Tibet Overland Tour Package Price & Itinerary 2018

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Most popular `Overland Trip’ for Kathmandu / Lhasa. Includes an option for travel either direction with 5 days spent traveling on the road. You will climb several high passes over 5,000m and travel parallel to the Himalayan range. The perfect mix of cultural and natural immersion in the tradition of the nomadic people of Tibet.

Tibet – Lhasa overland tours are evenly charm in cultural position of views with ample of opportunities of exploration to age-old monasteries and caves along with the Visit to  historical towns includes of Lhasa,


Day by Day Itinerary

After breakfast, we drive to Via 4wd jeep through the black-topped road to the newly opened friendship new bridge at the Nepal and Tibet Border in the Rasuwagadhi in the kerung border of Nepal and China.we will the1st village of the Tibet is Kerung in about t 2 hours and overnight guest house.

 

 

Day drive uphill to the highest plateau of the world with the typical view of Tibetan landscape offering sheer feeling of standing on the room of the world crossing over LALUNGLA (5050 m), from where, weather permitting, breathtaking panorama of beautiful Himalayan ranges including MT CHO OYU (8201 M) & MT XISHAPANGMA (8012 M) but dwarfed by the vastness of the Tibetan plateau. From TINGRI, one can enjoy the magnificence of MT.EVEREST (8848 M). Overnight at Guest House, Lhatse.

 

Continue scenic drive crossing over GYATCHU LA (5220 M), the highest pass en route to LHASA via Lhatse from where a road to MT KAILASH bifurcates to the west. Overnight at Guest, Sigatse.

 

Morning sightseeing to the PANCHEN LAMA’S TASHILUMPU MONASTERY, Drive to GYANTSE and visit the KUMBUM STUPA & PHALKOR MONASTERY. Overnight at hotel, Gyantse.

 

Full day picturesque drive crossing over KAROLA(5010 M), KAMBALA (4794 M), colorful YAMDROK LAKE and Tibetan lifeline river BRAHMA PUTRA (YARLUNG TSANGPO)-Overnight at a hotel, Lhasa.

 

Guide and interpreter will lead you through several of Lhasa’s many monasteries. The first one we will visit is Sera Monastery, a fifteenth-century sprawl of golden roofs and whitewashed walls. This well-preserved monastery is located just a few miles north of Lhasa and is home to several hundred monks. In the afternoon we will visit the summer palace of the Dalai Lama, Norbulingka, as well as the Jokhang Temple. This temple is the most revered shrine in all of Tibet and is constantly bustling with devout worshippers. In the evening we stroll around in Barker, the crowded central market of Lhasa.

 

A trip to Tibet would not be complete without experiencing the vital Potala Palace. This palace is Lhasa’s cardinal landmark and is a wonder of eastern architecture. Your first site of this massive structure will be a magical moment remembered for years to come. It has been a palace since the fifth or sixth century and was once home to the Dalai Lama. This truly amazing day will be ended with a visit to the Drepung Monastery. Once the world’s largest monastery, housing 10,000 monks, Drepung monastery lies hidden in rocky ridges just 5 km beyond the city. Surprisingly much of the building was left untouched throughout the Cultural Revolution. This is the last day for acclimatization in Lhasa before we continue the journey.

 

Early in the morning drive to Gongger Airport then fly from Lhasa (3660m) to Kathmandu, Pick up from Kathmandu airport and transfer to the Hotel.

 

What's Included?

Service includes

Transportation bus /jeep as per group size. Tibet travel permit. English speaking Tibetan guide. Accommodation on twin sharing room basis. Sightseeing and monastery entrance fees as per our itinerary. Daily breakfast. Hotel-airport-hotel transfer in Lhasa. fly back toKathmandu  

Service excludes

Client and travel insurance. Lunch and dinner. Personal expenses such as a drink, tips& etc. Nepal re-entry visa fee
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