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The Tibet Everest Base Camp Tour takes you to the world’s highest base camp, Mt. Everest, where you may see truly incredible sights in close proximity. The overwhelming grandeur of this mountain is something to experience once in a lifetime. Its magnificence and splendor will take your breath away.
You will be able to see beautiful lakes, stunning passes, lovely snowy peaks, various alpine villages, and Tibet’s old monasteries throughout this trek. This journey also allows you to discover a variety of natural and cultural attractions. You can immerse yourself in Buddhist culture and history at Gyantse and Shigatse.
The Tibet Everest base camp tour begins with a flight from Kathmandu to Lhasa, Tibet’s historic city. You will receive thorough acclimatization and sightseeing of Lhasa’s major spots upon arrival. After exploring the historic village, you’ll come across places like Shigatse, Shegar, and Rongbuk, and thus arrive at Everest Base Camp. A trip return to Kathmandu brings the journey to an end.
Based on your schedules and interests, Nepal Mountain Adventure has the ideal trip packages for you. We provide you with the most up-to-date information and guidance on the trek, as well as skilled guides and lodging during your walk. We’d be thrilled to take you on an exciting tour.
Early in the morning, you’ll drive to Kathmandu’s Tribhuvan International Airport. You’ll take a flight to Lhasa from Kathmandu. It will take around an hour to reach there. Flying over some of the Himalayas’ marvelous mountains would be an unforgettable experience. Our staff will be prepared for you at the Lhasa airport when you arrive. You will then be immediately driven to your Lhasa lodging.
Overnight in Lhasa.
A guide will accompany you on a sightseeing tour of Lhasa today. After having a breakfast, you’ll be taken to the Sera Monastery. It is Tibet’s finest monastery with its clean walls and golden roofs. After lunch, you will explore Norbulingka, the Dalai Lama’s summer palace, and the Jokhang Temple, Tibet’s most holy site. The Barkor, , is Lhasa’s major market which is a maze of small cobblestone lanes that surrounds the Jokhang.
Overnight in Lhasa.
After breakfast, you will board a vehicle and go down the beautiful Friendship Highway. Today, you will enjoy your drive via the picturesque high passes of Khambo La and Kharo La, which provide incredible views of the Himalayan range and Tibetan terrains. As the journey goes via Kharo La pass, a massive glacier rises almost straight up from the road. Along the route, you’ll also pass through many more lovely Tibetan towns, valleys, and alpine yak pastures. At long last, you will arrive at Gyantse.
Overnight in Gyantse.
Gyantse to Shigatse is a quick and lovely drive. First and foremost, following breakfast, you will pay a quick visit to Gyantse Dzong. This fort, which dates back to the 14th century, provides some of the most spectacular views of Gyantse and the adjacent valley. The famous and magnificent weary structure Gyantse Kumbum, which is Tibet’s largest Chorten, will be visited next. You will drive to Shigatse after touring Gyantse.
Overnight in Shigatse.
After a delicious breakfast, depart Shigatse and embark on a scenic journey down the Friendship Highway, taking in the amazing sights of this arid plateau. The trek traverses Gyatmso La pass, which is the highest crossing on the tour, after going through the little settlement of Lhatse. Following the Gyatmso La pass, the ground quickly descends to plains. Many herders, lovely countryside, and isolated monasteries can be seen when driving through the plains. Finally, you’ll arrive in Shegar.
Overnight in Shegar.
After breakfast, you will only drive for a short distance before exiting the scenic Friendship Highway. The trip will take you south, passing through Pang La Pass, and toward the great Himalayan range. The view from the summit of Pang La pass is astounding. From the peak, you can see the entire range of mountains from Mt. Makalu to Mt. Shishapangma. Mt. Everest will rapidly come into view as you move down into the Rongbuk valley in the afternoon.
Overnight in Rongbuk.
Early in the morning, depart Rongbuk for the Everest Base Camp. A local bus will transport you to the base camp. You can see enchanting views of majestic mountains like Cho Oyu, Shishapangma, and the gigantic Everest itself, also known in Tibetan as Mt. Chomolongma.
Today, you will reach Mt. Everest’s base camp, which is one of the trip’s key highlights. Although the base camp is dry and barren, the view of Everest more than makes up for it. You’ll return to Shigatse after enjoying time at the bottom of the world’s highest peak.
Overnight in Shigatse.
After breakfast, the journey to Lhasa proceeds via the northern highway. The journey continues over a new route with various vistas of the countryside. When you arrive in Lhasa, check into your accommodation and recharge yourself.
Overnight in Lhasa.
You are leaving Lhasa today. Proceed to the airport after a nice breakfast. You’ll fly to Kathmandu and take in a breathtaking view of the Himalayas and picturesque scenery.
Tibet is in China’s southwest corner, bordering Nepal, India, Burma, and Bhutan. Tibet’s historical area would make it the tenth-largest country on the planet. Tibet is currently occupied by China and has been split, renamed, and merged into Chinese provinces. When China refers to Tibet, it refers to a portion of historic Tibet known as the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR).
To enter Tibet, you will need to apply for a Tibet Travel Permit (TTP), which is provided by the Tibet Travel Bureau (TTB). We are unable to travel to Tibet without the proper authorization. Your travel agent will apply for the permit, which will take two weeks to complete.
Tibet’s weather is pleasant from April to mid-November, and much better from August to October. Lhasa’s climate is significantly more pleasant than that of other parts of Tibet, making it ideal for year-round travel.
Tibet uses the Chinese Yuan as its currency. Any bank or ATM in China may exchange your dollars, euros, or pounds for Chinese currency. In Tibet, banks are closed on Saturdays and Sundays. So, bring some cash with you before you start your day or trip. ATMs are available in Lhasa, Shigatse, and Gyantse; however, finding one in other small towns in distant areas may be difficult.
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