A Spectacular 11 Day Beijing to Lhasa Tour
Beijing to Lhasa train always offers you a special view of the country, enjoying the splendid mountain scenery. Lhasa will impress you with its wonderful culture and the splendid Tibetan Buddhism.
Start your tour in Beijing and see The Lama Temple and The Forbidden City. Visit the Great Wall Mutianyu and get spectacular views! From Beijing travel to Xian and see The Old City Wall and Muslim Quarters. Visit the Big Wild Goose Pagoda and Shaanxi Provincial Museum.
You will then travel to Xining and visit the Kumbum monastery which is one of the six most important monasteries in China. You will then visit Lhasa and spend 3 magnificent days exploring this beautiful place see including Drepung Monastery, Sera Monastery, Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple. You will also have the opportunity to try the local Tibetan food.
Your 11-day unforgettable tour ends in Lhasa.
- See the beautiful Lhasa
- Explore the Old City Wall and Muslim Quarters in Xian
- Visit the magnificent Great Wall!
- See The Lama Temple and The Forbidden City in Beijing
- Scheduling: Private Tour
- Languages offered on the Activity / Tour: English
- Duration: 11 days
- Printed or Mobile Voucher Accepted
- A minimum of 2 adults is required to book this tour
- Easy CancellationCancellation fee of 100.0% is charged if cancelled 7 day(s) or less before the event Cancellation fee of 50.0% is charged if cancelled 15 day(s) or less before the event Cancellation fee of 30.0% is charged if cancelled 30 day(s) or less before the event Cancellation fee of 0.0% is charged if cancelled 31 day(s) or less before the event
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Entrance fees for sites listed in the itinerary
- English speaking tour guides
- All meals listed in the itinerary
- 4* Accommodation
- International Flights
- Any expense of personal nature
- Travel Insurance
- Chinese Visa
Arrive in Beijing, met and transferred by our representative to the hotel.
City sightseeing in Beijing, including Lama Temple, Forbidden City, Temple of Heaven.
Take a ride the Great Wall Mutianyu, climbing up the Wall to get a magnificent view of the mountain.
Take a bullet train to Xi'an. Arrive in Xi'an, met and transferred by our representative to the hotel. Visit the old City Wall and Muslim Quarter.
The Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses Museum is one of the highlights of the Silk Road. Take a ride for a visit.
In the afternoon, visit the Big Wild Goose Pagoda and Provincial Museum.
In the morning, visit the Big Wild Goose Pagoda and Shaanxi Provincial Museum.
In the afternoon, take a flight to Xining.
In the morning, visit the Kumbum monastery which is one of the six most important monasteries in China.
In the afternoon, take a train to Lhasa.
We will tour this fantastic city Lhasa for three days, including Drepung Monastery, Sera Monastery, Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple. Meanwhile, you have the opportunity to try local Tibetan food.
Your tour concludes in Lhasa.
- China operates on a 220V and uses a combination of US/European and Chinese style plugs in most hotel rooms. You can buy an international adaptor before the tour.
- Personal Expenses - Kindly check the inclusions for your tour, you will need to take some extra money to cover drinks, laundry and souvenirs, plus any additional sightseeing that may be offered to you. Based on the advice of previous customers an approximate amount of $250 per week should be sufficient; however for those that can’t resist a bargain, consider allocating a higher amount.
- If you're happy with the services provided then a tip - though not compulsory - is appropriate. Tipping is of great significance to the people who will take care of you during your travels, inspires excellent service, and is an entrenched feature of the tourism industry across China and other Asian countries. We recommend that any tips are given to the intended recipient by a member of your group, rather than collected and passed on by the group leader.
- You can check in 20 kg baggage and carry 5kg hand bag with you while boarding a flight in China. Please be aware, before boarding a flight in China that the Chinese authorities will only allow bottles onto aircraft if they have been checked in as main luggage. Any bottles in the hand luggage may be confiscated.
- We suggest you to take one main piece of lockable baggage and a shoulder bag. Total allowance: 44lbs/20kgs. Don’t overload yourself, because you have to carry your own baggage.
- We recommend that you contact your primary care physician or a travel doctor for advice on vaccinations and travel health and we advise that you check to see if your tetanus-diphtheria booster is still valid every 10 years.
- Insurance - Travel insurance is compulsory for all our customers. Please provide us with: the Insurance company, Policy number, 24-hour medical emergency contact number and the expiry date of the policy.
- Visas - A China visa is required for entry into China for all nationalities except Japan, Singapore and Brunei. Travellers holding APEC cards are allowed entrance visa free if their card has already been approved for China.