Mysterious Tibet 6 Day

    • Tour Code : LJR6D
    • Duration : 6 Day
  • -Potala Palace;
    -Jokhang Temple;
    -Tashilhunpo Monastery;
    -Barkhor Street;
    -Yamdrok Lake;
    -Grashi Monastery;
    -Sera Monastery
Altitude Reaction: as you are walking over high land, it is possible for you to feel some of the minor symptoms and discomfort of altitude sickness like headache, loss of appetite etc until your body adjusts to the high terrain. If it is not serious, please do not rely on oxygen equipment all the time so that you can acclimate yourself to the high altitude as early as possible.Do not do anything strenuous like brisk walking and running on the first day; do not smoke nor drink alcohol either; do not eat too much for dinner; do not take showers or bathes too frequently especially on your first night in Tibet Please don't worry and take as much water as possible.
Day01, Lhasa Arrival
Itinerary
Upon arrival at Lhasa Gonggar airport (LXA), you will be transferred to hotel. The rest of the day will be at leisure for you to relax and acclimatize yourself to the high altitude reaction.
(Free Airport Pick-up Period: 8:30am-10:30am, 2:00pm-4:00pm, passengers arriving adjacent within 2 hours will be picked up together; those who come to Tibet by train need to pay extra pick-up fee: $70 vehicle/transfer for 2-3passengers or check in hotel by themselves).
Cities
  • Lhasa

    Lhasa

Meals
no meals
Hotel
Quasi-5☆Tibet Minzu Hotel /Fliport Garden Hotel Lhasa/similar
Day2,Lhasa
Itinerary
This morning we will visit the landmark of Lhasa-【the Potala Palace】. Potala in Sanskrit means sacred place of the Goddness of Mercy. It is the ancient time castle-style architectures with the highest altitude. We will be viewing the Winter Palace within the Potala Palace. It is also the Tibetan Political Centre and resident for previous Dalai Lama since the seventh century AD. Then visit the ancient【Jokhang Temple】which is the sacred place in the eye of all Tibetan Buddhism followers. Thereafter, walk around the most bustling handicraft market of Lhasa-【the Barkhor Street】, for some minority handicraft souvenirs. Later, visit a Tibetan tea store. To the Tibetans, tea is a beverage just like coffee to the westerners.
Cities
  • Lhasa

    Lhasa

Meals
Meals:B L D
Hotel
Hotel:Quasi-5☆Tibet Minzu Hotel /Fliport Garden Hotel Lhasa/similar
Day3,Lhasa- Yamdrok Lake- Gyangtse- Shigatse
Itinerary
Today we will set off from Lhasa, climbing over the【Kambala Snow Mountain】with an altitude of 4900 meters to visit 【the Yamdrok Lake】-it is the world’s highest altitude fresh water lake and renown as the sacred lake in the sky. Then proceed to Shigatse via Gyangtse.
Cities
  • Lhasa

    Lhasa

  • YamdrokTso

    YamdrokTso

  • Shigatse

    Shigatse

Meals
Meals:B L D
Hotel
4☆Shigatse Hotel/Tashi Choeta Hotel/ similar
Day4,Shigatse-Lhasa
Itinerary
After breakfast, we will visit the【Tashilhunpo Monastery】, which is the rest in peace place of Panchen Lama and also one of the 6 major monasteries for Tibetan Yellow Sect. This monastery was built by the first Panchen Lama in 1447 and thereafter became the resident of all the previous Panchen Lama. There is a world tallest Mi’le Buddha statue, which is 28 meters tall in the monastery. Then return to Lhasa.
Cities
  • Shigatse

    Shigatse

  • Lhasa

    Lhasa

Meals
Meals:B L D
Hotel
Quasi-5☆Tibet Minzu Hotel /Fliport Garden Hotel Lhasa/similar
Day5,Lhasa
Itinerary
After breakfast, visit the only Temple of wealth in Tibet-【Grashi Monastery】. Then proceed to the Geological Mining Museum where you can appreciate the mysterious Tibetan bead and the art of Tibetan Thangka. After lunch, visit one of the three largest monasteries in Lhasa-【Sera Monastery】. The Gelugpa or Yellow Hat Sect of Tibetan Buddhism studies Buddhist doctrines using a step-by-step process. As a part of their study, lamas must participate in debates to further their comprehension and proceed to more advanced levels of study. The debating traditions in the Sera Monastery are unique among the three famous monasteries in Lhasa. Thereafter, we will visit the Tibetan Pharmaceutical Factory where you can see the magic effect of Tibetan medicine.
Cities
  • Lhasa

