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The classic Lhasa to Everest Base Camp (EBC) Tour is an awe-inspiring journey that starts from the vibrant religious city of Lhasa and culminates at the base of the world’s highest peak, Mount Everest. This road trip encompasses a diverse landscape, taking you through bustling cityscapes, ancient monasteries, pristine lakes, high mountain passes, and valleys, ultimately leading to the North Everest Base Camp. The pinnacle of this overland adventure is the breathtaking view of the majestic Mount Everest, making it a truly remarkable and unforgettable experience.

Beginning and concluding in Lhasa, the heart of Tibetan Buddhism, this overland tour covers three historically significant cities in Tibet: Lhasa, Gyantse, and Shigatse. The journey from the lively city of Lhasa to the towering Everest Base Camp spans eight days, promising an epic adventure that will captivate every traveler.

The journey kicks off with visits to iconic sites like the Potala Palace, the winter residence of the Dalai Lama, and the Jokhang Temple, founded in the 7th century. Exploring the Barkhor street market provides a deep insight into Tibetan history, culture, and the enchanting highland plateau views. Despite modernization, the traditional way of life and cultural practices still thrive in this city.

The itinerary also includes a visit to the Drepung Monastery at the base of Mt. Gephel, a significant educational institution in Tibetan Buddhism. Additionally, a trip to the Sera Monastery in the north of Lhasa offers the unique opportunity to witness live debates among monks, a crucial aspect of their learning process.

The journey continues with a drive to Shigatse, the second-largest town in Tibet. Along the Friendship Highway, travelers are treated to breathtaking views of the sacred Yamdrok Lake. Gyantse offers a chance to explore the Pelkor Chode (Palcho) Monastery and the remarkable Gyantse Kumbum. In Shigatse, Tashi Lhunpo Monastery, known as the seat of the Panchen Lama, showcases the dramatic statue of Maitreya Buddha.

After exploring these historical cities, the journey leads to the Rongbuk Monastery, situated at a staggering altitude. Along the way, travelers are treated to awe-inspiring vistas from high passes like Gyatso La and Geu La, including views of Mount Everest and other magnificent peaks.

Rongbuk Monastery, the highest Tibetan Buddhist monastery in the world, is often referred to as the gateway to Mount Everest or Chomolungma in Tibetan. It offers an ideal vantage point for witnessing spectacular sunrises and sunsets with Mount Everest in the backdrop. The monastery is adorned with beautiful round chortens and captivating statues of Shakyamuni Buddha and Guru Padmasambhava (Guru Rinpoche), along with ancient mural paintings depicting Tibetan religious and cultural heritage.

The following day, an early morning journey takes travelers to the Everest Base Camp, offering unrivaled views of nature’s grandeur and the towering mountains.

Subsequently, the return journey takes travelers back to Shigatse, following the same scenic route along the Friendship Highway and passing through the picturesque Yalong Valley. The tour concludes in Lhasa, providing a final opportunity to soak in the scenic beauty of the Tibetan plateau before departing for onward destinations. This 8-day adventure is a comprehensive exploration of Tibet’s rich cultural heritage and its awe-inspiring natural wonders.


Trip Highlights:

