Lhasa with Everest Base camp Tour 10 days

Lhasa with Everest Base camp Tour 10 days

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  • Closest View of Everest: Standing at the Everest Base Camp on the Tibetan side provides a stunning view of the world’s highest peak, Mount Everest (known as Chomolungma in Tibetan). This is a unique opportunity to witness this iconic mountain up close.
  • High Altitude Adventure: The journey to EBC takes you through high-altitude terrains, including the challenging Himalayan passes. This adventure appeals to those seeking both physical and mental challenges.
  • Trekking and Landscape: The trek to EBC offers a chance to experience the diverse Tibetan landscape, from alpine meadows to rocky moraines. The ever-changing scenery and panoramic vistas are awe-inspiring.
  • Cultural Insights: Along the way, you’ll encounter Tibetan villages and settlements, providing an opportunity to interact with the local population and gain insights into their unique culture and way of life.
  • Potala Palace: The iconic Potala Palace stands as a symbol of Tibetan culture and history. This former winter residence of the Dalai Lama is a marvel of architecture, art, and spirituality.
  • Jokhang Temple: Located in the heart of Lhasa, the Jokhang Temple is a sacred site for Tibetan Buddhists. It houses the revered Jowo Rinpoche statue and is a hub of religious activity and devotion.
  • Barkhor Street: Surrounding the Jokhang Temple, Barkhor Street is a bustling marketplace where pilgrims and visitors circumambulate while engaging in shopping and socializing. It’s a vibrant hub of local life.
  • Sera and Drepung Monasteries: These monasteries offer insight into Tibetan Buddhist traditions and provide the opportunity to witness monks engaging in philosophical debates and religious rituals.

Lhasa with Everest Base Camp Overview

Embark on a captivating adventure to the heart of the Himalayas, where ancient traditions and breathtaking landscapes intertwine. This exclusive Lhasa to Everest Base Camp tour offers a unique opportunity to experience the wonders of Tibet without the demands of a strenuous trek.

Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of Tibetan culture, starting in the enchanting city of Lhasa. Explore magnificent landmarks like the Potala Palace and Jokhang Temple, marveling at their intricate architecture and spiritual significance. Witness the vibrant energy of Barkhor Street and delve into the wisdom of Drepung and Sera Monasteries.

As you journey onwards, prepare to be captivated by the majestic beauty of the Himalayas. Witness the stunning vistas that were once the forbidden realm, now known as the “roof of the world”. En route to Everest Base Camp, discover hidden gems like the Gyantse Stupa and Sakya Monastery. Immerse yourself in the unique blend of Tibetan Buddhist traditions at Pelkor Chode Monastery and Tashilhunpo, the seat of the Panchen Lama.

This experience extends beyond iconic landmarks. Witness the charm of traditional Tibetan villages and traverse high mountain passes like Khampa La, Karo La, and Pang La. Take in the breathtaking turquoise waters of Yamdrok Lake, framed by the majestic snow-capped peaks.

This meticulously crafted itinerary caters to those seeking a glimpse of the mighty Mount Everest while gaining invaluable insights into Tibetan Buddhism. If you yearn to explore the “Roof of the World”, with its panoramic vistas, ancient monasteries, and captivating cultural tapestry, this unforgettable journey awaits you.

Contact us today to embark on this extraordinary adventure!

Detail Itinerary

Upon your arrival in Lhasa, whether by train or flight, you’ll be warmly welcomed by our amiable Tibetan guide, who will greet you with a traditional Hada scarf and heartfelt blessings.

Following the reception, your guide and driver will escort you to your downtown Lhasa hotel. En route, you’ll have the opportunity to admire the majestic Yarlung Tsangpo River/Brahmaputra River, the longest and largest river in Tibet, as well as the scenic Lhasa River.

Once settled into your accommodation, take some time to rest and acclimatize to the high altitude.

Later in the afternoon or evening, your guide will reconvene with you, presenting traditional Tibetan gifts, offering travel instructions, and facilitating introductions among your fellow group members.

Should you require any assistance or have specific needs, our service center at Lhasa our booking Hotel is at your disposal.

Your morning will be spent delving into the rich history and spiritual significance of Tibetan Buddhism as you explore Drepung Monastery, the largest monastery in Tibet, once home to over 10,000 monks. Wander through the revered Coqen Hall while your guide illuminates the profound worldview of Tibetan Buddhism and introduces key figures from its history.

