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7-Day Lhasa to Kathmandu Overland Tour

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  • Tour Code:TN01
  • Starts:Lhasa
  • Ends:Nepalese Border
  • Trip Type:Overland Tour, Extension Trip

Trip Highlights:Tibet Nepal Tour enables you to see the both sides of Himalayas. The tour from Lhasa to Nepal offers the most awesome views in these two areas. In this Tibet Nepal tour, you will travel from the barren Tibetan Plateau to the lush, semitropical scenery of Nepal, the scent of yak butter giving way to curry and incense as you descend into the subcontinent. You can deeply feel the difference beween Tibet and Nepal in dryness and wetness, Buddhism and Hinduism, highness and lowness and heart-beating and breath-taking. Many visitors has lost their hearts to the splendour of the Himalayas and to the friendly Tibetan and Nepalese people. Whether camping on the the starkTibetan plateau, passing through lush jungles or hillside terraces or exploring the ancient temple city of Kathmandu - the tour to cross Himalayas overland from Tibet to Nebal can be anything but normal.

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Tour Prices (this is private tour based on per person and shown in US dollars)
Tour Prices (this is private tour based on per person and shown in US dollars)
Tour Itinerary

Day 1 Arrive in Lhasa by plane or by train
You may take train or air plane to Tibet from Nepal or China Mainland, at the monument you land Tibet, you will be welcome by our hospitality tour guide by saying Tashidelek, and offer a white and holy scurf. Then your whole trip in Tibet will be safe and being blessed. then a thoroughly rest in hotel is necessary and our professional tour guide will inform you Do and Don’t to protect yourself being suffering from High altitude sickness and acclimating to Lhasa's nearly 3658m elevation.Overnight at Lhasa

Day 2 Exploring Lhasa
Tibet's spiritual and governmental nexus was the Potala Palace. The palace of the Dalai Lama, in every respect, the celebrity which it enjoys throughout the world. It is powerful yet inviting, secure and stabile, yet fantastic and delightful. We’ll visit the Potala and explore the grandest of its myriad rooms, its audience halls, the immense, jeweled burial chortens of past Dalai Lama.
Tibet's holiest temple, the Jokhang Temple, was often referred to by early Western visitors as Lhasa’s cathedral. “An endless, three-story high flight of chapels surrounds [the statue],” the pioneering Tibetologist Guissepe Tucci wrote, “decorated with the smiling and sneering Buddhist pantheon. Jokhang Temple was built by King Songsten Gampo in 647 A.D. no place in Tibet than the Johkang can attract so many pilgrims, so much spiritual longing. The Jokhang is circled by the Barkhor, Lhasa's old market. In today's Barkhor we can bargain goodnaturedly for dorjes, phurbas, thangkas, and other religious implements, for Tibetan hats and boots, books, turquoise jewelry, everyday exotica, wall hangings, and maybe even some yak butter. Overnight in Lhasa

Day 3 Exploring Lhasa
Also during our Lhasa stay, we visit two of the great monasteries of central Tibet: the Drepung Monastery(due west of Lhasa) and the Sera Monastery (just north). Drepung Monastery was once home to 10,000 monks and the Dalai Lamas – it was the seat of central government until the Fifth Dalai Lama built the Potala – and Sera housed almost as many. Of the Gelugpa monasteries in Tibet, Drepung and Sera are the two greatest. If we are lucky, we may quietly ease inside to hear the lilting, booming chanting of the sutras. Or perhaps we’ll sit under a willow tree and watch as the monks engage in theatrical debate.Overnight in Lhasa

Day 4 Lhasa to Shigatse via Gyantse
LHASA TO GYANTSE, We drive follows the Tsangpo River, and then up and over15,700-foot Khampa La. Below is the huge expanse of Yamdrok Lake, and in the near distance rises a great 23,000-foot snow peak with the delightful name of Ningdzingzonka. We head westward along the lake and drive toward Gyantse.
Gyantse was historically Tibet's third largest city (after Lhasa and Shigatse). In Gyantse, we will visit the famous Pelkor Monastery, Pelkor Monastery is the main monastery in Gyantse, The Pelkor Chode Monastery also includes Gyantse Kumbum. The Kumbum has nine floors and each tier has unique chapels. It is considered the largest of the three Kumbums in Tibet;
After one and a half driving, we arrive in Shigatse, which is the second largest city in Tibet,s In Shigatse, we’ll visit Tashilunpo Monastery, the seat of Tibet's second highest incarnation, the Panchen Lama. The immense complex is a rambling warren of chapels, shrines, and halls linked by mysterious alleyways and steep staircases. Overnight in Shigatse

Day 5 Shigatse to Everest Base Camp
We’ll leave Shigatse after getting your Alien’s travel permit, and then drive to Lhatse until the lunch. On the way to Lhatse our tour guide will stop the car at few points for rest. after that you will arrive at Shegar and if the weather is clear enough then on the way down to shegar you will view the Mt, Everest from long distance . After 4 to 6 hours then you will arrive at Rongbuk monastery but on the way again you will pass one of the highest mountain in Tibet (pang la pass height 5050m) from that’s pass you will view the whole five highest pick in the world(start from left Mt, Makalu height 8481m, Mt, Lhotse height 8511m, Mt, Everest height 8848m, Mt, Cho Oyu height 8154m ) then stay a night at tent or Rongbuk monastery (during the summer time most of the tourist would like to stay in the tent instant of guest house but during the winder season all the tourist have to stay in the Rongbuk monastery’s guest house.Overnight at Rongphu Monastery Tent or Guest House

Day 6 Everest Base Camp to Zhangmu
Early in the morning before sun rise on the top of Mt, Everest, you can have a full view the magnificent Mt. Everest standing like a snow-capped pyramid in front of you at Rongpuk.Rongphu Monastery is the highest temple in the world and a Tibetan Buddhist monastery of the Nyingma sect. This monastery is 5,800 meters above sea level. Towing in the severely cold climate, it is the highest altitude monastery on the planet, there are totally 30 Buddhist monks and 30 nuns live in the monastery. However, some local people say there are only about 20 nuns and 10 monks, but there used to be about 500 monks and nuns. To Everest Base camp, you can trek from tent to base camp 4/km one way or choose the mini bus.
On the way to Zhangmu again you have to pass a high pick called Nyalam Tong La Mountain pass in China on the Matsung Tsangpo-Phung Chhu watershed divide where the Friendship Highway connecting Kathmandu, Nepal and Lhasa, Tibet crosses at 5,150 meters elevation.The road to Zhangmu is not bad but the altitude and the atmosphere is rabidly changing infront of your eyes. And this the altitude and atmosphere of Zhangmu 2300 m. (7,546ft.) and with the subtropical climate. When you arrive at there, our tour guide will arrange you in the hotel. After that take a good bath and rest in the room. Overnight at Lhatse

Day 7 Zhangmu to Kathmandu
Our Guide will drop you off at next morning at the border bridge, You are kindly required to hike on your own to cross the border bridge which is 50ms long, then check in Nepal side, you can get the Nepal visa upon arrival with 30USD, please prepare one photo at passport size to get Nepal Visa. Next step, you need to find a car or bus towards Kathmandu, 50ms ahead from border bridge,dezens of car or bus are parking here to pick up travelers;3000 Nepali Rupee for a taxi rental to Kathmandu(50USD) , 50 Nepali Rupee(Appro.1USD) for a bus seat.End tour at Nepalese Border.