to the world of Shangri-La (Tibet)
land of myths and mysteries, inhabits by very friendly and smiling people. Tibet has not
only exerted a magnetic spell upon travelers for centuries, but also spies, missionaries,
scholars, geographers, mystics and solders of fortune.
fascinating world of timeless splendor, unique tradition and breathtaking scenery,
isolated from the rest of the world by the mighty Himalayan range.
several successful years in the travel / trekking business we have become experts in tours
to Tibet and make the journey easy, pleasant and affordable.
it's a trip to Mt. Kailash and Mansarovear Lake (a holy Hindu and Buddhist pilgrimage
location) or several days exploring the fascinating city of Lhasa.
of our present tours: following Tibet fixed departure tours conducted
regularly, every Saturday, Tuesday, and Thursday. We know, you will have life time
Tour 1: Driving in flying out, a seven-night and eight-day
Tour 2: Flying in flying out, a three-night and four-day journey to Lhasa.
Tour 3: Flying in flying out, a four- night and five-day journey to Lhasa
Tour 4: Flying in flying out, a five-night and six-day in and around Lhasa.
Tour 5: Flying in flying out, a seven-night and eight-day in Lhasa, Gyantse, Xigatse, Tsedang- Samye
Tour 6: Drive in fly out or drive in drive out, a fifteen-night and sixteen-day trek / tour in Mt. Kailash and Mansarover Lake
Booking and Visa:
We need your original passport for five full working days, otherwise, there will be additional costs for the Tibet visas. Visa for Tibet must be obtained at the Chinese Embassy in Kathmandu.
Altitude & Health:
Travelling in Tibet is an adventure involving high altitude and could be strenuous. While most visitors experience only minor effects from the altitude, we advise those with heart, lung or blood disease to contact their physician for advice. Mild headache, fever, loss of appetite or stomach disorder can take place in the process of acclimatization.
Our advice for better acclimatization: drink a minimum four litters
of water a day, do not exhaust yourself, breath-deep and take more rest than usual.