- based on double occupancy;
- 3-star accommodation level in low season;
- international airfare is not included;
- price is subject to change according to group size and payment methods;
Join-in small group with fixed departure!
around 10 Pax
Easy - suitable for all level of fitness, family with kids and senior groups.
Trip Level Guide:
- easy - suitable for all level of fitness, family with kids and senior groups.
- Moderate - suitable for those having average level for fitness, family with kids bigger than 12 years.
- Moderate to Strenous - suitable for those physically fit and have experiences of high altitude trekking.
- Strenuous: suitable for adventures and individual with physically fit and healthy.
Highlights (Visiting Places) One by One
Your every second with Tibet Vista counts!
1Visit the Word Heritage Potala Palace
When you get to the foot of the mountain Mabori (red hill) where Potala Palace is located, you will see the pilgrims taking koras (religious circling) around Potala Palace. Then hike to the top of the palace and bird view whole Lhasa city. Meanwhile tourists can visit the treasures of Tibet and the holiest tomb of the H.H the Dalai Lama reincarnation.
2See Pilgrims Prostrating in front of Jokhang Temple
When you get there in front of Jokhang Temple you will see lots of the pilgrims prostrating and stretching the full body back and forth on the ground to get the bless from the Buddha, from which you can will feel the strong power of the temple and also will see the construction of Tibet, in the early 7th century. Then inside the Jokhang Temple you can visit the holiest or the oldest statues of the lord of Buddha which was brought to Tibet from Chinese mainland.
3Follow Pilgrims to Walk Around Barkhor Street
Follow the local Tibetans and will see how they are practicing the religion, like praying beads, praying wheels, chanting, burning the natural incense in the burner, prostrating all the way of the Barkhor Street with their family. Besides, you will see the customs of Tibetans from different places and the traditional Tibetan architecture.
4Explore the Oldest Market of Lhasa
Tourists will see lots of vendors around the Barkhor Street, like Tibetan traditional dress, well-curved colorful furniture, jewels, bronze Buddhist statues and lots of stuff of Tibetan Buddhism.
5Taste the Local Teas in the Tea Houses
You will go to taste the local teas in the local tea houses which sell the smooth and sweet teas like cha-yi in India. So get in there and taste the teas with local people, you can feel the strong atmosphere of Tibetan community and get to know how Tibetan people spend the leisure time.
6Have Traditional Dinner with Tour Guide in the Local Restaurant
You couldn’t afford to miss the enjoyment of local food and Tibetan food is made from pure nutrient-rich natural material. Tourists can sit around in a wood table like Tibetans to eat the local food together with group members and guide, such as Tsanpa, the staple food of Tibetan, the yak meat, curry, local vegetables. It is also a good chance to know each other.
7Visit One of the Biggest Monasteries Around Lhasa - the Drepung
Travelling like a pilgrim to visit one of the biggest monasteries and universities of Tibetan Buddhism, you can explore the halls and chapels inside Drepung and have a chance to see and hear of the mysterious chanting or praying by the monks. You will visit the biggest assembling hall which can accommodate 2000 monks once at a time and see the 1st palace of the Dalai lamas.
8See the On-the-spot Monk Debate in the Debating Courtyard
It is a good chance to get into the real life of the monk and see how monks are practicing the Buddhism by watching monk debate in a courtyard in Sera Monastery, groups of monks debate with their classmate in their special way using dramatic body language and mental language to make them become smarter in study.
9Watch the Real Wheel of Buddhist (Mandala) Made of Sand
Inside Sera Monastery, you will see how the monks are skillful in practicing Buddhist art. The amazing and holy Mandalas made of colorful sand shows the spiritual paradise of Buddhism. During your visit in Tibet, if you are lucky, you may see the process of making Mandalas in some monasteries.
HOT TIBET TOUR PACKAGES INCL. LHASA
1. All admission fee of all tourist sites listed in the itinerary;
2. English-speaking local Tibetan tour guide;
3. Tourist vehicles from 7 seats Van to 22 seats tourist bus according to the group size;
4. Tibetan dishes dinner at local restaurant;
5. Tourist accident/casualty insurance;
1. To take care of clients healthy condition with finger fingertip blood oxygen pulse monitor.
2. Drinking water provided on tour.
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