Tour from Lhasa to Kathmandu
Fortunately being the closest neighbours, Tibet and Nepal are one of the high definition tourism spots especially when Mother Nature strikes with some monsoon vibes. Bearing the border within the Himalayan range, both bears Everest base camps at the bottom of Mt. Everest. Overland tour all the way from Tibet to Nepal via EBC is one hell of an adventure to have. Covering long kilo meters all the way from Tibet to Nepal on 4 wheels while exploring high mountains, roadsides, and lakes while meeting distinct people from distinct regions along with different taste on taste buds, Tibet overland tour to Nepal is truly a breath-taking one to experience.
We decided to delve the mountain adventure from Tibetan plateau to the Nepalese EBC while exploring the fabled stories of Lhasa, Gyantse, and Shigatse Gyirong border via EBC and it turns out to be super adventurous on a high-scale.
We begin moving from an 830-kilometer route from non-other than the friendship highway linking the holy Lhasa to great Nepal. Exploring the sacred Lhasa was worthy enough. The First destination was non-other than the Potala Palace. Afterward, we went to the standpoint of Lhasa to have the panoramic view of the town from 3750-meters high. Lastly, we decided on progressing further miles while joining pilgrims at Jokhang temple and visiting the great Buddha Sakyamuni statue.
The friendship highway accelerated us 1,750 meters to the Nepal border while covering many daunting spots in between. We moved through tortious lakes and Himalayan mammoths all the way to experience the sculpture-filled rooms of the Kumbum Chorten and fresco in the old-school town of Gyantse. The mysterious Pelkor Chode Monastery was the right limelight of Gyantse. We further trek down to explore the famous Shigatse and yes, not missing the tremendous great oratorical Tashilunpo Monastery. Following the itinerary, next target was set high and so was achieved. We crawled further to the Rongbuk valley close to the foot of Mt. Everest past the astonishing Pang La pass while staring and vowing at the great sights of four of the world’s seven highest peaks. Makalu, Lhotse, Everest, and Cho Oyu were genuinely breath-taking to explore.
Lastly, after rongbuk we twirled through the usual Lhasa-Kathmandu roadway through the splendid Tingri plain dropping down 10,000 feet to the flourishing Nepal while wrapping the last awe-inspiring spots, austere Tibetan Plateau, and the indispensable Gyirong. On our way to Gyirong to Tingri, the map started with the breath-taking sights of high-sky Mountains wrapping with Shishapangma Peak and Pekutso Lake.