Everest base camp Motorcycle Tour (Elevation 5150 metres):
Ride on the roof of the world is totally distinguished experience than other rides in your life. The mighty Everest at 8,848 metres (29,029 feet) stood taller than the Shishapangma, the Makalu, the Lhotse and the Cho Oyu that flanked it — all of them standing over 8,000 metres high. The road down the pass is splendid with its 108 hairpin bends and mesmerising views to capture throughput the tour.
January: 14-21 Jan 21, 18-25 Jan 21, 25-1st Feb 21/28-4th Feb 21
February: 19-26 Feb 21
March: 25-1st April 21
April: 5-12/ 14-21/ 22-29/28-7th May 21
May: 6-13/ 10-17/ 31-7th June 21
June: 9-16/ 21-28
July: 12–19/ 21-28/ 26-2nd August 21
August: 3-10/ 12-19/ 16-23/24-31
September: 2-9/ 13-20/ 23-30
October: 11-18/ 21-28/
November: 1-8/ 11-18/ 22-29
December: 1-8/ 9-16/ 20-27
1. Environment: Tibet is culturally and spiritually rich and it possesses unparalleled natural beauty. Its ancient cultures can still be felt and seen throughout the plateau given that many regions within Tibet remain undeveloped. As such, hotels
accommodations are moderate, water can be scarce at times and electricity is not always reliable and/or available in all areas. This tour has been designed to offer a variety of natural and cultural highlights that provide an amazing travel experience. The demanding itinerary calls for long distances on challenging road conditions. Thus, participants must possess an intermediate to advance skill level.
2. Health concerns: Due to Tibet high altitude, participants are encouraged to obtain a comprehensive physical examination as well as get plenty of rest and sleep prior to traveling to Tibet. Abstaining from tobacco and alcohol use is also recommended before the commencement of trip in order to prevent upper respiratory infections.
3. Items of daily use: Personal First Aid items are recommended such as sun screen, lip sun screen, lip balm, antiseptic cream, anti-diarrhea medicine and broad spectrum antibiotics (participants must contact their doctor). Given that temperatures can range greatly from morning to evening, long-sleeve clothes, a wool sweater, and a jacket are recommended in addition to sunglasses and a sun hat.
4. Road conditions: Landslides as well as rock and mud slides occur from time to time during Tibet rainy season. A full or partial refund will not be issued should the itinerary be interrupted by weather conditions or natural disasters.
5. Culture: Participants are expected to be mindful and respectful of the local culture and traditions. Participants must walk clockwise when visiting temples, chapels, pagodas and similar structures. When in doubt, please consult your guide prior to
engaging in a culturally or spiritually sensitive activity.
6. Safety issues: Tibet is considered a safe place with friendly inhabitants; however, it is recommended that participants are aware of their surroundings and guard their valuables. Exploring areas in pairs or as a group is advisable to avoid unforeseen dangers.
Lhasa – Yamdrok Lake – Shigatse – Tashilhunpo Monastery – Rongbu Monastery – Mt. Everest – Yangpachen – Namtso Lake
Tour Route Plan:
D1 Arrival in Lhasa
D2 Application for a local motorcycle driver’s license
D3 Potala- Jokhang Temple- Barkhor Street- Sera Monastery
D4 Lhasa-Yamdrok Lake-Karola Glacier-Gyantse-Shigatse (365KM)
D5 Shigatse-Tashilhunpo Monastery -Lhatse- Tingri (240KM)
D6 Tingri-Rongbuk monastery -Tingri (230KM)
D7 Tingri- Lhatse- Shigatse (240KM)
D8 Shigatse-Yangpachen-Damxung (350KM)
D9 Namtso Lake-Damxung-Yangpachen-Lhasa (300KM)
D10 Departure from Lhasa
Important Health Considerations:
Participants with any of the following conditions, you should not travel to a high altitude area of more than 3,000 meters: