Lhasa Everest Base Camp tour is one of the world’s exclusive products that grab the attention of more than 5 million travelers solely every year. A wonderful Everest Base Camp overland tour that begins in Lhasa and ends in Lhasa. The tour includes the historic sites of Tibetan capital Lhasa, home to some of the famous cultural heritage sites such as the Potala Palace, monasteries and temples. And then drive along the Friendship Highway to Everest Base Camp and visit the wonderful Tibetan town on the way.
Main Features of Lhasa Everest Base Camp are:
- Visit to famous cultural heritage sites such as the Potala Palace, Monasteries and Temples
- Hike to Everest Base Camp along the yak trail
- World’s highest Buddhist school with monastery
- Learn about Tibet and Tibetan Buddhism
Lhasa Everest Base Camp Tour
On the way to Lhasa, drive along the Friendship Highway leading to the Friendship Bridge on the border between Nepal and Tibet. Begin your tour from Lhasa, drive through pristine high-altitude lakes, rivers, glaciers, and agricultural valleys to Base Camp, crossing a variety of high-pass filters over 5,000m. As one of Tibet’s classic overland adventure vacations, the travel route itself is one of the most interesting highlights of the trip, and you can see the world’s highest mountain Everest from the Tibetan Everest Base Camp closest to you. A drive to Base Camp will not only see Base Camp, but also many classic and historic Tibetan villages and landscapes, the famous city of Lhasa, and many Buddhist temples along the way.
A great view of Everest from Rongbuk, and hike to base camp along the yak trail. And visit the world’s highest Buddhist school with monastery. After a base camp tour, drive to the famous Buddhist city of Lhasa and pass some of the famous Buddhist monasteries with a passionate Tibetan guide who will teach you about Tibet and Tibetan Buddhism.
Tibet Travel Permit
Organizations and tour operators like us can arrange tours. A travel permit is required if you are from China and a Tibetan travel permit and a paper group visa issued by the Chinese Embassy in Kathmandu are required to enter Tibet.
A valid passport is required to enter Tibet. As a general rule, your passport must be valid for at least 8 months in Tibet. Passport details are required to complete the reservation. Make sure the passport details you provide are correct. It’s a good idea to bring a copy of your main passport page and other important documents.
Best Time for Lhasa Everest Base Camp Tour
Tours from Lhasa to Everest Base Camp are available year round. April-November is the perfect season for an Everest Base Camp Tour. The weather is nice and warm at this time of year, but this time there is little or no rain. Everest is clearly visible. Tours are possible in the winter months such as December, January and February, but it is very cold. The temperature drops to -15 degrees Celsius.
This 8-day land tour in Tibet gives you the opportunity to experience Tibet’s lifestyle and culture and enjoy the beautiful views of Tibet.