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Tibet Overland - Tour to Everest Basecamp & Ancient Lhasa

Fly Over the Top of Everest; Explore the Ancient Buddhist City of Lhasa; Travel Across the Tibetan Plateau; Drive to Everest Basecamp. All In Just 12 Days.

Interested? Please contact us: info@summittrek.com

 

The Tibetan side of Everest from the Chinese basecamp at 5200 metres. This is a photo you could take (Franck Pitula).

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A shepherd girl near Tingri. Hanging around in town, herding sheep, bringing her kids to the local school. (Photo: J. Otto)

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Students at the Chun Zom School near Everest

(D.L. Mazur).

Tibet Overland Cost

Price includes flight over the summit of Everest. Our 14th Tibetan overland Trip!

* Our “full-service” trek includes:

1. Cost includes a very experienced and qualified British, European, or American leader;
2. Organizer: Jon Christian Otto, fluent Chinese speaker, Tibet and China Expert, with 10 years Himalayan trekking and climbing experience.
3. Tibetan-English speaking guides and tours for the group (we are also able to provide Tibetan French and German speakers).
4. Licensed transport by bus to Kathmandu from Lhasa, for you and your bags, including accommodation and meals in Tibet.
5. Flight from Kathmandu to Lhasa, across the Himalaya, with views of Everest, for you and 23 kilos of your luggage.
6. Three hot meals per day throughout the journey. Shared sleeping accommodations in Tibet.
 7. Your trip includes 2 free Kathmandu hotel nights at the beginning and two free Kathmandu hotel nights at the end of the trip. You will be sharing. If you want your own single room, the cost is an aditional $32 per night and for extra nights $65per person for single occupancy. Please bring extra cash to pay for your extra nights and / or your single supplement. This a clean and comfortable "two-star" hotel. We use good quality hot water hotels in a central neighborhood, near many tasty restaurants, and excellent mountain equipment and gift shopping, as well as our trekking and mountain climbing office where we meet before and after the adventure.

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The Potala Palace, probably the most famous building in all of Buddhist Asia. Photo J.C. Otto.

Tibetan-English Speaking Guides and Tours for the Group

(we are also able to provide Tibetan French and German speakers). Our trained guides will explain everything in extensive and historical/geographical detail to you, as they lead you on tours of famous historic sites and explain the goings-on as you drive through villages, past Everest, and through the Tibetan plateau.

Professional Drivers and Licensed Tourist Transport:

All of our vehicles in Tibet are licensed by the Tibetan Government and operated by trained Tibetans at the wheel. In Nepal we use government licensed drivers and transport as well.

Cooks and Food: On the road we eat in the best quality local restaurants possible. In villages and cities, we eat in the hotel restaurants, or dine in one of the many cafes and restaurants. Food is freshly prepared, with your choice of fresh vegetables, potatoes, rice, bread, eggs, and meats.

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The Happy Tea Shop serves hearty meals, freshly prepared. (Photo D.L. Mazur)

Flight: The cost of your tour includes a flight from Kathmandu to Lhasa over the top of Mt. Everest, for you and 23 kilos of your baggage. You will be flying in a jumbo-jet, and lunch is served along the way. This is probably one of the most spectacular flights you will ever take, with incredible views of Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, Cho-Oyu, Kangchenjunga and even Shishapangma, Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, and Manaslu.

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Our trip to Lhasa begins with a spectacular jumbo-jet flight directly over Mt. Everest (J. Otto). After relaxing and exploring Lhasa, we continue our expedition, driving across the Tibetan Plateau to Kathmandu (Franck Pitula).

Safety: Our overland tour will be accompanied by an extensive medical kit, and there are doctors, health clinics and hospitals enroute, should you require special attention.

Communications: In Kathmandu, Gyantse, Shigatse, Shegar and Lhasa, it is now possible to find an internet cafe where you can check your email and stay in touch with loved ones at home. In addition, most villages and all cities have "ISD-telephones" where you may ring any international number.

Cooks and Food: On the road we eat in the best quality local restaurants possible. In villages and cities, we eat in the hotel restaurants, or dine in one of the many cafes and restaurants. Food is freshly prepared, with your choice of fresh vegetables, potatoes, rice, bread, eggs, and meats.

