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|Package Name||Duration||Price Starts From||Rating|
|5 Days Tour From Lhasa to Namtso Lake||5D 4N||₹ 45587||4.0 star||View Details|
|9 Days Tour from Lhasa to Nepal Border via Everest Basecamp||9D 8N||₹ 74845||4.0 star||View Details|
|7 Days Tour from Lhasa to Namtso Lake Via Gyangtse and Shigatse||7D 6N||₹ 51031||4.0 star||View Details|
|Trek to Samye Monastery||8D 7N||₹ 45928||4.0 star||View Details|
|Nomadic Trekking Tour in Lhasa in Tibet||9D 8N||₹ 108865||4.0 star||View Details|
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Lhasa, mostly renowned for being the world famous center for Tibetan Buddhism for so long, is a great place to enjoy a vacation. Replete with its charming boulevards and temples that resemble the traditional Tibetan life, Lhasa offers a great tourist experience. It is not wrong to say that Lhasa is a city of wonders replete with interesting history and culture.
Here are the best activities that you can enjoy in Lhasa:
Trekking in Lhasa is a perfect way to explore Tibet and a wonderful experience of a lifetime that you can’t get anywhere else on earth. By trekking in Tibet, you can enjoy the unique landscapes on the roof of the world and have a full insight of Tibetan culture. You can sense the subtle and harmonious relationship of people with nature once you step on the highland. The best trekking near Lhasa would be Tsurphu to Yangbachen Trek as it is just 60km far from Lhasa city.
This trek is a perfect choice for everyone who would like to have a short trekking near Lhasa to discover countryside and Tibetan village as well as it combines lovely lake Namtso. Starting from the seat of Karmapa the Tsurpu monastery the trek leads toward Yangbachen hot spring crossing magnificent Tibetan landscape and remote villages meeting with Nomads. It is a very romantic and panoramic trek near Lhasa perhaps best trekking experience.
Tsurphu to Yangpachen trek begins at Tsurphu Monastery walk crosses several alpine valleys like Leten valley, Bartso valley. This trek combines with alpine Valleys and mountain panoramas with visits to monasteries and a nunnery, cultural and wilderness.
Lhasa attracts tourists for its traditional and spiritual ambience leaving everyone spellbound. This mystical yet fast modernizing still resonates with Tibetan culture that was practiced in the most spectacular Tibetan Buddhist temples and shrines in Lhasa. Morever, the company of Lhasa’ spiritual and devout people makes the art and culture even more beautiful.
If you wish to explore the cultural side of Tibet, then the best places to go are:
One of the best features of Lhasa is that it is the best place to go for camping. And what can be a better than Everest Camp when you’re in Lhasa. Camping up close to the Mount Everest in Lhasa is overwhelming experience which tourists would love to experience in their lifetime. The spectacular view of the glorious Mt. Everest is such a sight to see and feels as if it was one of the greatest achievements of life.
Surrounded by colossal mountain ranges in southwestern China, the city of Lhasa ("Place of the Gods") is the religious and political capital of the Tibetan world. Not only it’s a dream destination for every Tibetan Buddhist but also for the casual vacationers looking for something unique.
Potala Palace: This castle-monastery was long the primary residence of the Dalai Lama, who now lives in exile in India. Today it is a state museum and World Heritage Site.