Tibet Overland Tour
Tibet overland tour indeed is journey on very rich and beautiful land, located on the highest plateau on Earth called as the Roof of the World. Tibet overland tour is more exciting crossing the high desert plateau, panoramic drives, visiting the cave, ancient monasteries and incredible view of Mt. Everest and many other Himalayan range. Despite modernization, Tibet overland 8days tour presents the beauties of its past, the fascinating Gompas, ancient markets, ever-smiling and fun-loving Tibetans and amazing turquoise lakes. Discover ancient Buddhist culture, overwhelming landscapes, exotic cities, hidden valleys, artistic monasteries, dominant inhabitant and the rest.
Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu pick up and transfer to hotel. Short tour of monkey temple swyambhunath stupa over 2600 years old.
Day 02: Kathmandu tour while Tibet visa processing today you will have full day to explore the Kathmandu valley, visit Bhaktapur an old town
Day 03: Kathmandu (1300m) to Kerung border (3750M) 156KM, approx 08 hrs drive
Day 04: KerungtoTingri (4350M), 244km, approx drive 07-08 hrs.
Day 05:Tingri /Lhatse to Sigatse (3,900M), 244km , approx 06-08 hrs drive.
Day 06: Sigatse to Gyante (3,950M), 90km,approx 2hrs drive
Day 07: Gyante to Lhasa (3650m):261 km.
Day 08-09: Lhasa Tour
Day 10: Lhasa to Kathmandu/ Chengdu/ Beijing
All airport Pick up and Drop
Tibet Travel Permit, entrance fees
Twin share accommodation in respective hotels
Tours and transfers with English speaking guide
All land transport in 4-Wheel Drive jeeps
Breakfast every day
Lunch and Dinner whilst in Kathmandu.
Nepal entry Visa Fee (You can obtain a visa easily upon your arrival at Nepal’s Airport in Kathmandu)
Airfare to Kathmandu & back.
Any kind of Alcoholic and cold drinks, chocolates,
Personal expenses, laundry, phone call, internet
Personal tour Equipment, travel and medical insurance & helicopter rescue,
Any others expenses which are not mentioned on Price Includes section
Yak for personal riding during Parikrama
Necessary Yak & Yak men for Kailash Kora
Tips and Gratitude for trekking staff