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4 day Lhasa Tibet tour package from Australia - 4 Days

On this 4 day Lhasa, Tibet tour package from Australia, you will explore the cultural and heritage as well as spiritual highlights of this fabled city in the Himalayas. You will visit magnificent sacred sites including Potala palace, Jokhang temple, Barkhor street, old town of Lhasa and Drepung Monastery in the most authentic way with local Tibetan guides to gain an in-depth experience of Lhasa.

 

Highlights

  • visit Potala Palace, it's the best known cultural landmark in Tibet. It is most renowned as the residence of the lineage of Dalai Lamas;
  • visit Jokhang temple, it is the most scared building in Tibetan Buddhism, located in the heart of Lhasa old town. It is the most sought after pilgrimage destination for all Tibetans;
  • walk through Barkhor Street, a popular Kora (holy walking path) which surrounds the Jokhang Temple. Always full of Tibetan faithful, visitors may find mingling with local pilgrims around the Barkhor Street uniquely engaging;
  • Day Tour to Drepung Monastery and Sera Monastery.
Day 01
Arrival in Lhasa [3,658 m] Spectacular scenery of the Tibetan plateau along the way from airport or train station to your hotel Your Tibetan guide will greet you at the Lhasa Gonggar Airport or Lhasa railway station, and transport you to your hotel in the city. From the airport to Lhasa is 68 km (42 mi), roughly an hour drive to your hotel. The drive from the train station is only 15 km (9 mi) and takes 20 minutes. During the course of the ride, you will not only be amazed by the spectacular scenery of the Tibetan plateau, the scattered Tibetan villages, but certainly by the hospitality of your guide and driver, as well! After checking into the hotel, you will have the remainder of the day to rest and acclimatize to the high altitude.
Day 02
Lhasa City Sightseeing(b) Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Barkhor Street, Lhasa old town Potala Palace is the best known cultural landmark in Tibet. It is most renowned as the residence of the lineage of Dalai Lamas (Avalokiteshvara), though the massive structure contains a small world within itself. It was first built by 33rd ruler of his dynasty, King Songtsen Gangpo in the 7th century, but still is in surprisingly good repair because of continual rejuvenation projects. Jokhang temple is the most scared building in Tibetan Buddhism, located in the heart of Lhasa old town. It is the most sought after pilgrimage destination for all Tibetans. Barkhor Street is a popular Kora (holy walking path) which surrounds the Jokhang Temple. Always full of Tibetan faithful, visitors may find mingling with local pilgrims around the Barkhor Street uniquely engaging. It is also a popular shopping district where you can buy gifts for your family and friends. Lhasa old town gives a glimpse into the daily life of Lhasa Tibetans, which has remained largely unchanged for centuries. You can visit the outdoor markets and specialty stores of handmade bags, carpets, etc.
Day 03
One Day Tour to Drepung Monastery and Sera Monastery [4,500 m] (B) Drepung Monastery and famous monks debate at Sera Monastery Drepung monastery was the seat of the Government prior to Potala, it was once the world largest monastery in the history with 10,000 monks hailed from different monasteries all over Tibet. Sera monastery's famous debating monks go back and forth in their debates every day between 3 pm to 5 pm (except on Sunday), a performance well worth seeing. Optional program: In the evening, your guide can take you to enjoy a local Tibetan performance (price is not included).
Day 04
Lhasa Train Station or Airport Send Off (B) Spectacular scenery along the way Your guide and driver will see you off at the Lhasa airport or train station, which concludes the tour.
Notes
  • Information like altitude, total walking times and distance in the day to day itinerary are approxmate only.
  • the itinerary should be regarded as an outline only. The routes may have to be changed due to weather and other unpredictable conditions.
Detailed Itinerary

Inclusion Summary

Airport pick ups & drop offs, local guide, all government taxes and fees, Tibet permit and domestic travel documents, accommodations with breakfast in 3 Star hotel, entrance tickets as per itinerary, land transfers as per itinerary.

Exclusion Summary

Lunch and dinners, Visa fees, international flight, travel insurance, personal expenses, drinks, tips, and anything not mentioned in inclusion section.

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