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8 Days Lhasa to Kathmandu Overland Tour

Nov.-Mar. From USD 998
Apr.-Oct. From USD 1050
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1. Based on double occupancy.
2. Comfortable hotels in cities and guesthouses in some remote places.
3. Flight and train are not included.
4. Tour cost is only for reference, please inquire for detailed quotation.
5. The more people, the cheaper cost.
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    In order to make it easier for you to choose the right trip, we have graded our trips with certain Trip Level System from 1 to 4 according to the degree of activities and altitude. We have also suggested the most suitable groups or individuals for each Trip Level.
    In the Trip Overview of each itinerary there is also a brief description of what the Trip is like.
    Our staffs at the Explore Tibet are always happy to answer any questions you have and guide you to the trip that best suits your interests and level of fitness.
    1. Easy
    Light walking and hiking that is suitable for all level of fitness, generally altitude range between 3500m/9800ft to 4000m/13000ft. Hotels and guesthouses accommodation.
    Suitable for family with kids and senior groups.

    2. Moderate
    May included moderate level of hiking, biking, horse riding and maximum altitude of 5000m/16000ft. Hotels and guesthouses accommodation.
    Suitable for family with kids bigger than 12 years, individual having average level for fitness.

    3. Moderate to Strenuous
    May include high altitude hiking up to 6 hours, long hour driving and sometimes overnight at around 5000m/16000ft, require a moderately high level of fitness, camping and basic lodging facility.
    Suitable for adult family, individuals physically fit and have experiences of high altitude trekking.

    4. Strenuous
    May include high altitude trekking and mountaineering, camping and basic lodging facilities, altitude range from 3600m/9800ft to 6000m/19000ft.
    Suitable for adventures and individual with physically fit and healthy.

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8 Days Lhasa to Kathmandu overland tour was closed since the deadly earthquake in Kathmand in April 2015, recently Tibet tourism bureau announced the opening of the border for foreign travelers and it bring dreams of many travelers around the world, before 2015, the Tibet overland group tour was one of the best selling Tibet tours.
This Tibet overland tour includes couple of days in Lhasa see the world famous archtecture Potala palace, World heritage Jokhang temple, livelyhood Tibetan cultural street Bakhor and other monastic colleges, then after the acclimatization in Lhasa, the tour start heading toward great Himalayans, an overnight at the Everest Base Camp will remark this tour as once in a lifetime experiences with picturesque of the world highest peak Mt Everest (8848m) right in front of your eyes, after seeing the sunrise of the Everest, you will slowly going down to Gyirong valley, which is also known as Kyirong, where it has lower altitude and sub-tropical climate. This overland group tour ends at the Nepal Tibet border, Kyirong/Gyirong border and then cross the border to Nepal. You will get Nepal visa at the arrival. The Lhasa to Kathmandu overland tour is one of the most adventurous tours in Tibet.
Is Everest Base Camp closed? actually it is never closed and Rongbuk monastery is just at Everest Base Camp, you can check details of the rumor that says Everest Base Camp was closed.
 
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Days Trip Outline Activity Accommodation
Day 1 Arrival in Lhasa (3680m) Pick up and transfer to hotel, rest at hotel. Tashi Takgye / Heritage hotel
Day 2 Lhasa sightseeing Bakhor streetJohkang TemplePotala Palace Tashi Takgye / Heritage hotel
Day 3 Lhasa sightseeing Sera MonasteryDrepung Monastery Tashi Takgye / Heritage hotel
Day 4 Lhasa-Shigatse (3900m), 350km, approx 7hrs Yamdrok LakeKarola GlacierKumbum Stupa Manasarovar/Gesar Hotel
Day 5 Shigatse- Sakya - Shegar (4200m), 290km, approx 6hrs Tashi Lhunpo monastery, Sakya monastery Tibet Roof of World Grand Hotel
Day 6 Shegar - EBC (5100m), 110km, approx 2.5hrs Everest Base CampRongbuk monastery EBC guesthouse
Day 7 EBC - Old Tingri - Gyirong/Kyirong (3680m), 350km, approx 6hrs Mt. Shishapama, Peikutso lake, Kyirong Valley Kyirong Local hotel
Day 8 Depart from Tibet Border Gyirong Port send off to the Gyirong Border and leave to KTM  


