Solukhumbu District (Nepali: सोलुखुम्बु जिल्ला) a part of the Sagarmatha Zone, is one of the seventy-five districts of Nepal, a landlocked country of South Asia. As the name suggests, it consists of the subregions Solu and Khumbu. The district, with Salleri as its district headquarters, covers an area of 3,312 km² and had a population 107,686 in 2001 and 105,886 in 2011.
Mount Everest is located in the northern part of this district, within Sagarmatha National Park. Indigenous ethnic Rai and hill Caste Chhetri are the main groups living in the mid-hills, while Sherpas occupy high mountains. There is a notable hiking trail in this district known as the Solukhumbu Trail.
Solukhumbu Dirstrict is a familiar name in Mountain tourism. The main attraction of this district is Mount Everest(8,848m). UNESCO has listed the Sagarmatha National Park in World Heritage sites. The Sherpa culture, Tengboche Monastery are the unique this district. Namche Bazaar village is the entrance of Everest. The flora and fauna of this region is of alpine type. It is the land for adventure travel holidays. Mount Everest Expedition, Everest View Trek are the popular trekking trail of Solukhumbu.