Tibet Tour

Tibet Tour 

Tibet is one of the most beautiful places in the world, which is known as the roof of the world. It is located on the highest elevation in the southwest of the Tibetan plateau and northern Himalaya. The region covers more than 1.2 million square kilometres. The high mountains cover vast territories in Tibet, where agriculture is not possible. The average height of the entire region is over 4,500 meters. It borders Nepal, India, Bhutan, and Burma in the south and the Chinese mainland in the north. 

Tibet surrounded by the majestic Himalayas, centuries-old customs and traditions, and the mysticism of wilderness of lifestyle offer tourists one of the leading destinations for various tourist activities. You can choose between trekking, mountaineering, and Climbing as well as cultural studies and research in Tibet. The exoticness found in the amenities of rural life and tranquillity that Buddhist culture makes Tibet as a must-visit place for adventure and nature lovers. More than 50 peaks over 7,000m, a host of Himalayan Rivers having their origin in Tibet also add to the magnificence of this colourful land 

Tibet Tour Packages are the best way to explore and experience the Tibetan Nature, Culture, and monuments and learn about Tibetan Buddhism, the history, culture, and landscape of Tibet. Tibet offers unique views and geographies that attract thousands of tourists every year.

The tour in Tibet is also popular with pilgrims as Tibet has popular Hindu pilgrimage sites called Kailash, Heaven, and Lord Shiva's place. Besides, Tibet has numerous ancient Buddhist monasteries belonging to the different sects of Buddhism. 

Visits to Tibet have guided tours because visitors cannot travel to Tibet without a guide and prior reservation from a licensed travel agency. Tibet travel permits, China visa, tour guide, and hotel must be reserved in advance before entering Tibet. We can offer the entire Tibet Tour and trekking; even we are in Kathmandu Nepal. Kathmandu is the best and most comfortable place to start and end a tour in Tibet. You can tour Tibet by land across the Nepalese-Tibetan border or take a flight to Lhasa and return to Kathmandu by plane as there are regularly scheduled flights between Kathmandu and Lhasa.