Lhasa Kathmandu Mountain Bike Tour |  $1,850.00

Lhasa Kathmandu Mountain Bike Tour

Ultimate Biking Tour from Tibet


Lhasa To Kathmandu Mountain Bike tours, Mountain Bike tours in Nepal, Mountain Bike tours in TibetMountain Bike tour from Lhasa to Kathmandu is an ultimate biking expedition across the roof of the world. The adventure biking trip from Tibet capital Lhasa city is the world's longest and deepest bike descent, from the Tibetan Plateau into Nepal. It is a high level ride, traversing the road between Lhasa and Kathmandu including 4-day round trip, off-road, to Rongbuk Valley beneath the stunning north face of Mount Everest.


This Lhasa-Kathmandu biking adventure holidays is combine form of flying in to Lhasa, allowing 4 days for essential acclimatization in the mystical Tibetan capital and have plenty of time to explore its numerous attractions.


The journey overland back to Kathmandu, crosses 6 major passes while visiting the spectacular monastery towns of Gyantse, Xigastse and Xegar reaching the edge of the Tibetan Plateau at the Thang La (5200m.), and begining the longest descent in the world, an almost unbelievable 4600 meters into Nepal. With two more days of biking on the amazing ridge-top trails of the Kathmandu Valley.

Lhasa-Kathmandu Mountain Biking Adventure Itinerary

 

Day 01 :  Arrive at  Lhasa
Arrive at Lhasa. Our staff will pick you up. transfer to Hotel. 

Included : H | Overnight at Hotel.


Day 02  Lhasa Fullday Sightseeing 
On this day we will enjoy a full day of sightseeing. We will visit Dshokhang Temple and the local market, but the highlight of the day will undoubtedly be the visit to Potala Palace, the former residence of the Dalai Lamas, which dominates the city. 

Included : H/B | Overnight at Hotel.


Day 03  Lhasa Fullday Sightseeing 
After breakfast we'll visit the monastery of Drepung. In the afternoon you willl be free either to explore the remaining attractions or prepare for the next day's biking.

Included : H/B | Overnight at Hotel.


Day 04 : Start the Bike Tour [85 KM Cycling]
Finally, your trans-Himalayan biking adventure begins. We leave Lhasa and cycle along the Tsangpo River to the foot of the Kamba Pass (3700 m). When you arrive you will find tents, latrines, shower tent and facilities ready. Overnight accommodation in tents 

Included : C/B/L/D 


Day 05 : Cycling to  Kamba Pass  [55 Km Cycling]
Your first mountain pass. A strong uphill climb reaches a summit lavishly adorned with prayer flags (4794m). After descending we continue alongside Lake Yamdruk, at the far side of which we set camp (4490m). Overnight accommodation in tents.

Included : C/B/L/D


Day 06 : Cycling to  Karo Pass [54 Km Cycling]
Leaving the beautiful lake behind, we cycle through a ravine and up to the foot of the Karo Pass (4750m), where our tented village will be prepared for the night. Overnight accommodation in tents.

Included : C/B/L/D


Day 07 : Cycling to  Gyantse  [79 KM Cycling]
A significant day on the tour, as we have to get up early to climb the high Karo Pass (5010m). By now you will be feeling in good physical condition. Around us we can see glaciers of 6000m and beautiful lakes. You are rewarded for your effort with a night in a top hotel in the city of Gyantse (3980m). Overnight accommodation at Hotel.
Included : C/B/L/D


Day 08 : Cycling to  Shigatse  [94 KM Cycling]
First we will take an hour to visit the Palkhor Monastery and the old part of Gyantse town. Although today involves a longer distance, the highway is paved and flat. In the afternoon we will arrive in Tibet's second largest city, Shigatse (3860m). Overnight accommodation at Hotel.

Included : H/B/L/D


Day 09 : Gyachung Monastery [75 KM Cycling]
We leave Shigatse and ride over two small passes and through several small Tibetan villages. We will cycle past the isolated Gyachung Monastery and camp. Overnight accommodation in tents at around 4100m. 

