Mount Everest is the highest mountain whose peak is 8848 meters above sea level. The international border between China and Nepal runs across the precise summit point. It attracts numerous tourists at home and abroad as well as swarms of experienced mountaineers every year.
The best time to visit Mt. Everest for travelers is from April to May and September to October. Most of them choose to start from Lhasa and then drive all the way to the Everest Base Camp (EBC, at an elevation of 5200 meters). Gyantse and Shigatse are absolutely 2 must-go cities with profound culture and history. Tourists could also visit Yamdroktso Lake, Karola Glacier and Tashilhunpo Monastery on the way. After the amazing Mt. Everest tour, they can either return to Lhasa or go westward to Nepal.
As the biggest star for Tibet travel, Mt.Everest is the ultimate fantasy for all travelers. To admire the world’s highest peak in Tibet, you need to book a guided tour through a local Tibet travel agency and get Tibet Travel Permit and Alien’s Travel Permit for the visit.
Please follow our guide below to learn how to get all of them.
It is mentioned countless times in our website that foreigners traveling in Tibet need to apply for various kinds of permits. Then what documents are required when planning a trip to Mt. Everest? Because this mountain is situated in China’s border area, every foreign traveler needs to apply for at least two permits.
To visit Mount Everest in Tibet, you need to have Tibet Travel Permit and Alien’s Travel Permit. The former allows you to enter Tibet legally while the latter permits you to visit restricted regions like Everest Base Camp.
For our clients, you may enjoy our free service to get Tibet Permit before heading to Lhasa. As you leave Lhasa for EBC, our Tibetan guide will help you get Alien’s Travel Permit in Shigatse.
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