- Day 1 Kathmandu-Dram,2300mts, 120Km
Start your tour from Kathmandu at 7 Am and ride up and down in the forested mountain with beautiful villages located on the mountain slops. Walk acrossFriendship Bridge , meet by our representative from Tibet , clear immigration procedure and continuously ride to Dram, known as Dzangmu. Hotel
- Day 2 Dram-Dingri,4390mts, 180Km
You will start your tour at 9 Am and on the Nepal Tibet friendship high way via two big mountain passes, known as Thongla pass,5120mts from which you can have a fantastic view of first Himlayan mountain range and mount Shisha Pangma,8000mts and Lalung la pass,5090mts and finally reach Old Dingri with a view of mount Everest and Joyo. Old Dingri is one of the popular places to stop a night in order to view mount Everest for tourists especially for those who are unable to go to Mount Everestbecause of altitude problem. Guest house
- Day 3 Dingri-Shigatse,3900mts, 300Km
You will start your tour at around 8.30Am from Dingri and drive through two big mountain passes, Gyatso la 5220Mts,Tsola 4450mts and some beautiful villages
- Day 4 Shigatse - Lhasa ,3650mts, 280Km
Am Visit Tashi Lhunpo monastery which is the seat of the Penchen Lama and the largest Gelukpa monastery in Tsang region. After the lunch, ride along the Yarlung Tsangpo river which is started from the western part of Tibet near Kailash and it flows through the Tsang region, Nyingtri, the easten forest region of Tibet and finally it flows in to the bay of Bengal. There is a beautiful landscape on the way with sand done.Hotel
- Day 5 visit Potalal Palace, Jokang temple and Bharkor Bazar.
POTALA PALACE the Potala is considered one of the great wonders of the world. It is held sacred by Tibetans as the former residence of successive Dalai Lamas, and is one of Tibet 's most holy pilgrimage sites. A palace was originally built in the 7 th century by King Songtsen Gampo, and was believed to have been nine stories high, but around the 9 th century it is believed to have been destroyed by a big fire. The present Potala Palace was constructed by the great fifth Dalai Lama in the 17 th century after he became ruler of Tibet . The Potala Palace is divided into two sections, the White Palace (completed in 1653) and Red palace (completed 1694). It has more than one thousand rooms and is thirteen stories high. The White Palace was secular in nature and mainly used for government administration, whilst the Red palace was mainly used for religious functions and still has numerous chapels, including those containing reliquary stupas of the successive Dalai Lamas which are richly decorated in gold, silver and semi-precious stones.
JOKANG TEMPLE the Jokang is Tibet 's most sacred temple, the main point of pilgrims from the entire Tibetan plateau. Located at the heart of the ancient town of Lhasa , it was built in the 7 th century by the Tibetan King Songtsen Gampo's queen Bhrikuti on a site identified by Queen Wencheng according to her geomantic calculation. The temple is 3 stories high and it is constructed with enormous chapels including the most sacred statue of Budhha Shakyamuni, enshrined. It has around 70 monks nowadays.
ANCIENT BHARKOR STREET is the most sacred pilgrimage site in Lhasa and it is full of pilgrims from down till dusk. There are four huge prayer flags situated in Bhakor street which surrounds the Jokang, known respectively as Gadhen Dharchen in the northeast, Juyak Dharchen in the west, Kelsang Dharchen in the southwest and SharKyaring Dharchen in the southeast. The Bharkor street is the most active market in all Tibet and it is possible to purchase traditional Tibetan artifacts, religious implements, antiques, modern goods, books, music, clothing, spices, fresh meat and vegetable. Hotel
- Day 6 Visit Drepung & Sera monasteries
DREPUNG MONASTERY is the largest monastery in Tibet , built in the 15 th century by Jamyang Choeje who is one of Tsongkapa's foremost disciple. The monastery is beautifully located up in a hill at the distance of 7 Km from the old section of the city and it is the biggest monastery in Tibetan Buddhism. The monastery has four main colleges with numerous small chapels and house chapels, known as Khangtsen in Tibetan. There are around six hundred monks nowadays.
SERA MONASTERY was founded in around 15th century by Jamchen Choeje who is another famous disciple of Tsongka pa and it is the second largest monastery of Tibet. There are three big colleges with numerous chapels and house chapels. The most attraction to visit this monastery is to see the monks debating which hold from 3-5Pm everyday apart from Sunday. Hotel
- Day 7 Lhasa-Yamdrok lake-Gyangtse,3950mts, 270Km
You will start your tour at around 9Am from your hotel and then ride towards Gyangtse through 3 big mountain passes, Kampa La, Karo La, Simila respectively. Karola is the highest pass among them which is over 5000Mts with it's most beautiful glaciers, beautiful Yamdrok lake emerged as coral color from the top of Khampala pass. You will have your lunch at Nakartse country which is just between the Yamdrok lake and Karola glaciers.
- Day 8 Gyangtse-Shigatse,3900mts, 90Km
Ride from your hotel to Palchoe monastery which is just 5 minutes, Park all the motor bikes at the entry gate of the monastery while you are visiting the monastery. Our driver will take care of the bikes there. Palchoe monastery is one of the second largest monastery in the Tsang region and it has more than 700 hundred years history, built by local chieftain called Rabten Kunsang. Within the monastery, you will also visit Kubum stupa which is the largest stupa in the central Tibet , also built by Rebtan Kunsang. After the sightseeing, ride to Shigatse and on the you can see huge farming land with flocks of villages on both side of the road. They grow lots of different kinds of crops and vegetables so it is one of the biggest farming lands inTibet . hotel
- Day 9 Shigatse-Shegar (New Dingri ) 4050mts, 240Km
You will start your tour at around 8.30Am from your hotel and ride through two big mountain passes, Tsola 4550Mts/ Gyatso la 5220Mts and some beautiful villages and the view of Mount Everest from the foot of Gyatso la pass.
- Day 10 Shegar-Rongbuk monastery,5000mts, 100Km
You will start your tour at 9Am and ride through Pangla pass 5000Mts from which you will have a fantastic view of Mount Everest, Lhotse and Makalu respectively which are over 8000Mts. After your lunch in Rongbuk monastery, you will visit the world's highest monastery, Rongbuk. When the sun sets, you will have a fantastic view ofMount Everest in the red colored sun shade. After the lunch, ride to Everest Base camp and enjoy the most beautiful view of mount Everest and take group photos with motor bikes with a background of mount Everest in your photos. After finishing all activity, return to Rongbuk monastery. Guest house
- Day 11 Rongbuk monastery-Old Dingri,4390mts, 70Km
Ride across another Pangla pass,5000mts and descend down in the valley and get to Old Dingri. Old Dingri is one of the popular places to stop a night in order to view mount Everest for tourists especially for those who are unable to go to Mount Everestbecause of altitude problem. Hotel
- Day 12 Old Dingri-Dram,2300mts, 180Km
You will start your tour at 8.30 Am and drive your last day along the friendship high way through Nyalam. Ride across the Lalung la pass,5090mts, and descend up to Thongla pass,5120mts again. Your last stop for taking photos of Himalayan mountain range, a great view of Himalayan mountain range and Mount Shisha Pangma,8000mts which is one of the most popular mountain peaks to the world most famous mountain climbers. After the pass, it is an easy ride down in the valley.
- Day 13 Dram-Friendship bridge,2300mts, 8Km
Ride for 8Km down to friendship bridge and met by our representative from Nepal , clear immigration procedure and obtain your Nepali visa & transfer to Kathmandu . Driving up and down in the forested mountain with beautiful villages on the slops of the both side mountains.