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Lhasa Everest Base Camp Tour

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      Trip Highlights

    • Tour to the roof of the world.
    • Explore Potala Palace Lhasa city.
    • Explore Everest Base Camp.
    • Explore Sigatshe Gantshe Village.

      At a glance

    • Private Customizable Tour Package
    • Max Elevation: 5,250m/17,220ft
    • Beautiful 8 / 9 Days tour.
    • Guided trip.

    Diffculties and Safety

    Tour in Lhasa Everest Base Camp is a medium thing with some of small uphill and downhill. Average fitness is required not to be in the pain. Make sure you have an average walking experience to enjoy the tour. Altitude will not be the major problem still drinking lots of fluids and going slowly is important to avoid altitude sickness. Your safety is of our major concern.

    Your Tour guide has the authority to amend or cancel any part of the itinerary if it is deemed necessary due to safety concerns. Since this adventure entails travelling in some remote regions, we cannot guarantee that we will not deviate from it. The Guide will try to ensure that the trip runs according to plan, but please be prepared to be flexible if required.



    Itinerary Details ( Click on the days to see the extended form. )

    • Departure at 06:30 hr. from your hotel in Kathmandu.
      After an approx. 6 hours drive we reach Kodari (China /Nepal Boarder).
      Further half hr. drive by truck will bring us to Zhangmu. Zhangmu (2300
      metres) is remarkable town that hugs the rim of a seemingly no ending
      succession of hairpin bends down the customs area at the border of China.
      After the completion of Immigration formalities all check drive to Nyalam.
      Nyalam (3750 metres) is a funky little town around 30 km before the Nepal
      border. It has been steadily growing in size and facilities have been
      improving over the last few years. This no doubt due to burgeoning trade
      opportunities with near by Nepal. O/N in ZHANGMU.

    • From the road follows the Bhote Koshi River in a deep valley with plenty of
      waterfalls. After 1.5 hr. drive bring us to Nyalam pass (3800m) with the
      Jugal Himal in view. A continued drive via Lalung La (5050m) will bring us
      in view of Mt. Langtang (7245m) , Mt. Sisap. Shishapangma (8013m), Mt.
      Dorje Lakpa (6980m) , Mt. Makalu (8464m), Mt. Everest (8848m), Mt. Lhotse
      (8516m), & Mt. Cho Oyu (8201m). O/N in Xegar.

    • From Shegar The Everest access road turns off the Friendship Highway around five km west of Shegar check point shortly after km market 494, from which point it winds and climbs its way 63 km to Rongbuk Monastery and on to base camp. Although there were probably monastic settlements in the area for several hundred years, Rongbuk Monastery is fairly recent. It was established in 1902 by a Nyingmapa Lama. Perhaps not of great antiquity, it can at least lay claim to being the highest monastery in Tibet and thus the world, at 4980 meters. There were once 500 monks and nums living here but local reports that the number is now only 16. Accommodation and very basic food are available at the monastery. The rooms are comfortable, heated with stoves. O/N in Rongbuk.

    • Drive to Everest Base Camp from Rongbuck Monastery. The base camp is a dry,
      barren place, but the views of Everest more than make up for this. Have a
      photo taken a the base camp marker which disappointingly does not even
      mention the world “Everest” It reads Mt Qomolangma Base Camp and the Chinese
      below in indicates 5200 metres above the sea level. On a small hill to the
      left of the base camp marker are a couple of prayer poles. Clamber up for
      great views of the world’s highest peak. After visit to Everest Base Camp
      drive to Xegar. O/N in Xegar.

    • After breakfast drive to Xigatse. Reach Xigatse, the place of the famous Tashilumpo Monastery the seat of Panchen Lama until his death in 1989 with its huge Thanka Wall cleary visible on north side of the road. O/N in Xigatse.

    • After visiting Tashilunpo Monastery in the morning including the Bazaar of
      Xigatse, drive to Gyantse

      which is 02 hr. Gyantse is small bustling town steeped in history. It lies
      264 km. Southwest of Lhasa on the northern bank of Nyang Chu River. In the
      15th Century it served as the Capital of a small Kingdom. Visit Kumbum
      Chorten & Phklkor Monastery which was built around 1400 AD It later became
      the main centre for trade with British India. O/N in Gyantse.

    • 08 hr. drive takes you to Lhasa crossing the Karola Pass (5010m) and Kambala Pass (4794m.). The Karola climbs between two lofty mountains, Nozing Khang Sa (7223m) and Ralung (6236m). While driving you will see the Yamdrok Tso (Truquoise Lake) which takes approx. 1 hour to cross around. After passing Kambala, Lhasa Valley is seen to the north. You will also cross the Brahmaputra River. Reaching Lhasa and check in hotel. The accompanied guide will reconfirm your onward airline ticket. O/N in Lhasa.


    • These days you will be engrossed with sightseeing and excursions of the Potala Palace, the Jokhang Temple surrounding Barkhor Market, Drepung Monastery and Sera Monastery. O/N in Lhasa.

