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5 Days Lhasa and Namtso Lake Tour

Feel mysterious Lhasa

This Lhasa essence tour brings you to discovery mysterious Lhasa and show you a real Lhasa in your front, also feeling the second largest salt water lake in China only after Qinghai Lake--Lake Namtso.This china luxury travel is a popular one in china tibet tours.
Tour Code:LS-2
Destination:Llasa, Lake Namtso
Tour Days:5 Days
Departure Date:You Choose

Reasons of choosing this Lhasa essence tour

  • Personal Guide + Private car + entrance fees + meals
  • See the highlight attractions
Tour Dates Destinations Services Provided Meals Included
Day 1 Lhasa Arrival at Lhasa. /
Day 2 Lhasa The Potala Palace, The Jokhang Temple, Barkhor Street. B L
Day 3 Lake Namtso Lake Namtso. B L
Day 4 Lhasa Norbulingka, Tibet Museum, Sera Monastery. B L
Day 5 Lhasa Exit. B

This Lhasa essence tour Itinerary

Day 1

Place & Transport: Arrive in Lhasa
Today's Activities: Arrival at Lhasa either by train or flight and transferrd to your hotel in Lhasa.

Arrival at Lhasa either by train or flight and transferrd to your hotel in Lhasa. Free for rest of the day to acclimate to the Tibetan climate and altitude.

Day 2

Place & Transport:Lhasa
Today's Activities: The Potala Palace, The Jokhang Temple, Barkhor Street.
Meals:B L

Pick up from your hotel in Lhasa. First visit The Potala Palace. Then move to The Jokhang Temple. After lunch, continue to visit Barkhor Street.

private china tour:The Potala Palace The Potala Palace
private china tour:The Jokhang Temple The Jokhang Temple
private china tour:Barkhor Street Barkhor Street

The Potala Palace :Being a palace with political and religionary functions in history, Potala is exquisitely decorated with gorgeous paintings and embossment themed on plateau landscapes, historical legends, Buddhist stories, the scene of building Potala, etc.
The Jokhang Temple :The large amount of priceless cultural relics of Jokhang include more than 300 figures of Buddhas, more than 2600 square meters painted mural, ancient books, inscriptions, Thangkas, musical instruments, etc.
Barkhor Street :More than 300 shops and booths line there, selling copper Buddha sculptures, sutra-turning tubes, butter lamps, sutra flags, prayer beads, aprons, leather bags, horse gears, barley wine, Thangka, blankets, and many products from India, Nepal, Burma, Kashmir, etc.

Day 3

Place & Transport:Lake Namtso
Today's Activities: Lake Namtso.
Meals:B L

Pick up from your hotel in Lhasa. Then go to Lake Namtso directly.

private china tour:Lake Namtso Lake Namtso

Lake Namtso :The water here is a storybook crystal-clear blue. Clear skies join its surface in the distance, creating an integrated, scenic vista. Soul of every visitor who has ever been here seems to be cleansed by the pure water.

Day 4

Place & Transport:Lhasa
Today's Activities: Norbulingka, Tibet Museum, Sera Monastery.
Meals:B L

Pick up from your hotel in Lhasa. First visit Norbulingka. Then move to Tibet Museum. After lunch, continue to visit Sera Monastery.

private china tour:Norbulingka Norbulingka
private china tour:Tibet Museum Tibet Museum
private china tour:Sera Monastery Sera Monastery

Norbulingka :Every summer Dala Lamas moved from the Potala Palace to Norbulingka to handle official business, hence it is also seen as "the Summer Palace of Lhasa".
Tibet Museum :The Tibet Museum houses a rich collection of prehistoric cultural relics including Buddha statues in different postures, imperial jade seals, gold albums, gifts granted by emperors, colourful tangkas, and various printed Sanskrit and Tibetan scriptures.
Sera Monastery :Smaller than Drepung Monastery in size, Sera Monastery had over 8000 monks live there in its heyday. Today many of the treasured gifts from emperors of Ming Dynasty are still well kept at Sera Monastery.

Day 5

Place & Transport:Leave from Lhasa
Today's Activities: Free.

After breakfast, free till transferred to Lhasa Airport or Lhasa Train Station for your destination.

Price Detail of this China luxury travel

Price Detail with hotel
Travelling Party Luxury Standard Comfortable Single Room Supplement *
2 persons $1022 $792 $762 $322/$128/$98/
3-5 persons $902 $672 $642 $322/$128/$98/
6-9 persons $782 $552 $522 $322/$128/$98/
10& above persons $692 $472 $432 $322/$128/$98/

Hotels Arranged of this China luxury travel

City Luxury Standard Comfortable
Lhasa Brahmaputra Grand Hotel Thangka Hotel or same class Kailash Hotel or same class

Tour Price Inclusions and Exclusions of China tibet tours

    Price Inclusions:
  1. All transfers and city transportation for your own use
  2. Entrance fees and lunch as mentioned
  3. Private car or van with English speaking guide
  4. Hotels with daily breakfast
  5. Permission paper to Tibet.
  6. The above private escorted tour is customized for you, your family or your friends exclusively. No other travelers will join in your group.
    Price Exclusion:
  1. Tips to your tour guide and driver.
  2. Personal expenses.
  3. Excess baggage charges.
  4. Airfare or train tickets.
  5. Any meals that are not mentioned.

Tour Remark of China city tours

  • Wear casually with comfortable sports shoes and pay attention to the climate in Lhasa.
  • The best time to visit Lhasa lasts from March to October each year.
  • With an altitude of 3650 meters, Lhasa is one of the highest cities in the world. It has the highland temperate semi-arid monsoon climate. People will feel uncomfortable, even having a headache due to the thinning oxygen! To quickly get accustomed to the Tibetan climate and altitude, we suggest you speak less, don't drink any wine, less smoke, and don't have any shower on the first day.
  • Though Lhasa enjoys the great amount of sunlight, the daily difference in temperature is still huge. It is cold at night even if the day here is very sunny. It is wise to bring winter clothes. Generally speaking, you must be ready for a T-shirt, overcoat and jeans. Sunhats, sunglasses and suntan lotion are necessities.

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