Multi-cities Tibet China Tours allow you to see a little bit of everything in China & Tibet, especially suitable for first-timers who seek a general impression of different cities of China & Tibet.
From the wide open and empty panoramas of Tibet to the push and shove of Shanghai, from the volcanic dishes of Sichuan to the capital city of Beijing, a journey through this colossus of a country is a mesmerizing encounter with the most populous and perhaps most culturally idiosyncratic nation on earth.
Central Lhasa Tours cover the central parts of Tibet, including Lhasa, Shigatse, Tsetang, and Namtso, etc. For those with limited time or whom worried abt high altitude, Central Lhasa Tours would be your best choice.
Lhasa with an average altitude of 3660m, the relatively lower-altitude in Tibet, is everybody’s must-see. The major sights include Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Barkhor Circuit, Drepung Monastery, Sera Monastery. etc. There are plenty of excursions to be made from Lhasa. An overnight return trip to stunning Namtso Lake; with another couple of days, you can visit Tsetang and Shigatse.
One big draw of Tibet to most travellers is the world’s highest peak—Mt. Everest(aka. Mt Qomolangma). Mt Everest Tours provide you with various itineraries to Everest Base Camp, the star attraction of Tibet.
Some 27,000 sq km of territory around Mt Everest’s Tibetan face have been designated as the Qomolangma Nature Reserve. An overnight here at 5000m guarantees the view of Mt Everest’s unobstructed north face framed in the prayer flags of Rongbuk Monastery or from a nomad tent. The Tibetan approach provides far better vistas than those on the Nepali side, and access is a lot easier as there is also a road all the way up.
Mt Kailash Ngari Tours provides you with various tour options to the vast, thinly populated Ngari, Tibet’s wild west with an average altitude of over 4500m. From Lhasa to Ngari, most tours will take between 2~3 weeks.
Worshipped by more than a billion Buddhists and Hindus, Asia’s most sacred mountain, Mt Kailash, rises from the Barkha plain in Ngari, western Tibet, like a giant four-sided 6714m chorten. Throw in the stunning nearby Lake Manasarovar and a basin that forms the source of four of Asia’s greatest rivers, and who’s to say this place really isn’t the centre of the world? Travel here to one of the world’s most beautiful and remote corners brings an added bonus: the three-day pilgrim path around the mountain erases the sins of a life time.
Tibet Hike Kora Tours provides you with the best hike or kora routes in Tibet. The best time to hike in Tibet is during the warmer half of the year, from May to earlier Oct.
Tibet’s koras(pilgrim hike routes) are the key to its soul. Form 30m-long paths around a holy inner sanctum to month-long treks around a holy peak, koras are the ultimate fusion of the mind and the body, and the easiest way to meet Tibetans on their own terms. Trekking the roof of the world isn’t easy. The altitude, weather and rugged terrain all present significant challenges. If you are up to it, hiking past nomad tents to remote settlements will reward you not only the incredible scenery but spiritual growth as well.
Tibet Train Tours provide you with train tickets booking and tour in Tibet. The Qinghai-Tibet train line is an engineering marvel. Topping out at 5072m, it is the world’s highest railway.
All trains cross the Tibetan plateau during daylight, guaranteeing you great views. From Golmud the train climbs through desert into the jagged caramel-coloured mountains of Nanshankou, passing what feels like a stone’s throw from the impressive glaciers beside Jade Pearl Peak. Other highlights include the nearby tunnel through the 4776m Kunlun Pass, abd Tsonak Lake, 9.5hrs from Golmud near Amdo, claimed to be the highest freshwater lake in the world at 4608m. Keep your eyes peeled throughout the journey for antelope, fox and wild asses, plus the occasional momad. The train crosses into Tibet over the 5072m Tangula Pass, the line’s highest point.
Eastern Tibet Tours included the most popular tours to Nyingtri, eastern Tibet, a land of ragging rivers and deep gorges, alpine forests and rolling grasslands. The best time to travel eastern Tibet is from Apr to Nov.
Equally remote, but completely different scenically, are the wild valleys and gorges of eastern Tibet. From Lhasa the southern route heads eastwards over a high pass to the beautiful lake of Draksumtso and the fascinating Kongpo Region, with its lovely Lamaling Temple. From here the road climbs to the Serkhymla, for excellent views in good weather of Namche Barwa, before dropping down into the dramatic gorges north of the Yarlung Tsangpo. There’s some great accommodation on lake Ngantso & Rawoktso, from where you can visit nearby glaciers.
Tibet Nepal Tours, in general includes overland tours or flight tours between Tibet and Nepal. If you are planning to come to Tibet from Nepal, we ll in charge of not only obtain you Tibet Tourism Bureau Permit (TTB) but China Group Visa in Kathmandu as well.
The more popular overland route via the 1300km Friendship Hwy had a setback since Apr 2015 due to the earthquake in Nepal, the Zhangmu Port which connected Tibet & Nepal, had been severely damaged, but now a new port called Kyirong has been opened to foreign travellers.
Tibet Group Tours are especially suitable for single travellers. Tibet is vast, from point A to point B usually covers a long mileage, by join a group to share the expense of vehicle and guide with others, you will save significantly.
We have 8 different duration of Tibet Group Tours for you to choose, from the simple 4-day Lhasa city tour to the challenging 15-day Mt Kailash Kora tour, one of it would be a good fit for your plan. With a maximum of 12pax per group, you are guaranteed of attention from your local Tibetan guide. Also the chance to meet and travel with travellers from the world, is bonus as well.
With Rasuwagadi/Gyirong Port newly opened in Aug 2017 to foreigners, now it is possible travel overland from Kathmandu to Lhasa. This 8-day Nepal to Tibet Overland with EBC Tour via Rasuwagadi/Gyirong Port is a very classic route starting at Kathmandu & ending at Lhasa, with Mt Everest being its sta
This itinerary is especially designed for seniors to travel central Tibet at a more leisurely pace but none less adventurous. Seniors can conquer the highland of Tibet no less than young ones but at a different speed. The tour is proceed at a leisurely pace, allowing seniors to explore each location
Gyirong Port (aka. Kerung, Kyirong) is newly opened to foreigners on 29 Aug 2017. It had been a long wait since Nepal earthquake in April 2015, and finally you can travel overland between Tibet & Nepal via Gyirong Port. Come and join this brand new route of Lhasa → Gyantse → Shigatse → EBC → Gyi