Tibet is a dream destination for those who like to travel. Countless snow-capped peaks rise above the roofs of the world, crowned by the inspiring Mount Everest. Over 1,000 lakes lie like blue or green jewels on a large plateau. Wonders of Tibet Tour is 10 days travel package in Tibet to visit – Potala Palace hub of Buddhism, Jokhang Temple, Lhasa city, and Yamdrok Lake and Tibetan Villages. This autonomous region of China, is behind the Himalayan giants. This tour in Tibet will take you to some of the most beautiful wonders in different parts of Tibet.
Main Features of Wonders of Tibet Tour are:
- Tibet is a dream destination for travel lovers
- Tibet also has wonderful glaciers, mysterious historic sites, animal sanctuaries, and friendly Tibetans
- Myth says that the tears of mourning in the sacred mountains feed the river
Tour of Wonders of Tibet
First of all, Lhasa, the capital of Tibet, is amazing in itself. This tour begins by exploring the important landmarks around Lhasa. Explore all places such as Potala Palace, Sera Monastery, Drepung, Ganden Monastery and more. Typical Tibetan Buddhism unfolds in front of us as we explore the typical Barkhor Square. Tibet also has wonderful glaciers, mysterious historic sites, wildlife shelters, and friendly Tibetans.
The Wonders of Tibet Tour continues to Nyingchi via Gongbogyamda. On the way, visit the holy lake of the Red Sect – of Lamaism – Basomtso Lake. Continue the drive to Nyingci along the beautiful Niyang River. The myths say the plaintive tears of holy mountains feed the river. Drive across Mila Pass (5,013m) and stop over to take some pictures of the pristine Tibetan villages, forest, valleys, and glaciers as you make your way to “Lesser Switzerland” – Nyingchi, also known as the Throne of the Sun in the Tibetan language.
The final part of this tour goes along the cities of Friendship Highway like Gyantse, Shigatse, Tingri. It also highlights the highest altitude monastery Rongbuk and the Everest Base Camp of the Tibetan side. The drive across high passes and the views of turquoise lakes like Yam Drok Tso and the great cultural encounters in Tibetan Towns are also the primary highlights of this tour.
Best Time to Tour Tibet
The best time to visit Tibet is between May and October, when the sky is mostly sunny and blue, temperatures reach double digits and the ice melts. Tibet is on a plateau which experience permafrost all year round.
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- Trip Code: NFH
- Trip Type: Tours
- Start/End: Kathmandu - Lhasa
- Group Size: 2 Pax
- Accommodation: Hotel
- Best Season:
All the Year
- Daily Walking Hour: 4 to 6 hours
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A sightseeing tour of the worlds Holy Land of Buddhism, including a visit to the icon of Tibet Potala Palace. Explore the Jokhang Temple, and then enjoy a walk on the Barkhor Street at your own pace.
Travel to Nyingchi via Gongbogyamda. On the way, visit the holy lake of the Red Sect – of Lamaism – Basomtso Lake. Continue the drive to Nyingci along the beautiful Niyang River, it is said to be an aggregate of the plaintive tears of the holy mountains. Drive through the Mila Pass (5013M asl) and stop over to take some pictures of the pristine Tibetan villages, forest, valleys and glaciers as you make your way to “Lesser Switzerland” – Nyingchi, also known as the Throne Of The Sun in Tibetan language.
Visit the Giant Cypress Forest. Afterward, drive through Niyang River Valley, where snow-clad mountains, virgin forests and meadows provide a home for a variety of wildlife. Cross the Mila Pass 5230M, your journey continues through the picturesque Bajietang Grassland as you make your way back to Lhasa.
Westward cross the Gangbala Snow Mountain – 4990M to Shigatse. Shigatse is known as – the city of heroes, has innumerable lakes, meadows, snow-clad peaks, forests, waterfalls, and unspoiled alpine scenery. Continue the journey to the holy Buddhist Yamdrok Yumtso Lake, where you’ll enjoy a great view of villages, forest, meadows, sheep, and ice-sculpted mountains. The scenery is nothing short of spectacular! Proceed to explore the Palkhor Monastery, Zhongshan Fort Ruin of Resisting British Army, and the Pala Manor – an epitome of the feudal serfdom system, where you can learn some real facts about the serfs and the serfowners in the old days.
After breakfast, drive to Shegar – the new town of Dingri via Lhatse, the origin place of Tibetan knife. On the way, we will cross the Gyatsola Snow Mountain 5220 M.
Visit to the Rongbuk, a Buddhist Monastery of the Red Sect of Lamaism which has the highest altitude of its kind in the world. The temple is located at the end of the famous Rongbuk Glacier, about 20 km from the top of the Mt. Everest. The temple attracts many tourists every day as it offers a great view of the mountain. Afterward, trek or hire a carriage to the Everest Base Camp.
Todays excursion takes you to the Namtso Lake to enjoy the amazing view of the endless north Tibet plain and the snow-clad Nyainqentanglha Mountains. Then take a hot spring bath in Yangpachen before driving back to Lhasa.
- All accommodation in tourist standard hotels with B/B plan in cities
- All private ground transportation
- Govt. trained guide and necessary, with their insurance, salary and meals
- All sightseeing and Monastery entry fees during the Tibet tour.
- All entry fees and Tibet Visa permit
- Flight according to Itinerary
What’s Not Include
- International Flight
- Major meals in Cities
- All personal expenses such as bar bills, beverage, snacks etc.
- Extra shower, battery re-charge, laundry charge etc.
- Personal clothing and gears
- Tips to guide and porter
- Cost raised by cancellation, landslide, weather, political unrest, illness which are not under our control
The given prices is per person and exclude international flights. Fixed departure dates available for online booking. If the given date is not favorable for you, please contact us and we will happily customize your trip on dates more appropriate for you.