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Tibet Lhasa Overland Tibet Lhasa Overland
Tibet Lhasa Overland Tibet Lhasa Overland
Activities : Trekking, Culture Tour, Sightseeing
Difficulty : Moderate
Max Elevation :
Trekking Style : Camping/Lodge
Meal : All Included
Accommodation : Tent/Lodge
Transportation : As Itinerary
Best Month : Jun/july,August/Sept

Trip Introduction

Tibet Lhasa tour is one of the well-liked tour in Tibet. Tibet Lhasa adventure package tour offers excellent Himalayan views, the Potala palace, Tibetan cultural tradition, monasteries. Your adventure Tibet tour will start fly to Lhasa with a wonderful flight over the Eastern Himalayas overseas China Southwest Airline's aircraft. Mt. Everest (8848m), Mt Makalu (8478m), Kanchenjunga (8585m) and a host of other high Himalayan peaks should be visible on a clear day as the aircraft wings first east and then north to Lhasa. The flight time is short just about one hour. Three days in Lhasa allow you to explore the wonders of soaring, temples and monasteries that are resources of both religion and art. More significantly however, is that they symbolize the grand cultural mix that is today's Lhasa -a lively growing city.

Outline Itinerary

Kathmandu to Nyalam -3,750m (12,300ft)-162Kms.
Nyalam to Lhatse -4,350m (14,270ft)-220Kms
Lhatse to Shigatse -3,900m (12,790ft)-244Kms.
Shigatse to Gyantse -3,950m (12,955)-90kms.
Gyantse to Lhasa -3,650m (11,970)-259kms.
Lhasa Sightseeing Tour
Lhasa Sightseeing Tour
Final departure from Lhasa or extend your tour



Early morning drive (Approx. 5 hours) from Kathmandu to Kodari (1,873m/6,140ft). After completing immigration and custom formalities drive up hill to Zhangmu (2,300m/75,44ft). This is Tibetan border town. The Tibetan Guide will meet the Group on arrival at the check post and we drive further road climbs and climbs to Nyalam for overnight. On the way you will see fantastic view of deep valley with some overflowing waterfalls.


Drive (Approx. 7 hours) to Xegar crossing two spectacular passes. Nyalam pass (3,800m/12,464ft) and Lalung La pass (5,082m/16,670ft). This drive offers fantastic view of the high mountains including, Mount Everest (8,848m/29,021ft) Jugal Himal, Mt. Makalu (8464m) etc. Overnight in Lhatse


Drive (Approx. 6 hrs) to reach Shigatse, the place of famous Tashilunpo Monastery and seat of Panchen Lama until his death in 1989 with its huge Thangka wall which is clearly visible from the north side of the road . Overnight in Shigatse.


In the morning visit the Tashilunpo Monastery and the free bazaar of Xigaste. After lunch embark on a pleasant 2 hours drive to Gyantse. Here you visit the Khumbum Stupa and Phalkot Monastery. Overnight in Gyantse.


The drive to Lhasa takes 08 hours, crossing 2 passes The Karo La (5010m) and Kamba La (4794m) pass and Lake Yamdrok Tso (Turquoise Lake). You will cross the Yarlung Tsangpo (Brahamaputra) river and see the distant views of the Potala Palace. Overnight in Lhasa


Foremost, our tour begins with a visit to Sera Monastery. An experienced tour guide also working as an interpreter escorts we to this preserved monastery of white-washed walls and golden roofs. Equally adventurous and exciting tempo builds up while touring Norbulingka, the summer palace of the Dalai Lama. Jokhang Temple is another important sacred site which unravels more deep seated mysteries of Tibetan Buddhism. Visit to Barkhor Market can be quite a change from other visits as we roam around the city savoring every tiny detail from stall hawkers coaxing their clients to purchase their goods to exhibition of Tibetan culture, custom and tradition. Eventually, the tour for the day concludes as you return to the comforts of your hotel.


