The North Everest Base Camp Tour via Lasha offers voyagers to explore Lasha and the decisive tour to the north face of Everest Base Camp. This trip is a perfect combo for adventure lovers and peace seekers. The key features of this tour are views of grandiose Himalayas, sprawl gardens, rich Buddhist culture, bewildering archival architecture, bizarre trekking trails and astounding landscapes conferring the thrills of adventure. Generally, in comparison to trek to Everest base camp from the south, the trek from the north side is much effortless and budgeted. Though, the trek ranges from basal to extremely strenuous, so one must be fit to complete the tour.
The distance from Lhasa to Everest Base Camp is 459 Kilometers. From Tingri, you will have to drive through rugged track about 100KM to reach Rongbuk monastery. Situated at an altitude of 5200m above sea level, The Everest’s Base Camp is located 3.6 KM South of Rongbuk Monastery. Since it is not possible to drive up to the Base Camp, you will have to hike up from Rongbuk Monastery to the Base Camp for a couple of hours depending on your strengths. The route from Lhasa to Everest base camp comprises various high passes such as Kampala Pass (4797m) and then Karo-la Pass (5050m), which offer you the adventurous experience with a driving tour. The best time to head-off for North Everest Base Camp Tour would be summer, spring, and autumn.
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