Hotel: Your trip includes 2 free Kathmandu hotel nights at the beginning and two free Kathmandu hotel nights at the end of the trip. You will be sharing. If you want your own single room, the cost is an aditional $32 per night (during the included four free hotel nights) and for extra nights $65 per person for single occupancy. Please bring extra cash to pay for your extra nights and / or your single supplement. We often stay at the comfortable three star Hotel Shakti. Its an excellent and classic hotel surrounded by green gardens and located in the heart of the city action near many delicious restaurants, the city's best mountain equipment shopping, and abundant nightlife all within a few minutes walk. The Shakti also offers lots of entertaining day trip (and night outing) options such as city tours, walking tours, rock climbing, mountain biking, wild game safaris, horse back riding, art classes, volunteer opportunities at orphanages, hospitals, schools, women's centres, bird watching, cooking classes, sport fishing, day peak climbing, herbal medicine seminars, day hikes, pottery classes, car tours, sightseeing, temple tours, henna handpainting classes, massage, swimming, beauty salon, motorbiking, yoga retreats, river rafting, painting classes, golf, language courses, kayaking, writing seminars, bungie jumping, religious worship, canyoning, hot tubs, health club, saunas, fitness center, spa treatments, Mount Kailash Treks, night clubs, meditation retreats, gourmet restaurants, cultural dance performances, wine tasting, pedicures and manicures, casino gambling, barber shop, discotheques, airport transfers, Scenic flights around Mount Everest and much much more.

Tibet Overland Itinerary


PROBABLE DAY-BY-DAY ITINERARY FOR TIBET OVERLAND TOUR IN APRIL, MAY, AND OCTOBER.

 


 


APRIL TOUR

1.

3 April

(Sunday) Arrive Kathmandu Airport. Purchase Nepal Visa. Meet our staff. Relax in Hotel. Meet group (1,300 meters).

2.

4 April

Tour Kathmandu - Bring passport to Chinese Embassy, for Visa. City Tour, visit temples, shopping, explore.

3.

5 April

(Tuesday) Early morning flight to Lhasa (3650m), over the top of Mount Everest, a spectacular event. Hotel.

4.

6 April

Rest and all day touring around Lhasa, capital city of Tibet. Visit temples, and explore this ancient city. Hotel.

5.

7 April

All day touring around Lhasa, capital city of Tibet. Visit temples, and explore this ancient city. Hotel.

6.

8 April

Drive through the Kara La pass, with 7000 metre peaks, and sacred blue lake of Yamdrok Tso, to Gyantse, 3950m. Explore the ancient city, Hotel.

7.

9 April

Drive to Shigatse, 3650 metres. Explore this ancient city. Hotel.

8.

10 April

Drive to Shegar (4350 metres). Hotel.

9.

11 April

Drive to Everest basecamp at 5200 metres, take photos, return to Tingri (4200m). Hotel.

10.

12 April

Drive to Kathmandu. Welcome back!

11.

13 April

Relax all day in Kathmandu. Shopping, saying goodbye to new friends, Farewell Banquet.

12.

14 April

Fly back to your home country.


 


 


MAY TOUR

1.

1 May

(Sunday) Arrive Kathmandu Airport. Purchase Nepal Visa. Meet our staff. Relax in Hotel. Meet group (1,300 meters).

2.

2 May

Tour Kathmandu - Bring passport to Chinese Embassy, for Visa. City Tour, visit temples, shopping, explore.

3.

3 May

(Tuesday) Early morning flight to Lhasa (3650m), over the top of Mount Everest, a spectacular event. Hotel.

4.

4 may

Rest and all day touring around Lhasa, capital city of Tibet. Visit temples, and explore this ancient city. Hotel.

5.

5 May

All day touring around Lhasa, capital city of Tibet. Visit temples, and explore this ancient city. Hotel.

6.

6 May

Drive through the Kara La pass, with 7000 metre peaks, and sacred blue lake of Yamdrok Tso, to Gyantse, 3950m. Explore the ancient city, Hotel.

7.

7 May

Drive to Shigatse, 3650 metres. Explore this ancient city. Hotel.

