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Tibet Photography Tour. Tibetan unique religious beliefs help to create a splendid Tibetan culture centered around Tibetan Buddhism. Either stunning natural landscapes or profound & unique religious culture is a fatal attraction for any photographer. This is a classic photography tour with high accessibility, covering Lhasa, Shigatse, and other towns centered around human landscapes; Yamdrok lake, Namtso lake, and other well-known holy lakes in Tibet; and the highest peak in the world – Mt. Everest. The highlights and attractions in this tour are highly representative.
3 Hours before the flight.
All Accommodation in 3 star Hotel
1 to 2 Pax SUV Car | 2 to 8 Pax: Toyota Hiace Bus | 8 to 16 pax: Toyota Coaster Bus.
Local Tibetan English Speaking Guide expert in Photography
First-day L/D and last day only breakfast before Departure. All meals during Tour/Trekking or driving Trip. Please reconfirm with us.
Arrive in Lhasa and rest for acclimatization. As some travelers may suffer from altitude sickness, it is necessary to have a good rest on the first day. Stay overnight in Lhasa.
Shoot the majestic Potala Palace at sunrise and sunset. The best shooting time is around 6:50 am. Photographers must get up around 5 o’clock and get to Chakpori, and the best photography place is Potala. Potala Square is also a great shoot spot.
Photographers can visit Jokhang Temple and Barkhor Street to take some photos of pilgrims or local life before taking sunset pictures at the Potala Square around 8:45 pm.
Stay overnight in Lhasa.
Shoot Lhasa city and Lhasa River at sunrise. Photographers are advised to get up at 5:00 am and drive to the outskirts of Lhasa for the wonderful sights of the whole of Lhasa city and Lhasa River at sunrise (around 6:50 am). Then, they can proceed to visit Norbulingka, Drepung Monastery, and Sera Monastery in the afternoon.
They can shoot lamas’ life, traditional Tibetan buildings, and paintings at these sites. Stay overnight in Lhasa.
Shoot beautiful scenery on the way from Lhasa to Shigatse. Famous sites are Yamdrok Lake, Karola Glaciers, and Gyantse Dzong. The best place to shoot the lake is Khambala Pass, where visitors can get a bird’s-eye view of the turquoise lake. Stay overnight in Shigatse.
Shoot Tashilhunpo and Sakya monasteries. Photographers are advised to visit the two most important monasteries in the Shigatse area. Stay overnight in Tingri.
Get up early to shoot the sunrise over Himalayas and the sunset over Mt. Everest. On the way from Tingri to Everest Base Camp (EBC), photographers can take fantastic pictures of Himalayas at Gyatsola Pass (5260m) and Pangla Pass (5200m), and then shoot the magnificent Mount Everest at sunset at EBC if the weather is good. Stay overnight in Everest Base Camp.
Shoot Mt. Everest at sunrise. Both the sunrise and the sunset are the highlights of the tour to Everest Base Camp. Rongbuk Monastery is also a wonderful place to take photos of the world’s highest peak. After breakfast, photographers are recommended to drive back to Shigatse. Stay overnight in Shigatse.
Shoot Yarlung Tsangpu River. Driving back to Lhasa along Sino-Nepal Friendship Highway, photographers can take pictures of beautiful Yarlung Tsangpu, Tibet’s biggest river. Stay overnight in Lhasa.
Shoot Namtso Lake. On the way from Lhasa to the lake, photographers can stop at Nagenla Pass (5190m) to take pictures of the whole lake and its surrounding mountains before moving on to Tashi Island to shoot the sunset. Stay overnight at the lake shore of Namtso.
Shoot the sunrise over Namtso. Photographers should get up very early and walk to Tashi Island to take pictures of the heavenly lake at sunrise, and then drive back to Lhasa. Stay overnight in Lhasa.
Depart from Tibet. If photographers take a train out of Tibet, they will have opportunities to take photos along the world’s highest railway, Qinghai-Tibet Railway.
Tibet’s unique landscapes, rich cultural heritage, and spiritual ambiance make it an exceptional destination for photographers. Capturing iconic landmarks, traditional ceremonies, and the majestic Himalayan scenery adds a distinct flavor to photography tours.
Photography tours in Tibet often cover iconic destinations such as Lhasa, Everest Base Camp, Namtso Lake, and cultural sites like monasteries and traditional Tibetan villages.
Yes, professional photography guides with expertise in Tibetan landscapes and culture are often included in photography tour packages. They assist participants in capturing the best shots.
Yes, photography tours are designed to capture the magical moments of sunrise and sunset, allowing participants to photograph landmarks and landscapes in the best possible light.
Yes, high-altitude conditions require careful planning. Participants should be prepared for the challenges of high-altitude environments, including proper acclimatisation and protection for camera equipment.
Participants can explore various types of photography, including landscape photography of the Himalayan mountains, cultural photography of traditional ceremonies and festivals, and architectural photography of monasteries and historic sites.
Yes, photography tours can often be customised to cater to individual preferences, allowing participants to focus on specific themes or locations of interest.
Some photography tours may include workshops or tutorials led by professional photographers, providing tips and techniques to enhance participants’ photography skills.
Yes, photography tours are designed to accommodate photographers of all skill levels, from beginners to experienced photographers. Guides offer assistance based on participants’ expertise.
Accommodations in photography tours vary but often include comfortable hotels or lodges that cater to the needs of photographers, such as proximity to key photography sites.
Participants can book a Tibet photography tour through reputable travel agencies specialising in Himalayan destinations. It’s advisable to communicate specific photography interests and preferences to ensure a tailored experience.