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Travelling through the heights of 5200 meters in the heart of the Himalayas, let’s bring the wanderlust in you alive & craft an experience amongst the beauty of Tibet. Drive alongside the of Yomdruk Lake, living through the serenity of Tibet’s culture and a breathtaking view of the majestic Mount Everest.


At TARC, we understand that this journey is not just about conquering peaks but also about nurturing the soul. Our exclusive routes and diverse offerings ensure there’s something for everyone. With our expert guides, who are Everest summiteers, you can boomerang your way through the mountains, leaving behind only footprints and taking away unforgettable memories.

Safety Excellence

Uniquely Crafted Outdoor Adventure Program

Diverse Adventure Portfolio

Except Guides, Everest Summiteers

State - Of - The - Art Equipment

Focus on Environment Stewardship

All that You need to know!


7 Days



Group Size

15 members

Difficulty Level

Moderate (5-6 hours of trekking daily)


Early March to late May & Early August to late September 


₹2,00,000 + 5% GST

Your route map to adventure



Day 1

Arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu and transfer to hotel

Day 2

Flight to Lhasa​

Day 3

Explore Lhasa, its historic sites, and vibrant streets​

Day 4

Drive to Gyantse, passing through the mesmerizing Yomdruk Lake​

Day 5

Drive to Sakya town, immersing yourself in its ancient history and unique traditions​

Day 6

Embark on the scenic drive to the Mt. Everest Base Camp Tibet! Overnight stay at local campsite or guesthouses​

Day 7

Drive back to Kyirong​

Day 8

Drive back to Kathmandu

Day 9

Sightseeing at Kathmandu​

Day 10

Farewell at Kathmandu Airport, carrying memories of a remarkable adventure​


A proud recipient of the prestigious ‘Tenzing Norgay National Adventure Award’ presented by the President of India, our founder, Shekhar Babu, is a distinguished mountaineer and champion of adventure sports. Renowned globally as one of the finest in his field, he has worked as an adventure consultant in famous movies like Bahubali. With a well-deserved reputation and as the South Zone Chairman of ATOAI, he stands as a beacon among enthusiasts and professionals alike.


Anvitha Padamati

Poorna Malavath

Anand Kumar Sadhanapalli

Raghavendra Balmur


Certified Instructors

Extensively trained in first-aid techniques and certified to provide expert guidance and supervision, TARC trainers undergo annual refreshing courses to ensure their skills and knowledge are up-to-date for your utmost safety on the adventure. Our Instructors & trainers have completed their certification from Mountaineering institutes under the Ministry of Defense, Government of India, like Nehru Institute of Mountaineering (NIM), Uttarkashi and Himalayan Mountaineering Institute (HMI), Darjeeling.

SOP's followed to the dot

We prioritize safety through regular risk assessments and site evaluations. Our staff is trained for swift emergency responses, including communication, evacuation, and medical aid. Instructors provide thorough safety briefings, covering equipment usage, climbing techniques, and emergency procedures. We meticulously maintain and inspect our equipment to ensure reliability and performance.

Meticulous Training Programme

We ensure that we provide a comprehensive training programme to the people before the journey begins, including the basics of trekking. The part covers aspects like backpacking basics, preparation for the trek, DOs and DONTs, things to carry, maintenance of physical fitness, and much more.





  • All necessary Tibet permits and Visa application requirements
  • Accommodation at Tibet | Twin sharing | 5 Nights
  • Accommodation at Kathmandu | Star Hotel | Twin sharing | 2 nights
  • English-speaking Tibetan guide and one professional Nepali Sirdar/guide
  • Private transportation in groups as per the itinerary
  • All monastery entrance fees
  • Breakfast & dinner in Tibet
  • Private transportation in groups as per the itinerary
  • Environments bus to Mt. Everest Base Camp
  • Breakfast in Kathmandu
  • Two bottles of water bottle for each day
  • Emergency oxygen cylinder in the vehicle



  • Visa processing fee
  • Flight to Lhasa
  • Lunches in Tibet
  • Lunch & Dinner in Nepal
  • Insurance with emergency evacuation cover
  • Items and services not mentioned in the itinerary & cost includes
  • Personal clothing and equipment
  • Early arrival or late departure expense

