8 days Mt. Everest Base Camp tour

Lhasa
⇀ Gyantse
⇀ Shigatse
⇀ Mount Everest
⇀ Shigatse
⇀ Lhasa
A deep exploration into the Himalayan mountains, enjoy the time as you make your Everest dream come true. Along the way from Lhasa to Everest enjoy the stunning natural scenery and catch the fantastic view as the sun rises over Mount Everest.
Type
Private
Duration
8 days
Theme
Natural scenery, Overland, Photography
Trip code
WT-201
Price
From ¥ 5,500 per person
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This tour begins from Lhasa-the historic capital of Tibet, the golden sunshine and blue sky is the dreams of many travelers all over the world, it is also the pilgrimage destination of all Tibetans, mingling with local pilgrims around the Barkhor street is an extra-ordinary feeling. This tour brings you not only through the historical palaces and operating monasteries, but lines of breath-taking natural sceneries, such as turquoise water Lake Yamdrok, mighty Nyenchen Kangsar glacier and great peaks of Himalayans, will surely enrich your knowledge of the high plateau and its geography, gradually come across the rich culture of western Tibet and then to world summit Mt. Everest. In a nut-shell, this tour covers rich cultures and traditions, historical sights and natural beauties of Tibet.

Day 01 :
Arrival at Lhasa[3595m]

Upon your arrival at Lhasa airport or train station, you will be greeted by your Tibetan guide, from airport to Lhasa city is 68km, around an hour drive will take you to the holy city Lhasa. Driving along the Brahmaputra river and Lhasa river, you will not only amazed by the spectacular plateau scenery but also have a chance to see flocks of black-necked crane, wild duck and many other kind of wild birds. If you take the train to Lhasa, normally you will arrive in the late afternoon or evening, 20 minutes drive will take you to your hotel in Lhasa city. Check into hotel, have a good rest to acclimatize the high altitude. Overnight at Lhasa.

Day 02 :
Lhasa City sightseeing, visit Potola Palace & Jokhang Temple (B) - Walking tour is arranged today.

Today is your first day of sightseeing on the high plateau, so we have purposely arranged only to visit Jokhang temple and Potala Palace. Jokhang temple is the most scared shrine in Tibet which was built in 7th century and located at the heart of old town in Lhasa, the circuit around it called Barkhor street, which is a good place to purchase souvenirs. Potala Palace is the worldwide known cardinal landmark of Tibet. The massive structure itself contains a small world within it. Mostly it is renowned as residence of the Dalai Lama lineages (Avalokiteshvara). Both of them are the focal points of pilgrims from entire Tibetan world, multitudinous pilgrims are circumambulating and prostrating in their strong faith. Overnight at Lhasa.

Day 03 :
Lhasa City sightseeing, visit Drepung Monastery, Sera Monastery & Norbulingka Summer Palace (B)

Today you will be arranged to visit Drepung, Sera monasteries and Summer Palace - Norbulingka palace. Both Drepung and Sera monasteries are Gelugpa (yellow hat) sect monastic colleges. Drepung monastery was the seat of the Government prior to Potala, it was once the world largest monastery in the history with 10,000 monks hailed from different monasteries all over Tibet. Sera monastery is famous for its Buddhism philosophical debate practice, the clapping sound and aggressive expression of the monks are well worth to see. Norbulingka is the summer palace of Dalai Lama, you can visit the residences of different lineages of the Dalai Lama. The park is crowded with picnickers and traditional activities during the Shoton (Yogurt festival) in August. Overnight at Lhasa.

Day 04 :
Lhasa / Yamdrok Lake[4441m] / Gyantse[3980m] / Shigatse[3840m], 360KM, 7hrs (B)

Morning drive up to Kampala pass [4794m], you will have a glimpse of Yamdrok-tso and spectacular views of Holy Mount Nyenchen Khangsar in the distance, the turquoise coloured Lake Yamdrok Yutso is one of the three holy lakes in Tibet, the unforgettable vista of pincer-shaped turquoise water of the lake and amazing spectacle of Mt. Nyenchen Khangsar glacier from Karo la pass are the wonders of the day. Then along the Friendship southern Hwy drive to Gyantse, visit the famous stupa - Gyantse Kumbum, one of the most stunning architectural wonders in Tibet. Late afternoon drive to Shigatse. Overnight at Shigatse.

