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What to Do in Tibet

Yangbajing Hot Springs, Tibet Biking Tour, Trekking, Camping, Hiking, Yak Ride, Visit Monasteries, Visit Potala Palace, Stroll at Barkhor Street, See Lake Yamdrok and may more.

There are endless adventurous and relaxing things to do in Tibet if you have planned your next vacation to this beautiful country. There is something for every kind of traveller in Tibet, whether you prefer sightseeing or adventure activities. The country is known for its innumerable natural beauty, and the presence of the Himalayan ranges in themselves provides the opportunity for several things to do including hiking, trekking, camping, lakeside picnics, birdwatching and much more.

Tibet is also the centre for Buddhism in the world, and if you are wondering what to do in Tibet, then you must consider visiting the many monasteries that have existed here for centuries. Exploring the art and architecture of these temples and monasteries along with attending prayer sessions and watching the monks in their meditation is one of the most invigorating things you can do in Tibet. Participating in the many vibrant festivals is also an exciting activity that will make your trip to Tibet exceptionally memorable.

Here are some of the best things to do in Tibet:

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Visit Yangbajing Hot Springs

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One of the essential things to do in Tibet includes soaking in the magical Yangbajing Hot Springs that is located on the north-western side of the city of Lhasa, on the way to Damxung. The spring is located at an impressive elevation of 4500 metres above sea level, which makes it the tallest hot springs in the country.

This 87 km long structure is said to contain mineral-rich water with healing properties. The water temperature ranges from between 30 degrees Celsius to 84 degrees Celsius while the hot springs are surrounded by endless stretches of green valleys and mountains where you can see sheep and yaks grazing.  

Location: Yangbajain, northwest of Lhasa, Tibet
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Tibet Biking Tour

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The Tibet bike visit begins from Lhasa on our 500cc Power-Bullets, with a Nepali camp and kitchen team and our Road skipper Hubert, who is an incredible Tibet master, with the experience or twenty trekking and mountain bicycle visits in Tibet.

We are gathering reservations as of now and in the wake of counseling with our neighborhood organization in Kathmandu we chose to begin the arranging of the Tibet bike visit. Acquiring the important grant from the Chinese has again turned into a reality, at any rate that is the thing that we have been told by our organization in Lhasa/Tibet, in spite of the fact that there is no surety.


Rs 10,000 to Rs 15,000

Best time to visit:
May, June, August

Difficulty level:
10/10 - Extreme

• Tibetan people and culture • Lhasa, Himalaya • Mt. Everest (Base Camp) • Gyantse Kumbum • Tashilunpo and many more monasteries.
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Tibet outskirts India, Burma, Bhutan, Sikkim and Nepal. Covering a monstrous 1.22 million square kilometers, the level is encompassed by the most elevated mountain extends, the Himalaya toward the south, the Karakoram toward the west and the Kunlun toward the north. With a normal rise of 14,000 feet, Tibet is actually the most elevated country on earth.

This biological system and a considerable lot of its species are presently endangered.Not just is Tibet home to Chomolongma – the nearby name for the most noteworthy crest on the planet, additionally to an inconceivable society and history that radiates from the high, bone-dry level that portrays this striking area.


Rs 6200 and up

Best time to visit:
All seasons are perfect except snowy (Nov-March)

Difficulty level:
10/10 - Extreme

• Sightseeing & drive to Shigatse • Classic, natural beauty of the Tibetan plateau • Tea with nomads and nuns • Jokhang Temple and the Barkhor Circuit • Potala Palace
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On the off chance that you wish to get a closer affair of being a traveler in Amdo, this outing is for you. You will camp at Kusum, the heartland of roaming area, where Mongols live today as the lion's share who has kept the methods for travelers for a long time.

The best time for this excursion is from May to late Sept. High on the green fields of the Tibetan level, Tibetan wanderers live in amicability with their creatures and the earth. Outdoors with migrants offers a one of a kind chance to find out around an antiquated lifestyle while personally encountering Tibetan society. Toward the day's end, unwind while drinking margarine tea, eating yak jerky, and swapping stories with local people.

