- Explore magnificent and mysterious architectural wonder - Potala Palace
- Centuries old Monasteries - Jokhang Temple, Drepung, Sera and Norbulinka in Lhasa
- Mount Everest Base Camp through Rongbuk Monastery
- Serene, natural and spiritual Namtso Lake in Tibet
- This trip becomes a highlight of conversation and provides an experience unlike any other location on the planet
Lhasa, Everest Base Camp - Namtso Lake Tour
Trip Code: HDT0817
- Activities: Cultural Tours
- Max. Altitude: 5200m / 17065ft.
- Group Size: 02 - 18
- Trip Seasons: July - September
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Your journey begins from the calm, serene and exotic city of Lhasa, Tibet. Admire the magnificent and mysterious architectural wonders of the city: Potala Palace, once the winter residence of the Dalai Lamas. Explore Tibetan culture, centuries old Buddhist monasteries which include the Jokhang Temple, Drepung, Sera and Norbulinka Monasteries. This excursion allows you to experience the remote Tibetan high plateau, holy lakes, glaciers and connects you to Mount Everest Base Camp through Rongbuk monastery. Enjoy the incredible North face of Mount Everest. Isolated, yet serene, natural and mystical Namtso Lake in Tibet is a revelation. The bewildering and un-navigable waters (due to religious reasons) of the Lakes in Tibet have allowed this region to keep its spiritual heritage largely intact. Being the second largest saltwater lake in China only after Qinghai Lake, the turquoise blue Namtso Lake is the biggest in Tibet. It always provides the visitor with awesome and spectacular vistas and photographic opportunities.
Day by Day
Day 01 ARRIVE IN LHASA 3650m/11975ft.
- ARRIVE IN LHASA 3650m/11975ft.
DAY 02 POTALA PALACE - JOKHANG TEMPLE, BARKHOR BAZAAR
- POTALA PALACE - JOKHANG TEMPLE, BARKHOR BAZAAR
DAY 03 DREPUNG MONASTERY & SERA MONASTERY
- DREPUNG MONASTERY & SERA MONASTERY
DAY 04 LHASA TO SHIGATSE - 3900m/12798ft.
- LHASA TO SHIGATSE - 3900m/12798ft.
DAY 05 SHIGATSE TO EVEREST BASE CAMP - 5200M/17065ft
- SHIGATSE TO EVEREST BASE CAMP - 5200M/17065ft
DAY 06 TO SHIGATSE
- TO SHIGATSE
DAY 07 TO LHASA
- TO LHASA
DAY 08 LHASA TO NAMTSO LAKE - 250 KM/5 HRS
- LHASA TO NAMTSO LAKE - 250 KM/5 HRS
DAY 09 RETURN TO LHASA
- RETURN TO LHASA
DAY 10 FINAL DEPARTURE FROM LHASA
- FINAL DEPARTURE FROM LHASA
Tour Cost Includes:
- Applicable Entrance Fees - Potala Palace, Johkang Temple, Sera Monastery and Drepung Monastery, Ganden Monastery
- Professional Tibetan English speaking tour guide through out the tour.
- Tibet Travel Permit
- Accommodation on twin sharing with breakfast
- All ground transportation by private air conditioned car or coach
Tour Cost Excludes:
- International Air Ticket Fare
- Chinese Visa Fees
- Lunch and Dinner as indicated
- Travel and Health Insurance
- Expenses of personal nature
Dates and Price
Getting into Tibet:
To get to Lhasa, it is possible to fly from major Chinese cities as well as from Kathmandu and other Asian airports, (HongKong, Bangkok} Flights from these cities will lead you to Chengdu, China and then on to Lhasa.
Chinese Visa and Tibet Travel Permit:
The foreign tourists must apply for a Tibetan travel permit before entering Lhasa and traveling around Tibet, according to the law of People's Republic of China. If your travel begins at Kathmandu, we will take care of all details for you. We will pre-process your visa application and it will be ready for the final work when you arrive in Kathmandu. If your travel begins in Bangkok or Hong Kong or any mainland Chinese cities, we suggest that you obtain a Chinese visa on your own from the nearest Chinese embassy or consulate in your home country and provide Himalayan Dreams with a copy of it a month ahead of your travel plans. Please, do not indicate on your visa form that you are traveling to Tibet. Leave the rest of the details and processing to us.
When to go:
Tibet is on a high plateau, its climate belongs to the typical downy special climate. Lhasa’s climate is mild without severe winters or summers, temperatures in May, June and September are between 12 to 15 degree centigrade, Lhasa also benefits from long hours of sunshine as rainfalls mainly at night leaving days bright and sunny. The main rainy season is between July and September. From November to March Lhasa is cold with average temperature between -2 to 4 degree centigrade.
Tour cost and dates are subject to change. International airfare to Kathmandu and return not included. #Nepal - Tibet Kodari Border blocked by the earthquake in 2015 and has yet to be repaired.
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