Sign Up

After creating an account, you'll be able to track your payment status, track the confirmation and you can also rate the tour after you finished the tour.
Confirm Password*
First Name*
Last Name*
Birth Date*
* Creating an account means you're okay with our Terms of Service and Privacy Statement.
Please agree to all the terms and conditions before proceeding to the next step

Already a member?

+86 150-8901-2527 Info@Tourtraveltibet.com


Sign Up

After creating an account, you'll be able to track your payment status, track the confirmation and you can also rate the tour after you finished the tour.
Confirm Password*
First Name*
Last Name*
Birth Date*
* Creating an account means you're okay with our Terms of Service and Privacy Statement.
Please agree to all the terms and conditions before proceeding to the next step

Already a member?


Experience the Ultimate Tibet Adventure: Unveiling Lhasa and the Mystical Namtso Lake

(1 Review)
Booking Form
Enquiry Form
Full Name*
Email Address*
Your Enquiry*
* I agree with Terms of Service and Privacy Statement.
Please agree to all the terms and conditions before proceeding to the next step
* Please select all required fields to proceed to the next step.

Proceed Booking

Save To Wish List

Adding item to wishlist requires an account


Why Book With Us?

  • No-hassle best price guarantee
  • Customer care available 24/7
  • Hand-picked Tours & Activities
  • Free Travel Insureance

Get a Question?

Do not hesitage to give us a call. We are an expert team and we are happy to talk to you.



Lhasa Tour

Embark on an unforgettable 6-day journey through Tibet, exploring the iconic cultural sites of Lhasa and venturing to the surreal Namtso Lake. This classic itinerary is not just a tour; it’s an immersive odyssey into the heart of Tibetan history and natural beauty.


Discover Lhasa’s Rich Heritage: Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Barkhor Street, Drepung and Sera Monastery

Delve into the rich tapestry of Lhasa, visiting iconic attractions such as the awe-inspiring Potala Palace, the spiritual sanctum of Jokhang Temple, and the vibrant Barkhor Street. Immerse yourself in the living culture of Tibetan Buddhism as you explore the ancient Drepung and Sera Monasteries, where history and spirituality intertwine.

The Crown Jewel: Namtso Lake, A Natural Wonder at 4,718 Meters

Experience the surreal beauty of Namtso Lake, the second-largest alpine saline lake in Tibet. At 4,718 meters above sea level, this heavenly lake offers a breathtaking vista that defies description. A tourist aptly described it as “one of those rare places on Earth where you feel the beauty of Nature as something material.” This awe-inspiring destination promises an experience that transcends the ordinary—a place where nature’s beauty becomes palpable, where the air is drinkable, and the wind, is tangible.

Whether you are a history enthusiast, a spiritual seeker, or a nature lover, this journey promises an unforgettable fusion of culture and natural grandeur. Don’t miss the chance to witness the grandeur of Tibet and the sublime beauty of Namtso Lake.

Unveiling the Mystical Land of Tibet: A 6-Day Journey

Day 1: Arrival in Lhasa, Airport Transfer to Hotel, Free Time

Welcome to Lhasa!

A warm Tibetan welcome awaits as you emerge from the Lhasa Gonggar Airport. The journey from the airport to the hotel, approximately 60 kilometres, promises a glimpse of the unique Tibetan villages and the grandeur of the Yarlung Tsangpo, the world’s highest river. The iconic yak-skin boats adorning its waters offer a captivating sight, setting the stage for the enchantment that lies ahead.

Upon reaching the hotel, take time to acclimate to the high-altitude climate. This day is crucial for first-time Tibetan visitors. At approximately 3650 meters, the oxygen level is considerably lower, potentially leading to altitude sickness. Remember to take it slow, rest, stay hydrated, and if experiencing symptoms, inform the guide or local staff for assistance.

Day 2: Lhasa City Tour

Potala Palace

Perched atop the Red Hill at 3700 meters, the Potala Palace echoes the grandeur of Tibetan history. First built in the 7th century, it became the winter palace for the Dalai Lamas in the 17th century. With 999 rooms, it houses the White Palace, the residence of the Dalai Lama, and the Red Palace, hosting temples and stupas of past Dalai Lamas. The palace’s grandeur is matched only by the extraordinary panoramic view it offers.

Jokhang Temple

An amalgamation of Tibetan, Tang, Nepalese, and Indian architectural styles, Jokhang Temple houses a rare 12-year-old Buddha statue. The temple’s significance extends to being the birthplace of the “Geshe” degree in Tibetan Buddhism. The pilgrimage route around the temple, marked by deep footprints on the blue stone floor, invites visitors to partake in this sacred act.

Barkhor Street

Bustling with life, Barkhor Street is a vibrant hub where you can find an array of treasures. Strolling along this street, following the clockwise direction, provides insight into local culture and traditions. Legend has it that the Potala Palace’s secret chamber was once a meeting place for the 6th Dalai Lama, Tsangyang Gyatso, and his lover “Maji Ami,” a tale that adds a touch of mystery to this lively centre.

