13 Days Tibet Nepal Nature Scenery Tour

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Tour Details

This 13-day Tibet Nepal Nature Scenery Tour takes you to the best common views of both Tibet and Nepal, demonstrating to you the stunning scene of Himalayas, turquoise lakes, immense prairie spotted with sheep and yaks, superb mountains, primitive timberland, fantastic valleys. Consistently changing sights make a superb encounter for you.

Itinerary

Day 1Arrival In Lhasa (3680m)

This is the primary day that you enter Tibet. Your guide will welcome you at the air terminal or railroad station and exchange you to the exquisite inn. It for the most part takes around 1.5 hours to drive from Lhasa Airport to downtown Lhasa and takes about 20mins from Lhasa Railway Station. Visitors could view Yarlung Tsangpo River, the biggest and longest stream in Tibet on their way to the lodging. After registration, you can have a decent rest first. Also, on the off chance that you feel like to go out, you can meander around the city. In any case, simply recollect that don’t take an excess of stuff, attempt to go with a light pack. In the mean time, drink some more water. It’s extremely helpful to get acclimatized to the high height.

Remain medium-term in Lhasa

Day 2 Lhasa City

Toward the beginning of the day our guide will meet you at the inn and first take you to visit the popular Potala Palace, the cardinal milestone of Tibet and the artful culmination of Tibetan design, it was first worked by 33rd King Songtsen Gangpo in the seventh century and modified it later in the seventeenth century by fifth Dalai Lama, presently it is an exhibition hall and world legacy site.

Toward the evening, we will go to visit Jokhang Temple in the focal point of the old Lhasa city. Jokhang Temple is a standout amongst the most hallowed sanctuaries in all over Tibet and it is continually clamoring with sincere nearby explorers since from early days. After that you will go for a stroll around the Barkhor road which is the a standout amongst the most reverential circuit just as a packed focal market of Lhasa, Barkhor Street is situated in the old territory of Lhasa City Tibet, it is an extremely antiquated round road encompassing the Jokhang Temple and local people are constantly glad for it. As an image of Lhasa, it is additionally an absolute necessity see place for guests.

Day 3Lhasa Suburb

Our guide and driver will get you at the inn in the early morning and after that drive to visit the Drepung Monastery which is situated at the foot of the Mountain Gambo Utse, 5 kilometers (3.1 miles) from the western suburb of Lhasa, the Drepung Monastery is known as the most significant cloister of Gelugpa in Tibetan Buddhism. It was established in 1416 by Jamyang choge, one of the Tsongkhapa’s primary supporters.

After lunch, you are going to visit the Sera Monastery which is situated at the foot of Tatipu Hill in the northern suburb of Lhasa City; Sera Monastery is one of three renowned religious communities in the city alongside the Drepung Monastery and the Ganden Monastery. One of the fundamental attractions of Sera Monastery is discussing. As a piece of their examination, lamas must take an interest in discussions to facilitate their understanding and continue to further developed dimensions of study. The discussing for the most part is held at around 3 – 5 toward the evening with the exception of Sunday…

Day 4Lhasa - Namtso - Lhasa

On the way to Namtso, you will have a far view of Nyenchen Thanglha Snow Mountain. Enjoy the view of the vast grassland and spectacular natural scenery. You’ll arrive at Namtso after pass Nagela Pass(5150m).

Day 5Lhasa - Gyantse - Shigatse

From Lhasa to Gyantse is abt 264km, en route you will pass by Khamba-la Pass (4794m), and with the huge massif of Mt Nojin Kangtsang (7191m) at far distance in view. Then head to Shigatse via the fertile Nyangchu Valley, a wide agricultural plain where colorfully decorated yaks and horses are used by Tibetan farmers to till the land.

Day 6Shigatse - Tingri - Rongphu - EBC

Tibet has a genuine standard about speed-limit. Despite the fact that from Shigatse to Everest district is just abt 350km or something like that, the close to 40km/hr guideline, and the numerous street checks spotted in transit, truly back us off. So be set up to spend around 10~12hrs out and about including feast time. The upside is the view en route is wonderful. Prepare your camera. Additionally, set up certain snacks with you to bring along.

On the off chance that it’s mid year (normally May~Oct), we will remain medium-term at Everest Tent Camp; if winter time (generally Nov~Apr), we will remain at Rongbuk Monastery’s guesthouse. The two spots have yet dormitory bed stopping accessible. The two spots you can see the magnificent Everest dusk if the climate is great.

Day 7EBC – Gyirong Border 370km, Approx. 8hrs

You can rise early and appreciate the dawn of Everest Peak at hotel region if the climate is great. In the wake of touring, we will drive to Gyirong, the fringe which interfaces Tibet and Nepal. In transit, visitors can appreciate stunning vista of Mt. Shishapangma and the Pekutso Lake. In the wake of passing the Ghungtang Lhamo(5236M), we will touch base in Gyirong in late evening.

Day 8 Gyirong - Kathmandu

Drive to Gyirong Port in early morning. You are required to walk on your own to cross the border bridge which is about 50m long. Your Nepali driver will greet you at the other side of the bridge and transfer you to Kathmandu.

Day 9Kathmandu Sightseeing

Today you will begin to investigate Kathmandu with our accomplished Nepali guide.

Initially, you will go to Swyambhunath Temple to see the stupa there. Swyambhunath was assembled 2000 years prior, even more established than Kathmandu city! It’s one of the World Cultural Heritages in Nepal. What’s more, it’s likewise called “Monkey Temple” as there are several wild monkeys live around it. The Swyambhunath Stupa is the second biggest stupa in Nepal. The Buddha’s eyes were painted on the four sides of the stupa, implies Buddha is watching you. The paint makes it so holy that numerous travelers come to revere.

At that point you will go to see the biggest stupa in Nepal, just as on the planet. Boudhanath Stupa is situated in the eastern of Kathmandu. 90% of Nepalese are Hindu enthusiasts. you can see Lord Shiva all over. In any case, here, Boudhanath is a blessed spot of Tibetan Buddhism as it’s situated in the primary exchanging go among Nepal and Tibet. Along these lines, each morning, there are numerous Tibetan Buddhist doing kora here, which is extremely a great scene.

At last, we are making a beeline for Pashupatinath Temple, the biggest Hindu sanctuary in Nepal. The lord of annihilation—Shiva is cherished in it. “Pashu” signifies “every living animal”, “Patinath” signifies “the ruler”. This sanctuary is otherwise called “carcass incineration sanctuary” since it’s where Hindu aficionados incinerate the dead bodies in broad daylight.

Remain medium-term in Kathmandu

Day 10Kathmandu - Chitwan

About 148km south-west of Kathmandu, Chitwan National Park is one of Nepal’s popular tourist destination and also known as the first national park in Nepal.

Day 11Chitwan

Chitwan is one of the premier drawcards in Nepal, and there was little damage to areas visited by tourists in the 2015 earthquake. The World Heritage–listed reserve protects over 932 sq km of forests, marshland and rippling grassland, and is home to sizeable wildlife populations.

Day 12Chitwan - Kathmandu

Drive back to Kathmandu today, which abt 5hrs on the road.

Day 13 Departure From Kathmandu

Guide and driver will pick you up at you hotel according to your flight schedule to transfer you to Kathmandu Airport for your flight home.

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