Tingri County, Shigatse, Tibet

Rs 8000 and up Best time to visit: April to June, and September to December

Difficulty level:

• Camping • Trekking • Photography • Shopping • Visit Tsuglag Khang • Enjoy Momos
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Tibet, place that is known for soul and dream, is constantly strange to trekkers. Lying in the shadow of Himalaya, the amazing high level scene of Tibet offers awesome open doors for trekker. Regardless of what your advantage is, suppose climbing great towering mountains, hovering around heavenly lakes, going to hallowed cloisters, riding steeds over the limitless meadows, or trekking through national parks, Tibet has something for you.

Here are a few prescribed trekking courses in Tibet which offer you amazing perspectives and life-changing encounters. Above all, the courses are available to all levels of abilities and experience.Gandan to Samye trek is the best long trek, which costs you 4 to 5 days.


Rs 5000 and up

Best time to visit:
April to June

Difficulty level:

• Sightseeing & drive to Shigatse • Classic, natural beauty of the Tibetan plateau • Tea with nomads and nuns • Camping • Trekking • Photography • Shopping
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Yak Ride

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Encompassed by immense mountain ranges in a horde of hues, meadows so green your photos will dumbfound your companions, lovely individuals who still wear their conventional attire as regular clothing, and a religious commitment and intensity obscure anyplace else on the planet, Tibet is nearly the remainder of the WILD Asian human advancements.

Come see it before it goes Western! Subsequent to the principle charms are distant the beaten track, far from the urban communities (other than Lhasa, obviously), inquisitive explorers at long last can visit these WILD country ranges, even with no Tibetan or Chinese dialect abilities! more on attractions in Tibet.


Rs 20,000 and up

Best time to visit:
April to September 

Difficulty leve
l: 5/10 

• Classic, natural beauty of the Tibetan plateau • Tea with nomads and nuns • Tea with nomads and nuns • Camping • Trekking • Photography • Shopping
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Visit Monasteries

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Encompassed by immense mountain ranges in a horde of hues, meadows so green your photos will dumbfound your companions, lovely individuals who still wear their conventional attire as regular clothing, and a religious commitment and intensity obscure anyplace else on the planet, Tibet is nearly the remainder of the WILD Asian human advancements.

Come see it before it goes Western! Subsequent to the principle charms are distant the beaten track, far from the urban communities (other than Lhasa, obviously), inquisitive explorers at long last can visit these WILD country ranges, even with no Tibetan or Chinese dialect abilities! more on attractions in Tibet.


Rs 30,000 and up

Best time to visit:
April to June, and September to December

• Photography • Shopping • Tibet Biking Tour • Classic, natural beauty of the Tibetan plateau • Tea with nomads and nuns • Camping • Trekking
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Visit Potala Palace

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Visiting the highest palace in the world demands a place of pride on your list of things to do in Tibet. This architectural marvel is located on the top of Red Mountain at an elevation of 3,750 metres above sea level. The palace is said to have over 1,000 rooms that contain precious artefacts and historical specimens of Tibetan culture.

The Potala Palace is not only beautiful to look at with an interesting museum for you to explore – it is actually believed to be the birthplace and spiritual centre of Tibetan Buddhism where thousands of monks travel for pilgrimage every day.

Location: 35 Central Beijing Road, Lhasa, Tibet, China, 850000

Timings: Monday to Sunday (9:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.)

Price: 200 Yuan (May to October), 100 Yuan (November to April)
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Stroll at Barkhor Street

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Situated in the old range of Lhasa City, Tibet, Barkhor Street is an extremely antiquated round road encompassing the Jokhang Temple and local people are constantly glad for it. As an image of Lhasa, it is additionally an unquestionable requirement see place for guests. It's said that in 647, the main Tibetan King Songtsen Gampo (617 - 650) manufactured the Jokhang Temple.

Because of its brilliance, it immediately pulled in a great many Buddhist explorers. Additionally you can see a few explorers strolling or advancing body-lengths by body-lengths along the road. Indeed, even some of them are youngsters or have encountered a great many miles' stroll to achieve this hallowed spot. The way they express their devotion could make you comprehend the blessedness of religion.

