Burma Bhutan Nepal Tibet tour, if you are looking for a life-changing trip this is one of the best-experienced tours by many travellers. you have flexible option for starting and ending places. you can start In Bangkok or Yangon or Beijing or Lhasa or Kathmandu. to end best is Yangon or Lhasa. many people like this tour as a private trip. it covers many destinations so there are not any big groups in this kind of trip. In a few weeks we are trying to show you as much as possible.
Tibet visa we arrange in Kathmandu if you enter Tibet from Nepal. Nepal visa is available on arrival (also check this link). Bhutan visa we arrange in advance. Myanmar visa please apply in advance in this link. We use three to five stars hotels, depend on your request and budget. every country we use local people to provide in-depth knowledge.
you can book Burma Bhutan Nepal Tibet tour for any dates and season.
A typical day—- we are met by Tibetan Guide and we are transferred to our hotel in the city. Today, we just take easy to cope with the effects of the altitude. This is free afternoon for complete rest / to acclimatize to altitude. Overnight in Lhasa Lhasa: Located at the foot of Mount Gephel, Lhasa is the capital of the Tibet Autonomous Region of the People’s Republic of China, and is a city that has captivated the fascination of the west for centuries. Lhasa is basically famous for it is the traditional seat of the Dalai Lama and is a place that is revered by every Tibetan. In the 7th century, a powerful and visionary king called Songtsen Gampo conquered many tribes, united Tibet and moved the capital from Yarlung to Lhasa. Apart from the amazing monasteries that surrounds the city as well as the bustling tourist friendly Barkhor Street, it is the Potala palace that captivates the mind, the eye and the soul. The Potala palace is perched on the top of the Red Hill and dominates the skyline. It was built by Songtsen Gampo in the 7th century. Later on, the palace became the residence of the Dalai Lamas. It still holds items like murals, Holy Scriptures and sutras that are invaluable to Buddhism. The city has about 2, 55,000 inhabitants and stands at an altitude of approximately 3,650 m. Some of the aesthetically as well as historically important sites in Lhasa are the Jokhang Temple, Sera Monastery, Drepung Monastery and Norbulingka Palaces.