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Lhasa to Everest and Kailash Group Tour2019-01-18T11:13:22+00:00
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[checklist icon=”” iconcolor=”#be0214″ circle=”yes” circlecolor=”#f2ca02″ size=”18px” class=”” id=””] [li_item icon=”fa-map-marker”]Destination:- Potala palace, Jokhang, Sera monastery, Drepung monastery, Yamdrok lake, Gyantse, Shigatse, Manasarovar lake and Mt kailash [/li_item] [li_item icon=”fa-users”] Minimum Group size: 6 People [/li_item] [li_item icon=”fa-clock-o”]Duration:- 16 Days[/li_item] [li_item icon=”fa-tag”]Price:- $ 2200 + 300 USD (single supplementary)[/li_item] [/checklist]

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Attractions of  Lhasa—Yamdrok Lake Group Tour:

Potala palace, Jokhang, Sera monastery, Drepung monastery, Yamdrok lake, Gyantse, Shigatse, Manasarovar lake and Mt Kailash

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Experiences:

  • Visit the holy Mt Kailash  and Mt Everest base camp in Tibet side
  • Drive through the western wilderness of Tibet
  • Visit the to some of the most popular Tourist destinations in Tibet including Potala palace and Mt Everest Base camp
  • Three days trekking around the Mt Kailash along with hundreds of Hindu devotees
  • Enjoy the local Tibetan delicacy and hospitality during your stay in Tibetan Family guest house
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Lhasa - Lhasa-everest-kailash tour
Date Price   Tour Status
12th September 2200  USD Departure guarantee
27th September 2200  USD Departure guarantee
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This Lhasa to Everest and Kailash Group Tour will be initiated in the Holy city and it will take you to the holiest Mount in the world, The Mt. Kailash. The journey will start at the Lhasa. The group will spend first three days in the city for the getting proper acclimatization and visit the marvels in Lhasa.

You will then drive across the Plans of Central Tibet to the wilderness of western Tibet. Along the way, you will visit the most prominent tourist destinations including Gyantse and Tashi Lhunpo monastery in Shigatse.

At the Mt. Kailash, you will have a three days of trekking around the Holy mount along with the devoted Buddhist and Hindus as well.

Our group journeys are a great way to travel economically in Tibet with a small group of people. They are ideal for solo travelers who are looking to share costs of a journey to Tibet or a small group looking to travel with others. Our group tours are high-quality and are led by our expert local Tibetan guides

Best suit for everyone

Day 1: Lhasa  Elevation: 3600 meters

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Day 2: Lhasa

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Day 3: Lhasa

[one_third spacing=”yes” last=”no” center_content=”no” hide_on_mobile=”no” background_color=”” background_image=”” background_repeat=”no-repeat” background_position=”left top” link=”” hover_type=”none” border_position=”all” border_size=”0px” border_color=”” border_style=”solid” padding=”” margin_top=”” margin_bottom=”” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″ animation_offset=”” class=”” id=””][imageframe lightbox=”no” gallery_id=”” lightbox_image=”” style_type=”bottomshadow” hover_type=”liftup” bordercolor=”” bordersize=”0px” borderradius=”0″ stylecolor=”” align=”none” link=”” linktarget=”_self” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″ animation_offset=”” class=”” id=””]Tibetan marriage custom[/imageframe][/one_third] [two_third spacing=”yes” last=”yes” center_content=”no” hide_on_mobile=”no” background_color=”” background_image=”” background_repeat=”no-repeat” background_position=”left top” link=”” hover_type=”none” border_position=”all” border_size=”0px” border_color=”” border_style=”solid” padding=”” margin_top=”” margin_bottom=”” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″ animation_offset=”” class=”” id=””] 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 Lamas for hundreds of years. After lunch, you will go to Ramoche Temple, another of Historic temple in Lhasa, Tibet. [/two_third]

Day 4: Lhasa—Yamdrok Lake—Karo La Glacier— Gyantse — Shigatse, Distance: 354kms  Elevation: 3840m

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In the early morning, you will depart Lhasa and drive to Yamdrok, one of Tibet’s most beautiful lakes.  From the lake, you can see the 7191-meter peak of Nojin Kangtsang in the distance. You will then travel along the lakeshore and drive up to the amazing Karo La Glacier before arriving in the town of Gyantse. 

