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Trip Highlights and Values

Ancient and vibrant Lhasa(3,620 - 3,556m) tour with adventure journey to Everest Base Camp(5,140 to 5,156m) from Tibet including Rongbuk Monastery (4,920 - 4,960m) and other antique monasteries en-route. The most scenic Himalayan destination of Tibet.
Practical tips on eco-friendly lifestyles and virtually guided yoga activities.
Experienced local trip experts leading the trip with wisely selected attractions and viewpoints.  Itinerary and plans are curated based on track records of past travelers.
Direct contribution for nature conservation campaigns and field staff welfare projects led by the company. Chance to receive public honor from the locals of impact community for any  impressive efforts for nature conservation by travelers.
Realtime expert assistance and advices to plan your trip, trekking ground handled by experienced local trip leaders timely trained and evaluated by company for their mountain related technical skills.
Safety first trips: we have marked 3 priority of safety i.e. health, payment and privacy of travelers. We provide mountain medicine, rescue and extraction trained staffs during the trek. We have highly secure and easy option to pay the minimum trip deposit amounts to conform the booking after trip plan is fixed. Any due amount can be paid later on your convenience. We have enforced strict online/offline data security protocols and provide ex-Gurkhas as incognito personal security on demand.
What Is
Full service from arrival to departure, customizable 6 days Lhasa and Everest Base Camp from Tibet.
Trip Grade
Easy tour in high altitude. No strenuous multi-day treks involved.
  • 8 to 23°C in lower elevations & -8 to 12°C in higher elevation from March to May.
  • 7 to 21°C in lower elevations & -3 to 17°C in higher elevation from August to November.
  • Barren, desert appearing geography with series of small mountains in view.
  • Introduction, short tours & fun in cities, mostly drive to reach each stops in trail
  • Virtually guided yoga and practical lesson on nature conservation
Group Size
  • Min. 2/Max. 12 for pre-fixed departure dates in group joining basis Or Fully flexible custom option for private requirements
  • Group of 12 pax & less will get 1 Tibetan tour leader and 1 driver | 1 tour leader+1 driver for solo travelers
Temperature remains warmer with clear visibility and least chances of other naturally recurring disasters.
Best Time
The best time to visit Tibet is observed from the end of April to the end of October.

For Minimum 2 Travelers

From USD
$ 1370 /Person
Why With Us ?
  • For book now pay later, group discount facility.
  • We've 100% trip success rate and satisfied customers. Trips led by well trained, updated and experienced experts.
  • For free trip cancellation and rescheduling up to 59 days before the trip departure date.
  • This trip makes urgent contribution for nature conservation and offers long-term welfare for ground handlers.

Lhasa Tour with Everest Base Camp Overview

Lhasa tour with Everest Base Camp is mix of adventure and history for travelers. In Lhasa you’ll explore the historical wonders Potala Palace and other largest ancient monasteries of Tibet with the real life experience with monk’s debate. On the journey to Everest Base Camp, you will visit a native Tibetan family in a nearby village at Yamdrok Lake with quality lunch time with them. You’ll make short walk around lake while enjoying the local’s life experience in real

During the tour in mountains, you’ll admire Mt. Everest and other adjoining mountain ranges from different viewpoints selected wisely for impressive views. Our well experienced local expert and crew will create an wonderful trip experience with their reliable and knowledgeable insight about the destination. We follow the trail from Lhasa-Shigatse-Rongbuk Monastery-EBC-Shigatse-Lhasa. Every local encounters and attractions will be explained to you taking you through the most astonishing Tibet travel experience with us.

We make sure that travelers have to take no additional burdens except enjoying their assigned trip plans. Our ground handlers will offer all the required and requested services before it has to be asked. This easiest yet thrilling adventure trip in Tibet is suitable for all age groups looking for a short adventure trips in the Himalayas.

  • Guided walks and exploration with local Tibetan experts for robust idea about the place.
  • The business for the conservation and the long-term welfare of local field staffs.
Trip Options

Everyday Details

From Arrival in Lhasa | To Departure from Lhasa

Day 01: Arrive at Lhasa (3,622 - 3,650m), pick-up and transfer to check-in the hotel. Visit Sera Monastery with monks debate.

Land and explore the mighty Lhasa

Upon your arrival in Lhasa, our team member will greet you and guide you through the charming city towards your hotel. Sera Monastery is located in the northern suburb of Lhasa, nestled at the bottom of Pubuchok Mountain (also known as Tatipu Hill). Established in 1419 by Sakya Yeshe, Sera Monastery is a part of the Gelugpa sect of Tibetan Buddhism and boasts intricately carved depictions of the Tibetan Buddhist Circle of Life on its walls. You can witness the young monks engaging in debates about Tibetan Buddhism between 3 and 5 pm (Monday to Friday) in scattered groups of two to four throughout the courtyard. We recommend taking some time to rest and get acclimated to the altitude to avoid altitude sickness. Spend the remainder of the day at your leisure and enjoy a comfortable overnight stay in Lhasa.