8.

8 May

Drive to Shegar (4350 metres). Hotel.

9.

9 May

Drive to Everest basecamp at 5200 metres, take photos, return to Tingri (4200m). Hotel.

10.

10 May

Drive to Kathmandu. Welcome back!

11.

11 May

Relax all day in Kathmandu. Shopping, saying goodbye to new friends, Farewell Banquet.

12.

12 May

Fly back to your home country.


 


 


OCTOBER TOUR

1.

9 October

(Sunday) Arrive Kathmandu Airport. Purchase Nepal Visa. Meet our staff. Relax in Hotel. Meet group (1,300 meters).

2.

10 October

Tour Kathmandu - Bring passport to Chinese Embassy, for Visa. City Tour, visit temples, shopping, explore.

3.

11 October

(Tuesday) Early morning flight to Lhasa (3650m), over the top of Mount Everest, a spectacular event. Hotel.

4.

12 October

Rest and all day touring around Lhasa, capital city of Tibet. Visit temples, and explore this ancient city. Hotel.

5.

13 October

All day touring around Lhasa, capital city of Tibet. Visit temples, and explore this ancient city. Hotel.

6.

14 October

Drive through the Kara La pass, with 7000 metre peaks, and sacred blue lake of Yamdrok Tso, to Gyantse, 3950m. Explore the ancient city, Hotel.

7.

15 October

Drive to Shigatse, 3650 metres. Explore this ancient city. Hotel.

8.

16 October

Drive to Shegar (4350 metres). Hotel.

9.

17 October

Drive to Everest basecamp at 5200 metres, take photos, return to Tingri (4200m). Hotel.

10.

18 October

Drive to Kathmandu. Welcome back!

11.

19 October

Relax all day in Kathmandu. Shopping, saying goodbye to new friends, Farewell Banquet.

12.

20 October

Fly back to your home country.

 

Tibet Overland Route Description

Detailed Description

Our trip begins in the ancient and colorful city of Kathmandu, and our staff will personally meet your flight at Tribhuvan airport. We stay in a comfortable, simple, clean hotel, and sample some of the tasty Nepalese, Tibetan and Western-Style cuisine. During our 2 days in Kathmandu, there is lots to see and do, while we await the processing of our Chinese visas. We shall finalize our arrangements, and take some time out for trinket hunting, with planned visits to explore the 17th century splendors of the Monkey Temple, the Durbar Square and old Kings Palace, as well as the ancient city of Patan.

After obtaining our Chinese visas, early in the morning we take a 1 hour flight in a jet, exactly over Mt. Everest and the spine of the Himalaya, arriving in Tibet's capital city of Lhasa. In the past, we have had some fabulous views out of the plane windows during this flight.

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A colorful parade and festivities could add to our enjoyment of Lhasa. (Photo: D.L. Mazur)

This is our 17th visit to Lhasa since 1986, when the city was briefly opened to individual travelers for a few months, then quickly closed again. At 3,650 meters of elevation, Lhasa was established around 600 AD on the banks of the Brahmaputra River. The heart of the city is centered around the Jokhang Temple, the most sacred building in all of Tibet.

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Buddhist pilgrims from Amdo region circumambulating the Jokhang Temple in the Barkhor market. Photo: J. Otto.

Our comfortable, simple, clean, hotel is just near the Jokhang palace and the famous Barkhor Market, where you can shop for exotic handicrafts and religious art from all across Tibet, China, and Buddhist India.

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We will have a chance to dine very well at our hotel. Photo: D. L. Mazur

We will have a good wander through the streets of Lhasa, and take a refreshing walk through the fabulously massive Potala Palace.

Built on a hill in 1645, using the remains of older palaces and fortresses, the Potala has untold dark hallways, with steep narrow stairways, and rooms filled with more gold then you will probably ever see anywhere else.

We will spend a few days in Lhasa resting and exploring the beautiful and spacious city. Then, we will board our bus and drive past the sacred Yamdrok Tso, and on to the Kara La Pass, directly past large busy glaciers and 7000 metre peaks, to the ancient city of Gyangtse (3950 metres), where we will stay in a hotel.

