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15 Days Tibet Nepal Bhutan Himalaya Exploration Tour

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15 Days Tibet Nepal Bhutan Himalaya Exploration Tour

Our 15 Days Tibet Nepal Bhutan In-depth Tour takes you to explore the Himalaya culture, religion and nature.

Highlights:
Lhasa, Gyantse, Shigatse, Mt.Everest, Gyirong, Kathmandu, Nagarkot, Bhutan
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DAY 1   Arrival in Lhasa
Welcome to Lhasa, the capital city of Tibet! Upon your arrival at the Lhasa Gonggar Airport or the Lhasa train station, your local tour guide will greet you to escort you to your private vehicle to transport you to your downtown Lhasa hotel. You will have the rest of the day free to rest and relax in your hotel and become acclimatized to the higher elevations of Tibet.

Meals: None

Accommodation: Overnight in Lhasa

DAY 2   Lhasa Sightseeing Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Barkhor Street
This morning after a nice breakfast at your hotel, we will begin our exploration of this amazing city with a visit to the incredibly beautiful icon of Lhasa – the Potala Palace. Construction on the Potala Palace began in 1645 A.D. as an ideal location for a governmental building situated between the Drepung and Sera Monasteries and the old city of Lhasa, but it was built over an earlier fortress built by Songtsen Gampo in 637 A.D. Two chapels in the northwest corner of the complex still preserve parts of the orginal fortress. This spectacular complex, containing 13 stories of buildings with more than 1,000 rooms, 10,000 shrines and approximately 200,000 statues, was built into the side and top of Marpo Ri (Red Hill) and it remains as one of humanity’s most beautiful structures after nearly 400 years. We will have the opportunity to enter the palace complex and explore many of the stately chapels as we learn about its fascinating history.
From the towering Potala Palace we will move on the historic Jokhang Temple, which is widely considered as the most sacred temple in Tibetan Buddhism. The oldest parts of the Jokhang Temple date to 652 A.D. with the last renovation done in 1610 A.D. to create the structure as it stands today. This ancient temple contains a massive number of ancient religious artifacts, the most important of which is the Jowo Rinpoche, the most sacred statue in Tibet. This life-sized (5 foot, 1.5 meter) statue of Shakyamuni at the age of 12 was reportedly blessed by the Buddha himself and was brought to the Jokhang Temple by Princess Wencheng around 1,400 years ago.
After visiting the sacred Jokhang Temple, we will explore the area surrounding the temple on Barkhor Square and Barkhor Street. Barkhor Street travels around the Jokhang Temple in a circle for about 1 kilometer and it is a popular route for Tibetan pilgrims as a “kora” or religious circuit. The square and street have many shops and stalls selling a wide variety of traditional Tibetan goods, religious items, handicrafts and souvenirs.
After visiting Barkhor, we will return to our hotel for the night.

Meals: None

Accommodation: Overnight in Lhasa

DAY 3   Lhasa Tour - Drepung and Sera Monastery
Today after breakfast we will continue our in-depth exploration of this wonderful city with a visit to the beautiful Norbulingka Palace and Park, the location of the former summer palace of the Dalai Lamas from the 1780s up until 1959. It features the famous Potrang, the private palaces of former Dalai Lamas built in the grandiose style of traditional Tibetan architecture.
After visiting the palaces and park at Norbulingka, we will travel around 5 kilometers to the western outskirts of Lhasa to visit the Drepung Monastery. The word "drepung" in Tibetan language means "prosperity". Since its establishment in 1416, Drepung Monastery has served as one of the most important Buddhist monasteries in Tibet. During its prime, more than 10,000 monks lived and studied in the monastery. Throughout its history, many important and famous Tibetan leaders studied at this monastery, including the Dalai Lamas. Accordingly, Drepung Monastery is also respectfully known as the “Mother School of Dalai Lamas”.
In the afternoon, we will escort you on to another famous monastery in Lhasa - the Sera Monastery. Sera Monastery is famous for its spectacular “Buddhist Debates”. As a daily routine, the monks gather in a courtyard, and debate on the various Buddhist doctrines with exaggerated gestures, which is thought to be helpful in facilitating a better comprehension of the Buddhist philosophy to attain higher levels of study. After enjoying the "Buddhist Debates", we will take you back to your hotel with the rest of the day and evening to relax or explore on your own.

