Foreign guests’ Tibetan delegation on the 9th

[Foreigners’ preferred Tibet tour group] - Classic 9 days (free Chengdu hotel/Lhasa + Yanghu + Shigatse + Everest Base Camp + Namtso)

It’s not easy for foreigners to travel to Tibet, so why not include Chengdu and get a free night’s stay in Chengdu! The itinerary includes Lhasa, Shigatse, Mount Everest, and a trip to the Holy Lakes of Tibet (Yamdrok Yumtso, Namtso), a classic 9-day tour of Tibet. Apply for a Tibet entry letter (certificate) for free. One person can register to participate. If multiple people sign up, there will be more discounts.

1. 9-day Tibetan classic tourist attractions exclusively for foreigners

  • Free one night in a business hotel in Chengdu! Best for those who want to visit Chengdu first

  • Itinerary: Lhasa ➽ Shigatse ➽ Everest Base Camp ➽ Shigatse ➽ Namtso ➽ Lhasa

  • There is no price increase for single registration, and more discounts for multiple registrations.

  • welcomeexpatriate (foreigner)With tourists from Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan, such as: Singapore, Malaysia, the United States, Canada, Japan...

  • Pure travel, no shopping in stores is guaranteed throughout the journey

  • From consultation to departure, we will give you a relaxing and hassle-free Tibet travel itinerary

  • Exclusive one-on-one travel specialist who understands your needs best and answers your questions immediately

2. Intimate service for 9-day Tibet tour exclusively for foreigners

Guaranteed reservation to visit the Potala Palace, free of charge

Free application for Tibet entry permit and other necessary procedures for entering Tibet

Excellent native speaking tour guides will be arranged throughout the journey (Cantonese, Chinese and English tour guides can be selected)

Use qualified and safe tourist vehicles throughout the journey, not black-brand vehicles, and each vehicle is equipped with a cylinder oxygen tank

Complimentary accommodation in Chengdu (one night before arriving in Lhasa) and airport transfer in Chengdu. (Those who do not need to stay will be deemed to have given up automatically and no refund will be given.)

[Potala Palace]: Tibet’s iconic palace, once the winter palace of the Dalai Lama. [Jokhang Temple]: The most important Buddhist temple in Tibet, attracting many believers and tourists. [Bajiao Street]: Lhasa’s famous ancient commercial district, full of vitality. [Gangbala Snow Mountain]: The magnificent snow mountain provides charming natural beauty. [Yamdrok Yongcuo]: A beautiful mountain lake, known as the "Yamdrok Lake". [Karola Glacier]: Tibet’s famous glacier attraction is amazing. [Gyantse]: The ancient city preserves rich historical and cultural heritage. [Zongshan Anti-British Site]: A historical site that reflects the history of Tibet’s anti-British war. [Baiju Temple]: An important Buddhist temple with a long history. [Shigatse]: The second largest city in Tibet, the center of culture and history. [Lazi]: This small town is an important transit point to the Everest Base Camp. [Tingri]: A small town located near the Everest Base Camp. [Xiegel]: Beautiful mountainous scenery, a good place for hiking and adventure. [Everest Base Camp]: The base camp of the world’s highest peak, attracting climbers and explorers. [Everest]: The world’s highest peak, inspiring people’s spirit of adventure. [Tashilhunpo Temple]: A Buddhist temple with a long history, it is important to believers and tourists. [Lhasa]: The capital of Tibet, the cultural and religious center, full of charm.

3. Introduction to the classic 9-day Tibet travel itinerary

Day 1: Arrive in Chengdu (deliver the original Tibet entry letter), free: Chengdu business hotel

Go to your hotel in Chengdu and complete the check-in procedures.
Complimentary: Chengdu airport pick-up service
Thoughtful reminder:
It is recommended to get enough sleep the day before entering Tibet to alleviate altitude sickness. Try to arrive in Chengdu before the afternoon. If you are unable to arrive in Chengdu at 19:00, you must inform us in advance.

