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General

Top Hill Lodgue  is family owned lodge, which is situated on the height of  2850m, the place called “MONJO”. This tourist lodge was established in the year 1990. Since then it has been providing quality service and warm hospitality to it’s guests. This Lodge is owned by Mr. Pasang Dawa Sherpa and Domei Sherpa.

Pasang Dawa Sherpa has been involved in the tourism industry for more than 20 years. He had work in different Trekking Agencies and in  all major trekking routes of Nepal. He has also taken a Frist Aid Training from Red Cross Nepal.

We are with a short walking distance of the main entrance of Sagarmath National Park.

You will remember a unique experience of genuine Nepalese from our friendly staff as well as our homely atmosphere.

Short Notes on Acute Mountain Sickness:

Mountain Sickness can be deadly, if we don’t care about them. There are various reasons of AMS. However, it is seems that excessive exertion at high altitute like carrying heavy pack and rapid ascending may predispose some people to altitue illness.

Acclimatization is needed to adjust your body in hight altitue places.Drinking plenty of purified water, not to ascend more than 300 meters per day of ascent above 3000 meters. more….>>

Sherpa Language:

Sherpa language is widely spoken through the solukhumbu Area. Sherpa language don’t have their won script, they are taken from tibetan language. so sherpa and tibetan language has some similarities.

Some basic sherpa Pharse:

Tashi Deley – Hello (lit. good future)

Thang- Bu  – How do you do?  , Ans: Thangbu

Thujeychay – Thank you very much

kholi ju-  Goodbye [ when leaving]

Kholi Phep – Goodbye [when staying]

Sherpa Festivals:

In Nepal festival occur almost daily. Different cast, religion and people have their own norms and values, cutoms and traditions. Following are some popular festivals in Khumbu area:

  •     losar
  •     Dumji
  •     Fang-ngi
  •     Mani-rumdu
  •     Mane

Facilities

  • Lounge
  • Private bathroom
  • Restaurant
  • Room service
  • Safety Deposit Box

Services

Top Hill Lodge and Restaurant is family owned lodge, which is situated on the height of  2850m, the place called "MONJO".

This tourist lodge was established in the year 1990. Since then it has been providing quality service and warm hospitality to it's guests. This Lodge is owned by Mr. Pasang Dawa Sherpa and Domei Sherpa.

Pasang Dawa Sherpa has been involved in the tourism industry for more than 20 years. He had work in different Trekking Agencies and in  all major trekking routes of Nepal. He has also taken a Frist Aid Training from Red Cross Nepal.

We are with a short walking distance of the main entrance of Sagarmath National Park.

You will remember a unique experience of genuine Nepalese from our friendly staff as well as our homely atmosphere.

Short Notes on Acute Mountain Sickness:

Mountain Sickness can be deadly, if we don't care about them. There are various reasons of AMS. However, it is seems that excessive exertion at high altitute like carrying heavy pack and rapid ascending may predispose some people to altitue illness.

Acclimatization is needed to adjust your body in hight altitue places.Drinking plenty of purified water, not to ascend more than 300 meters per day of ascent above 3000 meters. more....>>

Sherpa Language:

Sherpa language is widely spoken through the solukhumbu Area. Sherpa language don't have their won script, they are taken from tibetan language. so sherpa and tibetan language has some similarities.

Some basic sherpa Pharse:

Tashi Deley - Hello (lit. good future)

Thang- Bu  - How do you do?  , Ans: Thangbu

Thujeychay - Thank you very much

kholi ju-  Goodbye [ when leaving]

Kholi Phep - Goodbye [when staying]

Sherpa Festivals:

In Nepal festival occur almost daily. Different cast, religion and people have their own norms and values, cutoms and traditions. Following are some popular festivals in Khumbu area:

  •     losar
  •     Dumji
  •     Fang-ngi
  •     Mani-rumdu
  •     Mane