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Thamel, Kathmandu


Tibet Overland Tour Overview

Tibet Overland Tour is like a time to travel Tibet, where you will experience the ancient lifestyle of the locals Tibetan. Tibet overland tour will offer stunning views of lush valleys, Himalayan mountains, artistic monasteries, palaces, and lakes. You have plenty of options for trekking/tours in Tibet. Whether you are looking for short tours or long adventurous tours, you will find everything here in Tibet. You can get in touch with us anytime to know about the tours and treks we offer. We do make tailor-made tours as well.


Known as the Roof of the World, tours in Tibet will take you above 5,00 meters from sea level. Tibet has become one of the dream destinations of travel around the globe because of its spectacular beauty, rich culture, and enthralling year-round snow. Moreover, Tibet is also very rich in vegetation and wildlife. The old-style houses, craft markets, Tibetan delicacies, and their history will spark the journey.



Arrival and completion of formalities. Meeting and welcome by us and transfer to the planned accommodation. Tour briefing according to arrival time (possibly also the following day). Rest of the day available for an appropriate rest from the trip or (we recommend) a visit to the historic or tourist center of the capital on foot, useful for the body after prolonged inactivity in flight. Overnight at the hotel. Meals: - / - / -

Breakfast. In the morning, guided tour of Pashupathinath, a Hindu sacred place. Hundreds of faithful and pilgrims gather on the sacred banks together with the holy men and onlookers. Continuing, Bhoudanath contrasts as a Tibetan Buddhist center and with its stupa, the largest in the country and surrounded by the Tibetan market and the numerous monasteries, some of which will be visited. Boudanath is ideal for a lunch break. In the afternoon we visit the Swoyambhunath stupa, from which you can enjoy a view of the city and finally, the historic center with Durbar square, the home of the living goddess Kumari, the temples around and walk through the local markets (bazaar) of the historic center still passing by the temples to go to the hotel. Overnight at the hotel. Meals: B/ - / -

After breakfast we depart for a guided tour of Bakhtapur, a beautifully restored medieval city that retains a strong traditional character. Here art and cultural and social life are furnished with alleys, underpasses, courtyards, squares, temples and palaces. Break for lunch. In the afternoon we continue to the nearby city of Patan with its superb Durbar square, rich in architecture and the museum to visit in the old royal palace before returning to accommodation. Overnight at Hotel. Meals: B / - / -

Early in the Morning scenic drive to Kerung Border Nepal Tibet Border through the beautiful Nepalese countryside and after necessary border formalities at Nepali immigration and cross the bridge process for all necessary formalities in Chinese immigration continue drive to Keung Town at Hotel Kerung Hotel.

After Breakfast drive uphill to the height plateau of the world with the typical view of Tibetan landscape offering sheer feeling of standing of the roof of the world from where weather permitting, breathtaking panorama of beautiful Himalayan ranges including Mt. Cho Oyu (8,201m) and Mt.Xishapangma (8,012m) on the way see to Pikucho lake overnight at Hotel

After Breakfast continue drive scenic crossing over Gyatchu La(5,220m),the highest pass en route to Lhasa via Lhatse from where a road to Mt.Kailash Bifurcates to the west. Stay overnight at Hotel Yak Hotel

After Breakfast Morning Sightseeing to the Panchen Lama’s Tashilhumpu Monastery. river Brahma Putra (Yarlung Tsangpo).Stay Overnight at Hotel In Lhasa

In the morning we visit the huge Potala Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which overlooks the city. The palace with 13 floors and a total height of 117 m and a width of over 400 m, with over 100 rooms, was until 1959, the seat of the government (Kashang) and of the last Dala Lamas. In the afternoon we visit the monastic city of Sera (Se ra Theng chen gling, 'Rose Hedge'), founded in 1419, by Jamchen Chojey (Sakya Yeshe) disciple of Jhe Tzongkhapa, founder of the Gelug-pa school, where every afternoon can attend the famous philosophical debates of the monks.

In the morning we visit the impressive monastic city of Drepung (founded in 1416) and seat of the Gelupka ("yellow caps") which before 1959 was the largest monastery in Tibet and the nearby temple of Nechung, until 1959 the seat of the Tibetan state oracle, which contains frescoes considered to be among the most beautiful in Tibet. In the afternoon, if open, you will visit the Institute of Tibetan Medicine on the edge of Barkhor, the historic center, where the Jokhang (Zuglagkang, "house of religious sciences or house of wisdom", founded in the 7th century), is also located. temple most revered by Tibetans and dedicated to Buddha Sakyamuni) and the Kora of Jokhang which incorporates much of the historic center of Barkhor. Overnight at Hotel.

Early morning drive to shegar/Tingri Via Shigatse it is bit long drive while coming back to shegar

After Breakfast, Drive back to Border, after necessary border formalities, cross border. Our guide and jeeps are waiting for your arrival for your final destination to Kathamndu. End service.

Rooms reserved until noon. Day off. In good time, according to the departure time of your flight, transfer to the airport for boarding and end of our services. Meals: B / - / -

Cost Includes

  • Twin sharing accommodation as per the itinerary on bed & breakfast (BB) basis
  • English speaking Tibetan Guide
  • Transportation as per the itinerary by Van and Bus
  • Monastery entrance fee
  • Tibet Travel permit
  • Kerung Boarder Drop Transportation

Cost Excludes

  • Lunch & Dinner
  • Train or Air fare of any sectors
  • Insurance of any kind
  • Natural or political disturbance which beyond our control.
  • Personal expenses such as drinks, tips, porter charge etc.
  • Tips for staff Driver

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