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Advanced Everest Base Camp Trek from Tibet - 21 Days

Duration

21 days

Trip Starts/Ends

Kathmandu

Max Altitude

6340m/20795.2ft

Trip Code

ANT01T01
1 Pax 2-5 Pax 6+ Pax
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Trip Overview

Tibet is only the place in the world where you can hike trails to such elevation without using crampons, ice axe or any other mountaineering gears. The trek up to Advance Everest Base Camp 6340m – the highest trek in the world, begins once you take a scenic flight from Kathmandu to Lhasa. You will pass little Tibetan Settlements, Nomadic Herdsmen wandering across the wide dry fields and awe-remarkable snowcapped mountains. Similarly as fascinating is the wealth of cultural interest and you will have plenty of opportunities to explore this side of Tibet, both in Lhasa and the alternate towns you go through on your adventure to Kathmandu.
If you choose this Advanced Everest Base Camp - 21 Days, you will consume 3 nights in Lhasa, staying right in the heart of the old city. This good for both, to acclimatize yourself and to visit the city’s main attractions – the great Potala Palace and the Jokhang Temple. While leaving you will pass through this amazing country, staying in the best traditional hotels. In Gyantse and Shigatse you will explore more monasteries and fully immerse ourselves in the Buddhist culture.
This trek takes you as close to the Everest as any non-climber can go. This adventure, the highest trek in the world, is an awesome journey to Everest Base Camp Three and the base of the North Col via the East Rongbuk Glacier.

Trip Highlights

  • Explore the temples, shrines, and markets of Kathmandu.
  • Spectacular flights from Kathmandu to Lhasa
  • Excursions through the city of LHASA.
  • Eighth Wonder The Potala Palace 
  • Walk to the roof of the world to experience the life of the “Tibetan people”.
  • Scenic Drive through Friendship Bridge from China to Kathmandu

Additional Information

We have tried to consign almost all necessary information on the website. However, you might have some confusion regarding the time, cost, and some technical help. So to have further discussion and information about the trip please directly contact us info@amazingnepaltrek.com  and feel free to ring +977-9851116042/9841966352 and talk to us directly at any time.

