Everest Base Camp Tours
A great lifetime achievement to make, the trip to Everest Base Camp in Tibetan side will let one closely witness the majestic Mount Everest, the highest peak of the world. It is a glorious and solemn moment as you stand at the foot of the world’s summit, to admire the unparalleled beauty and holiness that you get simply defying human description.
Unlike the southern base camp in Nepal, the Tibet Everest Base Camp (5200m) in northern side is more accessible and relatively easy to reach. Choosing the most popular route from Lhasa, you will not only get yourself a relaxing overland journey to Everest Base Camp, but also embrace the essence of Tibet has to offer, from splendid Buddhist monasteries to fabulous lakes and mountain vistas.
As a celebrated Tibet Tour operator in the industry, we offer tourist-friendly service to facilitate your Lhasa to Everest Base Camp tour. In addition to favorable prices and well-tailored itineraries, our Tibet Everest Base Camp tours also include high-class services on travel documents application, accommodation arrangement, English local guide, and many more details, so as to ensure you a pleasant and safe journey closest to the world’s summit.
Best-Selling Tibet Everest Base Camp Group Tours
We collect the most popular Everest Base Camp group tours with attractive prices and superior services. You can choose to enjoy a classic overland trip from Lhasa to EBC, or spice up your journey with the holy Namtso Lake sightseeing. Or, start your EBC tour from Kathmandu as you like. Just pick your favorite one to start your lifetime journey to EBC!
Tibet Everest Base Camp Private Tours
To facilitate our clients with varied preferences, we have also designed a series of Everest Base Camp private tours. Follow these trips to explore more intriguing sites of Tibet, like Sakya, Namtso or Nyingchi region, together with your EBC discovery. If there is no suitable tour you prefer, we can also help to customize your perfect itinerary according to your own needs.
Explore Tibet by More Themes & Adventures
Keen to engage in a particular activity such as highland trekking, cycling or family tour, photography journey, etc.? We also offer the thrilling thematic tours in Tibet and Nepal for you. Of these diverse travel themes and activities, you got to find the right one for yourself.
Tibet Everest Base Camp Travel Guide
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FAQs about Tibet Everest Base Camp Tou
1. How to get to Everest Base Camp?
Compared to the southern base camp of Mount Everest in Nepal, the northern Everest Base Camp is relatively easier to reach. Although no airport or railway station are available near Mount Everest, there is a well-paved highway leading to the camp site. One can get to Everest Base Camp from Lhasa by overland, as a popular option, via Friendship Highway. Covering around 600 km, the road trip from Lhasa to EBC will take you through Lake Yamdrok, Gyantse, Shigatse, Lhatse, Tingri and Rongbuk Monastery successively, with the altitude gradually climbing up to over 5000m. It requires normally 8 days to complete the journey from Lhasa to Everest Base Camp and back to Lhasa.
In addition, one can also get to EBC from Kathmandu by taking an overland trip via the Gyirong Border. Getting to Tibet from Kathmandu can be done by public bus. From Gyirong Port, it is around 334 kilometers to EBC, which takes about a whole day. If there are more destinations than EBC listed in your tour plan, it is recommended to join the classic overland tour from Kathmandu to Lhasa, and pay a visit to Everest Base Camp on the way.
2. What are the permits to visit Everest Base Camp in Tibet?
In order to visit Everest Base Camp in Tibetan side, you need to book an organized tour with a local tour operator like us, who will handle the permits on behalf of you. The Tibet Travel Permit is the primary essential document that should be obtained before you enter Tibet. Your Chinese Visa and passport are required to apply for the permit. In addition, foreigners need to get the Aliens’ Travel Permit to enter the EBC region.
One more thing to be noted, if you get to Tibet from Nepal, you will need to obtain the Chinese Group Visa, instead of the Chinese Visa, together with the Tibet Travel Permit. Unlike the latter, the group visa can only be applied through the Embassy in Kathmandu. It is advised to reserve yourself enough time (at least 3 days in Kathmandu) for the application.
3. How long is the hike to Everest Base Camp?
For those who want to hike to Everest Base Camp, one can go through the trek from Old Tingri, which is one of greatest treks in Tibet. The trek from Old Tingri to EBC covers around 70 kilometers and is of moderate difficulty, with altitude ranging between 4400m and 5200m. It is advised to complete the trek in four whole days, so that you can balance your energy and have enough time to explore the glaciers and valleys on the way. As a wise option, you can choose to join in our 12-day EBC trek tour, which will take you to smoothly experience the classic trek, accompanied by our professional guides.
4. What is the best time to visit Everest Base Camp in Tibet?
Though Everest Base Camp in Tibet can be visited all year round, to some with a particular goal, the best time for Everest Base Camp might vary.
The best time to visit Everest Base Camp in Tibet is from April to June and September to November. During the two periods, the temperature is moderate and the weather is warm. In Spring, the snowy land begins to unfreeze and revive, with flowers blooming and trees turning green. It is the best time to trek Mount Everest to take in the breathtaking landscape along the trail. When it comes to autumn, the sky becomes clearer and the air turns dryer. It is the perfect time to see a clear view of Mount Everest, with great visibility and stable weather condition.
5.What to eat at Everest Base Camp in Tibet?
Accommodation at Everest Base Camp is very basic, so is the food available here. Mostly, egg fried rice, yat meat stew, and noodles, vegetable soup, sweet tea, etc. served in the Rongbuk monastery restaurant or tented camps. However, imagine yourself dining at the Rongbuk restaurant while enjoying the epic vista of Mt.Everst. It’s definitely a lifetime experience to be remembered. A great suggestion is to stock up on some canned beef, bread, and biscuit and instant noodles prior to your visit to Everest Base Camp.
6. What to pack for Everest Base Camp tour in Tibet?
Traveling light is always preferred. Basically, you need to bring warm clothes, warm headwear and sun protection gears, comfy hiking shoes.