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Lhasa to Everest and Kailash Group Tour 15 days

Lhasa to Everest and Kailash Group Tours
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This Lhasa to Everest and Kailash Group Tour will be initiated in the Holy city and it will take you to the holiest Mount in the world, The Mt. Kailash. The journey will start at the Lhasa. The group will spend first three days in the city for the getting proper acclimatization and visit the marvels in Lhasa.

You will then drive across the Plans of Central Tibet to the wilderness of western Tibet. Along the way, you will visit the most prominent tourist destinations including Gyantse and Tashi Lhunpo monastery in Shigatse.

At the Mt. Kailash, you will have three days of trekking around the Holy mount along with the devoted Buddhist and Hindus as well.

Our group journeys are a great way to travel economically in Tibet with a small group of people. They are ideal for solo travelers who are looking to share costs of a journey to Tibet or a small group looking to travel with others. Our group tours are high-quality and are led by our expert local Tibetan guides

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Brescia, Italy
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I've recently travelled to Tibet with this agency. Tenzin and all the staff have been both professional and very friendly, making this journey a beautiful experience. We also took part in the Kailash Kora, and they provided us oxygen and everything we could need...Read More
Paris, France
Tibet was the first destination of our 10 months world trip and we needed to find an affordable and reliable agency. From the comments we could find on the Internet, ITibetTour was fulfilling both of this requirements.... Read More
Hongkong, China
Our trip was full of surprises. One the surprises given by Tenzin was the home visit to a local village at the outskirt of Lhasa. We were welcomed by the local family and were served with the local lunch. We got to know how local Tibetans live, and how beautiful nature is. That village was surrounded by mountains and green fields as well as blue skies, it was one of the most beautiful sceneries I had in Tibet. <3 Read More
Montreal, Canada
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 22nd August 2018
I did the 7 days overland trip from Lhasa to Nepal and only have good things to say! From the very beginning, inquiring about the trip and the details, Tenzin, the manager, made me feel super at ease by being very efficient, warm and very quick replying to email. Read More
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Tibet Travel Permit 

Tibet travel permit is the primary document required in visiting Tibet. Its issued in Lhasa and we can apply it for you.

Tibet travel Permit

Gateways to Tibet

There is two possible way to getting to Tibet; Either from the other parts of China or From the Nepal.

How to go to Tibet from Nepal
How to travel to Tibet from China

Climate

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Flight and train informations

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Flights to Tibet

April to June

1800$Per Person
  • 150 USD for Single Supplement

July to October

1900$Per Person
  • 150 USD for Single Supplement

November to February

1750$Per Person
  • 150 USD for Single Supplement

Departure Dates

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Services

  • All necessary travel permits to Tibet

  • Entrance ticket fees for all the sight spots listed in the program
  • Private transportation in Tibet: Comfortable tourist van for the whole trip, (car gasoline is included)
  • Private guide: English speaking local Tibetan guide
  • Lodging: 4 nights at Three Star hotel in Lhasa, 2 nights in  Gesar Hotel in Shigatse, 1 night at local tent Hostel at the Mount Everest base camp and 9 nights in basic Guest house. (All accommodation based on Double occupancy)
  • Pick-up and send-off services at the beginning/end of the tour for one time for the group, additional pick up and drop off will charge separately.
  • Breakfasts in hotels only.
  • Oxygen Tank in the Car
  • Lodging and meals for guide and drivers.
  • Travel agency liability insurance.
  • First aid kit in the Car.
  • All government taxes.
  • Travel insurance covering trip cancellation and emergency evacuation (recommended).

  • Expenses of a personal nature (alcoholic beverages, laundry, phone call, etc.).
  • International and domestic flight/train.(Note: we accept flights and train tickets bookings in advance, please check  the updated cost and ticket availability with your travel consultant).
  • Meals that are not specified in the itinerary (Averagely a meal in Tibet cost USD5 per person).
  • Gratuities for the guide and driver.

Responsible Tourism

We are fully committed to responsible and Sustainable tourism practice in Tibet. We have a privilege to be able to host you in Tibet, yes we also understand that we have a responsibility in protecting and contributing back to nature and our local follow people and economy.

