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Visit Lhasa - Capital of Tibet

Visit Lhasa - Capital of Tibet
7 day trip in Tibet to leave you inspired!

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Design your own tour with our help to meet your unique interests, just send us an email  request with your requirements, the tailor-made itinerary and quota will be sent to you ASAP.



Welcome to Tibet Tsolha Garbo Travel Company (P) Ltd. Website. We offer a wide range of travel products in Tibet, China  from four days packages to individually selected trekking routes. 
With our over 20 years of experience in traveling in Tibet we can guarantee your satisfaction!
Please view our Travel programs and book your tour with us for safe, enjoyable and unforgettable Tibet tour experience.


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Tibet Permits

Passport and China visa
There are overall four documents required for foreign tourists who want to travel freely in Tibet;
-  one is the Chinese Visa, which you can apply for in Chinese Embassy in your country (If you go to Tibet via mainland China);
-  One is Tibet Tourism Bureau Permit (TTB), which you have to obtain in order to enter Tibet;
-  one is the Alien Travel Permit (PSB) when you are planning to travel to the 'unopened' areas in Tibet;
-  the other is the Military Permit, which you have to obtain if you are planning to travel to some military sensitive areas.

China Visa
1.  Entering Tibet via Mainland China
Tibet is part of China, under the Chinese Central Government's Sovereignty. Thus to travel to Tibet, you have to obtain a China Visa at first stage before all are followed up. Visas for individual travel in China are very easy to get from most Chinese embassies. Most Chinese embassies and consulates will issue a standard 30-day, single entry tourist visa in three to five working days (an 'L' means travel). If you are lucky, some embassies abroad may give you a 60 or even 90 days. But in Hongkong it is very easy to get a 90 day visa, most agencies can arrange it in one day. If you want more flexibility to enter and leave China several times, most Chinese embassies will issue a double-entry visa. Usually only ' L' visa can travel in Tibet, but recent with a resident or business visa still can travel in Tibet.

Tips from when you apply for a China visa to Tibet:
It's better not to mention Tibet as your travel destination when you are applying for a visa to China (China Embassy in Kathmendu is the exceptional). Because you may be refused by stating that you will go to Tibet. Otherwise, you need to get a Tibet Permit beforehand and apply for a China visa with it then. It is very difficult to apply for a Tibet Permit when you are abroad, or you need to join some groups.

2. Entering Tibet via Nepal
If you want to enter Tibet from Nepal, you have to get your GROUP VISA in the Chinese embassy of Kathmandu, whether you have already Chinese visa or not. Group Visa is a A4 size sheet of paper, with all members of the tour and their passport number, date of birth and profession listed. The dates of entry and exit are precisely mentioned. Usually, the visa is valid for the length of the trip you have booked but it's possible to get visa for few additional days, for stay in Lhasa only. There will be two original copies of Group Visa, one for each immigration at the entry and exit. As the processing can be done by local travel agencies in Kathmandu.

Tips from our us:
If you enter Tibet via Nepal, it's better not to apply for any individual China visa in your country. Because when you arrive at KTM, you need to join a group to Tibet with a group visa, the Chinese embassy will cancel your former individual china visa.

It is very difficult to get a individual china visa back or the group visa extension if you still want to travel in other places in China after Tibet, usually the PSB in China will ask you to leave China before the group visa expires.


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1) By signing up for you agree to pay fixed amount 99 upfront booking fee online using PayPal/VISA/MasterCard which will be held as a part of your payment for your chosen tour package. 

2) Booking fee is necessary for us to know that you are a real customer and we can start to proceed further with your Tibet Permit and other documentation and it is NON-REFUNDABLE.

3) The rest amount of your chosen tour package you will have to pay in Cash upon arrival in Tibet.

4) Tour price does not includes your flight ticket costs till Lhasa and Chinese visa costs.

5) Minimum 15 days advance booking is required 

6) Your booking and the fixed price for your travel deal is valid for the next 180 days

7) We strictly advice you to purchase travel insurance in your country. and it's partners will not respond to any claims for damages done during this trip to you or your language.

8) By checking out you agree to these terms and conditions.

9) Please send your planed trip details and copy of your Passport and Chinese visa (if have) to immediately after you complete your booking.


Lhasa (officially Lhasa Chengguan District) is a city and administrative capital of the Tibet Autonomous Region of the People's Republic of China.[1] It forms a district, which is part of the wider Lhasa prefecture-level city area, formerly known as Lhasa Prefecture. It is the second most populous city on the Tibetan Plateau after Xining and, at an altitude of 3,490 metres (11,450 ft), Lhasa is one of the highest cities in the world. The city contains many culturally significant Tibetan Buddhist sites such as the Potala Palace, Jokhangtemple and Norbulingka palaces.

Seven Days Tour:
Lhasa/Yamdrok Lake/Shigatse/E.B.C./Zangmu/Nepal

Day 1: Arriving at Lhasa. We will pick you up at your arrival point either the airport or the train station and then take you to your accommodation, where you may take a rest to adjust to the altitude and relax;

Lhasa / Yamdrok Lake/ Shigatse / E.B.C. / Zangmu / Nepal

Day 2: In the morning, start your explorations by visiting Sera monastery: Sera Monastery, founded in 1419, is one of the 'great three' university monasteries of Tibet, to witness the Monk Debates on the teachings of Buddha and the philosophy of Buddhism. Then visit Norbulingka,  literally: "The Jewelled Park", a palace and surrounding park, which served as the traditional summer residence of the successive Dalai Lamas. In the afternoon, you can visit Drepung Monastery. This monastery, located at the foot of Mount Gephel, is another of the "great three" Gelukpa university monasteries of Tibet. It was the residence of the Dalai Lamas, until the Great Fifth Dalai Lama constructed the Potala Palace. After returning in the early evening, you can stay for a rest in Lhasa city;

