Summer Lhasa Katmandu Overland (With Tour Leader)


Lhasa to Kathmandu Overland Tour is one of the best and most adventurous ways to enter from the roof of the world, Tibet, via a high-altitude highway into the neighboring county, Nepal. Travel along this route will offer you the chance to get insights into the landscape, culture, tradition, art, and hospitality of two countries which is well preserved to this day, along with a peek into the culture and landscape of Tibet and Nepal.


D01: Kuala Lumpur / Singapore – Chengdu
D02: Chengdu – Lhasa (2.5 hours flight, altitude acclimatization, free and easy day)
D03: Lhasa (Potala Palace, Jokhang Monastery, Barkhor Street)
D04: Lhasa – Yamdrot Lake – Lhasa
D05: Lhasa – Namtso – DangXiong
D06: DangXiong – Shigatse
D07: Shigatse – Tingri
D08: Tingri – Everest Base Camp
D09: Tingri – Lake Pelku – Gyirong Port
D10: Gyirong Port – Kathmandu
D11: Kathmandu (free and easy day)
D12: Kathmandu – Kuala Lumpur / Singapore

Tour FeeRM 8,800/ pax

Fee Includes:

  1. Accommodation (City stay in hotel, 2-sharing basis; Everest Base Camp stay at campsite, multiple-sharing)
  2. Breakfast (Except Everest Base Camp)
  3. Chartered transport (tourist bus, vehicle model depends on group size)
  4. Local tour guide (Chinese speaking)
  5. Tibet entry permit
  6. Chengdu-Lhasa one-way domestic flight
  7. Nepal visa fee
  8. Entrance fee as per itinerary
  9. Tips (for local guide & driver)

Fee Excludes:

  1. Chinese visa fee (single entry tourist visa RM 105, the fee is subject to change)
  2. Kuala Lumpur-Chengdu & Kathmandu-Kuala Lumpur one-way air ticket (Estimated air fare from RM 3,000. Once the trip is confirmed, LevArt will provide flights schedule and inform members for self-purchase online)
  3. Meals (except hotel breakfast)
  4. All costs incurred during free & easy
  5. Additional cost due to unforeseen calamity (acts of god)
  6. Travel insurance covered mountain sickness (LevArt cannot be held responsible for any losses as a result of you being inadequately insured/without insurance)

Payment terms:

A *non-refundable security deposit of RM3,000/pax is payable to secure the booking. Balance fee RM 5,800/pax to be collected upon booking deadline or when the tour is fully booked.

*Security Deposit is refundable subjected to below conditions:

  1. Tour cancellation by LevArt due to insufficient number of participants
  2. Tour cancellation by LevArt due to unforeseen circumstances at travel destination beyond our control.

Full terms & conditions (eg: cancellation policy) please click here.


  • Travel in Tibet involved a lot of uncertainties, including unpredictable weather, road blocked due to landslide or other reasons, political situations, policy changes, and more. As a result, Tibet tour itinerary may subject to change in response to various uncertainties, interested tour members should be mentally prepared to accept changes and be understanding.
  • People who suffer from high blood pressure, heart disease, asthma, and chest problem are advised against traveling to Tibet.
  • High altitude sickness prevention tips: avoid alcohol, sleeping pill, and cigarette, drink more water, eat more fruits, rest well and avoid strenuous activities. Yak milk tea, red meat, and dairy products are good for energy and generate heat.
  • Respect Tibetan culture and custom. Do not step on threshold when entering Tibetan house or tent; do not spit in front of Tibetan; do not touch people’s head with hand. When entering temple and monastery, take off your hat and sun glasses, do not smoke, no photography, and do not touch holy statues or articles without permission. Please check with local guide if unsure of local taboos.
  • Tibet is set at high elevation, the day and night temperature gap could be huge, and UV light strong. Do bring warm clothes, sun protection gears and lotion, medicine (eg: for diarrhea, high-altitude sickness, flu, cold, headache, motion sickness), and personal hygiene items (such as wet tissue, hand sanitizer).
  • The journey involves long drive and bumpy road, be prepared for rough and though terrains. The standard and quality of accommodation and amenities in Tibet may not always be desirable, please bear with minor inconveniences and discomforts at times, but you would be rewarded with amazing sights and culture.