Meals: None

Accommodation: Overnight in Lhasa

DAY 4   Lhasa – Yamdrok Lake - Karuola Glacier - Gyantse
This morning after breakfast we will set off for Gyantse, a drive of about 260 kilometers (162 miles). Along the way we will stop by one of the four holy lakes of Tibet – Yamdrok Lake. At an elevation of 4,400 meters above sea level, Yamdrok Lake is a massive freshwater lake covering around 638 square kilometers (246 square miles). Lying amidst snow-capped mountains and fertile pastures dotted with grazing yaks and sheep, Yamdrok Lake is famed for its stunning panoramic views.
After plenty of time taking in the magnificent scenery of Yamdrok Lake, we will drive on through more spectacular scenery, passing by the beautiful Karola Glacier (elevation 5046 meters) that lies very near the highway.
After reaching Gyantse, we will visit the Palcho (Pelkhor) Monastery, an ancient complex of structures that traces its history back to the 9th century A.D. The most notable feature of Palcho Monastery is its Bodhi Dagoba, also known as a “kumbum”, which is a multistoried aggregate of chapels in Tibetan Buddhism. The kumbum at Palcho Monastery stands 32 meters (105 feet) high as a nine-tiered building with 108 gates and 76 chapels and shrines. The first five floors of the kumbum are square with the upper floors in a circular shape, giving it a pyramidial appearance. We will also have the opportunity to climb up to the ancient Gyantse Dzong (Fort) that overlooks the city and dates back to 1286 A.D.
After visiting the ancient fort, we will check into our local accommodations for the night.

Meals: None

Accommodation: Overnight in Gyantse

DAY 5   Gyantse – Shigatse
This morning after breakfast, we will take a short 10-minute drive outside of the city to visit Pala Manor, a well-preserved complex that purportedly shows the differences in living conditions between the wealthy aristocratic Tibetans and the poor serfs that worked for them. From there we will drive on another couple of hours to reach Shigatse, the home of the Tashilunpo Monastery, which is the official seat of the Panchen Lama, the second highest ranked figure in Tibetan Buddhism. This ancient monastery was founded in 1447 A.D. by Gedun Drub, who was posthumously named as the First Dalai Lama. The monastery also holds a massive statue of the Future Buddha that stands 26.2 meters tall and 11.5 meters wide and is embedded with diamonds, pearls, amber and corals along with 355 kilograms of gold.
After visiting the Tashilunpo Monastery, we will check into our local accommodations for the night.

Meals: None

Accommodation: Overnight in Shigatse

DAY 6   Shigatse – Mount Everest
After breakfast this morning we will embark on a long but incredibly scenic 7-hour drive from Shigatse to see Mount Everest. Along the way, if the weather is clear, we will be able to see some of the Himalayan mountain range’s most famous peaks, each of which rise more than 8,000 meters above sea level, including Makalu, Lhotse, Gyachung and Cho Oyu. Upon reaching the Ronkbuk Monastery, the world’s highest altitude monastery, we will be able to see the majestic peak of Mount Everest. The rest of the day will be free for you to visit the Ronkbuk Monastery and explore the surrounding area with its incredible views.
Notes on Accommodations:
Visitors to Mount Everest during the off-season (November to April) will stay overnight at the Rongbuk Guesthouse near the Rongbuk Monastery. During the peak season (May to October), guests will stay the Tibetan Tent Camp, located about 4 kilometers from the Rongbuk Monastery. Please be aware that accommodations at both places are very basic with only dormitory beds and communal squat toilets. Duvets, heated blankets and hot water are provided but we recommend that you bring your own sleeping bag and toilet paper for this part of the trip. There is no running water so there are no sinks or showers. Meals will be in the dining hall where only basic breakfast and dinner are provided with no menu.

