My Experience on Everest Base Camp Trek


Before writing about my experience in Everest Base Camp trek. Firstly, I would like to mention that from the beginning of my job, career, I mean for the last 6 years I have been working and feel proud of being specialized trekking and tour leader in Annapurna Region from the Royal Mountain Travel. Which is one of the top-ranking travel companies in Nepal and has the biggest international network that offers extensive variety tours, treks, hikes and other adventure travel activities for Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan. Continue reading

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Trekking in Tibet—the Tibet Everest Base Camp Trek

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Mount Everest Base Camp, Tibet. Image: Göran Höglund

If you are planning to go on a Tibet Everest Base Camp trek when traveling to Tibet, there are a couple of formalities you have to go through, such as getting a PSB travel permit and a park-entry permit for Qomolangma Nature Preserve that costs around Y400 per vehicle and Y180 per passenger. Continue reading

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The Best of Tibet, Top 10 Must-Visit Places in Tibet

Potala PalacePlanning to travel to Tibet? You might like to know when the best time to visit Tibet is. Well, April to October is the period when Tibet tourism is on a roll, with August and September being the two months when a lot of Tibet tours are planned. Continue reading

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The ‘Extremely Challenging’ Everest Adventure

The 60th anniversary of the first ascent of Everest (8,848 m) was celebrated recently on a pretty modest scale, it must be said. One reason for this could be the relatively low interest on feats to do with climbing the world’s highest peak, seeing as to how thousands have achieved the feat over the years, with hundreds climbing it this year itself. Continue reading

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