Tibet Vista: A Social Responsible Tour Organizer
Tibet Vista is a big family consisting of Tibetans and Hans.
The more we travel in Tibet, the more we love this amazing land. Besides presenting it to more travelers worldwide, we also cherish the hope to do something in return to allow tourists to understand deeper, to protect its unspoiled ecosystem and maintain sustainable tourism, to shield local culture and traditions from the influence of outsiders, and to get more locals involved in Tibet tourism.
Currently, we work in the following three aspects:
Interact with Local Communities
We organize tourists to go to Tibetan villages, invite the local Tibetans to teach tourists to make Tibetan food in their own small restaurants, engage tourists in traditional farm work with Tibetan families, visit local schools and share stationary with children, and design new tour routes to present Tibet as authentically as we can and create more job opportunities for Tibetans meanwhile.
Protect Tibet Environment
We distribute rubbish bags to each traveler on tour, collecting and placing the used bags to designated places. We encourage tourists to use water flasks instead of buying disposable plastic bottled drinks by providing water dispensers and even the flask itself.
In remote areas, especially the upstream areas without sewage disposal facilities, we provide sleeping bags to minimize the laundry times so as to reduce the detergents discharging.
We advocate pollution-free travel in Tibet. During the trekking, we collect undegradable rubbish such as plastic bottles, and bring it to a designated place, we bury the organic rubbish such as food remnants deep to avoid environmental pollution.
Bear Social Responsibility
We bear deep respect for Tibet culture, and tradition as well as Tibet people. All of our tour guides and drivers are native Tibetans, besides a decent salary and welfare system, we also provide in-service training and humanitarian aid for their family members when necessary.
In some remote trekking areas, we tend to dine and stay in restaurants or hostels run by local Tibetans, or even stay in their house of theirs if it’s convenient for them. We benefit locals with low incomes by paying for food and accommodations in this way.
During the tragic Nepalese earthquake on 25 April 2015, we raised 5,320 USD for Lion Club in Nepal, we are glad that this donation leads to a building of a new school in a mountainous area in Nepal.
We aim to give tourists a meaningful travel experience while also helping the Tibetan people respectfully. We'll keep working hard to do more for this incredible land and its people.
Most Popular Tibet Tour Packages
Lhasa - Gyantse - Shigatse - Everest Base Camp - Lhasa
Lhasa - Gyantse - Shigatse - E.B.C - Lake Manasarova - Kailash Trek - Saga - Shigatse - Lhasa
Lhasa - Gyantse - Shigatse - Mt. Everest - Namtso - Lhasa
Kathmandu - Kyirong - Everest Base Camp - Tingri - Shigatse - Gyantse - Lhasa
Lhasa - Gyantse - Shigatse - Everest Base Camp - Kathmandu
Lhasa - Gyantse - Shigatse- Lhasa
Lhasa - Gyantse - Shigatse - Mt. Everest - Mt. Kailash - Lake Mansarovar - Kyirong - Kathmandu