Day Tour Drak Yerpa
Brief Overview of One Day tour Drak Yerpa
This will be a great tour, as you will have opportunities to see some of the stunning landscapes of Tibet. You will have opportunities to appreciate some of the historical and religious sites of Drak Yerpa
In the Morning we will first meet at Our office, for the Tour Briefing, After that we will continue to visit the Drak Yerpa.
Our Meeting Point of One Day tour Drak Yerpa
Detailed Itinerary of One Day tour Drak Yerpa
10 Am: Meeting at the Meeting Point and briefing about the tour 11 AM: Leave for Drak Yerpa 30kilometer 12:00 AM: sight tour begins 3:00 PM: Return to Lhasa
Good to Know about One Day tour Drak Yerpa
Best Time of Visit
The package journey from Lhasa to Everest can be done anytime from mid-April through to late October. We can arrange this journey for groups of two to ten people. Discount available for groups of 3 or more. For a specific quote, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
- All accommodations (based on double occupancy; single room supplement available)
- Breakfast in Tibet and Nepal
- All ground transportation in Tibet and Nepal
- Local Tibetan guide fees
- All entrance fees per itinerary
- All Tibet travel permits
- Lhasa airport pickup and drop-off
Not included in the price:
- Passport, Chinese Visa fees
- Lunch or Dinner
- International airfare to Lhasa, Tibet
- Travel vaccinations
- Insurance (travel, medical, etc)
- Souvenirs or personal items such as laundry, excess baggage fees, snacks, alcohol drinks, etc
- Photography fees inside temples and monasteries
- Gratuities to the Tibetan/Nepalese guide and driver
Upon joining, each participant will be sent a list of required and recommended gear for this journey that they will be responsible for.
In Lhasa, Gyantse and Shigatse, you will be staying in the comfortable and pleasant boutique or highly-rated 3-star Tibetan-owned hotels. Accommodation in other areas of Tibet, such as Everest Base Camp, on the tour, will be best available guesthouses. In the Everest Region (Shelkar, Everest Base Camp and Old Tingri), accommodations will be very basic, as these areas are very remote and poor.
Guesthouses often have no heating facilities, but plenty of blankets upon request. Toilets are usually outside and are not always as hygienic. Showers are often unavailable or only available at local shower house. In Nepal, you will stay at highly rated boutique hotels in a central location. Hotel upgrades are available in Lhasa and Kathmandu upon request.