Included : H/B/L/D


Day 10 : Cycling to  Lhatse [95 KM]
The route lead us through picturesque valleys. Then the long ramp begins which leads over the  Yulong pass (4520m). After lunch we head towards Lhatse (3860m). Just before this town there is a hot springs. We will camp approx. 10 km  after Lhatse. Accommodation in tents.

Included : C/B/L/D


Day 11 : Cycling to  Shegar  [75 KM]
Today we have to contemplate the stunning canyon of the 5220m Lakpa Pass. On a clear day you will be rewarded for your effort with your first view of Mount Everest. After a 40 km ride through flat prairie towns you will arrive in the town of Pelbar, often refered to as Shegar. This town is a popular stopover for anyone heading to the Everest region. Overnight accommodation in a hotel. 

Included : H/B/L/D


Day 12 :  Pang Pass [67 KM]
It's now time to divert from the Lhasa-Kathmandu highway and head towards the world's highest peak. First you are faced with 20km of uphill switchbacks (42 hairpin bends in total!) before you reach the summit of the Pang Pass (5150m).  Enjoy lunch as you gaze over Makalu (8463m), Shishapangma (8012m), Cho Oyu (8210m), Lhotse (8516m), Everest (8850m) and several other breathtaking peaks. Then a 20-kilometer downhill follows to the Rongbuk Valley (4200m), where we camp. Overnight accommodation in tents.

Included : C/B/L/D


Day 13 : Cycling to   Rongbuk Monastery (appr.  35 KM)
Now you should be at peak fitness and very excited about the approach of Everest Base Camp. A bumpy road winds up through the Rongbuk valley until the majestic Mount Everest appears before you. We will camp beside the monastery with the unforgettable sight of the 8850m peak in front of your eyes.. We will stay here for two days. Overnight accommodation in tents (5150m).

Included : C/B/L/D


Day 14 : Cycling to  Everest Base Camp [about 10 KM]

A day to relax. However, you will definitely want to get as close as you can to Everest. You can walk, cycle or even take a donkey and cart ride to the base camp which is 8km from the campsite. Overnight accommodation in tents.

Included : C/B/L/D


Day 15 : Cycling to  Tingri [approx. 76 KM]
Leaving Rongbuk, we head back down the bumpy road then take a "short-cut" into the mountains. Another bumpy trail takes us over a canyon and down into Tingri (4340m). Overnight accommodation in tents.

Included : C/B/L/D


Day 16    Cycling to before Peokutso Lake - Camping (approx 95km)
After breakfast in Tingri we will then start our ride to the Peokutso Lake.

Peokutso Lake Paiku (or Peiku, Tibetan: Paiku-Tso or -Tsho) is a lake at 4,591 meters (15,062 ft) elevation on the Tibetan Plateau at south of the Yarlung Tsangpo (Brahmaputra) River. The lake is 27 kilometers (17 mi) long and 6 kilometers (3.7 mi) wide at its narrowest. It is surrounded by mountains reaching 5,700 to 6,000 meters (18,700 to 19,700 ft). Streams fed by glaciers cascade to the valley floor, but most sink into alluvial deposits before reaching the lake.

The surrounding catchment is an endorheic basin with no outlet. It would overflow into the Yarlung Tsangpo with a water level about 100 meters (330 ft) higher. The lake's brackish water is evidence that it has not overflowed in hundreds if not thousands of years.
Included : C/B/LD


Day 17: Cycling  to upper Kerong (Gyirong) [100 Km Downhill Cycling]
Gyirong Town (Chinese: and Kerung in Nepali)  is situated in the southern part of Gyirong County in the Tibet Autonomous Region of China. It is located 70 kilometres (43 mi) south of the county seat Zongga on the bank of Gyirong Zangbo river, a tributary of the Trishuli River. The town has an elevation about 2,700 metres (8,900 ft), with a subtropical mountain monsoon climate, meaning reasonable precipitation and warm weather. In 1961, Gyirong was established as a port of entry by the Chinese government.

Gyirong Town is an important town in the cross border trade between China and Nepal. Historically it was a major thoroughfare. In December 2014, the port of entry between China and Nepal was opened. This route between China and Nepal is considered to be more reliable than one through Zhangmu.

