Let us inspire your Tibet travels
Home to vast, empty plains and soaring peaks, incense-filled temples and red-robed monks, Tibet is a wonder to discover. The scenery here is truly distinctive with turquoise lakes fringed by rugged mountains and bordered by fluttering prayer flags. Then there’s the plains, those expanses of complete nothingness, harsh and desolate, yet completely mesmerising. It’s somewhere you’ll wish you could get completely lost.
The world's highest mountain
It’s becoming increasingly well-known that the Tibetan view of Everest is superior to that found in Nepal. There’s also far fewer tourists. So take a trip through Tibet to the top of the world and marvel at the Earth’s mightiest mountain.
Gaze out onto Tibet's most heavenly lake
The turquoise salt-water lake of Nam-tso epitomises the stark harshness of the Tibetan landscapes. Just a few hours from Lhasa this holy lake is oft visited by pilgrims and fringed with colourful prayer flags and craggy mountain cliffs. It truly is a wonder to behold.
Combine Tibet with China or Nepal
Mixing Tibet with China or Nepal will take your trip to a whole new level. Mix the quiet landscapes of Tibet with the busy streets of Kathmandu or China’s spicy markets. Travel between Himalayan peaks, meet red-robed monks and feel on top of the world.