One of Tibet's crystal blue sacred lakes. Otto collection.

The following morning, we will drive to Shigatse at 3650 metres, the second largest city in Tibet, with a famous Monastery. The road winds along the massive Brahmaputra River, past traditional warren-like Tibetan farm towns. I Shigatse, we will have a look around and try to visit the 15th century Tashilunpo Monastery, the largest active monastic institution in Tibet. Monks in maroon robes seem to be everywhere, going about their daily chores, praying, and practicing ceremonial music performances.

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The Tashilunpo Monastery in Shigatse, where more than 700 monks live and worship in the Buddhist religion. (Photo: J. Otto)

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A Tibetan farmer brings his goods to market on the road near Shegar. (Photo D.L. Mazur)

Next we drive to 4350 metre high Shegar, where an ancient fortress protects the town.

Yaks being loaded at basecamp on the Tibetan side of Everest at 5200 metres. Our bus will take us up here. This is a photo you could take (Thomas Haines).

The next morning, we drive to Everest basecamp at 5200 m, take photos, then return to the 4200 metre-hiogh village of Tingri, where we stay in a guesthouse. In the morning we set off early and drive back to Kathmandu, where we have time for last-minute shopping, celebration and exchanging addresses with our new friends before departing for home.

 

 

 

Tibet Overland Leadership

Organization: During this full-service expedition, you will benefit from the organization provided by Dan Mazur. He is a relaxed, friendly and well organized person, and a highly-skilled professional with years of experience in getting people to the summit and back down with the highest attention to safety. He has been leading and organizing successful and safe overland, trekking, and mountaineering expeditions for over 20 years, to Tibet, Nepal, Tadjikistan, Pakistan, India, China, Africa, and North America. For more about Dan, please "click" on the Leadership link

Tibet Overland Personal & Team Equipment

Below is a detailed list of equipment you need to bring for the Tibet Overland Trek and at the bottom is a description of team equipment that we bring for you. (Click the links below to go directly to that section of the personal equipment list or just scroll down):

Where should I purchase my equipment?
Please "click here" to view our list of recommendations on where to purchase kit.

Upper Body-

  • 1 cotton t-shirt;
  • 1 cotton long sleeved shirt;
  • 1 polypropylene warm but light thermal long shirt;
  • 1 fleece jacket;
  • 1 wind/waterproof jacket with hood; back to top

Hands-

  • 1 pr. warm poly thermal gloves, with plastic wind shell (the latter is optional);

Head-

  • 1 cotton sun hat;
  • 1 cotton head scarf;
  • 1 fleece balaclava or very warm hat;
  • 1 head torch with extra battery; back to top

Lower Body-

  • 2 pr. cotton underwear briefs;
  • 1 cotton walking shorts;
  • 1 cotton long trousers;
  • 1 polypropylene warm but light thermal leggings;
  • 1 pr. fleece/pile/trousers;
  • 1 pr. wind/waterproof trousers;

Your clothing should be kept dry using waterproof stuff sacks, bin-liners, or large plastic bags. back to top

Feet-

  • 2 pr. cotton socks;
  • 1 pr. sandals for use in hotel;
  • 2 pr. med. polypropylene thermal socks;
  • 1 pr. sturdy, 100% leather, top-quality trekking boots with good ankle support ("broken-in" please);
  • 1 pr. trainers, lightweight running shoes for trekking on flat, easy trails;


Sleeping-

  • 1 sleeping bag (good to -10 degrees C or 10 degrees F);
  • At least 1 closed cell foam kari-mats. We do not recommend inflatable mats, as we have never seen one not puncture. You can buy these non inflatable mats very inexpensively in Kathmandu. Why carry foam mats around the world, when you can purchase them inexpensively in Kathmandu?

Your sleeping bags should be kept dry using waterproof stuff sacks, bin-liners, or large plastic bags. back to top

Rucksack and Travel Bags-

  • 1 medium backpack (40-60 liters, can be used for airplane carry);
  • 1 large kit-travel bag with lock (80-100 liters for checked bag); back to top

Personal Hygiene-

  • 1 toothpaste/brush;
  • 1 bar soap/1 small towel;
  • female or male hygiene supplies;
  • 1 set earplugs;

Medical-

Medications are inexpensive and readily available in Kathmandu with no doctor's prescription.

