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Kathmandu to Lhasa Tibet Tour

Kathmandu to Lhasa Tibet Tour Trans Himalayan 

Kathmandu to Lhasa Tibet Tour is our classic Tibetan journey which is a rugged crossing of the Tibetan Plateau linking the fabled city of Lhasa with the bustling and vibrant Kathmandu. This tour is a highly rewarding overland trip through the central Tibet starts in Lhasa and ends in Nepal’s capital Kathmandu. For this group tour, all travelers need to arrive in Kathmandu at least two days before the trip departure. This tour drives overland from Kathmandu to Lhasa across the Himalayas by way of the incredible Arniko Highway that connects Nepal with Tibet. This tour allows you to explore tranquil shores of the Turquoise Lake, ancient monasteries and beautiful cultural reflection of Tibetan Buddhism lifestyle and in Lhasa, you will be visiting famous Portal Palace as well popular other spots of around and Tibetan market.  A highlight of the journey is our visit to the famous Rongphu Valley to see Mount Everest’s north face from the historic Everest base camp.

Kathmandu to Lhasa Tibet Tour is one of the popular trips in Tibet which offers most of the attractions Tibet has to offer it starts with the outstanding mountain flight across the Himalayas from Kathmandu to Lhasa. This group tour by comfortable minibus or jeep is one of the most popular and famous tours.   Enjoy fabulous mountain scenery enrooted, visit mystical Buddhist monasteries of Tashilungpo at Shigatse, the Kumbum Stupa at Gyantse, and drive past the beautiful Turquoise Lake. You will be visiting most popular spots of Tibetan towns along the while overland journey. During the expeditions led by Mallory in the 1920s which is an experience shared by only a handful of dedicated travelers each year on this remarkable journey through Tibet. This trip lead by professional tour guide and starts from Kathmandu to Kadori and ends with Lhasa to Kathmandu.

Outline itinerary

Day 01: Drive Kathmandu to Nyalam 3600m, 133km

Day 02: Trek to Tingri 4050m 230km

Day 03: Trek to Shigatse 3900m, 235km

Day 04: Trek to Gyantse 3950m, 90km

Day 05: Trek to Lhasa 3650m, 261 km

Day 06: Sightseeing in Lhasa

Day 07: Fly back Lhasa to Kathmandu

Day 08: Final departure

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Details Itinerary

Day 01: Drive Kathmandu to Nyalam

After having breakfast early in the morning, we will drive towards Nyalam. During the time of trekking, we will pass through the lush forest of rhododendron, pine, and oak. We get chance the natural beauty and the wonderful mountain scenery to see. After necessary formalities at Nepalese immigration and crossing the bridge on the border. And we will be greeted by our Tibetan guide and continue our adventurous trekking towards Nyalam where we will spend one night in this city.    

Day 02: Drive Nyalam to Tingri 4050m 230km

Early in the morning after having breakfast we will slowly trek towards Tingri after spending the wonderful night in the Nyalam. You will start the tour from today through uphill to the highest plateau of the world with the typical view of Tibetan landscape sheer feeling of standing on the roof of the world. During the time of trekking, we can enjoy or can see the world highest mountain from this place. After reaching Tingri, we will explore all around this beautiful city and we will come back to the hotel where we will spend one night.   

Day 03: Drive Tingri to Shigatse 3900m, 235km

In the morning time after having breakfast, we will trek towards Shigatse after spending the wonderful night. We can enjoy the wonderful magnificent views of sunrise on Everest. At the time of trekking, we get an opportunity to see one of the oldest monasteries of this place. You start your tour and a four hours drive brings us to Tibet's second largest city. The people in the communities are mostly farmers and the rare cattle, yaks, sheep, cows etc. We will spend one night in the lodge of Shigatse.     

Day 04: Drive Shigatse to Gyantse 3950m, 90km

Spending the wonderful night in Shigatse we will move towards Gyantse early in the morning. This will be a long drive but on the way, we cross the Karo-la with the beautiful glacier. On the way, we will visit Shalu monastery. We descend to the main road which brings us all the way Gyantse. There will be a short drive to Gyantse with its amazing sites. You are rewarded for your effort with a night in a top in the city of Gyantse where we will spend one night.    

Day 05: Drive Gyantse to Lhasa 3650m, 261 km

We leave Gyantse for Lhasa after having breakfast early in the morning. the route leads us through the picturesque valley. The main feature of this day is the beautiful turquoise lake. After crossing the Kamba-la, Karo La and the Yarlung River the journey ends in Lhasa. We cross the Yarlung Tsangpo River and see Potala place for the first time for a distance. And we will spend one night in this beautiful city.  

Day 06: Sightseeing in Lhasa

Today we don't start our trekking because of today we will explore all around the Lhasa. The history, culture and religious beliefs of the Tibetan people are strongly concentrated and centered in this marvelous monastery. This is the holiest shrine in the Tibet and houses and the golden statue of the Shakyamuni Buddha. After completing the explore the Lhasa valley we will come back to the hotel where we will spend one night.        

Day 07: Fly back Lhasa to Kathmandu

Early in the morning, We will dive towards the local airport of Lhasa to fly towards Kathmandu valley after having breakfast. After reach in Kathmandu valley, First of all, we will check out our hotel first then after we will explore all around the Thamel Bazaar and have a farewell dinner. And return back to the hotel and spend one night in this village.  

Day 08: Final departure 

We will drop you at the International Airport with our vehicle for your departure and we will see you off.

 

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