High Road To Tibet 15 Days Adventure Tibet Tour
High Road to Tibet tour is for those with a love for nature spirit of adventure and an Interest in Tibetology and Buddhism Tibet travel is an experience that is both rare and transforming. Explore the cultures of Nepal and Tibet, an Opportunity to have close contact with the remote civilizations and visit ancient monasteries.
Day 1 USA/DELHI:
Welcome aboard your flight to Delhi for our Tibet travel adventure.
Day 2 DELHI:
Arrival reception and transfer to Hotel Grand/Park Hotel.
Day 3 DELHI:
After breakfast we'll begin our tour which will take us to the Presidential Palace, Parliament House, India Gate, Qutab Minar Tower, Jantar Mantar, and the fashionable Connaught Circus. Red Fort, and Mahalaxmi Temple.
Day 4/5 DELHI/KATHMANDU:
Afternoon flight to Kathmandu, transfer to Hotel Del, Annapurna/ Yak N Yeti Hotel, overlooking panoramic views. We have two days to tour Kathmandu, Patan, Bhaktapur and Pashupatinath while we acclirnatize for our Lhasa trip.
Day 6 KATHMANDU/TOTAPANI/ ZHANGMU:
After breakfast, we leave for Totapani, the border town of Tibet. According to the road condition we may trek for about 3 hours on the other side of the border. Overnight at Zhangmu Hotel, our first stop on our Tibet tour.
Day 7 XEGAR:
After an adventurous journey we'll stop at Xegar.
Day 8 SHIGATSE:
We continue our Tibet tour to Shigatse, the traditional seat of Panchan Lama, the most important in the Tibetan tradition.
Day 9 GYANTSE:
Our journey ends at Gyantse, the site of the Palkhor and Choda Stupas. Overnight at the local hotel.
Day 10-12 LHASA:
We have 3 days in Lhasa to explore the famous Potala Palace, Sera & Drupyong Monasteries that this region is known for. We'll have ample time to meet the head Lama and observe the ritual-chanting monks. Also included are Sakya, Shalo, and Jokhang Norbulinga monastaries. Fly Lhasa to Kathmandu and connect to Delhi, drive to Agra. Overnight Hotel Taj View/Clarks Hotel.
Day 14 TAJ MAHAL:
After breakfast visit Taj Mahal, the most extravagant monument ever built for love. On the death of his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal, Moghul Emperor Shah Jehan built her this memorial over which 20,000 men labored for 22 years to create a masterpiece in white marble inlaid with semi-precious stones; the art is called pietra dura. Agra Fort where Shah Jehan spent the last years of his life, imprisoned by his son Aurangzeb. The most impressive part of the Fort are the Dewan-e-Am, Hall of Public Audience and the Dewan-e-Khas Hall of Private Audience where he received foreign dignitaries.
Day 15 DELHI/NYC:
Departure from Delhi for homeward bound.
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