimijung Monastery established by a Sherpa Lama”Khempo Dorjee” in the 16th Century.

Pema Choeling Monastery is a beautiful destination that is yet to be developed and practiced as a tourism product.Although, the trail is visited every year by local visitors, and foreigners, the potential of the Trail has been underestimated and neglected. The Pema Choeling Trail is the trekking Trail that connects Rimijung with Gomlha, Pangjung and Dhumijoa. Rimijung can be reached from Ghat, Rokamba, Zomfute and Phakding from the main Everest Trail. From Rimijung, visitors can visit Pema Choeling Monastery, Tye Khongma Monastery and Gomlha nunnery settlement for a Buddhist and Sherpa ‘way of life’ experience. Visiting these places is good for getting acclimatized, enjoying the natural beauty and experiencing cultural and religious Sherpa tradition. The Pema Choeling Trail has a lot to offer to the visitors; from high mountains to green forests and beautiful ‘Mani.’ These places have their own way of expressing beauty both natural and cultural.

YMH Monjo

“The newest of our lodges, YMH Monjo is steeped in luxury, with acres of space and all fitted out in classic Sherpa style with some of our most experienced staff. You’ll enjoy a warm and very comfortable stay at Monjo.”

The newest of our lodges, YMH Monjo is steeped in luxury, with acres of space and all fitted out in classic Sherpa style with some of our most experienced staff. You’ll enjoy a warm and very comfortable stay at Monjo.

Monjo lies at 2,840m on the edge of the Sagarmatha National Park, just a short day from Namche Bazaar. The lodge has 11 comfortable rooms with attached bathroom and hot shower. Nearby in the small village there is a small Buddhist Monastery and a primary School. It’s a quiet place, with few tourists stopping here, and so is perfect for relaxation and contemplating the natural surroundings.

Accommodation of YMH Monjo 

Our bedrooms are finished in a traditional Khumbu Style with natural wood featuring extensively, for a warm cozy and relaxing feel. Each room has been designed with your total comfort in mind. Our lodge bedrooms are finished with a combination of traditional Khumbu and modern style with natural wood featuring extensively, for a warm cozy and relaxing feel. Each room has been designed with your total comfort in mind.

All bedrooms offer either king-size bed, twin-bedded or triple bedded accommodation. To ensure your complete comfort, we operate a no smoking policy throughout the hotel and also do not allow any pets. We have an electric mat in each bed and clean blanket to keep you warm. A thermos of hot boiled water is served in each room.

Dining of YMH Monjo

Our dining hall is designed in traditional Khumbu style, decorated with copper pots and fine traditional paintings on the wall and ceiling. We can arrange setting for 24 people. We have sealed chimney in our dining room for our guest who can enjoy their mouth watering meal with the warmth of the fire. We serve organic vegetables which are grown in our own green house.

Facilities of YMH Monjo

  • 11 spacious and cozy rooms
  • En-suite bathroom with hot & cold running water
  • Electric mat to keep your bed warm
  • Dining room serving delicious and fresh cuisine
  • Credit card payment facility
  • Green house
  • Well stocked bar

Know the area

Monjo is in between Phakding and Namche at an altitude of 2850m, Latitude : 27 46′ 248” Longitude : 86 43′ 391”.It is a small Village having few Tourist Lodges. Yeti Mountain Home is located just before the entrance to Sagarmatha National Park on the left side of trial towards Everest Base camp and at the bottom of Thamserku Peak. We have Monjo Primary School just behind our lodge. You can visit a Monastery which is close to the school.

YMH Namche

“Perched on the upper slopes of the bustling Sherpa capital, YMH Namche is breathtaking – literally! Voted best YMH of 2011. Now with Himalayan Healers spa.”

Perched on the upper slopes of the bustling Sherpa capital, YMH Namche is breathtaking – literally! Voted best YMH of 2011. Now with Himalayan Healers spa. Get to: 2 days’ walk.

Height: 3,340m (11,155 ft) | Latitude: 27 48′ 271” | Longitude: 86 42′ 550”

Namche Bazaar (3440m), the historical capital of the Kumbu, is the ideal place to spend two nights acclimatising. Nearby you can visit Khunde, home to the Hillary hospital and Khumjung where you can see the Hillary school. We offer the ideal homely retreat on the flanks of the horseshoe shaped valley with lovely views of Kongde Ri. Only 10 minutes behind our hotel you will find the panoramic vista opens up to include views of Everest, Lhotse and the beautiful Ama Dablam.

Accommodation of YMH Namche

Our lodge bedrooms are finished with a combination of traditional Khumbu and modern style with natural wood featuring extensively, for a warm cozy and relaxing feel. Each room has been designed with your total comfort in mind.