In Gyirong Town, there is a village of ethnic Nepali referred to as Daman people. They are descendants of Nepalese Gurkha army centuries ago. Previously stateless, they were granted Chinese citizenship in 2003.

Included : C/B/L/D


Day 18: Cycling to Kerong border (75 KM)
After the breakfast in Upper Kerong we will start cycling to Kerong border and will camp in the beautiful scenic camp site and stay overnight there.  Hence the camp site is located in an extraordinary sites you are encouraged to make the most of this day either cycling around or exploreing the beautiful vicinity.

We will cycle around 70km before arriving to this camp site today.

Included : C/B/L/D


Day 19: Morning cycling till Syburbesi DRIVE to Kathmandu  (140 KM)
After the breakfast at our beautiful campsite we will start cycling until the lunch time in Syburbesi where a pick up vehicle will be waiting for us to transfer back to Kathmandu
Included : H/B/L,/D
Overnight at Hotel Thamel Eco Resort (Kathmandu)


Day 20: Free day at Kathmandu.
Free day / Self exploration in Kathmandu, last minute shopping etc– Farewell dinner in the evening –

Include : B/D/Hotel ] – Hotel Thamel Eco Resort


Day 21: Departure from Kathmandu
We will drop you to TIA(kathmandu International Airport). Fly back to your home.

Lhasa-Kathmandu Mountain Biking Adventure Itinerary

Day 01:  Arrive Kathmandu. Transfer to Hotel(Thamel Eco Resort).

Day 02: Kathmandu Sightseeing 
A full day of guided sightseeing around the Kathmandu valley including visits to Durbar Square and the temples of Swayambhunath, Boudhanath, Guheshwari, and Pashupatinath.
In the evening we will all get together for a welcome dinner with an entertaining Nepalese culture show. All hosted by Makalu Adventure.

Included: H/B | Overnight at Hotel(Thamel Eco Resort)


Day 03   Drive to Nagarkot. Cycling to Kathmandu around 50 KM.

Included: H/B | Overnight at Hotel(Thamel Eco Resort)


Day 04   Drive to Mudkhu. Cycling to Buddhanilkanth. After Lunch, drive back to Kathmandu. [around 38 KM Cycling]

Included: H/B | Overnight at Hotel(Thamel Eco Resort)


Day 05   Fly from Kathmandu to  Lhasa
We take the 09:30 flight to Lhasa and soar across the highest mountains in the world. Arriving in the Tibetan capital (3,680m altitude) you will be given plenty of time to relax and adjust to the high altitude. In the afternoon you can unpack your bicycle and explore this legendary city.

Included: H/B | Overnight at Hotel.


Day 06  Lhasa Full-day Sightseeing 
On this day we will enjoy a full day of sightseeing. We will visit Jokhang Temple and the local market, but the highlight of the day will undoubtedly be the visit to Potala Palace, the former residence of the Dalai Lamas, which dominates the city. 

Included: H/B | Overnight at Hotel.


Day 07  Lhasa Full-day Sightseeing 
After breakfast, we'll visit the monastery of Drepung. In the afternoon you will be free either to explore the remaining attractions or prepare for the next day's biking.

Included: H/B | Overnight at Hotel.


Day 08: Start the Bike Tour [85 KM Cycling]
Finally, your trans-Himalayan biking adventure begins. We leave Lhasa and cycle along the Tsangpo River to the foot of the Kamba Pass (3700 m). When you arrive you will find tents, latrines, shower tent and facilities ready. Overnight accommodation in tents 

Included: C/B/L/D 


Day 09: Cycling to  Kamba Pass  [55 Km Cycling]
Your first mountain pass. A strong uphill climb reaches a summit lavishly adorned with prayer flags (4794m). After descending we continue alongside Lake Yamdruk, at the far side of which we set camp (4490m). Overnight accommodation in tents.

Included: C/B/L/D


Day 10: Cycling to  Karo Pass [54 Km Cycling]
Leaving the beautiful lake behind, we cycle through a ravine and up to the foot of the Karo Pass (4750m), where our tented village will be prepared for the night. Overnight accommodation in tents.

