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TTCS: 7-Day Lhasa to Kathmandu Overland Tour
Tour Type: Private Tour: Flexible Travel Date & Travel Routes
Guide & Driver: English-speaking guide & air-conditioned
Tour Highlights:
    • Marvel at two incredible UNESCO World Heritage Sites including Potala Place and Jokhang Temple
    • See one of the three sacred lakes of Tibet - Yamdrok Lake
    • Face the challenging visit to Mount Everest Base Camp
    • Perfect choice to visit both Tibet & Nepal
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  Day 1 Arrive in Lhasa by plane or by train Sincere greetings & airport or railway station-hotel transfer.

You may take train or air plane to Tibet from Nepal or China Mainland, at the monument you land Tibet, you will be welcome by our hospitality tour guide by saying Tashidelek, and offer a white and holy scurf. Then your whole trip in Tibet will be safe and being blessed. then a thoroughly rest in hotel is necessary and our professional tour guide will inform you Do and Don't to protect yourself being suffering from High altitude sickness and acclimating to Lhasa's nearly 3658m elevation.

Meals: No meals, advice freely available

Accommodation: Lhasa Economic / Comfortable Standard Hotel (Twin sharing)

  Day 2 Exploring Lhasa Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Barkhor Street. (B)

Tibet's spiritual and governmental nexus was the Potala Palace. The palace of the Dalai Lama, in every respect, the celebrity which it enjoys throughout the world. It is powerful yet inviting, secure and stabile, yet fantastic and delightful. We'll visit the Potala and explore the grandest of its myriad rooms, its audience halls, the immense, jeweled burial chortens of past Dalai Lama. Tibet's holiest temple, the Jokhang Temple, was often referred to by early Western visitors as Lhasa's cathedral. "An endless, three-story high flight of chapels surrounds [the statue]," the pioneering Tibetologist Guissepe Tucci wrote, "decorated with the smiling and sneering Buddhist pantheon. Jokhang Temple was built by King Songsten Gampo in 647 A.D. no place in Tibet than the Johkang can attract so many pilgrims, so much spiritual longing. The Jokhang is circled by the Barkhor, Lhasa's old market. In today's Barkhor we can bargain goodnaturedly for dorjes, phurbas, thangkas, and other religious implements, for Tibetan hats and boots, books, turquoise jewelry, everyday exotica, wall hangings, and maybe even some yak butter.

Meals: Breakfast Provided by the hotel

Accommodation: Lhasa Economic / Comfortable Standard Hotel (Twin sharing)

Potala Palace
Jokhang Temple
  Day 3 Exploring Lhasa Drepung Monastery, Sera Monastery. (B)

Today features visits to 2 of the most important monasteries in Tibetan Buddhism – the Drepung and Sera Monasteries. Drepung Monastery is located on the hillside west of Lhasa – at one time the world's largest monastery with about 10,000 monks living there. A pleasant walk up the hill leads to the solemn ambience inside the monastery's many halls and chapels.

After Drepung, we will move on to the Sera Monastery. The main highlight of the Sera Monastery is watching the crowd of monks debating inside the shady courtyard behind the main temple. Every day except Sunday, hundreds of red-robed monks assemble in small groups and practice their debating skills – a very impressive sight to behold, as the monks are very animated in their debates about the various attributes of Buddhist scriptures.

Meals: Breakfast Provided by the hotel

Accommodation: Lhasa Economic / Comfortable Standard Hotel (Twin sharing)

Drepung Monastery
Sera Monastery
  Day 4 Lhasa-Gyantse-Shigatse Yamdrok Lake, Pelkor Chode Monastery, Tashilunpo Monastery. (B)

LHASA TO GYANTSE, We drive follows the Tsangpo River, and then up and over15,700-foot Khampa La. Below is the huge expanse of Yamdrok Lake, and in the near distance rises a great 23,000-foot snow peak with the delightful name of Ningdzingzonka. We head westward along the lake and drive toward Gyantse. Gyantse was historically Tibet's third largest city (after Lhasa and Shigatse). In Gyantse, we will visit the famous Pelkor Monastery, Pelkor Monastery is the main monastery in Gyantse, The Pelkor Chode Monastery also includes Gyantse Kumbum. The Kumbum has nine floors and each tier has unique chapels. It is considered the largest of the three Kumbums in Tibet.

