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Tibet Holidays

Set high on the roof of the world and guarded by the planet’s highest peaks, including the colossal Mount Everest, Tibet is a place that has long attracted travellers with its aura of magic and mystery.

An immensely spiritual place, Buddhism remains at the heart of the people and their values, and it is in the many monasteries and temples that you will catch the most authentic glimpse of what Tibet is all about. Prepare for awe-inspiring views of snow-capped peaks, turquoise lakes and yak-strewn plains, an incredibly friendly and welcoming people who are immensely proud of their strong culture and to be touched by a spirituality that is uniquely Tibetan.

Prepare for a different world on your holiday to Tibet!

Popular Tours Visiting Tibet

holiday duration 16 Days from
holiday price 3,690pp

Journey to the roof of the world to uncover the mysteries of Tibet in the incredible city of Lhasa whilst enjoying the very best cultural, historical and natural treasures that China has to offer – from the Great Wall and Terracotta Army to the Yangtze River.

holiday duration 23 Days from
holiday price 3,990pp

Journey through the diverse landscapes of Yunnan Province up to ‘the roof of the world’ where you will experience the many wonders of Tibet. Admire ancient monasteries and Himalayan vistas before taking in the ultimate view of Everest.

holiday duration 21 Days from
holiday price 4,190pp

Embark on a journey of extremes, striking across the starkly beautiful landscapes of Tibet, on the roof of the world, before descending into the verdant and chaotic valleys of Nepal under the ever watchful gaze of the mighty Himalayas.

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Five Reasons To Visit Tibet

The Potala Palace
What was once the home of Tibet’s government now sits on Marpo Ri. Still Lhasa’s most spectacular sight, it housed the 5th through to the 14th Dalai Lamas and has over 1,000 rooms.

Sera Monastery
Once home to thousands of monks Sera today, one of Tibet’s university monasteries, has a population of 600. It is best known for its debating session, where the monks drive home the finer points of Buddhist philosophy.

Jokhang Temple
The most sacred temple in Tibetan Buddhism, the Jokhang has a magic all of its own. Join pilgrims making their circuit of the Barkhor, the Jokhang’s kora (pilgrimage circuit).

Mt Everest Base Camp
Everest Base Camp may be just a scattering of tents, but never have tents been in a more spectacular location! Set under the watchful gave of Everest’s north face, you’ll never come across a more spectacular view.

The scenery alone as you travel from Lhasa to Gyantse is a good enough reason to go – the sacred lake of Yamdrok Tso and plenty of Himalayan peaks line the route. Gyantse itself is relaxed and charming.

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Things To See In Tibet

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