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Vip Group Lhasa-mt Everest-kailash-guge Kingdom-lhasa Tour

Vip Group Lhasa-mt Everest-kailash-guge Kingdom-lhasa Tour Packages
Country: Tibet
City: Mansarovar Lake
Duration: 16 Day(s) - 15 Night(s)
Tour Category: Cruise Tours
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99

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Tibet Everest/ Kailash /Lhasa Tours 16 Days:

Day 1: Arrive in Lhasa, Lhasa Shangrila Hotel(*****).

Day 2: Lhasa,Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Nurbulingka Palace,(*****)

Day 3: Lhasa, Drepung monastery, Sera monastery, (*****).

Day 4: Lhasa – Yamdrok Lake– Gyantse then to Shigatse, Holyland hotel(***).

Day 5: Morning visit Shigatse then to Sakya, overnight Sakya hotel(***).

Day 6: Drive from Sakya to Rongbuk, overnight Rongbuk guest house or tent.

Day 7: Morning reach to Everest B.C, afternoon drive to Saga. Saga hotel(***).

Day 8: Drive from Saga –Paryang- Darchen. Guesthouse in Darchen(***).

Day 9: 1st Day of the Mt. Kailash kora, Guesthouse.

Day 10: 2nd day of the Mt. Kailash Kora Guesthouse.

Day11: 3rd day of the Mt. Kailash kora then continue to the Guge Kingdom, overnight Zanda hotel.( ***), we may use the best hotel in Zanda.

Day 12: Morning drive to the Guge Kingdom and visit there then back to Lake Manasarovar, overnight guest house.

Day 13: Lake Manasarovar – Paryang- Saga, Saga hotel(***).

Day 14: Saga- Shigatse.Holyland hotel(***).

Day 15: Shigatse – Yungdrunling monastery – Shangrila hotel(*****).

Day 16: Depart Lhasa

Cost Included: Hotel with breakfast, a good Minibus, a guide, Tibet permits, all entrance fees, and Poter or Yaks around the Mt Kailash.

Excluded: Lunch and Dinner!

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Explore More About Everest on Tibetan Side:

Surprisingly changeable, unstable, and difficult to predict with more fierce wind and much colder night on the mountain top. While on north Everest Base Camp, fewer plants but a much clearer sky with more magnificent Everest panorama views. Shorter summit night.

Controlled by the continental plateau climate, weather on the North Slope of the Everest in Tibet tends to be more complicated and unpredictable with drier air, and dense fog at the footage but snowstorms accompanied by the relentless gale and fierce hail up on higher elevation areas.

Located at the border of China and Nepal, Mt. Everest is governed by both the two countries’ governments. Due to the locations, the north part of the Mountain in Tibet is universally referred to as the “North Slope” while the south part in Nepal is taken as the “South Slope”. Likewise, North Everest Base Camp (5200 m) in Tibet and South Everest Base Camp (5364 m) in Nepal.

Furthermore, the climbing route from the north side of the Mountain in Tibet is typically referred as the Northeast Ridge route or the Standard Route while the climbing route from the south side of the mountain is generally considered to be the Southeast Ridge route.

Due to the location, both sides’ climates and plants of Mt. Everest in Tibet and Nepal bare no similarities.

Less influenced by the ocean, lush plants are barely found in any season of the year, what we can see are barely the alpine meadow zone, an alpine desert zone with sparsely grown grass. Ice snow belts extend their ways far from the eye can see. But as compensation, much more significant Himalaya Mountains can be appreciated and more stunning panoramic mountain views can be experienced, which constantly make you stand in awe. Nepal side: Abundant rainfall, a comparatively stable climate, plant diversity, longer summit night.

In Tibet, the best time to visit Mt. Everest falls typically in Apr., May, Sept., Oct., and Nov. From Mid-June to August, the monsoon season comes and the entire Everest region in Tibet is shrouded with intermittent heavy fog and rains.

If you prefer trekking, do trek Mt. Everest from April to May and Mid-Sept. to Nov. However, for mountaineers, April to May and Sept. to Oct. is the prime time for mountaineering on Everest on Tibet’s side.

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