Included: C/B/L/D


Day 11: Cycling to  Gyantse  [79 KM Cycling]
A significant day on the tour, as we have to get up early to climb the high Karo Pass (5010m). By now you will be feeling in good physical condition. Around us we can see glaciers of 6000m and beautiful lakes. You are rewarded for your effort with a night in a top hotel in the city of Gyantse (3980m). Overnight accommodation at Hotel.
Included: H/B/L/D


Day 12: Cycling to  Shigatse  [94 KM Cycling]
First we will take an hour to visit the Palkhor Monastery and the old part of Gyantse town. Although today involves a longer distance, the highway is paved and flat. In the afternoon we will arrive in Tibet's second largest city, Shigatse (3860m). Overnight accommodation at Hotel.

Included: H/B/L/D


Day 13: Gyachung Monastery [75 KM Cycling]
We leave Shigatse and ride over two small passes and through several small Tibetan villages. We will cycle past the isolated Gyachung Monastery and camp. Overnight accommodation in tents at around 4100m. 

Included: C/B/L/D


Day 14: Cycling to  Lhatse [95 KM]
The route leads us through picturesque valleys. Then the long ramp begins which leads to the  Yulong pass (4520m). After lunch, we head towards Lhatse (3860m). Just before this town, there is a hot spring. We will camp approx. 10 km after Lhatse. Accommodation in tents.

Included: C/B/L/D


Day 15: Cycling to  Shegar  [75 KM]
Today we have to contemplate the stunning canyon of the 5220m Lakpa Pass. On a clear day, you will be rewarded for your effort with your first view of Mount Everest. After a 40 km ride through flat prairie towns you will arrive in the town of Pelbar, often referred to as Shegar. This town is a popular stopover for anyone heading to the Everest region. Overnight accommodation in a hotel. 

Included: H/B/L/D


Day 16:  Pang Pass [67 KM]
It's now time to divert from the Lhasa-Kathmandu highway and head towards the world's highest peak. First, you are faced with 20km of uphill switchbacks (42 hairpin bends in total!) before you reach the summit of the Pang Pass (5150m).  Enjoy lunch as you gaze over Makalu (8463m), Shishapangma (8012m), Cho Oyu (8210m), Lhotse (8516m), Everest (8850m) and several other breathtaking peaks. Then a 20-kilometer downhill follows to the Rongbuk Valley (4200m), where we camp. Overnight accommodation in tents.

Included: C/B/L/D


Day 17: Cycling to   Rongbuk Monastery (appr.  35 KM)
Now you should be at peak fitness and very excited about the approach of Everest Base Camp. A bumpy road winds up through the Rongbuk valley until the majestic Mount Everest appears before you. We will camp beside the monastery with the unforgettable sight of the 8850m peak in front of your eyes. We will stay here for two days. Overnight accommodation in tents (5150m).

Included: C/B/L/D


Day 18: Cycling to  Everest Base Camp [about 10 KM]

A day to relax. However, you will definitely want to get as close as you can to Everest. You can walk, cycle or even take a donkey and cart ride to the base camp which is 8km from the campsite. Overnight accommodation in tents.

Included : C/B/L/D


Day 19 : Cycling to  Tingri [approx. 76 KM]
Leaving Rongbuk, we head back down the bumpy road then take a "short-cut" into the mountains. Another bumpy trail takes us over a canyon and down into Tingri (4340m). Overnight accommodation in tents.

Included: C/B/L/D


Day 20    Cycling to before Peokutso Lake - Camping (approx 95km)
After breakfast in Tingri, we will then start our ride to the Peokutso Lake.

Peokutso Lake Paiku (or Peiku, Tibetan: Paiku-Tso or -Tsho) is a lake at 4,591 meters (15,062 ft) elevation on the Tibetan Plateau at south of the Yarlung Tsangpo (Brahmaputra) River. The lake is 27 kilometers (17 mi) long and 6 kilometers (3.7 mi) wide at its narrowest. It is surrounded by mountains reaching 5,700 to 6,000 meters (18,700 to 19,700 ft). Streams fed by glaciers cascade to the valley floor, but most sink into alluvial deposits before reaching the lake.