We are a Local Tibetan travel agency in Lhasa.  Our agency is 100% staffed with local Tibetan tourism professionals. We only hire local Tibetan guides and other tours crews. We used service from local business only. 100% of the travel money goes to local Tibetan families where you are visiting. We use 20% of the net profit into Environmental conservative projects with local governments and individuals.

We are all born in Tibet. We know how important Tibetan environment is for the eco-system of the entire world. We will love of mountains, glacier, and rivers. We will do our best to reduce environmental impact from your tours in Tibet.

Following are Our ways:

  • No Plastic Bottles in the tour
    We will provide your drinking water in a bigger container, each and every traveler are request to bring their own reusable water bottle. In this way, we can reduce hundreds of water bottles each tour against few big container, which we can later reuse.
  • Incentives on guide and Driver xxx We provide incentives to our guides and drivers base on their initiatives in conserving the natural environment. We often decide not to hire guide how are unethical toward sustainable and responsible tourism.
  • Staff Training every winter
    Winter is a low season in Tibet tourism, we always use this window of opportunity provide skills required for Responsible tourism, Sustainable tourism practice, first Aids and emergency first responder training. One of our managers is certified Humanity Supply Chain management from by fritz institute. We also work closely with individuals from Tibetan Village project, Tibet Eco Travel initiatives and Local Tibet Red Cross society and other NGOs.
  • We plan a tree for every three tours.
    Every spring we plant trees  for every three tours we organize in Tibet. Tibet’s weather is very harsh for a young sapling to grow with a help. So we would buy the trees and ask local farmers to adopt trees. We Tibetan consider planting a tree helps themselves in holistically. So far are we are very successful in planting trees against the small number of tours we organize. We hope in future we will work closely with local government to plan trees with their help.
  • Smaller group size
    We do not believe in touristy tours for Environmental Impact. Traveling in groups of small numbers has less impact on committed in an area than traveling in the 60s to 70s people together. So all our tours are less than 12 people normal road travel and less for trekking tours
  • Trekking tours and environmental care in the wilderness of Tibet
    During your trekking in Tibet, you will be walking across a very fragile ecosystem.  We do take extra care in our trekking tours preventing environmental effects. Following are how are take care of our environment our trekking tours.
  1. We nothing leave mother behind.
    We make sure we take all our rubbish and leave nothing behind.
  2. We protect the grassland
    A little destruction on Tibet’s fragile environment is irreversible. So, in the trekking tours we will not make drainage surrounding your tent, rather we will provide trekkers with a better tent with bathtub style floors to prevent rainwater getting into your tent. We will not dig the grassland and put small tent to make a toilet. Even when we try to the put the grass back, it is not the same. So when you are answering your nature called please enjoy the nature. Maybe you are you will not enjoy the natures call in the wilderness for sometimes.
  3. Collecting the garbage along the way.
    We have a saying in Tibet, if you can’t help, don’t harm. Here is our helping part. We always extra yaks carrying the Garbages, our yak men will be collecting while waiting for the clients at the campsite. Yak man walks faster than all and they have a free time at the camp. While cook prepares for meals and drinks, We pay yaks men’s incentives in collecting the rubbish around the camp.

We always identify our business as a social enterprise. We dedicate 30% of our annual net profit to Social and environmental projects. Every winter we will buy a huge amount of winter cloth from the market for small children to donate to schools. In this way, we are providing the warm winter cloth for children and encouraging them to go to school.

Any purchase related to business, we do with the local business. We also encourage travelers to purchase the products directly from the local producer, which is why we always trees for guide to take the visitor to the local handicraft centers and producers.

Whenever there is someone need for medical help. Our company staff member would gather money for it. The management has decided how much ever is donated by our staff, Company will double that amount by donating the equal amount, what has been collected from the staff’s members. And all our staffs are very generous.

We always inform all our clients about local customs, beliefs, and ethics. So that it would be easier for our home visit, and culture programs.

Sustainable toursim in Tibet

Here are some Important Tibet Travel Guide