Nepal and Tibet Tour
Nepal and Tibet Tour
Nepal and Tibet Tour
Nepal and Tibet Tour
Nepal and Tibet Tour

Duration 11 days
Group Any
Activities Treking & Hiking

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Most ancient and remote monuments are covered, including the old city of Lhasa and the Kathmandu Valley. Our local expert group leaders are always by your side to ensure your comfort. The spiritual experience, significant monuments, and breathtaking panoramas will make this a once-in-a-lifetime trip. The Himalayan range encompasses a large number of countries in southern and central Asia. When visitors from Europe, North America, and Australia visit this region, they try to maximize their travel experience and the things they see and experience by visiting multiple countries at the same time.Nepal Tibet tours are designed to meet the needs of travelers who want to get the most out of their trip to the Himalayas. Nepal Tibet tours combine two of Asia's best destinations into a single trip, saving you time and making it cost-effective. The tours in Nepal and Tibet take you to two different geographical regions, cultures, and ways of life, and provide you with a variety of experiences.

The Nepal and Tibet Tour includes sightseeing as well as adventure and wildlife activities. Nepal is famous for Mount Everest and Lord Buddha. Furthermore, it is a country rich in cultural and biological diversity. It's the best place to see myth collide with reality. Nepal has ten UNESCO cultural and natural heritage sites, eight of the ten highest mountains, and the world's second largest fresh water collection.

The Tibetan plateau, which covers 2.5 million square kilometers, is connected to the south by the 2500-kilometer-long Himalayas and to the west by the Karakoram. Tibet has some of the highest mountains in the world, with an average elevation of 4000 meters. Mt. Everest (8848 m), the highest peak in the world, rises abruptly on the Tibetan-Nepalese border. Four mountains are higher than 8,000 meters above sea level, and thirty-eight mountains are higher than 7,000 meters above sea level.

Highlights of the tour:

1. Cultural Sightseeing tour of Kathmandu.

2. Admire the ancient Palaces, Stupas and Temples of Kathmandu valley in Nepal.

3. Fly over the Mt. Everest and the Himalayas extend between Nepal and Tibet.

4. Explore the highlights of the heart of Tibet around Lhasa.

5. Explore around the Potala Palace of the Dalai Lama.

6. Rafting in Bhotekoshi.

7. Jungle safari or a nature walk depending on the time.

8. Visit two countries at the same time that has a lively culture and people.

Itineries

  • Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu (1,300m/4,264ft)
  • Day 2: Kathmandu: Sightseeing and trek Preparation
  • Day 3: Fly from Kathmandu to Lhasa (3,650m/11,972ft): 1 hour 15 mins
  • Day 4: Sightseeing in Lhasa: Potala Palace, Sera Monastery, Jokhang Temple and Barkhor Bazaar: 5-6 hours
  • Day 5: Lhasa to Shigatse (3,840m/12,590ft) via Gyantse: 367km, 8 - 9 hours
  • Day 6: Shigatse to Shegar (4,190m/13,746ft) via Sakya Monastery: 274 km, 8-10 hours
  • Day 7: Shegar to Rongbuk (5,000m/16,400ft) and visit Everest Base Camp (5,250m/17,220ft): 85km, 2-3 hours
  • Day 8: Rongbuk to The Last Resort: 281 km, 6-7 hours
  • Day 9: Canyoning
  • Day 10: Rafting in Bhotekoshi River then drive to Kathmandu
  • Day 11: Final Departure
  • Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu (1,300m/4,264ft)

    Once you arrive in Kathmandu, a representative of the Go Nepal will pick you up at the airport and take you to the hotel. In the afternoon you can rest or visit the office of the Taleju Adventure for a local tea. In the evening, a welcome dinner will be organized by the Taleju Adventure. For dinner, enjoy the authentic Nepalese cuisine. Overnight in Kathmandu.

    Day 2: Kathmandu: Sightseeing and trek Preparation

    Today, after breakfast, we begin our tour to some of the most historical and spiritual attractions of Kathmandu, also classified as UNESCO World Heritage. We visit historic Durbar Square, the sacred Hindu temple of Pashupatinath, the famous 'Monkey Temple' (Swayambhunath) and the Buddhist Sanctuary (Bouddhanath), which is also one of the largest stupas in the world. At the evening we got to meet each other in the hotel and discusses our trip for next day. Overnight in Kathmandu.

    Day 3: Fly from Kathmandu to Lhasa (3,650m/11,972ft): 1 hour 15 mins

    We take an hour of trans-Himalayan flight to Lhasa, Tibet early in the morning. The flight takes us over Everest (8,848 m), Kanchenjunga (8,536 m) and other peaks and glaciers of the Himalayas. Upon arrival in Lhasa, a representative of the Himalayan Glacier will pick you up from the airport. Then we will drive you back to hotel where you are advised to take plenty of rest to minimize altitude sickness. Night in Lhasa.

    Day 4: Sightseeing in Lhasa: Potala Palace, Sera Monastery, Jokhang Temple and Barkhor Bazaar: 5-6 hours

    We visit today the magnificent palace built in the seventeenth century after early morning breakfast. The palace offers a breath-taking view of the entire city and houses the Dalai Lama's private rooms, many large halls, and chapels. The Sera Monastery is a preserved monastery with whitewashed walls and golden roofs. The Jokhang Temple is another important sacred site that reveals deeper mysteries of Tibetan Buddhism. We enter the market of Barkhor Bazaar. With its open-air stalls, shops and pilgrims, it is the nerve center of Lhasa. Night in Lhasa.

