Dream Tibet specialized on tour operation in Lhasa. Our Lhasa tour packages are designed based on combination of different attractions visit with full of taste of Tibetan culture. Tour in Lhasa gives an immense experience of traditional lifestyle of Tibet and the beauty of the roof top of the world.
Lhasa is the capital city of Tibet and is renowned for its stunning landscapes, rich cultural heritage, and ancient Buddhist traditions. The city is home to numerous monasteries, temples, palaces, and other landmarks that attract tourists from all over the world.
Lhasa Tour packages provides an opportunity to unveil the hidden treasure including outbound landmark and huge settlement of local Buddhist people in Tibet. Lhasa is the capital city of Tibet where you can visit the Potala Palace, Jokhang temple, and Norbulingka Palaces in the majority of which lies in Chengguan district. Lhasa, a historical city of more than 1300 years history is a political, tourism, cultural and business hub of Tibet that stands at an elevation of 3,600m. It is nestled amidst of Tibetan plateau encompassed by stunning Himalaya ranging, 5800 m and a Tibetan river flowing nearby.
Tibet city tour provides you the insight of untold history, culture, and religion of Tibetan Buddhist people. Lhasa has been enlisted as one of 24 historically and culturally valued cities of China. Potala palace symbolizes its identity as a political, religious, cultural and historical power of Lhasa. Jokhang Temple, a Buddhist pilgrim site, and its precious teahouse are most to visit antic place during this exciting and adventurous Tibet tour.
Jokhang Temple- A scared man-made architecture in Tibet
Potala Palace- Dalai Lama’s former residence and monastery
Norbu Lingkha Palace- Dalai Lama’s summer residence
Gelukpa monasteries- Sera Monastery, Drepung Monastery
Barkhor Street in Lhasa
These outstanding cultural and religious treasures are scattered within the walking distance and is easily accessible during your Tibet city tour.
Lhasa is the city in the high place beyond the Himalayas. To visit the religious and historical city, May, June, July, August, Septmeber and October are the best months. Many people visit Lhasa during the time. The weather is good in these months.
It is worth traveling Tibet for more than 5 days or a week to explore the idyllic lakes, mountain monastery, scared Buddhist temple and hiking around Tibet encountering highland wildlife and natural scenario.
Located in the heart of Lhasa, the Jokhang Temple is a significant pilgrimage site for Tibetan Buddhists. It houses a precious statue of Buddha Shakyamuni and other valuable cultural relics.
This iconic landmark of Lhasa is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and was once the winter residence of the Dalai Lama. The palace features 13 stories, 1,000 rooms, and various treasures such as murals, sculptures, and scriptures.
One of the "great three" Gelug university monasteries of Tibet, Sera Monastery is renowned for its famous debating sessions that take place between the monks.
This is another Gelug monastery that was once the largest in the world. It is famous for its collection of historical and cultural artifacts, including ancient sutras, sculptures, and thangkas.
This is the former summer residence of the Dalai Lama, and it features a beautiful garden, a lake, and various buildings that reflect Tibetan architecture and culture.
This temple is located near the Jokhang Temple and is famous for its statue of the Buddha brought to Tibet by Princess Wencheng.
This is a bustling street that surrounds the Jokhang Temple and is known for its local markets, souvenir shops, and traditional Tibetan handicrafts.
Apart from these, Lhasa city has many other attractions such as the Tibet Museum, Ganden Monastery, Namtso Lake, Yamdrok Lake, and more, making it a fascinating destination for tourists.