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Before Travel Trek Safety Things To Be Considered
Day 01:  Arrival in Kathmandu. You will spend the night at the hotel.
Day 02: Pre-visit conference and sightseeing tours of the Kathmandu Valley. You will spend the night at the hotel.
Day 03: From Kathmandu to Lhasa. You will spend the night at the hotel.
Day 04 and 05:  Excursions in Lhasa. You will spend the night at the hotel.
Day 06: Lhasa to Gyantse (3950 meters) - 305 km / 6 hours. You will spend the night at the hotel.
Day 07: A Shigatse (3900 meters) - 95 km / 2 hours. You will spend the night at the hotel.
Day 08: Drive to Shegar or Sinbad (4050m), 90km / 5h via Sakya-m2. You will spend the night at the hotel.
Day 09: Drive to Junguk (5000m) to Everest base camp (5050m) - 115km / 4h. You will spend the night in Tent camp.
Day 10, 11 and 12: Adapt to the environment on foot of the Temporary camp. You will spend the night in Tent camp.
Day 13: Walk in a Temporary Camp for 6-8 hours. You will spend the night in Tent camp.
Day 14: Camp II, from 5 to 7 hours. You will spend the night in Tent camp.
Day 15: Trek, Advanced Base Camp, from 6 to 8 hours. You will spend the night in Tent camp.
Day 16: Free time in Advance Base. You will spend the night in Tent camp.
Day 17: Trip to Camp Bath for seven to nine hours. You will spend the night in Tent camp.
Day 18: Silence in camphor (2,300 meters) via Nyalam - 253 kilometers / five hours. You will spend the night at the hotel.
Day 19: Cross the border and drive to Kathmandu (125 km / 4 to 5 hours). You will spend the night at the hotel.
Day 20: A day of leisure in Kathmandu. You will spend the night at the hotel.
Day 21: Transfer for your final flight.
Day 01:  Arrival at Kathmandu airport (1345meters).
Upon your arrival in the Tribhuwan International Airport (TIA) in Kathmandu, you will be greeted by a company representative, who will drop you off at our hotel. After checking in, take a rest or visit Amazing Nepal's office. You may also stroll in the streets of Thamel, a tourist hub in Kathmandu for some souvenir shopping. In the evening, there will be a welcome dinner hosted by Amazing Nepal Trek & Expedition. For dinner, you will be served excellent Nepalese cuisine which will introduce you to the country's authentic food culture. If your flight arrives late, both the meeting and dinner can be scheduled for the following day. Overnight in Kathmandu.
Day 02: Pre-trip Meeting and Sightseeing around Kathmandu valley.
After breakfast, you will set out for sightseeing of the culturally and architecturally rich heritage sites of the Valley. Places such as the Pashupatinath, the world famous temple precinct of the Hindus, the Boudhnath and Swaymbhunath, the world famous Buddhist stupa precinct, and Kathmandu Durbar Square will open up completely a new cultural world of Nepali art and architecture to you. You will also be taken to the Kumari Ghar, where resides the Virgin Goddess. We will also discuss the trip, and you will be introduced to your fellow trekkers and our crews. Overnight at Hotel. (Breakfast Included)
Day 03: Fly from Kathmandu to Lhasa (3660meters).
The adventure starts in Lhasa. The flight from Nepal to Lhasa is considered one of the most beautiful air routes in the world, as it provides sweeping views of Everest (8848m), Kanchenjunga (8536m) and other Himalayan peaks. If traveling via mainland China, there is a wide variety of flights in addition to the world’s highest train route to reach Lhasa. Upon arrival, our Tibetan guide at the airport/train station will receive you. After approximately 1.5 hours of driving, you will reach Lhasa. It is advisable to rest and take it easy for the remainder of the day due to Lhasa’s altitude. Overnight at hotel in Lhasa. (Breakfast Included)
NOTE: Please let us know if you wish to arrive Lhasa via mainland China. We will arrange and send the flight and traveling permit for you.
Day 04: Sightseeing in Lhasa (3650 m).
