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    Client: Mr. Chase Peter Andrew

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    Itinerary: 4 Days Tailor Made Xian/Beijing/Shanghai Tour

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5 days Lhasa "Roof of The World" Tour

from US

Tour code:







Experience the Tibetan plateau, known as the “roof of the world.”and Feel its impressive heritage of over a thousand years of sect culture and religion.

Tour Itinerary
Day 1 : Beijing/Lhasa

Morning transfer from your hotel to the airport for your flight to Lhasa. Upon arrival, you'll be met at the airport by our professional English speaking tour guide. Transfer to the hotel for 4 nights stay.  The rest of the day is free for you.

  • 4* Tibet Hotel or the same class
  • Lunch / Dinner
Day 2 : Lhasa

Today we explore Lhasa. Your first stop will be The Potala Palace with its 10,000 steps. Then we visit to the most celebrated temple in Tibet the Jokhang Temple. The afternoon is at leisure at Barkhor Street to shop and to look at some of the local crafts. 

  • 4* Tibet Hotel or the same class
  • Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner
Day 3 : Lhasa

Today we will visit Sera Monastery, known as one of the three greatest monasteries of Tibet. As one of the three main monasteries in Lhasa, it is here that the monks "famous daily debates" take place. One of the most famous souvenir in Tibet is carpet. Today we will visit The Carpet Factory to have a general idea how carpets are produced. After lunch you will have a chance to visit Drepung Monastery and Norbulingka. Drepung Monastery used to be the living palace of Dalai Lamas before the reconstruction of Potala palace (after the 5th Dalai Lamas was bestowed by Emperor Qianlong in Qing Dynasty). Norbulingka means "Jeweled Garden". It was constructed as a summer palace for the Dalai Lama and later served as the whole governmental administration.  

  • 4* Tibet Hotel or the same class
  • Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner
Day 4 : Lhasa

Full day visit to Yambajan and Lake Namtso (from May to October only). Yambajan is famous for its hot spring and is a nice choice for those who want to get a close look at the Tibetan herders (drokpa) and their semi-nomadic lifestyle. Lake Namtso is the second largest saltwater lake in China. The lake is beautiful with its azure water and surrounding snow capped peaks. 

  • 4* Tibet Hotel or the same class
  • Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner
Day 5 : Lhasa/Beijing

Transfer to Lhasa airport and fly back to Beijing. Pick-up at Beijing airport and transfer back to your hotel.

  • Breakfast
Price Dates
Customized Tour

April - November


Single Supplement

1 traveler





2-5 traveler





6-9 traveler





Notes: ¥=RMB or CNY (Chinese Yuan, Renminbi)   $=USD, US Dollars

December to March


Single Supplement

Notes: ¥=RMB or CNY (Chinese Yuan, Renminbi)   $=USD, US Dollars

* Price is for per person, based on two persons sharing one room.
* If one person uses one room, he/she is required to pay additional charge named single supplement.

  • Price Includes
  • Price Excludes

1. All internal transportations and transfers in China, including round trip flights between Beijing and Lhasa.
2. Domestic airport taxes.
3. 4 night accommodation in 4* hotels with private facilities
4. All meals specified in the itinerary, B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner.
5. Comprehensive sightseeing with an English speaking guide and all entrance fees
6. Tibet permit

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