The surrounding catchment is an endorheic basin with no outlet. It would overflow into the Yarlung Tsangpo with a water level about 100 meters (330 ft) higher. The lake's brackish water is evidence that it has not overflowed in hundreds if not thousands of years.
Included: C/B/L/D


Day 21: Cycling  to upper Kerong (Gyirong) [100 Km Downhill Cycling]
Gyirong Town (Chinese: and Kerung in Nepali)  is situated in the southern part of Gyirong County in the Tibet Autonomous Region of China. It is located 70 kilometers (43 mi) south of the county seat Zongga on the bank of Gyirong Zangbo river, a tributary of the Trishuli River. The town has an elevation of 2,700 meters (8,900 ft), with a subtropical mountain monsoon climate, meaning reasonable precipitation and warm weather. In 1961, Gyirong was established as a port of entry by the Chinese government.

Gyirong Town is an important town in the cross-border trade between China and Nepal. Historically it was a major thoroughfare. In December 2014, the port of entry between China and Nepal was opened. This route between China and Nepal is considered to be more reliable than one through Zhangmu.

In Gyirong Town, there is a village of ethnic Nepali referred to as Daman people. They are descendants of Nepalese Gurkha army centuries ago. Previously stateless, they were granted Chinese citizenship in 2003.

Included: C/B/L/D


Day 22: Cycling to Kerong border (75 KM)
After the breakfast in Upper Kerong, we will start cycling to Kerong border and will camp in the beautiful scenic campsite and stay overnight there.  Hence the campsite is located in an extraordinary site you are encouraged to make the most of this day either cycling around or exploring the beautiful vicinity.

We will cycle around 70km before arriving at this campsite today.

Included: C/B/L/D


Day 23: Morning cycling till Syburbesi DRIVE to Kathmandu  (140 KM)
After the breakfast at our beautiful campsite, we will start cycling until the lunchtime in Syburbesi where a pickup vehicle will be waiting for us to transfer back to Kathmandu
Included : [H, B, L, D ]
Overnight at Hotel Thamel Eco Resort (Kathmandu)


Day 24: Free day at Kathmandu.
Free day / Self-exploration in Kathmandu, last minute shopping etc– Farewell dinner in the evening – [B/ D / Hotel ] – Hotel Thamel Eco Resort


Day 25: Departure from Kathmandu
We will drop you at TIA(Kathmandu International Airport). Fly back to your home.

The Highest the Longest

What makes the Trans-Himalayan highway so special? Again, it\'s the highest road in the world, averaging an altitude of 4,500 metres above sea level as it traverses the Tibetan plateau. Secondly, the route boasts the world\'s longest continuous descent, which of course means that you\'ll face the world\'s longest uphill if you are heading in the opposite direction. Best of all to mountain bikers is the sense of isolation and awe-inspiring scenery. They must also face an onslaught of zigzagging mountain passes and endure a constant battle against breathlessness.

Conditions

Expect to cover 70 to 100 km per day. Be sure you have clothes for all conditions: remember that you are above the clouds and it can be very sunny and bright. It can also snow, rain, hail and become very, very cold at the drop of a hat. In fact, it\'s all character-building stuff and after one week you\'ll be more resilient to the harsh conditions.

What's the biking like?

Children carry baskets of yak dung home. The dung will be used as insulation on the walls of their house and, come winter, will be burnt as fuel. Yaks are everything out here: yak skin tents and canoes; yak milk, butter, curd and cheese; yak steak; yak wool sweaters; even yak urine as a medicinal remedy for exposed cuts.

After eight or nine days and 600 km of pedaling, you should find yourself around the town of Pelbar and the entrance to the Everest National Park. It\'s here that you will probably leave Highway 318 for a few days and head south to Everest Base Camp. By now you are carrying at least 50 per cent of the following ailments: knee ligament damage, saddle rash, backache, a very sore backside, cramps in your feet, a runny nose, diarrhea, constipation, flatulence, headaches, nausea, dry eyes, a dusty cough, insomnia, lethargy, sunburn, frostbite, altitude sickness - not to mention any injuries you might have incurred from falling off your bike!

