Trekking in Tibet

Everest Advance Base Camp Trek (21 days)

everest-base-camp3aThis is really an incredible adventure trek along the Rongbuk Glacier to Camp III at 6340 meter, the advance base camp for the north Col route up Mount Everest. One of the prominent features is that this is the world’s highest trek that takes you as close to the summit of Everest as any non-climber can go without using any technical climbing gears and without mountaineering skill. It offers you an awesome glimpse of the rock summit of Mt. Everest. Excellent view of entire Mount Everest from Rongbuk turns you speechless. Among other noticeable features of the trek are breath-taking display of picturesque mosaic of Tibetan settlements, nomadic herdsmen, ancient monasteries, high mountain passes, wide arid plains and awe-inspiring mountain views. Read More

Everest Khnagsung Face Trek (East and North Face of Everest)

everest_adventuresThis is an outstanding trek for extreme adventure seekers. This high adventure trek includes all the highlights of our ‘High Road to Lhasa' journey (including time in Lhasa, Gyantse, Shigatse) with a ten-day trek to the Kangshung Face of Everest - a spectacular trek that is undertaken by only a select number of groups each season. We follow trails through conifer and rhododendron forest, past sacred lakes and across the verdant yak grazing pastures set beneath a backdrop of Lhotse, Makalu and the huge Kangshung Face (East Face) of Everest. After the trek we drive to the Rongphu Valley to appreciate the huge dimensions of the North Face of Everest before heading back to the Kathmandu Valley. Read More

Ganden Monastery to Samye Monastery Trek

ganden-samye-trekThis tour will give you a good glimpse of Tibet's capital, Lhasa. We will have guided Tours to Lhasa's most fabulous attractions, including Potala Palace, Sera Monastery and Drepung Monastery. Discover the beauty of Lhasa in 4 days. Read More

 

 

Short Trek to Namtso Lake 13 nights 14 days

nomsetolakeNam Tso is situated 190 km north of the Lhasa, it is one of the most famous lakes in Tibet as well as being a very important pilgrimage sight. In the Tibetan “Nam” means Sky and “Tso” means Lake. The lake plays sanctuary to many species of migrating birds and other local birds. This is second largest saltwater lake in China and Chinese controlled territories it is the largest in Tibet, it is approximately 70km long and 30km wide. The Lake is easily accessible from Lhasa. While driving to Nam Tso from Lhasa,we cross over the high pass of Yangpachen ( 5630 m.).It takes at least 21 days to circle the shores of the entire lake.Read More