Tibet Travel Guide

Tibet seems like a mystery lies in the corner of the world, but for the Buddhists, it lies in the center of the world. This magical land has a vast territory and few inhabitants, covered with snow-capped mountains, lush forests and turquoise holy lakes. Nowadays, visiting the “Roof of the World” is quite easy. Here are some refined advices for you like where to visit, when to start your tour, how to get to Tibet, what to pack, accommodation in Tibet...

Tibet Travel Blog

Demolition of Guangming Teahouse in Lhasa Demolition of Guangming Teahouse in Lhasa Guangming Teahouse used to be a well-known old brand teahouse. Sadly the demolition of Guangming Teahouse is a major event in the lives of locals recent days.
Tibet travel to become easier for foreigners in 2019 Tibet travel to become easier for foreigners in 2019 Tibet Autonomous Region plans to cut the time for issuing travel permits to overseas tourists by half in 2019, which means the foreign travelers could get their Tibet permit in about 1 week.
More flights to Tibet open on March 31, 2019 More flights to Tibet open on March 31, 2019 With the increasing demand of transportation into Tibet, Zhengzhou-Lhasa flight by West Airlines and Yinchuan-Lhasa flight by Tibet Airlines will be opened from March 31, 2019.
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Tibet Travel FAQs

QWhen is the best time to go? ATibet can be visited any time of year, though some times are better than others. The best time for your Tibet trip is from April to November, avoiding the cold and dry weather from December to February.
QIs it easy to find an ATM in Tibet? AYou won't have any problems finding an ATM in Lhasa and Shigatse, although you probably won't be able to find one in remote areas or the smaller towns. However, this situation is changing, and ATMs are gradually spreading out across the land.
QCan I see a sky burial in Tibet? ATo respect customs, unless you are invited by local Tibetan families, you have no chance to view sky burials or take photos of the practice, or do anything that is blasphemous around.
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Etiquettes and Customs
Etiquettes and Customs
With unique culture and religion, Tibetans have different ways of behavior in many aspects. Respect local customs and traditions when traveling in Tibet. Just like the old saying: Sing the local songs when you get to a local place.
Food and Drink
Food and Drink
You'll find various delicacies with unique ethnic flavor in Tibet. The high altitude and harsh climate made only a few crops could grow there. Tibetan cuisine is based primarily on toasted barley flour, wheat flour, mutton and beef.

Hot Scenic Spots

Tibet lies in the north-east of the Himalayas. It is special not only for the spectacular nature scenery, also the unique local customs. For a lot of people, Tibet is remote and inaccessible. But once you are here, you would know it’s a magical place, it is alien to common experiences. The beauty of Tibet is impossible to describe in words. Stop trying to define it, come and immerse yourself in it.
Potala Palace Potala Palace
Mt. Everest Mt. Everest
Yamdrok Lake Yamdrok Lake
Sera Monastery Sera Monastery
Namtso Lake Namtso Lake
Mt. Kailash Mt. Kailash

Client Feedback

From Mrs. Florentina Gadau From Mrs. Florentina Gadau
GTT-V-3026, 28-05-2019

Hello Violet, We arrived home safe and happy. The experience in Tibet was wonderful. Thank you for your professionalism and way of organizing our trip. Kind regards, Florentina

From Ms. Florencia  Marino From Ms. Florencia Marino
GTT-V-3074, 28-05-2019

Hi Violet, how are you? We were most impressed with all you assistance before the trip. You did am amazing job, replying always on time and providing all the information needed, so thank you very much!!