Central Lhasa

Best time to visit:
Any time in year

• Buddhist worship • Watching pilgrims do prostrating obeisances • Shopping • The Circumambulation Road • Makye Ame • Canggu Monastery
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See Lake Yamdrok

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When you are in Tibet, you must visit the three sacred lakes, amongst which one of the most beautiful is the Yamdrok Lake. It is also one of the largest lakes in the country – 72 km long and located at an elevation of 4,441 metres. The highlight of the lake is the incredible natural beauty that you can observe from various points along its course.

The lake is fringed with snow-capped mountains and the most beautiful aspect is the colour-changing waters, which appear in a different shade of blue at different times of the day depending on the position of the sun. A picnic along the lake, or a peaceful trek through the mountains surrounding the lake, is amongst some of the most memorable things to do in Tibet.

Location: South of Yarlung Tsangpo River, Shannan Region, Tibet.

Timings: open 24 hours

Price: 40 RMB
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Attend Losar

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Tibetan New year, otherwise called Losar, is the most imperative celebration in the Tibetan timetable. Tibetan New Year is said to most recent 15 days, however the initial 3 days are generally essential. It is mostly celebrated over a time of 3 days in late The Tibetan date-book comprises of 12 (or 13) lunar months, and Losar starts on the principal day of the Tibetan year. The Tibetan date-book is lunisolar and verging on indistinguishable to the Chinese schedule.

Losar is commended by Tibetan individuals. It is set apart with antiquated functions that speaks to the battle in the middle of good and insidiousness. There is droning and going of flame lights through the group. A specific measure of levity is given by occasions, for example, the move of the deer and the diverting fights between the King and his different pastors. Losar Festival is described particularly by moving, music, and a general soul of fun.
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Enjoy Gyantse Damar Festival

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In the event that you need to go to Tibet around June, Gyantse Damar Festival is an absolute necessity for you to encounter. This celebration is held in the fourth month of Tibetan date-book( or June in sun oriented calender) and it can be gotten to easily as it covers the hot Tibet travel course.

Damar celebration in Gyantse is more mainstream for nonnatives to comprehend it well. This celebration is set up in 1408 and the agriculturists and herders from each parts of Tibet accumulate in Gyantse for steed dashing, bows and arrows rivalries, horsemanship show took after by few days'entertainment or picnicking.


Best time to visit:
Any time in the year

• Fast running horse competation • A well decorated horse. • Many horsemen with Typical local Ethnic dress up. • Hundreds of bussinessmen diplaying the local products. • Showing different skill during Archery competition. • Hundreds of Tibetan spectators with typical ethnic dress up.
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Join The Commemoration of Tsongkapa

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Tibetan individuals are an ethnic gathering great at singing, moving and horsemanship. Tibetan individuals are additionally a gathering with faithful religious conviction and a long history of love nature, similar to mountains and lakes. Profoundly affected by these elements,festivals in Tibet are likewise firmly associated with religions and nomadism.

Since Tibetan individuals dependably lead an existence under brutal indigenous habitat and dedicated conditions, they are emphatically anxious of a superior life and trust that God and Buddha can ensure them. Consequently, they express their request to God to divinities, Buddha and nature on specific celebrations.

There are more than 100 noteworthy or minor celebrations consistently. For whatever length of time that you stay in Tibet for half month in any season, you will surely to go over a celebration there, and you will be flabbergasted by festal party of the Tibetan individuals.


• Tibetan New Year • Great Prayer Festival • Butter Lamp Festival
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Experience Tashilhunpo Festival

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Tashilhunpo Festival, otherwise called Buddha Exhibition Festival in Tashilhunpo Monastery appreciates high prevalence among neighborhood Tibetans and sightseers. The celebration goes on for three days amidst the fifth lunar Tibetan month. Occasions achieve its peak with the uncovering of an enormous four-story-tall thangka (religious painting) on a tower behind the cloister.

The agenda revolves around the Lhasa city and its encompassing beautiful spots and visitors head to Tashilhunpo Monastery where you can partake different religious occasions that must be seen amid the enormous celebration. Tibet travel grant and all other vital licenses to Tibet. All cabin recorded in the schedule; it's your choice about the settlement class: extravagance 5-star universal inn, agreeable 4-star lodging, financial 3-star inn or spending plan inn, guesthouse or tent.


