Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR for short), a land of Buddhist culture and highland scenery, attracts admirers of all persuasions every year from both home and abroad. It rewards everyone with an unforgettable experience of the land, the people and the mysticism! Travel with our local experts to explore the 1300-year old Lhasa and the Potala Palace, eat Tibetan food, drink Tibetan tea, interact with local people and monks, and visit the Mt. Everest base camp. All your requirements can be accommodated.
Note: Considering bad weather might occur and safety concerns, Tibet has closed to overseas travelers from Jan. 31 to Mar. 31 annually since 2008.
Lhasa is the entrance to the mysterious land of Tibet. This 4-day tour shows you all the highlights of Lhasa. Tibetan culture, Buddhism and the local people’s life style will amaze you. This could be your initiation for your Tibetan adventure.
Lhasa, the capital of Tibet, is one of the holiest cities to numerous Buddhists all over the world to admire the many Buddhist monasteries. This 4-day tour will make sure that you get the best knowledge of the monasteries in Lhasa city, and the day tour to Yamdrok Yumtso Lake is a great opportunity to appreciate the beauty of a plateau lake.
The extended 5-day Tibet tour ensures that you will cover most of the highlights in Lhasa city from holy monasteries of different schools (Gelug sect and Red sect) to royal gardens which used to serve as a summer palace. A day tour out of the city to Yamdrok Lake will show you more of the plateau landscapes.
To get to know more of the Tibetan Buddhism, apart from Lhasa, you should not miss the second largest city Shigatse. Shigatse, meaning the Best Manor, is one of the largest farming areas in Tibet due to the warm climate and the location of lower valleys. The 6-day tour will not only show you highlights in Lhasa, but also highlights in and around Shigatse, the home of previous Panchen Lamas.
The Everest Base Camp, top of the bucket list, is the ultimate aim of the 8-day tour. The holy monasteries reveal history back to thousands of years before, the holy plateau lakes present the beauty of nature, while the holy snow mountains evoke awe for Mother Nature. Take this journey to pursue your passion and desire to get to know the holy land of Tibet.