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Lhasa, capital of the Tibet Autonomous Region, covers an area of 544 square kilometers and is quot;The Land of Godsquot; in Tibetan, sits on the north bank of River Lhasa, a tributary of the Yarlung . .
Country: Tibet
City: Lhasa
Duration: 4 Day(s) - 3 Night(s)
Tour Category: Night Tour
Package Itinerary
Lhasa, capital of the Tibet Autonomous Region, covers an area of 544 square kilometers and is "The Land of Gods" in Tibetan, sits on the 
north bank of River Lhasa, a tributary of the Yarlung Tsangbo River, at an altitude of 3,700 meters. It has a history of over 13 centuries. With more than 3,000 hours of sunshine annually, Lhasa is famed as "the City of Sunshine". It is the capital of Tibet Autonomous Region and the center of Tibet's political, economic, cultural and religious activities. There are many historic sites and famous relics in the city proper and its suburbs, among which the Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Drepung Monastery, Sera Monastery and Ganden Monastery are world famous.
Day 01 Arrive in Lhasa by plane or by train:
When your flight arrives in Tibet, please take a taxi or bus to the hotel. Our tour guide will meet you at the hotel. On the way, you will enjoy the 'heart-beating' highland view along the Yarlong Tsangpo River (the longest river in Tibet). The rest of the day is free for you to relax and become more acclimatized to this altitude.
Day 02 Potala Place and free time [B]:
You are noticed the gathering time and contact number of your guide in advance. Your hotel is located in the downtown of Tibet, which is very near to Potala Place. Our guide will wait for you in the hall of your hotel, then walk to Potala Place ( about 15 minutes) . We will present an urban map of Lhasa to you. After visiting Potala place, you will enjoy the rest of time. The meals need to be arranged by yourself.
Day 03 Jokhang temple/ Barkhor Street/ Bicycle sightseeing (optional) [B]:
Our guide will wait for you in the hall of your hotel , then walk to Jokhang temple and Barkhor Street ( about 10 minutes) After visiting, you can choose to take part in our bicycle sightseeing ( the charge :USD 10 to rent the bicycle. it needs to be paid by yourself), if not joining it, the rest of time is free for you
Day 04 Leave Lhasa [B]:
Transfer to airport or train-station by aviation shuttle bus (USD 4 per person of one way) or taxi by yourself. We don’t arrange the guide and special bus to send off. If you need us to send off, we will be happy to arrange that at the following prices: RMB 400 (equals to USD 63) for flight and RMB 100 (equals to USD 17) for train ( one way).
1.The 3-star comfortable standard room of Yak hotel is offered in this tour. 
2.Yak hotel is located in the downtown of Lhasa, which is gathering area of foreigners and near to scenery spots. Breakfast is offered. 
3.We will try our best to transact your relevant permit promptly once we receive the deposit. Furthermore, we will send the permit to you .by express delivery before arriving in Lhasa.
1. Accommodation: 3 nights stay in Lhasa. You can choose budget guest house, 3 star level hotel or 4 star level luxury hotel according to your own preference.
2. Meals: Breakfasts marked as B in the itinerary. If you choose budget guest house, the breakfast will not be included.
3. English Speaking local Tibetan Guide for Day 2 and Day 3.
4. Travel Permits: All Tibet traveling permits.
5. Entrance Fees: the entrance fees for Potala Palace and Jokhang Monastery. 
6. Government Tax
7. Delivery fee of Tibet permits
1.Transportation to and from Lhasa
2.Airport or train station transfer. If you would like to schedule a different time or place to enter/leave Tibet we will be happy to arrange that at the following prices for one way:
3.Vehicle Rental & Driver: We won't arrange vehicle or driver for this group tour. You can take a bus or taxi by yourself. 
4. Other services of non-Tibetan parts
5. Single room supplement
6. Lunches and Dinners
7. Personal expenses like laundry, ISD calls, drinks, etc.
8. Tips for the tour guide and driver.
9. Extra expenses incurred due to unexpected natural events (delays, road washouts, etc.)
10. Bank charge of payment
1. Do have good acclimatization before forwarding to the Everest as the altitude there at the base camp is over 5200ms; go direct to the Everest without 1 or 2 days acclimatization posts danger to your tour. Drink more water helps you accustom to the altitude there. 
2. Better do not take shower after arrival in Lhasa if you are going to visit the Everest, because the biggest threat to your safety on the plateau is catching cold but not altitude over 5000ms. 
3. May and October are best season to go as the sky is more clear, you can see the summit of the Everest with ease. 
4. We do not suggest the pregnant and people over 60 or below 12 to visit this area 
5. Bring warm wears is also important as the temperature in this region could become low during the night, besides, a sleeping bag is also necessary because the condition of guesthouse outside of Shigatse could be simple. 
6. Do not litter in the EBC area though some did, please bring a bag with you to place the trashes you produce and bring it away.
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