  • 1 bottle water-treatment tablets;
  • 2 tubes lip sun cream, 1 tube skin sun cream (min.factor 15);
  • anti-mosquito cream;
  • 1 skin blister repair kit;
  • 1 bottle anti-diarrhea pills;
  • 1 bottle anti-headache pills;
  • 1 bottle cough and/or cold medicine;
  • 1 small bottle stomach antibiotic: Ciprofloxacin, etc.;
  • 1 bottle anti-altitude sickness pills: Diamox, Acetylzolamide;
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Personal Food-

On the trek we supply plenty of food for you and cook 3 hot meals each day. This food will consist of soup, local cheese & sausage, biscuits, dried noodles, potatoes, rice, porridge, butter, dried and tinned vegetables, fruit, meats, and fish, tea with milk and sugar, powdered juice drink, and drinking chocolate. Our sherpas will be carrying this food to the higher camps.

  • We ask each member to bring their own imported daily snack and energy foods. We do not provide cold “snack” food such as chocolate or "energy-bars". We ask that you bring or buy your own "snack" or daily cold energy food, 2 kilos/4 pounds, is a good amount. A growing variety of imported foods such as European and American cheeses, chocolates, biscuits, cookies, nuts, and locally made power-bars are now available in Kathmandu, at realistic prices. However, imported power bars, GU, re-hydration drinks, dehydrated food, "freeze-dried meals", imported cheese and sausage are not available. If you want these items, you must bring them from your home country. Many of our members, especially Britons, Europeans, and Australians with tiny baggage allowances, now purchase their daily snacks in Kathmandu. Our schedule in Kathmandu allows plenty of time for shopping.

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  • 1 water filter;
  • 1 bathing suit/swimming costume (you never know);
  • 1 telescoping ski stick/pole (3 section);
  • 1 pr. glacier sunglasses (with side shields). For eyeglass wearers, prescription glacier glasses are best and are available inexpensively in Kathmandu with your prescription for just $40. Please order in advance if you are interested;
  • extra prescription glasses, contact lens supplies. Contact lens wearers, please bring glasses in case of emergency. A new pair could be quickly made in Kathmandu for just $20. Please order in advance if you are interested;
  • 1 litre water bottle;
  • 1 small roll of repair tape, 1 sewing repair kit;
  • 1 cigarette lighter, 1 small box matches;
  • 1 compass, 1 small multi-purpose knife;
  • 1 battery powered alarm clock/watch;
  • 1 camera and film or digital camera with spare cards;
  • 4 large, waterproof, disposable rubbish sacks;
  • passport, 2 extra passport photos, flight ticket, flight itinerary;
  • separate photocopies of passport and relevant visa pages, proof of insurance;
  • Dollars, Pounds or Euros cash for purchasing Nepalese visa at Kathmandu airport, for paying for restaurants and hotels, for gratuities, snacks, and to purchase your own drinks and gifts;
  • Credit cards (bring a photocopy of your cards), traveler's checks, etc;
  • Please be sure and bring your patience and try to keep an open, relaxed, positive and friendly attitude as travelling in this part of the world may be very different than what you are used to, but things always seem to fall into place at the last moment. Thank you.

This is not an exhaustive list. Please submit other equipment concerns and suggestions. Thank you. back to top

Group Equipment:

We provide a plethora of top-quality, and time-tested equipment, group gear, and supplies, including: trekking tents; cookers, fuel, high-altitude food, walkie-talkie radios, bamboo marker wands, etcetera. Please see the group EQUIPMENT link, in the menu bars above to study what we bring for your use and safety.

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Please submit any equipment questions or concerns to: info@summittrek.com

Tibet Overland - Your Experience & Training

Team Member Experience: All members are required to be very fit and active walkers. No further experience is required. It is also required that all members will have an awareness of altitude sickness, frostbite, and the recognition of their symptoms, prevention, and treatment. Additionally, and perhaps most importantly, members need to join with a spirit of friendship, teamwork and cooperation, and be ready to work with the group and be a good "team-player".

