Short Itinerary(Fly in/Drive out)
Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu, Nepal
Day 02: Bike trial & visa preparation
Day 03: Fly Gongkar airport & drive to Lhasa(64km)
Day 04: Lhasa sightseeing
Day 05: Lhasa sightseeing
Day 06: Ride to Gyantse(265km)
Day 07: Ride to Shigatse(90km)
Day 08: Ride to Lhatse(177km)
Day 09: Ride to New Tingri(90km)
Day 10: Ride to Rongbuk(70km)
Day 11: Everest BC view & ride to Tingri(70km)
Day 12: Ride to Kyirong or Zangmu(185km)
Day 13: Ride to Kathmandu(114km)
Day 14: Departure to your home
 
Lhasa is rightly one of the foremost featured and dreamt-about cities within the world. This is not only as a result of its high altitude at three,650 meters (11,975 feet) which suggests that remoteness and restricted accessibility, but additionally as a result of  its over one,000 years' cultural & spiritual history that leaves an spectacular heritage that has helped to make the romantic and mysterious Tibetan faith.
 
Lhasa has many sites of historic interest, including the Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Sera Monastery and Norbulingka. The Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple and the Norbulingka are United Nations agency world heritage sites. However, many vital sites were broken or destroyed largely, but not exclusively, during China's Cultural Revolution of the 1960sMany are fixed since the Eighties.
 
The Potala Palace, named after Mount Potala, the abode of Chenresig or Avalokitesvara, was the chief residence of the Dalai Lama. After the ordinal Dalai Lama fled to Bharat throughout the 1959 Tibetan battle, the government converted the palace into a deposit. The site was used as a meditation retreat by King Songtsen Gampo, who in 637 designed the initial palace there so as to greet his bride aristocrat cyst Cheng of the Tang of China. Lozang Gyatso, the Great Fifth Grand Lama, started the construction of the Potala Palace in 1645 after one in all his religious advisers, Konchog Chophel (d. 1646), pointed out that the positioning was ideal as a seat of presidency, situated as it is between Drepung and Sera monasteries and therefore the previous town of Lhasa. The palace underwent restoration works between 1989 and 1994, costing RMB55 million (US.875 million) and was inscribed to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1994.
 
Service includes
• Food and 4 star accommodation during tour
• Royal enfield motorbike 500cc with fuel
• Expert mechanic, road captain, support vehicle
• All permit/visa fee
• Medic, gamov bag, oxygen for medical purpose, first aid kit
• T-shirt/long-sleeved shirt
 
Service excludes
• Travel insurance
• Personal riding gear
• Extra night charges outside itinerary
• Personal nature expenses like laundry, bar bill, etc.
• International airfare

 

Trip Code - ATE-LHS KTM
Altitude - 3,656m Max
Grade - difficult
Activities - Tour
Trip Duration - 14 days
Trip Best Season - N/A
Group Size - N/A
Start/End at - Lhasa/ Kathmandu
Destination - Tibet
Departure Date - N/A
Cost - US$ 4,350
Hotel Info - 4 star accommodation

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