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Trip Overview:

Samye Monastrey:  As we arrives Lhasa, we stay there for three days. Our three-day stay in Lhasa encompasses the most fantastic trek. After driving to Ganden through two high passes, we trek to Samye Valley through Sung La at an altitude of 5250m and Chitu La at an elevation of 5100m.

From Ganden, the next day we trek to Yama Do and further our trek leads to Tsotup Chu Valley, Herder's Camp, Wango and Samye. Finally, we drive to Tsedang and explore Yarlung Valley. During the trek, we explore different hi-fi attractions of Tibet; like, The Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, The Gelugpa Monastery and other outlying attractive places ever experienced. It is a trek highly rich with remoteness from the Ganden to Samye.

Highlights of the Trekking:

Panoramic inspections of Mt. Shisapangma, gripping city of Lhasa, Tibetan scenes, explore large numbers of monasteries in Samey and Lhasa, ever-smiling Tibetan people.

Note: Whatever the conditions the itinerary stated follow, it is for the visitors who prefer full package programme. At the same time, we also serve you based on your choice. The selection of itineraries and the staffs depends on your choice and financial procurement. We have options for any partial visit as per your requirement regarding your interest and financial condition.

Details itinerary: Day 1: Step in the very historic city, at Lhasa. Day 2: Sightseeing in Lhasa. Day 3: 2nd Sightseeing in Lhasa. Day 4:  Free day (acclimatization) in Lhasa. Day 5:  Drive to Ganden. Day 6: Ganden  to Yama Do Trek. Day 7: Trek to Tsotup Chu Valley. Day 8: Following the trekking trail we reach to Herder's Camp. Day 9: Trek extends  towards Wango. Day 10: Trek from Wango to Samye, &  Drive to Tsedang. Day 11: Explore around Yarlung Valley. Day 12: Drive to Gongkar airport and Departure to Kathmandu.

Cost Include(s) Private transportation by tourist coach. All necessary Tibet travel permits. English speaking Tibetan guide. Accommodation on twin sharing room basis. Except at guest house. Sightseeing and monastery entrance fees as per our itinerary. Daily breakfast. All government taxes and service charge. Visa fee. Air ticket (kathamndu-Lhsa-Kathmandu Or Vice Versa) Cost Exclude(s) Lunch and dinner. Nepal re-entry visa fee. Insurance of any kind. Natural and political disturbance which in beyond of our control. Personal expenses such as a drink, tips etc.

FAQS: Foods on mountain Departure dates and itinerary arrangements can be custom-tailored to your needs, so please contact us with your inquiries regarding your tour departure date. Price: In order for us to quote you the price, we need number of person, group, category of hotel accommodation, mode of transportation (by air or by car/jeep or by bus etc) & and any alternation on the itinerary. So, please contact us with above detail to know your price.  Departure Dates: Departure dates and the itinerary arrangements can be customized as your requirement, so please contact us for your queries regarding your departure date.

Packing list and equipments:

  • Clothing:
  1. Big backpack
  2. Smaller backpack for your personal stuff (If you are using a porter and for short sight seeing)
  3. Two pair of wool long socks
  4. Three pairs of light trekking socks
  5. Fast drying underwear
  6. One pair of shorts
  7. One pair of light trekking pants
  8. One pair of warm winter pants
  9. Two technical long/short sleeve shirts (dry fit, fast drying)
  10. One fleece sweater for trekking
  11. Winter jacket/Dawn jacket
  12. Rain coat
  13. Comfortable “walked in” trekking boots
  14. Flip flops (you gonna need them to rest your feet after trekking and for the bathrooms)
  15. One fleece sweater for cold mountain evenings
  16. Thermal underwear, top and bottom
  17. Cap
  18. Winter hat
  19. Scarf, Buff or skiing mask
  20. Gloves
  21. Sunglasses
  22. Fast drying towel
  • Toiletries – Besides the basic necessary tools you are taking with you everywhere (shampoo, tooth paste and brush, shower gel, cream), you should also bring:
  1. Wet wipes
  2. Sun cream
  3. Toilet paper
  4. Antibacterial hand gel (Detol)
  5. Nail clipper
  6. Lip balm
  7. Tropical anti mosquito spray
  • Medical kit:
  1. Pain killers
  2. Something for diarrhea
  3. Pills against cold
  4. Nose spray
  5. Altitude pills
  6. Plasters
  7. Anything about blisters (needle, compeed)
  8. Sore throat drops
  9. Cream for muscle pain
  10. Pills and other medicaments you usually use
  • Other necessary thing you must have:
  1. Water purifying tabs (above 3000m the bottle water is way too expensive)
  2. Water bottle – 1+L
  3. Head lamp (for early morning trekking and the power cuts)
  4. Strings for hanging clothes
  5. Lighter and candles
  6. Swiss knife (with all the additions)
  7. Pens or Pencils (for you and for give a way to local kids)
  8. Note book (You want to make notes of your adventure)
  9. Camera
  10. Snacks (Protein bars or biscuits for the time between meals on the trek)
  11. Batteries, power bag
  12. Phone (Emergency, internet, alarm, clock, music, photos …)
  13. Book (optional)
  14. Hooks (optional)
  15. Map
  16. Guide book