If you want to have a single room during the hotel nights or no one else sharing the room with you, then you need to pay the single room supplement fee, please check the single room supplement fee as in the below table;

 Months   Cost of single room supplement fee in USD 
Jan - Jun and Sept - Dec   USD161
Jul and Aug  USD194

Fixed Departure Dates

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Tour Cost Included:
- All necessary travel permits to Tibet;
- Entrance ticket fees for all the sight spots listed in the itinerary;
- Vehicle and guide entrances for the Everest Natural Reserve;
- Private transportation in Tibet with experienced local Tibetan driver: Ranging from 4WD land cruiser to minibus depending on the group size and trip route (car gasoline is included), See vehicle photos here;
- Private guide: English speaking local Tibetan guide;
- Lodging: Comfortable class hotel: Tashi Takgye hotel / Tashi Noda hotel in Lhasa, Gesar hotel in Shigatse and local distinguished tent guesthouse at EBC, local comfortable hotel in Kyirong;
- Free shuttle Pick-up and send-off services at the beginning (Check shuttle bus frequency below);
- Bottle water;
- A mobile with local SIM card for the group ( it can receive international call and text messages also);
- Oxygen: One big Oxygen tank in the car (4L or 7L);

- Meals: only breakfast is included ;
- Lodging and meals for guide and drivers;
- First aid kit;
Tour Cost Excluded:
 -Travel insurance covers trip cancellation and emergency evacuation (recommended to buy from your home country before you leave);
- Expenses of a personal nature (alcoholic beverages, laundry, phone call, etc.);
- International and domestic flight/train tickets.(Note: we accept flights and train tickets bookings in advance, please check the updated cost and tickets availability with our travel consultant);
- Meals - lunches and dinners, averagely a meal in Tibet cost around USD5 per person;
- Gratuities for the guide and driver.

DAY 1: ARRIVAL IN LHASA AND MEET WITH YOUR FELLOW TRAVELLERS
To get to Lhasa, you can take the panoramic flight over the Himalayas from mainland China or Kathmandu, or the stunning rain journey to Lhasa, which crosses the high Tanggula Mountain Range via the Tanggula Pass at 5,076 meters. On your arrival in the Tibetan capital’s railway station or airport, our guide and driver will be there to meet you and transfer you to your hotel in Lhasa. From the airport in Gonggar County, it is a 60km, hour-long drive back to the capital, while the 25km trip from the railway station across the Lhasa River takes only 30 minutes. Once settled into your hotel you can meet your fellow travelers and rest for the remainder of the day to allow your body to acclimatize to the increased altitude.
Stay overnight in Lhasa.

Note: If your arrival time is different from our free airport shuttle bus (see bottom of this page to see airport shuttle bus timing), then we will arrange private airport pick up which cost CNY400, all the train station pick up and transfer can be arranged without any additional cost. Please let us know your arrival time and detail information of flights/train.

Tibet Group tour visit to Potala palace in Lhasa | Explore Tibet     
 

DAY 02. LHASA ESCORTED TOUR. 
Attractions; Potala palaceJokhang temple and bustling Bakhor street
The first full day on the plateau may leave you with a mild headache from altitude sickness while you get used to the higher elevation of the Tibetan capital. This normally subsides within a day or two. Remember to take it easy and drink plenty of water to stay hydrated.
 
After breakfast, your guide will meet you at your hotel to take you to the sacred Jokhang Temple, the oldest Buddhist temple in Tibet and the main focal point of pilgrim worship. From there, we will walk around the famous Barkhor Street, which runs around the Jokhang Temple and serves as the ritual kora route for the Buddhist pilgrims. One of Asia’s most unique markets and a great introduction to modern Tibetan culture, Barkhor Street is a unique experience in Tibet and is a great place for souvenir shopping.
 
In the afternoon, we will visit the famous Potala Palace, the most visited landmark in Tibet and a unique example of ancient Tibetan architecture. The modern palace is built on the site of a 7th century fortress that was constructed by the Tibetan king, Songtsen Gampo, The fortress was badly damaged by the 17th century, when the Red and White palaces of Potala were constructed, on the orders of the 5th Dalai Lama. The palace was the seat of the Dalai Lama’s power until the monastic government was moved to Norbulingka in the 18th century.
Stay overnight in Lhasa.

