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Dreamworld Tibet & Everest Base Camp Tour - 10 Days

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Lhasa - Gyantse - Shigatse - Sakya - Everest Base Camp - Old Tingri - Kyirung
This Tibet trip is designed for spiritual seekers, mountain adventurers and intrepid travellers. You will enjoy the unique Buddhism culture in Tibet and witness the gorgeous glacier at plateau. Besides, take a spectacular tour to Everest Camp Base, where you can appreciate the extreme wonder of the world’s highest peak - Mt. Everest.
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Day 1 Lhasa

airport-hotel transfer in Beijing

Day 2 Lhasa

breakfast, lunch
Drepung Monastery, Sera Monastery, Norbulingkha
Founded in the year 1416, the Drepung Monastery is recognized as the world’s largest monastery housing over 10,000 monks.
The Sera Monastery, one of the three most distinguished monasteries in Lhasa, is famous for its tantric teachings.
The Norbulingkha is the summer palace of the Dalai Lama.

Day 3 Lhasa

breakfast, lunch
Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Barkhor Street
The Potala Palace, which used to be the residence of the Dalai Lama and seat of the Tibetan government, is currently converted into a museum. It is comprised of over 200,000 statues, temples, shrines, and historical Tibetan relics.
The Jokhang Temple, which commemorates the marriage of Tang princess Wencheng to King Songtsen Gampo, earns the reputaiton as the first Buddhist temple in Tibet.
The Barkhor Street, Lhasa's old market, is full of vendors selling their wares. The smell of Yak butter is wafting in the air and hundreds of pilgrims are moving in a clockwise direction.

Day 4 Lhasa – Yamdrok Tso - Gyantse (by automobile)

private transfer from Lhasa to Gyantse
breakfast, lunch
Yamdruktso Lake, Palkhor Chode Monastery
The Yamdruktso Lake, one of the three largest sacred lakes in Tibet, will show you beautiful snow-capped mountains and numerous clear streams.
The Palkhor Chode Monastery enjoys a high status in Tibet Buddhism history. The Kumbum Stupa, also called “the Ten Thousand Buddha Pagodas”, is the most striking architecture in Palkhor Chode Monastery.

Day 5 Gyantse - Shigatse (by automobile)

private transfer from Gyantse to Shigatse
breakfast, lunch
Tashilhunpo Monastery
The Tashilhunpo Monastery is the traditional seat of successive Panchen Lamas and there are nearly 800 lamas in the monastery nowadays.

Day 6 Shigatse - Sakya (by automobile)

private transfer from Shigatse to Sakya
breakfast, lunch
Sakya Monastery
The Sakya Monastery is the seat of the Sakya school of Tibetan Buddhism. Inside the monastery there is one of Tibet's biggest libraries that has a collection of 84,000 scrolls.

Day 7 Sakya - Everest Base Camp (by automobile)

private transfer from Sakya to Everest Base Camp
breakfast, lunch
Rongbuk Monastery, Everest Base Camp
The Rongbuk Monastery is the world's highest monastery lying at the foot of Mt. Everest. The views of the Everest’s north face from this vantage point are amazing.
Early morning, take a car ride to the Everest Base Camp, where you can enjoy the natural wonder of the highest peak in the world.

Day 8 Everest Base Camp - Old Tingri (by automobile)

private transfer from Everest Base Camp to Old Tingri
breakfast, lunch

Day 9 Old Tingri - Kyirung (by automobile)

private transfer from Old Tingri to Kyirung
breakfast, lunch

Day 10 Kyirung

private transfer to Kyirung Pass and through China Custom to Nepal
breakfast

About Tibet Travel Permits:

 

1. All foreign travelers are required to have the Tibet Travel Permit (or Tibet Permit, Tibet Entry Permit) in hand before entering Tibet. The Tibet Travel Permit is issued by Tibet Administration to the authorized travel agencies, but not to individual travelers directly.

 

2. CITS handle Tibet Permit application for guests who booked Tibet tour package from us. Travelers can either take a tailored private tour or join in a group tour. The tour package should include services of tour guide, automobile, sightseeing & accommodation. Please be advised that we do NOT offer “permit-only” service.

 

3. The Tibet Permit needs to be applied at least 20 days prior to arrival in Tibet, so we suggest travelers send the tour inquiry at least 30 days in advance.

 

4. The general travel information (including tour dates, travelers’ personal information, destinations in Tibet…) will be attached to the Tibet Permit, so the travel itinerary could not be changed once the tour is confirmed.

 

5. All travelers can get Tibet Permit through an authorized travel agency except diplomats, journalists, and government officials who should travel to Tibet under the arrangement by the Foreign Affairs Office of Tibet Government.

 

How to book a Tibet tour with Tibet Travel Permit:

 

Step1: Traveler sends a travel inquiry to CITS.

 

Step 2: CITS travel counselor sends you an itinerary and quote. We are pleased to make any changes as per your request before you are completely satisfied with the tour proposal.

 

Step 3: Book the tour and make the payment via bank transfer or PayPal. Payment needs to be received by us at least 20 days before your arrival.

 

Step 4: Send us the following document & information:

- A scanned copy of your passport (photo page);

- A scanned copy of your China visa (tourist visa);

- All travelers’ information including full names, gender, date of birth, passport number, nationality and occupation;

 

Step 5: Your travel counselors will confirm the tour and send you an email attached with the confirmation & voucher.

 

Step 6: When you leave for Lhasa you will need to show the original copy of the Tibet permit when checking in at the airport or railway station. The permit will be delivered to our local office in the departure city. You will need to pick it up from the local office. If you booked the land service at that city, our guide will pass the permit to you.

Tour Includes :

-- Private tour guide

-- Private air-conditioned coach

-- Land transfers between airport or railway station and hotel

-- Entrance tickets as listed

-- Chinese lunch as listed

-- Centrally located hotels with breakfast

-- Tibet Travel Permit

-- Service charge & government taxes

Tour Excludes :

-- Flight or train ticket

-- Personal expenses such as laundry, drinks, phone bills, optional activities

-- Tips for guides and drivers

-- China Visa

-- Travel insurance

About Shopping or No-shopping Tours

Since October, 2013, CITS offers truly alternative prices of tours with or without shopping. Exceptionally, some tours only have one type price, such as seat-in-coach, hiking, self-driving and luxury tours, etc. Click here know more details.
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