Like the previous day, you experience invaluable insights during your visits to Potala Palace and Drepung Monastery. This 17th century Potala Palace offers an awesome view of entire city and also has private quarters of the Dalai Lama, numerous grand state rooms and chapels. Ancient history has it that Drepung Monastery which was built in 14th century used to shelter around 10,000 monks but as now there has been quite a declination resulting in only few hundreds. Tibetans' respect and belief are immensely knotted with this monastery.


From today you are free; so make your own itinerary or contact us to extend your trip. You are responsible for making all the necessary arrangements and return journey to Nepal or towards to mainland China. However, if you would like to fly out from Lhasa to Kathmandu or any other city of mainland China, we can manage the air or Train ticket in advance.


  • Transfer by Bus in Nepal part and 4WD Land Cruiser (4500 CC) in Tibet Part.
  • Accommodation in Budget Hotel and guest House in BB (Bed and Breakfast) basis.
  • Sightseeing by English Speaking Tibetian Guide.
  • Monastery entrance fees.
  • All Airport-Hotel-Airport Tranfer.


  • Lunch and Dinner.
  • Nepal re-entry Visa Fees.
  • Insurance of any kind.
  • Expenses of personal nature.
  • Flight ticket Lhasa - Kathmanu
  • Chinese Visa fee


Group joining or your own private group (all prices are in USD)

for 2 pax
for 3-6 Pax
for 7-11 Pax
for 12-19 Pax
for 20 Pax & above
Singe Supplementry
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Fixed Departure Dates

No fixed departure dates for this trip. Please contact us for your intrested date.

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Tibet Travel Information


· Most importantly, all travellers inTiBET are kindly requested to bear in mind that TIBET being extremely remote and isolated by the most formidable Himalayan ranges, remains still one of the most captivating but least developed parts in the world. With its very short history of tourism (just about 8 years), the facilities for tourists although being upgraded are still at basic and limited scale. So, the visitors are requested not to have high expectation in terms of facilities in TIBET . However , we will always put all our efforts to make your journey as pleasant as possible.


·  Besides , the road between TIBET & NEPAL is not upto the standard. It is rough, bumpy and full of bends. Particularly , during monsoon ( June- August), it can be temporarily obstructed bly landslides and erosion . So, a bit sporty wears and shoes are much advised facilitation the travellers to walk over the landslides (specially in the NEPAL portion).



Travelling in Tibet is an adventure involving high altitude and could be strenuous. So far, most visitors have only minor effects from the altitude. However, we advise specially the guests with known heart or lungs or blood diseases to consult their doctor before travelling. Mild headache , fever , loss of appetite or stomach disorder can take place before acclimatization


·         Our advice: Drink 4ltr. of water minimum a day, don't exhaust yourself so much and breathe deep and take rest more than usual.  


·         BOOKING & VISA
Minimum 2 weeks in advance (for booking from outside KATHMANDU) and one week (from within KATHMANDU)  a firm booking with full payment along with full passport details (Incl. Full Name, Date & Place of birth. Passport No.,Date of Issue & Expiry, Professional, Sex, Home Address, Tel. No.,etc.) Should reach us. We arrange CHINA/TIBET visa at a cost of USD 85.00 per person. For visa procedure, 5 full working days are required with a condition that clients should be available in Kathmandu, otherwise urgent charge will have to be borne by the clients. 


50% of the tour cost will be charged as cancellation fee if you cancel the tour within 7 days prior to the start to the tour No refund, thereafter, also for NO-SHOWS, DELAY ARRIVALS or whatsoever reasons.



We shall always put all efforts in making your journey smooth and pleasant. However, as all Tibet Tours are run strictly under TIBET TOURISM AUTHORITY, or its agents shall not be responsible of any change or cancelation of programmers due to any unavoidable circumstances such as Political demonstration, road blockade, flood, snow, unrest, cancellation of flight, delay flights, delay arrivals, sickness or accidents. Any extra cost incurring therof shall be borne by the clients. So, it is most advisable that clients to have full insurance against medical and personal accidents risks