Tours

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    Mt Kailash Pilgrimage - Lhasa-Mt.Kailash-Lhasa 19 daysThis is a rugged expedition to western Tibet, one of the remotest and most sacred corners of Asia. Mt Kailash, Lake Manasarovar and the ruins of the Guge Kingdom are the highlights here. There are countless remote monasteries, hidden valleys and sights of historical and archaeological significance to explore along the way.

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    Shoton Festival in Lhasa with Mt. Everest 9 DAYSShoton is a transliteration of two words in the Tibetan language which means "the Yoghurt (Sho) Banquet (Ton)", so this festival is featuring in eating yogurt, that's why the Shoton Festival is also called the Yoghurt Festival. The history of Shoton Festival can be traced back to the 11th century when the Great Bangladeshi Buddhist Master Atisha was invited to Tibet to revive Buddhism that had been forbidden about two centuries on this highland, during which people suffered a lot from endless conflicts and wars. After decades of Atisha and his disciples' hard work, the Buddhism spirits of charity, forgiveness, love and peace became prevailed again in the society and for this, Atisha won much respect from people too; The Master Atisha likes eating Yoghurt, and the folks would present him with alms of yogurt when summer comes; reciprocally, the Master would pray for them. It is said that the livestock of the folks presenting yogurt to the Master would be free from disease, getting neither lost nor eaten by wild animals, with these known by more and more people, yogurt became a kind of holy food from that time.

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    Top of the World - Lhasa-Mt Everest-Lhasa 9 daysThe Tibetan name for Mt. Everest is "Quomolangma" which literally means "The Third Goddess". Towering 8848.13 meters in the middle section of the Himalayas, Quomolangma teems with snow-capped peaks and glaciers. Everest region has four peaks above 8000 meters and 38 peaks above 7000 meters, thus is reputed as the Third Pole on the Earth. Glaciers of modern era are located at the foot of the mountains, deep caves and snaking ice rivers present a magnificent view around the Quomolangma. Lhasa, literally meaning “Holy-Land”, is the heart and soul of Tibet, has history of more than 1,300 years. It rose to prominence as an important center of administrative power in the 7th century AD, when Songtsen Gampo, a local ruler in the Yarlung Valley, continued the task of unifying Tibet. Songtsen Gampo moved his capital to Lhasa and built a palace on the site that is now occupied by the Potala. The fifth Dalai Lama also made Lhasa his capital. He built his palace, the Potala, on the site of ruins of Songtsen Gampo’s 7th century palace, Lhasa has remained Tibet’s capital since 1642, and most of the city’s historical sights date from this second stage of the city’s development.

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    The Essential Tibet – Lhasa-Gyanstse-Shigatse 6 daysThe mild and pleasant climate in central Tibet makes this area available for tourists year around. This route offers the epitome of Tibet with some of the most impressive visions: snow-capped mountains and holy lakes, splendid monasteries and palaces, original villages and unsophisticated people. With the better road conditions and accommodations along the way, it is now the most popular route.

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    Family TourWhat makes our family tour unique? The following activities are carefully organized to bring your tour more fun, thus strengthen the family bond. Take a rickshaw ride or bike tour in the old town of Lhasa – have a glimpse of Tibetan’s daily life. Enjoy lunch picnic by the holy lake – simply relax. Visit Tibetan’s home – connect your family to local family. Tangka Workshop – learn and appreciate this unique Tibetan artcraft together. Have sweet tea in local tea house – mingle in Tibetan style of ‘coffee shop’.

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    A Summer Escape – Tsedang-Lhasa-Namtso 7 daysGet off the beaten tracks, explore Tibet’s origin in the south. Stretch your legs in the mountains. Enjoy the wild open grassland up north. Overnight by the highest lake with surreal sunset and sunrise, only accessible in summer.

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    The Grand Himalaya Adventure Trip Lhasa-Mt.Everest-LhasaNever too late to save! If you just travel alone or in a small party of 2, you may find expensive to travel into Tibet as a Tibet tour is sold as a whole package including not only travel permit, but also tour guide, car with driver, hotel and etc. The main cost is on driving and tour guide due to the long distance between each place in Tibet, without any doubt that the spending will be high if car and tour guide's cost not shared. So, the best and most smart way to travel budget friendly in Tibet is to join in a group tour with like-minded people.

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    The Grand Himalaya The Sky way tour Xi'ning-Lhasa-Gyantse-Shigatse 8D7NNever too late to save! If you just travel alone or in a small party of 2, you may find expensive to travel into Tibet as a Tibet tour is sold as a whole package including not only travel permit, but also tour guide, car with driver, hotel and etc. The main cost is on driving and tour guide due to the long distance between each place in Tibet, without any doubt that the spending will be high if car and tour guide's cost not shared. So, the best and most smart way to travel budget friendly in Tibet is to join in a group tour with like-minded people.