The journey starts with a visit to Sera Monastery, accompanied by an experienced tour guide (who is also a translator). Sera is an exceptional space; its whitewashed walls and golden roofs speak of Tibetan Buddhism’s ancient wisdom and tranquility. Equally breathtaking are the gardens and sacred spaces of the Norbulingka, the Dalai Lama’s summer residence. We will also visit the Jokhang Temple followed by Barkhor Markets – a bustling road lined with vendors where you can sample the smells and sounds of Tibet, or browse through the Thankas, masks, prayer beads and countless other treasures inherent to Tibetan custom and tradition. Overnight at hotel. (Breakfast Included)
Day 05:  Second day of sightseeing in Lhasa.
The highlight of the day is the visit to Potala palace – a UNESCO World Heritage celebrated for its priceless treasury of Buddhist artifacts and bejeweled tombs of past Dalai Lamas. The Potala was also the tallest building in the world for 200 years following its construction in 1645. The group will then move to Drepung Monastery, which was built in the 14th century and was home to over 10,000 monks. Drepung was also the educational center for the lineage of Dalai Lamas and is famed for attracting tens of thousands of pilgrims for its Thanka festival. Drepung has a poignant presence in the spiritual life of Tibetans and is the most cherished of all Tibet’s monasteries.
In the afternoon, we visit Tibet Museum, officially inaugurated in October of 1999; the museum houses a rich collection of prehistoric cultural relics, including ornate Buddha statues in different postures, imperial jade seals, gifts granted by emperors, colorful Thankas, and various printed Sanskrit and Tibetan scriptures. It is also possible to see variety of folk art such as handicrafts, costumes, jewelry, and pottery. Beyond the collections, the museum building itself is a work of art with its ornamented beams, pillars, lintels, banners and wall hangings in the traditional Tibetan style. Overnight at hotel. (Breakfast Included)
Day 06: Lhasa to Gyantse (3950m) - 261km
We will travel along the Highway, passing through Kembla (4,794 meters), where you will have the opportunity to admire Yamdrok, dark blue water known for its unique beauty. Magnificent view of Lake Tso. The group will also see the Pride of Nazin Tesan glacier station at 7252 meters. In the west, we will find another pass of the Corolla at 5,045 meters. After a journey of 261 kilometers, we will enter Gyangze, a fantastic example of a traditional Tibetan village full of beautiful stone farms. We will spend the night at the hotel.
(Breakfast included)
Day 07: Trip to Shigatse (3900m) - 90km
Gyangze and Gong Bang are gems of Gyangze. Gyangzeeum, a historic fortress built in the 14th century, dominates the Chu Yang valley in Gyantse and its surroundings. Kumbum 35 km above the city, and was crowned crown dome. There is a pagoda (pagoda), several chapels and an impressive Tibetan Buddhist mural that inspired the name of the complex. The term "Kubum" means 100,000 images in Tibetan. After exploring Gyangze, we will take a 90-kilometer car to Shigatse. The group will stop at the Shalu temple on the way and the structure reflects the architectural style of Han, Tibetan and Indian style. After a brief presentation of Shalu, the trip will continue in Xigaze, the second largest city in Tibet. Tashilhunpo is a highlight of Shigatse because it is one of the largest monasteries in Tibet. We will spend the night at the Shigatse Hotel. We will spend the night at the hotel.
(Breakfast included)
Day 8: Driving to Shegar (Sinning Day) (4050m) - 244km
The road to Shegar is defined by the picturesque landscape: we will pass 5220 meters from the small towns of Lhatse and Gyamtso La. You will have the opportunity to see the Natang Temple (12 km from Xigatse) and then the Sakya Monastery, where you can see the largest library in the world. This book is written entirely in gold. In the night, we arrive at Shegar. As the landscape opens to the vast plains, many shepherds of monasteries and nomads are visible in the distance. We will spend the night at the hotel.
(Breakfast included)
Day 09: Trip to the base camp of Mount Everest (5150m) 76km
From Shegar, we drive south of the Pang La pass at 5150 m / 16890. After leaving the road, the route will be off-road. Along the driveway, we will bathe in the splendor of Makalu and Shishapangma. After
