Tibet & Lhasa location
Yamdrok Yumtso Lake
Yamdrok Yumtso Lake
Yamdrok Yumtso Lake
2-Day Lhasa Tour To
Gyangtse And Shigatse
Availability: Year Round
1. Tour Itinerary
- Gyangtse - Shigatse (Lunch
Our tour guide will meet you at
your hotel at 9:30am and drive
to Gyangtse. Visit the Yamdrok
Yumtso Lake on the way, enjoy
the snow mountain scenery. Visit
the Gyangtse Old Street and Palkhor
Monastery. Then continue driving
Yumtso Lake: It is 4,400 meters
above sea level, 800 square kilometers
in size. "Yamdrok" means the upper
pasture, and "Yamtso" means green
jade. The lake is very beautiful
with cattles grazing and water
birds flying. Samdin temple, the
seat of the only woman living
Buddha, Duojibuomu, is at the
south end of the lake.
Monastery: Located in the
Nyangchu river valley, the monastery
is the main monastery in Gyantse.
founded in 1418 by the second
Prince of Gyantse, it is a kind
of typical Tibetan Buddhism architecture
combined stupa and temple. Palkhor
Monastery is well-known for its
Kumbum, which has 108 chapels
in its four floors.
- Lhasa (Breakfast
+ Lunch + Dinner)
Drive to Shigatse - the second
largest city in Tibet. Visit the
New Palace of Panchen and
the Tashilhunpo Monastery. Drive
back to Lhasa.
Monastery: Lying 2 kilometers
west of Shigatse city, it is one
of Tibet's most influential monasteries.
Tashilhunpo Monastery was established
in 1447, it once housed more than
4000 monks. The monastery is famed
for a 27-meter-high giant statue
of Maitreya Buddha and its Grand
Hall, which houses the opulent
tomb (containing 85kg of gold
and masses of jewels) of the fourth
2. Hotel Accommodation
For This Tour
3. Tour Price
4. Service Inclusion For The Above Tour:
Please send us
an email and provide the information
below so that we can quote
precisely for the above tour.
1. The number of adults and the
number of children in your party.
If there are children under 12 years,
they can enjoy the preferential
2. Your approximate travel date.
3. The code of the tour that you
are interested in. Each tour has
a code, you can find it above -
at the top of the page where the
4. Hotel choice for your tour (luxury
or standard or comfortable hotels).
5. If you would like us to tailor
make a new tour for you that is
different from the above tour, please
let us know your requests.
1. Hotel accommodation
The hotel is based on two persons
sharing one twin or double standard
room with private facilities.
Daily American or Chinese breakfast
at the hotel, Chinese lunch and
dinner in local Chinese restaurant
as specified in the itinerary above.
Private transport between airport
or railway station and hotel and
all the sights by air-conditioned
The economic class air tickets of
the domestic flight or soft berth/seat
train tickets between cities as
specified in the itinerary.
The main entrance tickets for the
All normal sightseeing tours in
each city with English-speaking
guide and admission fees where applicable.
Our guide will not fly with you
from one city to another. Upon your
arrival at each city, a new local
guide and driver will pick you up,
be with you for local tour and see
you off after you finish the itinerary
of each city. The cruise shore excursion
is in-group assigned by the cruise
company if your tour include Yangtze
China Life Tourist Accident/Casualty
Insurance. We highly recommend that
you purchase full coverage travel
insurance from you country of origin.
Travel Permit application fee
The Tibet Travel Permit application
fee if your tour covers Tibet.
5. Service Exclusion For The Above Tour:
1. Visa Fees
Charge of obtaining your visa to
of arrival and departure
The international or domestic air
/ train charge of arrival and departure.
Should a twin room is needed by
a single guest, supplement of the
twin room will be charged.
is single supplement?
The hotel is based
on double occupancy. If the visitor
travels alone or the number of the
travelers is odd (such as 3, 5,
7...), who stays in one single room
has to pay the single room supplement.
As the hotel is on double occupancy.
Expenses of a personal nature such
as laundry, drinks, fax, telephone
call, optional activities or sightseeing,
overweight baggage charges or meals
not indicated, ect.
Optional programs which are not
specified in the above itinerary.
to guides and drivers
Tips depending on the service of
your guide and driver, entirely