11 Days Nyingchi Peach FLower Blossom Tour
  • 报名时间

    11 Nov 2016 – 22 Nov 2016

  • 价格


  • 出发班期:6月26日



D1  Fly from Chengdu/Chongqing to Nyingchi

After your arrival In Nyingchi, your local tour guide will greet you to escort you to your vehicle for the 130km drive to Bayi and the village home of the Peach Flower Festival where you can enjoy the beautiful spring-blooming peach flowers. After checking in at hotel, you will spend rest of the day for relaxing.

Meals: None   Accommodation: Overnight at Lulang 3-star hotel


D2 Lulang – Bayi Town – Basum Lake

Today we will start off our sightseeing with a visit to the Sekyim la Pass (elevation 4720 meters) with its splendid views of the great Mt. Namjia Bawa (peak elevation 7700 meters) in the distance. After that, we will drive on to explore the bushy Lulang Forest (elevation 3700 meters) with its typical highland meadow strip of dense bushes, spruce trees and pines. After we have had plenty of time for photographs of the fluffy white clouds, the snow-capped mountains, the endless pines and the quiet pastures, we will drive back to Basum Lake to spend the night.

Meals: Breakfast   None  Accommodation: 3-Star hotel at Basum Lake


D3 Basum Lake – Mila Pass – Lhasa

Today we will drive the holy city of Lhasa. Along the way, we will drive through the Mila Pass (elevation 5014 meters) before heading on to the Basum-tso Lake, located 360 kilometers east of Lhasa. The high altitude Basum-tso Lake, situated 3500 meters above sea level, is formed from melting snow in the Nyching Tangha Mountain. The lake is 12 kilometers long, with snow-covered mountains, glaciers and trees reflected upon the lake’s surface providing fantastic photo opportunities. Over the centuries, Tibetan Buddhist temples have been built on the numerous small islands in the middle of the lake.

Meals: Breakfast  None  Accommodation: Overnight at Lhasa 3-Star hotel


D4 Lhasa city Sightseeing – Potala Palace – Jokhang Temple – Barkhor Street

Today we will drive back to the holy city of Lhasa alongside the beautiful Niyang River, which is the longest tributary of the Yarlung Tsangpo River, with spectacular scenery all along the way. We will be able to make some sightseeing stops along the way, including the cradle of the Benjiao at Benri Holy Mountain as well as the Kadinggou Scenic Area and Apei Village.Later, we will go to visit Sera Monastery. The highlight will be watching the monk’s debating inside the shady courtyard behind the main temple. Every day except Sunday, hundreds of red-robed monks assemble in small groups and practice their debating skills.

Tips for Visiting Potala Palace

  1. The number of visitors to the palace is strictly limited to 2,300 per day. Visitors can only visit during the time specified on the admission ticket.
  2. Admission tickets to visit the Potala Palace are sold out almost every day, so it is strongly recommended to book your tickets several days in advance.
  3. There are many steps at the Potala Palace, so it’s best to take it slowly to avoid possible altitude discomfort.
  4. Visitors should respect the rules while visiting. Do not wear hats, wear revealing clothes or step on thresholds as these actions violate local customs.
  5. Photography and the taking of videos are forbidden inside the Potala Palace.
  6. A security search will take place at the entrance to the palace. Explosives, flammables, knives, lighters and even water bottles are not allowed inside the Potala Palace.

Meals: Breakfast   None  Accommodation: Overnight at Lhasa 3-Star hotel


D5Lhasa City Sightseeing – Sera Monastery – Drepung Monastery

Today features visits to 2 of the most important monasteries in Tibetan Buddhism – the Drepung and Sera Monasteries. Drepung Monastery is located on the hillside west of Lhasa – at one time the world’s largest monastery with about 10,000 monks living there. A pleasant walk up the hill leads to the solemn ambience inside the monastery’s many halls and chapels. After Drepung, we will move on to the Sera Monastery. The main highlight of the Sera Monastery is watching the crowd of monks debating inside the shady courtyard behind the main temple. Every day except Sunday, hundreds of red-robed monks assemble in small groups and practice their debating skills – a very impressive sight to behold as the monks are very animated in their debates on the various attributes of Buddhist scriptures.

Meals: Breakfast   None  Accommodation: Overnight at Lhasa 3-Star hotel


D6 Lhasa – Yamdrok Lake – Karola Glacier – Gyantse (Kumbum Monastery) – Shigatse

This morning we’ll take a drive up to the Kampala Pass (elevation 4797 meters) where you’ll have a glimpse of Yamdrok Lake down below as well as spectacular views of the holy Mount Nyenchen Khangsar in the distance. You will want to have your camera at the ready for the turquoise waters of Yamdrok Lake, which is one of the three holy lakes of Tibet, and the beautiful Mt. Nyenchen Khangsar glacier as seen from the Karol la Pass. Later on we’ll be able to visit the Karola Glacier before continuing along the southern Friendship Highway to Gyantse, where you will be able to see the famous Gyantse Kumbum, one of the most stunning architectural wonders in Tibet. Late in the afternoon we will continue on to Shigatse, the location of the Tashilunpo Monastery.