In Gyantse, you will visit the Pelkhor Chode Monastery where you can see the largest stupa (Buddhist pagoda) in Tibet. From Gyantse, you will then make the short drive to Shigatse, Tibet’s second-largest city. Between Gyantse and Shigatse, you will stop at a couple of traditional farming villages. In Shigatse, you will explore the large monastery complex of Tashi Lhunpo.[/two_third]

Day 5: Shigatse to New Thingri Distance 250kms  Elevation: 4300m

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Day 6: New Thingri —Everest Base Camp, Distance: 120Kms Elevation: 5000m

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Day 7: Everest Base camp to Saga: 300kms Elevation: 4490m

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Day 8: Saga To Manasarovar Lake

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Day 9: Manasarovar Lake to Darchen Distance:35km Elevation:4670m

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In the morning we will enjoy the sun rise at the lake side, after breakfast, you will continue driving towards the Mount Kailash. we will visit a Monastery called Chiu monastery. You will stay the night in the small town of Darchen, which is the starting point for the 3-day trek around Mt. Kailash. [/two_third]

Day 10-12: Kailash Trek  Distance: 54kms  Max Elevation: 5630m

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The first day of our trek will take us 20 kilometers from Darchen around Mt. Kailash to Dira Puk Monastery. You will follow this ancient pilgrimage route with Tibetan Buddhist and Indian Hindu pilgrims. You will stay in a small guesthouse near the monastery. The elevation of Dira Puk Monastery is 5080 meters.

The second day of our trek around Kailash will take us up and over the Dolma La Pass, the highest pass on the circuit at 5630 meters. Excellent mountain and glacier views will follow you for most of the day. From the Dolma La Pass, you will descend to Zutul Puk Monastery, elevation 4820 meters. The total trekking distance this day is 18 kilometers

The third and final day of our trek will cover 14 kilometers from Zutul Puk Monastery back to the town of Darchen. After the trek, we will return for one final night along the shores of scenic Lake Manasarovar.[/two_third]

Day 13-14: Lake Manasarovar—Saga— Shigatse  Distance: 897kms Elevation: 4500m

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Day 15: Shigatse—Lhasa  Distance: 260kms  Elevation: 3600m

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The last full day of your Lhasa-Everest and Kailash group tour will take you back to the Tibetan capital city of Lhasa. You will arrive with enough time to do any last minute souvenir shopping and to walk the pilgrimage circuit around Jokhang Temple one more time.[/two_third]

Day 16: Depart Lhasa

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Tour cost Includes

  • All the entrance fees to the attraction list
  • All land transportation in Tibet, excluding airport, pick up and drop off.
  • All the Tibet travel permits and processing fees
  • Local English speaking Tibetan guide
  • All the accommodations (base on double occupancy)

Not include in the price

  • Postage fee of Tibet travels permit
  • Gratitudes for drivers and Guide
  • Photography fees inside the monastery and temples
  • Personal expenditures
  • Insurance
  • Lunch and dinner
  • Travel vaccinations
  • Yak, horse or porter fees at the Kailash
  • Airfare or train ticket from or to Lhasa.
  • Passport and visa fees

Airport pick up and drop off 

Lhasa Airport is over 75kms from the down town and we will have to have a guide to pick you up at the airport, which makes it impossible to provide the Airport pick up and drop off service at any given time. So we are only able to provide free pick once in a day on the arrival date and one drop off a day on the departure day.

Free pick up at the airport on the first day of itinerary:

Our guide will leave Lhasa airport by 12:20 PM. please be join on this time for free pick up. If the flight is delayed, we can arrange another private pick up, with extra cost.

Free drop off at the airport on the last day of itinerary:

Our guide will arrive at the hotel at 11:00 am. take all the group members to the airport. it is recommend to book flight which leaves after 13:30 PM. If the flight is before 13:00 PM, we can arrange another private Drop off, with extra cost.

Special pick up and drop off arrangement

If you would like us to make special arrangement to pick you up or drop you off we can do it with extra cost.

The price for extra drop off or pick up in shuttle bus is 50 USD per person per route.

The price for extra drop off or pick up in Private vehicle is 2 USD per kilometers.

Train Station pick-up

We can provide one free pick up a day on the arrival date at the train station that is 12-13 pm. Please book you train ticket to arrive on this time.

If the clients would like to have a private pick up at the train station the extra cost for a pick up is 83 USD.  We will have to arrange a car and guide with guide licence to pick you up.

 

Tour Booking

Please book the tour a month before the real date of visit. I need at least 17 days to process the Tibet Travel Permit
The copy of your Passport and the Visa has to be clear enough to read all the letter on it. The copy of passport must be of the passport one which you have or have your visa on.

Please read this page for clear concise information about traveling to Tibet and thing to do before travelling into Tibet.

Remember coming in from Nepal and china is different. if you are coming from Nepal (flight or overland), you need to have visa applied for PRC embassy in Kathmandu. We will send your visa invitation to friend agency in Nepal.

For other terms and conditions please follow https://itibettravel.com/booking/

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