• Potala Place • Johkang Temple • Barkor Street • Drepung and Sera Monastery • One Day Tour for Tashilunpo Festival • Yambulakhang Palace • Tadruk Monastery • Departure from Tsedang
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The Grand Party of Tibetan Nomads

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It is trusted that Tibetans get from Qiang People, the wanderers in old China. It is the intermarriage between Qiang People and neighborhood tribes that prompts the presence of Tibetans. Because of the serious environment, compelling height and badly designed transportation, and so on.

Tibetans have since a long time ago depended on pastoralism for survival. Accordingly, customarily Tibetans are understood for being strong travelers, an ethnic gathering that live one next to the other with domesticated animals and nature. In spite of the fact that nobody can tell the accurate number of existent migrants in Tibet, an expected around 2 million including travelers and semi-wanderers couldn't turn out badly.


• Harsh Environment and Tibetan Nomads • Tibetan Nomad Mastiff • Lake Manasarovar Kora • Visit a Tibetan Nomad Tent • Tibetan Nomad Life and Livestock • Tibetan Nomads Tour - Meet nomads on the Trekking Path
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Yushu Horse Racing Festival

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Horse Racing Festival in Yushu of Qinghai territory is one of the three most acclaimed steed hustling celebrations in Tibetan region. It begins from 25th, July and more often than not goes on for a week, significantly more.

The commonplace celebrations include horse races, yak races, pulls of war, what might as well be called a weight-lifting competition, eating and drinking and also moving and singing exhibitions, showcase of conventional Tibetan outfit, and so on.


• Tibet travel permit and all other necessary permits to Tibet; • All entrance ticket fees for all tourist sites listed in the itinerary; • Personal knowledgeable English-speaking Tibetan local tour guide; • Personal comfortable, clean and safe vehicle with reliable Tibetan local driver; vehicle ranging from 4WD land cruiser to minibus depending on your group size; • Domestic flight/train tickets listed in the itinerary; • One shared big Oxygen tank in the car; • Tourist accident/casualty insurance; • First aid kit;
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Kailash in Saga Dawa Festival

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The celebration of Saga Dawa marks the edification of Sakyamuni, and happens on the full moon day of the fourth Tibetan month. The celebration is required to most recent a month, amid which a sizable number of travelers will end up staging so as to celebrate it different religious occasions, the most alluring of which is the hovering around Mt. Kailash for love.

Around then, not just would you be able to see grave Buddhist exercises like droning, moving and playing religious instruments, and love, and so forth. Voyagers might have an opportunity to watch the Kailash Kora (hovering around religious locales ) and join Tibetans to supplicate, offer tips to poor people, and visit cloisters, and so on. All cabin recorded in the schedule; it's your choice about the settlement class: extravagance 5-star global inn, agreeable 4-star lodging, monetary 3-star inn or spending plan inn, guesthouse or tent.

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Stroll around Namtso Lake

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Another one of the three sacred lakes in Tibet is the Namtso Lake, located under the ranges of Mount Nyenchen Thangka. Visiting the lake is one of the most rewarding things to do in Tibet, where you can absorb the natural beauty, see the snow-capped landscape, walk over the frozen surface of the lake if you are visiting in winter and watch scores of yaks grazing in the surrounding field.

It is also an important spiritual centre, where Buddhists come to offer prayers. The mighty elevation of the lake has also earned it the name of “Heavenly Lake” due to its apparent proximity to the heavens.

Location: Border of Damxung County (Lhasa Prefecture) and Baingoin County (Nagqu Prefecture), Tibet

Price: 120 RMB
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Visit Norbulingka

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Visiting this magnificent castle that was built in 1755 is one of the quintessential things to do in Tibet. Till the 1780s, the castle served as the summer residence of all the Dalai Lamas and now serves as a garden, museum and learning centre for young Tibetans.

People come to visit from far and wide to see the “Park of Treasure” which consists of hundreds of flowering plants and manicured gardens.

Location: Luobulinka Road, Lhasa, Tibet, China, 850000

Timings: Monday to Sunday (9:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.)

Price: 80 Yuan
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Shoton Festival

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The Shoton Festival is a standout amongst the most mainstream conventional celebrations in Tibet. It praises eating yogurt, the Tibetan ministers who end their season of reflection, the viewing of Tibetan emotional musical dramas, and Tibetan Buddhism. It is held every year in the month of August, or late in the 6th month or ahead of schedule in the seventh month of the Tibetan date-book.