Meals: None

Accommodation: Overnight at local Guest House

DAY 7   Mount Everest – Gyirong Town
This morning, wake up early to see the incredible sunrise as it shines upon the peak of the world. If we have stayed overnight at the Rongbuk Guesthouse, we’ll drive to the Tibetan Tent Camp (elevation 4900 meters) to enjoy a closer view of Mount Everest. Of course the peak of Mount Everest is covered by snow year-round, so when the sun shines on the peak it looks like a giant white pyramid. This is one of the most famous views of Mount Everest in photographs, and if the day is clear enough you will be able to witness it with your own eyes. On bright days you may also see a wisp of a cloud hanging just above the tip of Mount Everest, which flies eastward in the fast-moving westerly wind, creating an effect just like a flapping flag. This unique effect is known as the “Cloud Flag” and it is spectacular as it changes from surging waves into a thin wisp of smoke, or from something resembling galloping stallions into the mysterious veil of a goddess.
After plenty of time taking in the incredible scenery of Mount Everest, we will drive on through some more incredible Himalayan scenery to reach Gyirong Town. Along the way, if the weather permits, we will be able to see Shishapangma Peak and the stunningly beautiful Pekutso Lake before we check into our local accommodations for the night.

Meals: None

Accommodation: Overnight in Gyirong Town

DAY 8   Gyirong – Kathmandu
This morning we will be leaving Tibet and China to travel into the neighboring country of Nepal and Kathmandu by walking through customs and crossing the border. From the customs checkpoint we will drive on through some wonderful mountain scenery for about 160 kilometers, taking around 6 hours to get there due to the narrow and bumpy roads. Please be aware that during the rainy season this road will be muddy and can sometimes be closed due to landslides.
Upon your arrival in Kathmandu, we will take you to your local hotel and help you get checked in for the night. You will have the rest of the day to relax in your hotel room, or you can begin to explore the local area on your own.

Meals: None

Accommodation: Overnight in Kathmandu

DAY 9   Kathmandu – Nagarkot
After a nice breakfast at your hotel, we will do some exploring around the legendary city of Kathmandu. We will start off at the historic social and religious center of the city at Kathamandu Durbar Square, one of three royal palace squares in the Kathmandu Valley, all of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. At Kathmandu Durbar Square, the inner complex is the site of the Old Royal Palaces which housed the kings of the Shah and Malla Dynasty, who ruled over Kathmandu until the 19th century. The outer complex consists of many pagoda-style temples that have intricately carved wooden facades, some of which date back to the 1500s.
From the ancient Kathmandu Durbar Square we will move on about 2 kilometers west of Kathmandu to Swayambhunath Temple, one of Nepal’s oldest religious sites with its origins believed to be from the early 5th century A.D. Revered by both Buddhists and Hindus, Swayambhunath is also sometimes known as the “Monkey Temple” due to the hordes of monkeys that inhabit the complex. If the weather is clear we will be able to see a fantastic panoramic view of the Himalayan mountain range in the distance, as well as a wonderful over Kathmandu and Kathmandu Valley. From Swayambhunath we will travel on to Boudhanath with its massive Buddhist stupa, the largest such stupa in Nepal and one of the largest and most important stupas in the world. The all-seeing red, white and blue eyes of Buddha are painted on all four sides of the stupa, similar to Swayambhunath, and surrounded by hundreds of fluttering prayer flags, prayer wheels and smaller images of the Buddha.
After our visit to Boudhanath, we will drive around 34 kilometers (21 miles) to the incredibly beautiful village of Nagarkot, which has one of the broadest views of the Himalayas in the Kathmandu Valley, with 8 of the 13 Himalayan mountain ranges visible from the village, including Mount Everest. The sunset over the Himalayas as seen from Nagarkot is breathtaking. After watching the spectacular sunset, we will check into our local accommodations for the night.

