Tourists coming to Nepal or Tibet always have a desire to look the world from the top and reach as close as possible to world’s highest mountain range, Mount Everest. There are several base camps that let you experience the thrill of trekking through the mountain ranges and get a glimpse of the highest peak of the world. Tibet Lhasa North Everest Base Camp Tour is an amazing way to get close to the Mt. Everest from the northern side of Himalayas through Tibet. You can easily plan your tour with a local travel agency who would arrange a guide, vehicle along with a driver that will take you to the North Everest Base Camp. If you want to save some cost, you can choose for public transportation such as a bus to reach the base camp.
Tibet Lhasa Everest Base Camp Tour takes a minimum of 3-4 days to take you to the base camp from Lhasa. North Everest Base Camp is arranged at a height of 5200 m at a separation of around 800 km from Lhasa city. You would be treated with stunning touring all through your approach to base camp and there are some magnificent attractions like Yamdrok Lake, Gyantse, Shigatse and Sakya Monastery in transit that none of the voyagers would need to pass up a great opportunity. It is like a once in a lifetime opportunity for most of the tourists and thus you cannot afford to leave anything for the next time.
One of the best parts of North Everest Base Camp is that you do not need to trek at all and drive all the way to the final point where base camp is situated. However, if you want to experience the thrill of trekking, you can always trek your way up through from Old Tingri. It basically takes approx 3 days to trek from Tingri to the base camp.
Tibet Kailash Pilgrimage Tour takes you to the origin of the world at Mount Kailash. Kailash is a Sanskrit word which means mountains. Mount Kailash holds a great religious significance in Hinduism, Jainism and Buddhism. It is a site of Lord Shiva. Mount Kailash is a unique mountain range that gives rise to not one or two but four gigantic rivers from within a radius of 30 miles. All these four rivers including Brahmaputra, Sutlej, Karnali and Indus are the main reasons why civilizations flourished all along the banks of these rivers in India, China, Nepal, Bangladesh and Pakistan.
If anyone plans to spend the night in open space then you can take the sleeping bag and most of the lodges offer the blanket. This blanket is not comfortable so you should carry the quality sleeping bag that provides the comfortable temperature at the minus degree. It helps you to enjoy the trip happily and also make the trip unforgettable.