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Tibet Overland Tour

Tibet overland Tour trips give you enough time to visit Lhasa, which has long been known as the Forbidden City. Tibet has many names and inspires an air of mystical dreams.

This Tibet Overland Tour Package offers a real and beautiful place to visit. It possesses a unique culture, firmly rooted in Tibetan religion, but with strong influence from the geography of the Himalayas and the neighboring civilization of India and China.

Geographically, Tibet can be divided into three major parts- north, south and east. The eastern part is forest region, occupying approximately one-fourth of the land. Virgin forest runs the entire breath and length of this part Tibet.

The northern part is open grassland, where nomads, yak and sheep dwell. This part occupies approximately half of Tibet. The southern part central part is agricultural region.

  • Facts of the Trip
  • Detailed Itinerary
  • Cost Information
  • FAQs

Trip Duration: 08 days,

Max. Altitude: 5220m,

Best Time: March, April, May, June, July, August, September and October are best months,

Minimum Pax: 1 pax,

Accomodation: Hotels in Kathmandu, Guest houses/lodges during trekking,

Meals: Breakfast in Kathmandu, All meals during tour,

Trip Grade: Strenuous,

Day 01: Kathmandu-Nyalam (2300m)
The reporting time for the journey is 5:45 am from Thamel. Our -5 hour journey goes up to Tibet border and then we will drive Zhangmu imagination the border city of china, and drive to Nyalam overnight at Guesthouse.

Day 02: Nyalam-Lhatse (4350m)
Offers stunning views of the world’s highest mountain range, including Mt. Everest (8848m), Sishapangma (8301m), Dorja Lhakpa (6980m), Gauri Sankar (7134m), Cho-Oyu (8021m), Langtang (7245m), Lhotse (8516m), Makalu (8464m). We will cross Nyalam pass and Lalungla, overnight at Guesthouse.

Day 03: Lhatse- Sigatse (3900m)
Today is our longest driving day via Gyatsola pass 5220m. By crossing Lhatse from where the road to Mt. Kailash bifurcates, overnight at Guesthouse.

Day 04: Sigatse-Gyantse (3900m)
Explore Tibet’s second largest city Sigatse, including the world famous Tashilumpo Monastery, in the afternoon. We will arrive in the Gyantse, overnight at Guesthouse.

Day 05: Gyantse- Lhasa (3650m)
We cross the famous Brahmaputra River, passing over Karo and Kamba passes. Final destination awaits –Lhasa, overnight at Hotel.

Day 06 & 7: In Lhasa
Sightseeing and excursions at Potala Palace, Norbulinka. The Jokhang and surrounding Bakhor market, Drepung and Sera Monasteries. Overnight at Hotel.

Day 08: Lhasa to Kathmandu
Early morning, we will be heading to airport, Southeast of Lhasa. With boundless beauty speed below, this is perhaps the most beautiful flight in the world.

Cost Include

  • Airport Picks up and drops
  • Tibet entrance fee and Permit
  • All Hotels/Accommodation with bed and breakfast
  • All meals during the tour/trek
  • All land transportation, tours English speaking guide

Cost Exclude

  • China Entry Visa fees
  • All Airfares and Airport Tax
  • Travel insurance
  • All Personal expenses
  • Tips for guides, porters and tour/trekking staff
  • Others expenses which are not mentioned in cost include

Q. How to get into Tibet?
There is only a international flight which from Kathmandu (Nepal). If you want to go there by overland it’s also possible from Kathmandu (Nepal). However, domestic flights are available from most cities of China like Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu, Kunming, Chongqing, and Guangzhou. You are also able to travel by overland from these places.

Q. When is the best time to go Tibet?
The best time to visit Tibet is early May to late October but August and September are golden time. Except mentioned time weather is cold and changeable so travel is not impossible.

Q. Can I get the Tibet Travel Permit easily?
You can get the Tibet Travel Permit easily through a travel agency except diplomats, journalists, and government officials who should travel to Tibet under the arrangement by the Foreign Affairs Office of Tibet Government.

Q. Is individual travel possible in Tibet?
Yes it is possible travel to Tibet alone, but restrictions are imposed on travel to many areas.

Q. What happens if I get sick?
We advise you to keep basic medicines with you. Our guide will also take basic medicines. If you have altitude sicknesses during the travel please inform your guide in time so that a timely precaution can be taken. In case of serious condition you will have been drive to Lhasa or Kathmandu which be near.

Q. Is it easy to get the cash from ATMs in Tibet?
Yes, but only the Bank of China in Lhasa has this function. However, the ATM there doesn't always work properly. So we suggest you to bring some cash with you.

Q.  What Should I Pack for Tibet?
While travelling in Tibet Sunglass, Sunhat, Good walking shoes, sleepers, warm enough clothes, easy light pack are recommended.