Meals: None

Accommodation: Overnight in Nagarkot

DAY 10   Nagarkot – Bhaktapur – Kathmandu
This morning, if you like, you can take an optional early morning sightseeing flight to get an up close look at Mount Everest and many other high mountain peaks, lakes and glaciers in the Himalayas.
We will plan to get up very early today to watch the stunning sunrise over Mount Everest before returning to the hotel for breakfast. After breakfast, we will depart from Nagarkot and travel on to Bhaktapur, an ancient city located about 13 kilometers (8 miles) east of Kathmandu. Bhaktapur, also known as Khwopa, was the capital of Nepal during the Malla Dynasty until the late 1400s and the largest of the three Newa kingdoms in the Kathmandu Valley. Bhaktapur has the most well-preserved palace courtyards and old city center in Nepal, with its rich culture, magnificent temples, wood, metal and stone artwork qualifying the city for inclusion as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
From Bhaktapur, we will drive to Patan, which was once its own independent kingdom and is now famous for its Patan Durbar Square. This former royal square is known for its many ancient temples and palaces that feature exquisitely carved artwork inside and out.
From Patan, we will return to Kathmandu for more sightseeing in the capital city at Pashupatinath Temple, the oldest Hindu temple in Nepal dating back to as early as the 4th century B.C. This massive temple complex is devoted to the worship of Lord Shiva, with numerous temples and shrines built in the various styles and traditions of the Hindu religion.
After exploring Pashuptinath, we will check into our hotel for the night.

Meals: None

Accommodation: Overnight in Kathmandu

DAY 11   Depart Kathmandu – Paro – Drive to Thimphu
We will get an early start this morning as we take you to the Kathmandu airportfor your flight to Paro airport, the only international airport in Bhutan. This flight is unusually scenic with views of some of the world’s highest mountain peaks including Mount Everest along the way.
Upon arrival at the Paro airport, your local tour guide will escort you to your private vehicle where your driver will transport you to downtown Paro to begin your exploration of Bhutan. First up is a visit to the Bhutan National Museum to learn about this small country’s rich culture and history. The museum itself is housed in an ancient watchtower located on a hill above Rinpung Dzong, an ancient fortress and monastery also known as Paro Dzong, which we will also have the opportunity to visit today. From Rinpung Dzong we can walk across the cantilever bridge to Paro Town to explore the small town.
After our sightseeing in Paro, we will drive around 90 minutes to reach the capital city of Bhutan, Thimphu and check into our local accommodations for the night.

Meals: None

Accommodation: Overnight in Thimphu

DAY 12   Thimphu – Punakha
This morning after breakfast we will visit the National Memorial Chorten, a stupa dedicated to the 3rd king of Bhutan, Jigme Dorji Wangchuck. With its bells and golden spires, the stupa serves as an important religious center for Bhutan’s local population. From the National Memorial we will move on to the Traditional Painting School where students learn how to create the 13 traditional Bhutanese arts and crafts such as painting, woodcarving, embroidery, sculpture, etc. After visiting the school, we will see the National Textile Museum where we can learn about Bhutan’s “national living art” – textile weaving. The museum contains many examples of Bhutan’s traditional costumes and historic textiles.
Next we will explore the Motithang Takin Preserve, a wildlife preserve area for the takin, the national animal of Bhutan. This unique animal looks like a muskox but it is more closely related to sheep.
After our visit to the Motithang Takin Preserve, we will depart from Thimphu, driving through a forest of hemlock and pine trees to drive on to Punakha. Along the way we will travel through the Dochu La Pass (elevation 3050 meters / 10142 feet) where you can enjoy spectacular panoramic views of the majestic Himalayas.
Upon our arrival in Punakha, we will check into our local accommodations for the night.

Meals: None

Accommodation: Overnight in Punakha

DAY 13   Punakha – Paro
This morning we will visit the Punakha Dzong, the second oldest and second largest dzong in Bhutan. Constructed in 1637 – 1638, the dzong houses the sacred relics of the souther Drukpa lineage of the Kagyu school of Tibetan Buddhism, including the Rangjung Kasarpani and the sacred remains of Ngawang Namgyal and the terton Pema Lingpa.
From the Punakha Dzong we will move on to the mysterious Chimi Lhakhang, a Buddhist monastery built on a hilltop in 1499 A.D. It is said that childless women can visit this temple to receive a blessing that will allow them to have a child. <brAfter our visit to Chimi Lhaktang, we will take the scenic 3.5-hour drive back to Paro where we will check into our local accommodations for the night.

