Tibet is half the size of the US, average elevation is over 15,000 feet. photo by RBD



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It’s time …. Zǒuba ~ Lets Go!

Great Walls :: Cultures :: China :: Tibet :: Mt Everest BC :: Nepal

This is an active adventure beginning in Beijing, then crossing China, then Lhasa Express train, then crossing Tibet to Mt Everest to hike, before descending to the fabled city of Kathmandu Nepal.

Quick details: June 01 — 20 2016 and September 11 — 30 2016

Day 1-4 Depart/Arrive Beijing. Temple of Heaven Run, Forbidden City, real Great Wall, and “must-do’s.” Buy a selfie stick for $1
Day 5-7 Bullet train 186mph, hike stone steps of sacred Mt Huashan. Dramatic views. Selfies with Locals. “Amazing, The Terra Cotta Warriors. Ancient fortress Wall of Xian markets, writers street, heaviest library in the world. The Amazing Terra Cotta Warriors.
Day 08 Lhasa Express overnight train onto the Tibetan Plateau
Day 09-11 Tibetans, Potala, Gangden, Sera and Jokhang monasteries.
Day 12-14 Crossing Tibet, high passes, Gyangze, Xigaste, Xegar Dzong hike. Himalaya, prayer flags. Hike up stone steps of sacred Mt Huashan. Dramatic views. Selfies with Locals. markets
Day 15-16 Mt Everest Base Camp 16,400 feet, wildlife, monastery, nunnery, spectacular, two nights.
Day 17-19 Friendship Bridge border crossing to Kathmandu. Sightseeing, thick air, markets, palaces, temples, Hindu’s, Buddhists, a cultural potpourri that makes Kathmandu so famous. You would like to stay longer and you can.
Day 20 Fly out or stay longer

Departure Dates: June 01 — 20 2016 or September 11 — 30 2016
Land Cost: $4480 per person double occ

Secure Your Reservation deposit with a $600 check or by Visa or M/Charge Refundable outside of 71 days of departure.
For a full description of the adventure, money topics, the details, just click on the link to Grand Traverse of Asia 2016

Feel free to call to RiAdvTvl and ask for Rusty at 307.460.4404 with your questions or to reserve your adventure. Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

The best way to learn about China is not on our TVs, but to go there, sit at a cafe with a cup of tea while chatting with Zhōngguó rén (Chinese person). To know China it’s best to get out of the bus, and walk the the country-side, walk through villages, fields, and on top of its Great Walls. Take the morning to visit it’s parks and city neighborhoods. The people are very friendly and curious about your too.

Come join us as we visit China – Zhōngguó.

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