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7Days Namsto Lake Tour

Lhasa city Tour gives you an insight into the fascinating history and culture of the Tibetans. As you are taken on a grand tour to the fabled capital city of Lhasa, you may feel as though you have been transported to another era. If you want to savor the rich Tibetan culture and history but don’t have much time to spare, then this tour is tailored for you. Lhasa, the most famous among Tibetan cities, was the capital of the first Tibetan emperor Songstan Gampo. The city of Lhasa lies on the north bank of the Lhasa river, a tributary of the Yarlung Tsangpo river, at an altitude of 3,650 meters. Covering an area of 544 sq kilometers and lying at an altitude of 3660 meters, Lhasa is the capital of the Tibet Autonomous Region. The city has a history of over 13 centuries and is synonymous with Tibetan culture and heritage. Your tour itinerary includes a visit to the majestic Potala palace, the splendid Norbulingka (summer retreat of the Dalai Lama), the sacred Jokhang temple and the busy Barkhor square. You will also be taken on a guided tour to the ancient monasteries of Sera and Drepung, important seats of Tibetan Buddhism, Potala Palace.

Tour itinerary

Day 01: Arrive at Lhasa

Day 02: Lhasa-Jokhang temple -Barkhore square -Ramoche Temple

Day 03:Lhasa -Potala palace-Nobulingka summer palace

Day04 Lhasa-Drepung monastery-Sera Monastery

Day05 Lhasa-Namsto lake

Day06 Daxung town to Lhasa

Day 07: Depart Lhasa

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    Namtso lake Tour

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    Day 01: Arrive at Lhasa

    ELEV 3650M

    Arrive at the train station (20km) or airport(60km) in Lhasa.  Our guide and driver will pick you up and transfer you to the hotel for acclimatization; you can have your free time hanging out in this holy city to get the first impression of Tibet.

    Day 02: Lhasa-Jokhang temple -Barkhore square -Ramoche Temple

    Potala Palace view from Jokhang temple rooftop

    Potala Palace view from Jokhang temple rooftop

    Morning visits the Jokhang temple is the most sacred temple in Tibet. In the Tibetan language, it refers to Buddha’s house. The most important statue is said to be made by Buddha Sakyamuni himself time. It was built in the 7th-century 32nd king Songtsen Gampo. The Jokhang temple is the convergence of Tibet’s spiritual and secular life. Here you can meet all kinds of tribes from the Tibetan plateau. The surrounding market is called Bakhore. One of the most important religious paths.

    Afternoon visits to the Ramoche temple, It’s the sister temple to the Jokhang, which is completed about the same time. Tradition says that it was built originally to house the much revered Jowo Rinpoche statue, carried to Lhasa via Lhagang in a wooden cart, brought to Tibet when Princess Wencheng came to Lhasa.

    Overnight night in Hotel (Lhasa)

    Day 03:Lhasa -Potala palace-Nobulingka summer palace

    Our clients in Norbulingka summer Palace

    Our clients in Norbulingka summer Palace

    Morning visits the Potala palace towers above the city of Lhasa as the national landmark that allures international visitors. The massive 13-storeyed building used to be the former abode for the Dalai lamas. It looks incredibly magnificent from a distance and can be viewed from various places around town. As the nation’s supreme relic, the palace dates back to the seventh century A.D.

    Afternoon visits the Norbulingka summer palace, the former summer palace of Dalai Lamas built-in during the 18th century by seven Dalai lamas. Explore the beautiful gardens and experience one of the holiest sites in Tibetan Buddhism while soaking up the rich history.

    Overnight night in Hotel (Lhasa)

    Day04 Lhasa-Drepung monastery-Sera Monastery

    Drepung monastery main assembly hall

    Drepung monastery main assembly hall

    Morning visits the Drepung monastery was founded in 1416 by a charismatic monk and disciple of Tsongkhapa called Jamyang Choji. Within just a year of the completion, the monastery had attracted a population of some 2000 monks. In 1530 the second Dalai lama established the Gaden Palace, the palace was home for the Dalai lamas until the fifth built the Potala Palace. Drepung monastery is one of the biggest Gelugpa sect Buddhist monasteries in the Lhasa area

    Afternoon visits the Sera monastery. All the Gelugpa monasteries history is strongly connected to Master Lama Tsongkhapa (1357–1419), the founder of the Gelugpa order, the much venerated and highly learned guru in Buddhist scriptures. The Sera Monastery at the foot of Sera Uste Hill is located 2 kilometers north of Lhasa. It is one of the great three Gelukpa university monasteries of Tibet.

    Overnight night in Hotel (Lhasa)

    Day05 Lhasa-Namsto lake 

    ELEV: 4718 m

    Namsto lake with Mt Nenchenthangla veiw

    Namsto lake with Mt Nenchenthangla veiw

    Today, driven 220km to Namtso Lake, Namsto lake is known as Heavenly Lake and one of the three sacred lakes of Tibet; the largest lake throughout Tibet and the second saltwater lake in China only after Qinghai Lake. The tour then takes you to Lake Namtso, the second-largest saltwater lake in China. The surrounding snow-capped peaks are far in the distance. On the way, you can explore local villages and nomads’ life. Also, you see the Mt Nenchenthala ranges(7162m).  Drive back to Damxung town

    Overnight night in Hotel (Damxung town)

    Day06 Daxung town to Lhasa

    ELEV:3650m

    Drive back to Lhasa with same route 

    Day 07: Depart Lhasa

    Our guide and driver will transfer you to the Lhasa airport or train station and depart Lhasa and end the Tibet Tour


  • Tour includes:

    • All the necessaries Tibet Travel Permit
    • All the necessaries entrance fees
    • Your accommodation with included breakfast
    • Tibetan English Speaking guide
    • Car and driver for the whole trip
    • Agency service fee
    • guide and driver accommodation and meal
    • permit shipping fee
  • Tour Excludes:

    • Your lunch and dinner
    • your flight or train ticket both way
    • personal expenses
    • guide and driver tips

    Feel free to ask if you have any further questions.