The next day: Fly from Chengdu to Lhasa, stay at: Comfortable foreign-related hotel in Lhasa

Check in with your travel companions at Terminal 2 of Chengdu Shuangliu Airport (check the original Tibet entry letter)
Complimentary: Chengdu hotel drop-off service
Please note:
1. The entry letter to Tibet is one for the group, not one for each person. Partners in the same group must take the designated flight and check in together.
2. The itinerary fee does not include air tickets/train tickets from Chengdu to Lhasa. You can purchase them by yourself or entrust us to purchase them on your behalf.
After getting off the plane, our staff will welcome you outside the airport with the warmest smiles on the plateau and a touch of plateau red.
If you have just arrived on the plateau, the most important thing is to slow down your pace and relax your mood. We will take you to the hotel to have a full rest and let your body slowly adapt to the atmosphere of the plateau.
Thoughtful reminder:
From the moment you set foot on the plateau land, remember "slow, slow, slow", walk slowly, talk slowly, and meditate slowly. If you have a slight headache, dizziness, vomiting, etc., these are normal phenomena and will usually get better the next day. If the symptoms are severe, please inform the tour guide or our Lhasa staff immediately

Day 3: Lhasa: Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Barkhor Street, accommodation: Comfortable foreign-related hotel in Lhasa

In the morning, visit the Potala Palace, the highest ancient palace-style building complex in the world, the residence of the Dalai Lama for generations and the center of Tibetan political and religious power. Before climbing to the Potala Palace, you have to climb 1,080 steps. Although it will be a little tiring, you can also overlook the entire city of Lhasa during the process. The beautiful scenery will make us forget our physical fatigue!
In the afternoon, visit the Jokhang Temple, the holy place in the hearts of Tibetan Buddhist believers. "Going to Lhasa without going to the Jokhang Temple means you have not been to Lhasa." This is the words of Nyima Tsering, the famous lama in the Jokhang Temple, and it is also a view that almost every traveler agrees with.
The Jokhang Temple combines Tibetan, Tang, Nepalese and Indian architectural styles and has become an eternal model of Tibetan religious architecture.
After leaving the Jokhang Temple, you can walk around the Jokhang Temple clockwise, imagining yourself as a Tibetan who spins Pakuo, or go shopping at the handicraft market on the [Bajiao Street], or you just simply Move slowly on the streets and feel the warmth of the City of Sunshine, or find a sweet teahouse and learn from the tranquility and contentment of Tibetan friends.
Thoughtful reminder:
Tickets for the Potala Palace are pre-purchased and have visit time restrictions. We will flexibly adjust the itinerary sequence according to the actual reserved visit time. There will be security inspection procedures when entering the Potala Palace. Dangerous items are not allowed. Photography is prohibited after entering the Potala Palace.

Day 4: Lhasa ➔ Yamdrok Yumcuo ➔ Karola Glacier ➔ Gyantse ➔ Shigatse, accommodation: Comfortable foreign-related hotel in Shigatse

We can’t stay in bed today. After breakfast, we will set off from Lhasa and climb over the 4,900-meter-high Gambala Snow Mountain and head towards the world’s highest freshwater lake, Yamdrok Yumcuo.
[Yamdrok Yumcuo] is known as the most beautiful water in the world. The blue lake water is connected with the snow-capped mountains in the distance, making people feel relaxed and happy.
The car detoured around Yamdrok Yumcuo and passed the [Karola Glacier], which was once the filming location of the movie "Red River Valley". The glacier just beside the road is breathtaking.
Continue all the way to the Anti-British Heroes Town [Gyantse], an ancient city with a history of more than 600 years and a transportation fortress from front Tibet to back Tibet. Overlook [Zongshan Anti-British Site] and visit [Baiju Temple], the only one that integrates the three major sects of Tibet and is famous for its exquisite murals and carvings. Then drive to Tibet’s second largest city [Shigatse].

Day 5: Shigatse➔Rongbuk Temple➔Everest Base Camp, accommodation: Rongbuk Temple tent (bed)

Get up in the morning and drive to Everest Base Camp, passing through [Lazi], [Dingri] and Xiegar. When you arrive at [Xiegar], you can overlook the majestic form of Mount Everest, and then arrive at the highest temple in the world [ Rongbuk Temple], this is the best angle to look up at Mount Everest. Continue to [Everest Base Camp] and gaze up close at Mount Everest, the world’s highest peak at an altitude of 8,848 meters.
At night, stay in the tent area of the Everest Base Camp. When the night covers the earth, you can walk out of the tent and enjoy the bright moonlight and brilliant starry sky when you are awake.
Thoughtful reminder:
Mount Everest is 5,200 meters above sea level. It is common to have headaches at night and have difficulty falling asleep. This is a normal phenomenon. Please do not panic too much. Continue to slow down your pace, relax your mood, and feel the beauty of Mount Everest. Your symptoms will gradually ease.
Note: According to the announcement of the scenic spot, the longest Everest trip can only reach Rongbuk Monastery. The actual situation is based on the announcement of the scenic spot. Rongbuk Monastery is the best place to view and photograph Mount Everest.

