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Family Tibet tour with kids is not a fantastic experience, but an elaborate plan for the family.

Family Tibet Tour with Kids

Planning a family trip to Tibet? But worried that your kids won't fit into an adult's routine? Every trip is a great opportunity for children to explore the world, so we have carefully designed a variety of kid-friendly Tibet tours that include religious, cultural, historical, and natural family activities. Not only can you see all the main attractions, but you can also enjoy some unique experiences in Tibet such as visiting the most revered palaces and temples, tasting Tibetan food at Barkhor Street, strolling through Tibetan villages, admiring the world's highest peak, etc.

We also can tailor-make vacations to your family's special interests and requirements, ensuring you and your kids have a trip of a lifetime.

Lhasa - Gyantse - Shigatse - Lhasa
See historical landmarks of Tibet and learn about its culture to broaden your kids' understanding of cultural diversity.
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Show you the best of Lhasa including natural landscapes and cultural landmarks. Stroll along turquoise Yamdroktso Lake.
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Enjoy the most spectacular attractions in Lhasa and select experiences of local Tibetan life with your loved ones.
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Enjoy the scenery&culture from Lhasa to EBC and admire the magnificent view of Everest and the beauty of Sakya Temple.
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Lhasa - Gyantse - Shigatse - EBC - Shigatse - Lake Namtso - Lhasa
Explore Highlights of Lhasa, gaze on the world’s highest peak - Everest and have a fabulous sightseeing trip to Namtso.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Is there any age limitation for children to travel in Tibet?

There is no age limitation for people who travel to Tibet. Usually, there's no problem if you take your kids to visit Lhasa, Shigatse, Gyantse, Tesdang, etc. But if you want to travel to Everest Base Camp at the altitude of 5100m, you are suggested not to take any kid below four years old due to the harsh weather, long time driving, and altitude sickness. To be doubly sure, please consult your doctor before going to Tibet.

Instead of having the typical outdoor activities, you can immerse your family into other leisure ways to explore Tibet. Learning Buddhism culture, having a day with a Tibetan family, letting your kids associate with Tibetan kids, experiencing Tangka artwork via a workshop,  and having a simple night out with your kids along the Namtsoside are all good choices.

If your family is fond of outdoor activities, there're many hiking trails around Lhasa and other parts of Tibet. But the level of difficulties of these trails are far more demanding for little kids, and unless your family really likes outdoor activities, these activities may not be the best for your kids.

Yes, in Lhasa, there are many family suites in hotels like 5-star Shangri-La or St. Regis, 4-star Shambala Hotel, and 3-star House of Shambala. If you have two kids, We suggest you stay overnight at the House of Shambala, which is a good Tibetan style hotel and a suite with 3 beds. In Shigatse and other remote areas, it's a little bit hard to find a family suite. You can choose an adjoining room connected by a door.

From April to mid-June and from September to late October are the best time for taking kids to visit Tibet. The sky is very clear, and the weather is warm to stay in Tibet. Also, if you want to travel to Lhasa or nearby area, winter(from Nov to Jan) is a good season to visit. As Lhasa is called “The City of Sunlight”, you will feel warm in the daytime. In July and August, Tibet will enter the rainy season, but most of the time, it rains at night.

If you want to immerse your children into something amusingly historical and mysterious, Tibet should be foremost in your list. Lhasa, Shigatse, Tsedang, and the other cities of Tibet are culturally and historically unique, and these cities are surely worth spending a family vacation. Lhasa, for example, with its unique religious and cultural heritage, which is worth learning and experiencing. But Tibet is not solely Lhasa. There are also other remarkable destinations in Tibet like the Everest Base Camp, Yamdrok Lake, Shigatse, Gyantse, and other great sites that would surely be tantalizing prospects for your family vacation.

Tailor-made your tours within 0.5~24 hours

Want something different and unique? Just let us know! Please send us your ideas about the travel plans, destinations, attractions, your group, hotel class, etc. We specialize in planning your journey based on our first-hand experience, your budget, style, and interest!