Following this enlightening visit, you’ll proceed to the esteemed Loseling College (or an equivalent), where you’ll gain a firsthand glimpse into the scholarly pursuits and daily lives of Tibetan monks. Explore their dormitories to better understand the routines and living conditions of these devoted practitioners.

In the afternoon, your journey continues to Sera Monastery, one of Tibet’s ‘great three’ Gelug monasteries, where you’ll have the unique opportunity to witness the renowned Tibetan Monks Debate (15:00 – 17:00, Monday to Saturday). With intricate explanations from your guide, you’ll come to appreciate how these debates serve as a cornerstone of Tibetan monks’ academic advancement, fostering knowledge acquisition and intellectual growth.

Following breakfast, your day begins with a visit to the iconic Potala Palace, offering a breathtaking panoramic view of Lhasa Old Town. Immerse yourself in the history and legacy of the Dalai Lamas as you explore the palace’s halls, discovering the remarkable treasures it houses, including the gilded burial stupas of past Dalai Lamas and the meditation cave of Tibet’s 33rd great king.

After your tour of the Potala Palace, you’ll venture to Longwangtan Park nestled at the palace’s foothills. Here, marvel at the majestic Potala Palace from a new perspective and partake in local Tibetan folk activities.

In the afternoon, your journey leads you to the spiritual heart of Tibet – the Jokhang Temple. Inside, behold the revered statue of Buddha Sakyamuni at twelve years old, while outside, witness devout pilgrims offering prostrations. Surrounding the temple lies Barkhor Street, where you can join pilgrims and locals in the sacred practice of kora (circling around a religious building or mountain) and explore the bustling old market.

To conclude your day, accompany your guide to one of Lhasa’s vibrant indoor Tibetan tea houses. Savor traditional Tibetan sweet tea among locals, as your guide provides insights into Tibetan social customs and daily life.

Embark on a scenic drive to Gyantse, traversing the picturesque landscapes alongside Yamdrok Lake and conquering high mountain passes, including the majestic Kora La at 5,010 meters and the renowned Kamba La at 4,794 meters. Take in the awe-inspiring vistas offered by these elevated vantage points as you journey through Tibet’s rugged terrain.

Upon arrival in Gyantse, immerse yourself in the cultural richness of this historic town with visits to Pholkor Monastery and the iconic Kumbum Monastery, renowned for its stunning architecture and spiritual significance. Explore the intricate details of these sacred sites, steeped in centuries of Tibetan tradition and heritage.

A Gyantse to Shigatse is a relatively short journey, but it’s packed with stunning scenery. Here’s a description of the drive, highlighting some of the best views:

s you leave Gyantse, you’ll be treated to panoramic views of the Nyangchu Valley, a fertile expanse surrounded by snow-capped peaks. The drive takes you past traditional Tibetan villages, with their distinctive whitewashed houses and prayer flags fluttering in the breeze.

One of the highlights of the drive is the Yamdroktso Lake, a turquoise gem nestled amidst the mountains. The lake is considered sacred by Tibetans and offers stunning reflections of the surrounding peaks.

The road then winds its way up the Karo La Pass, which offers breathtaking views of the Himalayas. From the pass, you can see Mount Everest and Lhotse, the world’s fourth highest mountain.

The final leg of the drive takes you through the Yarlung Tsangpo Valley, the historical heart of Tibet. The valley is home to several ancient monasteries, including the Tashilhunpo Monastery, the seat of the Panchen Lama.

Shigatse, the second-largest city in Tibet, is your final destination. Here, you can explore the bustling markets, visit the Tashilhunpo Monastery, or simply relax and enjoy the stunning mountain views.

Today’s drive from Shigatse to Rongbuk promises a diverse tapestry of nature and culture. Brace yourself for breathtaking landscapes, quaint villages, and historical landmarks that paint a vivid picture of Tibetan life.

Your journey begins in Shigatse, the second-largest city in Tibet, where you can immerse yourself in the vibrant Tibetan culture before embarking on your scenic drive.

As you leave Shigatse behind, the landscape gradually transforms, revealing the vast expanse of the Yarlung Tsangpo Valley, cradled amidst towering mountains.

Along the way, you will encounter traditional Tibetan villages, where time seems to stand still. Observe the locals clad in their colorful attire, tending to their crops or simply basking in the tranquility of their surroundings.

One of the highlights of the drive is the awe-inspiring Gyantse Dzong, a magnificent fortress monastery that served as both a religious and military center for centuries. Take a moment to admire its imposing architecture and explore its labyrinthine corridors, which offer a glimpse into Tibet’s rich spiritual heritage.

