Top 7 Tibet Tours

As the leading local Tibet tour operator based in Lhasa officially licensed by the government, we design journeys of comfort and authenticity to the most amazing destinations in this highland since 2005. To meet tourists'  satisfactions, we always focus on the customized Private Tours and classical Small Group Tours. Every year, more than 1,000 clients have traveled with us and enjoyed the magic and mystery of this holy land.

Lhasa Gyantse Shigatse Mt. Everest Group Tour
FROM $850
  • 8 days
  • G04

Lhasa Gyantse Shigatse Mt. Everest Group Tour

This is our most popular itinerary, it’s also an once-in-a-lifetime to view highest mountain in the world, the Mt.Everest with 8848m above sea level. After spending your first 3 days in Lhasa city for main tourist sites visiting, then we will get ready to start the journey to Mt.Everest, we’ll stop by holy Yamdrok Lake, the glistening Karola Glacier and Khumbum Stupa in Gyantse and Shigatse. From there we’ll go up to over 5000 meters to spend a night at Everest Base Camp and enjoy watching the beautiful sunset that night and viewing glorious sunrise in the next morning before returning back to Lhasa.
Mt Kailash tour
FROM $1750
  • 15 days
  • G07

Mt.Everest & Mt Kailash Kora Pilgrimage Group Tour

This is a trip to take you from Lhasa to the west of Tibet, Nagri and then return to Lhasa. 2 days Lhasa sightseeing let you have a general understanding of the history of Tibet, the humanities and the lives of the local people. And then you will head to the world's highest peak, the Mount Everest via Gyangze, Shigatse, and Tingri. The last but not least, you will reach the Mt.Kailash. Kailash in Tibetan means the treasure of the snow-capped mountain. Hinduism, Tibetan Buddhism, Bon - native religion in Tibet and Jainism recognize it as the center of the world. Indians also think that this is the center of the world. They think Shiva lives here, who has the strongest mana and the highest position. At the same time, the upper reaches of the Indus and the Ganges originates from here. So, around the Mt.Kailash, you can see a large number of Indian pilgrims. Mt.Kailash is not the highest mountain in the area, but only the peak of its year-round snow can shine with a strange light in the sun shining, eye-catching eyes. The distribution of the four walls of the peak is very sharp symmetry, the shape of the crown pyramid. The special mountain shape is very different from the surrounding mountains. For centuries, the Mt.Kailash has been a fascinating place in the minds of pilgrims and explorers, but no one has ever been able to board the mountain, or no one has ever dared to break the center of the world.
FROM $690
  • 6 days
  • G03

Lhasa Gyantse Shigatse Group Tour

After sightseeing in Lhasa head straight to the coiling scorpion-lake of Yamdrotso before heading and the glacier-draped Karola pass to Gyantse with its must-see Pelkor Chöde Monastery with Gyantse Kumbum. A 90mins drive away is Shigatse, with its impressive Tashilump Monastery, one of the Six Big Monasteries of Gelugpa (or Yellow Hat Sect) in Tibet.
  • 10 days
  • H01

Lhasa Shigatse Mt.Everest Namtso Tour

Everyone wants the best itinerary in their Tibet Tour, and this is one of the good choices. Tourists can see the most popular scenic spots of Tibet, the Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Sera and Drepung Monastery in Lhasa, then Tashilhunpo Monastery and Rongbuk Monastery in Shigatse. Except for the above arrangement, there are two highlights in this route. One is the world’s highest peak, Mt. Everest, you can spend one night at the Everest Base Camp so that you can get close to it. The other one is Namtso Lake, which is one of the three holy lakes in Tibet and also the highest salt lake in the world. The great scenery will get you drawn absolutely.
Mt. Everest & Ngari Off-The-Beaten-Path Tour
  • 20 days
  • H04

Mt. Everest & Ngari Off-The-Beaten-Path Tour

Vast, thinly populated and with an average altitude of over 4500m, Ngari is Tibet’s wild west, a rough and ready frontier occupying one of the remotest corners of Aisa. Worshiped by more than a billion Buddhist and Hindus, Asia’s most sacred mountain, Mt Kailash rises from the Barkha plain like a giant four-sided 6714m chorten. Throw in the stunning nearby Lake Manasarovar and a basin that forms the source of four Asia’s greatest rivers; endowed with springs, Everest Base Camp(elev 5150m) has a couple of permanent structures and a small army base. Clamber up the small hill festooned with prayer flags for great views of the star attraction, Mt. Everest, then have your photo taken at the base camp marker, reads ‘Mt. Qomolangma Base Camp’.
Nepal Tibet Flight Tour
  • 10 days
  • N06

Nepal Tibet Flight Tour

See both Kathmandu & Lhasa in one tour, including major attractions such as Swyambhunath Stupa (Monkey Temple), Bodhnath Stupa, Pashupatinath Temple,Bhaktapur Durbar Square; Nagarkot Village, Patan Durbar Square, Patan Museum, Kathmandu Durbar Square, Potola Palace, Jokhang Temple, Barkhor Street, Drak Yerpa, Sera Monastery, Local Tibetan Family Visit, Namtso Lake, Yampachen Hot Spring…
FROM $870
  • 8 days
  • G05

Lhasa Mt. Everest Kathmandu Overland Group Tour

After exploring the most featured sites of authentic Tibetan culture in the holy city Lhasa like the world heritage Potala Palace, sacred Jokhang temple etc. We’ll drive to the Zhangmu Port through the Friendship Highway. On the way to Gyantse and Shigatse, experience the distinct culture of western (Tsang) Tibet, by driving along the stunning turquoise color lake Yamdrok and blooming Nyenchen Kangsar glacier under the sunny plateau climate. Undoubtedly more magnificent than any of her Himalayan neighbors, Mt Everest viewed from Tibet, unobscured by other mountains; it’s hard not to feel awed by one of the nature’s boldest achievement. Finally, we’ll get to the Border between Tibet and Nepal, this fantastic tour ends. (NOTE: THIS ITINERARY IS CURRENTLY UNAVILABLE! Due to the earthquake in Nepal in 2015, Zhangmu, the border town, which connected Nepal and Tibet, has been closed to foreigners ever since. The exact reopen time had been brought up then put off many times over, but still unsure. At the moment travelers can only fly between Nepal and Tibet. If anything changes, we will update here soonest.)

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