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Lo Tingri

Roof of the World Expedition

Explore your dream of crossing the High passes of The Himalayas from Kathmandu to Lhasa

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Roof of the World Expedition
Roof of the World Expedition

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05 June 2025, 2:00 pm GMT+5:45 – 25 June 2025, 6:00 pm GMT+5:45

Lo Tingri, Lhasa, Tibet, China

About the event

Nepal Tibet Tour JUNE 2025

I have been to Tibet several times now and it calls me like a soft whisper in my heart .

I’ve experienced the most profound spiritual growth there and from these experiences.

It has without a doubt brought me into who I am today.

Now I would love to take you there with me to share this mystical land at the top of the World with you.

It’s a journey of great personal growth, evolution and adventure.

Well that’s how I see life as an adventure.

As well as the Yog-Vedantic teachings of the Himalayas

I also study  and practice Vajrayana “Tibetan Buddhism “ and am qualified and initiated into many of the practices which took me out of the darkness of my younger years and showed me the clarity of the vast blue sky like nature of my mind.

These ancient Tantric teachings of the Himalayan traditions were originally taught for Householders and every day women and men to guide them on their way HOME to their true nature which is joyful, blissful and playful.

out of the entanglement of their lives.

Take my hand and let me introduce you to these sacred beautiful lands of Nepal and Tibet  and feel this joy within you.

Come with me and see through my eyes what has transformed my life into a glorious experience.

This trip is designed for you!

Come with me and feel the boundless love I feel.

DM me for details and link for itinerary is in bio.

Embark on an epic journey across the towering peaks of the Himalayas, a 20-day odyssey that will take you from the bustling streets of Kathmandu to the serene majesty of Everest Base Camp in Tibet, before culminating in the ancient city of Lhasa. This expedition promises not only breathtaking landscapes but also a profound immersion into the rich tapestry of culture, spirituality, and wilderness that defines this legendary region.

As you leave behind the vibrant chaos of Kathmandu, the winding roads gradually lead you deeper into the heart of the Himalayas. Towering snow-capped peaks pierce the sky, their rugged beauty serving as a constant reminder of nature's raw power and magnificence. Each twist and turn of the road reveals a new vista, a new panorama that leaves you breathless with wonder.

Arriving at Everest Base Camp, you stand in awe before the world's highest mountain, its icy summit seemingly touching the heavens. Surrounded by a landscape of stark, barren beauty, you feel a sense of reverence wash over you, humbled by the sheer magnitude of nature's grandeur. Here, amidst the solitude of the Himalayan wilderness, you are reminded of the insignificance of human existence in the face of such immensity.

But it is not only the awe-inspiring scenery that captivates your senses; it is also the rich tapestry of culture that permeates every corner of this remote land. You encounter nomadic herders tending to their yaks, their weather-beaten faces reflecting a lifetime of resilience in the face of harsh conditions. You visit ancient monasteries clinging to the mountainside, their ornate facades a testament to centuries of devotion and faith.

As you traverse the rugged terrain of Tibet, you are immersed in a world untouched by time, where ancient traditions still hold sway and spirituality is woven into the very fabric of daily life. You participate in traditional ceremonies, chanting alongside monks in dimly lit temples adorned with flickering butter lamps. You spin prayer wheels and offer prostrations, seeking solace and enlightenment amidst the serenity of the Himalayan landscape.

Finally, you arrive in Lhasa, the fabled City of Sunshine, where the ancient and the modern coexist in a delicate balance. Here, amidst the labyrinthine streets of the old town, you lose yourself in a maze of narrow alleyways and whitewashed buildings, each corner revealing a hidden treasure trove of history and culture. You visit the sacred Jokhang Temple, its golden roofs glinting in the sunlight, and circumambulate the Barkhor Street, joining pilgrims from all walks of life in their timeless devotions.

As the sun sets behind the snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas, casting a golden glow over the ancient city, you realize that this journey has been more than just a physical odyssey; it has been a spiritual awakening, a profound communion with the soul of the Himalayas. And as you bid farewell to this land of myth and legend, you carry with you not only memories of wild landscapes and ancient traditions but also a deeper understanding of the interconnectedness of all things, a sense of unity with the universe that will stay with you long after your journey has ended.

Drive and flight out Itinerary.

We begin with a personalised 3-Day Kathmandu Experience

1. Arrival in Kathmandu and Hotel. Hotel Moonlight or Similar (Bed and Breakfast).

2. Fill up the Tibet visa form and Half day Kathmandu Sightseeing

3. Visa process, (normally it takes 3-4 Days for Tibet permit, group visa),

Day 1 to 5 Embrace the Essence of Kathmandu and surrounds

We begin our Kathmandu adventure by immersing ourselves in the vibrant ambiance of Thamel, the heart of the city. As you wander through its maze-like streets, you'll discover an array of shops offering everything from traditional souvenirs to exquisite jewelry. Indulge your taste buds with a visit to one of Kathmandu's finest bakeries, treating yourself to freshly baked pastries as you start your day.

