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        Tibet Group Tours

        Every year, hundreds of thousands of tourists flock to Tibet, the roof of the world. Most domestic and international tourists go to Tibet by joining in a group tour package, because a Tibet group tour could save much money for them, and an experienced local travel company offers them the safest way to travel among the dramatic peaks and serene lakes in Tibet.

        The Tibet tour group packages listed as below were designed based on our 10 years’ experience of organizing tours to the most popular attractions available to international tourists in Tibet. We promise there are no shops, no factories and no detours during your tour. Besides, we will arrange local tour guides and buy double insurance for our customers.Furthermore, we offer high-quality service with low price!

        10-Day Nyingchi EBC and Namtso Tour

        10-Day Nyingchi EBC and Namtso Tour

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        Look upward to show our respect to the highest mountain in the world and delve into the paradise of flowers and forests in painting-like Nyingchi.

        15-Day Mt. Kailash Trekking Tour with Guge Kingdom

        15-Day Mt. Kailash Trekking Tour with Guge Kingdom

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        Learn about the religion via the sightseeing beside the Mount Kailash and Lake Manasarovar. The magnificent relic of Guge Kingdom will get you shocked.

        14-Day Mt. Kailash Trekking Pilgrimage Group Tour

        14-Day Mt. Kailash Trekking Pilgrimage Group Tour

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        Trek around the Mount Kailash for three days to understand the holy mountain. The awe-inspiring Mount Everest will shock you too.

        8-Day Nyingchi, Lhasa and Lake Namtso Sightseeing Tour

        8-Day Nyingchi, Lhasa and Lake Namtso Sightseeing Tour

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        Relax yourself and admire the charming sceneries beside three sacred lakes in Tibet. The Karola Glacier and monasteries in Lhasa city make your visit to Tibet even more unforgettable.

        9-Day Classic Trip to EBC with Namtso Lake

        9-Day Classic Trip to EBC with Namtso Lake

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        Enjoy two of Tibet’s holiest lakes: Namtso and Yamdrok Lake. Fulfill your lifetime adventure to the highest mountain in the world - Mount Everest

        7-Day Central Tibet Group Tour with Namtso

        7-Day Central Tibet Group Tour with Namtso

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        Explore all the highlights in Lhasa and Shigatse, such as the Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple and tow holy lakes, Yamdrok and Namtso.

        8-Day Lhasa-Shigatse-EBC Group Tour

        8-Day Lhasa-Shigatse-EBC Group Tour

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        Spend one night in the Everest Base Camp before watching the sunrise on the world’s highest mountain. Will not miss the essence in Lhasa and Shigatse.

        6-Day Lhasa Shigatse Classic Group Tour

        6-Day Lhasa Shigatse Classic Group Tour

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        Cruise through the incredible central area in Tibet to marvel at the unrivaled views and soak up the mysterious atmosphere in historical sites such as the Potala Palace.

        5-Day Lhasa Pilgrimage Tour

        5-Day Lhasa Pilgrimage Tour

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        Soak up the sacred Tibetan Buddhist atmosphere in 5 holy places for people in Tibet. The exquisite buildings are also highlights.

        7-Day Overland Group Tour from Lhasa to Kathmandu

        7-Day Overland Group Tour from Lhasa to Kathmandu

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        Potala Palace, Yamdrok Lake, Karola Glacier and Mount Everest Base Camp, catch the charming attractions on your road from Lhasa to Kathmandu.

        5-Day Lhasa Group Tour with Yamdrok Lake

        5-Day Lhasa Group Tour with Yamdrok Lake

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        Visit the iconic sites in Tibet, such as the Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Drepung and Sera monasteries and holy Lake Yamdrok in with a group of friendly tourists.

        5-Day Lhasa-Namtso-Lhasa Group Tour

        5-Day Lhasa-Namtso-Lhasa Group Tour

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        Hop on a tourist bus to touch the sacred sites in the city of Lhasa in the first three days, and then, Relax yourself beside the breath-taking Lake Namtso.

        4-Day Lhasa Join-in Group Tour

        4-Day Lhasa Join-in Group Tour

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        Touch the magnificent Potala Palace and sacred Jokhang Monastery by yourself, rather than watching them on TV. Our price is screaming “Let’s go!”

        Join in Tours FAQ

        • How many people are there in a tour group?

          Normally, there will be 8 to 10 tourists in a tour group. In order to let every tourist listen to our tour guides’ introduction clearly, there will not be more than people. Besides, we know lots of luggage are needed for a tour to Tibet, so the number of group members is limited to make sure there will be enough place for you to store your luggage.

          It would be ok if you do not want to travel with other people, please be free to let us know. We will arrange a private tour with private driver and guide for you.

        • If there are not enough people in my group, will my group be cancelled?

          No, once your deposit is received, the departure date of your group is confirmed. Even though you are the only member of your group, the group will depart on time. Unless the government decide to close Tibet or the natural conditions are not good, such as frozen road, flood, earthquake and so on, every tour group of ours will depart on time.

        • Do I have to go to an appointed city to meet other members in my group and go to Tibet together with them?

          No, it is up to you. We would ask you for the city where you will depart for Tibet from and apply for the Tibet Entry Permit (Tibet Visa) based on the information you provide. So, you just need to tell us where you will take a flight or train to Tibet, and we will list it on your Tibet Entry Permit. Please note that currently, the government only allow international tourists to travel to Tibet by flight or train.

          The photo copy of your passport and China Visa are the required documents for the application of Tibet Entry Permit.

        • Can I book the hotels by myself?

