TIBET (7 nights 8 days)









Routine Schedule








Arrive LhasaCheck in the hotel and take a rest





Lhasa—Basum Lake—Bayi

Bayi- Lulang Forest Area-Bayi

Bayi -Kading Gou-Lhasa

Bayi -Kading Gou-Lhasa

Lhasa—Gangbala Snow Mountain—Yamdrok Lake—Lhasa

Lhasa—Nyenchen Tanglha—Nagenla Pass—Lake Nam15500In—藏北草原—拉萨

Back home

3 meals included

3 meals included

3 meals included


3 meals included

3 meals included

3 meals included


           DAY 1: Arrive Lhasa, check in hotel and get some rest


After arriving in Lhasa by train or plane, make an adaptive break at the hotel, arrange lunch or dinner. If your body doesn’t feel uncomfortable, it’s the free time for you to visit Potala Palace square, far view Chakpori, shoot panorama of Potala Palace or Bajiao Street. You can experience the night of Lhasa.

This is the key day for the first time visitors to Tibet, most of the tourists  will get altitude sickness. In addition to maintaining relax, drinking plenty of water, eating more fruit, adequate rest is the best way to prevent altitude sickness. Don't drink or smoke. Don't take a bath in that evening. Good psychological quality is a panacea for overcoming altitude sickness. A large number of cases have shown that keeping an optimistic mood can weaken the body discomfort caused by altitude sickness. Generally the above symptoms will gradually reduce or disappear after 1--2 days.


DAY 2: Lhasa—Basum Lake—Bayi


We will leave Lhasa in the morning, passing the Dagze Plain and Mira Snow Mountain, heading toLinzhi, which has an altitude of nearly 2900 meters. We gonna have a tour of Tibet's most beautiful lakes--Bassoon. Take the raft on the lake to watch, to stammer village viewing platform, overlooking the peaks in the viewing platform. Follow the beautifuland natural scenery along the Nyang Valley, we will arrive Bayi.


DAY 3: Bayi- Lulang Forest Area-Bayi 


In the morning we are heading to Lulang Forest Area. Lulang, means "Dragon Valley", "Abode of immortals". It’s said that you gonna forget your own hometown as soon as you arrive here.

DAY 4: Bayi -KadingGou-Lhasa



KadingGou we are visiting today is a typical canyon landform. There are old trees, 200-metre waterfalls, the natural form of Buddha, Guanyin, the goddess, Buddha, Song Jing Lama and so on. The fresh and natural air will make you intoxicated. 


DAY 5:​ Lhasa—Potala Palace—Jokhang Temple—Lhasa


 Potala Palace:The Potala Palace is considered to be a model of Tibetan architecture. In 641, Songtsan Gambo, ruler of the Tubo Kingdom, had the Potala Palace built for Princess Wencheng of the Tang Dynasty, his future bride. It is regarded as one of the ten major Earth Buildings in the world. Covering an area of 36 square meters, the main building is 117 meters high. You will be shocked when you first stepping in the Darai Pagoda Temple: 14.86-meter tall pagoda covered by gold. Walking to the Temple Pagoda, beautiful decoration, bedroom, corridor lights, remote, window curtain falls, butter taste diffuse, it feels like falling into a dull old dream.It is not only a museum of history, but also a palace of art, a miracle in the history of World Architecture, and a symbol of Tibetan people's faith.


Jokhang Temple】: Jokhang Temple, located on Barkhor Square in Lhasa, is Tibet's first Buddhist temple and is part of the Potala Palace. It is the ultimate pilgrimage destination for Tibetan pilgrims.The Jokhang Temple was built at 1350 years ago. It is the oldest temple in Lhasa. It is still the most important central temple in the whole Tibetan area. According to the news of the Jokhang temple mural with an area of 4400 square meters, the magical world is cleverly displayed on our common wall, to achieve the ultimate sense of art.


Barkhor Street】​:Barkhor Street is the oldest street in Lhasa,, is usually called "Bajiao Street". It is not only circumanbulation, but also a shopping corridor full of national characteristics. It's a whole old city with a rich atmosphere of Tibetan life. It is a miniature of the cultural landscape of Lhasa and the whole Tibetan area.



Tips It is a long day to staying outdoor.Please prepare sun hat, sunglasses, sunscreen and water. The tour of this day will be arranged by the tour guide according to the visiting time in the Potala Palace. 


DAY 6: Lhasa—Gangbala Snow Mountain—Yamdrok Lake—      Lhasa


[Yambdrok Lake]: A lake water sky. Yambdrok, Nam and Mpangyong are called the three lakes in Tibet. Youchallonzo is like a mosaic in the mountain peaks of irregular blue gems, like a delicate blue silk band around the mountain, shining with changing the blue light, stretching into the distance.


Reminder: Yambdrok Lake is the sacred lake in the eyes of Tibetans. Please do not put your feet or clothes into the lake. 


DAY 7: Lhasa—Nyenchen Tanglha—Nagenla Pass—Lake Nam15500In

 The morning along the Qinghai Tibet highway to the famous scenic spot - Namtso, or Lake Nam, is one of the three holy lakes in Tibet Autonomous Region and should not be missed by any traveler to Tibet. In Tibetan, Namtso means "Heavenly Lake." It is famous for its high altitude and imposing scenery. It is like a huge mirror lake, mosaic in northern Tibet grassland. Sitting by the lake, watch the water,the mountain, the sky,the clouds..... You can read the love of the universe. 


Tips: Lake Nam area is very high, the air temperature is low, please pay attention to the cold. Local eating conditions are poor, you can prepareyour own food if you are not used to the local food. If you want to be close to the herdsmen, you can prepare some small gifts, such as pencils, note books, etc..


