Less than half of the world’s Tibetans reside in Tibet and Qinghai on an average elevation of 4,700m, known as the “roof of the world”. People still look back to their glorious history when their armies dominated the Silk Routes and much of western China, assimilating the religion, culture and technology of these regions to become its unique and mysterious philosophy, astronomy and art.
From the fascinating holy capital of Lhasa through the moonlike Tibetan plateau and over mighty Himalayas, through historical small townships of Gyantze and Shigatze to the base camp of Everest. Feast your eyes with the snow-covered mountains, icy peaks, Gobi deserts, vast pastures, sparkling lakes, rare animals and colorful nomads.
Important Note on Tibet
All the Tibet tours are conducted under the Tibet Tourism rules and regulation. It is possible to experience unforeseen situations such as a road block, heavy snow fall, road diversion and highway maintenance etc. All these information may not be shared in advance with the tour operator. Your guide may adjust the itinerary along the way to facilitate your trip as much as possible.
Experience Tibet with Divine
8 Days | Cultural & Heritage
A classic tour covering the cultural centers of Tibet namely Lhasa, Shigatse and Gyantse. The highlights of this tour include ancient monasteries, unique overland landscapes, snow-covered mountains and dramatic high passes. Gain insight to the Tibetan Buddhist culture and experience exotic culture of the Tibetan locals.
10 Days | Adventure, Cultural & Heritage
A complete divine journey for travelers who want to experience both the cultural and natural landscapes in limited time. Apart from viewing the wonders in Lhasa, Gyantse and Shigatse, you will discover the alpine lakes, blue skies, snow-capped mountains, amazing sunrise and sacred sites, and deeply devoted pilgrims on your way to Mt. Everest.
11 Days | Cultural & Heritage
The touching beauty of the 'Heavenly Lake' Namtso should not be missed by any traveler who visits Tibet. In clear weather the water is a miraculous shade of turquoise and there are magnificent views of the nearby mountains. By the lake, you can view the peak of Nyianchentangula. The wide open spaces, dotted with the tents of local nomads are intoxicating.
12 Days | Cultural & Heritage
For many people, the reason they visit Tibet is to see the amazing view of the Everest’s famous North Face. The view of Everest from the north side gives a clear, sweeping view of the mountain. Unlike the Nepal side of Everest, no trekking is required to reach the Tibet side of Everest.