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Lhasa Tibet Travel -12 days

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Lhasa Tibet travel is 11 nights 12 days tour that covers most of the interesting places of Tibet. That  is Lhasa, the capital of Tibet where we visit Potala Palace and Barkhor street.  In addition, we also explore Drepung and Sera monastery, Jokhang temple and Norbulinka Palace. Then we continue drive to Gyantse and Shigatse via Yamdrok Lake. Gyantse  and Shigatse is the cultural town of Tibet. We visit there Gyantse Kumbum and Tashilhumpo monastery.

The next part of 12 days Lhasa Tibet travel,  we then drive to Rongbuk monastery and Everest base camp. This is another highlights of this tour.  Once watching the great view of Mount Everest, the tallest mountain in the world, we  drive  to Namtso Lake, the most beautiful lake of Tibet. After exploring the salt lake of Tibet, we then drive back to Lhasa.

This is not a group joining tour. This is a private tour of friends, family, relatives and neighbours. Tibet Lhasa travel 12 days package, it includes twin sharing hotel with breakfast, guide, tibet travel permit, entrance fee and van or bus transfer with driver. The lunch and dinner, Tibet/China paper group visa and flight, train ticket excludes.

12 days Lhasa Tibet travel  and tour is suitable for all above 12 year old. It is really a great tour in Tibet. A highly recommends tour if you have 12 days holidays. The tour begins and ends in Lhasa. You can go to Lhasa both from Nepal and China.

Tibet Lhasa Tour can make all round the year except winter season  like January and February. The whole months of March, Tibet remain close.  So this tour is not possible in the end of February to end of March.  Spiring, Summer and Autumn are the best time for Lhasa Tibet holidays.

Trip Itinerary


On arrival in Lhasa, you will be met by your guide and transported to your hotel. You can spend the afternoon wandering around the Barkhor, Tibet’s ancient market area that surrounds Jokhang Temple. Each day thousands of Buddhist pilgrims make their way around this sacred temple.


You will explore the Jokhang, the holiest Buddhist temple in the Himalaya’s. Founded nearly 1400 years ago, Jokhang Temple houses the most sacred statue of Buddha. You will work your way through this fascinating temple alongside Buddhist pilgrims from the faraway regions of Tibet. The sound of pilgrims chanting mantras fills the air as does the smell of yak butter candle offerings. In the afternoon, you will go to the 600 year old Sera, one of Tibet’s largest Buddhist monasteries. Each weekday afternoon starting at 3pm, monks engage in Buddhist philosophy debates, which are fun to photograph.


You will start the day by exploring the Potala Palace, Tibet’s most iconic building. Towering above Lhasa with more than 1000 rooms, the Potala Palace served as the winter residence of the Dalai Lama’s for hundreds of years. After lunch, you will go to Drepung, another of Tibet’s huge monastic complexes. The pilgrimage circuit around Drepung takes about an hour or so and offers spectacular views.


After breakfast, you will hit the road and begin the next part of your Tibet adventure. From Lhasa, you will drive along the scenic Kyi Chu River Valley and then ascend to the top of the 4794 meter Kamba La Pass, which has a breathtaking view of Yamdrok Lake and 7191 meter Mt. Nojin Kangtsang. You will then descend and drive along the lakeshore before making your way back up to the Karo La, a beautiful glacier that comes down almost to the roadside. In the late afternoon, you will arrive in Gyantse.


You will begin by exploring Pelkhor Chode Monastery and the Kumbum Stupa, the largest Buddhist pagoda in Tibet. This beautiful monastery lies within a walled complex in the Gyantse Old Town. A short hike to the top of the wall offers an excellent panoramic view of the monastery, town and the snow-covered mountains in the distance. Afterwards, you will make the short drive to Shigatse, Tibet’s second largest city. Along the way from Gyantse to Shigatse, you can stop at a couple of interesting farming villages to experience traditional Tibetan culture. In Shigatse, you will visit the huge monastery of Tashi Lhunpo. The excellent pilgrimage route around the monastery takes about an hour and has fantastic views.


Today’s destination is the small town of Shelkar, located in the Everest Region. Along the way to Shelkar, you will see more farming villages and beautiful landscapes. You will cross over the 5248 meter Gyatso La Pass, which has great views of the Himalaya Mountains. That afternoon you will arrive in the small town of Shelkar to stay the night.


In the morning you will begin driving up the 5050 meter Pang La Pass. On clear days, this pass offers a stunning panoramic view of the Himalaya’s. You can see four 8000 meter peaks from this pass including Cho Oyu, Makalu, Lhotse and Everest. You will continue on to Rongphu, the highest monastery in the world at just under 5000 meters. Rongphu has an unbelievable view of Everest! From Rongphu, you will then go to Everest Base Camp to stay the night while gazing out to the world’s highest peak.


After watching the sun rise on Mt. Everest, you will begin the journey back to Shigatse. You will stop at some farming villages as well as the small farming town of Lhatse. You will arrive in Shigatse with enough time to explore the main market street there or to hike the pilgrimage path at Tashi Lhunpo Monastery again.


This day you will begin the journey to the Nam Tso Lake region. From Shigatse, your route will turn north towards the Nyenchen Tanglha Mountain Range. In the summer months, nomadic Tibetans can be seen along this route herding their herds of yaks. In the late afternoon/early evening, you will arrive to the small town of Damxung where you will spend the night before continuing on to Nam Tso Lake.


In the mid to late morning, you will make the short drive from Damshung to Nam Tso, one of Tibet's largest and most beautiful lakes. You will spend the night at a basic guesthouse close to the lake shore. Nearby is the small monastery of Tashi Do, which has a great 3½ kilometer (2 mile) pilgrimage circuit around it. You can spend the rest of the day doing some day hiking or simply enjoying the fantastic views of the lake, which looks out to the snow-covered Nyenchen Tanglha Mountains.


Your last full day in Tibet will take you from Nam Tso Lake back to Lhasa, the Tibetan capital city. You will arrive back to Lhasa with plenty of time to pick up any last minute souvenirs you may want and walk around the Jokhang and Lhasa Old Town.


This day you will be transported to the Lhasa Airport or Lhasa Train Station and depart Tibet.

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