Fear not! For all these maladies combined cannot stop you now. Behold the Pang La, the mountain pass which rises before you! You grit your teeth, you meditate, you turn \'Eye of the Tiger\' up to 10 on your Walkman; you do whatever you have to do to get into the groove, to get that Lance Armstrong vibe and hunker down for the next four or five hours to tackle this monster.

The Mount Everest

Conquering the Pang La is God\'s fee for allowing you to witness one of the planet\'s most stupefying vistas. After no less than 42 switchbacks and a rise of 900m in altitude, with your weary thighs bursting at the seams, you finally reach the cairn at the top of the pass, adorned in colourful Buddhist prayer flags. Suddenly the curtain is pulled back to reveal the row of Himalayan peaks you have been chasing. The Mount Everest!

You are now feeling physically and mentally ragged. Those last four or five hairpin bends were accomplished on willpower alone. You might well find an emotional tear freezing on your weather-beaten cheek as you finally dismount and gaze in awe at the white bowling pins before you almost close enough to touch: Makalu (8463m); Lhotse (8516m); Jachonggangri (7985m); Cho Oyu (8210m); Shisapangma (8012m); and the one that Tibetans have for centuries been calling Chomolungma (\"Mother Goddess of the World\"), at 8850 meters above sea level - Mount Everest.

Book with confidence

Over 1258 bikers from 61 different countries have ogranized Lhasa to Kathmandu bike tour with us since 1998. Success rate is above 96%.

Tours are usually set for the Spring / Autumn (April to October).

These months ensure the best period for adventure biking. We welcome you to join one of our groups. Please don't despair even the below Fixed Departure dates are not suitable for you. We can customize the program accordingly, or check the availability of other groups to make it possible for you.

Note : 

All our fixed departure dates are set as Lhasa arrival directly, however, if you are interested to join in Kathmandu then please arrange arriving in Kathmandu 4 days prior to our trip starting dates in Lhasa. For those wanting to join this trip in Kathmandu we will take care of all arrangements including Chinese (Tibet) visa, Tibet travel permit, Kathmandu – Lhasa flights etc but when joining in Lhasa directly, you will need to obtain the Chinese visa from your own home country and send us a copy of the Chinese visa (scanned and attached in email) which will then enable us to obtain the Tibet travel permit (s) for you.

Should you require more details or wish simply to discuss further regarding any aspects of this trip planning and arrangements or wish to inquire about the Chinese / Tibet visa regulations, and then please email us at: info@makalu-adventure.com, makaluadventures@gmail.com

 

