journeys of a Lifetime

Road to Tibet Travel Services can take you anywhere on the Tibetan Plateau and introduce you to the culture and its peoples, both on and off the beaten path. Sharing our beloved Tibet is our life's mission.

Personalized Service

Since 2005, we have hosted more than 600 visits in the Tibetan Autonomous Region and 80 in Eastern Tibet. Our clients praise our attention to detail, response time and flexibility, before and during their visits.

100% Tibetan

Located in Lhasa since 2007, our staff is Tibetan. Our mission is to guide and serve you as we support our culture, protect the natural environment and bring the peoples of the world together.

 
Tsewang Lhamo, one of our guides, with clients in 2017.

Tsewang Lhamo, one of our guides, with clients in 2017.

 

We specialize in family, group and individual journeys with fixed or customized itineraries focused on culture and history, Buddhism, trekking, hiking and biking. 

Get started by telling us what you would like to do, where you would like to go and how many days you can spend with us. Then we can get started!

Peace,
Woeser Phel, Founder & Director

 

Road to Tibet awarded Trip Advisor's Certificate of Excellence  for 2016. 

Road to Tibet Travel
Jinzhu West Road No. 8-5
Lhasa, Xizang (Tibet), China 85000

Telephone: +86 133 0898 1522
Fax: +86 891 6865 232
Skype ID: roadtotibet1
Email: woeser@roadtotibet.com

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Our homeland consists of central Tibet known as the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR), nearly all of Qinghai, northern and western Sichuan, southwestern Gansu and the northwest corner of Yunnan.

The Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) comprises only 50% of the land mass of the Tibetan Plateau. Roughly 60% of Tibetans live outside of the TAR.

Special travel permits are required for traveling to Lhasa and the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR).  Permits are not required for Qinghai, Sichuan, Gansu and Yunnan.

 

Explore Destinations

Central Tibet (TAR) & Lhasa

Central Tibet (TAR) & Lhasa

Eastern Tibet—Kham

Eastern Tibet—Kham

Far Eastern Tibet—Amdo

Far Eastern Tibet—Amdo