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    The Grand Himalaya Lhasa City Tour 4D3NNever too late to save! If you just travel alone or in a small party of 2, you may find expensive to travel into Tibet as a Tibet tour is sold as a whole package including not only travel permit, but also tour guide, car with driver, hotel and etc. The main cost is on driving and tour guide due to the long distance between each place in Tibet, without any doubt that the spending will be high if car and tour guide's cost not shared. So, the best and most smart way to travel budget friendly in Tibet is to join in a group tour with like-minded people.

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    The Grand Himalaya 6D5N Classic Lhasa-Gyantse-Shigatse-Lhasa tour Never too late to save! If you just travel alone or in a small party of 2, you may find expensive to travel into Tibet as a Tibet tour is sold as a whole package including not only travel permit, but also tour guide, car with driver, hotel and etc. The main cost is on driving and tour guide due to the long distance between each place in Tibet, without any doubt that the spending will be high if car and tour guide's cost not shared. So, the best and most smart way to travel budget friendly in Tibet is to join in a group tour with like-minded people.

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    Amazing LancaSri Lanka, the Island's proud history of over 2500 years and the breathtaking diversity of scenery will capture your heart and soul like no other destination. May the time you spend in our Island be filled with exciting experiences - memories of which you will carry long after you leave the shores. It has a documented history that spans over 3,000 years, but there are theories to suggest that Sri Lanka had pre-historic human settlements dating back to at least 125,000 years. Its geographic location and deep harbours made it of great strategic importance from the time of the ancient Silk Road through to World War II. Sri Lanka is a diverse country, home to many religions, ethnicities and languages.It is the land of the Sinhalese, Sri Lankan Tamils, Moors, Indian Tamils, Burghers, Malays, Kaffirs and the aboriginal Vedda.Sri Lanka has a rich Buddhist heritage, and the first known Buddhist writings of Sri Lanka, the Pāli Canon, dates back to the Fourth Buddhist Council in 29 BCE.

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    Exotic Nepal Bhutan 9daysBhutan, the Land of the Thunder Dragon, is no ordinary place. It is a Himalayan kingdom replete with myths and legends, where the best of traditional culture thrives and the latest global developments are enthusiastically embraced. Tourism in Bhutan is unique and the Bhutanese pride themselves on a sustainable, eco-friendly approach in line with the country's popular philosophy of Gross National Happiness. Visitors famously have to pay a minimum tariff of US$250, making it appear as one of the world's most expensive countries to visit. However, this fee is all-inclusive – accommodation, food, transport and an official guide are all provided. Not only that, but your local guide will reveal the country's amazing landscape and Buddhist heritage, and will also introduce you to the everyday charms of the Bhutanese. What you won't find in Bhutan is crowded backpacker-style independent travel.

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    Lhasa-Mt Everest-Kathmandu (biking) 16 daysThis is a classic mountain-biking route. There are six major passes to be negotiated on the main Lhasa to Kathmandu highway running southward. On the entire trip the road travels a high and dry plateau, punctuated by Tibet’s signature monasteries, several smaller settlements and nomadic encampments.

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    Everest Base Camp Trekking 12 daysIf you're one of those adventures drawn to the romance of Mt Everest - world's highest peak, now you have the chance to make it happen. But the experience is not romantic at all! The trekking season in the Everest region extends from April to October. This is a difficult high-elevation region with altitudes ranging between 4,400m and 5,200m, and the high point is at the beginning of the trek! Subfreezing temperatures can occur even in summer at higher elevations and, conversely,hot gusty winds in May and June can make walking a sweaty experience. For well-equipped and seasoned trekkers, winter treks to Everest Base Camp are often possible.

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    The Grand Himalayas - Lhasa-Mt Everest-Kathmandu 9 daysThis adventure tour presents the different faces of the mighty Himalayas. On the north side, the ever-stretching snow mountains and atrocious weather make it an inhospitable land. While the south side of the Himalayas embraces luxurious shades of green, with waterfalls and cascades flushing almost everywhere. On top of everything is Mt Everest, world's highest peak.

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    Back to the Origin – Lhasa-Tsedang 7 daysGet off the beaten tracks, explore Tibet's origin in the south. Stretch your legs in the mountains. Enjoy the wild open grassland up north. Overnight by the highest lake with surreal sunset and sunrise, only accessible in summer.

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    Wild Wild East - Lhasa-Nyingtri-Chamdo-Nagchu-Lhasa 12 daysThis expedition takes you through dramatic scenery and some rarely visited corners in eastern Tibet. Geographically, ecologically and culturally, the eastern Tibet is one of its own kind. Its landscape varies from subtropical jungle, to glacial peaks to high grassland, inhabited by rare animal and plant species. It's the home of the legendary Khampa warriors as well.

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    Ganden-Samye Trekking 10 daysThis trek has much to offer: lakes, beautiful alpine forests and meadows, as well as two centers of Tibetan religious culture. The best time for the trek is from mid-May to mid-October. Summer can be wet but the mountains are at their greenest and wild flowers spangle the alpine meadows. Before you start the trek you need a couple of days in Lhasa to acclimatize.

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