•   Duration: 06 Days
  •   Trip Grade: Easy
  •  Group size: 2-10 pax
  •  Best Seasons: spring & summer

Trip Overview

About Tibet

Tibet is best known as “Rooftop of The World” as it is border for the top World’ stop highest peaks. Tibet which was opened for tourists only in 1985. Tibet was able to develop and flourish its unique culture and traditions before 1985. The world-famous rivers, including the Yangtze, Yellow, Mekong, and Indus, all flow from Tibet. You can see Tibetan Buddhist prayer flags hanging everywhere, and beautiful mysterious monasteries lines on snowy mountains just beneath blue skies, nothing can be better than this picturesque. The major cities of Tibet are Lhasa, Shigatse & Gyantse.

During your Tibet Tour, visitors are offered with golden opportunities to have scenic view of the World Highest peak Mt. Everest (8,848 Meters) including other peaks.  You can completely enjoy by liverish oneself both cultural and religious tour. Similarly, you will be offering to visit the World famous “the Potala palace”, Jokhang temple, Drepung monastery, Khumbum stupa , Barkhor market, and many more interesting place which  you should not miss visiting are crucial  part of Tibet tour. On the other hand, culture and tradition of the Tibetan people is more worth visiting and you will be lured by the Hospitality of the Tibetan people.

Outline Itinerary

    Day 01:- Arrival in Lhasa, Tibet

    Day 02: Lhasa City tour-Visit Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Barkhor Street

    Day 03 : Take train from Lhasa to Shigatse- Approx 3 hours

    Day 04: Return to Lhasa- and drive to GyantseDay

    05: Sightseeing at Gyantse

    Day 06: Return to Lhasa and fly back to your destination

Detail Itinerary

Day
01
Arrival in Lhasa, Tibet

As you land to Lhasa Gonngar International Airport, you will be taken to best hotel of the Lhasa. You will spend night there.

Day
02
: Lhasa City tour-Visit Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Barkhor Street

After having breakfast at the Hotel, our guide will take you to have Lhasa City tour to visit the World Famous Potala Palace where the Dalai reign ruled the Tibet.

Jokhang Temple is situated at the center of the old Lhasa. This temple is also known as the spiritual center of Tibet. This temple carries the long history of about more than 1000 years and this was erected by the King Songtsen Gampo in 647. You can see the finest art and architecture of Han, Tibetan and Nepalese architecture techniques. Similarly, the beautiful sight of various exotic and sacred sculptures is surely gonna lure you. Jokhang Temple has remained a key center of Buddhist pilgrimage for centuries. Never miss to visit this temple if you ever have Tibet Tour.

Barkhor Street, Lhasa

Barkhor street is circular street at the center of Lhasa surrounding the most holy temple Jokhang temple. This street is the oldest street in a very traditional city of Tibet built in centuries ag. Buddhist pilgrims walk or progress by body-lengths along the street clockwise every day into deep night. Barkhor is the road that pilgrims tramped out around Jokhang Temple through centuries. Whenever you go to this street, you must move in the clockwise direction.

Back to Hotel and have plenty of rest.

Day
03
Take train from Lhasa to Shigatse- Approx 3 hours

After having breakfast at hotel we will reach to Train Station and take the train which takes us to Shigatse. Shigatse is 248 km from the Lhasa. We will reach Shigatse at 11;30 am and we will have lunch at reputed hotel at Shigatse. After that we will go the famous places of Shigatse as

1.Mount Everest

From the Tibet Mount Everest Lies on the Southern part. Another name of Mount Everest imo  Mount Qomolangma, is the highest mountain on earth, meaning “Goddess” in Tibetan. Many people who wan to summit the World Highest peak come here and some wants to summit from the Nepal. Each year, many mountaineers come from all over the world to explore the highest mountain on the earth, to fulfill thei dream into reality.

  1. Tashilhunpo Monastery

This monastery was constructed by the First Dalai Lama in 1447. The monastery houses the tombs of Panchen Lamas and a 22.4-meter statue of Maitreya Buddha. Tashilhunpo is still popular among the Tibetans, due to which many people come here for pilgrimage.

On Entrance to Monastery, you will see the buildings with golden roofs and white walls. On the other hans, you will be able to see grand palace and gigantic statues, the Tashilhunpo also treasures characteristic wall paintings This is masterpiece of the art and architecture.

  1. Zhangmu Town

Zhangmu Town is border to Nepal to the south. This busy town is only 10 km away from Sino-Nepal Friendship Bridge. if you wish to go to Nepal is just another 100 km’s driving to Kathmandu. You will find the town always busy and crowded with tourists and merchants.

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If you want to visit Nepal You can enter Nepal from here.

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Have overnight at hotel.

Day
04
Return to Lhasa- and drive to Gyantse

Take early train to Lhasa from the Shingatse. As you reach to Lhasa-cpital cisty of the Tibet. Then drive to Gyantse which will take about 6.5 hours to Gyantse.  Then have rest at Hotel at Gyantse.

Day
05
: Sightseeing at Gyantse

After super breakfast, the first site you will go is the holy Yamdrok Lake. This lake is the largest fresh lake in the northern of the Himalaya Mountains extending about 675 square meters from south to north. You will also have clear and pristine view of the pastures full of yaks and sheep, and some small Tibetan villages along the lakeshore.

You may be tired and feel hungry. Then we will stop at luxury hotel to have lunch. The will head forwards to visit the mysterious Palcho. Then, we will go to Finishing the visit in Palcho, go to climb up to the Dzong fortress. From the top of the fortress, you will have great panoramic views of mountains and Gyantse city. Return to Hotel have rest.

Day
06
Return to Lhasa and fly back to your destination

We will drive back to Lhasa which take about 6 hours drive. Then, we will head to the International Airport so that you could go to your final destination.

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