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13 Days Private Tour Lhasa – Xiongse Kloster – Lhasa – Tsurpu – Yangbajing – Nam Tso - Shengxiang Tianmen - Bangge Tso - Bange – Nyima - Wenbu – Dangqiong Tso – Dangra Tso - Daguo – Sangsang - Shigatse – Gyantse - Yamdrok - Lhasa
As the "roof of the world", Tibet spans large altitudes ranging from dense forest valleys with low elevation to screes with blooming alpine flowers at high mountain pass. People has found 142 species of wild mammals, 488 species of birds, 56 species of reptiles, 45 species of amphibians, 68 species of fish and 799 species of wild vertebrates in Tibet, which constitute the advantage in animal resources in Tibet. Among them, about 123 species of animals have been listed as national-level key protected animal, such as tiger, leopard, monkey, wild yak (Bos mutus), antelope, Eurasian lynx, taiga musk deer, red panda, Eurasian river otter. There are about 45 species of wild vertebrates are endangered or rare and endemic to Tibet, such as Yunnan Snub-Nosed Monkey, Bengal Tiger, snow leopard, kiang, wild yak (Bos mutus), takin, white-lipped deer, red goral, black-necked crane and crimson horned-pheasant (Tragopan satyra). The Qiangtang grassland is the largest natural grassland in Tibet, boasting diverse charm landscapes of Gobi, grasslands, lakes, mountains, boasting the largest wildlife habitat in China and bird island with the highest altitude in the world.

On the trip, we will get into the Qiangtang grassland in northern Tibet. In addition to the beautiful scenery of the plateau, it is like walking into the wildlife world where you can see many rare wild animals and plants, such as:

Endemic Bird Species in Tibet
You can observe Tibetan Eared-pheasant (Crossoptilon harmani), Giant Babax (Babax waddelli), Brown-cheeked Laughingthrush (Garrulax henrici) around Lhasa. However, the others are often observed like Tibetan Snow Cock (Tetraogallus tibetanus), Tibetan Sandgrouse (Syrrhaptes tibetanus), Snowfinch (Montifringilla).

Tibetan Antelope
The area where Tibetan antelopes (Chiru, Pantholops hodgsonii) live spans 1,600 kilometers from east to west, and seasonal migration is an important ecological feature. At the end of April each year, male and female antelopes start to live separately. And male babies under the age of one year will also be separated from female antelopes. By May and June, the ewes and their female babies migrate to the lambing land to give birth to a baby, and then the females lead the young children to back on the original road, which complete a migration process.

Tibetan Gazelle
Tibetan gazelle (Procapra picticaudata) lives on alpine grasslands, meadows and alpine deserts at an altitude of 4300 meters to 5100 meters (the lowest is 3250 meters and the highest is 5500 meters). They find food in the morning and at night, and they are good at running.

Kiang
Kiang (Tibetan wild ass, Equus kiang) lives in high-altitude desert areas, living in high mountains with an altitude of more than 5,000 meters in summer, and in lower altitude places in winter. They like cluster life, and are good at running, and boast high alert. Kiang has the habit of group activities that female and male and young kiangs live a gadabout life together throughout the year. There are 5-8 heads or 20-30 heads per group.

Wild Yak
The wild yaks (Bos mutus) are wild counterparts of domestic yaks and have strong limbs, long hair. The hairs on chest and abdomen almost fall to the ground and could be useful for keeping out wind and rain. Besides, wild yaks boast tooth on their tongue and are ferocious and good at fight. It is a typical alpine animal with extreme cold tolerance and is a unique cattle breed in Qinghai-Tibet Plateau and national first class protected animal. With tall and strong, they have strong cold endurance, drought hardiness and weight ability. Yak meat and yak milk are high-quality sources of protein and heat, and thick fur is the best material to resist the cold. By domesticating wild yaks, humans on the plateau have found a reliable life support.

Black-necked Crane
Black-necked crane (Grus nigricollis) inhabits marshlands, lakes and riverbanks on the plateau with an altitude of 2500-5000 meters, and overwinter in northeast India, southern Tibet, Guizhou, Yunnan and other places in China. It is the only crane in the world that grows and breeds on the plateau.

