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Lhasa Kailash Tour

Lhasa Kailash Mansarovar Tour starts and ends in Lhasa. On this tour you can fly to Lhasa via Kathmandu, Chengdu, Beijing or travel to Lhasa via Train. This Tour is local teahouse lodge base, we will provide hotels and Guesthouses during the entire trip. And breakfast is included in Lhasa, Shigatse and Lhatse. Lunch and dinner during whole trip and breakfast onward Lhatse is not included in packages.

Mt. Kailash (6714m) is the most sacred mountain in Asia. It is believed to be the physical embodiment of the mythical Mt Meru, said to be the center of the universe or ‘navel of the world. Mt. Meru is depicted as a mandala, and its image occurs throughout both Buddhista and Hindu parts of Asia. Mt Kailas is holy to followers of four religions. To Hindus, Kailash is the abode of Shiva and nearby Manasarovar Lake is the means or soul of Brahma. Tibetans call Kailas Kang Rimpoche. Jains worship it as Mt. Ashtapada, the peak from which the religion’s founder, Rishabanatha, achieved spiritual liberation. Followers of Bon-Po, the ancient pre- Buddhist shamanistic religion of Tibet, revere Kailas as the soul of Tibet. The 53 Km. Kailash circuit is the holist of all Hindu as well as Buddhist pilgrimages and the beacon, which draws most traveler to western Tibet. It is said that a single Parikarma erases the accumulated sins of a lifetime, while 108 circumambulations will achieve Salvation.

Sprawling below Mount Kailash is the sacred lake Manasarovar (4510m), where ritual bath will deliver a pilgrim to Brahma’s paradise and drink of its water relinquishes the sins of a hundred lifetimes. Lake Mansarovar an elevation of 4550m, is more important to Hindus than to Buddhist. Hindu pilgrims make an 85km. circuit around Manasarovar that is made longer and more difficult by marshes and complicated stream crossings. The Tibetans, being more pragmatic, often make a circuit of the lake in the winter when the streams are frozen and the route is shorter. Near Manasarovar is another large lake, Rakshas Tal, the ‘Demon Lake’ that holds far less spiritual significance.

  • 15-day private sightseeing and hiking tour of Tibet from Lhasa
  • Visit World Heritage sites Potala Palace and Jokhang monastery
  • Tour to Sera Monastery and Drepung Monastery biggest Buddhist university in Tibet
  • See the renowned monasteries of Tibet Gyantse Kumbum, Tashilhunpo Monastery and Sakya Monastery
  • Walk along sacred Yamdrok Lake and Lake Manasaravor Lake
  • Take a demanding 3-day trek around Mt Kailash
  • Learn about the pilgrimage history of the mountain
  • Includes private guide and driver, Tibetan travel permit, accommodation and yaks to carry luggage during trek

Upon your arrival at Lhasa’s Gonggar Airport or train station, your guide and driver welcome you to Tibet and transfer you to the city, a 1-hour drive from the airport through the Lhasa River Valley or a 30-minute drive from the train station. Check into your hotel, located in the city within an easy walk of Barkhor Street and Jokhang Temple. You have the rest of the day to relax and explore locally at your leisure.
Overnight 3-star Yak Hotel or similar

In the morning, your guide meets you at your hotel for a day of touring Lhasa’s top three attractions: Jokhang Temple, Barkhor Street and Sera Monastery. Jokhang Temple is one of the most celebrated temples in Tibet, a magnificent structure in the old city where pilgrims come from across the region. See Tibetans walking along the prayer circuit around the temple, and then head inside with your guide to view colorfully decorated chapels and a revered statue of Jowo Sakyamuni Buddha.
Next up is a stroll down Barkhor Street, which passes Jokhang Temple as it runs through the old city. Browse the many stalls lined up along the street, where vendors sell items such as rugs, traditional clothing, prayer wheels and thangka (Tibetan scroll paintings).
Have some time for lunch, and then visit Sera Monastery, perched in the northern foothills of Lhasa. Founded in the 15th century, Sera Monastery is one of Lhasa’s renowned Gelugpa monasteries and is known for scholarly learning. Follow your guide into the large complex, admiring the ornately decorated interior and classic architecture as you hear about its history. You may be able to catch the monks engaged in a philosophical Buddhist debate, an animated ritual punctuated by clapping and movement (daily in the afternoons, except Sundays).
Overnight 3-star Yak Hotel or similar