Tibet group tour to Drepung monastery     
 

DAY 03.  LHASA ESCORTED TOUR II
Attractions; Drepung monastery and Sera monastery.
Today we will visit Drepung monastery, which lies to the northwest of the capital, and is one of the world’s largest monasteries. At the high point of the Dalai Lama’s rule of Tibet, the monastery housed more than 10,000 monks. Formerly the official residence of the Dalai Lama, this huge monastery is filled with winding alleys and lanes through the monastic quarters, which are great for exploring.
 
The day’s adventures will finish with a visit to Sera Monastery, to the north of the city center of Lhasa. Home to over 600 monks, this 15th century university monastery was constructed by a disciple of the Buddhist master, Je Tsongkhapa, the founder of the Gelug School of Tibetan Buddhism. While we are here, we will get the chance to see the unique theological and philosophical debates of the Buddhist monks and lamas in the debating courtyard. It is normally okay to take photos, as long as the monks agree to it first. 
Stay overnight in Lhasa.
    Tibet group tour to Gyantse kumbum stupa | Explore Tibet
 

DAY 04 LHASA(3600m) - GYANTSE (3900m) - SHIGATSE(3900m), 350 km, 7hrs.
Attractions; Yamdrok lakeMt.Nyechen Kangsar glacierGyantse Kubum stupa and Pelkhor Choede monastery.
We begin our journey west, by zigzagging up to the crest of the Gampa La pass (4,794m), to get the most outstanding view of the holy Yamdrok Lake, its turquoise waters shimmering in the sun and the snowy Nyenchen Khangsar Mountain in the distance. We will stop alongside the lake as we pass along the northern shores, before heading to the small town of Nagartse for a locally-prepared lunch.
 
After a delicious lunch, we will continue along the road to Gyantse, passing through the delightful Tibetan villages along the route, and stopping to view the beautiful Mount Nyenchen Kangsar glacier at Karo La (5,150m). In Gyantse, we will stop at the Pelkor Chode Monastery to tour the monastery and visit the amazing Kumbum Stupa. With nine levels and 108 separate chapels, this 32-meter stupa is the only one of its kind in Tibet.
In the late afternoon, we will make the short journey to Shigatse, just 90km to the west.
Stay overnight in Shigatse.

    Tibet Sakya monastery assembly hall

DAY 05. SHIGATSE – SHEGAR (4100m) AND VISIT SAKYA MONASTERY, 200km,4hrs.
Attractions: Tashi Lhunpo monastery, Sakya monastery.
This morning, we will visit the Tashilhunpo Monastery, then drive along the Friendship Highway to Shegar, via Lhatse. En route we will visit the mysterious Sakya Monastery, after crossing the Tso La pass, which lies at 4,500 meters above sea level. Sakya is unique for its color, and is one of the most important sects in Tibetan Buddhism. Sakya literally means “Grey Soil”, and the name was derived from the Bon Bon Hill (Grey clay hill). Sakya monastery has two parts, divided by the Zongchu River. The Northern side of the monastery, built by Kon Konchok Gyalpo, is not active nowadays and was left in ruins. The southern part of the monastery, built by Dromgon Choegyal Phakpa, is where most of the rituals and praying happen. In the afternoon, we will drive on to Shegar, ready for the trip to Mount Everest.
 
Stay overnight at Shegar.
(Note: before leaving Shigatse, your guide needs time to obtain the Alien’s Travel Permit (ATP) from the local Public Security Bureau (PSB). The ATP is a required permit that will be issued for the border check at Shegar.)
Tibet group tour to Everest Base Camp | Explore Tibet     
 

DAY 06. SHEGAR – EBC(5100m)/Rongbuk monastery, 350km, 7hrs.
Attractions; Rongbuk monastery and Mt. Everest base camp.
Today we will drive straight to EBC and Rongbuk Monastery, crossing several passes along the way. Prepare yourself for your first view of the Himalayas at Gyatso La Pass (5,400m). You can actually see Mt. Everest in the distance from the viewing point at the pass.
 