Day 3: You can visit Jokhang Temple, Barkhor Market Streetand the Potola Palace, and then In the evening stay in Lhasa city to relax. The Jokhang temple was constructed by King Songtsän Gampo probably in 642. The famous Buddhist Master Atisha taught here in the 11th century and it has been considered the most important temple in Lhasa ever since, remaining a key centre of Buddhist pilgrimage for centuries. The Barkhor is an area of narrow streets and a public square located around Jokhang Temple, and was the most popular devotional circuit for pilgrims and locals. Now the area is famous for its multitude of market stalls, selling everything from devotional goods to silk cloth to trinkets and jewelry. There are also many restaurants selling both native and international cuisine. Later you will see the Potala Palace, which has 13 stories of buildings, containing over 1,000 rooms, 10,000 shrines and about 200,000 statues. The site was used as a meditation retreat by King Songtsen Gampo, who in 637 built the first palace there in order to greet his bride Princess Wen Cheng of the Tang Dynasty of China. The Dalai Lama and his government moved into the White Palace in 1649 and was used as a winter palace by the Dalai Lama from that time on;

Day 4: Travel from Lhasa to Gyantse monastery and stupa by crossing the Kamba la (4794m.) and the Karol la pass (5010m.) after which you will see the spectacular Yamdrok tso, also known as the Turquiose Lake, and then to Shigatse. Shigatse contains the huge Tashilhunpo Monastery, founded in 1447 by Gendun Drup, the First Dalai Lama. It is the traditional seat of the Panchen Lamas. In the 2nd week of the 5th lunar month (around June/July), Tashilhunpo Monastery is the scene of a 3-day festival and a huge thangka is displayed. Stay overnight in Shigatse;

Day 5: Morning, after breakfast, start driving from Shigatse along the road then the passes approaching Everest camp. Stop at Old Tingri town for lunch and a short rest. The road is a bit rough, on the way you will cross over Gyatsola Pass at 5,220m., which is the highest enroute pass. Afternoon travel to Everest Camp, taking about 2 hours. Spend the night at Everest Camp tent guesthouse (dorm beds in the tent).  Note: The entrance fee of Mt. Everest Base Camp is 180rmb/per person. Then Entry fee of the Landcruiser to E.B.C. is 400rmb. You will have a chance to see the sunset here over the majestic Himalayan peaks.

Day 6: In the morning, you will see the sunrise from Everest Base Camp, then return to Rongbuk Monastery and start driving back to Tingri,  and Tingri to Zhangmu, Stay overnight in Zhangmu.

Day 7: This is the customs town and port of entry located in Nyalam County on the Nepal - Tibet border, just uphill and across the Bhote Kosi River from the Nepalese town of Kodari. At 2300 meters above sea level, Zhangmu has mild and humid subtropical climate, which is a rarity for Tibet. Travel from Zhangmu to the China-Nepal Friendship Bridge, where you enter Nepal.

Tibet Tour Programs:
TTP -01: Lhasa / Zhangmu overland for 08 days in Tibet
Day 01: Welcome at Gongkar airport and transfer to Lhasa (60 km), overnight at hotel 
(3*) /BB.
Day 02 -03: Lhasa visits Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Drepung monastery, Sera 
monastery and Bakhor market.
Day 04: Drive from Lhasa to Gyantse (390km) via Khampa La, overnight at Gyantse 
Castle hotel (**) or same.
Day 05: Gyantse to Shigatse (90km), overnight at hotel (3*)/BB.
Day 06: Shigatse to Tingri, guest house /BB.
Day 07: Drive to Zhangmu and overnight hotel (3*) /BB.
Day 08: Down to the Friendship Bridge and Exit for KTM.
Tour Cost:
02 -03 PAX 1440 US$ Per/person.
04 -05 PAX 1000 US$ Per /person.
06 -09 PAX 880 US$ Per /person.
11 -15 PAX 800 US$ Per /person.
Single Supplement: 200 US$.
The cost includes all transportation with an English guide, hotel with breakfast, all 
entrance fee and permits.
Exclude: Lunch, dinner and personal soft drinks.
TTP -02: Lhasa / Himalaya crossing 13 days in Tibet
Day 01: Welcome at Gongkar airport and transfer to Lhasa (60 km), overnight at hotel 
(3*) /BB.
Day 02 -03: Lhasa visits Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Drepung monastery, Sera 
monastery and Bakhor market.
Day 04: Lhasa to Tsethang (150 km), overnight at hotel (3*) /BB.
Day 05: Tsethang to Samye (50km), visit of Samye monastery + climb Heburi holy 
mountain. Samye guest house.
Day 06: Samye to Gyantse (390km) via Khampa La, overnight at Gyantse Castle 
Hotel (2*) /BB.
Day 07: Gyantse to Shigatse (90km), overnight at hotel (3*) /BB.
Day 08: Shigatse to Sakya (150km) and then to Shegar, hotel (3*) /BB.
Day 09: Shegar to Rongbuk, Everest Base Camp and back to Tingri, guest house.
Day 10: Drive from Tingri to Zhangmu, hotel in Zhangmu (3*) /BB.
Day 11: Down to the Friendship Bridge and Exit for KTM.
Tour Cost:
02 -03 PAX 2200 US$ Per /person.
04 -05 PAX 1540 US$ Per /person.
06 -09 PAX 1320 US$ Per /person.
11 -15 PAX 1210 US$ Per /person.
Single Supplement: 280 US$.
The cost includes all transportation with an English guide, hotel with breakfast, all 
entrance fee and permits.
Exclude: Lunch, dinner and personal soft drinks.Contact us for more details!