  2018 2019 2020 Price  
FIXED DEPARTURES FOR APRIL

TRIP I

Apr 10 - May 4, 2018 Apr 10 - May 4, 2019 Apr 10 - May 4, 2020

$ 2050

Kathmandu Joining

Apr 14 - May 4, 2018 Apr 14 - May 4 2019 Apr 14 - May 4, 2020 $ 1850 Lhasa Joining
FIXED DEPARTURES FOR MAY
TRIP 2 May 1 - May 25 2018 May 1 - May  25 2019 May 1 - May  25  2020 $ 2050 Kathmandu Joining
May 5 - May  25  2018 May 5 - May   25 2019 May 5 - May   25   2020 $1850 Lhasa Joining
TRIP 3 May 18 - Jun 11 2018 May 18 - June 11 2019 May 18 - June  11  2020 $ 2050 Kathmandu Joining
May 22 - Jun 11 2018 May 22 - Jun 11 2019 May 22 - Jun 11 2020 $1850 Lhasa Joining
FIXED DEPARTURES FOR JUNE
TRIP 4 June 8 - July 2 2018 June 8 - July 2 2019 June 8 - July 2 2020 $ 2050 Kathmandu Joining
June 12 - July 2 2018 June 8 - July 2 2019 June 8 - July 2 2020 $ 1850 Lhasa Joining
TRIP 5 June 19 - July 12 2018 June 19 - July 12  2019 June 19 - July 12 2020 $ 2050 Kathmandu Joining
June 23 - July 12  2018 June 19 - July 12  2019 June 19 - July 12 2020 $ 1850 Lhasa Joining
FIXED DEPARTURES FOR JULY
TRIP 6 July 7 - July 27 2018 July 7 - July 27 2019 July 7 - July 27 2020 $ 1850 Lhasa Joining
July 3 - July 27 2018 July 3 - July 27 2019 July 3 - July 27 2020 $ 2050 Kathmandu Joining
FIXED DEPARTURES FOR AUGUST
TRIP 7 July 21 - Aug 10 2018 July 21 - Aug 10 2019 July 21 - Aug 10 2020 $ 1850 Lhasa Joining
July 17 - Aug 10 2018 July 17 - Aug 10 2019 July 17 - Aug 10 2020 $ 2050 Kathmandu Joining
TRIP 8 Aug 4 - Aug 24 2018 Aug 4 - Aug 24 2019 Aug 4 - Aug 24 2020 $ 1850 Lhasa Joining
July 31 - Aug 24 2018 July 31 - Aug 24 2019 July 31 - Aug 24 2020 $ 2050 Kathmandu Joining
FIXED DEPARTURES FOR SEPTEMBER
TRIP 9 Aug 18 - Sep 7 2018 Aug 18 - Sep  7 2018 Aug 18 - Sep  7 2018 $ 1850 Lhasa Joining
Aug 14 - Sep 7 2018 Aug 14 - Sep  7 2019 Aug 14 - Sep  7 2020 $ 2050 Kathmandu Joining
TRIP 10 Sep 8 - Sep 28 2018 Sep 8 - Sep 28 2019 Sep 8 - Sep 28  2020 $ 1850 Lhasa Joining
Sep 4 - Sep 28 2018 Sep 8 - Sep 28 2019 Sep 8 - Sep 28 2020 $ 2050 Kathmandu Joining
FIXED DEPARTURES FOR OCTOBER
TRIP 11 Sep 15 - Oct 8 2018 Sep 15 - Oct  8 2019 Sep 15 - Oct  8 2020 $ 1850 Lhasa Joining
Sep 11 - Oct  8 2018 Sep 11 - Oct  8 2019 Sep 11 - Oct  8 2020 $ 2050 Kathmandu Joining
TRIP 12 Oct 6 - Oct  28 2018 Oct 6 - Oct   28 2019 Oct 6 - Oct   28 2020 $ 1850 Lhasa Joining
Oct 2 - Oct 28 2018 Oct 2 - Oct  28 2019 Oct 2 - Oct  28 2020 $ 2050 Kathmandu Joining

USD 1850.00 Per Person (Group Joining Lhasa Directly - 21 Days)

USD 2050.00  per Person (Group Joining Kathmandu to Lhasa - 25 Days)

 

Note : If you want to join directly from Kathmandu, please email us at info@makalu-adventure.com or makaluadventures@gmail.com for Cost and more details

 

Included Services:

  • All ground transfers as per our given itinerary.
  • Guided sightseeing in Lhasa as per our itinerary (including all entrance fees).
  • Hotels in Tibet three star hotel (including breakfast and all taxes) as per our mentioned Itinerary.
  • All Camping Equipment (such as Two-Man Tent, Dining Tent, Kitchen Tent, Shower tent, Toilet Tent, Tables, Chairs, Mattresses, etc.
  • Tibet travel permit and all monastery entrance fees wherever applicable.
  • Support Truck to carry your luggage and a Land Cruiser for assistance. Available at all times (while in Tibet).
  • Three times hot fresh meals breakfast, lunch and dinner per day while camping, prepared by our very professional kitchen crew.
  • Daily wages and insurance for staff and guides.
  • Hotels in Kathmandu, bed, and Breakfast, on a twin sharing basis.
  • One Full day guided city tour including all entrance fees within Four Heritage Sites(Monkey Temple, Kathmandu Durbar Square, Pashupatinath and Boudhanath)
  • Border transfer Service. 

 

Excluded Services:

  • Airport Tax.
  • International Airfare.
  • Expenses of a personal nature;
  • Lunch/dinner in the Hotel; Bar bills;
  • Laundry bills; Telephone bills; Tips, mineral water, cold drinks and any kinds of bottle drinks etc.
  • Personal Medical & Travel insurance.
  • Rescue & Evacuation - (If necessary)
  • Nepal VISA Fee.
  • Excess baggage charges.
  • Tips for Guide, Driver and Camping Staffs.

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