All bedrooms offer either king-size bed, twin-bedded or triple bedded accommodation. To ensure your complete comfort, we operate a no smoking policy throughout the hotel and also do not allow any pets. We have an electric mat in each bed and clean blanket to keep you warm. A thermos of hot boiled water is served in each room.

Dining of YMH Namche

Our dining room has wooden chair with mattress and table, decorated with flowers and with exclusive view of Namche Bazar. We can arrange setting for 40 people. We have a heater in dining room for our guest who can enjoy their mouth watering meal keeping themselves warm. We serve organic vegetables which are grown in our own green house.

Features of YMH Namche

  • 20 spacious and cozy rooms
  • En-suite bathroom with hot & cold running water
  • Electric mat to keep your bed warm
  • Dining room serving delicious and fresh cuisine
  • Leisure room with fire chimney
  • Credit card payment facility
  • Well stocked bar with chimney
  • Free WIFI access
  • Message & well-being treatments
  • Spectacular view of the Himalayas

Know the area

Namche Bazaar is a Gateway to Mount Everest and also known as Capital of Khumbu Valley. It is located within the Khumbu area at 3,440 metres (11,286 ft) Latitude : 27 48′ 271” Longitude : 86 42′ 550”, populating the sides of a hill. Namche is the oldest trade centre for the Khumbu region. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 1647 people residing in 397 individual households.

West of Namche is Kongde Ri at 6,187 metres (20,299 ft) and to the east is Thamserku at 6,623 metres (21,729 ft). Namche has a permanent population of around 800. On Saturday mornings, a weekly market is held in the center of the village. People from all around the Namche area come to sell their wares, to locals and to visitors alike. The market usually starts around sunrise and begins to break up around 11 am. Also, there may be a daily Tibetan market where clothing and cheap Chinese consumer goods tend to be the main articles for sale. Tibetan merchants have traditionally come to the market by way of high passes through the Himalayas; however the Chinese currently disallow this passage.

A good acclimatisation walk from Namche Bazaar goes to Khumjung valley and Kunde Hospital. Khumjung Valley is situated near Mount Khumbila, 3970 metres from sea level. A monastery in Khumjung houses a purported Yeti scalp. This village has modern communications such as internet and mobile and landline phones.

Kunde Hospital has serves 8,000 people from Khumbu district. It is situated 3,840 metres above sea level and was founded by Sir Edmund Hillary in 1966. The hospital was funded and operated by The Himalayan Trust until 1976 and is now supported by the Sir Edmund Hillary Foundation. The resort is located just above the traditional village in an idyllic location. From here you can enjoy the panoramic views of the village and its soothing landscapes.

An extra day is ideally required to acclimatize, visit the Khunde Hospital and learn about the ethnic Sherpa Culture once you reach Namche.

YMH Thame

“Surrounded by snowy white peaks, nestled beneath the protecting gaze of Thame Gompa, YMH Thame is a delightful, cosy retreat. You may never want to leave!”

Surrounded by snowy white peaks, nestled beneath the protecting gaze of Thame Gompa, YMH Thame is a delightful, cosy retreat. You may never want to leave! Get to: 4 days’ walk (including acclimatisation).

Height: 3,800m | Latitude: 27 49′ 873” | Longitude: 86 39′ 030”

A four-hour walk through magnificent countryside and pretty forests lead you to the charming village of Thame (3,800m) on the old trading route from Tibet. Also the birthplace of both Tenzig Norgay and Apa Sherpa who climbed Everest 21 times. During the day you can explore the 16th Century Thame Gompa which can be reached within an hour, you may wish to continue up to Sandar Peak where the panoramic views are excellent.

Accommodation of YMH Thame

Our lodge bedrooms are finished with a combination of traditional Khumbu and modern style with natural wood featuring extensively, for a warm cozy and relaxing feel. Each room has been designed with your total comfort in mind.

All bedrooms offer either king-size bed or twin-bedded accommodation. To ensure your complete comfort, we operate a no smoking policy throughout the hotel and also do not allow any pets. We have an electric mat in each bed and clean blanket to keep you warm. A thermos of hot boiled water is served in each room.

Dining of YMH Thame

Our dining room has wooden chair with mattress and table and decorated with flowers. We can arrange setting for 40 people. We have a sealed chimney in dining room for our guest who can enjoy their mouth watering meal by the chimney. We serve organic vegetables which are grown in our own green house.