Today, visit Potala Palace, one of the iconic monuments of Lhasa and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Built at 12,140 feet (3,700 meters) overlooking the Lhasa Valley, the 13-story fort complex is considered one of the world’s architectural treasures. Since it was constructed in the 1700s, a succession of Dalai Lamas have used it as a winter palace; hundreds of precious sculptures, painted scrolls, historical and religious documents, murals and other rare objects are contained within 1,000-plus rooms.
In the afternoon, visit Drepung Monastery, another Gelugpa monastery. Historically one of Tibet’s most powerful Buddhist institutions, Drepung Monastery was the home temple of numerous Dalai Lamas. At the height of its power, thousands of monks lived there. Learn more as you tour the monastery with your guide before returning to the old city for the evening.
Overnight 3-star Yak Hotel or similar
Depart Lhasa and start your journey westward, stopping in the towns of Gyantse and Shigatse. Your driver takes you along the China-Nepal Friendship Highway, a road constructed on a centuries-old trade route that connected Tibet and India. Near the road, admire the mighty Yarlung Tsangpo River, which begins near Mt Kailash and drains much of the Tibetan Plateau before crossing into India and Bangladesh, where it becomes the Brahmaputra River.
Cross Kamba-la Pass at 15,518 feet (4,730 meters), where you can stop for fantastic photo ops of turquoise Yamdrok Lake, one of the largest sacred lakes in Tibet, and look across the Tibetan Plateau to snow-topped Mt Nojin Kangsang, a 23,622-foot (7,200-meter) peak in the distance. Have lunch near Yamdrok Lake, and then drive over Karo-la Pass, elevation 16,900 feet (5,150 meters), where your guide points out the Mt Nojin Kangsang glacier.
Continue through the rural landscape sprinkled with villages, small shrines, farms, sheep and yaks. When you arrive in Gyantse, head to Pelkor Chode Monastery (Palcho Monastery) to visit its famous stupa, the Gyantse Kumbum. Tour parts of the Kumbum’s 108 chapels, richly decorated with Buddhist statues and paintings, and then complete the final 56 miles (90 km) of your drive to Shigatse, where you spend the night.

Overnight: 3-star Manasarovar Hotel or similar
This morning, visit Tashilhunpo Monastery, the seat of the Panchen Lama, the second most important Tibetan spiritual leader after the Dalai Lama. Tashilhunpo Monastery survived the tumultuous years of the Cultural Revolution relatively intact, and it’s now Tibet’s largest functioning religious establishment. Follow your guide along the cobbled streets that circle the monastery complex, and view the Panchen Lama’s Palace and Maitreya Temple, home to a celebrated giant Buddha Maitreya statue that glitters with gold and gems.
Next, leave Shigatse and set off toward Lhatse, turning off the main road and driving through scenic farmland for a stop at one of Tibet’s most impressive monasteries, Sakya Monastery. Within Sakya’s impressive fort-like structure, an atmosphere of sanctity and beauty reigns, making this a particularly stand-out monastery, even in spiritually rich Tibet. Its library has long been considered the best in Tibet; tall gilded statues and sacred pillars line the assembly hall; and numerous murals and shrines illuminate Sakya’s many chapels. Your guide shows you the highlights before continuing the drive to Lhatse for the night. The total distance driven today is about 125 miles (200 km).

Overnight 2-star Farmer’s’ Hotel or similar
Today’s drive takes most of the day, covering about 200 miles (320 km) to reach Saga, the last sizable town on the way to the starting point for your Mt Kailash trek. You’ll cross over the Yarlung Tsangpo River, skirt around pretty Lang-tso Lake (Ox Lake), roll through stark canyons and green valleys scattered with small villages, and climb several high mountains where you may see nomad camps.

Overnight: Local Guesthouse in Dongba
Drive from Dongba to Lake Manasarovar today, crossing vast plains punctuated by nomad camps, monastery ruins, sand dunes and streams. Along the route, drink in views of the Himalayas, including the peaks of Gurla Mandhata (25,254 feet; 7,728 meters) and Mt Kailish (25,465 feet; 7,762 meters), and then arrive in the afternoon at Manasarovar, the most venerated lake in Tibet. For more than 1,700 years, pilgrims from India and Tibet have undertaken spiritual journeys to this lake, where you’ll spend the night at guesthouse.