Day 6: Everest Base Camp➔Shigatse, accommodation: Comfortable foreign-related hotel in Shigatse

The night before, whether you had a good night's sleep or were tossing and turning, you must get up early to welcome the dawn of Mount Everest. When the peaks are still sleeping in the dawn, Mount Everest has been covered with dazzling colors like the goddess's costume. Morning glow.
Accompanied by the first ray of light rising from [Mount Everest], we travel through the majestic, majestic and winding Himalayas for thousands of miles, and climb over the 5,200-meter-high Gawula Mountain in desolation and silence. In addition to Mount Everest (elevation 8848), in the distance there are also Labji Kang (elevation 7367), Cho Oyu (elevation 8201), Lhotse (elevation 8516), and Makalu (elevation 8463). Waiting for the snow-capped peaks in the world, you can look at the majestic and solemn Shishapangma Peak (8012 meters above sea level), the only top mountain in the world with an altitude of over 8,000 meters that is entirely located in China. With nostalgia for Mount Everest, we return to [Shigatse] in the majestic, majestic and winding Himalayas.

Day 7: Shigatse➔Northern Tibet Grassland➔Dangxung, accommodation: Damxiong comfortable foreign-related hotel

After breakfast, visit Tashilhunpo Monastery, the resting place of the Panchen Lama’s soul and one of the six major monasteries of the Yellow Sect. It was also the residence of Panchen Lama for generations and was once the political center of Tibet. The temple houses the world's largest seated bronze Buddha statue "Jamba Buddha" (Maitreya Buddha), which is 28 meters high.
After leaving Shigatse, we passed through the northern Tibetan grasslands and felt the endless vastness. Occasionally, we could see running Tibetan antelopes, spending the night in charge.

Day 8: Damxung➔Namtso➔Lhasa, accommodation: Comfortable foreign-related hotel in Lhasa

After breakfast, we left the Damxung hotel and headed to Namtso, the "Sky Lake", the first of the three holy lakes in Tibet. With an altitude of 4718m, it is the highest saltwater lake in the world and the second largest saltwater lake in my country. To the south is the Nyainchen Tanglha Mountains, which are covered with snow all year round. To the north and west are plateau hills and a vast lakeside. The grasslands surrounding the lake are rich in water and grass. The lake water has high salt content and is rich in wild animal resources within the basin, including yaks, Goats, etc.; the lake water is clear, contrasting with the surrounding snow-capped mountains, and the scenery is beautiful, like a crystal pearl inlaid on the thousands of miles of Qiangtang grassland. In the evening, return to [Lhasa] with the afterglow of the setting sun.

Day 9: Transfer to Lhasa airport/train station

 After the trip, take a flight or Qinghai-Tibet Railway train to return to your warm home. After finishing the trip, take a flight or Qinghai-Tibet Railway train to return to your warm home 

[Documents] All Tibet application documents are processed.
[Tickets] The Potala Palace ticket reservation is guaranteed to be successful (the ticket fee is RMB 200 per person and must be paid on site).
[Vehicle] Tourist vehicle with regular license plate and equipped with cylinder-type oxygen cylinder. It includes the driver’s food and accommodation expenses, road and bridge tolls, fuel expenses, and Everest vehicle entry fees. Free time to take care of yourself.
[Accommodation] Stay in regular foreign-related standard hotels and guest houses in special remote places (such as Everest Base Camp and Namtso) throughout the entire journey.
[Meal] Breakfast is provided by the hotel. The guest house does not provide breakfast.
[Tour guide] Excellent Chinese/English/Cantonese... and other tour guide services, including the tour guide's food and accommodation expenses.
[Insurance] Travel agency liability insurance and travel personal accident insurance.

[Transportation] Round trip transportation from departure point to Lhasa (booking service provided)
[Tickets] Purchase tickets on site for a total of approximately RMB 870
[Meal fee] Order and pay by yourself (about 30-60RMB per meal)
[Others] Personal expenses, all expenses not mentioned in the included expenses

Tibet is a special autonomous region, and the government has the right to open or close tourist attractions at any time.

If an attraction is closed, we will discuss with the group members and provide other alternatives after receiving the notice.

In the event of temporary hotel requisition, we will provide hotels of the same class and arrange the most suitable alternative.

If the itinerary may be changed due to force majeure factors (climate, road conditions, political factors), we reserve the right to change the itinerary, and the resulting over-expenses will be borne by the participants.

Without reducing the number of attractions in the itinerary, our company has the right to change the order of tours based on actual conditions.

This itinerary is a shared group itinerary and is subject to availability and is based on the payment confirmation time. If the number of people does not reach 6 people 10 days before departure and the group is canceled, you can choose another time to confirm the group, or get a full refund of the money paid.


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