    • Transfer to airport with our representative. Departure of flight for Kathmandu would be approx. 10 AM China standard time and arriving in Kathmandu at 09 AM Nepal standard time. It takes 1 hr. 10 minutes flight from Lhasa to Kathmandu. During the flight you will see the following: Yarlung Tsangpo River, Lake Yamdrok, Mt. Kanchenjunga (8586m), Mt. Makalu (8463m) and Mt. Everest. (Weather Permitting).

    What's included

    • Transportation.
    • Travel permit & visa
    • English speaking Tibetan guide.
    • Accommodation on twin sharing room basis.
    • Sightseeing and monastery entrance fees as per our itinerary.
    • Daily breakfast.
    • Hotel-airport-hotel transfer in Lhasa and Kathmandu.

    What's not included

    • Client and travel insurance.
    • Lunch and dinner while not in the tour.
    • Personal expenses such as snacks, gear, bar bills, laundry, phone calls, wi-fi etc.
    • Any extra costs due to unforeseen circumstances.
    • Tips for the guide, porters.
    • Flights To/From Nepal.
    Start your adventure with us !

    Trip Extention

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    Accommodation & Food details

    We will provide accommodations in Kathmandu and Lhasa on your choice. All the accommodation in the city and tour will provided on twin sharing basis. Single supplement will be served on request and will cost extra.

    During Lhasa Everest Base Camp tour, we can enjoy Tibetan food, vegetables and beverages as well the more common international cuisine (Continental, Tibetan, Italian, Indian etc.). Breakfast, Lunch and dinner will be served during tour, only breakfast include at Kathmandu Hotel.

    Best Time To Visit

    Spring (April and May), summer (June, July and August) and autumn (September, October and November) are the best seasons for this Lhasa to Everest Base Camp to Lhasa Tour. We can also equally enjoy this trip during winter months though it depends the place that located at different latitude, each place has its own distinct weather and climate. Thus, the best time to visit those places of interest also varies.

    With an average temperature, visitors can enjoy most warm days and cool nights during the year. In summer everything looks perfect. Trees turn green and flowers begin blooming. Meanwhile, oxygen level in summer is twice higher than in winter. Moreover in the different festival time, every places has offer an excellent chance to participate in the folk activities with locals.But for the natural scenery winter is not so vibrant as summer.


    Equipment Details

      You are advised to consider the required equipment as essentials while packing. Adjustments to the list can be managed according to your requirements, interests, duration of trip, and season of trip.


      We can find variety of these gears to hire or buy in Kathmandu. Majority of the gears which are in sale in Kathmandu are locally manufactured (hence a lot cheaper) and can find very high quality branded gears too in some famous stores in Kathmandu.

    Questions about your trip

    We Mountain World Treks would like to assist you in making your Tibet tour an adventure of a lifetime as well as trouble free. Therefore, please visit our site or reach via email for information on Tibet entry procedures and other things you should know about before travelling to Lhasa.
    Early April to early October is the best time to visit Mt. Everest. Due to the clear weather, you have great chance to see Mt. Everest's north face. From December to February, you'd better not to go to this area because it is too cold - except you are real Great Adventure People.
    For the clothing, we basically suggest casual style and layered clothing. Down jacket is necessary while you go beyond Lhasa and some remote areas, e.g. the Everest Base Camp, Mt. Kailash, Namtso Lake, etc. In day time you may need just a t-shirt or a thinner Jacket but at night you need a warm and thick jacket or coat. Sun Glasses, sun blocking cream, moisture cream is very necessary to be in your packing list.
    Medicines like cold and flu tablets, throat lozenges, nasal decongestant, aspirins, Diamox and multivitamins will prove to be very useful during your tour/trek in Lhasa. Or else you can consult with local doctor here in Tibet. The locals have very much experience of the altitude sickness; the garlic soup they prepare is very effective and always helpful to you.
    No, we strongly recommend to the clients to have their insurance before they travel Lhasa. The tours operated by the local companies do not have insurance coverage.
    Due to basic condition in Lhasa, water flow may small sometime with the poor pressure. Water sometimes is not hot but just warm. The condition in remote areas can be even worse.
    In Lhasa and some other big cities, you can choose different kind of Chinese food, Western food, Nepalese food and Tibetan food as well. But, during the off season, the choice can be very limited as many of the popular restaurants remain closed. In the remote towns and areas, choices are very limited, Tibetan food or Chinese food is the best.
    No problem. Many of our customers are traveling solo. It may also be an option to join a small group or another solo traveler, let us know if this interest you. Yes, there is a supplemental cost if you are traveling alone, please contact us to find out more.
    Yes, we provide these facilities for our guests. But who are not in package they have to pay extra charge if they want us to manage the pick-up and drop services.
    You need to follow some safety measures while you are travelling to any foreign destination. We recommended you to go with seal bottled water, besides if you want to drink boiled water than remember to instruct the service man to boil it for at least 15 minutes.

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