Everest Trek from old tingri is an another option for the trekking lover. Our excursion starts in Lhasa, where we go through the initial 3 days of touring and acclimatizing. In Lhasa, we will visit the principle recorded and strict destinations before heading towards the Old Tingri. In transit, we will make a few stops to visit religious communities and to appreciate the wonderful idea of Tibet. You will see probably the most noteworthy mountains, lakes, icy masses, valleys, and waterways. When we get to Old Tingri, we proceed with our excursion to the Everest Base Camp trekking through mountains and valleys. The trek is over 60km long and we will go through 4 days trekking.
Day 1 – Arrive in Lhasa via plane or via train
You show up at the Lhasa Gonggar Airport or the train station. The air terminal is 62 km/39 miles from the city, and it takes roughly one hour to get to the inn from that point. While in transit to Lhasa, you will appreciate lovely perspectives on the mountains. The train station is situated in Lhasa, and you will just need a short exchange to the inn.
Contingent upon the hour of your appearance, you may have some spare opportunity to spend in Lhasa. Our aides will be glad to prompt you on what you can do with your time in Lhasa. Keep in mind, that Lhasa is situated at 3,650 meters/12,000 ft above ocean level and you will require some an ideal opportunity to adjust.
After you check in the inn, you are free to investigate the city, visit close by sanctuaries, do some shopping, attempt tasty Tibetan food in one of the nearby cafés, or simply take a rest.
Strolling around Barkhor Street can be an amazing decision for your first day in Lhasa. You will join hordes of pioneers, neighborhood Tibetans, and priests circumambulating the Jokhang Temple.
Above all, on your first day in Tibet, make certain to unwind, make the most of your day and permit some an ideal opportunity for acclimatizing. It is basic to adjust to the high elevation of Tibet to get ready for the up and coming trek.
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Day 2 Lhasa Sightseeing: Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Barkhor Street
This visit visits the two most significant strict destinations in Tibet.
The Potala Palace was the seat of the Dalai Lamas since the seventeenth century. In the first place, the guide will take you to the Chak Pori Hill to take photographs of the great Palace. We will at that point head inside and spend roughly 1.5 – 2 hours there. While there, you will see a significant number of its most celebrated ancient rarities.
There will be available time for lunch in the wake of visiting the Potala Palace.
Time allowing, you can stroll around the Potala Palace and join huge numbers of the nearby Tibetans.
Next, we will stroll towards the Jokhang Temple. It was worked in the seventh century to show the Jowo Shakyamuni Statue – the sculpture of the 12-year-old Buddha before his illumination. The sculpture was made when the recorded Buddha lived. It is intricately enhanced with gold, gems, and valuable stones.
Subsequent to visiting the sanctuary, we suggest going for a stroll around Barkhor Street.
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Day 3 – Lhasa Sightseeing: Drepung Monastery, Sera Monastery
We are visiting the two most significant cloisters in the capital.
We will initially visit Drepung Monastery, which used to be the biggest cloister on the planet with more than 10,000 priests living there. It was the living arrangement of Dalai Lamas before the Potala Palace was constructed.
There will be spare time for lunch after the Drepung Monastery.
Toward the evening we are visiting Sera Monastery. It was established by Tsongkhapa’s pupil in the fifteenth century. These days it is renowned for priests banter that you can observer. Discussions are a significant piece of learning and getting Buddhism. Priests assemble in the patio in the shade of the trees to refine their insight.
At night you will have some an ideal opportunity to pack for our trek and plan all that you may require.
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Day 4 – Driving to Shigatse: Yamdrok Lake and Glaciers
Today we will go on the absolute most wonderful streets in Tibet on our drive to Shigatse.
Be set up to take photographs of the stunning perspectives as we go up to the most noteworthy purpose of the day – Kamba La Pass (just about 4,800 meters/15,750 ft).
Our next stop will be at Yamdrok Lake. It is one of the heavenly lakes in Tibet, and it is celebrated for its turquoise hued water.
From that point onward, we will head towards Gyantse. In transit there, we will make a stop to see the breathtaking ice sheets.
In Gyantse, we will visit the religious community and the greatest stupa.
At last, we will reach Shigatse late at night and remain there for the time being.
Day 5 – Driving towards old Thingri (4390m) (300km)
In the first part of the day we will visit Tashilumpo Monastery, the seat of Panchen Lamas. This cloister was established by the first Dalai Lama, and it is one of the most significant religious communities in Tibet. You can take photographs in a portion of the houses of prayer for an extra charge.
After lunch we will head to Old Tingri, going over an ignore 5200 meters high.
Day 06 Trek from old Thingri to Lungchung (12km)
We will begin promptly in the first part of the day. Trek goes through a few towns in the valley. We will cross the Rachu River to the town in the wonderful valley. We will set up our camp close Lungchung town.
Day 07 Trek from Lungchung to Nam-la pass (21km)
Today we will trek through the rough mountains. On the off chance that the sky is clear, we will see Mountain Cho Oyu, the 6th most noteworthy mountain on the planet. We will see a few streams, muggy valleys, a couple of towns, and traveler region. Today we may see some wild creatures in a separation. When we go up to the Nam-la pass we can see the street prompting the Everest Base Camp. The camp will be set up close to the Dzachu stream.
Day 08 Trek over Nam-la go to Rongpuk religious community (27km)
In the first part of the day we will head towards the Rongbuk religious community, the most elevated cloister on the planet. We will follow a crisscross street close to the Dzachu waterway. We will arrive at the cloister toward the evening. From religious community grounds, we can get an eminent perspective on the Everest. This is our last goal on the trekking course. We can unwind and appreciate the view. We will remain for the time being at religious community guesthouse.
Day 9 Everest base camp to Shigatse (340km)
After breakfast, we are driving back to Shigatse. In transit back we will pass through Pang-la pass. At the point when the climate is clear, we can see four mountains which are above 8000m (Maka-lu, lo-tse, Everest and Cho-Oyu). Keep on heading to Shigatse.
Day 10 – Shigatse back to Lhasa (280km)
In transit back to Lhasa we will take the Friendship expressway. It is the immediate course and for the most part takes roughly 6 hours to arrive at the capital. We will make a few stops while in transit to appreciate the perspectives on the Brahmaputra waterway. In the aftrernoon, you may have some available time and get ready for takeoff the following day.
Day 11 – Departure from Lhasa.
If it’s not too much trouble get ready ahead of time for takeoff. It takes roughly 1 hour to head to the air terminal and 30 minutes to arrive at the train station. We will show up at the air terminal 3 hours before your takeoff flight in the event that you are venturing out to Nepal, and 2 hours before any residential flight takes off.
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