Woolly Hare
The agile woolly hare (Lepus oiostolus) can be seen everywhere at the lakeside of Tangra Yum Tso and Zhari Nanmu Tso. It is called gray-tailed rabbit that is a relatively larger rabbit.

Tibetan Red Fox
Also called red fox and fire fox, Tibetan red fox (Vulpes montana) boasts slender body, pointed mouth, large ears, short limbs, and drags a long and large tail. Red foxes boast strong adaptable ability, so their habitat is very vast from high mountains to plains, from forests to grasslands, and even the Gobi and desert.

Tibetan Fox
Tibetan fox (Vulpes ferrilata) is widely distributed in Tibet. Due to the sparse population on the plateau, Tibetan foxes aren’t afraid of people generally.

The other wild animals like Tibetan blue bear (horse bear, Ursus arctos pruinosus), snow leopard (Panthera uncial or Uncia uncia) and wolf are often observed.

On this tour, we will surround the Tanggula Mountains, Nyainqentanglha Mountains and Gangdise Mountains where the terrain is vast and flat with many hills and basins, lakes dotted with rivers, rivers flowing among mountains and grasslands. With total area of more than 25,000 square kilometers that is 25% of the total area of China's lakes, Qiangtang is the plateau lake area with the largest number of lakes and the highest lake surface in the world. According to statistics, there are nearly 500 lakes with an area of more than 1 square kilometer and more than 300 lakes with an area of more than 5 square kilometers. Among them, the larger lakes are Nam Tso, Serling Tso, Zhari Nanmu Tso that the lake surface of all of them is more than 1000 square kilometers. On the endless grassland, nomads’ families with big herds of yaks and sheep on which they rely, and their “mobile home” - tents knitted with yak hair, can be seen now and then. The herdsmen have created a legendary and colorful nomadic culture on this vast Qiangtang Grassland. Ancient cliff paintings, many sites of the ancient Zhang Zhung Kingdom and the footprints of the hero King Gesar spread widely in northern Tibet, and the legend of King Gesar is here extolled from generation to generation. Countless mani walls, flying prayer flags and old stupas give more mystery to the vast steppe. It’ll be an enriching bird watching tour and wildlife adventure in Tibet.
Highlights
Bird Watching and Wildlife Travel in Northern Tibet Qiangtang
DAY
1

Arrive in Lhasa

Welcome in Tibet – the roof of the world

Today arrive in Lhasa (3650 m), the capital of Tibet, transfer to hotel. Stay at the hotel for adapting to the high altitude. It is helpful to take things easy for the first few days, and try to drink some water.

Overnight at 3*Yak Hotel
Barkhor Street
Barkhor Street
Photo by Liu Bin
DAY
2

Lhasa

Potala Palace – landmark of Lhasa, Dragon King Lake, Jokhang and Barkhor Street

In the morning visit Potala, which was originally constructed in 637 by Songtsen Gampo, the first king of the united Tibet, and later expanded and served as the winter residence of the Dalai Lamas as well as the religious-political nexus of traditional Tibet. The crowds of pilgrims, innumerable magnificent murals, Buddhist statues, scriptures and rare treasures altogether create a dense religious and art atmosphere that impresses every visitor. Then go to Dragon King Lake for watching birds. Dragon King Lake is one of the famouse garden buildings in Lhasa. There is a large pond in the center of Dragon King Lake. It said that the sixth Dalai Cangyang Gyatso invited Godness Mozhu Saiqin and Balong from Mozhu Gongka to this lake for worship, so this pond was named Dragon King Lake. There are many species of birds that you can watch, such as Brown-Headed Gull, Mallard, Ruddy Shelduck, Bar-headed Goose, Blackbird. In the afternoon visit Jokhang monastery, the center of the Tibetan Buddhism and the sacred land of Buddhist followers where thousands of pilgrims come for worship everyday. The temple, built in 647, is the earliest wood-and-masonry structure still existing in Tibet. Walk on the Barkhor street surrounding Jokhang, a big free market with its prolific stalls for selling local specialties.