Duration: 3-4 Hours exploration


Accommodation: Deluxe 4 Star Hotel

Day 02: Lhasa city sightseeing and acclimation, Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Barkhor Area. Then transfer to board the bullet train to Shigatse (3,840m). Shigatse train station pick up and transfer to the hotel.

Explore Lhasa city and transfer to Shigatse

The Potala Palace is a magnificent architectural structure with a vibrant atmosphere that houses antique artifacts. For the best view, climb up Chak Pori hill and take pictures before walking towards the main gate of the city. You can also join local Tibetans walking clockwise around the palace, spinning prayer wheels and making prayers for your loved ones. The palace is a vast religious and administrative complex located in Lhasa, rising suddenly from its rocky base above Mar-po-ri (Red Mountain). The White Palace once served as the seat of the Tibetan government and the Dalai Lama's residence, now included in the UNESCO World Heritage List with the Jokhang Temple.

The Jokhang temple, built in 647 AD, stands today as a testament to the enduring legacy of human creativity and devotion. Housing the most sacred statue consecrated by the Shakyamuni Buddha himself, this magnificent temple with its four-story tall main building has been recognized as a World Cultural Heritage site by UNESCO. Visitors can marvel at the original structures that date back to the 7th century, while the courtyard that now graces the complex was added during Tsongkhapa's time. The Jokhang temple is a stunning example of the majesty and ingenuity of human achievement.

Prepare to be transported to a mystical and ancient world of wonder! Discover Barkhor Street, a stunningly beautiful circular path that winds its way around the Jokhang Temple in the heart of Lhasa City, Tibet. This incredible attraction is a must-see for anyone looking to experience the true essence of this incredible region. As you wander through the ambient surroundings of the temple, you'll feel the spirit of the Buddhist people who have flocked to this holy site for centuries. Follow in their footsteps and immerse yourself in the vibrant energy of this incredible place. And that's not all! After your visit, get ready for an unforgettable adventure as you journey by bullet train on a safari through the awe-inspiring landscape of Shigatse. Get ready to experience the thrill of a lifetime!


Meals Served | Options: Breakfast | Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free, Non-Veg


Accommodation: Deluxe 4 Star Hotel


Duration: Approx. 4-5 Hours tour | 2.5 Hours Train Safari

Day 03: Drive from Shigatse / Shegar (4,150m) to Rongbuk Monastery(4,920 - 4960m) then hike to E.B.C (5,140 - 5160m)

Cross the Gawu la pass (5,260m) and enjoy the spectacular view of Himalaya mountain ranges Mt.Makalu [8463m], Mt.Lotse [8516m], Mt.Everest [8844m], Mt.Cho Oyu [8201m] and Mt.Shishapama [8020m] from Left to right.

During our trip to the Everest Base Camp on the Tibet side, we will stop for rest at a lodging facility near Rongbuk Monastery, which is approximately 8km away. The Zhufeng road will take us through Gawa La Pass, where we will witness a breathtaking view of Mt. Everest from the Gawu La Pass viewpoint, which is located at an elevation of 5260 meters. This viewpoint offers a 360-degree view of the Himalayas, making it the best viewpoint of the entire trip. We will have a panoramic view of the central Himalayas, including Mount Makalu, Mount Lhotse, Mount Cho Oyu, and Mount Shishapangma, all of which sit at over 8,000 meters and share their boundary with Tibet and Nepal. 

After taking in the breathtaking views and capturing some amazing photographs, head down the exhilarating road towards Rongbuk Monastery – the highest in the world. Established in the early 20th century, this Nyingmapa Sect monastery is in the Rongbuk Valley, also known as the "sanctuary of the birds." The area had a strict ban on killing any animal, which made the animals of the valley extraordinarily tame. Wild blue sheep would even come down to the monastery. However, driving all the way to Everest Base Camp is not possible. All vehicles must stop at the tent camp a few kilometers past Rongpuk Monastery, and passengers must trek to finish the last 4 km. Don't miss the Guru Rinpoche meditation cave, which is about 1 km uphill from the tent camp on the left. The peak has been a dream attraction for mountaineers from all over the world. Rongbuk Monastery in Tibet offers a breathtaking view of the Rongbuk Glacier, the largest of the hundreds of glaciers formed around Mt. Everest. The glacier is formed by three glaciers that flow south and congregate at the 'Rongbuk River. One interesting aspect of Rongbuk Monastery is that it is home to both monks and nuns. The monastery celebrates the Saka Dawa Festival, a three-day Buddhist dancing ceremony held every year from the 15th of April in the Tibetan Calendar to commemorate the birth of Sakyamuni.