driving 85 km, we will arrive at Rongbushan, where the mountain is. Everest is visible. This day will be completed with the exploration of the Everest base camp. Driving from the velvet to the EBC is now viable and we can easily reach the base camp through our Jeep. The delegation will also visit the establishment in 1902 for the Nyingmapa Buddhist Lama - Rongbuk pilgrimage. Monks and hermits have used meditation huts for more than 400 years. In addition to the cabins, the hermit returned to the caves and many caves on the cliff below the monastery. We walked along the hermit used route - it was covered with hundreds of sacred syllables and contains the prayers of ancient stone paths. We will spend the night in Tented camp.
(Breakfast, lunch and dinner)
Day 10, 11 and 12: Everest Base Camp (5150 m)
We rest here for a few days to adapt to the environment, adapting to the environment is important before hiking in a temporary camp. How often do you have time to sit down, read, share the highest mountain in the world, and stand on top of us? There are several possible day trips. We will spend the night in Tented camp.
(Breakfast, lunch and dinner)
Day 13: Trekking to the Temporary Camp (5760 m) - 6 to 8 hours
We start in a complete Pumori, Lingtren, dusty ablation, even Nuptse views of the valley, and then on the eastern detour of Rongbuk Valley. Climbing route on ice. In the neighborhood, the first layers of ice (ice ridge) rises like a white sail on the surface of the dark fragments of the glacier. We will spend the night in Tented camp.
(Breakfast, lunch and dinner)
Day 14: 2nd Battalion (5970 meters) - 5 to 7 hours
About two hours above the temporary camp, the central line of the cliff merged with the Changqu glacier, causing ice chaos. Camp 2 (5970
meters) is just 10 minutes from here, in a beautiful setting. Large and small valleys flows glaciers from all directions, well-named salad continues to expand its unusual road gravel arm, through the center of the ice. We will spend the night in Tented camp.
(Breakfast, lunch and dinner)
Day 15: Resistant advanced base camp (6,340 meters) - 6 to 8 hours.
Flannel glaciers are impressive frozen waves, and the glaciers and peaks of the Himalayas are the most impressive landscapes in Tibet. The average ice along the glacier is the path that the Expedition used to start climbing Mount Everest, which is the path we are taking. Around two hours, the central ridgeline with long curly glaciers converges on the improvised field, resulting in ice confusion, which is sometimes referred to as the large-scale field field No. 2 (5970 m). It was a camp of the 1920s and 1930s. 2. The appropriately named Serac Road continued its extension of its unusual gravel arm through the center of the ice.
At the corner, the first Rakari camp appeared and finally arrived at Everest Base Camp (formerly "Camp 3"), and this last section was always difficult. We will spend the night in Tented camp.
(Breakfast, lunch, and dinner)
Day 16: Advanced Base Camp (6,340 m).
A day's work if you stay in the ABC environment to enjoy the expedition! We will spend the night in Tented camp.
Camp 3, Mount Everest Base Camp on North Peak Road (ABC), located in a group of flattened gravel piles next to the glacier. This peak leaves the long stay of the northeast ridge of the terrible rock group, just 3 meters from Camp 3. The most surprising thing is that the peak extends to the southwest peak: the peak of the fluted rock of Everest. The top of the mountain is very close; it is 2,400 meters above Camp 3. It is the closest non-climber that can reach the top of Mount Everest. We will spend the night in Tented camp.
Day 17: Trekking to the Base Camp, from 7 to 9 hours.
Return to base camp is a long downhill trip, but one that ended in a day, if we start camp No. 2 more enjoyable than field No. 3, we will leave an opportunity to get our eyes on our final boots. , Height more comfortable. We will spend the night in Tented camp.
(Breakfast, lunch, and dinner)
Day 18: 3750m to Nyalam with destination to camphor forest 2400m.
First, we will explore Base Camp and see Sunrise Hill. Everest. This is a truly amazing place: the absolute north of the highest mountain in the world rises above you. The tour will continue to the camphor forest, off the road to Rotting Lane. Drive past Tingri, we will cross the Lalung Pass at (5124 m / 16,068 ft) and at (5200 m / 17056 ft) Nalyam Pass (3800 m / 12,464 ft) available at the Shisha Pangma, Cho Oyu, Menlungtse and Gauri Shanker. Then we gradually descended from the dry plateau. A few hours later, you will find yourself in the midst of green vegetation 2,300 meters above the border of Nepal. We will spend the night at the hotel.
