Everest North Base Camp Trek Overview
The mighty Everest has two base camps: the Southern Base Camp in Nepal at an elevation of 5,364 m and in Tibet at 5,150 m. Everest base camp north side, also referred as the Advanced Base Camp (ABC) at 6,340 meters is the highest elevation base camp which takes you as close to the Everest summit for non-climbers.
The trip begins with half-day sightseeing in Kathmandu and continues in Lhasa where you will visit the top attractions like the Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, and Norbulingka Palace.
During the trip from Lhasa to Advanced Base Camp, you will be stopping to few other Tibetan landmarks like Yamdrok Lake, Gyangtse, Xigatse, Sakya Monastery, and Rongbuk Monastery, which flaunts the uniqueness of rich Tibetan culture and history.
The trekking route from Tibet side is the easiest section of the overwhelming journey up to the mighty Mount Everest. However, the unique and thrilling experience from this trip will certainly provide you with lifetime memories.
Join us on this fantastic trek to explore the true grandeur of the glorious Mount Everest. Feel free to leave us a mail if you have any queries.