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Overland Adventure in Tibet With one Way Trans Himalayan Flight

( 07 NIGHTS / 08 DAYS )


Early morning scenic drive to Kodari (Nepal – Tibet border) through the beautiful Nepalese countryside and after necessary border formalities both at Nepalese and Chinese immigrations, check-in to hotel or continue drive to Nyalam.

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Detailed Itinerary

  • Day 01
    Kathmandu ( 1,350m ) – Kerong ( 2,900m ): 170 Km / 6 – 7 hrs drive.
    Morning drive from Kathmandu to the Kerong border ( The new border of Nepal-Tibet ) through the winding road with scenic drive. Arriving at the border, after Nepali immigration formalities you will meet our Tibetan guide go through the immigration formalities on the Chinese side, than further drive to the town of Kerong and check in at the hotel. Overnight at the guest house.
  • Day 02
    Kerong – Xegar ( 4200m ), 340 km, appx 6 -7 hour drive.
    Day drive uphill to the highest plateau of the world with the typical view of Tibetan landscape offering sheer feeling of standing on the roof of the world crossing over Lalungla ( 5,050m/16,568ft ), from where, weather permitting, breathtaking panorama of beautiful Himalayan ranges including Mt Cho Oyu ( 8,201m/26,906ft ) and Mt Xishapagma ( 8,012m/26,286ft ) but dwarfed by the vastness of the Tibetan plateau. From Tingri, one can enjoy the glimpse of Mt. Everest ( 8,848m/29,029ft ).

    Xegar, a new Chinese commune built at the foot of the ruins of Xegar Dzong, 7 kms from the main road. With a population of 3000, it is the centre of this large and remote area and a base from which expeditions to Mt. Everest and other peaks are launched.
  • Day 03
    Xegar / Lhatse – Shigatse ( 3,900m/12,795 ) : 244 Km / 204 Km
    Continue scenic drive crossing over Gyatchu La ( 5,220m ), the highest pass en route to Lhasa via Lhatse with a high chance of encountering the Tibetan nomads with their animal herds like yaks and sheep.

    Shigatse is situated in the southwest of the Tibet Autonomous Region where Nyangchu River joins the Yarlung Tsangpo River. Shigatse is the second biggest town in Tibet and it is the center of transportation and distribution of agriculture and husbandry products from the southeastern part of Tibet. “Shigatse” in Tibetan means the “Estate that fulfills one’s Wishes.”
  • Day 04
    Shigatse – Gyantse ( 3,950m ) : 90 Km
    Morning sightseeing to the Panchen Lama’s Tashilhunpo Monastery. Drive to Gyantse and visit to the Kumbum Stupa and Phalkor Monastery. Overnight at hotel.

    Tashilhumpo monastery is believed to be the most beautiful monastery in Tibet, founded in 1417. The most amazing in this monastery is the giant statue of the Maitreya (Future Buddha) erected by the 9th Panchen Lama in 1914 and took 4 years for its establishment. Fourth Panchen Lama’s funeral stupa was also built in 1662 which is one of the major attractions in the monastery.

    The famous Kumbum, a combination of pagoda and stupa arts, stands with nine storeys with its 108 doors and 77 chapels contaning clay sculptures and various murals. The pagoda is said to have 100,000 images of Buddha either sculptured or painted.

    Phalkor monastery is the next door monument to the Kumbum. It was founded in 1418. Its role is unique on the Buddhism in Tibet as it represents all the three sects of Tibetan Buddhism: Gelugpa, Sakkyapa and Bhutan.
  • Day 05
    Gyantse – Lhasa ( 3,650m/11,975ft ) : 261 Km
    Full day picturesque drive crossing over Karola (5,010m/16,437ft), Kambala (4,794m/15,728ft), colourful Yamdrok Lake and the Tibetan lifeline river Brahma Putra (Yarlung Tsangpo).

    Yamdrok Lake is one of the biggest and beautiful lakes in Tibet. We pass by this lake with about 2 hours drive along its bank. Yamdrok means turquoise in Tibetan language. In fact, the lake looks exactly as beautiful as turquoise blue during the good weather days.

    The Brahmaputra River is one of the last largely free-flowing rivers emanating from the Tibetan Plateau. Originating as the Yarlung Tsangpo River, it flows across southern Tibet through the Himalayas and into India and Bangladesh before merging with the Ganges and emptying into the Bay of Bengal.

    Lhasa, the capital of the Tibet Autonomous Region is located at the north bank of Kyichu River, a tributary of the Yarlung Tsangpo River, at an altitude of 3650 meters above sea level. Lhasa has a history of more than 1300 years and has been the center of politics, economy, culture and religion.
  • Day 06
    Two full days sightseeing tour to Lhasa including Sera and Drepung Monasteries.

    Sera, means “hailstone” in Tibetan. Set at the foot of the Wudu Hill to the north of Lhasa City, Sera is comprised of a great sutra chanting hall and a college. Sera Monastery was founded in 1419 by Jamchen Choje, a disciple of Tsongkapa, the founder of Gelugpa Sect.

    Drepung Monastery, was founded in 1416 by Jamyang Choje, a disciple of Tsongkapa, the founder of Gelugpa Sect. The monastery, occupying an area of 250,000 square meters with a fixed number of 7,700 monks, is the largest monastery in Tibet. The monastery keeps many historical relics, Buddhist scriptures, arts, and crafts.
  • Day 07
    Full day sightseeing tour to Lhasa including Jokhang Temple, Barkhor Bazaar, Potala Palace.

    Jokhang Temple, situated in the center of the old section of Lhasa called Barkhor, was built in the mid-7th century A. D. It was later extended by successive rulers, and has now become a gigantic architecture complex. Located in the east, and facing the west, Jokhang is a four storied Temple with splendid golden roofs.

    Barkhor Bazaar is a market complex just outside and around Jokhang Temple. It is the main Tibetan bazaar which has been able to sustain Tibetan culture & heritage until today. This bazaar is good for shopping and eating out and also mixing with the local Tibetan people.

    Potala Palace is one of most famous architectural works of Tibet and stands on the top of the Red Hill in Lhasa. The word Potala comes from Sanskrit. In the 7th century, it was built for meditational purpose. It was Dalai Lama’s winter palace. Its white part is used for administrative purpose and the red part for the religious purpose.
  • Day 08
    Lhasa – Kathmandu
    Early morning drive to Gonggar airport for departure flight to Kathmandu or to your onward destination.

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