Tibet has been a home of refuge for towering mountains, stunning scenery, warm and welcoming atmosphere for reception. It is widely regarded as the roof of the world. Obviously, Tibet is occupied by the Buddhist. Much of the traditional territory, architecture and their culture is as crucial as the people that have occupied there. Among many travelers and voyagers, it has been considered as a fire way for tourists to have a Tibet Holiday.

Moreover, to the westerners, the simplicity of the inhabitant of Tibet in their day to day life is unimaginable. More importantly, the unfaltering and spiritual faith of the inhabitant which seems to prevail has also similarly diminished the hardship. The landscape of this place is stark and yet its beauty is still a thing of drama. Yet, the perception of most visitors is still that Tibet is one of the great highlights of their traveling life. This article centers on the itinerary focus on traveling from the UK to Tibet on holidays.

Day 1: United Kingdom to Chengdu

The average flight time from the United Kingdom to Chengdu is about 12 hours and 35 minutes. One of the most popular airlines to explore from London to Chengdu is Air China. While the average mile from London to Chengdu is about 5,143, the cheapest price is 373 euro. Though there is no direct flight from London to Chengdu, virtually all airlines offer only one option of stopping over along the way mainly for the convenience of prospective travelers. Most flights take off from the Heathrow Airport or Gatwick Airport in the United Kingdom. With respect to the time of departure, there are plenty of services to expect in the stopover terminals. All passengers will be checked and processed by the custom and immigration services upon arrival from London to Chengdu. All passengers will also be met and transferred to respective hotels in time for accommodation.

Day 2: Chengdu to Lhasa

For anyone taking the first trip to Tibet either on holidays or for the purpose of tourism, or for those that are embarking on the journey for the second or third time, from the United Kingdom. After taking a flight to Chengdu, then Lhasa is the second destination. Chengdu is the point of start after they may have engaged in many things around the city since arrival from London. The best is to board a train from Chengdu to Lhasa, It is the third shortest means with regards to the total duration of the trip. The Chengdu to Lhasa train takes about 12 hours to arrive from the Chengdu railway station. You can also make use airlines in your trip to Lhasa. Its about 768 miles and the average travel time is 4 hours 21 minutes. Upon arrival at the airport in Lhasa, you’ll meet the local guides who will be in charge of transferring you to your hotels. The rest of the days will be purposely for leisure in order to get acclimatized with the climate of Lhasa. In the next morning, you will take a stroll to the spectacular Place of Potala in Lhasa which has served as a symbolic heart of the Tibetan Nation for many centuries. In the afternoon, the other main tourist attraction in Lhasa, the Jokhang temple. In the next morning, you’ll take a short visit to Norbulingka which translates at the Treasure Garden and it can also be referred to as the Summer Palace. History has revealed that the summer palace was the residence of great Dalai Lama until he reached the age of eighteen and was sure prepared to take greater responsibilities. In the afternoon, you’ll take a short ride to the 600-year-old monastery of Sera.

Day 3: Lhasa to Shigatse

The next trip Is to move from Lhasa to Shigatse along the south lines. The distance from Lhasa to Shigatse is about 300 km. You’ll be leaving Lhasa and migrating to Tibet’s second city which is Shigatse by railway lines. During your duration of travel, you’ll pass through the mountain peaks, rural villages, and several rivers. Towards the afternoon of arrival, you’ll have a chance to take a branch at the Tashilhuunpo monastery regarded as the home of Tibet’s largest number of monks. The giant building, prayer halls, and the temple is the most essential walled town in its own space.  Another center of attraction you’ll be opportune to explore is the Jampa Temple which houses the world’s largest gilded statue. One other center of tourism is the Monstery’s assembly hall which catches the attention of travelers with its stunning courtyards.

Day 4. Shigatse to Gyantse

The next morning, you will be visiting a traditional Tibetan’s family house. This particular house is a great insight into the culture of the city of Tibet and it serves as the central role religion plays in the lives of the citizens. In the afternoon, you’ll be exploring the Pelkor Chode Monastery and the Gyantse kumbum monument. The building is about 35metres high and it’s on six floors filled with numerous numbers of exquisite natural paintings. Founded in the 14th century, the Monastery is surrounded by ancient red-bricked battlements and it still receives attention by an array of pilgrims wondering about the existence of this site. Undoubtedly, it is one of the Tibet’s eye-grabbing centers.

Day 5. Gyantse to Lhasa

In the next day, the next journey is leaving Gyantse to Yamdrok Lake and Karo La Glacier, one of the most outstanding scenery in the universe. It is advised to come along with a camera to make use of the opportunity to take mesmerizing pictures that is sure to serve a purpose of remembrance throughout your lifetime.

Day 6: Lhasa to Chengdu

In the next morning, transfer back to the airport from your hotel and board a flight going back to Chengdu. Upon arrival at Chengdu, you’ll then take a short tour of the city. The People’s park and the Wide and Narrow Valleys are one of the great places to explore. Another center of attraction in Chengdu is the home of China’s largest habitats if Pandas, Chengdu Panda Breeding and Research Centre.

Day 7: Chengdu Back to United Kingdom

In the next morning, transfer back to Chengdu International Airlines to take a flight back to the United Kingdom.

There you have it! Some of the itinerary focuses attractions during your travel from the United Kingdom to Tibet.


2 Comments

Preston Croman · July 27, 2018 at 7:24 am

With thanks! Valuable information!

    traveltotibet · July 27, 2018 at 8:18 am

    Thank you! : ) If you plan to travel to Tibet, please feel free to contact me. I will help you get your Tibet permits and arrange this tour for you. : )

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