Tibet, Mt. Everest, Nepal Overland
Here is not only a great deal financially, but an adventure that might be too good to pass up as well. Join me and the folks at Plateau Photo Tours for Lhasa, Mt. Everest, Nepal…overland! Yep, you heard right, we are going on a jeep trek from Lhasa, Tibet to the Mt Everest Base Camp and then on into Nepal to Kathmandu over the famed Friendship Highway. This is not your run of the mill trip. We will be traveling through some of the most amazing country on the planet – the tallest mountains in the world, amazing alpine lakes and culture that is still traditional and photogenic. Here is what Brian Hirschy of Plateau Photo Tours writes about this trip:
The overland route connecting Lhasa, Tibet with Kathmandu, Nepal is one of the most beautiful and and amazing land routes in all of Asia. Covering a distance of 600 miles, this workshop will take us from the modern Tibetan capital of Lhasa to pristine high altitude lakes, winding ancient rivers, beautiful farming valleys, Everest Base Camp and over the Himalaya Mountain passes to Kathmandu. We will be visiting the most famous monasteries and temples in all of Tibet and will spend 15 days in the unique Himalayan culture. Join us on the Roof of the World to get up close and personal with Himalayan culture and the adventure of a lifetime!
I love Nepal – and I gotta tell you, it is a spectacular place to photograph. At this price just hanging out in Nepal would be a good value, but to do an overland from Lhasa with a stop over at the Everest Base Camp is, well at the risk of sounding cliche, a trip of a lifetime! Plateau Photo Tours has priced this one to sell. I know, I know I am starting to sound like a car salesman, but I am excited. But wait! There is more…just kidding, I had to throw that line in.
Actually there is more. This trip is sponsored by Think Tank Photo and BlackRapid camera straps and whenever sponsors are in the mix, people will be going home with some shiny new toys. But in the word of Mr Gump, “That’s all I have to say about that.” For now.
To learn more about this trip (and others I will be instructing) go to my new workshop pages HERE.