A few kilometers after the border check point, we turn off the Friendship Highway and zig-zag our way up to Gawu La Pass (5,250m), a great spot for a view of all the Himalayan Mountains above 8,000 meters. From left to right you will see Mt. Makalu (8,463m), Mt. Lhotse (8,516m), Mt. Everest (8,848m), Mt. Cho Oyu (8,201m) and Mt. Shishapangma (8,020m).
 
After arriving at Rongbuk Monastery, we will settle into the Tibetan tent guesthouse where we will be staying the night. The Rongbuk Monastery houses both monks and nuns and is the “official” highest monastery in the world at 4,980 meters. In the afternoon, you will have time to explore around the Rongbuk Monastery area and get the best shot of the North Face of Mount Everest.
 
We’ll stay overnight in the tent guesthouse, unless you are there between November and March, when the tent guesthouses close and only Rongbuk Monastery guesthouse is available.
Stay overnight at EBC.
(Note: The original Everest Base Camp was restricted in February 2019 and the tourist base camp was moved to a point close to Rongbuk Monastery. Now, the Dza Rongbuk cave, just a short hike past the monastery itself, is the furthest point that travelers can go.)
     Tibet group tour from EBC to Shigatse | Explore tibet

DAY 07. RONGBUK (5000m) - OLD TINGRI (4390m) – KYIRONG(1800m), 
Attractions: Beautiful scenery over the Thong La Pass, impressive view of Mt. Shishapangma, Peiku Tso Lake.
 
As we wake the next morning, a striking view of luminous peaks is highlighted by the rising sun and it is bittersweet to say goodbye to this landscape that we have gotten to know so well. Next, we will drive south to Nepal and traverse the Thong La Pass (5,150m). Then we will drive alongside the Peiku Tso lake, where we get a great view of Mt Shishapangma (8,027m), the only mountain over 8,000 meters that is wholly in Tibet. As we gradually descend into the Kyirong Valley, through a series of switchback bends, the dry climate changes into a warm, moist environment and it is clear that we are drawing into the area of the Indian subcontinent. Our destination is the Tibet border town of Kyirong, which recently opened as the border crossing for travelers. Previously, the Zhangmu border crossing was closed after the deadly Nepal earthquake in April 2015.
 
Stay overnight in Kyirong.

 
Tibet Gyirong Border Opened Now    

DAY 08. KYIRONG (2300m) - SABRUBESI.

Attractions; Sino-Nepal Friendship Bridge, typical Nepalese villages and Langtang national park.
Today we drive down to the Friendship Bridge and our guide will help you to clear the Chinese Customs. From there, our Tibetan staff are not allowed any further, and it is time to say your farewells. Before your departure, we appreciate if you can spend a short time to evaluate our services either by filling the feedback form or simply sending us an email.
 
Once you have crossed the bridge into Nepal, your Nepal Entry Visa can be obtained on arrival by paying US$25 for a 15-day tourist visa. You can easily find jeeps and buses from the Nepalese border town to Kathmandu City. It is 149km from the border to Kathmandu, and you will pass through the stunning Langtang National Park.

Tour Cost Includes:
- All necessary travel permits to Tibet;
- Entrance ticket fees for all the sight spots listed in the itinerary;
- Vehicle and guide entrances for the Everest Natural Reserve;
- Private transportation in Tibet with experienced local Tibetan driver: Ranging from 4WD land cruiser to minibus depending on the group size and trip route (car gasoline is included), See vehicle photos here;
- Private guide: English speaking local Tibetan guide;
- Lodging: Comfortable class hotel: Tashi Takgye hotel / Tashi Noda hotel in Lhasa, Gesar hotel in Shigatse and local distinguished tent guesthouse at EBC, local comfortable hotel in Kyirong;
- Free shuttle Pick-up and send-off services at the beginning (Check shuttle bus frequency below);
- Bottle water;
- A mobile with local SIM card for the group ( it can receive international call and text messages also);
- Oxygen: One big Oxygen tank in the car (4L or 7L);

- Meals: only breakfast is included ;
- Lodging and meals for guide and drivers;
- First aid kit;
Tour Cost Excludes:
 -Travel insurance covers trip cancellation and emergency evacuation (recommended to buy from your home country before you leave);
- Expenses of a personal nature (alcoholic beverages, laundry, phone call, etc.);
- International and domestic flight/train tickets.(Note: we accept flights and train tickets bookings in advance, please check the updated cost and tickets availability with our travel consultant);
- Meals - lunches and dinners, averagely a meal in Tibet cost around USD5 per person;
- Gratuities for the guide and driver.