(Breakfast included)
Day 19: Trip to Kathmandu.
From Zhangmu to Friendship Bridge a few kilometers on the Koshi Bhote river to reach the Kodari immigration checkpoints, will leave together and Tibetan guides and drivers there, then headed across the river from Kathmandu assistant, Nepal. Four hours after the valley, you arrive in Kathmandu. We will spend the night in a good hotel in Kathmandu.
(Including Breakfast)
Day 20: Leisure day in Kathmandu and Farewell Dinner in the evening.
Leisure day in Kathmandu, If you are interested in continuing onto Chitwan Jungle Safari, River Rafting, Kathmandu Shopping Tour or Scenic Everest Flight, you can start today.
In the evening, we will have a farewell dinner in a traditional Nepalese restaurant with cultural performances. Your guide(s) and an office staff will accompany you. Overnight at a hotel in Kathmandu. (Breakfast and Farewell Dinner Included)
Day 21: Transfer of your final flight departure.
The trip ends, Amazing Nepal Representative will drop you to the Kathmandu International Airport for your flight departure from Nepal.
(Breakfast Included)
Cost Includes:
  • Pick up from and drop off at the hotel and the airport on a private tourist vehicle.
  • Twin sharing accommodation in a tourist standard hotel in Kathmandu; Breakfast included. (4 nights)
  • Tibetan-standard two-star hotel accommodation (mostly twin-sharing room) in Lhasa, Gyantse, Shigatse with basic guesthouse accommodation for rest of the town in Tibet.
  • Tented accommodation during the trek from and to the base camp of Everest (We will provide fully waterproof two men tents, dining tents, kitchen gear, dining table, chairs, toilet tents etc).
  • All your standard Meals with hot drinks during the camping from and to base camp (Breakfasts, Lunches, and Dinners).
  • Boiled and purify drinking water while camping.
  • Kathmandu - Lhasa airfare and airport departure tax.
  • Surface transportation to and from Kathmandu on the private vehicle (border pick/drop etc.).
  • Guided city tour in Kathmandu on a private vehicle.
  • Sightseeing/monument entrance fees in Kathmandu (on Day 02).
  • Government-licensed English-speaking Tibetan tour guide.
  • The required number of ground staff for the tour like helpers and drivers.
  • Tourist Van or Land cruisers (4WD, 4500 model) and Support truck during the driving Tour (One Land cruiser for four clients)
  • Yak and Yak man or Porters to carry the equipment from base camp to above and back.
  • Food, accommodation, salary, insurance, equipment, and medicine for our ground staff.
  • Advance Base Camp Climbing Permit.
  • All Camping and kitchen equipment.
  • A down jacket and a sleeping bag provided by Amazing Nepal (which needs to be returned after the trek).
  • Amazing Nepal duffel/kit bag and t-shirt (yours to keep).
  • Farewell dinner in typical Nepali Restaurant with cultural dance show on second last day (On Day 20th).
  • Tibet entry permission, Chinese visa and monastery entry fees.
  • All government taxes, vat and Tourist service charges.
  • All official expenses.
Cost not Includes:
  • International airfare and airport departure tax.
  • Travel insurance which covers emergency Rescue and Evacuation. (See the travel insurance page)
  • Nepal entry visa – you can obtain a visa easily upon your arrival at the Tribhuwan International Airport in Kathmandu. (Tourist Visa with Multiple Entries for 15 days can be obtained by paying the US $ 25 or equivalent foreign currency. Similarly, Tourist Visa with Multiple Entries for 30 days and 90 days can be obtained by paying the US $40 and $ 100 respectively. Please bring 2 copies of passport size photos).
  • Internet and telephone calls.
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu and during the tour in Tibet– about USD 15 to 20 per person per day.
  • Personal expenses like alcohol, cold drinks, and laundry.
  • Personal clothing and equipment.(See the equipment tab for detail information)
  • Tips for Guide, Porter, and Driver. (Tipping is expected)
  • Others expenses not mentioned in the 'Cost Includes' section.