Day 05 :
Shigatse / Lhatse / Shegar / Rongbuk Monastery [4900m] / E.B.C [5150m], 340KM, 7 Hour Drive

Early morning start driving to Rongphu via Lhatse and Shegar, cross over Gyatsola [5200 m] & Gawu la pass [5250 m], from the top of the Gawu la you will see the spectacular Himalayan Ranges and its glorious  peaks viz Mt. Makalu [8,463 m], Mt.Lotse [8,516 m], Mt.Everest [8,844 m], Mt.Cho Oyu [8,201 m] and Mt.Shishapama [8,020 m] from Left to right, climbing down through numbers of switchback bends lead to the dry valley of Tashi Zom and then to today's destination - Everest Base Camp. Rongbuk is the highest monastery in Tibet and consist both monks and nuns, it is still a good point to see Mt.Everest. Overnight at local tent guesthouse or Rongbuk Monastery guest house, (dorm bed).

Day 06 :
Rongbuk / Shegar / Shigatse[3840m], 340KM, 6-7hrs drive

Morning enjoy the sunrise over Mount Everest and have the full view of this magnificent Mount Everest. Due to current changed policy, Rongbuk is the highest & last point that regular tourists could reach in order to get nice full view of Mount Everest. After have a relaxing breakfast, start heading back to Shigatse. Overnight at Shigatse.

Day 07 :
Shigatse / Lhasa[3595m], 300KM, 6hour drive(B)

Morning visit Tashilhunpo Monastery in Shigatse, one of the main Gelupa monasteries in Tibet, it is the seat to the Panchen Lama, the second most important spiritual leader of Tibet. Spend hours to explore this massive monastery's chapels and its ancient artifacts. If you like hiking, then the kora around Tashilhunpo monastery should not be missed, as it provides the amazing views of Shigatse and the surrounding countryside. Afternoon drive back to Lhasa along the northern friendship way, marvelous landscapes and sceneries along the Brahmaputra River will accompany you all the way back to Lhasa. Overnight at Lhasa.

Day 08 :
Lhasa train station / airport dropping off (B)

Morning dropping off at Lhasa airport or train station, end the tour.

Period
2 Persons
3 Persons
4-6 Persons
Nov. to Mar.
Regular price
Sale price
¥ 8,400
¥ 8,400
¥ 6,500
¥ 6,500
¥ 5,500
¥ 5,500
Apr. to Jun. and late Oct.
Regular price
Sale price
¥ 9,200
¥ 9,200
¥ 7,200
¥ 7,200
¥ 6,100
¥ 6,100
Jul. to mid Oct.
Regular price
Sale price
¥ 10,000
¥ 10,000
¥ 7,900
¥ 7,900
¥ 6,700
¥ 6,700

Tour notes:

All of our tours can be customized to suite your requirements, interests and budget. It is our specialty! Please feel free to contact us.
The tour price is based on 3 star standard hotels. At your request we can provide pricing for different levels of service such as budget hostel, luxury 4 star standard hotels or deluxe 5 star standard hotels.
Please note prices are based in CNY.

General inclusions:

All required Tibet permits and domestic travel documents.
Where possible 3 star hotels will always be provided, if the city or town does not have then the local guest house or monastery guest house will be provided (i.e. tent / dormitory bed, no private bathroom etc.)
All entrance tickets as noted in the tour's itinerary.
Local Tibetan guide fluent in English, Chinese or Japanese that is certified by the state tourism build. (If your native language is not listed please let us know, we are certain we can assist your needs.)
Airport and/or train station pick-up and drop-off.
Comfortable and clean 7/8 seats minivan for groups of 5 persons or less; for larger groups minibus and tourist coach are available.
Vehicle and guide's entrance tickets to Everest Natural Reserve Region.

