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Reviewed 14 July 2018 via mobile

If like us you were unable to get into Tibet due to unforeseen circumstances then this is a must! It’s quiet a journey but it’s amazing!!!! Please go!!!

Thank liffy18
Reviewed 9 July 2018

A amazing monastery, maintained so well, those who are looking after it need the highest compliments, the devotion of the monks and the energy is unique.

Thank RajivSirohi
Reviewed 25 May 2018 via mobile

Definitely worth the trek from Kathmandu. Recommend staying overnight for a peaceful night’s rest, cooler temperature and wonderful experience. We are thankful to the Lama for allowing us to experience their daily life including prayer and meals.

Thank Matthew P
Reviewed 8 February 2018

It seems many people hike up to the monastery - good idea as the dirt road leading up guarantees an extremely bumpy and dusty ride by bus or taxi. The night at Namobuddha should have been a highlight of our tour of Nepal, but turned...More

1  Thank Brock53
Reviewed 16 January 2018 via mobile

The bus ride up to the monastery is an adventure, especially the final stretch when the bus grinds its way through the sandy and dusty dirt road. The monastery sits on top of a mountain and has a new guest house. Stunning views in all...More

2  Thank Otmar G
Reviewed 12 January 2018

You can't change the weather, so you just appreciate whatever you see for what it is. I think there may have been a great view, but not sure! The cafe there has some good food and is reasonably priced.

Thank julesthumper
Reviewed 26 December 2017

This monastery is one of the three most important Buddhist pilgrimage sites in Nepal. The monastery complex has an intense monastic life, the site is sacred and many pilgrims come here. It is a beautiful complex with lovely and large gardens, well-running facilities, many stupas,...More

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Reviewed 23 November 2017

I actually spent three nights/two and a half days at the monastery as part of a tour. My first thought, as a person with no religious adherence, that this would bore me, but I had a great time. Our group had two guides for our...More

Thank Chech1965
Reviewed 5 November 2017 via mobile

A huge site but very welcoming and friendly with the monks young and old always busy. Fantastic views and a reasonable Cafe. Horrible road journey from Kathmandu so try to stay overnight locally.

1  Thank Beatrice H
Reviewed 20 October 2017

Better known as Namo Buddha monastery, this beautiful spot is worth the long uphill climb from Dhulikel. Monks of all ages gather for worship in the shrine, morning and evening, and visitors are welcome to join them. No photos are allowed inside the shrine, which...More

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Hi there, here are the emails of the monk looking after the guest houses. There are 2 in Namobuddha - old and new they call them, both within the premises of the gompa. New guest house: lamanyimadorje[at]gmail - Lama Nyima... More
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