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Tibet Trekking Tour

Located on Tibetan Plateau and the northern side of the Himalayas, Tibet is the holy and mystic land for trekking travelers. From famous monasteries, endless grasslands, the charming lakes, the snow-capped Himalaya mountains, and mystic Mount Kailash, you could find nearly all the natural scenery you want to see in Tibet.

With many years of Tibet tour experience, we recommend some hiking trails in Tibet, which will offer you breathtaking scenery and unforgettable experiences.

#1 Trekking around Mt.Kailash is one of the most challenging trekking routes in the world, but it’s the most meaningful that you will reduce a lot of sins and receive more happiness after finishing it. It’s the perfect trekking journey which combines with the spiritual sublimation, cultural learning, and physical challenge.

#2 Trekking to Everest Base Camp from old Tingri offers you a good way to get close to Mount Everest-the highest mountain in the world. It’s an excellent alpine hike journey in the shadow of Mount Everest. On the way to Everest Base Camp, you could pay a visit to many wild animals and explore the valleys and glaciers below the northern side of Everest.

#3 Trekking to Samye from Ganden monastery is a perfect journey for travelers who want to experience mystic Tibetan Buddhist culture and beautiful Natural landscape in Tibet. Along the way, you could visit the holy lake, the nomadic camp, and the two largest religious centers in Tibet – Ganden monastery and Samye monastery.

The best time to trek in Tibet is from April to June and from September to October while the weather gets warmer and less snow. From July to August, Tibet will enter rainy season but almost rainy at night.

Popular Tibet Trekking Tour packages

We offer classic and popular Tibet trekking tour packages, which have been successfully operated for many years and recommended by most of our customers. Also, you can feel free to contact us to customize a Tibet trekking tour!

 

Frequently asked questions

1 How to Get Tibet Permits to Lhasa?

For foreign tourists who would like to travel to Tibet, you need to get your Tibet Travel Permits as well as China visa. For China visa, you need to apply for it in your home country before the tour starts. For Tibet Travel Permits, we will take care of all necessary Tibet permits after your Tibet tour booked with us. You are suggested to send us your copies of passport and Chinese visa by email at least 12-working days prior to your entry date, so that we can get you all Tibet Permits in time before the tour starts and mail it to your hotel in a Chinese city.

Kindly note: If you enter Tibet from Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal, you don’t have to apply for a Chinese visa in your home country. You are required to get a China Group Visa when you arrive in Kathmandu within 3-working days. We have a nepal partner who can help you get it in Nepal. So don’t worry about it! : )

2 How can I prepare for high altitude adjustment?

As Tibet located on a plateau with the average altitude of 3,600 meters, most people who want to travel in Tibet always worry about high Altitude Sickness. Don’t worry too much! Our customers’ age range from 20 years old to 70 years old, there is no evidence that suggests that age has anything to do with the occurrence of mountain sickness. Here are some tips for high altitude adjustment as follows,

* Travelers with a severe cold, a high fever, acute or chronic pulmonary diseases, and severe cardiovascular diseases should avoid traveling to regions with a high altitude such as Tibet.

*Nifedipinum, Nuodikang Capsules and Suoluomabao Capsules (known as Hongjingtian Capsules in Chinese) can help some people prevent altitude sickness. You are suggested to take them three days before arriving in Tibet.

*To prevent altitude sickness, you are also suggested to have a proper rest when you arrive in Lhasa for the first day. You can have two days in Lhasa with a lower altitude in order to adapt to high altitude, then travel to Everest Base Camp or other high lands in Tibet.

* Our tour guide will take care of you and give some useful tips on how to avoid high altitude sickness on arrival. A bottle of oxygen and first aid kit will be prepared on the vehicle for each person for emergency use. You can drink pretty water every day to prevent altitude sickness. Cigarette shall be forbidden as well as drink alcohol. What’s more, always remember that if you have any problems or feel uncomfortable, please tell your tour guide immediately or contact our travel consultant.

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