    Day 5: Lhasa to Shigatse (3,840m/12,590ft) via Gyantse: 367km, 8 - 9 hours

    After breakfast, we will head to Shigatse, the second largest city in Tibet. We drive along the Khamba La Pass (4,794 m) and admire the view of Yomdrok-Tso (turquoise lake), one of the most sacred lakes in Tibet and the spectacular Mt. Nazin Kang Sa (7252 m). Further west, we find another pass, Karo La (5045 m) from where we have a magnificent view of the majestic glaciers. Upon reaching Gyantse, we visit the Khumbum Stupa, the Phalkot Monastery and Gyantse Dzong (the Fortress), one of the best-preserved dzongs in Tibet. From Gyantse, we continue towards Shigatse enjoying the captivating mountainous landscape on the way. Overnight in Shigatse

    Day 6: Shigatse to Shegar (4,190m/13,746ft) via Sakya Monastery: 274 km, 8-10 hours

    After breakfast, we will visit the most popular Shigatse monument, the Tashilhunpo Monastery, which has a historical and cultural significance for its foundation by Gendun Drup, the first Dalai Lama in 1447. Then, we will go to Shegar through Sakya. In Sakya, we visit the Sakya Monastery, which is the ancestral temple of the Sakyapa sect of Tibetan Buddhism. Today, we also cross the passes of Tso La (4,500 / 14,763 feet) and Gyatso La (5,220 m / 17,125 feet). We arrive in Shegar, a small town around the evening and spent the night there.

    Day 7: Shegar to Rongbuk (5,000m/16,400ft) and visit Everest Base Camp (5,250m/17,220ft): 85km, 2-3 hours

    From Shegar, we head towards the Everest base camp, which is also one of the highlights of the trip. Reaching the base of the highest mountain in the world is a feat in itself. We spend our time taking pictures and enjoying the magnificent view of the Himalayas with the highest peak in the world, Mt. Everest, floating above us. Then we return to Rongbuk and visit the Rongbuk Monastery, the highest monastery in the world. Night in Rongbuk.

    Day 8: Rongbuk to The Last Resort: 281 km, 6-7 hours

    Today here first we drive to Zhangmu, an important commercial center between Tibet and Nepal. A few kilometers by car from Zhangmu over the Bhote Koshi River take us to immigration control in Kodari, where we must complete some customs procedures. Then we will go a little further towards our final destination, The Last Resort, to continue with the adventure activity of our choice the next day. When we arrive at the Last Resort, we rest to prepare ourselves better for the activities of the next day. Night in the last resort.

    Day 9: Canyoning

    Today, we spend time rappelling, sliding, jumping, climbing and swimming. These are all important aspects of canyoning, our ultimate quest for today. During canyoning, we cross steep cliffs and glide to hammer waterfalls. Feeling the adrenaline buzzing by jumping waterfalls and sliding on smooth rocks will be an incredible experience for all adventure enthusiasts and nature lovers. Night at last resort.

    Day 10: Rafting in Bhotekoshi River then drive to Kathmandu

    This day is reserved for rafting, one of the most popular adventure sports in Nepal. During the rafting, we meet all kinds of rapids not very distant from each other. Fighting these rapids will be a challenge. However, we also occasionally cross quiet sections of the river. Meanwhile, we admire the natural beauty of the surrounding areas. The green vegetation, the curious villagers and the banks of the river are ours to marvel at. After finishing our rafting trip, we return to Kathmandu in the evening and spend the night there.

    Day 11: Final Departure

    Our last adventure in Nepal and Tibet ends today. A representative of the Go Nepal will accompany us to the airport approximately 3 hours before our scheduled flight. On the way back, we have plenty of time to plan our next adventure on wonderful country Nepal.

    Includes:

    • All arrival and departure transfer in private vehicle
    • Hotels will be of tourist standard and during trekking will be local tea house/ guests house
    • All meals (lunch and dinner) as described in itinerary
    • A private vehicle as per group size
    • An English-speaking guide throughout the tour Trekking
    • TIMS and permit.
    • 2 guests = 01 Porter
    • Tea House Trekking package (Room + Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner)

    Excludes:

    • Any kind of medical and personal insurance
    • Any kind of personal nature items like bar and Laundry bills.
    • Evacuation in case of emergency
    • Domestic flights
    • Tips to the guide and driver
    • Entrance Fees
    • ANY ITEMS NOT MENTIONED ABOVE

    1. The Nepal and Tibet Tour includes sightseeing as well as adventure and wildlife activities.

    2. Nepal is famous for Mount Everest and Lord Buddha.

    3. The Tibetan plateau, which covers 2.5 million square kilometers, is bordered to the south by the Himalayas, which stretch for 2500 kilometers, and to the west by the Karakoram.

    4. Summer is the best time to visit Bhutan if you want to see the snow-capped mountains and lush green landscape up close.

    5. You can fly directly from Kathmandu to Paro International Airport and enjoy flying among the stunning white peaks and landing on a short runway.

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