Meals: None

Accommodation: Overnight in Paro

DAY 14   Paro – Takshang
This morning we will embark on the short drive to the upper valley of Paro, where we can get a fantastic view of Mt. Chomolhari, a Himalayan peak that straddles the border between Tibet and Bhutan. From there we will move on to the Taktsang trail for a 2 to 3-hour hike to the spectacular Taktsang Monastery. Also known as Paro Taktsang, the monastery was precariously built into a cliffside about 900 meters (2,953 feet) above the Paro Valley floor in 1692. It is also sometimes referred to as the Tiger’s Nest due to a legend that Guru Rinpoche flew to the site on the back of a flying tigress in the late 7th century. Along the way to the monastery we will stop at a small tea house for tea and snack food, with the view of the Taktsang Monastery and the Paro Valley providing an incredible backdrop as we rest.
After visiting the Taktsang Monastery, we will return to Paro to spend the night.

Meals: None

Accommodation: Overnight in Takshang

DAY 15   Departure from Paro
This morning after breakfast, your local guide and driver will transport you from your hotel to the airport for the flight on to your next destination.

Meals: None

Accommodation: None

Price Includes.

    Private professional English-speaking tour guide.
    Private vehicle and Luggage Transfers.
    All necessary Tibet travel permits.
    All accommodations, based on double-occupancy. Medium standard accommodation with attached bathroom on twin sharing basis. Guesthouse or tent in remote areas.
    Meals, as noted in the itinerary.
    Admission fees and activity expenses, as noted in the itinerary.
    Service Charge (the planning, handling, operational and communication charges) & government taxes.
    Tourists Accident/Casualty Insurance
    A container of Oxygen for emergency usage while traveling to Mt. Everest base camp

Price Excludes.

    China visa, all air tickets and train tickets to and from Tibet.
    Sightseeing not listed in the itinerary.
    Meals not listed in the itinerary (all lunches and dinners).
    Personal expenses such as laundry, drink, fax, telephone call, optional tour activities, etc.
    Gratuities, tips to guides, drivers, bellboys, etc.
    Excess Baggage Charges.
    Single room supplement.

Our Service
We will send you our quotation after we confirm the itinerary with you. The quotation will include experienced English-speaking (or your preferred languages) tour guides, entrance fee to the tourist attractions, accommodation, city transfers with private car and driver, domestic flights or trains, and insurance. The quotation varies in different tourist seasons.
Cancellation Policy

Once the deposit is paid, your trip is confirmed. If you need to change or cancel your itinerary, please contact your travel consultant by email, phone, instant messenger, etc. There will be a charge for Cancellation or modification. The policy is as follows:

1. Notice of trip cancellation due to personal reasons before the trip starts
Cancellation 30 days or more before the trip starts, 10% penalty of the deposit.
Cancellation 29-15 days before the trip starts, 20% penalty of the deposit.
Cancellation 14-7 days before the trip starts, 30% penalty of the deposit.
Cancellation 6-2 days before the trip starts, 50% penalty of the deposit.
Cancellation within 48 hours prior to the trip starts, no refund of your deposit.

2. Trip cancellation due to irresistible factors before the trip starts

If you have to cancel the itinerary due to irresistible reasons such as traffic, weather, politics, etc., the deposit will be fully refunded by the company (for loss related to air ticket/train ticket, please take reference of the first item).

Early Birds Discount

Our incredible discounts will help you save more on your next trip. Not only will you enjoy early bird discount. What’s more, if more than 16 people(including 16pax) sign up at the same time, there is no charge for one person. These two promotions can be used in combination to help you save much more on your next adventure.