– Embark on an extensive excursion to Tibet’s most renowned and sacred sites in a single comprehensive journey.
– Experience a scenic drive along the classic route connecting Tibet’s capital, Lhasa, to the North Face Everest Base Camp.
– Explore the ancient religious edifice, Potala Palace, a monumental symbol of Tibetan spirituality.
– Undertake a devotional circuit tour around the revered Jokhang Temple, an epicenter of Tibetan Buddhism.
– Wander through Barkhor Street, gaining an intimate understanding of Tibetan culture and its vibrant essence.
– Discover the grandeur of Drepung Monastery, one of the largest and spiritually significant monasteries of the Gelug sect in Tibet.
– Witness the captivating debates on Buddhist scriptures at the Sera Monastery, an integral part of monastic education.
– Marvel at the breathtaking panorama of the turquoise Yamdrok Lake set against the majestic backdrop of the sacred Noijin Kangsang mountain.
– Encounter the awe-inspiring Karola Glacier during the picturesque roadside journey to Gyantse.
– Traverse through enthralling high mountain passes, including the Gyatso La Pass (5,248m), Kamba La Pass (4,790m), and Simila Pass (4,200m).
– Visit Pelkor Chode Monastery, a historical and revered religious sanctuary in Gyantse, Tibet.
– Explore the magnificent Gyantse Kumbum, an extraordinary stupa that stands as a testament to Tibetan artistic prowess.
– Delight in the distant view of Gyantse Fortress, one of Tibet’s exceptionally preserved dzongs.
– Embark on a journey to Tashi Lhunpo Monastery, the official residence of the esteemed Panchen Lamas.
– Behold the colossal gilded statue of Maitreya Buddha, an awe-inspiring centerpiece of Tashi Lhunpo Monastery.
– Revel in the natural splendor of Tibet’s towering peaks, including Mt. Everest, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Cho Oyu, and Mt. Shishapangma, all visible from the Gawu La (Geu La) Pass.
– Travel to Rongbuk Monastery, the world’s highest religious sanctuary, nestled against the backdrop of the Rongbuk Glacier, one of the largest glaciers surrounding Mt. Everest.
– Bask in the glory of sunrise and sunset views over the majestic Everest from the North Everest Base Camp.
– Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of Tibetan Buddhist art, culture, and traditions.
– Experience the warm hospitality of the Tibetan people and absorb the unique essence of their exotic way of life.


Brief Itinerary:

  • Day 1: Arrival in Lhasa, Tibet (3,650m/11,980ft) – Transfer to Hotel and tour Preparation
  • Day 2: Lhasa Tour – Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Barkhor Street
  • Day 3: Lhasa Tour – Drepung Monastery and Sera Monastery
  • Day 4: Lhasa – Shigatse (3,800m/12,470ft) via Gyantse (4,000m/13,120ft) – 360 kilometers drive
  • Day 5: Shigatse to Rongbuk Monastery (5,000m/16,400ft) – 365 kilometers drive
  • Day 6: Explore Everest Base Camp (5,200m/17,060ft) and Get Back to Shigatse (3,800m/12,470ft) – 365 kilometers drive
  • Day 7: Shigatse to Lhasa (3,650m/11,980ft) – 350 kilometers drive
  • Day 8: Departure from Lhasa, Tibet

Day 1Arrival in Lhasa, Tibet (3,650m/11,980ft) - Transfer to Hotel and tour Preparation

Upon your arrival at Lhasa airport, you’ll be warmly welcomed to the awe-inspiring Land of Gods. After reaching your centrally located hotel, take your time to settle in. Since it’s your first day in Lhasa, it’s advisable to relax and allow your body to acclimate to the high altitude of the Tibetan plateau. You might want to take a leisurely stroll around the vicinity to get acquainted with the surroundings. Remember to stay well-hydrated, and take things at a gentle pace, as your body adjusts to the altitude of Lhasa.

Enjoy your overnight stay in Lhasa.

Day 2Lhasa Tour- Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Barkhor Street

Get an early start for a full day of sightseeing in Lhasa! Your first stop is the magnificent Potala Palace, one of the highest ancient palaces in the world. Perched on the Red Hill of Central Lhasa, this palace is an absolute must-visit in the city. Originally constructed in the 7th century by the 33rd king, Songtsen Gampo, it now stands as a renowned museum and UNESCO World Heritage Site. The palace complex includes the Red Palace and the White Palace, housing an array of precious artifacts such as ancient Buddhist murals, stupas, statues, thangkas, and rare sutras.