Overnight: Guesthouse at Lake Manasarovar
A short drive of 50 miles (80 km) takes you to the town of Darchen, elevation 14,960 feet (4,560 meters), the main base for the Mt Kailash trek. When you arrive, you have the rest of the day free to prepare your trekking gear, explore the lake and town, and perhaps hike the local hills to warm up for your trek. Supermarkets, hot showers and restaurants are available in town. In the afternoon, your guide organizes your trekking necessities such as porters and yaks to transport your gear.

Overnight: Guesthouse in Darchen
Your first day of trekking takes you more than 12.5 miles (20 km) with a total elevation gain of 655 feet (200 meters). At the beginning, enjoy clear views of Gurla Mandata and peaks in Nepal and India, and walk past shrines, prayer flags, Chuku Monastery, ruins and rock formations with mythical stories.
After four hours of trekking, stop at a nomad tent in Tamdin, elevation 15,682 feet (4,780 meters), for a simple lunch. Then continue another 2.5 miles (4 km) to Diraphuk Monastery (Lhalung Dira), enjoying some of the most scenic sections of the entire trek. Stop for the night at the monastery, and soak in views of the north face of Mt Kailash, a dramatic sight of jet-black granite streaked with white snow.

Overnight: Guesthouse in Diraphuk Monastery
Today is the most difficult part of the trek, with 11 miles (18 km) to hike and two mountain passes to cross during about eight hours of walking. Climb steadily up to Dikpa-la at 16,404 feet (5,000 meters) and Drolma-la Pass at 18,372 feet (5,600 meters). At the summit of Drolma-la, pilgrims walk around the Drolma Do, a sacred boulder covered with prayer flags.
Enjoy a rest break before starting the steep descent into the valley. Stop at Shabjay Dakpo nomadic tent for lunch, and then continue to Zutulphuk Monastery, elevation 15,814 feet (4,820 meters). Zutulphuk is named after a ‘miracle cave’ that, according to legend, was created by mythical figures Milarepa and Naro Bonchung; Milarepa’s footprint and handprint can be seen inside the cave.

Overnight: Guesthouse at Zultulphuk
Complete the last leg of your trek today, an easier stretch of 8.5 miles (14 km) that takes about four hours. Start out following the river, and then enter a narrow canyon known as the Gold and Red Cliffs. Leaving the canyon, you cross the Barka plain, and Gurla Mandata becomes visible on the horizon. Walk one hour more to reach Darchen, where you started the trek; if you’re tired, your drive can pick you up halfway to Darchen. Stay overnight here, and celebrate the completion of your trek around Mt Kailash.

Overnight: Guesthouse in Darchen
Recuperate on the road today as your driver takes you back to Saga, where you spend the night.

Overnight: Guesthouse in Saga
Return to Shigatse for the night, traveling 211 miles (340 km) during a full day of driving. Spend the night at a comfortable hotel in Shigatse.

Overnight: 3-star Manasarovar Hotel or similar
Take a shorter route back to Lhasa, driving about six hours and 175 miles (280 km). When you arrive in Lhasa in the afternoon, you have free time to walk around Barkhor Street and enjoy your final evening in Tibet.

Overnight: 3-star Yak Hotel or similar
If you wish, get up early to take a last look at Jokhang Temple and the old city before breakfast. After saying farewell to your guide, you’re transferred to the Lhasa airport or train station to end your Tibet Holiday Tour.

Inclusion

  • All necessary travel permits for Tibet
  • Entrance fees for all attractions listed in itinerary
  • Private transportation by comfortable van or minibus with experienced local driver
  • Local Tibetan private guide
  • Double Sharing Accommodation at a 3-star hotel in Lhasa as per program
  • Meals as per itinerary (B=breakfast)
  • Pickup and drop from the airport or the train station to hotel
  • Oxygen cylinder in the car
  • One mobile phone for your group during the tour with a local SIM card (can only make calls within China but can receive international calls)

Exclusion

  • Chinese visa / Tibet Group Visa fee
  • Beverages, Lunch and dinner during Tour
  • Air Fare / Train Fare we arrange on your request
  • Gratuities (recommended)
  • Personal first aid kit and travel insurance
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Lhasa Kailash Tour

Lhasa Kailash Mansarovar Tour starts and ends in Lhasa. On this tour you can fly to Lhasa via Kathmandu, Chengdu, Beijing or travel to Lhasa via Train. This Tour is local teahouse lodge base, we will provide hotels and Guesthouses during the entire trip. And breakfast is included in Lhasa, Shigatse and Lhatse. Lunch and dinner during whole trip and breakfast onward Lhatse is not included in packages.

