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Nepal Tibet Tour Package

  • 10 Day
  • Difficulty : Easy
  • Destination : Nepal Tibet Tour
  • Max Altitude : 5220m
  • Activity: Multi Country Tour
  • Best Season : Spring & Autumn

Highlights of Nepal Bhutan Tour Package

  • Exploration of the Historical, as well as Cultural sites of Kathmandu Durbar Square of Nepal
  • Adventurous and scenic flight to Tibet from Kathmandu
  • Exploration of the roof of the world, Tibet
  • Visit the Gyatchu La Pass at an altitude of 5220 meters
  • Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, and other attractions of Lhasa
  • Exploration of the Tibetan Buddhism culture and tradition
  • Beautiful mountain views during the trip

Overview of Nepal Tibet Tour

Nepal Tibet Tour is one of the best tour packages which will provide you with some exciting and excellent travel experiences. You will get to explore some beautiful Himalayan landscapes and local as well as cultural settlements around the higher altitude areas. You will get an opportunity to explore some parts of Nepal along with mind-blowing vistas of Tibet on this trip.

The Nepal Tibet trip will take you to a historical and cultural site of Nepal. This site is also a World Heritage Site. You will follow the itinerary to explore the majestic Tibet where you get to explore the famous Lhasa city, some passes, and many more.

The Nepal Tibet Tour starts from the capital of Nepal, Kathmandu. You will explore Kathmandu Durbar Square in Kathmandu and you will drive towards Tibet the next day. Tibet is a plateau lying in the lap of the Himalayas. 

Tibet used to be an independent country in the past and is famous as an autonomous state of China at present. The autonomous state consists of some famous monasteries, spectacular views of the Himalayas, culture, and many more. The friendly people and Buddhist culture followed here make Tibet a must-visit destination.

Overall, Nepal Tibet Tour is a trip to Nepal and Tibet traveling using Land transportation. On this tour, you will explore the culture, tradition, history, way of life, and some awesome infrastructure at once. Along with that, the magnificent mountain views and natural beauty will make the trip much better.

Nepal  Tibet Tour Permit

Chinese Visa: You require a current Chinese visa to enter Tibet from Nepal. Before traveling to Tibet, it is advisable to secure this visa in your home country or at the Chinese Embassy or Consulate in Kathmandu.

Tibet Travel Permit: To get into and get around within Tibet, you need this authorization, commonly known as a Tibet Entry Permit. It can be acquired from a licensed tour company in Tibet. Based on your travel schedule, your tour operator will arrange for you to obtain this permit.

Group Visa: You require a group visa rather than a personal Chinese visa if you’re coming to Tibet from Nepal. You can apply for a group visa at the Chinese Embassy in Kathmandu. The application procedure will be handled on your behalf by your travel operator.

Alien Travel Permit: Certain restricted places in Tibet, including the Mount Everest Base Camp and several border districts, require an Alien Travel Permit, also known as a PSB Permit. You will be required to carry this permit while traveling in those particular places, which your tour operator will obtain for you.

Nepal Tibet Tour Cost

The price of a Nepal Tibet tour package may change depending on various variables, including the length of the trip, the lodging type selected, the activities included, the number of travelers, and the services offered.

The following are the different headings under which the cost may vary during your Nepal-Tibet Tour:

Duration: During your Nepal-Tibet Tour, the cost also depends on the duration of the Tour. The more number of days the more cost will increase as per the day and the time. 

Accommodation: For Nepal Tibet Tour, your accommodation will be taken care of within the Hotel and the Resort. The cost of the accommodation mainly depends upon the range of the hotel, resort you will be choosing.

Nepal and China Visa Fee: While exploring Nepal Tibet Tour, you need to issue the Nepal and China visa fee to enter the territory of Nepal Tibet. For the visa purpose, your tour operator will take care of all the requirements.

Travel Permits: The travel permits for the Nepal Tibet Tour require the permits to explore the hidden valley of Tibet. 

Group Size: The price of the tour package may vary depending on how many people are in your group. Smaller groups or individual travelers may incur slightly greater charges, whilst larger groups may benefit from lower per-person rates.

Season of Travel: The price may vary depending on the time of year you visit Nepal Tibet Tour. Due to increased demand, peak travel seasons like spring and autumn typically have higher pricing. Off-peak times like the monsoon or winter may present more affordable choices.

Nepal Bhutan Tour Itinerary

Day 1:Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to Hotel in Thamel

Upon your arrival at the International Airport at Kathmandu, Tribhuvan International Airport, you will be welcomed by our staff/representative. After the warm welcome, you will now be assisted with your transfer to your hotel in Thamel through the drive. The drive of 30 to 45 minutes will take you to your hotel where you can get refreshed and have some rest. 