As you continue your journey, the landscape becomes increasingly arid, marking your entry into the high-altitude plains that lead to Everest Base Camp. Keep an eye out for yaks grazing on the sparse vegetation and nomadic herders tending to their flocks, adding a touch of authenticity to the scenery.

Finally, you will arrive in Rongbuk, a small village nestled at the foot of Mount Everest. Here, you can prepare for your trek to Everest Base Camp, or simply relax and soak in the majesty of the world’s highest mountain.

The drive from Shigatse to Rongbuk is an unforgettable experience that showcases the captivating beauty and cultural richness of Tibet. So sit back, relax, and savor the journey as you traverse this incredible landscape.

Today marks the pinnacle of your Tibetan odyssey, a day etched in the memory forever. Gear up for an exhilarating excursion to Everest Base Camp, followed by a scenic descent to Zhangmu via Rongbuk.

Fuel your body with an energizing breakfast before embarking on the memorable hike to Everest Base Camp. As you ascend, witness the majestic tapestry of the Himalayas unfold before you. Snow-capped peaks pierce the azure sky, creating a breathtaking panorama that will leave you speechless.

Everest Base Camp, though marked by a stark, rugged landscape, becomes a stage for the awe-inspiring spectacle of Mount Everest. The sheer north face of the world’s highest mountain towers above you, creating a moment of profound wonder. Savor quality time amidst this extraordinary scenery, capturing the essence of the experience through photographs and unforgettable memories.

After basking in the grandeur of Everest Base Camp, descend back to Rongbuk. Embark on a scenic drive towards Zhangmu, taking in the diverse tapestry of Tibetan landscapes. Witness the dramatic shift from the high-altitude plains to lush valleys adorned with traditional villages.

Your journey continues through the Gawula Pass, offering breathtaking panoramas of the surrounding mountains. Keep an eye out for the stunning turquoise waters of the Pangla Tso Lake, a jewel nestled amidst the rugged terrain.

As you descend towards Zhangmu, the landscape transforms once again, revealing the verdant valleys and cascading waterfalls that mark the border between Tibet and Nepal. Finally, arrive in Zhangmu, a bustling border town, where your incredible Tibetan adventure comes to a close.

This day will undoubtedly be etched in your memory as a testament to your perseverance and a celebration of nature’s grandeur. As you depart from Zhangmu, carry with you the cherished memories of conquering Everest Base Camp and the unforgettable experiences that unfolded throughout your Tibetan journey.

Today’s journey takes you from Zhangmu, a bustling border town in Tibet, to the vibrant capital city of Nepal, Kathmandu. While the total distance is only about 132 kilometers, the drive offers a diverse and scenic experience, showcasing the beauty of both Tibet and Nepal.

Zhangmu: Your adventure begins in Zhangmu, nestled amidst the majestic Himalayas. Explore the local markets and soak in the unique atmosphere of this frontier town.

Tibetan Landscape: As you depart from Zhangmu, prepare to be captivated by the vast Tibetan Plateau. Characterized by high altitude, rugged terrain, and nomadic settlements, this landscape offers a glimpse into a different way of life. Keep an eye out for yaks grazing on the grasslands and prayer flags fluttering in the wind.

Tatopani Border: After traveling approximately 12 kilometers, you’ll arrive at the Tatopani border, where you’ll complete the necessary customs formalities to enter Nepal.

Meeting Your Guide: After crossing the border, your friendly guide will be waiting to meet you at Tatopani, Nepal.

Nepalese Countryside: As you embark on the remaining 120 kilometers towards Kathmandu, the landscape transforms into lush valleys, verdant hills, and cascading waterfalls, showcasing the beauty of the Nepalese countryside. You’ll encounter traditional villages, terraced fields, and breathtaking mountain vistas along the way.

Kathmandu: Finally, you’ll arrive in Kathmandu, a vibrant city steeped in history and culture. Explore ancient temples, bustling markets, and historical landmarks, marking the culmination of your unforgettable journey.

Kathmandu, the vibrant capital of Nepal, offers a plethora of options for your rest day. Whether you choose to unwind and recharge or embark on a self-guided exploration, the city caters to your preferences.

This day marks the final chapter of your incredible journey through Nepal. It’s time to say goodbye to the breathtaking landscapes, vibrant culture, and warm hospitality that Nepal has offered you.

Departure from Kathmandu:

Our representative will meet you at your hotel at the designated time.
Enjoy a comfortable and scenic transfer to Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu.
Allow enough time for check-in procedures and security checks.