          Yes, no matter you book a group tour or private tour with us, you could book hotels on your own. In order to avoid inconvenience, please make sure the hotel you want to book is qualified to serve international tourists. Just let us know if you want to book hotels by yourself, and the price for hotel will be cut from our quotation.

          In some remote areas, there are only guesthouses which could not be book on the internet. It is better to let us book accommodation for you in those areas, such as Mount Kailash and Everest Base Camp.

          Warm tips: The hotels included in our group packages are our most recommended hotels, and we could book them at a relatively low price. So, please let us know the price of hotel you want to stay in Tibet and we will check if we can get a better price.

        • Which types of vehicles do you use for the group tour packages?

          The types of vehicles vary according to the size of a tour group. Normally, we use 7-to-8-seat business car for the group with less than or equal with 4 people; 9-seat Mini bus for 5 to 7 people; 15-seat bus for 8 to 12 people; 17-seat bus for 13-14 people; 19-to-21-seat bus for 15-17 people and 29-seat bus for 18-20 people.

          Normally, there are only 8 to 10 members in a tour group. However, if you are booking a Tibet tour for more than 10 people, we could arrange a bigger vehicle. If you have more than 20 people, two vehicles are needed for the sake of safety.

        • Are there any tourist shops in the schedules of your group tour packages?

          No, we promise there would not be any shops, factory outlets or detours included in any package. Our tour guide and driver will only take you to attractions. If you want, you could buy souvenirs in the shops around those attractions. Our guide could recommend the souvenirs for you, but there would absolutely be no forced shopping.

          Warm tips: Over 200 shops and booths are located on the Barkhor Street. It is a good choice to buy local handicrafts, tea, dessert, costumes and accessories on the street.

        • Are there many restaurants in Tibet?

          It depends on where you will go in Tibet. Generally speaking, the restaurants in the urban area of Lhasa and Shigatse are much better than other places. Restaurants in both Chinese and Western can be found in these two cities.

          Restaurants in other places almost only offer Sichuan food, which is spicy and hot. You may also find a few restaurants offering local Tibetan food. According to our customers’ feedback, only a few of them like Tibetan food.

          In order to do the sightseeing smoothly, tourists are recommended to have lunch or dinner in the same restaurant.

        • Are there vegetarian restaurants in Tibet?

          There are not so many vegetarian restaurants in Tibet. Please let your guide know if you are a vegetarian. We will ask the restaurants to prepare vegetarian food for you.

          Tibetan food usually consists of staple food, soup and meat or vegetable. Most local people like mid flavors, so they only add a little salt and scallion in food. With the development of tourism, more and more people from other places go to Tibet to open their own restaurants, but there are still lots of local people who stick to their eating habits.

        • Are your tour guides local Tibetan people?

          Yes, all our tour guides are local Tibetan people. They speak Tibetan language, Mandarin and English. Some of them also speak other languages. Many Tibetan people learned Buddhism in other countries, such as India and Nepal. So, their English is even better than Chinese.

          If you want a tour guide who speaks other language to serve you, it is recommended to book a private tour, but the tour guide might be from other places of China.

        • Is there age limit for your Tibet group tours?

          No, you can join in our tour groups as long as you are healthy. Our youngest customer was only 2 years old when he went to Lhasa in 2011, while we also arranged Tibet tours for an 80-year-old senior customer in 2015. So, if your medical reports say it is ok for you to travel, please feel free to contact us for a Tibet tour.

          Warm tips: If you have heart disease or have ever undergone any major surgery, please ask your doctors for advice. After all, traveling to a plateau area is tougher than plain area.

        • I am a solo traveler. Can I join in your group?

          Yes, you are welcomed to join in our group tour packages even if you are a solo-traveler. in order to save more money, there would be a tourist who is willing to share room with you. We will make sure that the tourist’s gender is the same with you. If you do not want to share a room with others, you could pay the single room supplement to occupy the room alone.

          Warm tips: It is suggested to share a room with another tourist in Tibet, because talking to each other is helpful to acclimatize to the high altitude.

        • Do you have any emergency measures to deal with altitude sickness?

          Please kindly check out emergency measures to deal with altitude sickness as below:

          1. Taking a good rest. There will not be any sightseeing on the day you enter Tibet, because you need to take a good rest to get accustomed to high-altitude.

          2. Moving slowly. Even though you feel ok, it would still be better to walk slowly. The symptoms of altitude sickness, which include headache, chest pain and shortness of breath, may appear later. Most people would be better after one day.

          3. Taking medicine. There are a few kinds of medicine to lessen the altitude sickness, please inquire the local doctors for details. It is to recommended to take these medicine 3 days ahead of the day you enter Tibet.

          We will prepare oxygen for every tour group. Please let your guide know once you do not feel good.

        • Can your company book train or flight for me?

          Yes, please kindly let us know if you want us to book train or flight for you. We only book flight or train for tourists who would also book group or private tour packages with us.

          Tibet Entry Permit, which can only be applied by a Tibet local travel agency, is needed for international tourists who travel to Tibet. And international tourists must be accompanied by a local agency’s tour guides when they are in Tibet, so even though we are willing to book train or flight for you without asking you to book tour package with us, you are not allowed to travel in Tibet independently. That is why you have to book a tour with us.

        • When is the best time to go to Nyingchi for the Peach Blossom Festival?

          The best time to admire the Peach Blossom varies due to the altitudes of different places in Nyingchi area. For example, in the low-altitude places, such as Pomi, the peach blossom will be most beautiful at the end of March. And in Bayi Town, where the altitude is higher than Pomi, the peach blossom will be at its best time in the middle of April.

          The Gala village is the most renowned place to admire peach blossom in Nyingchi, besides, the Lake Basumtso and Lulang Forest are also good sites for peach blossom appreciation.