General exclusions:

Personal expenses such as laundry, drinks, internet access, fax, telephone calls etc.
Tips for your guide and driver.
Meals that are not specified in the tour itinerary.
Optional Attractions that are not specified in the itinerary.
Sightseeing bus ticket at Everest Base Camp (E.B.C.) - 25 RMB per person. If you prefer you can hike up.
Flight tickets or train tickets in and out of Lhasa (Please note: We can offer you train and/or plane tickets in and out Lhasa from all cities within China. Please check the latest price with us via email.)

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Comments

Stuart James Bovaird
Stuart James Bovaird
Mon, 07/16/2018

Passengers - 2 British citizens
We plan to fly UK-Chengdu arriving around 6 September 2018 and depart for UK around 3 weeks later.
We want to visit Tibet during that time and would like a quote for the 8 day EBC tour. We would like to spend some time in and around Chengdu so think leaving for Tibet around 8 or 10 September. We want to fly up and back so would appreciate including this.

How long does the Tibet permit process take from start to finish? Is there enough time to get the China visa from the London embassy and the Tibet permit from yourselves?

Can the tour start date be flexible?

I understand the included hotels are generally 3 star, are 4 and 5 star hotels only available in Lhasa?

Would appreciate a quote based on the above.
Kind regards
Stuart Bovaird

Replied by
Victoria Zhu
Victoria Zhu
Mon, 07/16/2018

In reply to by Stuart James Bovaird (not verified)

Dear Stuart Bovaird,

Thanks a lot for your inquiry! This is Victoria, one of the travel advisers from WindhorseTour, responding to you. I am more than happy to help you with your Tibet tour planning.

Generally speaking, we need to summit your Tibet permit application in at least 2 weeks in advance by submitting your valid passport and China visa data pages.

Furthermore, we definitely can arrange round-way flight tickets between Chengdu and Lhasa to you.

Lastly, since this is a private non-shopping tour only for 2 of you, so the tour starting date is quite flexible, it can be adjusted based on your own schedule.

For more details, I have shared to your email, please kindly go through the details and share me your thoughts, with your replies, we can adjust the proposal to meet your needs best.

Hope the information above is in order and look forward to hearing from you soon.

Best regards,
Victoria

Cris
Cris
Wed, 01/10/2018

Hello
I would like to know if the food is included in the price. What do you do at lunch and dinner's time? Are there restaurants or something like that to eat near? How much is it aproximately to get an idea?
Thank you

Kind regards
Cristina

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Yuki Yi
Wed, 01/10/2018

In reply to by Cris (not verified)

Hi Cristina,
Thanks for contacting us!
Normally the daily meals are not included in the tour cost, you can easily decide what to eat and how much to spend and discover the local specialty & authentic food with the guide. The cost is about 40-80 CNY or 5-11 EUR per meal per person.
I've just sent the email contains the details for you reference, please have a look and feel free to share the comments and thoughts you may have.
Hope to hear from you soon.
Kind regards,
Yuki

massimiliano
massimiliano
Tue, 02/07/2017

Hi, i do not understand which is the difference between the trip FDT-04 and trip WT-201 . They seem similar/identical. Maybe there is something that differs in these two tours ?
We are two Italian tourists and we will arrive at Lhasa airport with a filght from Xian next mid August 2017.
Is it necessary a special permit to enter in Tibet (Lhasa) ? OR you will provide us all the necessary documents, permits to enter in Tibet ?
If we buy one of your tour we do NOT have to make/ask any type of permits for the entry in Tibet ?

Best regards

Replied by
Alice Xiang
Alice Xiang
Tue, 02/07/2017

In reply to by massimiliano (not verified)

Hi Massimiliano,

Thanks very much for your inquiry.

The difference is that the first one is a group tour, while the second one is a private tour.

I have sent you an e-mail with detailed explanation, as well as the Tibet Permit application. Please kindly check it and tell me your comment.

