Shishapangma Trek ibet Trek , Trekking in Tibet , Trekking to Tibet
Shishapangma Trek in Tibet is hidden from Nepal by the Himalayan range. Shishapangma Trekking offers you most remote and most scenic trips in all of Tibet. Uniqueness of Tibet Shishapangma hiking is that the high altitude walk is a little easier as there are no major passes to ascend. However, the landscape and scenery along the way rivals any other Himalayan Trek. The lack of other tourist along the way also makes this journey even more rewarding. The beautiful weather during the day, yet rain at night, allows for a wondrous walk through lush meadows and blossoming wildflowers.
We offer you awe-inspiring Shishapangma trek which will allow you to visit the historic city of Lhasa. This wondrous city is generally regarded as the heart of Tibet and is filled with unparalleled history, culture, adventure and beauty. These are the major attraction of Tibet Trekking. The numerous temples and monasteries surrounding the city allow travelers to experience Tibetan Buddhism first hand. A visit to these ancient monasteries will leave you with a sense of astonishment for years to come!
Day by day Itinerary [Click here for detailed Itineray]
Day 01 - Welcome to Kathmandu.
Day 02 - Kathmandu Valley guided sightseeing.
Day 03 - Kathmandu to Nyalam.
Day 04 - Rest Day/ Acclimatization.
Day 05 - Trek to Draabochhan [4110m] .
Day 06 - Trek to Shingdip [4560m] .
Day 07 - Trek to Base Camp [4980m] .
Day 08 - Trek to Draabochhan [4110m].
Day 09 - Trek to Nyalam [3780m].
Day 10 - Drive to Lhatse.
Day 11 - Drive to Shigatse [3900m] .
Day 12 - Drive to Gyantse [3950m].
Day 13 - Drive to Lhasa .
Day 15 - In Lhasa.
Day 16 - Fly Lhasa to Kathmandu.
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