Tibet Experience

Tibetan Plateau, China

Close  Yamdrok Yumtso in Tibet is the largest fresh water lake in the Himlayas.

Tibet Experience

This short tour focuses on Lhasa in Tibet, the Roof of the World, once hidden behind the great Himalayan range and unknown to the world. This land of snow and mountains has exerted an awesome draw on travellers and adventurers ever since. Its majestic scenery, mysterious and exotic religious culture, and wonderful people will reward you with an indelible life long memory!


We Love
  • Internal flights as indicated with private airport transfers and assistance.
  • Accommodation is the most luxurious China has to offer.
  • This is a private tour with your own private multilingual guide and driver throughout the trip.
  • Trouble-free travel experiences, as we take care of all the logistics, so that you avoid queuing, irritations and delays.
  • Highly personalised itinerary designed by China specialists with insider knowledge.
  • Around-the-clock support with our local contacts throughout China.
Need to Know
  • Some of Beijing's prime attractions require extensive walking and even modest climbing. Put on sturdy footwear before tackling crumbling sections of the Great Wall.
  • Touring includes important cultural attractions and exclusive shopping districts with a private guide.
  • We can arrange private China tours to coincide with festival dates and arrange special activities such as cooking classes, arrange restaurant and spa reservations and other activities
  • In Lhasa, we can arrange private meditation sessions, guided hikes, visits to important monasteries outside Lhasa, and more.

Tibet Experience This private tour is the ideal introduction to Tibet and Tibetan culture.
(4 Days - Departs Daily on a Private Basis)
Lhasa & surrounds.

The Tibet Auonomous Region at 4,000m above sea level, is the largest and the highest plateau in the world. Known as the ‘Roof of the World’ it takes pride in the splendid natural landscape, snow-capped mountains, vast expanse of forest and pastureland, numerous rivers and lakes, and rare species of animals and plants. There are more than 2,700 temples and monasteries, the most famous of which are the Potala Palace and Jokhang Monastery.

Visit Potala Palace, located on the top of the Red Hill. Built in the 7th century, this 13-story main building, 117 meters in height, consists of two parts, the Red Palace and the White Palace. It is the headquarters of the Dalai Lamas and is a treasure house of traditional Tibetan culture with a collection of Buddhist statues, murals, Buddhist scriptures, and jewellery.

Also visit Jokhang Palace, located in central Jokhang Monastery. Erected during the 7th century, it is the oldest-wooden-and stone structure in Tibet. The monastery enshrines the statue of Sakyamuni, relics since the Tang Dynasty, and statues of King Songtsen Gampo and Princess Wen Cheng. The large scripture hall is the centre of the imposing monastery, symbolizing the centre of the universe.

If desired, also enjoy a private trek to the Drak Yerpa caves. Additional activities in and around Lhasa can be arranged according to your interests, such as private meditation sessions, visits to homes, guided hikes, visits to important monasteries outside Lhasa, and more.

Day 1 – Arrive
Lhasa, Tibet Private arrival transfer to hotel for 3 nights.

Day 2 – Explore
Lhasa & Surrounds Full-day private touring with guide and driver.

Day 3 – Explore
Lhasa & Surrounds Full-day private touring with guide and driver with option for day hike.

Day 4 – Depart
Lhasa Private airport transfer.


  • Lhasa:      St. Regis Lhasa Resort or Shangri-La Lhasa

Check In: 14:00h
Check Out: 12:00h

Tibet Experience Tibetan Plateau, China

Make this your holiday

  • Exclusive Tour: your own private multilingual guide throughout the trip  
  • Price Guarantee: costing 25-30% less than similar tours of the same flexibility and quality
  • Tailor Made: customised itinerary to create your dream holiday
  • Duration: shorten or lengthen the tour to suit your wishes
  • Dates: depart and return whenever you choose
  • Hotels: change hotel grade to suit your budget
  • Group Discounts: call 020 8350 6199

Getting There Travel by air to Lhasa is the most convenient but it offers little time to acclimatise to the altitude. We recommend that you spend one or two days in Lhasa before undertaking any rigorous walking tours. The Lhasa Gonggar Airport (LXA) connects with major destinations in China as well as Kathmandu in Nepal. The airport is 38 km from Lhasa city.

Another option these days is to travel by an air-conditioned train to Lhasa, the highest rail journey in the world. The average altitude along the Tibet railway is 4,600m with temperatures dipping down to -30C. The oxygen in the air is about half of what it is at sea level. The train journey takes about 45 hr from Beijing and 48 hr from Shanghai.

When to go The best time to visit Lhasa is in summer and autumn (March to October) when the weather is warm. During spring and winter, it can be windy and extremely cold. Lhasa has a reputation of “sunlight city” with long sunny days all year round.

High Altitude: Travelling in Tibet is an adventure involving high altitude and can be strenuous. While most visitors have only minor effects from altitude, we strongly advise the guests to consult their doctor for advice before travel. Mild headaches, loss of appetite, insomnia, and stomach disorders can take place in the process of acclimating. We strongly advise that you read more on altitude sickness.