A young entrepreneur in Nepal plans to set up the world’s highest cyber cafe.
Tsering Gyalzen hopes the internet facility at Mount Everest base camp will open by March.



Proceeds from the venture will support pollution control at the camp, which is used by climbers hoping to scale the world’s highest peak.



Mr Gyalzen, a member of the Sherpa community, says launch plans for the ambitious project are in the final stage.



He is awaiting permission from the authorities to install VSAT digital satellite and other equipment at the base camp, which is over 5,000 metres above sea level.