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6 Days Lhasa & Namtso Tour

Group Size: 2-15 pax
Tour Pace: Comfortable
Max Altitude: 5190m
Route:
Lhasa-Namtso Lake-Lhasa
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Sacred significant monasteries, lost ancient Palace, vast grassland with yaks and sheep, snow-capped mountains standing nearby the crystal heavenly lake in the pure blue sky, this tour gives us a comprehensive experience of Tibet culture, history & nature.

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Day 01 Arrive in Lhasa

Upon arrival at airport, be greeted and offered a white scarf (called Kada) in a Tibet traditional way which brings you good luck. Then drive to the city proper (3650 m). Stay at the hotel for adapting to the high attitude upon your arrival. It is helpful to take things easy for the first few days, and try to drink more water than before. (be noted the first day’s acclimation is extremely to ensure you a good health status for the following tour, so please make sure you have yourself lie in bed for all the rest time of the day right after check-in of hotel.

Day 02 Tour of Lhasa [B] + [D]

Lhasa city, Barkhor street, Shigatse, EBC, overland tour, LhThis morning you’ll wind your way up through the stunning, awe-inspiring Potala Palace. Built in 637 AD by Songtsen Gampo, it was the former winter residence for the Dalai Lamas and is truly a splendor of Eastern architecture. Next, visit the Jokhang Temple, the center of Tibetan Buddhism, also built in the 7th century on the legendary pond of “Wothang”. And finish the day by taking a Kora around the Barkhor. Test your bartering skills with the locals in this push-and-shove economy.

Day 03 Tour of Lhasa [B]

Sera monastery, tibet, monks , monk debating sessionToday, we will visit two important monasteries in Lhasa, the Drepung and the Sera. Drepung Monastery is the biggest monastery in Tibet and it is one of the top 3 important Gulupa monasteries. Walking up to the hill is a pleasant thing, an easy break from the solemn ambience inside the halls and chapels. At the plat roof of hillside, you can have very good views of the whole Lhasa city and the distant mountains. While one of the other two monasteries is Sera Monastery. Catch the Lama debiting which was held in the courtyard at around 3:00-5:30 pm. It is the traditional one to one daily practice with questions and answers. (Sunday exceptional). Overnight in Lhasa.

Day 04 Lhasa to Namtso Lake [B]

Namtso Lake & Yak.jpgNamtso Lake located at Damxung, which is a pure pasturing area in Tibet, where there’s a chance to find yaks and sheeps scattered on the vast grassland. This heavenly lake lies at an elevation of 4,718 m (15,479 ft), and has a surface area of 1,920 square ilometers. Before arriving the lake, the snow-capped Nyenchen Tonglha Mountains will catch your eyes, after we finally reached the lake, the deep blue endless water makes you feel you are staying at the side of seashore. The sunset of the lake in good weather is extra bonus if staying one night at lake. Overnight at local geusthouse.

Day 05 Back to Lhasa

In the morning, get up early and view the mighty sun rise of the holy heavenly lake, we people are too small. Stroll along the lakeshore and get a peace far from the city. Then drive back to Lhasa city, you may enjoy the Yampajain hot-spring (optional, self-paid) on the way back.

Day 06 Tour Ends [B]

Free morning for shopping, buy some souvenirs for your families and friends. After lunch, departure transfer to see off, tour services end and Tibet welcome you back forever.

 

What’s included in this tour package?
Tibet Entry Permit and Alien's Travel Permit
Transport (Transfer between airport/train station and Lhasa city)
Admission fee of all tourist sites in itinerary
Professional Tibetan English speaking tour guide
Travel Agency Service Charge
All necessary Tibet permits
Government tax
Tourist Accident/Casualty Insurance
Accommodation (3 star facility hotel sharing twin room with breakfast buffet in Lhasa)
Welcome Tibetan Style dinner
What’s excluded in this tour package?
Lunches and Dinners
Tips to driver and tour guide, Tip as you wish
Other personal expense
Group Tour Departure Dates for 2017
Apr   8    10   13  17  20   23  27  30 
May 2  4  7   11  15  20  23  27 
Jun 3  5 10 13 15 20 23 27
Jul 2  6 8 11 14 18  20   29 
Aug 1  5 8 12 15  18  22  30 
Sep 2  4 9 12 16  23   28   30 
Oct 2  5 8  12  17  21  24  28 
Nov                 
Dec                

Price Quotation:

Comfortable Class Jan. to Mar. Apr. to Jun. Jul. to Aug. Sept. to Oct. Nov. to Dec.
price/person (USD) - 719 813 766 -
price/person (CNY) - 4,600 5,200 4,900 -

Single Supplement:

Comfortable Class Jan. to Mar. Apr. to Jun. Jul. to Aug. Sept. to Oct. Nov. to Dec.
price/person (USD) - 88 100 100 -
price/person (CNY) - 560 640 640 -

 

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