Dingboche is a Sherpa settlement in Khumbu Region to the northeast side of Nepal. Soaring at an altitude 4410 m, this place is a popular stop among trekkers and climbers going for Everest and other nearby routes. Many trekkers and climbers spend one or two days to acclimatize their body and continue their trek and expedition. There are lodges and tents for accommodation and the local people greatly depends on the flow of the tourist for their source of income.
The very unique landmark of this area is the stone walls of different size that runs kilometers long, covering the entire Imja valley. Those stones were removed from the field while plowing it in the long run. There is an Imja River to the east side of the village. This river supplies pure water to the valley. And the food is supplied to the village by mules and yaks.