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12 Days
Dingri, Everest, Lhatse, Sakya
Max People : 1000

The Everest Base Camp trekking route is a paradise for trekking enthusiasts, whether it’s the classic old Tingri trek to the base camp, the scenic Dongpo base camp trek, or the base camp trek to the higher-altitude Mount Everest forward camp. Both hiking enthusiasts and outdoor enthusiasts are eager to try. Today we will analyze in detail what kind of tourists these three hiking routes are suitable for.

The best time and season to hike Everest Base Camp

Trekking at Everest Base Camp is a fun and challenging travel event. If you want to reap the most beautiful scenery and the most unsophisticated nostalgia during the trek, choosing a good departure time is more important. Trekking at the Everest Base Camp in Tibet is not difficult, especially the trekking route from Lao Tingri to Rongbuk Monastery, which is full of small villages with Tibetan customs and primitive Tibetan scenery along the way. But weather and climate are important factors that affect the difficulty of hiking and the scenery along the way.

The rainy season in Tibet is from the end of June to the end of August. The rainy season in Tibet has more rain and more clouds. Therefore, the best time to hike in Tibet’s Everest Base Camp is April-June and September-October. These two periods have better weather and less rain. Clouds and fog have the least impact on the scenery. Moreover, the natural scenery in spring and autumn is more colorful, the scenery along the way will be more beautiful, and the journey will be more comfortable.

Tips: Before going to the Everest Base Camp for a trek, please be sure to prepare the required documents for the Everest Base Camp, otherwise you may not be able to complete the Everest trek.

Trekking route from old Tingri to Everest Base Camp

Trekking route map from Tingri to Everest Base Camp

Old Tingri designated Gangga Town, Ri County, from here on foot to Mount Everest is a classic hiking route to Mount Everest Base Camp.

Highlights along the hike from Old Tingri to Everest Base Camp

 

The trekking route from old Tingri to Everest Base Camp is 70 kilometers, along 218 Rural Road, passing through many snow-capped mountains along the way, and there are many small villages in Tibet on both sides of the road. If you want to understand and experience the original Tibetan life, feel no Commercialized aboriginal Tibetans can choose this trekking route for daily living.

 

Hiking from Old Tingri to Everest Base Camp is suitable for the crowd

The trek from Old Tingri to Everest Base Camp is suitable for all people without severe altitude sickness because the roads along the way are rural roads, the trekking route is relatively open and flat, and the itinerary is relatively safe.

 

 

Hiking itinerary from Old Tingri to Everest Base Camp

 

The hiking route from Old Tingri to Everest Base Camp is 70 kilometers. For a comfortable journey and more time to understand the customs and customs of Tibet, it is recommended to arrange a four-day journey to reach Everest Base Camp, with an average of about 18 kilometers per day.

On the first day of trekking: From Gangga Town to Longjiang Village, the journey is 13 kilometers, and it takes about 5 hours to stay in Longjiang Village.

On the second day of trekking: Longjiang Village to Langla Mountain Pass, the journey is about 21 kilometers, and it takes about 8 hours to stay at Langla Mountain Pass.

On the third day of trekking: Langla Mountain Pass to Zangpu Village, the journey is about 18 kilometers, and it takes about 7 hours to stay in Zangpu Village.

On the fourth day of trekking: Zangpu Village to Rongbuk Monastery Base Camp, the journey is about 22 kilometers, and it takes about 8 hours. Among them, the Rongbuk Monastery to the base camp tent area is about 3 kilometers, which takes 1 hour.

 

Equipment needed for trekking from Lao Tingri to Everest Base Camp

 

The route is flat, and ordinary trekking equipment is sufficient, of which trekking shoes are the most important, and other clothing is configured according to your needs. This route can be passed on foot even by underage children.

 

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Brief Itinerary

Day 1 Lhasa Arrival

Welcome to the roof of the world! You will be pick up at the airport or train station, then be escorted to your hotel in Lhasa city at the comfort of your own private vehicle. En route, enjoy the breathtaking view along the Yarlong Tsangpo River. Tibetan features can be seen along the way, including Big Buddha engravings on the hill near the road, colorful prayer flags and friendly Tibetan people.
After arrival at your hotel, the rest of the day is free for you to explore the local area and acclimatize yourself to this high altitude city at the top of the world.

Day 2 Lhasa Sight seeing

After breakfast, you will firstly visit the Norbulingka Park, the former summer palace of Dalai Lama. Explore the beautiful gardens and experience one of the most holy sites in Tibetan Buddhism while soaking up the rich history. Next, come to Drepung Monastery, which was once the largest Tibetan Buddhist monastery housing 10,000 monks in its heyday. Learn about the lives of Tibetan monks.

Your tour ends at Sera Monastery, where you will get the chance to experience “Buddhism Scriptures Debating”. These debates are unique to Sera and are quite famous. Enjoy the debates!

Day 3 Wondering Lhasa

The overwhelming Potala Palace is your first stop. As the symbol of Tibet, it was built in 641 AD and was the winter palace of Dalai Lama who is Tibet’s pope. Impressive Tibetan architecture, huge golden Buddha statues, red-robed lamas and devoted pilgrims all make it a must-visit.

In the afternoon, you’ll visit the Jokhang Temple, the spiritual center of Tibet. Every day, pilgrims from every corner of Tibet trek here from long distances to worship. Finally, walk the special circular pilgrimage route as local followers always do at Barkhor Street.