Facilities of YMH Thame

  • 18 spacious and cozy rooms
  • En-suite bathroom with hot & cold running water
  • Electric mat to keep your bed warm
  • Dining room serving delicious and fresh cuisine
  • Credit card payment facility
  • Sun room
  • Well stocked bar with chimney
  • Spectacular view of the Himalayas

Know the area

Thame is a small village situated at the end of Khumbu Valley in the Solukhumbu District in Nepal. It stands tall at an altitude of 3800m Latitude : 27 49′ 873” Longitude : 86 39′ 030” . It is remote, and untouched by the effects of modern civilization. It is on the salt trading route that existed betweenTibet, Nepal and India. Many Sherpa live in the village and it is the home of Apa Sherpa, who holds the world record for summiting Everest 20 times, Ang Rita Sherpa: recognized as snow leopard. It was also a childhood home of Tenzing Norgay, who was (with Sir Edmund Hillary) one of the first men to climb Mt Everest. Thame is an absolute gem.

On top of Thame Valley, Yeti Mountain Home with 18 comfort rooms equipped with modern amenities provides breathtaking views of Mount Everest, Mt. Thamserku and Mt. Kusum Khanguru.

Thame also features a magnificent 16th century Nyingmapa Monastery. Built by Lama Rolwa Dorje: the brother of Sangwa Dorje, it was built for household monks. Every year, the monastery celebrates couple of vibrant festivals. They are known as Dumchi and Mani Rimdu festivals.

The 630Kw Thame Hydro Power plant was built as an alternative source of energy to preserve forest with in the Sagarmatha National Park. After its completion in 1994. it is supply electricity to the major villages in the Khubu region Namche, Khumujung, Kunde, Phurte, Thgamo, Thame and Thame Teng. The project is owned & managed by khumbu Bijuli Company with 85% Sharholing of user in the Khumbu & 15% of Nepal Electricity Authority. Oko Himal an Austrian NGO maintains at present advisory status to the local staff and Company board of Directors

YMH Kongde

“The highest of our lodges, YMH Kongde holds unparalleled views over the entire Everest range. It’s amazing! “

The highest of our lodges, YMH Kongde holds unparalleled views over the entire Everest range. It’s amazing! Get to: 6 days’ walk (including acclimatisation).

Height: 4,250m | Latitude: 27 46′ 027” | Longitude: 86 41′ 030”

Kongde the smallest of our lodges with just 12 rooms is even more unique as it is one of the highest hotels in the world at 4,250m. You will be well rewarded after your eight hours walk in, with majestic views of five of the world’s highest mountains, Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, Cho-Oyo, Gyajung Khang (the highest under 8000m), and Ama Dablam. Combined with views of the spectacular Khumbu valley and the Kongde Lake you will not cease to be amazed.

Accommodation of YMH Kongde

Even being at the highest altitude of the world,our lodge bedrooms are finished with a combination of traditional Khumbu and modern style with natural wood featuring extensively, for a warm cozy and relaxing feel. Each room has been designed with your total comfort in mind.

All bedrooms offer either king-size bed or twin-bedded accommodation. To ensure your complete comfort, we operate a no smoking policy throughout the hotel and also do not allow any pets. We have an electric mat in each bed and clean blanket to keep you warm. A thermos of hot boiled water is served in each room.

Dining of YMH Kongde

Our dining room has wooden chair with mattress and table and decorated with flowers. We can arrange setting for 24 people. We have a sealed chimney in dining room for our guest who can enjoy their mouth watering meal by the chimney enjoying the spectacular view of the mountains.

We serve organic vegetables which are grown in our own green house.

Facilities of YMH Kongde

  • 12 spacious and cozy rooms
  • En-suite bathroom with hot & cold running water
  • Electric mat to keep your bed warm
  • Dining room serving delicious and fresh cuisine
  • Credit card payment facility
  • Well stocked bar
  • Conference room
  • Spectacular view of the Himalayas

Know the area

Kongde is the highest location which has only comfort lodge on entire Khumbu Region and it has been established by Yeti Mountain Home Group at an altitude of 4250m Latitude : 27 46′ 027” Longitude : 86 41′ 030” to provide panoramic views of the Majestic Mountains. Namely, Mount: Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, Cho-oyu, Gyajung Khang, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, Kusum Khangugu, Tawache and Cholatse. It was the original route from Thame to Kongde which had been used by original Khumbu Sherpas before 1950s and now it is newly renovated by Yeti Mountain Home Group having approval of EIA.

Around 500m from Yeti Mountain Home Lodge to Farak Ri peak and it has the panoramic birds eye views of entire Khumbu Valley and view of 8000m peaks; Everest, Lhotse Makalu, Cho Oyu, Ama Dalam, Thamserku and many other Peaks of Khumbu Valley such as Cholatse, Island Peak, etc.

The resort further reflects the evoking views of the entire Khumbu Valley. Furthermore, at an altitude of 5000m is a beautiful lake which is like a drop of pearl in the mountainous ocean. Yeti Mountain Home Kongde consists of 12 comfortable rooms with hot & cold water.

The Restaurant has a spectacular view of all panoramic Mountains.

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