Here, these birds can be found, such as Brown-Headed Gull (Larus Brunnicephalus), Mallard (Anas Platyrhynchos), Ruddy Shelduck (Tadorna Ferruginea), Bar-Headed Goose (Anser Indicus), Blackbird (Turdus Merula).

Overnight at 3*Yak Hotel
Breakfast
Bar-headed Goose
Bar-headed Goose
Photo by Liu Bin
DAY
3

Lhasa

Drepung Monastery, Norbulingka, Sera Monastery

Today, visit Drepung Monastery, Norbulingka, Sera Monastery. As the three master monasteries with Gnadan Monastery, Sela Monastery in Lhasa, Drepung Monastery belongs to Gelugpa Monastery of Chinese Tibetan Buddhism. “Drepung” means “Miju”, a simple of prosperity. Then visit Norbulingka, a 40-hectare jewel park. Built in the middle of the 18th century, it was regarded as a summer residence for Dalai Lamas. In the afternoon visit Sera Monastery, which was created in 1419 and has always been an important Buddhist seminary. It is also one of the six master monasteries of the Gelugpa. As rose are planted everywhere in the monastery, it is also called “the court of wild rose”. Today still 200 lamas live in there. You have the opportunity to experience the famous monks' "Buddhism scriptures debates". Public religious debates are part of the education of monks. Of course, birds watching should not be missed. Different birds species can be found here, such as Hume's Ground Jay, Grey-backed Shrike, Tickell's Leaf Warbler, Brown-cheeked Laughingthrush, Blue Rock Thrush and so on. There are many bird pictures that we show you.

Here, these kinds of birds can be found, such as Hume's Ground Jay (Pseudopodoces Humilis), Grey-Backed Shrike (Lanius Tephronotus), Tickell's Leaf Warbler (Phylloscopus Affinis), Brown-Cheeked Laughingthrush (Trochalopteron Henrici)Blue Rock, Thrush (Monticola Solitarius), Green-Backed Tit (Parus Monticolus), Brown Accentor (Prunella Fulvescens), Brandt's Mountain Finch (Leucosticte Brandti), Roseate Tern (Sterna Dougallii), Russet Sparrow (Passer Rutilans), Oriental Turtle Dove (Streptopelia Orientalis), Red-headed Bullfinch (Pyrrhula Erythrocephala), Red-Billed Chough (Pyrrhocorax Pyrrhocorax), Eurasian Hoopoe (Upupa Epops), Black Redstart (Phoenicurus Ochruros), Eurasian Skylark (Alauda Arvensis), Beautiful Rosefinch (Carpodacus Pulcherrimus).

Overnight at 3*Yak Hotel
Breakfast
Brown-cheeked Laughingthrush
Brown-cheeked Laughingthrush
Photo by Liu Bin
DAY
4

Lhasa – Xiongse Nunnery – Lhasa – Tsurpu – Yangbajing

Birding watching at Xiongse Nunnery and Tsurpu Monastery, wild animals at Tsurpu

In the morning, go to Xiongse Nunnery for photographing Tibetan Eared Pheasant, Giant Babax, Brown-cheeked Laughingthrush, Tibetan Blackbird. You may also watch Tibetan Partridge, Tibetan Snowcock, Eurasian Hoopoe. Then drive to Tsurpu Monastery and visit Tsurpu Monastery (4300 m), 60 km northwest of Lhasa on the upper reaches of the river Tsurpu. Tsurpu Monastery is the main monastery of the Karma Kagyu sect of Tibetan Buddhism. Tsurpu was established in 1189 by Duesum Khyenpa, a pupil of Gampopa and the first Karmapa. He introduced the principle of reincarnation into Tibet. He told his disciples that he would reincarnate and pointed out the location of the second Karmapas reborn. In contrast to Yellow Caps (Gelug) the Karmapa Kagye are regarded as the Black Hat. Visit the Tsurpu Monastery, if time is available, hike on the pilgrim's way around the monastery (about 1 hour). Many Blue Sheep and birds species can be found around Tsurpu Monastery.