I look forward to your reply!

Best regards

Alice

Brandon How
Brandon How
Fri, 01/20/2017

Hi,

I am interested in the Mt. Everest Base Camp Tour - 8 Days but i am single traveler. can i join the group tour?
my date will be 7 oct 2017.

Thanks!

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Anita Fan
Fri, 01/20/2017

In reply to by Brandon How (not verified)

Hello Brandon,

Thanks for your inquiry. This is Anita from WindhorseTour.

You are welcome to join in our 8 Days Group Tour to Mt. Everest Base Camp. I just sent you an email with detailed itinerary with quotation. Please kindly go through it and let me know if you have any questions on it.
Look forward to hearing from you soon.
Best Regards,
Anita

Meg
Meg
Tue, 11/29/2016

Hello,

I am interested in possibly doing this tour in April. I'm wondering about how quickly the altitude changes with the 8 day trip. Is it possible to leave the base camp the day we arrive and go down in elevation overnight to avoid altitude sickness? And maybe go up again in the early morning? thank you!

Benjamin
Benjamin
Sun, 09/18/2016

Hi guys

I am doing an exchange semester in Shanghai from now till mid january. A dream would come true if I had once the chance to see Mount Everest with my own eyes. But I am not sure how the season is in november/december and if it might be a problem that I am only a solo traveler right now.

Maybe you could send me further info about the 'winter' months, if it is possible or makes sense and it there is a chance to join some other groups somehow. Thanks!

Replied by
MurphyF
Murphy Feng
Mon, 09/19/2016

In reply to by Benjamin (not verified)

Hi Benjamin,

Thanks for contacting us. We would love to help you arrange this once in a life time trip, I just sent you an email with some details and the tour proposal. Please check it and let me know your comments on it. 

Look forward to hearing from you soon.

Best Regards,

Murphy

Bill Kir
Bill Kir
Tue, 08/16/2016

Hi, I am looking for a trip that will include a stay in Tibet, Nepal and a hike to the Everest Base Camp. I am retired so the amount of days don't matter while at the same time I have to be reasonable. I can do 20 days or alittle more depending on what the price would be. With my stay, I would like to do 4 or 5 days in Tibet (or what is necessary), some time in Kathmandu and a reasonable time to do the Everest Base Camp hike. I see trips for 8 or 9 days which would not be reasonable for what I want to do. Again, doing all I want to do should take around 20 or 21 days. What do you think and are there trips for what I want to do ? Lastly, I am 61 years old and in good shape. I work out 7 days a week so the hiking should be no problem for me. However, at the same time, I can't wait long and need to do a trip like this soon because of my age. Thanks and look forward to hearing from you, Bill

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Mags131
Mags131
Mon, 10/29/2018

In reply to by Bill Kir (not verified)

Hello, we are in same situation as you. How was your trip. We wish to do the same as you. My husband is around your age did you hike the two hours to EBC or was there a ride option? Any advise appreciated. Thank you.

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Anita Fan
Wed, 08/17/2016

In reply to by Bill Kir (not verified)

Hi Bill,

Thanks for your inquiry. This is Anita from WindhorseTour.

Before further discussion, could you kindly advise when or which month you would like to get your trip started? I will very appreciate if you can share this information with me, so that I can suggest you a more suitable proposal for you.

Look forward to hearing from you soon.

Best Regards,
Anita

Noemie
Noemie
Wed, 04/06/2016

Hey, I'm Noemie from Malaysia, who studying in Beijing~ Planning for a 2-persons trip to Tibet around end of May or during June 2016, 8 to 14 days~we would like to go Everest Base Camp~As I know, we have to find a travel agency before entering Tibet, so, is there any route suggestion and the price as well from you? Thanks!

Replied by
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Anita Fan
Fri, 04/08/2016

In reply to by Noemie (not verified)

Hi Noemie,

Thank you for your inquiry. This is Anita from WindhorseTour.

I just sent you an detailed itinerary with quotation. Please kindly go through it and kindly let me know if you have any comments or thoughts.

