4 Days 3 Nights
Tibet is one of the five autonomous region of China. It is the largest region with the smallest population. Tibet is a land of high mountains and huge lakes, all of which have some religious or holy significance in Tibetan religion and culture. Further more, it has developed a distinct culture due to its geographic and climate conditions. Likewise, art, literature and music all contain elements of prevailing Buddhists belief. Buddhism itself has adopted a unique form in Tibet, influenced by the Bon tradition and other local beliefs. Flour milled from roasted barley, called tsampa, is the staple food of Tibet. They eat it mostly by mixing with the national beverage Butter tea. Meat dishes are likely to be yak, goat or mutton, often dried or cooked into a spicy stew with potatoes.
First of all, arrive at Lhasa. Then have dinner and stay overnight.
Breakfast. First day of sight seeing tour in Lhasa. Potala Palace ( the residence of Dalai Lamas . Jokhang Temple and Barkhor Bazaar. Lunch + Dinner. Stay overnight at hotel.
First of all, Breakfast. Then after,second day of sight seeing tour in Lhasa. Drepung Monastery, about 8 km west of central Lhasa. Sera Monastery is about 5 km north of central Lhasa. Lunch + Dinner. Overnight at Hotel.
Breakfast. Drive from Lhasa to Airport. Fly back to Kathmandu.