Day 3: Lhasa City Tour

Drepung Monastery

As one of the six major Gelug monasteries in Tibetan Buddhism, the grand Drepung Monastery hosts Buddha exhibitions during the Shoton Festival. It overlooks the Lhasa River and vast plains, featuring towering Buddha halls, scripture halls, and monks’ residences.

Sera Monastery

Preserving over ten thousand Vajra Buddha statues, Sera Monastery is renowned for its debating sessions, offering visitors an opportunity to witness this unique tradition and immerse themselves in the living culture of Tibetan Buddhism.

Day 4: Lhasa – Namtso Lake – Damxung/Yangbachen

Embarking on the Northern Adventure

Heading north towards the sacred Namtso Lake, the journey unfolds with picturesque scenes of cattle and sheep grazing on the Northern Tibetan Grassland. The route reveals the serene beauty of the Nagela Mountain Pass, serving as a gateway to the crystal-clear blue waters of Namtso Lake. As the evening approaches, the sunset paints the sky in breathtaking hues, offering a glimpse of the plateau’s shy and delicate beauty.

Day 5: Damxung – Yangbachen – Lhasa

Returning to Lhasa, a stop at Yangbajing Hot Springs provides a soothing and relaxing experience, offering a moment of respite before bidding farewell to the adventure. The warm sulfuric waters of the hot springs create a memorable experience, allowing participants to relax and rejuvenate amidst the natural beauty of Tibet.

Day 6: Departure from Lhasa

As the journey draws to a close, take a moment to engage in free time activities before departing from Lhasa. Whether it’s a leisurely stroll through the streets or a visit to a local market, savour the final moments in this mystical land before our driver transfers you to Lhasa Gonggar Airport or the train station.

As you board your train or flight, reflect on the memories and experiences that Tibet has presented to you. Bid farewell to this sacred land, carrying with you the joy and mystery that defined your journey through Tibet.

In Conclusion

The 6-day journey through Tibet captures the essence of this mystical land, offering a glimpse into its rich history, breathtaking landscapes, and vibrant culture. From the grandeur of historical sites like Potala Palace and Jokhang Temple to the serene beauty of Namtso Lake and the hot springs of Yangbajing, each day unfolds a new chapter in this captivating adventure. Embrace the warmth of the Tibetan welcome, immerse yourself in the traditions of local life, and carry with you the indelible memories of a journey through the heart of Tibet.

Prices and Services

What’s included in this price?

  • Travel Documents: Includes all necessary Tibet travel and approval documents.
  • Attraction Tickets: All itinerary attraction tickets are covered.
  • Guide and Driver: Experienced English-speaking Tibetan guide and driver.
  • Accommodation: Standard rooms in three-star hotels, upgrades available.
  • Transport: Local travel and airport/train station transfers included.
  • Meals: Hotel-provided buffet breakfasts.
  • Insurance: Travel accident insurance for the trip.
  • Driver & Guide Expenses: Their meals, accommodation, and travel costs.

What’s excluded in this price?

  • Single Room Fee: Additional cost for single room occupants.
  • Visa Costs: For Chinese visa or group visa from Kathmandu.
  • Major Transport: Flights and trains to/from Tibet (booking service available).
  • Other Meals: Meals beyond the provided breakfasts.
  • Tips: Optional for guides and drivers.
  • Unforeseen Expenses: Costs from force majeure events or personal reasons.
  • Personal Spending: Anything not listed in the included fees.

Tibet Entry Letter Processing

  • Who Needs to Apply:  Foreign tourists, Taiwan
  • Required Documents: Passport, Chinese visa, Home Return Card for Taiwanese.
  • Application Fee: Free for group participants.
  • Processing Time: 7-14 working days. Submit applications at least 1 month in advance.

Altitude and Altitude Sickness

  • Elevations: Lhasa (3,600m), Shigatse (3,800m), Everest (5,200m), Namtso (4,900m)
  • Health Considerations: Assess your health, especially if you have mobility issues, high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, or asthma.
  • Adaptation: Usually takes 1-3 days. Inform your guide in case of severe discomfort.

Elevation of Major Cities in Tibet

Tibetan Toilets

  • Urban Hotels: Western-style toilets, clean and hygienic.
  • Scenic Areas: Mostly flush squat toilets; some non-flush dry toilets.
  • Remote Areas: Squat toilets in towns and hotels; find natural cover in uninhabited areas.

Tibet Weather and Clothing

  • Climate: Variable weather with significant day-night temperature differences. Rainy in summer, sunny in other seasons.
  • Dressing Method: Layered clothing is recommended. Adjust layers according to the season and weather.

Transportation to Tibet

  • Train: Qinghai-Tibet Railway; limited sleepers, difficult to book in peak season.
  • Flight: Direct flights to Lhasa or Nyingchi; altitude sickness similar to train travel. Off-season airfare discounts were available.

