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Overview

 The Great Adventure Treks' 4-night, 5-day Lhasa tour is not just a journey; it's an emotional odyssey into the beating heart of Tibet—the city of Lhasa. Here, where the pulse of Tibetan culture and spirituality resonates strongest, every moment becomes a sacred revelation.

As you step onto this mystical land, time seems to unfold its layers, revealing a tapestry woven with the threads of tradition, history, and spiritual richness. Lhasa stands as the geographic and cultural core of Tibet, a city where the very air whispers tales of centuries gone by.

In the span of just a few nights and days, this tour offers a profound opportunity to immerse yourself in the essence of Lhasa. The city, with its ancient monasteries and palaces, becomes a living canvas depicting the soul-stirring stories of Tibetan life. The Great Adventure Treks' carefully crafted itinerary is more than a travel plan; it's a gateway to the cultural treasures of Lhasa.

The air in Lhasa is thick with a sense of holiness and mystery that permeates every corner. The monasteries, where the chants of monks reverberate through time, invite you to witness a spiritual practice that transcends the mundane. Pilgrims, with unwavering faith, tread the paths of ancient traditions, leaving footprints that echo with devotion.

Lhasa is not just a city; it's a sanctuary of profound experiences. Within its boundaries lie the secrets of Tibetan Buddhism, waiting to unfold before your eyes. The palaces and architectural marvels speak of a history that has weathered storms and stood resilient against the test of time.

This brief but potent tour isn't merely a sightseeing adventure; it's an invitation to connect with the very soul of Tibet. It's a journey that goes beyond geographical landscapes, allowing you to touch the spiritual landscapes that define the Tibetan way of life.

By the end of this pilgrimage, your spirit will be enriched, your horizons expanded, and your heart filled with the echoes of Tibetan values. The Lhasa tour is a passage to new topographies, customs, religious practices, and profound insights about Tibetan Buddhists. It's not just a vacation; it's a transformative experience that leaves an indelible mark on your soul—a journey into the beating heart of Lhasa, a city that beckons you to unravel its mysteries and embrace the beauty of Tibetan culture.

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Trip Itinerary

Morning you will fly for about an hour over the panoramic Himalayan Ranges to the capital of Tibet. "Lhasa". Lhasa, at an altitude of 3,650 meters, is situated on the north bank of the Kyichu River. Lhasa, which in Tibetan means "Place of the Gods," is the residence of the Dalai Lama. On arrival, you will be met by the local representative and transferred to your respective hotel. (60 km/1hr). full rest in the afternoon to acclimatize. Overnight at a hotel in Lhasa

After breakfast, proceed for a full day of sightseeing at Potala Palace and Norbulingka. Potala Palace, this legendary palace built atop a single hill is synonymous with Tibet by the first foremost king Songtsen Gompa. Norbulingka, meaning "Treasure Park," covers an area of around 360000 sq. m. and is considered to be the biggest man-made garden in Tibet. After sightseeing, you will be transferred to your hotel for your overnight stay in Lhasa.

After breakfast, spend the day sightseeing at Sera Monastery, Jokhang Monastery, and Barkhor Market. Sera Monastery, 5 Kms north of Lhasa, Sera setting is one of Lhasa's prettiest monasteries. Once, a community of more than 5,000 monks resided here but was virtually extinguished by the Chinese. Jokhang Temple, situated in the heart of Old Lhasa, houses Tibet's most precious religious relic, a golden Shakyamuni Buddha, which was brought as a gift by the Chinese Princess Wen Cheng on the occasion of her wedding to the Tibetan King, Songtsen Gompo. Barkhor Market Place, which is the religious and social focus of Lhasa After sightseeing, you will be transferred to a hotel for your overnight stay in Lhasa.

After breakfast, visit the Tibetan Medical Institute. Afternoons are free for shopping or other activities on your own. Overnight at a hotel in Lhasa

Transfer to airport to connect return flight.Quotation (except for the months of August, September, and October)

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Includes

  • Transportation: bus or Jeep, as per group size.
  • Tibet travel permit
  • English-speaking Tibetan guide
  • Accommodation is on a "twin sharing" basis.
  • sightseeing and monastery entrance fees as per our itinerary.
  • Daily breakfast.
  • Hotel-airport-hotel transfers in Lhasa and Kathmandu

Doesn't Include

  • client and travel insurance.
  • Lunch and dinner
  • Personal expenses such as a drink, tips, etc.
  • Nepal re-entry visa fee

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Frequently Asked Questions

A Tibet Lhasa Tour is a travel experience that typically involves visiting Lhasa, the capital city of the Tibet Autonomous Region in China, and exploring its cultural, historical, and natural attractions.

The duration of the tour can vary, but a common itinerary ranges from 7 to 10 days, allowing travelers to explore Lhasa and its surrounding areas.

Key attractions in Lhasa include the Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Barkhor Street, Sera Monastery, and Drepung Monastery.

While English may not be as widely spoken as in some other tourist destinations, many tour guides and staff in tourist areas can communicate in English. It's helpful to learn a few basic Tibetan phrases or carry a translation app.

Photography is generally allowed at most tourist sites, but it's advisable to check for specific regulations, especially in religious sites where photography might be restricted or prohibited.

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