Best Regards,
Anita

Jessica Maria
Jessica Maria
Tue, 10/13/2015

Hey, I am interested in your Mt. Everest 8 Days tour and I would like to go there from Hangzhou or alternatively from Shanghai by plane or train at the end of October or during November. How much would the trip cost if I choose the lowest accommodation category?
Thanks for your help and I am looking forward to hearing from you,
Jessica

Replied by
Lycoris Yang
Lycoris Yang
Tue, 10/13/2015

In reply to by Jessica Maria (not verified)

Hello Jessica ,
Wonderful to hear from you! Sure, we can arrange a Tibet tour as you required. Regarding that you are traveling alone, I highly suggest you to join one of our group tours to save some cost. And since it needs 2 weeks to apply your Tibet permit and it's already mid October now, so you can only visit Tibet in November. I have sent you an email with the details, please check it.
Looking forward to your thoughts soon!
Best regards,
Lycoris

Shannon Lim
Shannon Lim
Wed, 04/15/2015

Hi Helen,

My friend who has engaged your company twice, has introduced you to us. We planned to go Tibet from Chengdu in this coming September (Sep 5-20, 2015). We have a group of 6 people (4 ladies and 2 guys). We would like to visit Lhasa, Yamdrok lake, EBC, and also Namtso lake. We preferred basic and budgeted package.

1. How many days would you recommend us for the trip?
2. How much would you quote us for the tour package for 6pax?
3. Is September a good time to visit EBC?
4. Can you please send us also the itinerary?

Looking forward to your reply. :)

Thanks,
Shannon (Malaysia)

Replied by
Lycoris Yang
Lycoris Yang
Thu, 04/16/2015

In reply to by Shannon Lim (not verified)

Hello Shannon,
Wonderful to hear from you! This is Lycoris, one of Helen's colleagues, replying you.
Yes, we can certainly arrange a Tibet tour as you required. And September is a good season to visit E.B.C., you will have an unforgettable experience at Mount Everest. I have sent you an email with the details, please check it.
Looking forward to hearing from your thoughts soon!
Cheers,
Lycoris

jose luis
jose luis
Fri, 12/13/2013

I am living in Madrid (Spain), I want to prepare a trip to Notrh of India, Nepal and Tibel.
Could you indicate me and itinerary or do you only involved in trips inside Tibet.
My idea is to stay 20 or 22 days in total. Perhaps, 8 days in India, 5 days in Nepal and rest in Tibet.

I could fly to Delhi or Kammandu followuing your intructions.
Please, make me any sugestion,
Best regards,

Replied by
MurphyF
Murphy Feng
Fri, 12/13/2013

In reply to by jose luis (not verified)

Hi Jose,

Thanks for sharing your travel plan with us! I'm very glad to help you organize your trip in Nepal and Tibet, but for next step we need to know a bit more information about your plan. So I just sent you an email with some detailed questions, hope you could answer it and I will send you the tour proposals accordingly.

Looking forward to hearing from you again!

Cheers,

Murphy 

Franklin Dume
Franklin Dume
Sat, 11/23/2013

I'm interested in your (Mt. Everest Base Camp Tour - 8 Days) tour. I wanted to fly in from Beijing and take the train back to Beijing at the end of the tour. I would like to do this in April 2014. How much would it cost for the flight in and to take the train back to Beijing?

Replied by
MurphyF
Murphy Feng
Mon, 11/25/2013

In reply to by Franklin Dume (not verified)

Hi Frankilin,

Thanks for contacting us! Your plan sounds great, and April is a good season for traveling in Tibet to avoid the crowds. I've sent you an email with the detailed tickets rate & schedule of the flight / train between Beijing and Lhasa, also with some comments about this tour. Please check it and I'm looking forward to hearing from you again!

Cheers,

Murphy

Patrick
Patrick
Sat, 09/21/2013

Hi,

I fly into Beijing on Oct 23 and fly out of Beijing on Nov 4th. I am interested in joining the Everest tour in between that time. Can someone email me with information? (what is needed, price, etc).