Tibetan Food

  • Variety: Chinese, Western, Tibetan, and Nepalese options available in cities.
  • Tibetan Cuisine: Distinct flavour, different from mainland Chinese food.
  • Vegetarian Options: Available in cities and during travel.
  • Meals: Only hotel breakfast is included in the tour fee. Other meals are at your discretion.

Value for Money

A Journey Worth Every Penny

The journey you embark on with us is more than just a trip; it’s an experience of a lifetime. While we believe that such an adventure is beyond any price tag, we also understand the importance of value for those planning their dream tour.

Compare and Contrast

for the Best Deal

 When evaluating tour options, it’s crucial to compare apples to apples. Our tours are meticulously crafted to provide a comprehensive experience of Tibet’s rich culture, profound history, and breathtaking beauty, all at a price that’s as reasonable as it is rewarding.

Save More

with Group Travel

One of the best strategies to make the most of your budget is to travel in a group. The larger the group, the lower the cost per person. This is especially beneficial for solo travellers – consider joining one of our group tours for both companionship and savings. For more details, our travel consultants are just a message away.

Book Early

for the Best Rates

Early birds do get the best deals! To lock in the most favourable rates, we highly recommend contacting us at least one month prior to your intended departure date. This helps secure a better price and ensures a smoother planning process for your Tibetan adventure.

Tailored made Tours

Tailor-Made Tours: The Essence of Personalization

  1. Customized Itineraries: Tailor-made tours are our speciality. Craft a unique itinerary that matches your interests, pace, and travel dates. Explore Tibet your way, whether you’re a history buff, a nature lover, or an adventure seeker.
  2. Local Insights: Our travel consultants, with their deep local knowledge, can provide insights and suggestions to help you create the perfect journey.
  3. Flexibility: Choose when and where to start, where to go, and how long to stay at each destination. Flexibility is your best friend on a tailor-made tour.
  4. Private Guides: Enjoy the luxury of a personal guide who tailors the experience to your preferences. Dive deep into Tibetan culture and history with your dedicated expert.

Benefits of Tailor-Made Tours: Why Choose Personalization

  1. Exclusive Experiences: Tailor-made tours offer exclusive opportunities, from private audiences with monks to family dinners with locals. You’re not confined to a group schedule.
  2. Travel at Your Pace: Experience Tibet on your terms. Spend more time exploring a particular monastery, enjoying the serene beauty of a lake, or simply relaxing in a scenic spot.
  3. Local Cuisine: Tailor-made tours allow you to savour the authentic flavours of Tibet. Indulge in local cuisine at traditional restaurants, tailored to your taste.
  4. Avoid the Crowds: Smaller, tailor-made groups offer the advantage of experiencing Tibet’s treasures with fewer tourists around.


How many ways can I contact you ?

We offer the following contact ways:
E-mail: info@tourtraveltibet.com
Phone: +86-891-6348848 (24/7)
Skype: tourtraveltibet
* facebook, twitter, google plus, Pinterest,  tourtraveltibet, instagram

Can I Cancel My Tailor-Made Tour?

Yes, you have the option to cancel your tailor-made tour. However, be aware that cancellation charges will be applied as per the Tour Tibet cancellation policy. For detailed information, please review our Terms and Conditions.

Can I Arrange My Tibet Tour on My Own? Is It Easier and Cheaper?

Arranging a Tibet tour independently is not possible due to the need for a Tibet Travel Permit. This permit is mandatory and must be obtained through a local travel agency authorized by the Tibet Tourist Bureau.

Can I Talk to a Travel Consultant in Person?

Absolutely! We encourage our clients to visit our office and discuss their travel plans directly with our travel consultants. Together, we can tailor your Tibet tour to fit your preferences and requirements.

How Can I Make the Payment?

Once you are happy with your tour arrangements and have confirmed your booking, a deposit of 20% of the total trip cost is required. This deposit can be paid through PayPal, Credit Card, Western Union, or Wire Transfer. The remaining balance is due at the start of your tour.

Do I Have to Travel on Certain Dates?

No, you don’t. Our tours are fully customizable, allowing you to choose any travel date that suits you (subject to flight availability). The itineraries on our website are samples, and you’re free to modify any aspect to match your personal preferences. Your travel consultant is here to assist and guide you through the process.

Do I Need to Travel as Part of a Group?

Not necessarily. Our tailor-made trips are designed on an individual basis, meaning you have the flexibility to plan your itinerary according to your own interests and pace. However, if you are interested in a group experience, we offer small group tours limited to a maximum of 16 people.
1 Review
Sort By:RatingDate

Jayce Cummings

Group Traveller

A Tranquil Oasis: Lhasa Namtso Lakes offer breathtaking vistas and serene landscapes. The crystal-clear waters reflect the surrounding mountains, creating a picture-perfect escape.

May 18, 2023

Proceed Booking