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Tibet Trekking Pacakges

  • In general,Tibet is situated over 4000 meters above sea level in average. This inaccessible land creates lots of possibilities of trekking routes for adventure travelers. Whether it is a pilgrimage trek or a mountain trek, Tibet offers trekking trips from as short as one day to as long as about one month depending on your requirement. But the treks are not feasible from December to March as the temperature goes very low and also the days becomes much shorter. We offer various types of treks to Tibet, with a range of 9 to 16 days. We understand that a visit to Tibet is a highly personal expense, and we can arrange a trek to meet your specific needs. If you want a well organized trekking tour, we can offer you professional trekking support including expedition cook, well prepared meals, trekking animals and porters, high quality trekking equipment, trained trekking tour guides. If you are looking for a cheap trek, we can also offer you just a trekking tour guide.

  • Kangding Trek DAY 1: Arrive in Chengdu
    DAY 2: Chengdu to Kangding
    DAY 3 - 4: Trekking day
    DAY 5: Lhagang to Chengdu
    DAY 6 - 7: Chengdu - departure
  • Lhasa Nam-Tso Lake Trek DAY 1 - 3: Arrival in Lhasa, Sightseeing
    DAY 4 - 6: Trekking Day
    DAY 7 - 8: Tashi Do and Namtso Lake Tashi Do
    DAY 9 - 12: Lhasa - Gyangtse - Sakya - Shegar
    DAY 13 - 15: Shegar - Rongbuk Nylam - Nepal
  • Nartang to Shalu Trek DAY 1 - 3: Arrival in Lhasa - Sightseeing Tour
    DAY 4: Lhasa - Yamdrok-tso - Gyantse
    DAY 5 - 6: Shalu Monastery - upper Lungsang
    DAY 7: Ngor Monastery - Nartang Monastery
    DAY 8 - 9: Shigatse - Lhasa - Departure
  • Yamdrok Trek DAY 1 - 3: Lhasa - Yamdrok Yumtso Lake
    DAY 4:Gyangtse - Shigatse - Old Tingri
    DAY 5 - 6: Danak - Nam-La Pass - Chogorong
    DAY 7 - 8: Rongbuk - Everest Base Camp
    DAY 9 - 11: Shigatse - Shigatse to Lhasa.
  • Tibet is one of the five autonomous regions in the China; it was admitted on September 1, 1965.
  • Provincial Capital - Lhasa, the "Holy City" and the "City of Sunlight".
  • Location - Situated in the southwest of China, on the Tibetan Plateau, the highest region on Earth. See the location map of Tibet.
  • Area 1,200,000 square kilometers. Making up 12.8% of China's area, Tibet is the second largest region of China after Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region.
  • Bordering Countries Nepal, India, Sikkim, Bhutan, Burma. Map of Tibet and Nepal
  • Ethnic Composition 92.8% Tibetan, 6.1% Han, 0.3% Hui, 0.5% others
  • Religions - Tibetan Buddhism, Animism
  • Festivals - Tibetan New Year, Shoton Festival, Bathing Festival. Click to see more about the festivals celebrated in Tibet.
  • Geography Average Altitude Bounded by the Himalayan mountains to the south, the region sits on a high plateau at 4,000-5,000 meters (13,000-16,400 feet), resulting in its nickname "the roof of the world." Tibet Geography Map
  • Main Rivers Brahmaputra River, Nujiang River, Jinshajiang River, and Lancang River