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Tibet Trekking

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Trip at a Glance

  • Company

    Nepal Guide Treks & Expedition

  • Locations

    Kathmandu, Nepal

  • Activities

    Adventure, Hiking Trekking

  • Price
    $1555 USD per trip
  • Duration

    18 Days

  • Avg Distance

    1555 KM

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    As Arranged

  • Starting Location


  • Price Includes

    2 night's accommodation in 3 star hotel in Kathmandu on twin share basis with breakfast; 8 nights accommodation in Tibet using guesthouse /camp; Tibet Visa & Permit Fee [Normal visa]; Yaks & Yak Men for luggage during trip; Ground transfers in Tibet using Toyota Land Cruisers or bus as applicable; Services of English speaking guide in Tibet; Services of our trekking equipment and Sherpa staff;All Trekking & camping equipment including Gyamo Bags, Sleeping bags and oxygen cylinders.

  • Notes

    Not Included: Travel Insurance; Evacuation cost; Use of satellite phone for personal use; Extra nights in hotel/lodge (due to any reason); Using nights not mentioned in the itinerary; Yak/porter for personal use while crossing Nepal Tibet border; Pony & pony man for person use. Our Tibet guide will assist and arrange pony but you will be paying directly to pony man); Extra cost incurred in the event of any delays such a s flight cancellation / postponement due to bad weather etc. Hot spring bath is possible (only in Nyalam, and Chu Gomba on direct payment basis) Rescue/evacuation or all the extra cost because of partition from the main group or serious health condition. No cost is including for those who separate from the main group Tipping and any other expenses of personal nature and which is not mentioned above.


  • See the magnificent views of Makalu and Everest
  • Excursion to the Rongbuk glacier
  • Potala palace, Sera Monastery, Jokhang temple and Bakhor street, Drepung Monastery
  • Trek to Tangmoche
  • Trek to Sagar

Trip Info

The highest of the great mountains of the world seems to require single gesture of mastery in order to establish as the queen of them all, immense in its solitary and unrivalled supremacy. The remarkable spectacles offered by the icy mass of Everest, which loom over the desert highlands of Tibet are as enchanting today as they did since centuries. Exploring the Kharta Valley was how Mallory’s 1921 Everest Reconnaissance Expedition eventually realized how to climb Everest. They trekked from Sikkim, instead we drive to the last villages, beginning in the dry Kharta Valley and climb into lush scrub camping by alpine lakes. Over the first pass the panoramas open up, HUGE mountains litter the horizon. More pleasant trekking brings us to in your face Everest views and we actually stay at the normal Everest Base Camp as well as visiting Dza Rongphu (Rongbuk) Gompa. Day 01: Arrival Kathmandu transfer to Hotel Day 02: Free day in Kathmandu with sightseeing. Day 03: Transfer to Kathmandu Airport for flight to Lhasa. Upon arrival you will be met by our Tibetan agent and transferred to the Hotel Day 04 – 05: Sightseeing tours in Lhasa (Potala palace, Sera Monastery, Jokhang temple and Bakhor street, Drepung Monastery) Day 06: Drive to Shigatse following the Lhasa River. Afternoon visit the Tashilumpo Monastery. Overnight at Shigatse Hotel Day 07: Drive to Kharta, you leave the highway and drive close to Kharta where your trekking crews will set the first camp. The magnificent views of Lhotse, Cho Oyu and Everest is expected from the camp Day 08: Trekking towards the mountain ranges. You will see the magnificent views of Makalu and Everest, overnight camp Day 09: Trek to Tangmoche – 4350m Day 10: Trek to Sagar – approximately 4800m Day 11: Trek to Pola Valley – 4500m via Doya Ri – 5300m Day 12: Trek for about 3 hour and drive to Everest base camp – 5150m, overnight camp Day 13: Excursion to the Rongbuk glacier for the magnificent view of Mt. Everest, return to BC for overnight camp Day 14: Drive about 150 km to the Cho Oyu base camp, overnight camp at Driver’s camp – 4900m Day 15: Excursion to Cho Oyu base camp Day 16: Trekking back to Driver Camp and drive to Zhangmu, overnight at hotel Day 17: Return Kathmandu and transfer to Hotel. Day 18: Final departure transfer to onward destination. Note: It is possible to combine with some other activities such as white water rafting and wildlife safari. The itinerary can be customized according to your duration of holiday.

Your adventure awaits!

Nepal Guide Treks & Expedition

Welcome to Nepal Guide Treks & Expedition Run by Professional Trekking & Mountain Guides Nepal Guide Treks & Expedition Nepal Guide Treks & Expedition is run by professional Trekking & Mountain guides of group with lots of mountaineering and trekking in different mountain and region. Nepal is a country full of many opportunities for adventure. It also has the most spectacular and breathes taking beautiful scenery not to be seen in any other parts of the world. There is also the world-famous mountain range, the Himalayas, a part of which of course is the highest mountain on this earth, Mt. Everest 8848m (facts of everest). We organize a variety of adventure trips and activities including trekking, peak climbing, expeditions, wild water rafting, wildlife safaris, excursions and package trips to Tibet, India & Bhutan. It has so far introduced thousands of people around the globe not only for trekking but also to the trekking peaks as well as most of the Major Mountaineering expedition peaks. And, above all suffices it to say that not a single line or word of complain has reached our desk within this long span of life. You can view our office staffs, trekking guide, mountaineering sherpa and other staffts with individual profiles. To know more please visit (

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