Here, these kinds of birds can be found, such as Tibetan Eared Pheasant (Crossoptilon harmani), Giant Babax (Pterorhinus Waddelli), Streaked Rosefinch (Carpodacus Rubicilloides), Pink-rumped Rosefinch (Carpodacus Eos), Brown-cheeked Laughingthrush (Trochalopteron Henrici), Tibetan Snowcock (Tetraogallus Tibetanus), Tibetan Partridge (Perdix Hodgsoniae), Tibetan Blackbird (Turdus Maximus), Eurasian Hoopoe (Upupa Epops), Godlewski's Bunting (Emberiza Godlewskii), Grey-Backed Shrike (Lanius Tephronotus), White-Browed Tit (Poecile Superciliosus), Ground Tit (Pseudopodoces Humilis), Robin Accentor (Prunella Rubeculoides), Tickell's Leaf Warbler (Phylloscopus Affinis), Chinese White-browed Rosefinch (Carpodacus Dubius), Little Owl (Athene Noctua), Blue Sheep (Pseudois Nayaur), Marmot (Prairie Dog).

165 km
3 hours and 50 minutes
Overnight at Yangbajing Geothermal Hot Spring Resort
Breakfast
Streaked Rosefinch
Streaked Rosefinch
Photo by Liu Bin
DAY
5

Yangbajing – Nam Tso Lake

Nam Tso Lake and Nyenchen Tanglha Mountains

Today drive to Nam Tso Lake. At Nam Tso Lake, the nomads live in the vast Changthang (Qiangtang) Plain. With 4718 meters above sea level, Nam Tso is the highest lake in the world. As one of the three holy lakes in Tibet, it is an important sanctuary for Tibetans. Walk around the Tashi Peninsula and complete a circle around the sacred mountain whose cliffs have been eroded in recent centuries. There are mani stones in the street. You have the opportunity to visit the people in the yak hair woven tents. If the weather is well, you can admire the magnificent sunset on Nyenchen Tanglha Mountains and Nam Tso Lake.

Here, these kinds of birds can be found, such as Black-Necked Crane (Grus nigricollis), Black Redstart (Phoenicurus ochruros), Brown-headed Gull (Larus brunnicephalus), Ruddy Shelduck (Tadorna ferruginea), Bar-headed Goose (Anser indicus),

136 km
3 hours 30 minutes
Overnight at Simple Guesthouse in Nam Tso Village
Breakfast
Brown-headed Gull
Brown-headed Gull
Photo by Liu Bin
DAY
6

Nam Tso - Bange (4715m)

Sunrise over the Nam Tso Lake, Shengxiang Tianmen and San Sheng Shi Scenic Areas

Today, you will wake up early to experience the unforgettable sunrise over the Nam Tso Lake and Nianqingtanggula Mountain on a clear day. Then drive to the northern shore of the Nam Tso Lake to visit the Shengxiang Tianmen (Holy Elephant Gate) and San Sheng Shi (Three Llives Stones) Scenic Areas. There are natural elephants stone statue and beautiful lakeshores at Shengxiang Tianmen Scenic Area. Besides, you can enjoy the spectacular panorama of Nam Tso and possess a great place to watch Nianqingtanggula main peak that is located in the south of Nam Tso. It is said that the couple will get marriage in the other three lives as long as they make a wish on the San Sheng Shi. Finally, drive to Bange.

Here, these kinds of birds can be found, such as Black-Necked Crane (Grus Nigricollis), Lammergeier (Gypaetus Barbatus), Brown-Headed Gull (Larus Brunnicephalus), Ruddy Shelduck (Tadorna Ferruginea), Bar-Headed Goose (Anser Indicus), (Eremophila Alpestris), Rufous-Necked Snowfinch (Pyrgilauda Ruficollis), Common Redshank (Tringa Totanus), Upland Buzzard (Buteo Hemilasius), Lesser Sand Plover (Charadrius Mongolus), Hume's Short-Toed Lark (Calandrella Acutirostris), Desert Wheatear (Oenanthe Deserti), Great Crested Grebe (Podiceps Cristatus), Common Tern (Sterna Hirundo), Red-Billed Chough (Pyrrhocorax Pyrrhocorax), Wolf (Canis Lupus Linnaeus), Tibetan Gazelle (Procapra Picticaudata).