Day 4 Lhasa to Shigatse

Today you will be transferred from Lhasa to Gyantse (6.5-hour drive). En route, you’ll stop to see Yamdrok Lake, one of three most famous holy lakes in Tibet. For Tibetans, it is one of the four holy lakes of Tibet and the home of the “wrathful deities”. The scenery of turquoise blue water in the lake with the reflection of surrounding snow-capped mountains is awesome. After arrival in Gyantse, you will tour Pelkor Monastery to admire fancy frescoes, statues and sculptures. overnight staying at Shigatse

Tips of today:
1. Wear warm clothes to prevent from cold and wild;
2. The road condition from Lhasa to Gyantse via Yamdrok Lake is good;
3. Feel free to ask your driver to stop so you can stretch your legs or take some pictures.

Day 5 Shigatse to Tingri Via Sakya Monastery

After visiting TashiLhunpo Monastery, Drive to Sakya Monastery, The monastery has a colossal collection of highly valuable art pieces, including abundance handwriting sutra copied by all the Tibetan calligraphists. Sakya’s collection of treasures also contains 3,000 pieces of sutras that have thousands of years of history.

Day 6 Tingri To Tsojan Village Trek

Trek: 4-6 hours, 8km, Camping Near Tsojan Village

Today we will trek from old Tingri to Tsojan Village which is a small village with an altitude of 4,500. Camping in tents.

Day 7 Tsojan Village to Lama La Pass

Today we will trek from Tsojan Village to Lama La Pass which is a small village with an altitude of 5,100. we will hiking 4-6 hours.Camping in tents.

Day 8 Lama La Pass to Zemukh

Today we will trek from Lama La Pass to Zumukh which is a small village with an altitude of 4,900.we will hiking 4-6 hours.Camping in tents.

Day 9 Zemukh to Rongbuk Trekking

Today we will trek from Zemukh to Rongbuk monastery which is a highest temple in the world with an altitude of 5,200.
we will hiking 4-6 hours.Camping in tents.

Days 10 Mt. Everest Base – Tingri (Shegar) - Lhatse

Wake up early to enjoy the marvelous sunrise on the peak of the world. After breakfast, take a sightseeing bus to the Everest Base Camp which is about 8 km from Rongpuk Monastery. While you can also hike up if you are energetic. In the EBC, you can get the best Everest view. The peak is blessed with many extreme wonders. The top part of the mountain is covered with snow all the year round, when the sun shines on the mountain, the peak is like white pyramid. More often, the thick freely moves clouds and fogs, seems as if a flag with the mast of the peak was swinging, will shroud the peak. This peculiar phenomenon of Mt. Everest is known as “Flag Cloud”. An additional wonder generated here are the bright glaciers, where ices are formed into various shapes like bridges, pagodas and others.

After viewing the sunrise over Mt. Everest, drive about 3 hours (100km) on a fairly rough road back to Tingri (Shegar). Have lunch there, then drive to Lhaste. Tonight you will stay in Lhaste. You can have an interesting night here soaking in the local culture and relaxing after visiting the stunningly beautiful Mt. Everest. Stay overnight in Lhaste.

Tips of today:
1. Sunrise starts around 6:30 am to 7am;
2. Get well prepared for long driving on the road.

Days 11 Lhatse – Lhasa

While heading back to Lhasa (roughly a 400km trip) today, the surrounding scenery is quite nice. You will be able to see the Yarlung zangbu river along the way. Please feel free to ask the driver to stop any time you’d like to get out and stretch your legs or take pictures. You may even be able to see pilgrims praying along the way.

Tips of today:
The altitude is over 4,000m in some places, so while you should feel free to get out to stretch your legs and take a break, try to keep exercise to a minimum.
The road is a wide paved road, so the condition is relatively good.

Day 12 Departure from Lhasa

Today is free for you until your tour guide transfer you to the airport in time for your flight or drop you off at Lhasa train station.

Prices and Services

What’s included in this price?

1. Private professional English-speaking tour guide.
2. Private vehicle and Luggage Transfers.
3. All necessary Tibet travel permits.
4. All accommodations, based on double-occupancy. Above three star rated hotels in towns and city. Guest house or tent in remote areas.
5. Meals, depend as noted in the itinerary.
6. Admission fees and activity expenses, as noted in the itinerary.
7. All Service Charges (the planning, handling, operational and communication charges) & government taxes.
8. Accident / Casualty Help

What’s excluded in this price?

1. China visa, all air tickets and train tickets to and from Tibet.
2. Sightseeing not listed in the itinerary.
3. Meals not listed in the itinerary.
4. Personal expenses such as laundry, drink, fax, telephone call, optional tour activities, etc.
5. Gratuities, tips to guides, drivers, bellboys, etc.
6. Excess Baggage Charges.
7. Single room supplement.

Value for money:

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When comparing tour prices, be sure to compare like to like. Our tours are designed to ensure that our customers experience all the culture, history, and beauty that Tibet has to offer, and at a reasonable price.

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The itineraries provided on our website are the only sample, and you can change any destinations to suit your tastes and budget. Your travel consultant will provide advice and answer your questions.

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No. Our tailor-made trips are arranged on an individual basis, which means you are not tied to the wishes of a group and you can arrange your itinerary at your own pace.
If you are interested in a Group Tour, we do offer an arranged tour in a small group of up to 16 people.