Our small group tours in Tibet are perfect for those who are looking for the best value offer. We create itineraries to address a variety of interests. They include important religious sights, stunning nature views, opportunities to interact with locals and plenty of possibilities to take incredible photos.
You will be traveling with local Tibetan driver and English speaking Tibetan guide. Most of the tours are easy to moderate difficulty level and don’t require any prior hiking or trekking experience. However, we advise you to read the full description and contact us with any questions you might have.
For more details, please check the itineraries of group tours.
This special tour takes you to the sacred Mount Kailash during the biggest festival of the year. Saga Dawa Festival celebrated the day of Buddha’s birth, enlightenment, and death. It attracts thousands of pilgrims from all around Tibet, India and the world. You will see the greatest diversity of Tibetan national dress as people wear their best clothes for the festival.
The 8 days Peach Blossom Festival tour combines cultural exploration with opportunities to enjoy incredible landscapes of Tibet. We will start our tour in Lhasa, the capital of Tibet. In Lhasa, we explore Potala Palace, 7th century Jokhang Temple, Sera and Drepung monasteries.
After that, we will take the scenic road towards Nyingchi, the Eastern region of Tibet. Nyingchi is famous for its gorgeous natural views, where you can enjoy the sights of green lush vegetation covering mountain slopes, rivers, lakes and of course the famous peach blossom.
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