Fitness and Health: To participate in this expedition you must be a very fit and active walker in good health. Prior to joining our group, please see your doctor and obtain the necessary permission and advice, as well as medications for travel in extremes of altitude, and also for exotic locales. Note: You can purchase all necessary medicines inexpensively with no doctor's prescription in Kathmandu. Make sure you have physically trained yourself very thoroughly before joining this trek to the base of the highest mountain in the world. We look forward to trekking together with you!


Tibet Overland - US Members Application

What questions do you have? Please ask as many questions as possible. This helps us to have a proper conversation so we can better understand one-another's expectations, so you will have a very safe, enjoyable, and successful trek. Thank you. Before completing the application forms, please be sure to carefully study the Tibet Overland "Questions" website for information regarding flights, payment, team members, application forms, insurance, etcetera: Tibet Overland Frequently Asked Questions.

Below you should find a pdf or MS document containing the application pro forma. Are you able to read it? When all of your questions have been answered to your satisfaction, please print out the application and return it to us with your refundable ten-percent deposit, to hold your place in our team. Would you please just post it to us at the mailing address you will find on the form? Thank you very much. If you decide not to go, your deposit will be refunded according to our refund policy. Your registration and the final payment must be completed two months prior to the expedition starting date. Thank you very much.

Click here to download PDF Form for US Trekking Applicant

If you do not have an Adobe PDF reader, please obtain it here

Here is a checklist of what we need to have in your file at least two months before the trip begins. We encourage you to send an electronic scan of all of the below documents, please be sure they are signed. Thank you:

[ ] Completed Payment,
[ ] Trip Registration Form (part of 4 page form),
[ ] Signed Participant Release and Acknowledgement of Risk (part of 4 page form),
[ ] Signed Terms and Conditions of Booking (part of 4 page form),
[ ] Signed Medical Form (part of 4 page form),
[ ] 2 Passport-Sized Photos (name printed on back side),
[ ] Exact photocopy of passport identification pages,
[ ] Exact photocopy of complete flight itinerary,
[ ] Proof of mountain rescue and repatriation insurance,
[ ] Proof of travel, accident, and repatriation insurance (cancellation insurance is advised).

Please do let us know what further questions you may have about the registration process, or anything else for that matter. Thank you.

Welcome to our team.

Tibet Overland - International Members Application

What questions do you have? Please ask as many questions as possible. This helps us to have a proper conversation so we can better understand one-another's expectations, so you will have a very safe, enjoyable, and successful trek. Thank you. Before completing the application forms, please be sure to carefully study the Tibet Overland "Questions" website for information regarding flights, payment, team members, application forms, insurance, etcetera: Tibet Overland Frequently Asked Questions.

Below you should find a pdf or MS document containing the application pro forma. Are you able to read it? When all of your questions have been answered to your satisfaction, please print out the application and return it to us with your refundable ten-percent deposit, to hold your place in our team. Would you please just post it to us at the mailing address you will find on the form? Thank you very much. If you decide not to go, your deposit will be refunded according to our refund policy. Your registration and the final payment must be completed two months prior to the expedition starting date. Thank you very much.

Click here to download PDF Form for International Trekking Applicants

 

If you do not have an Adobe PDF reader, please obtain it here

Here is a checklist of what we need to have in your file at least two months before the trip begins. We encourage you to send an electronic scan of all of the below documents, please be sure they are signed. Thank you:

[ ] Completed Payment,
[ ] Trip Registration Form (part of 4 page form),
[ ] Signed Participant Release and Acknowledgement of Risk (part of 4 page form),
[ ] Signed Terms and Conditions of Booking (part of 4 page form),
[ ] Signed Medical Form (part of 4 page form),
[ ] 2 Passport-Sized Photos (name printed on back side),
[ ] Exact photocopy of passport identification pages,
[ ] Exact photocopy of complete flight itinerary,
[ ] Proof of mountain rescue and repatriation insurance,
[ ] Proof of travel, accident, and repatriation insurance (cancellation insurance is advised).

Please do let us know what further questions you may have about the registration process, or anything else for that matter. Thank you.
Welcome to our team.

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