- Hotel accommodation in twin sharing basis room on B/B Basis in the respective hits in Lhasa and En-Route.
- Deluxe non A/C 4wd Toyota 4500 Model Land cruiser will be provided in Tibet and a suitable Vehicle(Van/Mini- Bus) in Nepal, Provided in Tibet and a suitable vehicle(Van/Mini –Bus) in Nepal,
- Sight seeing with a good English speaking Tibetan guide as per Itinerary
- All Camps on full board basis
- A separate truck for carrying Luggage and equipment.
- Highly experienced Sherpa Crew.
- Experienced Cook
- Trekking equipment such as tents, mattresses, toilet tent, dinning tent (sleeping bags of your own are advised but we can manage too).
- Tibet travel permit fee.
- Yaks for carrying equipments, Luggage and food stuff
- Oxygen Cylinder
- Entrance fee to Monasteries Necessary Airport/HTL/ Airport Transfers
- Necessary Airport/HTL/ Airport Transfers
- Airport Taxes
- Nepal re-entry visa fee
- All Insurance
- Extra Expenses because of Natural Calamities like landslides, snow, etc
- Professional Climbing Equipments,(We provide camping equipments, but not climbing equipments).
- High Altitude Food,(High altitude food, if you prefer, it is your part)
- Photography fees in the Monasteries.All Expenses of Personal Nature such as Drinks, Laundry, and Tips etc.
Advanced Base Camp with Lhasa Tour. Tibet is cautiously opening up to the western world offering travel seekers a fulfilling authentic experience, which can be adventurous and unpredictable due to the lack of infrastructure which is poor to non-existent, making a simple road trip a complete adventure.
After centuries of virtual isolation local monasteries are striving to find a place in a country that’s crashing into the twentieth century. Tibet is the perfect destination to try exotic foods while embarking on a spiritual journey, leaving you feeling internally rejuvenated whilst stepping back in time. For the culture lover’s witness displays of people so optimistic yet so proud of their religion and beliefs, remaining much the same as they did one hundred years ago.
The majority of this land rests above 4000 meters (13,000 feet), housing many secrets which present the perfect opportunity to explore the highest Himalayas in the world giving you ultimate thrill of climbing, trekking and other challenging adventurous activities.
North East Ridge Advance Base Camp
The northeast ridge route begins from the north side of Everest in Tibet. Expeditions trek to the Rongbuk Glacier, setting up Base Camp at 5,180 m (17,000 ft) on a gravel plain just below the glacier. To reach Camp II, climbers ascend the medial moraine of the east Rongbuk Glacier up to the base of Changtse at around 6,100 m (20,000 ft). Camp III (ABC – Advanced Base Camp) is situated below the North Col at 6,500 m (21,300 ft).
China is paving a 108-km (66-mile) dirt road from Tingri County to its Base Camp in order to accommodate growing numbers of climbers on their side of the mountain. It will become the highest asphalt-paved road in the world. Construction began on June 18, 2007, at a cost of 150 million yuan (US$19.7 million). China also plans on routing the 2008 Olympic Torch Relay over Everest, going up the South Col route and back down the North Col route, on the way to the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing.
Day 01 : Drive to Zhangmu, Tibet.
Day 02 : Acclimatize in Zhangmu.
Day 03 : Drive to Nyalam, Tibet (3,700m).
Day 04 : Acclimatize in Nyalam.
Day 05 : Drive to Tingri, Tibet (4,300m).
Day 06-07 : Acclimatization, Tingri.
Day 08 : Drive to Everest Base Camp (BC) (5,200m).
Day 09-11 : Rest / Acclimatization in BC.
Day 12-13 : Hike / Trek to interim camp en route to Advanced Base Camp(ABC).
Day 14-15 : To ABC (6,400m).
Day 16-18 : Set up camp at ABC.
Day 19 : Back from ABC to BC.
Day 20 : Drive to Xigatse – HTL.
Day 21 : Xigatse – Gyantse with sight seeings – HTL
Day 22 : Gyante – Lhasa – HTL.
Day 23 : Lhasa – Sight Seeing – HTL.
Day 24 : Lhasa – Sight Seeing – HTL.
Day 25 : Fly Lhasa – Kathmandu.