All prices are in US dollars and do not include international airfare, unless otherwise noted.
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TEMPERATURE AND WEATHER:
Weather conditions from March to October in Tibet can be expected to be dry and sunny, with precipitation in July and August. Daytime temperatures can be as high as 22 degrees centigrade in Tibet. The average daily temperature will be 10 degrees centigrade, however, the intense sun at higher elevation can make it feel even hotter. Usually, there is an incredible drop in temperature from early afternoon to evening time; temperatures at night time can drop as low as 0 to -15 degrees centigrade at altitudes of 5000 meters, our highest camp during the Kailash Circuit.
FITNESS:
This is considered as a challenging trek, therefore, the specific level of fitness is required.  Though, all those people can join this tour/trek if they think themselves fit and have strong willpower. People suffering from cardiac or respiratory problems should consult with their doctor. Morning and evening walk, jogging, stretching, meditation and regular exercise make the journey comfortable for all.
ALTITUDE SICKNESS:
Altitude sickness can affect anyone who gains the elevation too rapidly without proper acclimatization.  We advise reading any book on trekking that has a chapter on this and also consults to your doctor before you leave for the trip. Please note that Diamox has to be taken by all participants as a precaution measure. Our advice: Drink at least 4 liters of water a day, do not exhaust yourself so much, breathe deep and take more rest than usual. The level of Oxygen become thinner at a higher elevation. The inclement weather and high altitude induce certain illness generally not encountered over the plains. A headache, nausea, lassitude, lethargy, breathlessness, general uneasiness [malaise], high irritability, light loss of balance, disorientation, incoherence, and insomnia are a few. It is common to all irrespective of the age, sex, and physical fitness. Gradual acclimatization is the best answer. Some of the symptoms indicate that the body mechanism is readjusting to new environments.
The best idea is deliberately slow down all the activities and observe the following rules: 
  • Rest and relax or do not exert, be excited.
  • Keep talking in low voice or observe silence with a smile.
  • Walk slowly – set one-third of your usual pace.
  • Keep your daypack light.
  • Stop every 20 minutes and take short rest.
  • Whenever you feel uncomfortable, just stop; rest and relax.
  • Ignore the sudden outbursts of fellow trekkers and avoid arguments.
  • Never go too high and too fast.
  • Avoid smoking, alcohol, drugs, and intoxicants.
  • Consume plenty of fluid; never keep your stomach empty.
  • Chant or visualize everything around to suit your pleasant thoughts or put on the earphones and listen to your favorite music. 
  • Be careful not to catch a cold. It is better to be over clothed than under protected. En-route avoid taking bath or drinking water straight from lake, stream or river as your system is not conditioned for this. 
  • Keep your boots/Ked inside. Protect yourself against dust and direct sunshine during the long stretches of driving. Face, feet, and hands must be well protected. 
  • Always talk and listen to your guide or the one with experience. Never leave the group.
CURRENCY:
‘Yuan’ is the currency unit in Tibet, China. Approximately, one US Dollar equivalent to six Yuan. All major foreign currencies are accepted in Zhangmu bank in return for Yuan.  Credit cards are easily accepted.
CUSTOM FORMALITIES:
Valuable goods taken for personal use (Mobile Phones and movie/video camera etc) should be declared at customs office by completing a customs declaration form and brought back to return journey. Antiques must be properly certified; otherwise, they may be confiscated. We strongly advise that not to bring any kind of books, magazines or any published materials against China or its Territory.
TRANSPORTATION:
We will provide a Private Van or Bus from Kathmandu to Kerung as per the group size and in whole Tibet, the part will be in Land cruiser/Pajero or Deluxe Tourist Buses. Also, we will provide a support truck for luggage and all camping equipment and food supplies.
STAFF:
Our highly experienced Nepalese staff will be responsible for all camping and cooking arrangements during the whole Trek.
BRIEFING AND ORIENTATION:
We will arrange a ‘Detail Trip Briefing Program’ in Kathmandu before you leave for the trip. It is very mandatory that all participants attend this briefing. If you have any unsolved queries then you discuss during this meeting.
ACCOMMODATION:
Most of the places rooms are available nowadays. We may use camps (Tented room) during Kailash Circuit. Rooms found in locally are very basic without any modern amenities and accommodate 3-4 persons in one room. Laundry services will not be available throughout the trip. Single occupancy room may not be available.
FOOD AND BEVERAGE:
We will serve delicious continental food; Breakfast and Dinner in Campsite serve by Nepali trained staff. Pack lunch will be provided for daytime. We will serve mineral water for drinking purpose. It will be advisable to bring sufficient supplementary food like chocolates, biscuits, nuts, pickles, bhujias, swahilis etc.
VISA AND DOCUMENTS:
To enter Tibet, we organize a group visa, and in order to do this, we will need a copy of your passport at least 30 days prior to the commencement of your trip. Tourism regulations in Tibet are subject to change without prior notice. As per current regulation of Chinese government, Indian passport holders must get a visa from Chinese Embassy Delhi so we collect all passport there. For Others (Except Indian), we collect the passport in Kathmandu at least 2 days before. At least six months validity of passport is needed for visa processing.
GUIDE/ESCORT:
Local English speaking Tibetan Guide will escort the group throughout the trek/tour in Tibet.
PHOTOGRAPHY:
Still Cameras, Home Video cameras are allowed into Tibet without having to take any permission.
INSURANCE:
We recommend that you have a Travel Insurance against any kind of sickness, emergency rescue, accident hospitalization, flight cancellation etc. as we accept no responsibility for damages or expenses which may arise from mishaps to persons or their belongings during the trip.
COMMUNICATION:
Since the last few years, communication has been improved a lot in Tibet. Most major cities have international phone/wifi facilities. Internet cafes also are found at bigger towns, check with your guide for the best internet cafes in every town.
You will also have a roaming facility added to your mobile phone as it works nicely in Tibet. If you buy a Chinese SIM card at the border, you will be connected almost any time with your friends and family. Please talk to your guide for the latest facilities and schemes on Chinese Mobile Operators.
RISK AND LIABILITY:
Amazing Nepal Trek & Expedition will put every effort to make your journey very smooth and pleasant. However, all the programs in Tibet are conducted strictly under the rules and regulations of China Tibet Tourism Bureau. Therefore, we or our Tibet counterpart shall not be responsible for any change and alterations in the itinerary due to unavoidable circumstances such as landslide, road blockage, flood, snow, and political unrest, cancellation of flight, delay arrival, delay shortage of Land Cruiser Jeep in Tibet and sickness or accidents. Any extra cost incurring there of shall be borne by the clients on the spot. It is most recommended for clients to have full insurance against medical and personal accidents as well as trip cancellation.
TRIP CANCELLATION:
All notice of cancellation must be sent to our office in writing; verbal cancellation will not be accepted. There is no refund for services not used. In case of any cancellation, the booking amount will be completely forfeited. In addition, the following cancellation rules will be applicable to the balance amount payable.
  • 15 days period from tour departure date 30% cancellation.
  • 10 days period from tour departure date 75% cancellation.
  • 5 days and less period no sow 100% cancellation.
Above rules are applicable as per the rules and regulation of China Tibet Tourism Bureau and (IPSC) Indian Pilgrims Service China.