Mt. Kailash (6714m) is the most sacred mountain in Asia. It is believed to be the physical embodiment of the mythical Mt Meru, said to be the center of the universe or ‘navel of the world. Mt. Meru is depicted as a mandala, and its image occurs throughout both Buddhista and Hindu parts of Asia. Mt Kailas is holy to followers of four religions. To Hindus, Kailash is the abode of Shiva and nearby Manasarovar Lake is the means or soul of Brahma. Tibetans call Kailas Kang Rimpoche. Jains worship it as Mt. Ashtapada, the peak from which the religion’s founder, Rishabanatha, achieved spiritual liberation. Followers of Bon-Po, the ancient pre- Buddhist shamanistic religion of Tibet, revere Kailas as the soul of Tibet. The 53 Km. Kailash circuit is the holist of all Hindu as well as Buddhist pilgrimages and the beacon, which draws most traveler to western Tibet. It is said that a single Parikarma erases the accumulated sins of a lifetime, while 108 circumambulations will achieve Salvation.

Sprawling below Mount Kailash is the sacred lake Manasarovar (4510m), where ritual bath will deliver a pilgrim to Brahma’s paradise and drink of its water relinquishes the sins of a hundred lifetimes. Lake Mansarovar an elevation of 4550m, is more important to Hindus than to Buddhist. Hindu pilgrims make an 85km. circuit around Manasarovar that is made longer and more difficult by marshes and complicated stream crossings. The Tibetans, being more pragmatic, often make a circuit of the lake in the winter when the streams are frozen and the route is shorter. Near Manasarovar is another large lake, Rakshas Tal, the ‘Demon Lake’ that holds far less spiritual significance.

  • 15-day private sightseeing and hiking tour of Tibet from Lhasa
  • Visit World Heritage sites Potala Palace and Jokhang monastery
  • Tour to Sera Monastery and Drepung Monastery biggest Buddhist university in Tibet
  • See the renowned monasteries of Tibet Gyantse Kumbum, Tashilhunpo Monastery and Sakya Monastery
  • Walk along sacred Yamdrok Lake and Lake Manasaravor Lake
  • Take a demanding 3-day trek around Mt Kailash
  • Learn about the pilgrimage history of the mountain
  • Includes private guide and driver, Tibetan travel permit, accommodation and yaks to carry luggage during trek

Upon your arrival at Lhasa’s Gonggar Airport or train station, your guide and driver welcome you to Tibet and transfer you to the city, a 1-hour drive from the airport through the Lhasa River Valley or a 30-minute drive from the train station. Check into your hotel, located in the city within an easy walk of Barkhor Street and Jokhang Temple. You have the rest of the day to relax and explore locally at your leisure.
Overnight 3-star Yak Hotel or similar

In the morning, your guide meets you at your hotel for a day of touring Lhasa’s top three attractions: Jokhang Temple, Barkhor Street and Sera Monastery. Jokhang Temple is one of the most celebrated temples in Tibet, a magnificent structure in the old city where pilgrims come from across the region. See Tibetans walking along the prayer circuit around the temple, and then head inside with your guide to view colorfully decorated chapels and a revered statue of Jowo Sakyamuni Buddha.
Next up is a stroll down Barkhor Street, which passes Jokhang Temple as it runs through the old city. Browse the many stalls lined up along the street, where vendors sell items such as rugs, traditional clothing, prayer wheels and thangka (Tibetan scroll paintings).
Have some time for lunch, and then visit Sera Monastery, perched in the northern foothills of Lhasa. Founded in the 15th century, Sera Monastery is one of Lhasa’s renowned Gelugpa monasteries and is known for scholarly learning. Follow your guide into the large complex, admiring the ornately decorated interior and classic architecture as you hear about its history. You may be able to catch the monks engaged in a philosophical Buddhist debate, an animated ritual punctuated by clapping and movement (daily in the afternoons, except Sundays).
Overnight 3-star Yak Hotel or similar