Cost Details

  • What is Included
  • Tibet Travel Permit, entrance fees;
  • Twin share accommodation in respective hotels;
  • Tours and transfers with English speaking guide;
  • All land transport in 4-Wheel Drive jeeps;
  • Breakfast everyday.
  • What is Excluded
  • China Group Visa fees;
  • Departure Tax at Kathmandu airport;
  • Lunches & dinners; refreshments, bottled/alcoholic drinks;
  • Any tips (hotels, restaurants, guide, driver, etc.);
  • Photography charges at monasteries/palaces/sites;
  • Nepal re-entry Visa (multiple entry visas are available);
  • Extras cost for up-grading rooms at hotels if/when applicable;
  • Any cost arising from political disturbances, strikes, cancellation of flights,
  • Deviation in program, delays due to landslides/ road blockage, or otherwise;
  • Any services in Kathmandu/Nepal (hotels, transport, etc.).
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    Tibet General Information         


    Deposit of full payment should be made to reserve the arrangements as per the regulation of Tibet Tourism Bureau at least 30 days before departure. Prices are quoted in United States Dollars. All payments must be made in US Dollar.


    All amount of payment should be made by telex transfer to Himalayan Bank Limited, Tri Devi Marg, Kathmandu, Nepal, and we are to be advised of remittance by fax. Contact us for paying by Credit Card. Bank Draft and personal checks will not be accepted.


    You will be required to advise us the arrangement required of clients with details such as Full Name (exactly appears in the respective Passport), Date of Birth, Passport No, Date of issue, Date of Expiry, Sex, Nationality, Occupation and arrival/ departure flight/date information. Clients traveling to Tibet should arrive in Kathmandu at least 2 days prior to departure to Tibet to process the Tibet Visa with Chinese Embassy in Kathmandu as Chinese Embassy is open for visa application from 10 AM to 11 Am every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. If one wish to get the visa in one working day is also possible by paying surcharge of emergency visa fee. We advise to obtain double entry Nepal visa from Nepalese Embassy/Consulate abroad or obtain the same arrival at Kathmandu Airport.


    Free baggage allowance is 20 Kg per person.


    Any cancellation made up to 10 days’ prior client’s arrival in Kathmandu, 50% of total payment will be charged and if made less than 10 days before tour date, no refund will be made as per the policy of Tibet Tourism Bureau.


    No partial refunds will be given for unused rooms, meals, sightseeing trips or trekking arrangements for any reason whatsoever.


    Travelers, who sign up for Tibet trips, will be exposed to health risk because of the nature of terrain and trail in Tibet. In the event of illness, accident or delays beyond our control Himalaya Journeys Treks & Expeditions, or its agents will not be held responsible or liable for damages. Please keep in mind that you travel at your own risk.


    Those with chronic health problems should consult their doctor before making travel plans for Tibet. Most people visiting Tibet rarely suffer more than mild discomfort before getting acclimatized. Some people use DIAMOX to prevent the sickness. You will be in the higher passes for about half-an-hour. In fact, you are much less susceptible to high altitude sickness in Tibet, because you do not strain yourself. Please consult your doctor if in doubt. Drink lots of liquids.


    Money can be exchanged at Bank of China and its branches in Zhangmu, Xigatse and Lhasa. Hard currencies are exchanged for YUAN at approximately 8 YUAN to the US$ and is re-convertible at the said banks when leaving Tibet/China.


    Road between Kathmandu and Nyalam is bad and it can be disrupted during monsoon. Some parts above friendship bridge and above Zhangmu is not in condition to ply vehicles as such we have to walk about 3 hours above friendship bridge and above Zhangmu road about 2 hours. Porters are provided in these areas. During monsoon, if it rains heavily, road will be flooded with water between Xigatse and Gyantse, so we have to detour via Northern highway. We use Southern highway via Gyantse and Yamdrok Lake. It involves the crossing of a pass Karo – La which is 5010m high.


    The food is still bad at Zhangmu and Xegar. Since there are no restaurants along the way, we advise you to take few cans of sardine, dried fruits, biscuits etc. For return journey, you can buy at Lhasa. Also you can take a cup, spoon, tea and instant soup. Every guesthouse or hotel provides a big thermos full of hot water.

    Booking condition:

    – Kindly send scanned copy of your passport port (1st page only) by e-mail.

    – 25% of the cost must be sent 2 months in advance. (contact us for payment options – We accept online payment, swift/telex transfer, bank draft etc.)

