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Lodging in tents is available at Qomolangma (Everest) Base Camp.
Lodging in tents is available at Jomolangma (Everest) Base Camp.

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Qomolangma National Nature Reserve, also known by the names Mt Everest and Jomolangma, is in Tibet, China.


Mt Qomolangma, also known as Mt Everest, is the world's highest peak at 8,850m.



Flora and fauna


The best season to visit is May to October, but the peak is often covered in clouds from July to August. Snow can be found on the Tingri Route areound October.

Get in

There are two treking routes as well as an access road for Land Cruisers (which can be arranged in Lhasa or Shigatse).

  • Peruche Route - Shelkar - Checkpoint on Friendship Hwy - 200m after 5145m Marker on Friendship Hwy - Chay Village - Pang La Pass - Peruche Village - Paksum village - Choesang Village - Rongbuk Monastery - Jomolangma (Everest) Base Camp (this route mainly follows the roadway to Base Camp from the Friendship Hwy)
  • Tingri Route - Tingri - Lungjang Village - Lamma La Pass - Zommug Village - Rongbuk Monastery - Jomolangma (Everest) Base Camp (recommend a guide for this trek)


Permits cost 元65 per person and 元405 per vehicle and are purchased at Shelkar, Tingri or Chay Village.

Get around


  • Rongbuk Monastery (Dzarongpu Gompa) - located at the foot of the glaciers on north face of Mt Qomolangma, highest monastery in the world.
  • Jomolangma (Everest) Base Camp - start location for climbers up the north side of Mt. Jomolangma.







Staying at private houses is the most common practice. At Rongbuk Monastery, lodging is available but bring your own food.


Lodging in tents is available at Jomolangma (Everest) Base Camp.


Stay safe

Get out

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