Overland Journey from Tibet to Nepal is one of the most favorite overland journeys for many Travelers. Many Travelers will travel to China, take train or flight to Tibet and finally will enjoy the beautiful overland journey towards Nepal through the Zhangmu border but it has been closed since April 2015 due to the earthquake at Nepal which has affected many areas at the Border.
After the closing of Nepal border Zhangmu, Tibet Autonomous Region Central has focused on opening the Kyirong border for local trades and Chinese Travelers to Nepal but now the good news is on August 28th there is already confirmation that Kyirong border to Nepal will be also available to travel for all the Travelers including Asian and Westerners.
Kyirong is one of the hidden beauty regions in Tibet, once many great Tibetan masters used to meditate near Kyirong including Maha Guru Milarepa, Drak kar Taso meditation cave of Jetsun Milarepa can be seen on the way to Kyirong.
Kyirong is rich in Nature, beautiful white snow mountains, peaceful green forest and Phikutso Lake, which can be seen on the way to Kyirong.
The overland journey from Lhasa to Kyirong border will be around 8-9 days including the days in Lhasa and Mount Everest Base Camp, if not including Mount Everest base camp it will be around 6-7 days.
This is a great news for all the Travelers to enjoy the beautifully hidden natures in Tibet and also a great way to travel to Nepal.
For more information on traveling overland journey to Nepal Border, send us Email at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also join our 9-day Group Tour from Lhasa to Mount Everest Base camp towards Nepal Border through Kyirong.
9-day Group tour to Mt. Everest Base camp / Kyirong Nepal Border / Kathmandu
This journey will start by exploring the holy city of Lhasa. You will see the main Buddhist sites in the city including Jokhang Temple, Drepung Monastery, Norbulingka Palace, Sera Monastery and the Potala Palace. You will also be able to explore the Old Town of Lhasa and rub shoulders with some of the thousands of pilgrims who are here each day. Altogether, you will spend 3 nights in Lhasa. Next, you will make the scenic drive to Shigatse going via Yamdrok Lake, Karo La Glacier, and the Gyantse Kumbum Stupa. From Shigatse, you will then drive to the North Face Base Camp of Mt. Everest where you will be rewarded with an up-close view of the world’s highest peak! From Everest, you will then drive to Old Tingri where you will see more view of Himalaya, after driving to Kyirong and towards Kathmandu, Nepal. This will be an amazing journey that will allow you to see many of the best places Tibet has to offer! visit below link for more detail on our 9-day Group Tour to Nepal border with available dates.
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