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4 Days Lhasa Holy City Tour

4 Days Lhasa Holy City Tour
 Lhasa
Day 1: Arrival & Acclimatization
Day 2: Lhasa city tour
Day 3: Lhasa city tour
Day 4: Tour ends, departure transfer to train station or airport.

Price from:
$ 357 p/p

Tour length: 4 days

Departure:
All year around

  

Lhasa, literally means the ‘’Holy City’’ in the Tibetan language, has a history of more than 1300 years as the capital of Tibet. From the successive Kings and Dalai Lamas of Tibet, many great legends and figures lived there have left lots of interesting and incredible stories. This Lhasa holy city tour is exactly such a tailor-made program for you to explore and discover the most legendary places and stories happened in this holy city.

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Day 1: Arrival & Acclimatization

Airport pick-up Train station pick-up

Airport pick-up Train station pick-up

Schedule today: Arrival in Lhasa at airport or train station, pick-up and transfer to hotel for acclimatization, or you can have your free time hanging out at Lhasa holy city to get the first impression of Tibet.

Day 2: Lhasa city tour (Tour of the world heritages and Tibetan history)

Highlights: Potala Palace, Johkang Temple, Backhor Street

Potala Palace Jorhkang Temple

Schedule today: In the morning, visit the symbol or landmark of Lhasa-Potala Palace, the successive Dalai Lama's winter residence. In the afternoon, visit the center of Tibetan Buddhism-Jorhkang Temple, where you will come across lots of devoted pilgrimages coming from every corner of Tibet. Both sites are under the list of the world cultural heritages by the UNISCO.

Day 3: Lhasa city tour (Tour of the most important monasteries in Tibet) 

Highlights: Drepung Monastery, Sera Monastery

Drepung Monastery Sera Monastery

Schedule today: In the morning, we will visit Drepung Monastery which is the biggest Tibetan Buddhism College with the biggest number of monks in Tibet. The monastery used to be the winter residence of the Dalai Lama before the 5th Dalai Lama moved his residency to the Potala Palace. And in the afternoon, we will visit another influential Gelugpa Monastery-Sera Monastery, where the largest scale of scripture debating among monks is famous all across Tibet. We will watch the debate session and you may join in too with the help your guide.

Day 4: Tour ends, departure transfer to train station or airport. Welcome to Tibet next time.

 

No hidden extra fee! No shopping stops

2015 Price Table based on month
Months Nov-Mar April-June July & August Sep & Oct (1st-7th Oct.)
Quote P/P US $357 US $407 US $473 US $407 (+US$40)

Special offer: US$ 20 P/P discount is available if you meet one of the following requirements.

1. Book the tour with us 3 months before the tour departure date
2. Book the tour with us as a group of 3 people or above at the same time.

What's included in this price?
1. Tibet Entry Permit required during this tour.
2. Well maintained tourists' vehicle throughout the tour, taxi maybe used inside Lhasa city on day 2 & 3 depends on group size.
3. All the entrance fee mentioned in the itinerary.
4. Local licensed Tibetan English speaking tour guide.
5. Accommodation with breakfast included as shown below.
Lhasa (Day1,2,3) Yak Hotel or New Mandala Hotel 3*
6. Oxygen supply on the vehicle.
7. Travel insurance only for accident.
8. Government tax and travel agent's service fee.
What's excluded in this price?
1. Lunches and Dinners.
2. Tips to driver and tour guide.
3. Air or train tickets to arrive and leave Lhasa.
Is there pick-up service in Lhasa and how?
Yes, we will arrange pick-up service for you at Lhasa train station or airport; in the pick-up area, our guide and driver will pick you up with a paper with your name on it. You can get out of Lhasa train station or airport with your Tibet permit, please give your permit to our guide after meeting; and our driver and guide will transfer you to hotel.
What are hotels like throughout this tour? Can we live at different hotels?
The hotels we choose for this tour in Lhasa are our commonly arranged clean and comfortable hotels; you will live at either Yak Hotel or New Mandala Hotel depends on booking time and room availability; both hotels are of 3 star hotel at Barkhor Street.
If you have your own preferred hotels in Lhasa, we can help to book too, the price difference may occur.
Will your tour guide be with us all day?
No, our tour guide will be guiding you when you visiting a certain attraction, like a palace or monastery. You are on your own after visiting a certain attraction. That is to say, you have your own free time to go bar, shopping or hanging out. Please make sure you are escorted by our guide when visiting an attraction; if you are caught visiting without a guide, both you and our company will be punished.
Why don’t you include the entrance fees? How much is the entrance fees for each attractions and in total?
Tibetan culture and civilization is characterized by monasteries, there are some significant monasteries in our itinerary too; but many times, our customers told us they do not want to visit this many monastery as most of them look the same, so we decide to not to include entrance fee but let our customer pay by themselves based on their interests. You can skip some attractions too if you have no interest on all of them. The entrance fee of attractions in our itinerary is Potala Palace = RMB 200, Johkang Temple = RMB 85, Drepung Monastery = RMB 50, Sera Monastery = RMB 50, it amounts up to RMB 385, equals to USD 61 (1 USD = 6.3 RMB)
How much does the food in Tibet cost?
Our tour includes breakfast for all days in Tibet. A normal lunch or dinner in Lhasa costs the same price that costs in Beijing or Shanghai. Noodles costs about RMB 15 per bowl; fried vegetable with meat and rice cost about RMB 25 per dish, so it approximately costs you RMB 70 per person per day on both lunch and dinner at normal standard. The vegetarian food is also available in Tibet, and price is lower than a dish with meat.  
How much is the tip to our guide and driver? Is there a standard?
Tour guide work is a tough job on the roof of the world, and to tip the local guide and driver is a common practice in Tibet tourism; however, there is no standard for the tip amount, it quite depends on guide and driver’s service quality. Generally, if the group size is over 5 pax, we suggest our customers to tip the guide USD 8 per person per day while tip the driver USD 4 per person per day; if the group size is smaller than 5 pax, we suggest to tip the guide USD 10 per person per day while tip driver USD 5.
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