Tour Cost Includes
Accommodation on twin sharing basis at Hotel Holiday Inn (NW or SW) or Hotel Himalaya or Hotel Yak in Lhasa and best available hotel and lodges enroute with daily breakfast. All ground transfers, sightseeing, monastery entrance fees, English speaking guides where applicable.
Tour Cost Excludes
All expenses of personal nature, airport departure taxes, Nepal re-entry fee, extra cost in the event of landslides, road blockages, hiring of porters and additional transportation, Tibet/China Visa Fee and Urgent visa charges, airfare.
Booking conditions and visa arrangement
Confirmed reservation should reach us 2 weeks prior to tour departure date along with US$150 non-refundable deposit per person.
We require following details for booking:
Date of Birth
Cost of visa fee varies for every national. A normal visa fee is applicable if the visa is processed on 5 full working day basis. An urgent fee of US$ 20 additional is applicable for the visa to be processed in 3 days and US$40 additional, if the visa is to be processed within a day. Newa Travels and Tours will process visa for you.
There will be a cancellation charge of 50% for the confirmed bookings up to 7 days prior to departure whereas, there will be no refund thereafter. There will also be no refund for not showing up and delayed arrivals for whatsoever reason.
Wear casual and comfortable walking shoes. Be sure to bring warm clothing as nights and early mornings can be quite chilly to downright cold in winter months. Bring all the film, medicine, cosmetics, personal toilet items, etc. that you'll need from home as these are difficult if not impossible to obtain in Tibet. A small first aid kit would also be helpful.
As Lhasa lies at over 12,000 feet, you may experience some of the minor symptoms and discomfort of altitude sickness until your body adjusts to the elevation. This can take from a few hours to a couple of days, depending on the individual. Drinking plenty of non-alcoholic liquids and avoiding dehydration is a must.
Full travel insurance coverage, particularly for trip cancellation and interruption, is strongly recommended.
The units of currency for foreigners is the Yuan (US$1= 8 Yuan). Money can be exchanged at The Bank of China at Zhangmu, Xigatse and Lhasa. In case the banks are closed we suggest you ask for a loan from your guide.
Write to us for further details.