    Lhasa

Meals
Meals:B L D
Hotel
Quasi-5☆Tibet Minzu Hotel /Fliport Garden Hotel Lhasa/similar
Day6,Lhasa Departure
Itinerary
After breakfast, transfer to the airport for the flight to your next destination. Optional items (at your own expenses, excluded in the admission fee as indicated): Karuola Glacier + Phalha Manor + Tibetan Family Visit: RMB580/pax Tour arrangements will be subject to local real conditions! Wish you a happy journey! 【Warm Tips when you are in Tibet】 1. Altitude Reaction: as you are walking over high land, it is possible for you to feel some of the minor symptoms and discomfort of altitude sickness like headache, loss of appetite etc until your body adjusts to the high terrain. If it is not serious, please do not rely on oxygen equipment all the time so that you can acclimate yourself to the high altitude as early as possible. Please don't worry and take as much water as possible. You may prepare some health care medicine such as: American ginseng tablet, rhodiola rosea or plateau peaceful capsule. It’s a good way to keep a usual mind. Please follow tour guide’s advice. 2. dos and donts: don’t do anything strenuous like brisk walking and running on the first day; don’t smoke nor drink alcohol either; don’t eat too much for dinner; don’t take showers or bathes too frequently especially on your first night in Tibet. 3. What to wear: casual clothing and comfortable walking shoes are the must for your trip to Tibet. Make sure to take warm clothing as it is quite chilly and cold during the nights and early morning. 4. What to take: water bottle, snacks which you can have in your trip, your Personal medical kit, sunglasses, sun screen lotion, Bandana, scarf or mask for keeeping your lungs from dust and so on.
Cities
  • Lhasa

    Lhasa

Meals
Meal: B
Pricing
Terms

Price Remark:

01.Price is based on Twin share/ Triple share. A single supplement applies for travelers who require single-occupancy room, including the circumstances caused by the cancellation of other travelers in the same room. We are not obligated to find a sharer for single travelers on the tour. We reserve the right to end our service for anyone who refuses to pay a single supplement caused by no-show of his or her roommate on the first day, and a penalty of first night hotel expense will be charged.
02. Tour fare includes meals as indicated, accommodation and English speaking guide.
03. Tour fare excludes International flight ticket fare and tax, Visa fees, any private
consumption, admission fee as indicated, service charge and optional items fee.
04. Total expense: tour fare + admission fee as indicated + service charge.
05. Admission fee as indicated ($180/pax) and service charge ($60/pax) must be pre-paid at time of reservation and are the same for adults and children (free for infant under 2 years old).
06. Price only applies to American/Canadian/Australian travelers.
07. Attendance during the whole trip is required.
08. Please do contact us by emails or phone calls to reconfirm hotel information 3 days prior to tour starting date; otherwise, we shall not be responsible for expenses caused by travelers going to the wrong hotel.
09. We will wait the travelers at the airport within 2 hours after the landing time. Travelers who do not show up during these 2 hours shall be regarded as giving up transfer. Please contact us by following way: emergency contact, booking confirmer or service hotline. If you leave the airport without informing us, we shall not be responsible for the caused expenses. 
10. There are shopping excursions on this tour as per itinerary. However, there is no obligation to purchase anything. Visitors who are not very keen on shopping can treat this as culture learning experience. 
11. We reserve the right to modify the itinerary if necessary subject to the local real conditions.

Terms and Conditions

1)Tibet Travel guidelines: foreign passengers and Taiwanese tourists who want to travel in Tibet are required to hold the Tibet Tourism Bureau (T.T.B.) Permits when boarding the plane or the copy of this permit when boarding the train and their China visa must be Chinese tourist visa “L”. Permits are necessary for entry to Lhasa or any other part of the Tibetan Autonomous Region. Please make sure to get the permit timely from our specified places. Foreign journalists are forbidden to enter Tibet.

2)You are required to enter Tibet only from Beijing, Shanghai, Canton or Chengdu. Necessary information for obtaining a Tibet travel permit (the cost has been included in the tour fare above): nationality, occupation, gender, day of birth as well as the scanning copies of your passport and visa. Please provide all the materials at least 30 days prior to tour start date. Any cost caused by wrong information or delay of submitting information will be undertaken by guests themselves.

3)Two methods of obtaining your Tibet Travel Permit (please provide us the correct address and contact No.):

A. Local delivery (available only in Beijing/Shanghai/Canton/Chengdu downtown or airport): extra $80/transfer.

B. Express delivery (available in China’s major capital cities’ downtown area): extra $10/transfer.

4)Total fare composed of tour fare, admission fee as indicated and service charge must be pre-paid at time of reservation. The admission fee as indicated and service charge for adults and children are the same (free for infant under 2 years old).

5)Tour fare above is based on American adults (non-student group).

That for travelers under 12 years old is as follows:

6)Excellent English speaking tour guide.

7)We reserve the right to modify the itinerary if necessary subject to the local real conditions.

8)We reserve the right to modify the price without notice subject to the fluctuations of exchange rates.

9)Attendance during the whole trip is required.

10) There are shopping excursions on this tour as per itinerary. However, there is no obligation to purchase anything. Visitors who are not very keen on shopping can treat this as culture learning experience.  


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