DAY 8: Leaving Lhasa and going back to cozy home


 After breakfast, take the bus to the airport (train station) to finish the trip.

Tips: Please double check all your belongings before you leave.

◆ The fee includes

  1. Traffic: Tibet tourism vehicles; Note: due to the special climate conditions in Tibet, no air-conditioned travel vehicles.

  2. Accommodation: including 5 nights in Lhasa foreign hotel, double standard room with two beds; 2 nights in Linzhi oreign hotel, double standard roomwith two beds.

  3. Tickets: Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Nam Lake, Yamdrok Lake, Lulang Forest Area, Bassoon, Clamping Groove.

  4. Dining: 12 meals in total, mostly with lightSichuan food, you need to take care of your meal bill by yourself at Day 7 in Lake Nam. Please prepare the food you like if you are not used to the food in Tibet. 

  5. Tour guide service: Professional excellent guide. 

  6. Insurance: travel agency liability insurance. 


◆ It does not include the cost of

1self financed projects, attractions at their own expense, voluntary consumption, no coercion.
in addition to the schedule of meals, the rest are self-care. 
the air plane ticket or train ticket from/to Tibet.






​          Number of people​      Price RMB​                 Hotel

SET①​       4​                             13870/p​                 Chinese 5 star

​               10​                              12005/p​                Chinese 5 star

SET②​       4​                             9760/p​                 Chinese 3 star

​               10​                              8545/p​                 Chinese 3 star


Train/airplane tickets:

Beijing-Lhasa(single way)​1150/3260​depends on season




  探  寻  秘  境



International culture exchange - Shaolin


Program Introduction


 Introduction to Shaolin Kung Fu Martial Art


 Experience true Zen Training and Meditation Practices


 Understand the Culture of the local Henan People


 Appreciate the Beauty of the local Scenic Spots


Make a Real, Positive, and Lasting Difference in the lives of those who come.



About Shaolin



 Oldest form of Martial Arts in the World


 First to Combine Martial Skill with Meditation with a focus on personal spiritual improvement.


 Became Chan Buddhism


 For Thousands of years has been a source of protection for the local community


 Even Today the local economy is highly dependent on the Tourism provided by The Shaolin Temple



About Weiwei


 WeiWei Yang was actually born and raised at Tagou, the village just outside the Shaolin Temple Gates.


 Her father was a Shaolin Practitioner and her mother was a tour guide for the Temple.


 After Graduating from university, WeiWeitravelled around the world and learned a great deal about other cultures.


 The curiosity, and sometimes sorrows, of the people she met along the way inspired her to create a cultural program to help those who could benefit from the wisdom of Real Traditional Shaolin Culture. 



Previous projects


 Government Licensed Guide and worked extensively with the Shaolin Temple tourist division.


 Developed Educational Program for long term foreign students studying to become Shaolin Monks. Guiding them all the way through to become Shaolin Disciples.


 Arranged both short term and long term Kung Fu coaching staff for Official members of the official USA Traditional Kung Fu National Team.



Background Story


 A few  Years ago I took my good friend, Lea Wei, to visit my hometown. Sharing memories of my hometown with her was heartwarming for me. It was also a profound experience for her and I and led us to have an epiphany.  The shift in my life’s outlook is so important that I feel compelled to share it with all my friends.  This is a bit of a long story, and you might be thinking about skipping to the bottom, but PLEASE keep reading! Because if I’m right, many of you will connect with my words and begin to have your own awakening.  Just maybe, you too will share my new feeling of curiosity and a powerful spirit of wonder growing within your heart and mind.


To understand where I am now, you must first understand where I began.  You might already know that I’m a Henan girl, but did you know my hometown is Tagou?  If you don’t know where that is, it’s the tiny village that sits directly at the gates of the Shaolin Temple. That’s right, I’m one of the very few people born directly to Shaolin Culture, although I never considered what a unique experience growing up Shaolin actually was. To me, that was just my childhood, it was just life.


Maybe right now you’re thinking, “Wow! I didn’t know you knew Kung Fu WeiWei?”  That thought makes me giggle, because no, I don’t know fighting. However, the Powerful Spirit of Kung Fu… The Peace of Mind that the Zen Masters hold… The Durability of the Mountains… The Stability of the yellowing leaves in Autumn and the greening of the forest in Spring… ALL THAT flows thru my veins as naturally as the clean, mountain water brook flows down into my little hometown.

In fact, these things are so natural to Inme I didn’t realize that other people didn’t feel them as I did. It wasn’t until I took Lea around, and share with her my thinking, that she began to experience these things as well.  When she expressed what a profound and moving experience it was for her, I was deeply touched. Suddenly I felt an obligation to share my life’s experience, not just with her, but with others who might need this… This… I don’t even know what to call it. 


This sense of wellbeing. This sense of belonging. Perhaps I should just call it, “This moment in time.” A moment where the frantic motion of life slows  so much that you can put your finger into the stream of time and watch it’s path bend and change with the trace of your hand by something deep inside??? I am.  I’m not sure of another way to explain what I feel, maybe you feel something you can’t quite put into words either.  Maybe I would describe it as just the shadow of an echo. Far at the back of my mind… When you close your eyes do you hear it too? Something has brought me to this moment… Think about this carefully… Has it brought you too? movedDo you feel it??? I do.  Are you moved by something deep inside??? I am.  I’m not sure of another way to explain what I feel, maybe you feel something you can’t quite put into words either.  Maybe I would describe it as just the shadow of an echo. Far at the back of my mind… When you close your eyes do you hear it too? Something has brought me to this moment… Think about this carefully… Has it brought you too?