Our primary concern is always customer satisfaction. Despite our discounts are quite incredible, our service remains at its usual high standard.

We are pleased to offer these three kinds of promotions after receiving your reservation deposit:
Enjoy 10% discount - sign up above 180 days before departure date;
Enjoy 5% discount - sign up 90~180 days before departure date.

Reviews
 EBC & Namtso-Canada-0003

Dear Amy,

THANK YOU very, very, much for all your help and assistance for our Tibet tour. Without you I may not have managed without more tears. The tour was an amazing adventure to say the least and a trip neither Grace nor I will ever forget. Lobsang was the BEST. thank you for him too. He went out of his way to make sure we were all happy. A hard group to please! He is such a beautiful person. I hope you meet him one day. I seem to dream of Tibet every night. THANK YOU Amy also for the contacts places to go in Chengdu. A beautiful experience. Despite the typhoon in Hong Kong we did eventually get home safely. Lots of love to you : ) : )

Kind Regards, Berni & Grace

 

 

 EBC-Germany-0014

Und zu guter Letzt, besuchten wir den Everest Base Camp (Tibet Seite) am 1. Mai 2016.

Es war ein unvergessliches Erlebnis und wundervolle Erfahrung, vor allem Everest für das erste Mal in Sunrise.

EBC ist über mehr als 3000 Meter hoch. Wir sind nicht Kletterer noch Bergsteiger, mit Alter über 40 Jahren und von der Tropic Land.

Mit allen die perfekte Kombination, die Höhenlage Krankheit ist wirklich ein großes Problem für uns ... also da 6 Monat vor der Reise, die wir machen einige auszuführen als Zubereitungen wie Schwimmen, treatmill, Joggen und Yoga.
Und es funktioniert!!

Wir teilen konnten einige Tipps :
- wir kamen Anfang Mai und es war ca. -3 Grad Celsius am Morgen und 14 in der Nacht am EBC ...

- Aufenthalt im Zelt am EBC, denn es ist im Besitz der Tibetan Haben.
Die Tibetan Leute sind schön, warm, vertrauten und kindhearted. Von dort haben Sie Tiefe Erfahrung der lokalen.

- machen Sie sich keine Sorgen, wenn Sie nicht über die richtige Schlafsack, weil das Zelt anbieten, da viele Decke weil man braucht.

- sie bieten auch die Yak Decke, und es ist sehr warm.

- wenn wahrscheinliche, bringen Sie nur Dinge, die Sie EBC auf dem kleinen Tasche. Da Sie nur eine Nacht dort.

- Essen auf Magenschmerzen richtig zu vermeiden.

- wenn man nicht essen kann lokalen Essen, bringen Sie einige High Energy Snack und heiße Schokolade.

- die Aussicht auf dem Weg zu EBC wirklich spektakulär. Bereiten Sie sich also die Batterie Ihrer Kamera. Bringen Sie extra, wenn hierherkommen. auch Ihre Ausdauer und bereiten Sie sich darauf vor (machen Sie sich nicht einschlafen).

Für uns ... wir glauben nun, dass sehen Everest ist wahrscheinliche, selbst wenn Sie nicht ein Kletterer oder Mountaineer ...

Zu dieser Zeit, denn wir stehen in front of the North Face mit Gigantischen Everest danken wir dem Herrn Jesus und schließlich konnten wir sagen "Everest ... wir sehen Sie!"

Also, wenn man kann sehen, dass es ... Gehen Sie!

 EBC-Dubai-0001

Hello Amy & Tour team,  

Thank you, we have reached home now safety after a wonderful tour of Tibet. I would like to say a few points about the GOOD service that were given to us! Firstly special thank you to Amy for being organized about the tour, telling us first hand about the tour objectives, organized itinerary! We were organized both mentally and physically as all of our doubts regarding this tour were cleared before we left from home to the tour and the information that was provided met exactly what was there on ground. Real happy about that.  Amy followed up day by day on our health conditions, provided us tips and tricks on how to maintain the best of health on such altitudes and it worked, I would say that were taken through the trip by such an ease due to this, KUDOS to Amy!  Talking to Amy all these days, now she has become a good friend on WhatsApp! :) Even though I have not had an opportunity to meet her in Chengdu yet. I would say that special mention to Lobsong as well, he was an AMAZING tour guide, I have travelled to 6 countries this year, I have not seen anyone as good as he is till now. Thank you for everything!!!

