Namche Bazaar, a VDC in Solukhumbu district lies in the Sagarmatha zone. It lies in the north eastern part of Nepal. Namche Bazar is also the main trading center for the people of Khumbu region. This place has the Nepalese officials, check post, bank, shops, hotels and many more. The population density of people living is very low. On its western part, there is Kongde Ri and on eastern side there is Thamserku. The climate of here is cold in winters and wet in summers. We can see the traditional made beautiful handicrafts in Namche. They sell woolen and wooden products and crafts.
Namche Bazaar is the gateway to the high Himalayas. The visitors stay there for a single night for an altitude familiarization. The village consists of many shops, hotels, lodges where we can find the trekking goods. The hotel provides the best view of peaks and Himalayas. The price of any products may range higher from other places. Since the goods transports through airplane. Peoples often visits there for viewing the different peaks like Everest, Lhotse and many others. This region provides the quality view of higher peaks situated there. There is also a Sherpa museum which attracts numbers of visitors. The Sherpas home is preserving its traditions, cultures and lifestyles of people living there. The hotel in highest altitude Hotel Everest View also lies there which provides the amazing view of Himalayas and that place along with view of sunrise and sunset.
The airport on Namche Bazar is Syanboche Airport which is on its hilly area. The flight is taken if the weather is clear. Namche Bazaar is one of the famous and most beautiful village in the Himalayan part of Nepal. The people living here are especially Sherpas. We can view their cultures, lifestyles and the beauty of brotherhood in Namche Bazar. It lies inside the Sagarmatha National Park. It was enlist by the UNESCO. Flora and Fauna can be explored in the Himalayan region. Alpine forest can also be seen on the way to Namche Bazar. We can also view the beautiful snowy peaks and Mount Everest peaks.