266 km
8 hours
Overnight at Nam Tso Hotel
Breakfast
Ground Tit
Ground Tit
Photo by Liu Bin
DAY
7

Baingoin – Nyima

Baingoin Tso, Serling Tso, Cuoe Bird Island

Visit Baingoin, Baingoin Tso, about 4522 meters above sea level. There is white Salt mud at lakeside. With countless flocks of birds flying around, a bird island can be found here. Then go to Serling Tso, about 4530 meters above sea level. With beautiful scenery, Serling Tso boasts colorful lake water. About Cuoe Bird Island, lots of sea birds and wild animals can be found here. Then, drive through Qiagui Tso and Daze Tso to Nyima, about 4700 meters above sea level. There are lots of wild animals along the way from Baingoin County to Nyima County, such as Tibetan Antelope, Tibetan Gazelle, Kiang, Tibetan Fox, Wolf, Blue Sheep, Bar-headed Goose, Chima Duck and many birds.

Here, these kinds of wild animals can be found, such as Bar-Headed Goose (Anser Indicus), Pallas's Gull (Ichthyaetus Ichthyaetus), Great Cormorant(Phalacrocorax Carbo), Common Tern(Sterna Hirundo), Black-Necked Crane (Grus Nigricollis), Great Crested Grebe (Podiceps Cristatus), Himalayan Vulture (Gyps Himalayensis), Tibetan Antelope (Pantholops Hodgsonii), Kiang (Equus Kiang), Tibetan gazelle (Procapra Picticaudata), Wolf (Canis Lupus Linnaeus), Tibetan Fox (Vulpes Ferrilata), Blue Sheep (Pseudois Nayaur).
338 km
5 hours andd 40 minutes
Overnight Nyima Hotel
Breakfast
Tibetan Antelope
Tibetan Antelope
Photo by Liu Bin
DAY
8

Nyima County – Wenbu County – Dangqiong Tso – Dangra Tso

Dangqiong Tso, Wenbu Village, Dangra Tso

Today, drive from Nyima County to Dangra Tso. On the way, more wild animals can be met, especially from Dangqiong Tso to Dangra Tso, such as Kiang, Tibetan Antelope, deer and bird. Dangra Tso, about 4500 meters above sea level, is located at the south of Wenbu County. Many activities should not be missed here, such as having a walk at the lakeside of Dangqiong Tso Lake, visiting Dangqiong Sangdanling Monastery and even the circumanbulation on mountain, enjoying the panorama of Dangqiong Tso. Dangra Tso is a well-known holy lake for the Bon followers. Local people are very enthusiastic and alway wear their beautiful traditional costumes.

Here, these kinds of wild animals can be found, such as Upland Buzzard (Buteo Hemilasius), Black-Necked Crane (Grus Nigricollis), Hill Pigeon (Columba Rupestris), Robin Accentor (Prunella Rubeculoides), Common Redshank (Tringa Totanus), Horned Lark (Eremophila Alpestris), Lesser Sand Plover (Charadrius Mongolus), Tibetan Antelope (Pantholops Hodgsonii), Kiang (Equus Kiang), Tibetan Gazelle (Procapra Picticaudata), Wolf (Canis Lupus Linnaeus), Tibetan Fox (Vulpes Ferrilata).

125 km
3 hours and 16 minutes
Overnight at lakeside guesthouse at Wenbu South Village
Breakfast
Kiang
Kiang
Photo by Liu Bin
DAY
9

Wenbu South Village / Dangra Tso

Yongzhongling Monastery, Wenbu South Village

In the morning, having a walk and taking photoes at the lakeside and White Tower Circumanbulation. Then visit Yongzhongling Monastery and Wenbu South Village (Stone Village). With 3750 above sea level, Yongzhongling Monastery is surrounded by forests, and boasts pleasant climate and quiet environment. As one of four Bon Monastery in Tibet, it was built during the King Songtsan Gambo in the seventh century AD and was destroyed during Rondamar in the eighth century. In 1834, it was repaird by Dawa Gyaltsen, the lord of Bon. In 1959, it was listed as a national key protected temple. Wenbu South Village is also named Stone Village. Located at the side of Dangra Tso Lake, Wenbu South Village was selected as the first batch of national key villages for rural tourism in July 28th, 2019.

