Very Near Kathmandu there is a small beautiful mountain village called Pattale. Pattale village a, majestic hamlet is blooming habitually in the sector of tourism these days. From Pattale you also can observe elegant view of more than 2 dozens of mountains along with world loftiest peak Mount Everest. Astonishing view from pattale village takes away everyone's heart away deep in nature.
Pattale offers the best view of the Everest and the ambience is simply incomparable “There is no other place quite like this.” Anybody who visits Solukhumbu should visit Pattale, according to Karma Sherpa, who runs a hotel in Pattale. “It is the perfect destination for those who can’t make longer trek to EBC, however very limit time for Pikey peak trek but want to see Everest in front of their eyes.”
Pattale is a settlement that borders Okhaldhunga and Solukhumbu in Solu Dudhkunda Municipality. It is situated at an altitude of 3000 meters from the sea level. The hills outlining Pattale takes a red hue in April, thanks to Rhododendron flowers, and white during the winter, thanks to incessant snowfall.With the increment in the number of visitors over the years, Pattale is soon getting adorned with giant sculptures of Lord Shiva and Buddha.
The blue sky, clean and fresh wind, peaceful environment, and the mesmerizing view of the mountain range. And, the best part is the view of Sagarmatha (Everest region), the tallest mountain in the world, from your bedroom.The best place to experience all this would be Pattale of Solukhumbu.
There will not be a person in the world who would not want to live such an experience. If only you could just take some time out and indulge in what would give you peace.
Post the Covid-19 pandemic, travelling has not been easy. However, people are travelling. And, for those who want to travel long roads, see the mountains and eat organic, Pattale is the best destination.Pattale is situated at the height of 3,000 meters above sea level. It is the best viewpoint from where you can observe dozens of mountain ranges including the one with the highest and the third highest mountains in the world.
This is also the place where you can view the majestic mountains first thing in the morning, from your very room.Maybe this was the place that inspired lyricist Kali Prasad Rijal to write the famous song “Bihana uthne bittikai himal dekhna paaiyos.” (I wish to get to see the mountains in the morning after waking up.)
“Besides its natural beauty, we have decided to give Pattale a religious look as well,” said Namgyal Jangbu Sherpa, mayor of Solu Dudhkunda Municipality. “Our focus is on developing essential infrastructure for tourists. A trekking route is in the pipeline as well.”It has not been long since Pattale began to see tourists throng, so the municipality hasn’t kept a record of the number of visitors yet, but it will soon, informs Sherpa. Pattale opened its doors to visitors after the Okhaldhunga to Solukhumbu road was blacktopped.
Homestay services in Thade are popular not just for the accommodation they provide but also for the food they serve—potato dhindo, popularly called Rilduk; bread made out of buckwheat; and sisno (nettle leaves) curry, among others. Many domestic tourists relish the organic “bung” potatoes available here. One can also buy hand-made baskets made by the Magar community.
Pattale is the best and nearest destination to go for Everest sight-seeing by road from the Capital. It’s also the most affordable. Adventure Nepal Eco travel arrange 4x4 jeeps by road about 220km distance for about 8 hours to reach Okhaldhunga’s district headquarters. Pattale lies about 25 kilometres from Okhaldhunga. Between Okhaldhunga and Pattale is Jantardhap, the border point to Solukhumbu. One can take a jeep from here since the road is muddy. It’s a given that the area gets very cold during winter, so one is recommended to take warm clothes along.
Quick & strong breakfast in Kathmandu we will scnic drive to Pattale Bazaar by Scorpio jeep 2800 meters.attale offers the best view of the Everest and the ambience is simply incomparable.
Pattale is the best and nearest destination to go for Everest sight-seeing by road from the Capital and without fly to world number one Denrerous airport to Lukla.2 night 3 days pattale village tour with Everest view trip is designed for time limit traveler and willing to see Everest without any hard trekking and Acclimatization.
Pattale Village Explore 3000 meters.The hills outlining Pattale takes a red hue in April, thanks to Rhododendron flowers, and white during the winter, thanks to incessant snowfall.With the increment in the number of visitors over the years, Pattale is soon getting adorned with giant sculptures of Lord Shiva and Buddha.
“It is the perfect destination for those who can’t trek to Earth head base camp mt.Everest and Pikey danda, want to see Everest in front of their eyes.”
Early morning strong breakfast in Pattale Bazaar, our 2 night 3 days Everest view trip return back to Kathmandu. Scenic drive from Pattale Bazaar to Kathmandu you will catch the mighty Everest with other peaks along the way.This short and sweet trip will make your journey lifetime memory without any hard trekking to Nepal Himalaya.
Domestic Airport pickup and drop by private car
Three meals a (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) during the trek.
All accommodations during the Everest view trip
All necessary paper works Everest National park entry permit
Trekking information management system (Tims) permit. If needed)
Private jeeeps from Kathmandu to Pattale, Kathmandu
A helpful, knowledgeable, friendly, well English speaking trained, government license holder guide with all his salary, food, drinks and insurance.
All government taxes and office expenses.
Company certificate after the successful trek/Tour
Domestic Airport tax
Nepal entry visa fee. You need 4 passport size photos and $30 for 15 days
International airfare/Your Travel insurance
Hotel/Lunch/ Dinner in Kathmandu
Tips for Guide Porter
Additional cost by out of management control due to the landscape, weather condition, illness, government strikes, and physical condition.