In the late afternoon, you will be taken for a strolling tour to Kathmandu Durbar Square. UNESCO’s World Heritage Site offers you some cultural, religious as well as historical infrastructure and vibes around. You will also get to visit the temple of the Living Goddess, Kumari during the exploration.

After the exploration, we will return to Thamel in the evening. We will spend our overnight at the hotel today.

Day 2:Drive from Kathmandu (1400 M)to -Keung Border (145 Km) 06-07 Overnight Keung in Tibet side

Enjoy a delicious breakfast at your hotel. After breakfast, we will start our Nepal and Tibet Tour with a drive to the Kerung border on the second day of our trip. We will drive through the beautiful sceneries, landscapes, and local settlements. We will also get to see some beautiful mountain views on our drive today.

When we reach the Kerung border, we will carry out all the procedures on the Nepalese border side and cross the bridge. We will also process all required formalities on the Tibet side too. After all the formalities, we will continue our drive to the city of Kerung. Overnight at a hotel in Kerung.

Day 3:Kerung - Tingri (4300m) / Lhatse (4,350m): 235 km 5-6 Hours

Today!! We will start our exploration of Tibet. We will enjoy our breakfast at our hotel. After breakfast, we will start our drive towards Tingri. The drive will take around 6 hours to reach Tingri from Kerung.

On our drive today we will be driving through two passes. The passes are Nyalam Tong La Pass at an altitude of 5120 meters and Lung La Pass at an altitude of 5080 meters. You will get spectacular views from these two passes. You will get awesome mountain views and the mountains you will get to see are Mt. Everest, Mt. Cho Oyu, and Mt Sishapangma. On our drive today, we will also get to explore Pikucho Lake on the way. We will spend our overnight at a hotel in Tingri.

Day 4:Tingri/Lhaste - Shigatse (3,900 M): 245 Km5-6 Hours

After breakfast, we will continue on our Nepal and Tibet tours. We will be driving towards Shigatse today. The scenic drive of today will take us to the highest pass of the trip, Gyatchu La Pass. The pass lies at an altitude of 5220 meters. From the Gyatchu La Pass, the road to Mt. Kailash also bifurcates to the west. We will continue on our drive toward Shigatse. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 5:Shigatse - Gyantse (3,950m)- Lhasa 350km

Today, we will go sightseeing near Shigatse. After enjoying breakfast at the hotel, we will make our visit to the well-known landmark Panchen Lama’s Tashilhunpo Monastery. We will explore around the monastery for some time and we will start our drive towards Gyantse.

On our drive, we will stop at the Yamdrok Tso Lake for exploration. We will also get to explore the Brahmaputra river which is a lifeline for the Tibetans. We will continue on our drive toward Lhasa. Overnight at the hotel in Lhasa.

Day 6 - 7: Sightseeing In Lhasa

We will have two days for the exploration of the mystical Lhasa city. The tour of the remarkable landmark of Lhasa will be quite impressive. We will make our visit to the famous Potala Palace and Jokhang Temple. Exploring the areas around the temple, we will also explore the renowned Barkhor Street.

We will also make our visit to the Drepung monastery, and Sera monastery. These places are also beautiful and they should not be missed. On our two days exploring Lhasa, we will also have a chance to explore the culture, tradition, and lifestyle of the people of Tibet. We can also interact with locals for which our guide will be helping as a translator.

In some free time these two days, you can go for a strolling tour around on your own. You can get some souvenirs in the markets. You can also enjoy some street markets in Lhasa in the evening. You will spend the overnight at the hotel in Lhasa for these two days

Day 8:Lhasa to Shegar Drive Back O/N at Guest House 655 Km 8-9 Hours

We will enjoy our breakfast at Lhasa. Now, we will be driving back towards Kathmandu from today. We will start our drive after breakfast and our destination for today will be Shegar.

We will be driving, enjoying the stunning scenery around the highway. Upon arrival at Shegar, we will check into the hotel and have the required rest after the long drive. Overnight at the Guest House.

Day 9:Shegar - Kerong to Kathmandu 425 km 9-10 Hours

Today is our last day in Tibet. We are returning to Kathmandu through the Kerung border. We will enjoy breakfast at the hotel and start our journey towards the Kerung border. Upon arrival at the border, we will fulfill all the procedures there. After all the procedure, we will continue on our drive saying goodbye to Tibet for this trip.