The best time to visit the North Base Camp is from late April to October. The weather is generally more stable, and the views of Mount Everest are clearer during these months.
Travellers typically fly into Lhasa, the capital of Tibet, and then take a road trip to the North Base Camp. The journey includes acclimatisation stops in various Tibetan towns to help you adjust to the high altitude.
Yes, in addition to a Chinese visa, you will need a Tibet Travel Permit and an Alien Travel Permit. TARC will arrange these permits.
Local Land Cruiser vehicles are commonly used for the trip, providing a comfortable and reliable mode of transportation over the rugged terrain to the North Base Camp. If the team is big, bigger buses would be used.
The North Base Camp is situated at an elevation of approximately 5,200 meters above sea level, providing stunning views of Mount Everest.
We will provide a detailed list of clothing, equipment, and documents for the client.
From Kathmandu Lhasa up to Base camp, a 3-star hotel would be provided. At the base camp, either the Rongbuk monastery guest house or the local Tibetan camps will be provided.
The itinerary includes Shey Palace, Thiksey Monastery, Stok Palace Museum, Hall of Fame, Spituk Monastery, Gurudwara Pathar Sahib, Magnetic Point, Sangam, Nubra Valley, Diskit Monastery, Hundar Sand Dunes, Pangong Lake, and Hemis Monastery, curated by TARC.
Yes, the camel safaris using double-humped Bactrian camels are part of the Itinerary.
Yes, all meals are included in the package. TARC ensures nutritious meals throughout the trip.
Yes, please inform TARC in advance of any dietary restrictions or allergies, and we will do our best to accommodate your needs.
TARC will provide the list of clothing and other essentials to be carried.
From Kathmandu Lhasa up to Base camp, a 3-star hotel would be provided. At the base camp, either the Rongbuk monastery guest house or the local Tibetan camps will be provided.

Preparing for high altitude begins well before your trip. Maintaining good fitness and health is essential. Engage in regular cardiovascular exercise like running, cycling, or swimming to improve your stamina and lung capacity. Before travelling, ensure you are fit for high altitude.

  • Once in Tibet, it’s important to acclimatize gradually. Our itinerary will allow you to spend a few days in Lhasa and other high-altitude towns to allow your body to adjust. Staying hydrated, avoiding alcohol, and taking it easy during the first few days are crucial steps. Listening to your body and not pushing yourself too hard can help prevent altitude sickness and make your journey to the North Base Camp more enjoyable.
Meals typically include a mix of Tibetan and Chinese cuisine. In major towns like Lhasa / Gyantse / Signatse – Indian or Nepali restaurants are available. In more remote areas, we will provide the basics, focusing on healthy and nutritious dishes to keep you energized for the journey.
TARC will ensure that vehicles are well-maintained and equipped with necessary safety gear and emergency oxygen. Guides are trained in first aid and altitude sickness management. Additionally, there are medical facilities available at certain points along the route to the North Base Camp.
Yes, devices can be charged in all accommodations during the trip except at North Base Camp. However, it is advisable to bring a portable charger or extra batteries.
Mobile network coverage can be sporadic at the North Base Camp. Most of the hotels provide WiFi facilities.
Respect local customs and traditions, dress modestly, and always ask for permission before taking photos of people or religious sites. It’s also courteous to learn a few basic phrases in Tibetan or Mandarin.
  • The official currency used in Tibet is the Chinese Yuan (CNY), also known as Renminbi (RMB). It is advisable to carry enough cash for your trip, especially when travelling to remote areas like the North Base Camp.
  • While credit cards are accepted in major cities like Lhasa, their usage becomes limited as you move towards more remote areas. At the North Base Camp and along the route, most transactions will require cash. Therefore, it is essential to exchange your money in Lhasa or other larger towns before heading to the base camp. ATMs are available in Lhasa, but they may be scarce in smaller towns and unavailable at the base camp.

In the event of cancellation, refunds will be processed as follows: 

    • Up to 60 days before the departure date: Full refund, including the registration amount.
    • Up to 30 days before the departure date: 50% of the amount will be refunded.
    • Beyond 30 days before the departure date: No refund will be provided.
    • Please note that the outlined cancellation policy is in place to account for the logistical preparations and arrangements made in advance for the trek. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation in adhering to these terms.