The Shoton Festival has turned into a far reaching festivity that impacts the way of life of Tibet. It is an incredible event for both Tibetans and voyagers. It has likewise turned into a business sector time, and a period for rivalries, exhibitions and amusement.


Interested in celebrating the Shoton Festival? China Highlights offers you the unique opportunity to celebrate the festival as locals do. China Highlights has a special tour to Tibet each year to coincide with the Shoton Festival.
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People Also Ask About Tibet

  1. What are the best things to do in Tibet?

    1. Tour the famous monasteries: Tibet is home to a number of famous monasteries such as Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Ganden Monastery and Drepung Monastery and visiting these beautiful and spiritual structures is considered one of the best things to do in Tibet.

    2. Explore Barkhor Street: If you’re wondering what to do in Tibet, then you must consider exploring Barkhor Street, which is a microcosm of Tibetan culture, art, food and architecture. The streets are lined with shops and houses that are going to keep you entertained during your holiday.

    3. Visit the three sacred lakes in Tibet: If you want to know what to do in Tibet, then one of the essential experiences is visiting the Three Sacred Lakes which are Lake Namtso, Lake Manasarovar and Lake Yamdrok. These are known for their spiritual significance as well as their natural beauty.

    4. Attend a traditional festival: Tibetan festivals are vibrant and colourful and give you incredible insight into the history, life and culture of the locals. Some of the festivals you can attend include Gyantse Damar and Losar.

  2. What are the best adventure activities to do in Tibet?

    1. Trekking: If you are an adventurer and you are wondering what to do in Tibet, there is no better activity than trekking. The mountains of the Himalayas, including Mount Everest and Mount Kailash, provide the perfect opportunity for trekking through the most stunning landscapes.

    2. Camping: There are several wonderful campsites near Tibet where you can camp through the night and stare into the night sky strewn with millions of stars. One of the most popular campsites is in Kusum in Tingri County.

    3. Hiking: There are innumerable shallow mountain ranges in Tibet such as the mountains that surround Lake Yamdrok, which are ideal for hiking for people with all levels of expertise.

    4. Yak Ride: Yaks are some of the most commonly occurring animals in Tibet and can be seen grazing freely in the open plateau. A yak ride can be a thrilling experience for those visiting Tibet.

  3. Which are the best festivals to enjoy in Tibet?

    1. Losar: Losar, which is the Tibetan New Year, is celebrated lavishly in February or March, with dance performances, mock battles, plays, singing and lots of food.

    2. Saga Dawa: The Saga Dawa festival is celebrated to commemorate the birth of Gautam Buddha in the month of June. It is a spiritual affair, with thousands of people visiting decorated monasteries, rallying around Barkhor Street and donating money and wares to the poor.

    3. Shoton Festival: Shoton Festival is characterised by unveiling large murals and paintings of the Buddha, while yoghurt is served to the monks in the various monasteries in Tibet. It is celebrated in the month of August.

    4. Butter Lamp Festival: The Butter Lamp Festival is celebrated immediately after Losar to celebrate the triumphs of the Buddha against heretics, thousands of years ago in India. Butter lamps are lit throughout the country, and images of the Buddha in butter are also unveiled and distributed.

  4. What is the best time to visit Tibet?

    The best time to visit Tibet is during summer, which occurs between the months of June and August. The temperature is cool and bearable during this time, with little chance of snowstorms, which is a common occurrence throughout the rest of the year.

  5. Is Tibet safe?

    Yes, Tibet being a Buddhist country is one of the safest in the world, with a population consisting of peace-loving individuals and monks. The crime rate in the country is very low and if you take the basic precautions with yourself and your belongings, your travels are likely to be seamless.

  6. What is famous in Tibet?

    Tibet is famous for its spirituality and its natural beauty. There are several ancient monasteries in the country where you can see monks practising various sects of Buddhism. Of these, you must visit the Potala Palace and Jokhang Temple in the capital city of Lhasa.

    It is also home to several important mountains from the Himalayan ranges like Mount Kailash and sacred places such as Lake Manasarovar and Lake Namtso.

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