Delve into the rich history of Kathmandu at Durbar Square, where ancient temples and palaces stand as testaments to the city's illustrious past. Marvel at the intricate architecture of the Old Royal Palace and explore the small museum housed within its walls. But it's not just the buildings that captivate; Durbar Square pulsates with life, as locals go about their daily routines amidst the hustle and bustle of the city.

We visit to the iconic Swayambhunath Monkey Temple. Ascend the hill to this sacred site, where monkeys frolic amidst ancient stupas and devout pilgrims pay homage to their beliefs. Whether you witness the mesmerizing puja ceremony in the morning or the serene presence of monks in the evening, the panoramic view from the temple atop the hill promises to leave you breathless.

We embark on a journey to Patan, the city adorned with a thousand golden roofs and steeped in cultural heritage. Cross the Bagmati River to explore this ancient city, where every corner tells a story of craftsmanship and tradition. Marvel at the architectural splendor of Patan's Durbar Square, with its majestic Royal Palace and the awe-inspiring Patan Museum.

Stroll through the serene streets of Patan, where hidden gems like Kwa Bahal monastery and the Mahabuddha temple await your discovery. Lose yourself in the labyrinth of colorful shops and metal workshops, soaking in the vibrant atmosphere of this enchanting city.

Next, venture to the majestic Boudhanath Stupa, a spiritual oasis that serves as a sanctuary for the Tibetan community in Nepal. Admire the grandeur of the stupa and immerse yourself in the tranquil surroundings of Tibetan monasteries, adorned with intricate artwork and sacred statues.

Conclude your day with a visit to the sacred Pashupatinath Temple, where the devout gather to pay homage to Lord Shiva. Witness the solemnity of cremation ceremonies along the banks of the Bagmati River, offering a poignant glimpse into the cycle of life and death in Hindu culture.

Customizing our Experience with Treks

On your final day in Kathmandu, we can tailor o0ur itinerary to your preferences. Whether you choose to embark on a scenic hike in the surrounding hills, engage in spiritual practices at a local monastery, or simply unwind amidst the serene beauty of the city, let Kathmandu be your canvas for exploration and discovery.

With its rich tapestry of culture, history, and spirituality, Kathmandu promises an unforgettable journey that will leave you with memories to cherish for a lifetime.

Overnight in Moonlight hotel.

6. Drive to Kerung (5-6 hours by Private bus/Jeep), cross the border and drive 1 hour, overnight Kerung hotel or similar x 2 BB

7. Rest in Kerung for acclimatization. Visit around Kerung.

The only one by land access to Tibet from Nepal is now opened oarder Kerung. It is an exciting 4wd drive from Kathmandu to Kerung. Enjoy the scenario of remote Nepalese villages, the landscapes and spectacular view of Mountain ranges. It is approximately 8 hours drive by private jeep via Rasuwa Gadhi.

8. Drive to Lo-Tingri 4,100m. via La lung la (5,600m)/ Kangar hotel BB Tingri town is known for its views of Mount Everest, Mount Lhotse, Mount Makalu, and Cho Oyu, which comprise four of the six highest mountains in the world.

9. Drive to Rumbuk (Everest Base Camp) 5,000m. / Tent gh B You come for the experience of being at the base of Everest and as near to the magnificent mountain as one can be without climbing.

10.  Drive to Sakya 4,330m. and visit Sakya Gompa / Yuanfu hotel BB.Sakya Monastery was founded in 1073 and is home to amazing Art and Library.

11.  Drive to Sigatse 3,880m, visit Tashilungpo / Gesar hotel or similar BB.As the second largest city with 600 years of history, it's political, religious and cultural center in Tsang, also the seat of historical Panchen Lamas. In Shigatse, from vast plateau pasture to grand snow-covered mountains to sacred monasteries, you can obtain colorful experience as like in Lhasa.

12.  Drive to Gyangtse 3,990m., visit Pelor choede / Yutok hotel BB.Monastery, impressive Kumbum Stupa, and Old Fort.

13.  Drive to Samya 3,600m, via Karola Glaceirs and Yamdrok lake / Samye hotel BB.

Karola Glacier is located at the junction of Nakartse and Gyantse in Tibet. This imposing glacier is only 300m from the main highway on your way to Gyantse.

As one of the sacred lakes of Tibetan Buddhism, a visit to Lake Yamdrok is more than just a trip to see a beautiful lake. It is a partly spiritual journey that has as much to do with learning more about the history and legends of the lake as it does with viewing the spectacular beauty of this stretch of turquoise water. The surrounding landscape of mountains and plains perfectly frame this lake for the best photos, including snow-capped mountains, Himalayan glaciers, and the numerous islands that dot the lake’s surface.

14.  Morning visit Samye Gompa and Drive to Lhasa 3,770m./ Yak hotel or similar x 4 BB.

Built in the 8th century, Samye Monastery was the first Buddhist monastery in Tibet. Samye is famous for its sacred mandala design: the central temple symbolizes the legendary Mount Meru, center of the universe. It is a popular pilgrimage destination for Tibetan Buddhists, some of whom travel on foot for weeks to reach it.

