Experience the Tibetan cultural capital of Lhasa, witness monks in debate and prayer, explore rural villages and lunar landscapes, hike to Everest Base Camp
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From the sacred peaks of Tibet to lush green Nepalese valleys, explore the best of the Himalaya on this 2-week tour. Discover mighty temples and small outposts on a journey that offers incredible vistas at every turn of the trail. Our expert CEOs will take the hassle out of planning and help you find the secluded spots only the locals know—and leave you with time to explore. In the thin mountain air of Rombuk, the highest monastery in the world, you'll enjoy unparalleled views of Mt Everest. So make sure your camera is charged—you're going to need it.
Arrive at any time.
Orientation walk in Durbar Square.
Morning flight to Lhasa. Orientation walk around Barkhor Square and guided tour of the Potala Palace and Norbulinka, Jokhang Temple and Sera Monastery.
Drive to Gyantse along Yamdrok Tso.
Visit to Pelkor Chode Monastery, Gyantse Kumbum and Tashilunpo Monastery.
Visit to Sakya Gompa.
Visit Rombuk, the highest monastery in the world. Hike to Everest Base Camp for a closer view of this magnificent mountain.
This town may be a small outpost, but the views are truly spectacular.
Leave the Tibetan Plateau and travel to the border town of Zhangmu.
Cross the border and travel to Kathmandu. Visit The Sisterhood of Survivors Project, a grassroots organization that trains survivors of human-trafficking to become certified paralegals. We will be greeted by some of the beneficiaries of this program and learn about traditional Nepali food, learning how to make traditional Nepalese momos (dumplings) with some of the survivors, and then enjoying an authentic local lunch.
Depart any time.
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