Important information for touring to Mt. Everest.

 

·      Best Season to Travel

 
Really, you can take the trip overland from Lhasa to Kathmandu at any time of the year. However, it can be a little better for travel and the convenience of visiting Everest Base Camp (EBC) in the spring and autumn seasons, from April to June and September to November. Summer can be a little wet as you move to the lower altitudes while crossing the border into Nepal, and winter can get a bit too chilly at EBC for some travelers
 
Spring and autumn are ideal though, and can make the trip even better than any other time of year. Warm weather, cooler nights, clearer skies, and bright sunshine help to make this a great tour to take in spring and autumn. And with the tour ending in Kathmandu in Nepal, where the peak seasons for Nepal’s famous treks are in spring and autumn, there is no better time to travel overland on this epic adventure.
 

·      Best part of the Tour
 

The best part of the tour depends on what you are looking for with your trip. For some, the monasteries of Drepung and Sera, famed throughout the Buddhist world, are the perfect destinations; or the ancient Jokhang Temple, which dates back to the dawn of Buddhism in Tibet and the legends of Songtsen Gampo and Princess Wencheng. The Potala Palace, the iconic symbol of Lhasa, is one of the more popular attractions of this tour, sitting high on its hill above the city. And for others, the lakes and mountains of the plateau are the best parts of the trip, especially the amazing stopover at Everest Base Camp en route to Nepal. But you can guarantee, whatever your interests in Tibet are, this iconic tour has something for everyone.

 
·      Unique Tour Attractions

 
One of the most unique attractions of this tour is the trip to the border with Nepal. The only international border crossing into Tibet is at Gyirong Port, where you will cross to Rasuwa Gadhi in Nepal. And getting there is the most unique journey ever. The route to Gyirong Port goes through Gyirong Town and the stunningly beautiful Gyirong Valley area, known as the backyard garden of Mount Everest. 
 
Classed as one of the most beautiful high-altitude alpine valleys in the world, the Gyirong Valley remains almost completely untouched by progress and civilization. The natural landscapes and scenery are some of the most outstanding in Tibet, and the trip through the valley will leave you eager to come back again. Of course, you will also stop to visit the famous Everest Base Camp, which is a unique attraction in itself and the most popular tourist destination in Tibet.

 
·      Altitude Changes of Tour

 
There can be no doubt that this is the most varied of all the tours of Tibet when it comes to altitudes. At the highest points, you will reach altitudes of up to 5,400 meters above sea level. However, the lowest point of the whole tour is in Kathmandu, in Nepal, where you will drop down to around just 1,400 meters, 4,000 meters below the highest part of the trip. The altitudes along the trip rise and fall, as you travel over high passes and to EBC. However, from Mount Everest, your elevation is only going down, as you descend to Gyirong Town at 2,300 meters, Gyirong Port at 1,850 meters, and then on down to Kathmandu.
 
Different altitudes of the 8-day Lhasa to Kathmandu Overland Tour
 
8Days Lhasa to Kathmandu overland tour- Explore Tibet
 

·      Top Hotels

 
Whilst you are in Lhasa, you will have a wide choice of hotels, from luxurious five starred delight to basic guesthouses, and everything in between. IN Shigatse, you will also be able to experience decent hotels, up to as high as 4-star accommodation. However, outside the major cities, most accommodation is a little more basic.
 
For your stop in EBC, you will be able to choose from the Tent Guesthouses at the base camp itself or the Rongbuk Monastery Guesthouse. While the monastery guesthouse is slightly better (because you have solid walls and roof), there is very little in the differences. Both do not have running water, neither have showers, and the toilets are both outside, and are squat-type toilets. You will need to bring your own toilet paper too, as there is never any in the toilets. And don’t forget your sleeping bag, as you probably do not want to sleep on the blankets, since they are not washed after each use.
 