15.  Visit Jokhang temple and sera monastery. The Jokhang temple is one of the most important religious sites in Tibet since it houses the statue from the time when Shakyamuni Buddha lived.

The main building of the temple is four floors high. All buildings in the center of Lhasa cannot be higher than four floors. That allows everyone to see the golden roof of Jokhang from the roofs of all other buildings in Old Town. Jokhang is recognized as a World Cultural Heritage by the UNESCO.

The most important statue in the temple is more than 2,500 years old and it was consecrated by the Buddha himself.

16.  Visit Potala palace and Norbulingka.At 12,139 feet above sea level, Potala is the highest palace in the world. The 1,300-year-old structure was originally built as a gesture of love, commissioned by Tibetan king Songtsen Gambo for his marriage to Princess Wencheng of the Chinese Tang Dynasty. Eventually monks came to rule Tibet and the palace was expanded and converted into the winter residence for the Dalai Lama.

The Palace is now a museum.

It remains an iconic part of the region and a mecca for Buddhists around the world. The name Potala is a nod to a sacred mountain in India, where the Buddha of compassion is said to dwell. Year-round, thousands of religious pilgrims circle the perimeter of the palace with prayer wheels and beads to ask for blessing. Many have traveled thousands of miles by foot just to pay their respects.

Norbulinka was built in the 1740’s Since Norbulingka is regarded as the "Summer Palace in Lhasa", you can totally enjoy yourself into this "Land of Idyllic Beauty". You will be surprised while seeing the rare flowers in central China and other countries, and also, you can treat your eyes with the featured Tibetan plants and the exotic flowers and herbs from the south and north hill of Himalaya. Every blink is a great enjoyment, and with the 49 sorts of verdant towering pines and cypresses, 62 kinds of famous blossoms of peonies, Tibetan big-leaf hydrangeas, etc. in rich bright colors, reflection of blue sky and soft clouds on the peaceful lake, Norbulingka seems really like a Garden of Eden in Tibetan style.

17.  Day trip to Ganden monastery and Free afternoon.Dive deep into the profound Gelugpa culture of Tibetan Buddhism and enjoy the stunning landscape of alpine mountains outside Lhasa City.

18.  Morning fly to Chengdu and afternoon visit panda Breeding Center / Hotel BB The Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding is a public non-profit breeding and research institute for giant pandas, red pandas, and other rare animals, located in Chengdu, Sichuan, China. Chengdu Panda Base was founded in 1987 by the Chengdu Municipal People's Government

19.  Chengdu fly to Kathmandu Moonlight Hotel.

20. Departure.


Full Price USD $6,575

Intimate Group of 10 persons USD  per person

(Single supplement: USD 550)

PAYMENT PLANS available on request

Flight Lhasa to Chengdu and Chengdu to Kathmandu USD 875/ per person included.

The cost includes.

  • Pick up transportation from Kathmandu international Airport to hotel, departure transportation hotel to Airport and all domestic airport transportation (drop and pick up) by private car/van/bus. Kathmandu to Kerung (Border) transportation by private transport as group size (Jeep or bus).
  • guided tour (provide City guide) in Kathmandu including transportation and entrée fees.
  • 4 nights' accommodation in Kathmandu. Hotel Moonlight or similar (bed and Breakfast). 1-night accommodation in Nagarkot Hotel view point (bed and breakfast) and 1 night Chisapani basic trek Lodge (basic common room). All Rooms are twin sharing basis.
  • 12-nights accommodation in Tibet in mention hotel (bed and breakfast).
  • 1-night accommodation in Chengdu (bed and breakfast).
  • Chengdu afternoon visit panda Breeding Center with guide and private transportation.
  • An experienced English speaking Tibetan guide group in Tibet, 1 Nepali tour Leader (I will come with group).
  • All needed Tibet/Chines group visa, needed documents and fees.
  • All monastery entrance fee and Qumolangma/Everest national park permit and fee.
  • All transportation from place to place in Tibet by private transport as group size (4wd jeep, mini bus or bus).
  • Lhasa to Chengdu and Chengdu to Kathmandu flight as in cost.

The cost excludes.

  • International flight.
  • Nepal Entry Visa (Visa can be acquired easily after your arrival at Kathmandu airport with a fee of USD 30 for 15 days, USD 50 for 30 days’ visa and USD 125 for 90 days’ visa).
  • All meals: Lunch, Dinner all drinks. Around USD 500 per person for whole trip.
  • Travel insurance along with high-altitude emergency evacuation coverage. (Medication, Medical test and Hospitalization).
  • City local transportation.
  • Personal expenses: telephone, Internet, Toiletries, Laundry
  • Tips for Driver, guide, Tibetan guide Nepali tour leader.
  • Any extra cost if you return earlier from a trip due to any reason and cost not mention in list.

Non Refundable deposit $1,500 USD on BOOKING 

Full payment by March 30th 2025

Payment Plans available 

Deposit $500 non refundable to secure your place .

Cancelations one month prior to departure incure a $1,500 admin fee.

Payments to be made in full by March 30th 2025.

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