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 4 Days Tibet Lhasa city tour itinerary

Barkhor street is one of the most attractive and busyes place in Lhasa, It is a circular market street surrounding the joking temple. stores has Tibetan characteristics and it includes local folk art crafts, Tibetan style daily goods and restaurants.
Barkhor street is one of the most attractive and busyes place in Lhasa, It is a circular market street surrounding the joking temple. stores has Tibetan characteristics and it includes local folk art crafts, Tibetan style daily goods and restaurants.

4 Days Tibet Lhasa city tour Package is a short and simple trip that takes you through the best part of the holy city Lhasa by appreciating its prominent historical architects of Potala Palace, Holly Jokahng temple, Great Sera and Drepung monastery. Your arrival to Lhasa will be greeted by the lovely blue sky and impressive glimpse of gigantic Potala palace perched on small mount called red hill, while during the couple of days acclimation and jet-lag alleviation, you will deeply overwhelmed by visiting numbers of world heritages and mystical temples, both Potala palace and Jokhang temple are main focal points of Tibetan pilgrims since centuries ago.

Nevertheless, Lhasa Tour will be most unique tours in Tibet. The bustling street around the Jokhang temple is one of the most devotional circuit known as Bakhor and you will have great chance to walk shoulder to shoulder with devoted pilgrims came from allover Tibet, moreover, visiting Drepung and Sera monastery elaborate your understanding about the Tibetan Buddhism and its practices; it is a real pleasure to explore the busy cobbled lanes twisting around the aged buildings in the sprawling monasteries of Drepung and Sera monastery.

Day 1: Lhasa arrival (3650m)

You arrive at the Lhasa Gonggar Airport or the train station. The airport is 62 km/ 39 miles away from the city, and it takes approximately one hour to get to the hotel from there. On the way to Lhasa, you will enjoy beautiful views of the mountains.The train station is located in Lhasa, and you will only need a short transfer to the hotel.Depending on the time of your arrival, you might have some free time to spend in Lhasa. Our guides will be happy to advise you on what you can do with your time in Lhasa. After you check in the hotel, you are welcome to explore the city, visit nearby temples, do some shopping, try delicious Tibetan food in one of the local restaurants, or just take a rest.  Walking around Bakhor Street can be an excellent choice for your first day in Lhasa. You will join crowds of pilgrims, local Tibetans, and monks circumambulating the Jokhang Temple.Most importantly, on your first day in Tibet, be sure to relax, enjoy your day and allow some time for acclimatizing.

Day 2: Lhasa Sightseeing  (3650m)  Today  in the morning your guide will meet you in a Hotel lobby and first place you are going to visit is one of the oldest temple in Lhasa (Johkang Temple), Build in 7th century by 33rd Buddhist king Songtsen Gampo, after Temple you can walk around the Baker Street, this street is one of the most beautiful place to explore people and its culture,  in the afternoon you will going to visit Potala Palace this place was build in 7th century by 33rd Buddhist king and rebuild in present size by 5th Dalai Lama in 17th century.   Staying overnight at Hotel in Lhasa 

Day 3: lhas Sightseeing  Today you will going to visit one of the largest Monastery of Gelukpa sect of Tibetan buddhism, its call Drepong monastery, build in 1416th by Jamming Chojay Tasha Plden on of the great student of Master Tsongapa.  After lunch we are going to visit Sera monastery this is also third largest monastery of Gelukpa sect of Tibetan Buddhism and build in 1419 by Jachen Chojay Sakya yeshi student of Master Tsongapa, Staying overnight at Hotel in Lhasa.

DAY 04. LHASA AIRPOR/TRAIN STATION SEND OFF. Today our guide and driver will send you to the airport or train station and it is time to say your goodbyes and depart for your next destination.  


Tour cost includes car, entrance ticket at all side, english speaking tibetan guide and hotels at lhasa 

Cost include 

1, Hotels and breakfast 

2, Tibetan English speaking guide

3, Enterance ticket for all sides 

4, car for tours 

5, one mineral water per day

5, oxygen for emergency


1,Passport and Chinese visa fees

2,International airfare to and from mainland China or Nepal

3,Photography fees inside monasteries

4,Flight or train tickets to Tibet

4,Lunch and dinner

5,Travel insurance

6,Medical expenses

7,Tips for guides and drivers

8,Personal expenses: laundry, shopping, phone calls, etc. 

Travelers must read the terms and condition before booking the tour

 Terms & conditions

Travel Agreement for travelers who go to the Tibet Autonomous Region

All foreign tourists receiving a permit for the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) through Tibet Experience must read and agree to the clauses provided in this agreement before applying for a permit.

1, Lhasa Tibetan guide can not process permits for: Diplomats, press agents, 

2, You can not deal with a Travel Permit or other necessary documents by yourself. Only Travel Agencies in Tibet (TAR) can deal with these permits and documents.

3, Individual travel inside and outside of Lhasa is an illegal activity.       All travelers inside and outside of Lhasa must be part of a guided tour from Lhasa travel agency.

4, The TAR is NOT a fully opened area. There are some places that are closed to foreigners and even Chinese travelers and also you are not allow to take photo with bridge and police station in Tibet. You must follow local rules and  regulations. Check with our travel agency for the current policies in the areas you want to travel. We will help you to legally enter the areas you desire, if they are possible.

5, All foreign tourists in the Tibet (TAR) must not participate in any activity that would disrupt the peace and prosperity of China Tibet.       Don’t do  anything that destroy the Tibetan way of life and their cultural heritage. You will take full responsibility in accordance with Chinese law for any illegal actions you participate in.

6, Understand that any illegal activities will also bring repercussions on the local agencies you have obtained your permit through.       Please consider how your actions affect not just yourself but the local Tibetan community!

7, We will not hold any responsibility due to policy changes.       Policies may change even after we have all of the documents. We are not responsible for the cost of cancellation, change, or delay due to policy changes.

8, By booking with our company the purchaser acknowledges that travel in Tibetan regions is remote, wilderness in nature, and unpredictable. Given these conditions that are inherent to the region, Lhasa Tibetan guide has no any  responsibility for travel disruption, safety, injury incurred during transportation, and healthcare emergencies.

9, We cannot guarantee refund due to trip cancellations for personal or external reasons (such as late travel, illness, natural disasters, etc…).

10, Our price quotes are based on current prices of all things considered in your trip and are subject to change. We work very hard to provide the cheapest possible price, and if there is a change it is for a very good reason.


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