    Recommended clothing and equipment list for the trip:

    Sleeping bags (down with inside extra cover), jacket (down) / polar fleece, with rain and water proofed, thermal underwear, wind / rain-proof trousers, woollen and sun hats, scarves (muffler), woollen or cotton socks, gloves, trekking boots, sun/snow glassed, towel, t-shirt/s, sunscreen/sun lotion, flash light with extra bulbs and batteries, sandals, water bottles, day pack (for your day time necessities), kit or duffel bag (to keep your personal belongings) first aid box /personal medicine walking stick.

    Please do not carry unnecessary items and / or valuables.

    Be sure you have the needy items!

    Warm clothes, water bottle, water purification tabs, sun tan lotion utility knife, dusk musk, medicine for headaches, fever, colds, stomach disorders and diamox (unless you are allergic to sulpha drugs) for altitude sickness, it is also good to carry dry fruit, juice powder, breads, candy, canned or packed food, nuts, pickles and biscuits.

    Good Health:

    Even though participants do not need to submit any health certificate those with a history of medical problems, particularly cardiac or respiratory, should consult a doctor before deciding to undertake the trip. It is rigorous and challenging trip where all the time spent at high altitudes. At least 2 months’ regular practice is recommending either 2 hours daily running, swimming, or joining on a health club may help to complete the yatra very successfully.

    Health, Fitness & Insurance

    Start your physical fitness program several weeks before starting the journey. Walking, hiking and back packing over rugged terrain are the best ways to prepare for a trek any regular regime of strenuous aerobic exercise is also beneficial as also running, swimming and cycling prior to departure.

    As some areas in Tibet, especially in the higher regions have a rarified atmosphere and could lead to breathing problems. In addition to the normal medications for traveling recommended by your doctor, you should bring something to prevent symptoms of acute mountain sickness. Altitude Mountain Sickness -is basically lack of oxygen at heights over 2500 mts. The major cause for AMS is the speed with which one makes the ascent. Even when one is acclimatized to a given height one can still get ill when climbing higher. Nausea, breathlessness, head ache and dizziness are common irritability and loss of appetite is common symptoms of AMS. Acclimatization is hampered by rapid ascent where necessary a few days of rest help. Take time to acclimatize, drink lots of water, consumption of light food with high carbohydrate content is also advisable and bring purification tablets.

    People suffering from heart, diabetes, asthma, lung and kidney, high blood pressure are known to have trekked successfully in Tibet, but before traveling to Tibet one should consult a physician and medical advice on precautions to be taken in case of problems erupting on the way.

    Tibet’s high altitude and the atmosphere allow the sun’s solar radiation to strike the earth with unusual intensity at all times of year can cause Sun burn – It is easy to get sun burn in Tibet. Sunscreen lotion (U.V.lotion) is a must to avoid sunburn good quality lotion will contain sun protection factor (SPF). To protect your eyes and skin, bring a sunhat (A wide brimmed hat), sunglasses (Preferably without a metal frame), lip balm, zinc-oxide cream to provide 100% block-out.

    In the event of an emergency, the hospitals and clinics are primarily located in the large cities. There is no emergency helicopter service in Tibet. If anybody requires evacuation, he or she will take to the nearest road head. A basic first -aid kit is provided in the support truck. However, one should carry one’s own personal medication and basic first – aid material as well.


    We suggest that clients insure themselves against a comprehensive claim policy. Which should also include Helicopter Evacuation if necessary. (Comprehensive Insurance Policy may be taken in Kathmandu. You may ask our Kathmandu representative to assist in this regard).

    Please note that our Kailash Tour Package does not include any rescue or evacuation expenses in emergenices. Any Emergency arrangement other than regular straight forward tour itinerary service should be borne by the client themselves.

    Travel Tips


    • Passport /Photographs
    • Dairy: Address, Telephone
    • numbers, Contacts.
    • Travelers Cheques, Credit Cards And Currency
    • Airline/Railway Tickets/Vouchers
    • Any Other Documents For Personal Use.


    • Personal Jewellary Must Be Kept To Minimum
    • Camera – Film Rolls As Required
    • Torch (Water Prrof And Powerful) Spare Cells
    • Video Camera – If Required
    • Pocket Cassette Recorder: With Earphones To Listen To Music, Prayers Etc, During Travel And Also To Record Daily Events As Witnessed.
    • Binoculars
    • Conventional Spectacles – Contact Lens Not Advisable
    • Palstic Mug
    • Swiss Knife (Multipurpose)
    • Leak Proof Plastics Water Bottles (For Water From Mansarovar And Gauri Kund) available in Nylam & Saga also.
    • Waist Pouch
    • Ball Pen (spare refills)
    • Maps/Charts/Books of the area.
    • Whistle
    • Thermos (Hotwater bottle)


    Light weight Rucksack/travel bag (take care to keep your baggage simpler and lighter as an emergency may arise where you might have to carry your own baggage against all odds.)