Next, you’ll head towards the heart of old Lhasa to visit the sacred Jokhang Temple. It holds immense significance for Tibetans and is often filled with devout local pilgrims. Notably, the temple’s roof is adorned with gilded bronze tiles, adding to its grandeur. Just outside the temple lies Barkhor Street, a bustling hub for both spiritual and commercial activities among Tibetans.

Rest well for the night in Lhasa.

Day 3Lhasa Tour- Drepung Monastery and Sera Monastery

Today’s leg of your Lhasa Cultural Tour encompasses the exploration of two significant monastic sites, Drepung and Sera Monastery, both steeped in the rich heritage of Tibetan Buddhism.

First on the agenda is Drepung Monastery, one of the largest and most important monasteries of the Gelugpa sect. Its unique architectural features are bound to captivate your attention. During your visit, you’ll explore the main assembly hall, Ganden Place, and several nearby chapels. The historic Ganden Palace once served as the residence for early Dalai Lamas. From the terrace of the main assembly hall, you’ll be treated to a spectacular panoramic view of the entire city of Lhasa and the majestic Potala Palace.

Later in the day, you’ll embark on an excursion to Sera Monastery, a true gem among Tibetan monastic establishments. With its cobbled alleyways, temples, and colleges, the monastery exudes an aura of ancient wisdom. The highlight here is witnessing the lively debates among the monks in the courtyard behind the main temple. This engaging spectacle involves clapping, turning, whooping, and the rhythmic swinging of prayer beads. Beyond the debates, the monastery is home to invaluable Buddhist relics, mesmerizing murals, intricate rock paintings, meticulously crafted sand mandalas, and a collection of revered statues.

Rest well for the night in Lhasa, continuing your cultural immersion in this ancient city.

Day 4Lhasa- Shigatse (3,800m/12,470ft) via Gyantse (4,000m/13,120ft) - 360 kilometers drive

Today brings an exhilarating road journey to Shigatse via the charming town of Gyantse. This route promises not only scenic vistas but also an opportunity to immerse yourself in the raw natural beauty of Tibet.

Heading west from Lhasa, you’ll be greeted by vast golden fields along the banks of the Lhasa River. The journey becomes even more enchanting as the road winds through the breathtaking Kamba La mountain pass. Along the way, prepare to be captivated by the awe-inspiring views of the sacred Yamdrok Lake (4,400m/14,435ft) and the towering Nojin Kangsang peak (7,191m/23,590ft). Continuing your drive, you’ll also be treated to the sight of the glistening white Karola Glacier and the serene Manak Dam Lake.

As you approach Gyantse, you’ll ascend the Simila Pass at an elevation of 4,200m/13,780ft above sea level. This pass is a true visual delight, adorned with countless colorful prayer flags fluttering in the mountain breeze. Take a moment to capture the serenity of this high-altitude pass before continuing your journey to Gyantse, the third-largest city in Tibet. Here, you’ll have the opportunity to explore the renowned Pelkor Chode Monastery and the impressive Gyantse Kumbum. Additionally, enjoy a distant view of Gyantse Dzong, a historic fort perched high above the town on a massive grey-brown rock.

Afterwards, your drive will lead you to Shigatse, your final destination for the day. Nestled at the confluence of the Brahmaputra and Nyang rivers, Shigatse is the second largest town in Tibet. Surrounded by snow-capped mountains, the valley boasts a flat terrain, making it a picturesque stopover on the way to the Everest region.

Rest and rejuvenate for the night in Shigatse, as your Tibetan adventure continues.

Day 5Shigatse to Rongbuk Monastery (5,000m/16,400ft) - 365 kilometers drive

Begin your day with a visit to the revered Tashi Lhunpo Monastery in Shigatse. As one of the primary Gelugpa monasteries in Tibet and the seat of the Panchen Lama, it holds great spiritual significance. Explore its sprawling complex of chapels and marvel at its ancient artifacts. You’ll also have the opportunity to complete a Kora around the monastery, soaking in the breathtaking vistas of Shigatse valley.

