There is plenty to see and do in Lhasa. Visit Nechung Monastery - the powerhouse for all spirtual decisions till 1959, Ganden Temple or picturesque Lake Namtso. As another option, consider travelling through to Kathmandu - Nepal's largest and most cosmopolitan city. Pock marked with medieval alleyways and courtyards, intricate and ornate temples and living gods. Kathmandu is also the meeting place for dozens of ethnic groups filling the streets with life, colour and a buzz of activity. Contact us if you would like to extend your stay.
|01 JUN - 11 JUN||USD $2,739||USD $599|
|15 JUN - 25 JUN||USD $2,739||USD $599|
|29 JUN - 09 JUL||USD $2,739||USD $599|
|13 JUL - 23 JUL||USD $2,739||USD $599|
|27 JUL - 06 AUG||USD $2,739||USD $599|
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|24 AUG - 03 SEP||USD $2,739||USD $599|
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|21 SEP - 01 OCT||USD $2,739||USD $599|
|05 OCT - 15 OCT||USD $2,739||USD $599|
|19 OCT - 29 OCT||USD $2,739||USD $599|
|02 NOV - 12 NOV||USD $2,739||USD $599|
|16 NOV - 26 NOV||USD $2,739||USD $599|
|08 MAR - 18 MAR||USD $2,739||USD $599|
|22 MAR - 01 APR||USD $2,739||USD $599|
|05 APR - 15 APR||USD $2,739||USD $599|
|19 APR - 29 APR||USD $2,739||USD $599|
|03 MAY - 13 MAY||USD $2,739||USD $599|
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|31 MAY - 10 JUN||USD $2,739||USD $599|
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|04 OCT - 14 OCT||USD $2,739||USD $599|
|18 OCT - 28 OCT||USD $2,739||USD $599|
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|15 NOV - 25 NOV||USD $2,739||USD $599|
|Supplementary Prices||Twin/Double||Single Supp.|
|Beijing - Pre-tour accommodation||USD $55||USD $54|
|Lhasa - Post-tour accommodation||USD $55||USD $54|
Make the most of your time away! Listed below are the optional activities that are available on this trip. Please note that you will need to book these prior to travel as we cannot always guarantee availability of these activities once you are on holiday.
|The Tang Dynasty Show is a performance of Changâ€™an music and dance that originated during the time of the illustrious Tang Dynasty. Colourfully choreographed according to various historical records of the ancient arts with a host of singing, dancing and musical instrument playing performers, coupled with simple backdrops and props, this is entertainment that was once fit for a Tang emperor!|
|Join us on an excursion to see China's beloved mascot - the Giant Panda, at the Shaanxi Rare Wildlife Rescue and Breeding Centre, located at the foot of the Qingling Mountain range in Louguantai Forest Park north west of Xiâ€™an. Originally established as Louguantai wild animal breeding and protection centre, it was the first dedicated crested ibis breeding centre in China. Later it became a shelter for ill or injured Giant Pandas in the region.|
|Datong is an ancient cultural city dating back more than 2,000 years, the regionâ€™s biggest attraction is the UNESCO-listed Yungang Caves. Built more than 1,500 years ago, the 53 caves are a treasure trove of ancient Buddhist art comprising a fine collection of carved-sandstone Buddhist figures. The â€˜Hanging Templeâ€™ also located outside of Datong was constructed some 1,500 years on a precipitous rockface. Literally hugging the cliff, the temple is a total spectacle.|
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Below is a list of key highlights and what is included on this tour. Further, where appropriate, we have listed the items that are not included in the tour price.
Here's what some of our past travellers have written in to us and said about their experiences on this trip.
Everything was so well organised and our tour leader Feng was a complete treasure. I can't stop raving about the time we had in China, I think my friends are getting annoyed. I can't help singing your praises on the go, recommending to everyone. Tibet is a must see.
Going into Tibet made me feel humbled â€“ itâ€™s like the land that time forgot. Such a touching experience and beautiful as well.
I can't believe that it is nearly 6 weeks since we returned from our trip. I have been meaning to email you ever since to tell
you that we had the most wonderful trip - Tibet in particular was a never to be forgotten experience and we are both
determined to go back.
I guess you know that there were 8 of us to start but we lost 5 within the first two days - taken off by the Chinese authorities and put in quarantine because someone on their flights had tested positive for swine flu. We were very lucky to escape.
Your tour guides were as usual fabulous. In particular Pembe in Tibet was unbelievable - what a wonderful man we learnt so much from him. Tibet really made us feel very humble - difficult to put into words how special we found it.
Anyway suffice to say that next year we intend motorbiking in the USA but future trips lined up include a return to Tibet; Vietnam and Cambodia; Peru; Chile and Mongolia so you shall be seeing us again. We cannot speak highly enough of On the Go!!
Many thanks for all your help and good advice.
Jenny and Pete
Jenny and Pete,