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Helambu is Very famous place in Sindhupalchok district, which is famous for Yolmo Sherpa culture and their tradition. Helambu trek covers the diverse range of brilliant green valley’s "He” means potato and "labhu" means radishes its name exists through this way. Helambu offer many Monastery visit, Rhododendron forest (flower; March/April), superb mountain views, picturesque Sherpa settlements with prayer flags in front of Houses, friendly people and after all unspoiled culture of the area. People here call themselves Sherpas but their relationship with the Sherpa of Solu Khumbu is distant. The dialects spoken are also different. People here follow the Buddhist religion so you will find many old Buddhist monasteries in the villages. One can see the many religiously important places for Buddhist pilgrimage. Tarkeghyang is another Sherpa village along the way. Our trek starts from Kathmandu after driving by bus/car to Sundarijal, which is just 13km from Kathmandu. We then continue ascend to Chisopani where we spend first night just outside valley. Chisopani offer great view of mountain and landscape. Then we make our trek going through Khtumsang, Tharapati, Tarkeghyang, Sarmathang and finally to Melamchipul where we take bus to Kathmandu. Trekking hour is about 5-6 per day.