A Journey Through Tibet

Tibet was opened to tourism in 1985. Before this, it avoided influence from the West and this country developed its unique culture and religion independently. Since the spiritual leaders governed Tibet, monasteries and religious institutions were the backbone of power so the importance and prestige were shown by the size and magnificent architecture of these buildings. Tibetan Buddhism contains many elements of their older religion, "Bon Po" which worshipped the sky, moon, sun, fire, soil and even evil spirits and this is why a monastery such as Tashilhunpo contains thousands of unique statues, paintings (Thangka), religious and historical books that to visit in detail would take weeks. Pilgrims who often travel long distances to fulfill their vows crowd monasteries and their emotions show that religion still holds a very important place in their daily lives.


Day 01: Kathmandu (1,300m) - Zhangmu (2,500m) 123 Km. Overnight at the Hotel.
Day 02: Zhangmu to Xegar (4,350m) 244 Km. Overnight at Hotel.
Day 03: Xegar-Xigatse (3,900m) 244 Km. Overnight at the Hotel.
Day 04: Xigatse-Gyantse (3,950m) 90 Km. Overnight at the Hotel.
Day 05: Gyantse-Tsedang (3,650m) 350 Km. Overnight at the Hotel in Tsedang.
Day 06: Tsedang/Samye/Lhasa. Rest of the day is free. Overnight at the Hotel.
Day 07: Sightseeing tour of Potala Palace. Visit the Jokhang Temple. Overnight at the Hotel.
Day 08: Excursion to Ganden. Drive to Sera Monastery. Overnight at the Hotel.
Day 09: Sightseeing tour of the Drepung Monastery. Visit the The Norbulingkha. Overnight at the Hotel.
Day 10: Lhasa - Kathmandu.

Dhaulagiri Region

Kanchenjunga Region

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