Thanks,
Patrick

Mazlan Bidin
Mazlan Bidin
Tue, 07/16/2013

Hi,

I am solo traveller from Malaysia intrested to join group tour.
Do your organize group tour and minimun day to complete the tour.

Please feedback.

Best regards
Mazlan Bidin

Replied by
MurphyF
Murphy Feng
Tue, 07/16/2013

In reply to by Mazlan Bidin

Hi Mazlan,

Thank you for contacting us! 

Yes, we do have group tours available to help solo travellers like you to lower the cost. I just sent you an email with some suggestions for your reference. In the meantime, we need to know when you plan to start this trip. 

Please feel free to share your thoughts with me and I'm looking forward to hearing from you again!

Kind Regards,

Murphy

Dilina
Dilina
Mon, 04/08/2013

Hi
i`m from sri lanka ... interest to travel in Tibet with a minimum number of crew of three. Most probably it will be on september of this year ... would like to know the approcimate cost for the entire trip including the air tickets accommodation and etc .

waiting for a quick response

Replied by
MurphyF
Murphy Feng
Tue, 04/09/2013

In reply to by Dilina (not verified)

Hi Dilina,

Thank you for your comment! We'd love to help you and your friends organize this trip.

According to your requirements, I've worked out the detailed itinerary and quotation for your reference. Please check your email and let me know how do you think about it. 

I'm looking forward to hearing from you! 

Kind Regards,

Murphy

Yixiu
Yixiu
Sun, 02/10/2013

Hi!

I understand there's some restrictions and difficulty in travelling alone to Tibet currently. Is there anything you can advise? I am looking to depart from Singapore on 6 June 2013 and looking to stay for 11 to 12 days with a tour.

Hope you can advise!

Thanks!

Jenjit
Jenjit
Fri, 02/08/2013

Hi sir,
I just wondering about the tour that you may arrange for us the group of 5 persons to EBC. We planed to go tibet end of sep. or mid of OCt. I just wondering that you can help us.
1. Please check the trian ticket price from Lhasa to xinning(after we do the tour)
2.flingt form Khunming to Lhasa or Chuengdu to Lhasa and cost.
3. the price for this tour the group of 5 ladies.
4.which month is better between Sep and Oct to visit EBC.
I hope to hear from you,

Replied by
Helen Wang
Helen Wang
Wed, 02/13/2013

In reply to by Jenjit (not verified)

Hi Jenjit, thanks for your inquiry! I just sent you one email regarding your questions for this 8 day tour. Please feel free to get back to me when you have any questions on it. Helen

Siti
Siti
Mon, 12/24/2012

I want a local tour guide who speaks fluent English and warm-hearted. The airport, which can continue to use the Train to Llasa? Chengyu whether or Guangzou?

Replied by
MurphyF
Murphy Feng
Tue, 12/25/2012

In reply to by Siti (not verified)

Hi Siti,

 

Thank you for your comments. We're glad to help you planning this trip and share some advice with you!

 

Regarding the flight to Tibet, you can fly to Lhasa airport directly from Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu, Chongqing, Kunming and Guangzhou. If you prefer to take the train, then there are trains available from Beijing, Shanghai, Xining, Lanzhou, Chengdu, Chongqing and Guangzhou.

 

All of tour guides we provide will be local Tibetan and fluent in English.  

 

Please feel free to send us your inquiry by email (sales@windhorsetour.com) or leave your email address here, we will reply with more details in 24 hours.

 

I'm looking forward to hearing from you!

 

Kind Regards,

 

Murphy 

Siti
Siti
Mon, 12/24/2012

Hi, I am from Malaysia and interested in traveling to Tibet requires a private tour to Tibet Everest Base Camp for 6 days. Can you suggest a trip for 9 people and from the airport which is closest to Llasa.
I wanted an adventure that charms and cheap for the Muslims.
Date proposal is 6 to 11 June 2013 to 9 people.

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