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Helicopter charter service in Lhasa

Helicopter charter service in Lhasa
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Tourists will now enjoy a wings over view of Lhasa city provincial capital of Tibet Autonomous Region with the operation of helicopter charter service.  This will allow for a fascinating flight over an expansive area of the sprawling city with views of the iconic Potala Palace and other landmark features of the Roof of the World.

 

Currently available are two routes one over Lhasa city and a chartered flight to Nam Co lake the world’s highest saltwater body, approximately one hour of flight from Lhasa.  This makes it remarkable for those looking for stunning flight over spectacular landscapes!

 

The flightseeing tour in Lhasa requires a booking minimum of two persons and the chartered flight to Nam Co lake can accommodate three to four passengers. Cell phones or cameras are not allowed on board at this time.

 

Book this spectacular flight in Lhasa and also consider the Mount Everest flightseeing when in Kathmandu Nepal!