- Visit the UNESCO World Heritage–listed in Lhasa City
- Potala Palace - The Most important Palace in Tibetan Buddhism
- Led by a local guide
You will Wander through the bustling Barkhor Circuit after visiting Tibet’s holiest shrine available in the Jokhang temple. You will also observe interesting monk debates and explore the Tibetan Quarter. This tour will furthermore allow you to visit Lhasa’s great religious institutions of Sera and Drepung and watch the monks debating their religious interpretations.
We offer you a very interesting, fun, and informative journey, at a great price. We kindly refer to the day-by-day itinerary for more details.
Your guide will meet you at the airport or train station and transfer to your hotel for check-in and rest or a free time to explore the city on your own.
The tour will begin from UNESCO World Heritage site - Potala Palace, which is also the winter palace of Dalai lama. It's situated at 12,139 feet (3,700 meters) above sea level. It's a 13-story high building that contains over 1,000 rooms, various statues, stupas, murals and artifacts.
Then continue to Jokhang Temple, another UNESCO World Heritage site. It’s a spiritual center for Buddhists in Tibet. Next to the temple there is Bakhor street, filled with pilgrims and street vendors, selling traditional Tibetan items such as prayer wheels and jewelry.
You will visit two great monasteries of central Tibet: the Drepung and Sera Monastery. Drepung was a seat of central government until the 5th Dalai Lama built Potala Palace. If the timing right you can get a change to watch the monks debate the Buddhist scriptures.
The guide will transfer you to the airport or train station and help you to board your flight/train.
- Tibet travel permit and other necessary permits
- Admission fee of tourist sites listed in itinerary
- Professional local guide
- Accommodation at a 4-star or similar hotel in Lhasa
- Meals as per itinerary (B-breakfast, L-lunch, D-dinner)
- Tourist accident/casualty insurance
- Chinese visa
- Tips to driver and tour guide, Tip as you wish
- Food and drinks, unless specified
- The transportation to Lhasa and departure