Next, you’ll acquire the necessary Alien’s travel permit and set out towards Rongbuk Monastery, a significant milestone on your journey towards Everest Base Camp. The initial sighting of Mt. Everest awaits you at the Gyatso La Pass, standing at a formidable altitude of 5,250m (17,225ft) above sea level. This pass not only provides a breathtaking view but also marks your entry into the Everest National Park.

Continuing your journey, you’ll traverse through the exhilarating Gawu La (Geu La) Pass at 5,200m (17,060ft). This pass offers an awe-inspiring panorama of five towering peaks—Mt. Everest, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Cho Oyu, and Mt. Shishapangma—all soaring above 8,000 meters. It’s also one of the prime locations for an unrivaled view of Mt. Everest’s north face.

Your remarkable journey concludes at the ancient Rongbuk Monastery, one of the highest monasteries globally. While its elevation is slightly lower than Everest Base Camp, it offers an unparalleled backdrop of the highest peak in the Himalayas from a vantage point. Known as the gateway to Mt. Everest, this monastery provides an extraordinary setting for you to immerse yourself in its rich history and absorb the surrounding beauty.

Take your time to explore the monastery and relish the picturesque views. It’s advisable to move at a leisurely pace, as you may experience slight dizziness or nausea at this high-altitude point. Keep hydrated and take in the breathtaking scenery around you. This stopover at Rongbuk Monastery will help you acclimatize and mitigate the effects of altitude sickness when you later reach Everest Base Camp (EBC).

Rest for the night at Rongbuk Monastery, where you’ll be surrounded by the majesty of the Himalayas.

Day 6 Explore Everest Base Camp (5,200m/17,060ft) and Get Back to Shigatse (3,800m/12,470ft) - 365 kilometers drive

Today marks a pinnacle in your Lhasa to Everest Base Camp Tour, as you stand on the threshold of the world’s highest peak at the north side of Everest Base Camp (EBC). Rise with the sun and make your way to EBC, situated at the base of Mt. Everest. Here, the awe-inspiring sight of the north face of the world’s highest mountain will leave you speechless. Take in the grandeur and majesty of Mt. Everest, surrounded by a sea of prayer flags fluttering in the wind. Capture this extraordinary moment with your camera, as it’s a sight you’ll want to remember forever.

After soaking in the magnificence of Everest, it’s time to begin your journey back to Shigatse via the Friendship Highway. Once you arrive in Shigatse, settle into your hotel and take some well-deserved rest.

Overnight stay in Shigatse, where you can reflect on the remarkable experiences of the day.

Day 7Shigatse to Lhasa (3,650m/11,980ft) - 350 kilometers drive

After a hearty breakfast, take some additional time to soak in the splendor of Tashi Lhunpo Monastery. Later in the day, begin your journey back to Lhasa, following the picturesque route through the Yalung Valley. As you approach Lhasa, you’ll have the opportunity to spend the rest of the day at your own pace. This could include leisurely strolls around Barkhor Square or a final visit to the iconic Potala Palace.

Lhasa boasts a rich culinary scene, particularly renowned for its delectable Tibetan cuisine. Take a leisurely walk through the vibrant streets of Lhasa, where you’ll find an array of local restaurants, charming cafes, and more.

Enjoy your last overnight stay in Lhasa, cherishing the memories you’ve created on this incredible journey.

Day 8 Departure from Lhasa, Tibet

Today marks the culmination of your extraordinary 8-day journey from Lhasa to Everest Base Camp. With cherished memories and a deeper understanding of this mystical land, it’s time to bid Lhasa farewell. Head to Lhasa airport for your onward journey, or consider extending your adventure to other captivating destinations like Tibet, Nepal, Bhutan, or India. Our diverse range of travel packages includes cultural and city tours, helicopter tours, sightseeing excursions, day hikes, festival experiences, and more, allowing you to continue your exploration of this enchanting region. Safe travels!


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