 

 Lhasa-Germany-0017

Dies ist das wichtigste in Lhasa, wenn nicht ein verschwendetem Reise gemacht haben, oder auch beim nächsten Mal wieder zu sehen. Nehmen Sie es langsam, da gibt es viele Treppen und Dinge zu sehen sind.


Tipps: Wenn Sie in Lhasa sind, gehen Sie zum Potala Palast an ihrem letzten Tag in Lhasa. Erstens, es gibt viele Treppen steigen, also wenn Sie noch zum Eingewöhnen haben, werden Sie wahrscheinlich leiden im Aufstieg. Zweitens, wenn Sie die Hauptattraktion erst einmal sehen, die anderen Kloster/Palace werden können dem Vergleich nicht standhalten. Drittens kommen Sie wieder in den Abend nach Sonnenuntergang zu nehmen Sie den nächtlichen Blick auf dieses Hotel.

Ticket ist eine Postkarte, die man nach Hause schicken. angebracht ist ein 80Cent Briefmarke, nur ganz oben auf der Rest zurück nach Hause zu schicken.

Potala Palast wurde im 7. Jahrhundert erbaut und war der heutige Größe im 17. Jahrhundert erweitert. Es liegt ca. 114m m hoch, mit 13 Etagen des Wohnbereichs, Tempel, Beerdigung stupas und monk Schlafräume. Wie von Anfang 2014, es gibt ca. 70 seltsame monk dort lebenden, er es mehr als eine Touristenattraktion als einen funktionellen Palace/Kloster. Mein Reiseführer ist sehr nett. Wir haben eine schöne Zeit verbracht. Das ist der Grund, warum wir in Lhasa.

 EBC&Namtso&Nyingchi-Spanish-0006

Hello Alex,  

I am sorry that it took me so long to give you a feedback, I was pretty busy the recent days weeks and hope you can understand that.  
Let's come to the feedback.
Tour guide: The tour guide (Ms. Qimei) was excellent! Her English speaking ability was very good. Additionally, she was welcoming, friendly and could score with profound knowledge about culture, history and environment.
Driver: The driver was all the time friendly and drove according to the rules. we all felt very safe during the trip.
Hotels: The hotels were also well chosen. The breakfast matched the western standard.
Vehicle: The vehicle was overall very comfortable.  
Additional comment: Overall, I was very happy with the tour. The only thing, I would have wished for is to have had a detailed itinerary beforehand. Sometimes I was not sure, how exactly the next day was planned.  
Best regards, Nweth Sureshkumar 
 EBC- Canada-0010
Hello Nancy,
I really enjoy the my Tibet tour. First when I started looking for a travel agency in Tibet it was hard because I did not know which one to choose. I started emailing you and asking my thousand questions and you were very nice and answer to all my questions patiently.  
I would definitely recommend your company. The guy at the hotel in Lhasa was very nice with us. He helped me a lot when my bank block my debit card and l was not able the withdraw money. He went with me to find a place where I can do international phone call to my bank in Canada. Our guide Djajie was a very good guide, vary helpful, he said to us a lot of information but because English is not my first language, so I did not remember all the information he told us about Tibet.
The driver was very nice, always happy and singing . Too bad he was not speaking English so we were not able to communicate with him without the guide.I would appreciate sometime they eat with us at same table. they always eat at a separate table. Tibetans were nice with us, they looked at us because we were tourists but they were always smiling to us and saying HeIIo. They wanted to take pictures with us, especially with the Australian light brown long hair.
All hotel are well located in the city. For picture, I will send you more than you asked because I like to take pictures. I am the only one in the tour who have a picture of the group.  Thanks!
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