Tibet Tour

Tibet is a scenic holy city in the the Himalayas. It is an independent nation with its own history, cultural heritage and identity. It is the abode of the Holy Dalai Lama. It is surrounded beautifully by high mountains, Karakoram on West, Himalayas on south and Kunlun on North. It's a paradise for tourists and a trekker's delight. The valley is also adorned by some rivers adding onto the beauty of this place. The Tibet tour is an extensive tour of this Kingdom to explore the mesemerising beauty and rich history.

Some of the places to visit include the Potala Place, Jokhang Temple, the Tashilunpo Monastery by the Tibetian railway. This railway tour gives you the opportunity to enjoy the wonderful landscapes of Lhasa. There are many monasteries to visit. As it is an independent nation, a visa is required.


The Architecture of the buildings in Tibet reflect an Indian as well as Chinese influence. Some rivers too originate from Tibet. The weather is normally warm summers and cold winters. Some places are comparatively colder even in summers so don't forget to carry some warm clothes. The main city and the capital of Tibet is Lhasa. This is where you can do the sightseeing of various monasteries and temples. The Sera Monastery is the world heritage UNESCO site. The Potala Palace is apparently the residence of the Dalai Lama. You can also visit the Norbulingka, Ramoche and Jokhang temple. You can visit the nearby places too like Nepal and Bhutan.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The best time to visit Tibet is April and May or September and October. This is the spring and autumn of the region. Monsoon is the worst time to visit. Monsoon starts in June and ends by August.

Top places to visit in Tibet are Mount Kailash, Norbulingka, Everest Base Camp, Yamdrok Lake, Nam Tso, Guge Kingdom, Gyantse, Lhasa, Lulang Forest, Samye Monastery, Lake Manasarovar, Yarlung Tsangpo Grand Canyon, Tashilhunpo Monastery, Sakya Monastery, and others.

Crime rates are low and thus the place is safe. The only element of danger here is the altitude and physical environment. Stick to the allowed destinations and follow the instructions to be safe.

In south-east Tibet, the average temperature is 8 degrees C. In Western Tibet, the average temperature runs below zero degrees C. The central Tibet has an average temperature of 29 degrees C.

Tibet is home to Himalayas and some of the magnificent natural beauties like lakes, canyons, and more. The Buddhism culture of the land gives interesting festivals, colorful monasteries, and an exotic beauty. Tibet is also famous for the hospitality and the challenging environment.

The best month to visit Tibet is April to May. This is the time for adventure activities, exploration, ascending the Mount Everest, photography, and enjoying the culture.

The challenging landscape has kept the country away from commercialization. Thus, the raw nature and the untouched culture are the special elements of Tibet.

The ancient religion of Tibet is Bon. Today, most of the people follow Tibetan Buddhism. This is a collaboration of Bajrayana and Mahayana. It is a type of Buddhism culture derived from the northern parts of India. There are minority groups of Hindus, Muslims, and Christians too.

Beef, mutton, and yak meat are very common. Top dishes to try are thenthuk, tsampa, momos, thukpa, gundain, gyaho, chexo, sepen, and others. Top beverages to try are butter tea, raksi, ara, and chhaang. Butter tea made with yak milk is the national beverage of Tibet. Complete Info.

As per experts, the route from northeast ridge in Tibet is more challenging than the South Col of Nepal. The Nepal route has less steeper ascend and the climate is also comparatively accommodating. However, both are very challenging routes.

Tibetan culture revolves around the tantric form of Buddhism formed by Vajrayana and Mahayana. This belief includes spells, exorcism, and spirits. The literature, art, music, and lifestyle of the locals revolve around religion.

The three beliefs of Tibetan Buddhism are Anitya – everything changes and nothing will last forever, Dukkha – no one can avoid suffering or pain, and Anatma – there is no soul; there is no next birth.

If you are planning a trekking vacation, 10-16 days would be a good choice. If you are looking for a complete sightseeing tour, 5-8 days is the common choice.

Tibet is a mystic and lively nature for outdoor lovers. If you love to experience exotic beauty and challenge yourself to explore extreme regions, Tibet is a wonderful place to visit.

In general, it takes 21 days for permit processing. You cannot visit Tibet as a single tourist or a family. You need to visit as a part of any travel agency. If you are planning to cover Mount Kailash as a part of your tour, it would take four weeks for permit processing.

Although China believes that Tibet has been a part of their nation since more than 800 years ago, Tibet is an independent state and is not a part of China.