Tibet Silk Road
Tibet Silk Road begins from Lhasa, the capital town of Tibet Autonomous Region, then we will take the Qinghai Tibet Train cross over the vast Chang – Tang Grassland, passing through Goldmud arriving at Xining, the capital town of Qinghai Province (also Amdo) where to exploring the Kumbumn monastery and Kokonor Lake. Then After we will take Speed-Train to Lanzhou from which we will get to the “Hexi Corridor”. En route we will visit to the Dan Xia Geo Park in Zhangye, then arrive at Jiayuguan – the west end of Chinese Great Wall, where we will head to the World Cultural Heritage of Dunhuang.
Tour Price Overview
3 People: US$ 1,550.00 Per Person
4-5 People: US$ 1,360.00 Per Person
6-7 People: US$ 1,270.00 Per Person
Departure Date Overview
|Month||Departure date||Departure date|
|Arrival||Lhasa, Tibet Autonomous Region, China|
|Departure||Dunhuang, Gansu Province, China|
|Activity||Culture, Sightseeing tour|
|Group size||Minimum 3 people, maximum 12 people;
Private group departure is available, please Contact Us for Group departure price
|Vehicle||For group 3-4 people, one 7-9 seats vehicle, View vehicle image
Arrive in Lhasa
Potala, the winter palace of the Dalai Lama dominates the skyline of Lhassa atop the crest of Marpo Ri hill, the seventh-century Potala is considered Lhasa’s holiest destination for a pilgrimage. Going up the hill, a stone path leads to the 14-story, 1,000-room. Each day, thousands of pilgrims give the prayer wheels a clockwise spin as they make their way to the entrance.The Jokhang Monastery is the home of the statutes of the revered Buddha, Shakyamuni. While all Buddhist statues are adorned with colorful brocade, pearls, turquoise, coral, and silver, solid gold bowls of holy water rest before Shakyamuni as well as offerings of Yuan (money) and khatas (scarves) left by pilgrims.
Sera, one of the Six largest monasteries of Gelugpa, located at the foot of Hill Tatipu. It is as prestigious as Drepung and Ganden, which had a longer history. Sera in Tibetan means “Wild Rose Garden” since opulent wild rose woods once grew around it.
Drepung monastery once housed 10,000 monks and if we’re lucky, we’ll ease into a dark columned hall to see and hear the lilting, booming chanting of the sutras, or sit under a willow tree and watch the monks engage in theatrical debate.
Nechung Monastery the seat of Nechung, Tibet’s State Oracle. Major decisions of the state are made in consultation with the Nechung Oracle.