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Namche Bazzar

Namche Bazaar (also Nemche Bazaar or Namche Baza in Nepali: नाम्चे बजार is a village in Solukhumbu (district) in the Sagarmatha National Park in the northeast of the capital Nepal It is located within the region. Khumbu, and scattered by the side of a horseshoe-shaped hill, at an altitude of 3440 meters at its lowest point. Namche is the main trading center for the Khumbu region with many Nepalese government offices, a police station and a bank. 

At the time of the 2001 census had a population of 1647 residents in 397 individual households.

Immediately west of Namche is the Ri Kongde with 6187 meters and to the east is the Thamserku lot with 6623 meters. Namche has a permanent population of about 800 people.

Market in Namche

Namche Bazaar is popular with trekkers in the Khumbu region, especially for adaptation to altitude, and is the gateway to the highest part of the mountain rangeHimalaya. Trekkers hundreds arrive every day from the village of trails leading toLukla, Dingboche, Gokyo, or the base camp of Everest. 

On a hill overlooking Namche Bazaar is the Syanboche Airport (3,750 m). This track is still in use, especially in the morning, when weather conditions are more stable.Only chartered planes to fly this little aereoporto. There are no roads that give access to the village, only trails by which he brought most of which is consumed locally.

Namchee Bazzar

The city has a number of apartments and shops to meet the needs of visitors as well as a number of Internet cafes, making it one of the few places in the region where trekkers can access the internet. On Saturday mornings, a weekly market is held in the village center, there is also a daily market Tibetan where clothing, crafts and cheap Chinese consumer goods are the main items for sale.
Namche on the mountainside

Climate in Namche Bazaar

Namche has cool and rainy summers and cold, dry winters and is mainly affected by its altitude and the monsoon in the summer. For those who will do trekking the ideal time is spring (March and April) and fall (October and November), times when the visibility of the mountains is ideal and not too cold temperature. During the winter you can go trekking and the only obstacle, insurmountable with good equipment is cold.

Source - wikipedia