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Private 8-Day Tibet Tour from Lhasa Including Everest Base Camp

Highlights
  • 8-day private tour of Tibet from Lhasa
  • Tour Lhasa’s top sights including Potala Palace, Barkhor Street and Jokhang Temple
  • Visit Sera Monastery, the revered Drepung Monastery and nearby Tibetan villages
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Private 8-Day Tibet Tour from Lhasa Including Everest Base Camp
From USD 810.00
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Double room occupancy; if an odd number of people book double rooms, one person will stay in a single room and the extra single room charge will be included in the overall tour price
USD 810.00
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Single room occupancy
USD 1,915.00
Overview
Journey from the Tibetan capital of Lhasa to the foot of the world’s highest peak on this private 8-day tour, including accommodation, private transport and transfers, and some meals. Check out Lhasa highlights like the UNESCO-listed Jokhang Temple, Potala Palace and the Drepung and Sera monasteries. Then, journey to the mountain villages of Gyantse and Shigatse, stopping to admire views over the sacred Yamdrok Lake and visit Gyantse Kumbum. Finally, cross the dramatic Gyatso-la Pass and arrive at Everest Base Camp in time to see the sunset over the mighty peak.
What to Expect
Your Tibetan adventure with your own private local guide starts in the capital city of Lhasa and continues to the small towns of Gyantse and Shigatse before arriving at Everest Base Camp, the mountain's northern base camp in Tibet.

(About Everest Base Camp: Mt Everest has two base camps, the southern camp in Nepal and the northern camp in Tibet. The southern camp is part of the more popular climbing route and is only accessible by hiking in; the northern camp — the one you will visit on this tour — is accessible by both walking in and by vehicle.)


In Lhasa, you have a few days to get acclimated to the high altitude and enjoy both guided sightseeing activities and free time to walk around the old city on your own. Then leave the city by comfortable van or minibus operated by an experienced driver, and head toward the Himalayas, passing beautiful temples and monasteries, remote villages, snow-covered mountains, sacred lakes, and herds of sheep and yaks.

Accommodation includes 4-star hotels in Lhasa and Shigatse, and a rustic tent guesthouse at Everest Base Camp. Other than breakfasts at the hotels, meals are not included, allowing you the flexibility to choose what and where to eat. Your guide can suggest restaurant options in each place you visit.

Your private tour includes pickup and drop-off in Lhasa, transport, entrance fees and Tibet travel permits; simply provide your passport details and China entry visas right after booking.

Please see Itinerary below for details on each day of the tour.
Reviews (45)
1 - 5 of 45 reviews
Reviewed 2 days ago
Lhasa Monastary tour and Round Trip to Everest Base Camp

Our trip to Lhasa on the first week of October, 2018 was outstanding! Great weather, great boutique hotel in the old town at the House of Shambhala, which had excellent food and a unique, small atmosphere. Our guide, Migmar, gave us enough rest time to...More

Thank Scott C
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
Great experience in a beautiful country

I think everything about the trip was great. Everything was planned out even to the point stops to stretch our legs contained beautiful views. The guide had so much knowledge I was always impressed. They accommodated us so that we never felt like they were...More

1  Thank Joey J
ExploreTibet-Sonam, Guest Relations Manager at Explore Tibet, responded to this reviewResponded 2 days ago

Dear Joey J, Thanks for the reviews and thank you for being with us. We wish you all the best. Regards, Choephel Explore Tibet

Reviewed 5 days ago
The whole 8 days

Thank you so much Explore Tibet for Accommodating me on this fascinating trip of a lifetime. It was made so much better by the guide and driver we had. So much informative information given to us every step of the way. Friendly, helpful staff. The...More

Thank tina M
ExploreTibet-Sonam, Guest Relations Manager at Explore Tibet, responded to this reviewResponded 4 days ago

Dear Tina, Thanks for the review and thank you for being with us. We are glad that you had a wonderful tour with us. We wish you all the best. Regards, Choephel Explore Tibet

Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Eye-opening experience - Everest and more

A few friends and I took the 8 day journey to see Tibet. While my mind was originally on just seeing Mount Everest, I found that the depth of knowledge our tour guide Norbu shared with us on the Tibet and Buddhist culture turned out...More

Thank Ian D
ExploreTibet-Sonam, Guest Relations Manager at Explore Tibet, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Dear Ian, Thanks for the review and thank you for being with us. We wish you all the best. Regards, Choephel Explore Tibet

Reviewed 5 weeks ago
Unforgettable Tibet experience with Migmar

My friend and I had an amazing experience with Explore Tibet. Once we arrived, we were greeted with warm welcome of our Tibetan local tour guide Migmar. Throughout the trip, she was very attentive to each of our individual needs. Migmar was also very knowledgeable...More

Thank Crystalyyw
ExploreTibet-Sonam, Guest Relations Manager at Explore Tibet, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago

Dear Crystaly, Thanks for the review and thank you for being with us. We wish you all the best. Regards, Choephel, Explore Tibet

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mona w
29 August 2018|
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Response from zhangli422 | Reviewed this property |
February is OK. March is closed for foreigners.
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mona w
29 August 2018|
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Response from mona w |
At this stage I want to know whether there is a tour end February/early March 2019.
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