Tibet Tours

Tibet Tours

 Tibet Tours As the Top Tibet tour operator, Tibet Visit promises to present the ultimate travel experience to world-wide tourists via a galaxy of carefully-engineered tour products. Our quality service begins as our thoughtful travel consultants handle your emails to inquire about a customized Tibet tour. And throughout the tour, they will together with our client service manager in Lhasa provide back-up service for you.

All our seasoned Tibetan guides are well-trained and hospitable. They are ready to help you out whenever you have difficulties touring in Tibet. Meanwhile, ensuring a pleasant and safe tour on extreme plateau is our primary concerns. To that end, we listen to your need and keep improving our tour service and optimize the tour products.

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Overland to Mt. Kailash and Lake Mansarovar tour starts upon your arrival at Kathmandu valley. Furthermore, enjoy sightseeing around one of the most beautiful and ancient city of the world. Likewise, Kathmandu Valley (1360m) has blessings of with classic artifacts. Also, ancient and historic palaces and shrines and many more. Moreover, commence this exotic tour into the Himalayan wilderness of Mt Kailash. And also enjoy sightseeing fascinating Himalayan panorama, unseen landscape, charismatic Lake. Furthermore, enjoy the visit around cultural settlement and there warm hospitality. Organize By Gurla mandata trek

This Lhasa tour drives also overland from Kathmandu to Lhasa across the Gurla Mandata trek by way of the incredible Arniko Highway that connects Nepal with Tibet. Enjoy fabulous Mountain scenery en route, also visit mystical Buddhist monasteries of Tashilungpo at Shigatse the KumbumStupa at Gyantse, and drive past the beautiful turquoise lake.

In Lhasa visit the famous Potala and Norbulinkha palaces, the great Drepung Monastery . And walk through the bustling Barkor Bazaar before flying back to Kathmandu (or onward to China). Also a choice of hotels are available in Lhasa and in other places. An unforgettable encounter with forbidden’ Tibet.