Today, visit Potala Palace, one of the iconic monuments of Lhasa and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Built at 12,140 feet (3,700 meters) overlooking the Lhasa Valley, the 13-story fort complex is considered one of the world’s architectural treasures. Since it was constructed in the 1700s, a succession of Dalai Lamas have used it as a winter palace; hundreds of precious sculptures, painted scrolls, historical and religious documents, murals and other rare objects are contained within 1,000-plus rooms.
In the afternoon, visit Drepung Monastery, another Gelugpa monastery. Historically one of Tibet’s most powerful Buddhist institutions, Drepung Monastery was the home temple of numerous Dalai Lamas. At the height of its power, thousands of monks lived there. Learn more as you tour the monastery with your guide before returning to the old city for the evening.
Overnight 3-star Yak Hotel or similar
Depart Lhasa and start your journey westward, stopping in the towns of Gyantse and Shigatse. Your driver takes you along the China-Nepal Friendship Highway, a road constructed on a centuries-old trade route that connected Tibet and India. Near the road, admire the mighty Yarlung Tsangpo River, which begins near Mt Kailash and drains much of the Tibetan Plateau before crossing into India and Bangladesh, where it becomes the Brahmaputra River.
Cross Kamba-la Pass at 15,518 feet (4,730 meters), where you can stop for fantastic photo ops of turquoise Yamdrok Lake, one of the largest sacred lakes in Tibet, and look across the Tibetan Plateau to snow-topped Mt Nojin Kangsang, a 23,622-foot (7,200-meter) peak in the distance. Have lunch near Yamdrok Lake, and then drive over Karo-la Pass, elevation 16,900 feet (5,150 meters), where your guide points out the Mt Nojin Kangsang glacier.
Continue through the rural landscape sprinkled with villages, small shrines, farms, sheep and yaks. When you arrive in Gyantse, head to Pelkor Chode Monastery (Palcho Monastery) to visit its famous stupa, the Gyantse Kumbum. Tour parts of the Kumbum’s 108 chapels, richly decorated with Buddhist statues and paintings, and then complete the final 56 miles (90 km) of your drive to Shigatse, where you spend the night.

Overnight: 3-star Manasarovar Hotel or similar
This morning, visit Tashilhunpo Monastery, the seat of the Panchen Lama, the second most important Tibetan spiritual leader after the Dalai Lama. Tashilhunpo Monastery survived the tumultuous years of the Cultural Revolution relatively intact, and it’s now Tibet’s largest functioning religious establishment. Follow your guide along the cobbled streets that circle the monastery complex, and view the Panchen Lama’s Palace and Maitreya Temple, home to a celebrated giant Buddha Maitreya statue that glitters with gold and gems.
Next, leave Shigatse and set off toward Lhatse, turning off the main road and driving through scenic farmland for a stop at one of Tibet’s most impressive monasteries, Sakya Monastery. Within Sakya’s impressive fort-like structure, an atmosphere of sanctity and beauty reigns, making this a particularly stand-out monastery, even in spiritually rich Tibet. Its library has long been considered the best in Tibet; tall gilded statues and sacred pillars line the assembly hall; and numerous murals and shrines illuminate Sakya’s many chapels. Your guide shows you the highlights before continuing the drive to Lhatse for the night. The total distance driven today is about 125 miles (200 km).

Overnight 2-star Farmer’s’ Hotel or similar
Today’s drive takes most of the day, covering about 200 miles (320 km) to reach Saga, the last sizable town on the way to the starting point for your Mt Kailash trek. You’ll cross over the Yarlung Tsangpo River, skirt around pretty Lang-tso Lake (Ox Lake), roll through stark canyons and green valleys scattered with small villages, and climb several high mountains where you may see nomad camps.

Overnight: Local Guesthouse in Dongba
Drive from Dongba to Lake Manasarovar today, crossing vast plains punctuated by nomad camps, monastery ruins, sand dunes and streams. Along the route, drink in views of the Himalayas, including the peaks of Gurla Mandhata (25,254 feet; 7,728 meters) and Mt Kailish (25,465 feet; 7,762 meters), and then arrive in the afternoon at Manasarovar, the most venerated lake in Tibet. For more than 1,700 years, pilgrims from India and Tibet have undertaken spiritual journeys to this lake, where you’ll spend the night at guesthouse.

