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Upgraded team to help clean Tibetan mountains

Time: 21-01-2019 This Article is Composed by BudgetTibetTour

View of Mt. Everest
View of Mt. Everest

The Tibet Mountaineering Team has been upgraded to the national level China Mountaineering Team (Tibet) and will perform large-scale cleanup activities this year. It marks the first time remains of mountaineering victims above 8,000 meters will be recovered on Mt. Everest.

As part of the campaign, victims' remains will be brought down from the mountain when possible, according to Nyima Tsering, the team captain.

Moreover, the region plans to reduce by about one-third the amount of climbers permitted in 2019 on the northern slope of Mt. Everest, known as Mount Everest in the West, to better fight pollution.

Tibet has issues a series of policies to protect the environment of Mt. Everest.

From last year, Tourism Authorities in Tibet Autonomous Region of China introduced environmentally friendly electric vehicles to the Mt. Everest National Park and plan to gradually ban non-electric vehicles in this place in the near future.

Since December 5, 2018, any units and individuals were prohibited from entering the core area of the Mt. Everest (the areas above Rongbuk Monastery), and tourists can visit the views of Mt. Everest in Rongbuk Monastery and nearby due to the need to protect the environment. (Rongbuk Monastery is also one of the best places to see the view of Mt. Everest)

Mount Everest attracts thousands of tourists every year. The Mount Everest Base Camp received more than 140,000 tourists last year and lots of rubbish will be produced accordingly. Due to the special location, it is more difficult to clean up these area, so it is necessary to take more acts to protect the environment of Mt. Everest.

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I'm interested in the 14 day trip from Lhasa to Nepal trip. In in January or February would be great. how much would that be? is there space?

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Greetings from Nancy at Budget Tibet Tour, thanks for visiting our website and sending your inquiry. Sorry we do not have any group tour in Jan or Feb to Kailash as there will be heavy snow and the road will be blocked, and also the area would be closed, and no one do the business there, no hotel, no restaurants there. So from Nov to March we would not send any groups there.
If you would like to do this tour, you must plan it from April to Oct. and at present we have the group tour in next 6th May and 29th May, and we will have more available date in future. if you are interested in joining in this, please kindly let me know. Best regards.

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