If you want to book a trekking package with Amazing Nepal Trek and Expedition and still wondering about the essential equipment for your trekking journey, here we are more than happy to offer our checklist for your references. Please make necessary amendments to our checklist as per your need and convenience. For some case, if you couldn’t get any of these listed equipment/gears in your hometown or you’re in a rush before you fly to Kathmandu, don’t worry! The listed necessary items mentioned below can be easily purchased here.
Except for your day pack, all luggage will be carried by porters. A porter is available for two people who will carry maximum up to 25 kg. So, You have to be careful while packing your Bag or luggage.
 
Moreover, There is an allowance of 15kg per person on the domestic flights. Additional personal items are not needed for the trekking portion of the trip which can be kept in the hotel’s storage room without extra cost.

Below is the checklist of equipment that is required for the trek:
 
HEAD

  • Buff headwear /neckwear
  • Sun hat or scarf
  • Light balaclava or warm fleece hat
  • Sunglasses
  • Head Torch

UPPER BODY

  • Cotton T-shirts or Thermals
  • Fleece jacket
  • Waterproof/windproof jacket
  • Down filled jacket  (Your own Down Jacket is strongly recommended, but Amazing Nepal Trek also supply complimentary down jacket which is needed to be returned after the completion of trek)

LOWER BODY

  • Lightweight cotton pants (long)
  • Waterproof Pants
  • Thermal underwear

FEET

  • Thin inner socks
  • Thick and warm wool hiking socks
  • Comfortable Hiking boots
  • Sneakers /slippers

HANDS

  • Gore-tex gloves

ACCESSORIES

  • Sleeping bag rated to - 20°C (Your own sleeping bag strongly is recommended, but Amazing Nepal Trek also supply complimentary sleeping bags which is needed to be returned after the completion of trek)
  • Trekking bags/duffel bag (Amazing Nepal Trek will supply complimentary water and windproof duffel/kit bag, but one extra big duffel bag/suitcase is necessary for items that are left at the hotel in Kathmandu)
  • Large plastic bags (For keeping items dry inside trek bag)
  • Trekking poles (Optional, Recommended)
  • Water bottle or camel bag
  • Toiletries
  • Towel
  • Sewing Kit
  • Insect repellent, sunscreen, and lip balm
  • The first-aid kit; should contain lip salve, Aspirin, Band Aids, anti-histamine, Imodium or similar tablets for mild cases of diarrhea
  • Re-hydration powder, extra prescription drugs you may be taking if any particular
  • Wet wipes 
  • Reading or writing material

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