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Mt. Everest Base Camp

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Address: Tingri County 858200, China
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We provide Mt. Everest base camp trekking from both Tibet and Nepalese...

We provide Mt. Everest base camp trekking from both Tibet and Nepalese side. From Tibetan side it is about a 10 days tour on a four wheel drive and walking. Whereas from Nepalese side EBC trekking is a 16 days trek. First we fly to Lukla and and walk for 14 consecutive days with 2 day rests at Namche and Dingboche.For further information and enquiries please email to Mr Pandey at Thamel Travels and Tours Kathmandu wish you happy journey to Nepal and Tibet.

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Since it was off season we were able to reach base camp in our own vehicle. It was COLD, minus 16 and windy! Luckily we had a beautiful clear day for awesome views and it was... read more

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Since it was off season we were able to reach base camp in our own vehicle. It was COLD, minus 16 and windy! Luckily we had a beautiful clear day for awesome views and it was everything we had hoped it would be. There is no question 17000 ft without external oxygen is a challenge and worth a short stay.... More 

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Up above 5,000 M the scenery is something else - the valley is stunning and the rock formations are absolutely beautiful and immense. Transport will get you to the tent village (where I recommend you stay a night) and from there you have a 3.5km walk up the gravel road to EBC. At the end of May it was very cold... More 

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spring mountain queensland
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 2 weeks ago

To see this sight was a life long dream, To see this mountain to me was something is hard to explain if you want to see it when you see it then you will know what I am trying to say, I loved it

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This was the whole point of our 16 day trip in China and Tibet was the stay at base camp and it lived up to our expectations which were high by the time we got here. We visited in October 2015 and we were lucky enough to be using the new road built by the Chinese to the base camp... More 

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

If you are in Tibet and you can work it into your itinerary, GO! Yes, its a bit out of the way for a one trick pony, but it's Everest. Despite the cold or rather because of it you'll be best served by going in winter, summer is a crowded nightmare. Views of Everest are awesome and the winter is... More 

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed December 4, 2016

Just returned from Everest Base camp ( Nepal Side ) and must say that it was an amazing experience. Most people fly into Lukla to start the trek but our team trekked from Shivalaya which is much lower down at approx 1700 M. We trekked for nearly 7 & a half days before reaching Lukla covering approx 20 - 22Km... More 

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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed November 26, 2016

We are struggling whether to visit EBC or not at the beginning as one challenge was we have to stay overnight at 5,800m there and there's only a limited choices of accommodation, either tent or the guest house (both using public toilets and without bathroom) and our guide recommended us to stay in the guest house. We also have to... More 

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed November 20, 2016

I loved the base camp. The views at sunrise/sunset are absolutely amazing! The overnight stay at the base camp is an adventure in itself, i.e. tents warmed up with yak poop, no showers, low oxygen, limited food...but it's all worth it!

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed November 20, 2016 via mobile

My husband and I around 60 have just completed the trek to Everest Base Camp. Glad we have ticked that off our bucket list! Amazing views but you really need to listen to your body with the altitude effects. My tips are Take 3 rolls of toilet paper per person Trekking poles a must especially on the way down Must... More 

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed November 19, 2016

Firstly, you can't actually drive to base camp, you need to take one of the small tourist vans from the tent city. I got caught out by arriving after the cut off time (~7pm to 7.30pm) and had to wait until the next day. When you get there, let the Chinese tourists buzz around for a bit as they tend... More 

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