However, once you leave EBC for Kathmandu, accommodations get better once again. As you arrive in the small town of Gyirong, around 24 kilometers from the border, you will notice that there are a few decent hotels to stay in, rather than just the rustic guesthouses that many small towns and villages have. And as the last place you will stay overnight in Tibet, it is kind of fitting to be able to relax in a decent hotel with a hot shower. 
 
The best hotels in the town to stay in include the Shigatse Silver Star Hotel, the Mount Everest Backyard Garden Business Hotel, the Shigatse Gyirong Shengyuan Hotel, or the Gyirong Shengtai Hotel, all of which are good 3-star hotels. The town even has a hostel, which you can stay in for a lot less than the hotels. And the Gyirong Hand & Hand International Hostel is well equipped with free Wi-Fi, two, four, and six person rooms, and above-average facilities. 
 
·      Tour Popularity
 
IN terms of popularity of touring, the overland tours between Lhasa and Kathmandu are the second most popular tours in Tibet. Covering around 27% of all the tours in Tibet, this 8-day tour from Lhasa to Kathmandu is hugely popular. With the beauty of the route’s natural scenery and the wonderful mountain landscapes as you cross the mighty Himalayas, there is no better way to reach the exotic Newari capital of Kathmandu. And you can take the tour the other way around as well, starting in Nepal and ending in Lhasa. 
 
Group Tours in 2019 (January - October)
Everest Tour

 
Rest assured, you are in good hands when you travel with Explore Tibet. As the first group tour operator on the Tibetan Plateau, we’ve accumulated tons of valuable experience leading tours over the years. Your safety and travel experience is paramount to us and we have constantly refined our practices to ensure our customers have the smoothest and most comfortable journey possible.
At Explore Tibet, we are not just your tour guides, drivers and travel consultants, but we are also your friends and hosts. We understand that you may be unused to this new environment, so we have taken these extra precautions at no extra cost to you.
Every tour group is equipped with:

1.  First Aid Kit
Besides a fully equipped kit in every vehicle, all of our tour guides have received First Aid Kit training from Aerie Backcountry Medicine, and are Wilderness Medicine Essentials Course certified.

First Aid in Tibet by Explore Tibet

2.  Oxygen Cylinder
All our cars are equipped with an oxygen cylinder (4L to 7L) for group use and if the oxygen runs out, our guide will refill the cylinder either in Lhasa or Shigatse. 

Oxygen tank provided by Explore Tibet

3.  Bottled Waters
As Tibet, has a dry and sunny climate, staying hydrated is very important. But since tap water in Tibet is not safe for consumption, we provide bottled mineral water for all of our groups.

Drinking water in Tibet

4.  Mobile Phone with Local SIM Card
When we say 24-hour service, we mean it. Every tour group comes with a dedicated mobile phone with all of our contact information already loaded and a local SIM card, so you can reach us at any time.

Mobile and local SIM in Tibet

5.  Specially Designed Explore Tibet Lhasa Map
Our itineraries hit the right balance of arranged activities and free time. To make the most of your free time, we’ve prepared a specially designed, handy Lhasa guide and map with our recommendations of what to eat and see.

Tibet Lhasa Map by Explore Tibet

And there are more surprises and extra services from Explore Tibet that will enrich your Tibet tour with full of wonders and excitement, please check with your Trip Advisor what are other extra services that only Explore Tibet can provide.
Free Airport Shuttle Bus:

In order to make it more convenient for our clients, we have arranged two shuttle buses a day, one in the morning and the other in the afternoon. So when you are purchasing the flight tickets, please take the shuttle bus timing into consideration. Of course, if you don’t want to wait for the shuttle bus, we can arrange a private airport pick-up and transfer for you, this service costs USD60 per time.

Shuttle bus pick-up time at the beginning of the tour:
1st shuttle bus departs from the airport at 12:30 2nd shuttle bus departs from the airport at 16:00

Shuttle bus transfer time at the end of the tour:
1st shuttle bus departs from the hotel at 7:30am 2nd shuttle bus departs from the hotel at 11:00am

Note:
If you miss the free shuttle bus because of your flight delay or cancellation, then you will have to pay for the private airport pick-up, which costs USD60 per time. Also, please make sure to update your tour consultant about your new flight schedule.

Train station pick-up is totally for free, but sometimes you may need to wait for other travelers’ arrival around the same time.

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