Meals: Breakfast   None  Accommodation: Overnight at Shigatse 3-Star hotel


D7 Shigatse – Tingri – Rongphu Monastery – Everest Base Camp

After breakfast we’ll set out towards the peak of the world – Mount Everest. Departing from Shigatse and traveling via Lhatse and Tingri, you will see some of the most beautiful and unique scenery in the world – incredibly blue skies, floating high clouds, endless grasslands and the highest mountain peaks in the world. We’ll also stop by the Rongbuk Monastery – the world’s highest altitude monastery before spending the night at the Everest Base Camp.

Travel Tip:

Due to the high altitude, it is possible that you may have some symptoms of altitude sickness. We recommend that you stay well hydrated, relax and enjoy the beautiful scenery to minimize your symptoms.

Meals: Breakfast   None  Accommodation: Overnight at Guest house or Tent


D8 Everest Base Camp – Shigatse

Enjoy a breathtaking sunrise at the Everest Base Camp before we journey back through the spectacular scenery to spend the night again in Shigatse.

Meals: None   Accommodation: Overnight at Shigatse 3-Star hotel


D9 Shigatse – Tashilunpo Monastery – Namtso Lake

We will get an early start today to visit the Tashilunpo Monastery, which was founded in 1447 by the 1st Dalai Lama. After visiting this ancient monastery, one of the most important sites in Tibetan Buddhism, we will take the 80-kilometer drive back to Lhasa along the northern Friendship Highway. This route will take us through Daktuka across the bridge over the Bramaputra River and along the valley in the north to Namtso Lake. During today’s journey we will pass through many typical Tibetan villages with their traditional houses and peaceful environments. We will also cross the Shuege-la Pass (elevation 5300 meters), arriving at beautiful Namtso Lake in the afternoon with time to hike around the Tahi Do peninsula.

Meals: Breakfast   None  Accommodation: Overnight at Namtso Lake Tent guest house


D10 Namtso Lake – Lhasa (250 kilometers, 5-hour drive time)

We will arise early to view the magnificent sunrise over this holy sky lake before we begin the drive back to Lhasa. On our return journey we will pass the famous Yampanchen Hot Spring. If you are interested, we can make an optional stop here although the cost for visiting the hot spring is not included in the cost of the usual tour itinerary. You will have some free time this evening in Lhasa for your last night in Tibet.

Meals: None

Accommodation: Overnight at Lhasa 3-Star hotel


D11 Transfer to Lhasa Airport – Departure from Lhasa

Your day will be free until we pick you up to take you on the 90-minute drive to the Lhasa airport for your departing flight.

Meals: Breakfast   None  Accommodation: None


Booking Instructions


1) Send your request through our website form or send us an email at majunlv22@163.com  or 563472922@qq.com . With each inquiry, please include the following information:

  1. Your desired destinations;
  2. Departure date
  3. Length of your trip
  4. Your name, email address and country of citizenship.

We will confirm your inquiry with a reply within 24 hours.

2) You can call us directly at our service center at +86-0971-6110666 (landline) or +86-15202581984 or +86-13007766500 (mobile)

3) You can come to our office in Chengdu in person to make reservation

We highly recommend you that you reserve your tour at least 30-50 days before the actual travel date. We will send you a letter of confirmation

via email once you have confirmed your booking with us, informing you of the your proposed flights, hotels and your trip details.

  1. Payment Methods

We can confirm your tour reservation with a payment of 30% of the total tour cost plus 100% of the cost of any flights or train tickets required for your tour. You can then pay the balance due for your tour to our local staff after your arrival in Lhasa.

  1. Luggage Allowances

The regulations of the General Administration of Civil Aviation of China states that, the free baggage allowance within China is 20kg (44 pounds) for economy class flights, 30kg (66 pounds) for business class flights, and 40kg (88 pounds) for first class flights, plus limited carry-on luggage. Excess baggage charges are the sole responsibility of the traveler. Regulations within China specify that all suitcases must have a locking device attached. Failure to follow this regulation may result in refusal by airport staff to load suitcases onto the aircraft.

  1. Itinerary changes and cancellations

We make every effort to operate tours as listed on our website, however, we reserve the right to modify the itinerary, or substitute the activities, hotels, meals or transportation as we deem necessary. We also have the right to cancel a trip at any time prior to its commencement for every reason, like unforeseen circumstances, or circumstances beyond our control. In this cases we will re-book you on different day, however if we are unable to rebook you, we will issue a full field claim.

  1. Meals

All of our tours include a daily breakfast. Lunch and dinner is not included as we prefer to give the freedom to our clients to try the local food by themselves. Meals are usually served at the hotel. Dinner may also be served at a local restaurant. Although we cannot guarantee special meal requests, we will do our best to provide you with specialized dietary needs for meals as well as your special needs for hotel rooms such as adjacent or connecting rooms, bed sizes, etc.















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