Tibet is famous for being “the roof of the world” with an average elevation of 4000 meters. Its one of the world’s most extraordinary destinations where adventure lurks around almost every corner. Lhasa, the capital, lies high in the barren wilderness of the Tibetan mountains and Tibet’s valley bottoms are higher than the highest mountains in most other countries! The snow-covered plateaus are the highest in the world and, including Mount Everest, which Tibetans see from ‘the other side’, the majority of mountains are over 15000 feet.
This unique land is referred to as the real Shangri-la, the forbidden land, the roof of the world and the holy land of your innermost desire. Tibet has towering snow capped mountains, scattered herds of yak and nomads on the plateau, spectacular monasteries, tranquil lakes and transparent blue skies. Just a few of the reasons Tibet is a “must see” place.
From the Potala Palace and Jokhang Monastery, to the rich, ancient culture and the majestic mountains, Tibet really is a place to stir the senses and nourish the soul.
Note: This is budget tour with basic accommodation. If you require upgrade of accommodation, there are option at extra cost.
An early morning scenic drive to Kodari (Nepal/Tibet border) through the beautiful Nepalese countryside. After we complete formalities at the border we drive to Nyalam. Overnight in guest house.
Drive to Lhatse via Lalungla pass from where you can enjoy a beautiful view of Mt Xisapangma (8212m) and Mt. Cho-Oyu. (8201m.) Overnight in guest house.
Drive to Shigatse crossing over the Gyanchula Pass. (5200m.) Visit Palten Lama’s Tashilompu Monastery. Overnight in hotel.
Drive to Gyantse, visit Phalkhor Monastery and Khumbula stupa. Overnight in hotel, B/B, Twin Room.
Drive to Lhasa Via Yamdrok Lake. Overnight in hotel, B/B, Twin Room.
Sightseeing tour of Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Sera & Drepung Monastery and Barkhor Street. Overnight in hotel, B/B, Twin Room.
A short 1-hour flight back to Nepal.
Currently there aren’t any fix departures for Tibet Tour. Our group joining Budget Tibet Tour departs every Saturday and Tuesday. To book group joining trip or private trip, please email us with your requirements and travel date.
1. Accommodation in dormitory, guesthouse and hotel (twin/double bed room sharing)
2. Required transportation
3. Local English speaking Tibetan guide
4. Entrance fees at various places
5. All required visa and permits
6. Lhasa – Kathmandu flight ticket
8. Government imposed taxes
1. Lunch & dinner throughout the trip
2. Nepal entry and re-entry visa fee
3. Travel insurance and personal expenses.
4. American Passport holder visa charge: USD 90 for additional visa charge
5. Single Supplement – USD 120
Wow I was surprised with the delightful service. I never thought I could do my tour to Tibet like this. My all the questions answered so fast, it looks like our guide contain an encyclopedia of Tibet in his mind, he knows his stuff so well. I really enjoyed my trip to Tibet. Thanks Mosaic Team.