Overnight at guesthouse
Breakfast
Wenbu South Village
Wenbu South Village
Photo by Liu Bin
DAY
10

Wenbu South Village / Dangra Tso – Daguo Village – Sangsang, the pass of Zhongla Mountain

Daguo Village, Sangsang

Today, drive from Dangra Tso to Lhatse. Look Holy Mountain of Bon and Daguo Snow Mountain at a distance when pass through Daguo Village. On the way, you will pass through the highest elevation, Sangsang, the pass of Zhongla Mountain and about 5646 meters above sea level. Today’s journey is longer than others’.

350 km
7 hours
Overnight at Sangsang Hotel or Sangdang Guesthouse
Breakfast
Zhongla Mountain
Zhongla Mountain
Photo by Liu Bin
DAY
11

Sangsang – Lhatse – Shigatse (Tashilhunpo Monastery)

Tashilhunpo Monastery

Today, start from Sangsang to Shigatse. On the way, pass through Lhatse County. Lhatse County is located in the southwest of Tibet Autonomous Region, in the center of Shigatse City, in the west of Nyenchen Tanglha Mountains. Tashilhunpo Monastery should not be missed when you arrive in Shigatse, the second largest city in Tibet. As one of the six master monasteries of the Gelugpa, Tashilhunpo houses a giant statue of the Maitreya Buddha, the biggest gilded statue of Maitreya (Buddha of the future) in China.

268 km
4 hours and 26 minutes
Overnight at 4*Mulunlazong Hotel
Breakfast
Tashilhunpo Monastery
Tashilhunpo Monastery
Photo by Liu Bin
DAY
12

Shigatse – Gyantse – Yamdrok – Lhasa

Palkhor Monastery, Kumbum, Yamdrok

Gyantse County belongs to Shigatse City. You can visit the Palkhor Monastery and the impressive pagoda of Kumbum. Built in Ming Xuande 1427, Palkhor Monastery has been listed as important cultural relic sites under state-level protection. There are more Tibetan Buddhism Groups existing together, such as Sakya Sect, Kargyu Sect, Gelug Sect, which is its characterictics. Start built in 1418, Kumbum is 42 meters high, 5 foors, 4 sides, 8 corners, 77 Buddha halls, 108 doors, shrines, scripture hall. On the way to Lhasa , you can take some photos of Yamdrok, the third largest holy lake of Tibet.

360 km
6 hours
Overnight at 3*Yak Hotel
Breakfast
Palkhor Monastery
Palkhor Monastery
Photo by Liu Bin
DAY
13

Leave Tibet

Travel to next destination

Today transfer to airport or railway station, leave Tibet.
Breakfast
Barkhor Street
Barkhor Street
Photo by Liu Bin
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Bar Headed Goose | Photo by Liu Bin
Black Necked Crane | Photo by Liu Bin
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Blue Sheep | Photo by Liu Bin
Brown Headed Gull | Photo by Liu Bin
Common Headed Gull | Photo by Liu Bin
Eurasian Hoopoe | Photo by Liu Bin
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Robin Accentor | Photo by Liu Bin
Rufous Necked Snowfinch | Photo by Liu Bin
Streaked Rosefinch | Photo by Liu Bin
Tibetan Antelope | Photo by Liu Bin
Tibetan Blackbird | Photo by Liu Bin
Tibetan Eared Pheasant | Photo by Liu Bin
Tibetan fox | Photo by Liu Bin
Tibetan Gazelle | Photo by Liu Bin
Tibetan Gazelle | Photo by Liu Bin
Tibetan Partridge | Photo by Liu Bin
White Browed Tit | Photo by Liu Bin
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