After one and a half driving, we arrive in Shigatse, which is the second largest city in Tibet,s In Shigatse, we'll visit Tashilunpo Monastery, the seat of Tibet's second highest incarnation, the Panchen Lama. The immense complex is a rambling warren of chapels, shrines, and halls linked by mysterious alleyways and steep staircases.

Meals: Breakfast Provided by the hotel

Accommodation: Shigatse Economic / Comfortable Standard Hotel (Twin sharing)

Yamdrok Lake
Pelkor Chode Monastery
  Day 5 Shigatse-Everest Base Camp Rongbuk Monastery, Everest Base Camp. (B)

We'll leave Shigatse after getting your Alien's travel permit, and then drive to Lhatse until the lunch. On the way to Lhatse our tour guide will stop the car at few points for rest. after that you will arrive at Shegar and if the weather is clear enough then on the way down to shegar you will view the Mt, Everest from long distance . After 4 to 6 hours then you will arrive at Rongbuk monastery but on the way again you will pass one of the highest mountain in Tibet (pang la pass height 5050m) from that's pass you will view the whole five highest pick in the world(start from left Mt, Makalu height 8481m, Mt, Lhotse height 8511m, Mt, Everest height 8848m, Mt, Cho Oyu height 8154m ) then stay a night at tent or Rongbuk monastery (during the summer time most of the tourist would like to stay in the tent instant of guest house but during the winder season all the tourist have to stay in the Rongbuk monastery's guest house.

Meals: Breakfast Provided by the hotel

Accommodation: Tent Camp at EBC or Guest House of Rongbuk

Rongbuk Monastery
Everest Base Camp
  Day 6 Everest Base Camp-Gyirong Town Sunrise at EBC, far view of Shishapangma.

Early in the morning we will enjoy the sun rise on the top of Mt, Everest; After that our tour we will drive back to the main road(318 national high way) to Gyirong Port. On the way you still have the chance to get a last glimpse of the Mt.Everest and the Himalaya mountains. Mt. Everest: Located in the Himalayas ranges of the border between Tibet and Nepal, Everest is also called Qomolangma or Chomolungma. It raises 8,848 metres (29,029 ft) above sea level, it is the main peak of Himalayas and the world's highest mountain. The Everest is covered by snow all the year round, when sun shines on the mountain, the summit of the mountain seems like the pyramid covered by the sunlights, offering a spectacular view.

Meals: No Meals

Accommodation: Local Hotel Available (Twin Sharing with simple facility)

  Day 7 Depart from Gyirong Port Drive to Gyirong Port, See you off.

In the early morning, you will cross the border - Gyirong Port, our service ends at the border.

Meals: No Meals

B-- Breakfast L-- Lunch D-- Dinner
Price Includes.
    • All necessary Tibet Travel Permit. (Including Tibet Entry Permit, Alien Travel Permit, Boarder Pass)
    • Private professional English-Speaking local tour guide
    • Licensed Vehicle with experienced driver
    • Airport (or train) pick up and drop off
    • Accommodations listed in the itinerary
    • Breakfast provided by some hotels
    • Tourists Accident/Casualty Insurance
    • A container of Oxygen for emergency use
    • All taxes, fees and handling charges
    • Lodging and meal allowance to the guide & driver
    • Reservation fee for visiting Potala Palace
    • 2 bottles of mineral water per person per day
Price Excludes.
    • Meals not specified in the itinerary (All lunches & dinners)
    • All Entrance tickets to the sightseeing places
    • Flight/Train tickets in and out of Tibet
    • Personal expenses such as laundry, drink, fax, telephone call, optional tour activities, etc.
    • Any losses incurred from the force majeure factor like government control, natural disaster etc.
    • Tips to the guide & driver ( Tips are not required but expected)
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