Overnight: Guesthouse at Lake Manasarovar
A short drive of 50 miles (80 km) takes you to the town of Darchen, elevation 14,960 feet (4,560 meters), the main base for the Mt Kailash trek. When you arrive, you have the rest of the day free to prepare your trekking gear, explore the lake and town, and perhaps hike the local hills to warm up for your trek. Supermarkets, hot showers and restaurants are available in town. In the afternoon, your guide organizes your trekking necessities such as porters and yaks to transport your gear.

Overnight: Guesthouse in Darchen
Your first day of trekking takes you more than 12.5 miles (20 km) with a total elevation gain of 655 feet (200 meters). At the beginning, enjoy clear views of Gurla Mandata and peaks in Nepal and India, and walk past shrines, prayer flags, Chuku Monastery, ruins and rock formations with mythical stories.
After four hours of trekking, stop at a nomad tent in Tamdin, elevation 15,682 feet (4,780 meters), for a simple lunch. Then continue another 2.5 miles (4 km) to Diraphuk Monastery (Lhalung Dira), enjoying some of the most scenic sections of the entire trek. Stop for the night at the monastery, and soak in views of the north face of Mt Kailash, a dramatic sight of jet-black granite streaked with white snow.

Overnight: Guesthouse in Diraphuk Monastery
Today is the most difficult part of the trek, with 11 miles (18 km) to hike and two mountain passes to cross during about eight hours of walking. Climb steadily up to Dikpa-la at 16,404 feet (5,000 meters) and Drolma-la Pass at 18,372 feet (5,600 meters). At the summit of Drolma-la, pilgrims walk around the Drolma Do, a sacred boulder covered with prayer flags.
Enjoy a rest break before starting the steep descent into the valley. Stop at Shabjay Dakpo nomadic tent for lunch, and then continue to Zutulphuk Monastery, elevation 15,814 feet (4,820 meters). Zutulphuk is named after a ‘miracle cave’ that, according to legend, was created by mythical figures Milarepa and Naro Bonchung; Milarepa’s footprint and handprint can be seen inside the cave.

Overnight: Guesthouse at Zultulphuk
Complete the last leg of your trek today, an easier stretch of 8.5 miles (14 km) that takes about four hours. Start out following the river, and then enter a narrow canyon known as the Gold and Red Cliffs. Leaving the canyon, you cross the Barka plain, and Gurla Mandata becomes visible on the horizon. Walk one hour more to reach Darchen, where you started the trek; if you’re tired, your drive can pick you up halfway to Darchen. Stay overnight here, and celebrate the completion of your trek around Mt Kailash.

Overnight: Guesthouse in Darchen
Recuperate on the road today as your driver takes you back to Saga, where you spend the night.

Overnight: Guesthouse in Saga
Return to Shigatse for the night, traveling 211 miles (340 km) during a full day of driving. Spend the night at a comfortable hotel in Shigatse.

Overnight: 3-star Manasarovar Hotel or similar
Take a shorter route back to Lhasa, driving about six hours and 175 miles (280 km). When you arrive in Lhasa in the afternoon, you have free time to walk around Barkhor Street and enjoy your final evening in Tibet.

Overnight: 3-star Yak Hotel or similar
If you wish, get up early to take a last look at Jokhang Temple and the old city before breakfast. After saying farewell to your guide, you’re transferred to the Lhasa airport or train station to end your Tibet Holiday Tour.

Inclusion

  • All necessary travel permits for Tibet
  • Entrance fees for all attractions listed in itinerary
  • Private transportation by comfortable van or minibus with experienced local driver
  • Local Tibetan private guide
  • Double Sharing Accommodation at a 3-star hotel in Lhasa as per program
  • Meals as per itinerary (B=breakfast)
  • Pickup and drop from the airport or the train station to hotel
  • Oxygen cylinder in the car
  • One mobile phone for your group during the tour with a local SIM card (can only make calls within China but can receive international calls)

Exclusion

  • Chinese visa / Tibet Group Visa fee
  • Beverages, Lunch and dinner during Tour
  • Air Fare / Train Fare we arrange on your request
  • Gratuities (recommended)
  • Personal first aid kit and travel insurance

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