• Mani Rimdu competition is celebrated to mark the formation of Buddhism via Guru Rinpoche.
  • People of all a while gown up in their new cultural gown and have a good time this pageant with fantastic joy.
  • Observe a collection of spiritual festivities and ceremonies
  • Trek to Everest base camp including very important festival at Tengboche monastery
  • Mani rimbu festival trek is the best festival Trek in Everest region

    At a glance

    Avg. Distance per day
    6 km
    Starting Point
    Ending Point
    Average Time
    7 hrs
    Highest point
    5550 m


    As the name suggests this trek refers to religious aspects. This trek is a religious trek found in the Everest region. Mani Rimdu festival trek celebrates in Tengboche monastery lies on Khumbu region and Mani Rimdu festival for 2021 by Tibetan Lunar Calendar. This trekking gives you enlightenment of Sherpa ritual and also offers them an exceptional combination of beautiful Himalayan Scenery which is the top of the world i.e Mount Everest. It is regarded as one of the most fascinating High Himalayan Buddhist festivals celebrated every year, usually in November as per Tengboche monastery. The mani rimdu festival shows the victory of Buddhism over the ancient Bon religion. In the Mani Rimdu festival’s the monk meditates for nine days which is followed by the public blessing and the world’s reputed mask dance.

    History of Mani Rimdu Festival

    The Mani Rimdu pageant is regarded to have begun from the Rongbuk monastery. This competition signifies the institution of Buddhism in Tibet by means of Guru Rinpoche (Padmasambhava). The dances carried out for the duration of the pageant refer to the mythological occasions of destroying demons and evil from the world through the fine forces. In Trulshik Rinpoche‘s estimation, Mani Rimdu commenced between 1907 and 1910 and moved to Solukhumbu in about 1940. Tengboche used to be the first monastery in Nepal to function in this festival. According to Jerstad and Furer-Haimendorf, the first Mani Rimdu in Tengboche used to be carried out in 1938. Every year, this pageant falls at some point in October or November. This competition is a new version of historical events, the inception of Buddhism in Tibet through the tremendous saint Rinpoche. At the quit of the festivities, the resident Tengboche Rinpoche of the monastery blesses the normal public after which the ‘Mask Dances’ are carried out by means of the monks.

    One of the sought-after trekking vacation spots in Nepal is Everest Base Camp Trek. The trek starts off evolved from Lukla and concludes at Kala Pathar. Tourists decide on to hotel around the Tengboche monastery to witness the Mani Rimdu competition throughout the Autumn season. Many routes to Everest Base camp pass thru the Tengboche monastery. The Tengboche monastery sees a complete of around 15,000 site visitors annually, whereas, at some point in Autumn, it sees an estimated 600 site visitors weekly. Thus, Tengboche Monastery and Mani Rimdu are fundamental points of interest for vacationers in Nepal.


    Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu and flight to Lukla
    Day 02: Fly to Lukla and trek to Phakding
    Day 03: Acclimatization at Namche Bazaar
    Day 04: Trek to Tengboche
    Day 05: First day at Tengboche Mani Rimdu Festival
    Day 06: 2nd day at Tengboche Mani Rimdu Festival
    Day 07: 3rd day at Tengboche Mani Rimdu Festival
    Day 08: Trek from Tengboche to Namche Bazaar
    Day 09: Trek from Namche Bazaar to Lukla
    Day 10: Final Departure at Kathmandu

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