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Duration: 1 Day

Location: Lhasa

Difficulty Level: Easy

Total Fair: $98 Per Person

A. Walking Tour around the Barkhor Kora

It is just a walking around the Jokhang which is the most famous pilgrimage circuits, probably the best way of introducing the old city of Tibet to modern tourists. Once you arrive in Holy City Lhasa, there are three main Koras, namely the Bhakor Kora, gong around the main temple in Lhasa. Potala Kora, walking around Potala Palace and Lingkor Kora, which is wider round walking in which include both Potala Palace and the main temple of Lhasa, For the Buddhism’s point of view going around (Kora) the holy place is the most important, especially during the special festivals such as Saga Dawa: the day of Buddha’s birth and the day of his attending nirvana is extremely necessary to go around. For your, kind information Kora should proceed in clockwise according to Buddhism’s viewpoint. 

B. Walking Tour around the Potala Palace

The walking tour around Potala Palace is another popular Kora encircles the holy Potala Palace passing through almost continuous circuit of prayer wheel. The route leads past teahouse, stupas, stone carver, rock paintings and often busker, it is really worth to visit these places, also the Lukhang: the park behind Potala Palace is so peaceful and beautiful

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Duration: 1 Day

Location: Lhasa

Difficulty Level: Easy

Total Fair: $98 Per Person

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C. The walking Tour in Lingkhor
   (Wider Round)

Lingkhor Kora, this is the devotional route that traditionally encompassed the entirety old Holy City Lhasa. Nowadays the Lingkhor includes a great deals of scenery that is decidedly secular and modern nature. The whole Kora has estimate 8km long and most of people are more prefer to go in the morning, if you interest, you can stop at Chacko Ri (Chacko Mountain) where you can see rock paintings.

Duration: 1 Day

Location: Lhasa

Difficulty Level: Easy

Total Fair: $98 Per Person

D. Hiking to PabongKha and Chubsang Nunnery

The Pabongkha monastery is one of the most ancient Buddhist sites in the Lhasa region, Built on a flat-topped granite boulder, Pabongkha may even predate the Jokhang and Ramoch temple. It was built in the 7th century by King Songtsen Gampo. The one day Kora around Pabongkha, Tashi Choling hermitage and Chubsang Nunnery make a nice addition to see the whole city of Lhasa. For those who are not able to walk all around there is also an easy road which takes a half-hour walk from Pabongkha to Tashi Choling hermitage. If you choose that option then you can’t see many of hermitage sites but you can enjoy a good view of Lhasa and other places too. The Pilgrims can drink holy spring water from the upper chapel before making the Kora of the hermitage.

Duration: 1 Day

Location: Lhasa

Difficulty Level: Easy

Total Fair: $98 Per Person

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 Service included and Excluded in the group tours

The following 15 services are included:

 1Payment for Tibet travel permit and all other necessaries    permits to Tibet

 2All entrance ticket fees for all tourist sites listed in the  itinerary

 3: Meals as specified in the itinerary.

 4Local tour Transfers, 5-29 seats comfortable tourist vehicle  to accommodate Group Size.

 5Professional English-speaking Tibetan local tour guide

 6Comfortable hotel accommodations

 7: About your hotel accommodation: you will need to share  

 a room with another member but if you prefer to be by  yourself, you will need to pay a single room supplement.

 8Breakfast in hotels

 9Arrangements including planning, handling, operational  and communication charges.

 10Welcome Group dinner at a local restaurant in Lhasa.

 11: Transportation between Lhasa Gongkar airport or train  station and your hotel.

 12Welcome dinner is only possible in Group tours after    your arrival in Tibet.

 13:Tibet Handy Map.

 14Drinking water at the tour bus during travel.

 15: Shared oxygen tank inside the tour bus.

The following 6 points are excluded:

 1International flight in and out of China

 2Domestic flight/train in and out of Lhasa. (We can provide you the  domestic flight/train ticket booking service at the BEST discount price, please contact our travel experts for further details)

 3: Lunches and dinners are not included, please pay on site by yourself. Usually it costs about $3-15 per person for one meal in TAR (Tibet Autonomous Region).

 4Personal expenses, like laundry, phone call, snacks, soft drinks (please avoid alcoholic beverages during your Tibetan trip), optional tour activities, etc

 5Tip to tour guide and driver

 6Travel insurance covers trips cancellation cost in emergency evacuations, due to bad weather condition, avalanche, or natural disasters

 

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