Meals Served | Options: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner | Vegetarian, Non-Veg


Altitude Gain: 810 meters


Accommodation: Tea House, Dorm Bed


Duration: Approx. 7-8 Hours Drive | 1 Hour Hike

Day 04: Drive back from Rongbuk to Shigatse

Return to Shigatse after sunrise in Rongbuk
Early in the morning you'll enjoy the sunrise of Mount Everest from the Monastery area. On a clear day the golden and shining appearances of Mt. Everest reflects with sunrays of the morning. Depending on the availability of time, you'll also visit Tashilhunpo Monastery.

Meals Served | Options: Breakfast | Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free, Non-Veg


Accommodation: Deluxe 4 Star Hotel


Duration: Approx. 7-8 hours drive

Day 05: Drive from Shigatse via Gyantse (3,980m) and Yamdrok Lake (4,441m) to Lhasa

Scenic drive back to Lhasa and relax.
Today's drive through beautiful roadway to Lhasa includes multiple stops to visit initially Gyantse Kumbum and Karola Glacier, wander around lakeshore of Yamdrok Yutso, and crosse over the Kampala pass (4,794m) for distance view Yamdrok Tso(Yamdrok Lake) and Holy Mount Nyenchen Khangsar.

Meals Served | Options: Breakfast | Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free, Non-Veg


Accommodation: Deluxe 4 Star Hotel


Duration: Approx. 6-7 hours drive

Day 06: Lhasa airport or train station drop-off for departure.

Final day of the trip, leaving Lhasa.
Our team will wave you farewell from your desired station in Lhasa. We will have hope of getting another opportunity to serve you again and warmth of wishes for your safe travel back to home or the other destinations.

Meals Served | Options: Breakfast | Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free, Non-Veg

Included Services

Included in base rate

  • All the ground transfer in a comfortable private vehicle.
  • Deluxe 4 Star hotel accommodation with breakfast (Twin sharing basis) in Lhasa and Shigatse. Tea house accommodation in Rongbuk.
  • Local Tibetan guide fluent in English that is certified by the state tourism build for the entire tour
  • Environment management fees.
  • Travel T-shirt, map and HAT from Himalayan Adventure Therapy.
  • Comprehensive first aid medical supplies during the trip.
  • All necessary Tibet Permits: Tibet Tourism Bureau Permit (TTB) and Alien's Travel Permit (PSB).
  • All required government taxes and travel agency handling fee in Tibet.
  • Domestic travel accidental insurance in Tibet.
  • Entrance Tickets: Personal entrance tickets fee per this program, local eco-bus in EBC.
  • One-way bullet train ticket from Lhasa to Shigatse based on 2nd class soft seat.
  • All required fees Tibet permits, entrance tickets, train ticket.
  • Lhasa airport pick up and drop-off as noted in the itinerary.
  • Vehicle and guide’s entrance fees for Mount Everest region.
  • Portable oxygen inhalers and high altitude medicines in Tibet.
  • (2) bottles of drinking water per person are provided daily.
  • Guide and driver's food and lodging.

Not included in base rate

  • International and inter-connecting flights tickets.
  • Travel emergency and rescue insurance.
  • Meals that are not specified in the itinerary.
  • Tips for your guide and driver.
  • Personal expense: laundry, drinks, Internet, telephone calls, etc.

Practical Information

Must to Know Information Before Heading for This Trip

Travelers are required to obtain Tibet travel permits and other necessary travel permits to be issued by Chinese government on behalf of travelers before heading for the destination. Obtaining them are must before the actual trip start dates.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who will pick us up at the port?

The official representative from our company will be there at the arrival of your designated port to pick you up. They can be easily identified at the airport on your arrival since they will be holding the company logo board and traveler or group leader's name on it. You will be greeted, welcomed and escorted to the assigned hotel in Lhasa.

Will I be hassled during the trip?

No, as long as you have the necessary permits and legitimate documents to show on every checkpoints requesting you to show them. The friendly guide and staffs will make the process easy for you.

What will be the weather condition?

The weather here will be cold averaging from -10 to 18 degree celsius. Lhasa and Shigatse will be comparatively warmer than Rongbuk Monastery but advised to carry cloths good enough to withstand harsh winter storm.
Whenever you require more information about the trip or have other possible questions, please feel free to reach us. Contact Us. 


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