We will be driving through the Syabru Besi, Dhunche, and many other settlements on our journey towards Kathmandu. We will check into our hotel upon our arrival in Kathmandu after the long drive. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 10:Departure

Today is the last day of this trip. We will provide you with some farewell on the last day of this trip. After the farewell, one of our representatives will assist you with your transfer to the airport. You will be taken to the airport 3 hours before your scheduled flight. The trip ends here.

Price Includes

  • Tour Guide
  • Private Transportation

Price Excludes

  • Lunch
  • Personal Expenses
  • Entrance Fee

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Nepal Tibet Tour Accommodation
Best Time to travel Nepal Tibet Tour

During your Nepal Tibet Tour, Your accommodation facilities will be taken care on the Hotels, Lodge, and resort as per the guest’s requirements and preferences.

The following are the accommodation where you may expect to stay during the Tour:

Hotels: You can choose from a selection of hotels in Nepal and Tibet, ranging in price from cheap to luxurious. There are several hotels available in major towns including Kathmandu, Pokhara, Lhasa, and Shigatse, catering to different budgets and offering various levels of comfort and services.

Resorts and Boutique home: In Nepal Tibet Tour, tea houses and lodges are common lodging options, particularly for hiking adventures. These places offer the necessities, like clean rooms, community dining spaces, and shared restrooms. 

Guest House /Lodges: During the Nepal Tibet Tour, you may also choose the Guest House and Lodge as accommodation for you. The Guest House is budget-friendly to compromise on the accommodation and travel more.

Homestays: Through homestay programs, you might be able to stay with local families in particular parts of Tibet and Nepal. With this choice, you can get a taste of the local way of life, experience it firsthand, and develop deep relationships with the locals.

Monasteries: Monasteries can be used as lodging in Tibet, particularly in farther-flung regions. This lodging option offers a singular chance to learn about Tibetan Buddhism, take part in religious rites, and experience monk daily life.

Camping: Camping can be set up in specific sites for treks or isolated expeditions. This enables you to experience the tranquillity of the Himalayan vistas, starry nights, and total immersion in the natural environment.

The best time to travel to Nepal is during the Autumn and Spring season.

Autumn Season( September to November)

One of the ideal seasons to travel to Nepal is during the spring. When the weather is pleasant and the flowers bloom in. In areas like Everest, Annapurna, and Langtang, trekking is good because the weather is typically clear. Rhododendron forests are alive with different colors and provide breathtaking views.

The different birds migrate from different destinations to one another. During your travel, you will whisper the different sounds and the voice of the bird which helps to heal your own body.

Spring (March to May)

With warm temperate, bright skies, and great visibility, autumn is regarded as the best time to visit Nepal. Trekking is ideal at this time of year since the weather is calm and the mountain views are stunning. 

During this time, festivals like Dashain and Tihar take place, enriching your trip with additional cultural experiences. You may experience the biggest festival of the Nepalese people during your tour. 

For Tibet-the best time to travel 

Spring( April to June)

Tibet is best to visit during the spring when the weather is warmer and the skies are clearer. As the weather gradually gets better, it becomes possible to enjoy nice views S during the tour to places like Shigatse and Lhasa. It’s a beautiful time of year to travel because the landscapes come to life with blooming flowers.

Autumn (September to November)

Tibet is best visited in the Autumn season, much like Nepal. The climate is consistent, with comfortable temperatures and the mesmerizing snow-capped vistas of the Himalayas. 

Trekking and cultural visits are very popular during this period because it falls during festivals like the Tibetan New Year and Saga Dawa. The Saga Dawa festival is the month of the Lord Buddha, during the month Buddha gained all the required enlightenment.


Do I need a visa to visit Tibet?

Yes, you must issue a visa from the Republic of China during your visit to Tibet.

How do I obtain a Tibet Travel Permit?

To obtain the Tibet Travel Permit, you need to connect with the registered agencies either in Nepal or Tibet and submit all the required documents for the Tibet Travel Permit (TTP).

Can I join a tour or can I travel independently in Tibet?

For the Nepal Tibet Tour, you may join the group which deducts the cost of the travel. Independent travel to Tibet is also more possible.

What is the best time of year to visit Tibet?

The best time of year to visit Tibet are; Autumn and Spring season.

How should I prepare for the high altitude in Tibet?

While for the high altitude preparation, you need to pack the gear and equipment, and the proper first aid box along with good mental and physical strength is required.

What are the must-visit attractions in Tibet?

The most visited attractions in Tibet are:

  • Potala Palace
  • Lhasa city
  • Different Monastries

How many days should I allocate for a typical Tibet tour?

The Nepal Tibet Tour can be done in the range of 7- 10 days depending upon your own customized itinerary.

What are the transportation options to reach Tibet?

For the transportation options to reach Tibet, you may use the airways and also the roadways. 

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