Trekking in Tibet is a perfect way to explore Tibet and a wonderful experience of a lifetime that you can't get anywhere else on earth. By trekking Tibet, you can enjoy the unique scenery in secret places of Tibet and have a full insight of Tibetan culture.
Tibet trekking can be classified into Tibet pilgrimage trek, Tibet culture trekking and sightseeing trek. For instance, Mt. Kailash Trek is a typical pilgrimage trekking tour in Tibet. It is also a tour of hiking Tibet.
For some trekkers, it is also a great challenge to trek at over 4000 meters above sea level in average. Ahiking Tibet tour requires good fitness condition, well preparation and strong perseverance. Besides, Tibet trekking is not feasible from December to March as the temperature goes very low and also the days becomes much shorter. Generally from April to October is the best season for opting a Tibet tour. But it really depends on your route and a normal winter Tibet tour schedule is quite comfortable, because in winter, the tourist rush is not much and you can enjoy the beautiful scenery freely.
The inaccessible remote mountain areas of Tibet create lots of possibilities of trekking routes for adventure travelers. There are several popular trekking routes in Tibet, such as Mt. Kailash Trek, Tsurphu to Yangpachen Trek, Tingri to Everest Base Camp Trek, Shalu to Nartang Trek, Lake Manasarovar Kora,Ganden to Samye Trek, Nyenchen Tanglha Traverse, Everest Advance Base Camp Trek, etc.
For foreign tourists, there are some special requirements. Chinese Visa issued by Chinese Embassy and Tibet Travel Permit issued by Tibet Tourism Bureau are indispensable trek permits in Tibet. Besides, no independent tours are allowed in Tibet. Therefore, even you want a budget trek tour in Tibet, a tour guide is a must. Of course, a professional trekking tour guide can be quite helpful for he/she is much more familiar with the route and experienced in getting rid of emergencies.
We offer various trekking packages in Tibet, combined with other tour routes in Tibet, like Lhasa tours, and tailor-made trekking tour to meet your specific requirements. It can be as short as one day and as long as one month. We also can offer you professional trekking support including expedition cook, well prepared meals, trekking animals and porters, high quality trekking equipment, trained trekking tour guides.
Most importantly, we highly suggest you read the trekking advice and have a good preparation for your hiking in Tibet.
Nyenchen Tanglha trek is a fabulous trek of traversing the Nyenchen Tanglha Mountains to the famous holy Lake Namtso. This trekking tour starts from Damxung, passes through, beautiful meadows, glaciated valleys and mountains of the Nyenchen Thanguha range to the pebbled shores of the lake.
Some FAQs on trekking in Tibet help foreign travellers to make a great Tibet tour plan.
Tibet offers a great number of chances for trekkers, but it is not suitable for trekking all year around. Generally, the best time for trekking in Tibet is from May to October when the weather is surprisingly mild, with warm days but chilly nights in
Trekking in Tibet is a perfect way to explore Tibet and a wonderful experience. By trekking Tibet, you can enjoy the unique scenery in secret places of Tibet and have a full insight of Tibetan culture.
Shalu to Nartang Trek is the shortest trek route in Tibet, just about 15 hours walking.
Mount Kailash, known as the most sacred mountain in Western Tibet, receives many pilgrims and trekkers any year.
Trek from Ganden Monastery to Samye Monastery is one of the most popular trekking routes in Tibet, starting at 13,940 feet at Ganden, passing Shogu La at 17,220 feet and heading toward the first Buddhist monastery in Tibet, Samye Monastery.
Though trek in Tibet is not a risky affair to those who is at good physical condition, but it is also advisable to overview the following advice for trekking in Tibet.
Trekking in Tibet is an extremely challenging trip. It is advisable to prepare atiquate Tibet trek gear and Tibet trek clothing.
the trip from Pai to Motuo takes four days. For hikers from outside, it has to be four days – since there are only four stopovers during the whole trip, we can not afford to stay any longer or shorter. Before we set off to Motuo, this is the only thing that we can confirm.