    • Pure wool and thick cotton socks
    • Long Johns (Inners – full fitting) wool or mixed combinations.
    • Down Jackets: Light, quilted (warm and well insulated)
    • Wool Pullovers – Polo Necks
    • Flannel Shirts.
    • Thick wool trousers (Thermal wear)
    • Warm light gloves. (Water Proof)
    • Snow cap (with ear covering)
    • Balaclava (wool monkey cap)
    • Scarf
    • Cap (Sun/Rain/Snow Protection)
    • Monkey Cap
    • Cotton undergarments
    • Towels
    • Hot water bottle.
    • Keds/Boots: very light, skid proof, water resistant, ankle protection & soft interior -2 pairs, break in earlier for comfortable use.
    • Light trek bag (cameras etc.)
    • Rain coat with hood
    • Personal clothing as required


    • Fever
    • Sore Eyes
    • Stomach cramps
    • Body &Joint Pains
    • Diarrhea
    • Indigestion
    • Loose Motion
    • Constipation
    • Swelling
    • sneezing
    • Muscle Pulls
    • Cold & Cough
    • Chest congestion
    • Stiffness
    • Dysentery
    • Nose blocks
    • Sore throat
    • Headache
    • Acidity
    • Vomiting


    • Vascline
    • Cotton
    • Facial Tissues

    (Wet Tissue)

    • Chapstick
    • Band Aid
    • Dettol/Listerene (antiseptic)
    • Toilet Papers
    • Bandage Roll
    • Rubber Bands
    • Cough Drops
    • Mouth Freshners
    • Dark sunglasses (B-2
    • Candle & Lighter glass)
    • Dust Cover (Surgeon’s Mask)
    • Nose Inhalers
    • Vicks
    • Body lotion/Mustard Oil (Sun Protection)
    • Small Plastic Bags
    • Cologne
    • Ear Muffs
    • Eye Masks


    Glucose based items

    • Mints
    • Toffees
    • Mini Chocolate bars
    • Multi – vitamin & Vitamin C tablets
    • Glucose
    • Electoral rucksack


    Carry extra money (in addition to the tour cost approx. INR 20000 to 25000) for personal needs.

    • Travelers Cheques & Credit Card can be used in Nepal.
    • Indian Currency (Except Rs.500 & Rs.1000 currency notes).


    Chinese currency Yuan can be Exchange in Nepal (Kodari Border) and Tibet (Zhamgmu border). The un spent Chinese currency can be re – converted on return in Tibet border.

    US $1 = 8 Yuan,

    INR 100 = NPR 160,

    INR 100 =15Yuan approx.

    NPR – Nepalese Rupees

    INR – Indian Rupee.

    • Above exchange rates are subject to change

    INR – Indian Rupee.

    • Above exchange rates are subject to change

    INR – Indian Rupee.

    • Above exchange rates are subject to change


    • Avoid Shaving

    v Any cut or bruise may not heal quickly

    • Walk slowly and firmly.
    • Guard yourself from slipping or falling to prevent fractures, sprains and muscle pulls.
    • Listen to your guide. (Very Important)
    • Never leave the group.
    • Rest/Relax, do not be excited
    • Reduce Talking, breathe slowly. (Especially during Kora)
    • Walk slowly – adopt one third of your normal speed and space
    • Keep your load light.
    • Do not exercise
    • Sleeping doses and strong anti-biotic must be avoided. (Important)
    • Avoid smoking and alcohol – drugs or intoxicants.
    • Consume plenty of liquids; never proceed with an empty stomach. (Prefer to drink hot water)
    • Be careful not to catch cold.
    • Be over clothed than under protected.
    • En – route avoid taking bath or drinking water from lakes, streams or rivers.
    • Keep your nose smooth by applying Vaseline.
    • Keep your boots/keds/feet dry – never let it get wet.
    • Wear cotton and woollen socks.
    • Face, feet, and hands must be well protected.
    • Do not combine walking and sightseeing together.
    • Inspect your track in front and trek slowly.
    • Take light Breakfast/launch and dinner.


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