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Day 1: Drive from Kathmandu to Kodari Boarder meet your Tibet Guide on the other side of the bridge and drive to Shegar(210km, 4500meters high) Nepal driver drives your group to Kodari border. Our Tibetan guide will meet you in the Kodari Border. Drive to Shegar. Get more rest for the next exiting day. It is better to take some medicine to protect you from high altitude sickness. You can have a great view of the Himalaya Mountain Range from afar.
Day 2: Shegar/Lhatse/Shigatse/Lhasa Morning, drive to Lhatse and visit the Phuntsoling Monastery, once the central monastery of the Jonanga. It belongs to the Kagyu sect, which is known for the examination of the nature of emptiness.Drive to Shigatse. En route, stop for a visit to Sakya monastery, which is divided into the south and north two parts. It is of typical Yuan Dynasty style of resembling castles. There are a lot of historical articles in the monastery, among them are found a lot of the imperial certificates, gold signets, crowns, costumes bestowed by the Yuan Dynasty emperors. It has over 10,000 volumes of Tibetan books on astronomy, medicine, calligraphy, and history. So the Sakya monastery enjoys the title ‘the second Dun Huang Cave.’. Drive along the friendship highway to Lhasa.
Day 3: Full day Lhasa visiting to Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Barkhor street , Hotel pick-up in the morning, then spend the whole morning to visit the famous Potala palace and explore the mythical halls, exhibition chambers, figures of the Buddha. In the afternoon, touring to the holy temple in Tibet – the Johkang Temple, which was built during songtsen gonpo's period by princess of wencheng in Great Tang Dynasty (618-907AD). The circular pilgrim way around Jokhang temple is named barkhor and
later flourished, forming the embryo of the city. The barkhor market is one of the most famous sites throughout Tibet, and it is the ideal place to buy traditional Tibetan artifacts, religious implements, antiques, books, Tibetan music instrument, Thangkas, and traditional Tibetan clothes, etc.
Day 4: One Day out of the routine Tour in Lhasa Today, you will have one day’s hiking to nearby areas of Lhasa city. It is a day out of routine, but you can experience a special tour most tourists cannot. On the way you will pay a visit to the Pabongka Monastery with the first sky-burial place that is still in use today. On the way, you can overlook the whole Lhasa city and the enjoy panorama of Potala Palace. And also, you can visit some small nunnery and not touristy monasteries. After that, you will walk through the mountains past the mysterious convent to the Sera Monastery. Daily debates are held here, beginning at 3am, during which young monks in their red habits become heated, animated, and even physical. This is a day out of the routine, but you can see the special scenery most tourists cannot.
Day 5: Tibet Bhuddism Tour Visit Drak Yerpa which is one of the holiest cave retreats in northern Tibet. Among the many ascetics who have sojourned here are Guru Rinpoche and Atisha (Jowo-je), the Bengali Buddhist who spend 12 years proselytising in Tibet. King Songtsen Gampo also meditated in a cave here, after his Tibetan wife established the first of Yerpa's chapels. The site is deeply peaceful and has stunning views. In the afternoon, you will continue to see the Ganden Monastery, one of the earliest and largest Buddhist monasteries in Tibet, and stands atop of the six famous temples of Gelugpa - a branch of Tibetan Buddhism. Spend some time
in or around the monastery. You might want to ask one of the monks to do a blessing for you (It cost money). Drive back to Lhasa.
Day 6: Lhasa/Gyantse/Shigatse Head to Yamdrok Lake . On the old road between Gyanste and Lhasa , dazzling Yamdrok lake can be seen from the summit of the Kambala ( 4794m ). The lake lies several hundred metres below the road, and in clear weather is a fabulous shade of deep turquoise. Forward to Gyantse and visit the Palkhor Temple, built in the 15th century, is situated in the west of Gyantse Town with mountains enclosing form three sides of the east, west and north. Its uniqueness is that its three sects of BuddismShaja, Ningma and Guolu stayed harmoniously under one roof. Near the temple, you will also see the Kumbu Stupa, the biggest stupa in Tibet. Drive to Shigatse and stay overnight.
Day 7: Shigatse/Zhangmu - Kathmandu. This morning you’ll have a chance to visit Tashilumpu Monastery, the home of the Panchen Lama, which is essentially a walled town with cobbled and twisting lanes that revolve around a magnificent monastery. Drive to Zhangmu and transfer to the Kodari Border, our guide will help you go through the formalities of China Customs, then you need to cross the Friendship Bridge to Nepali side by yourself. Our representative will meet you at border and transfer to Kathmandu. Hotel in Kathmandu.
Day 08: after breakfast we drop you off at the airport for onward journey.