Tibet Trekking

Tibet Shambhala Adventure specialises in Tibet trekking and Tibet adventure trekking tour. We are delighted to give introduction to trekking in Tibet. Today, as the travel industry in the whole world is increasing, the Tibetan traditional Adventure caravan is becoming one of the most famous and off the beaten trail adventure travel destination in the world. Tourists not only follow the foot step of the famous trekkers or climbers who used to travel to Tibet before but also like to discover more and more adventure trekking routes and off the beaten trek in the Himalayan region of Tibet.

Tibet Shambhala Adventure, being as a local Tibetan travel agent, we have been exploring to the most parts of Tibet and design our best Tibet treks but we are still on our way to explore more unique and authentic trekking in Tibet throughout the entire plateau of Tibet because Tibet, the largest and the highest plateau on the earth, is surrounded by the most extensive jumble of mountains found on any continent. Stretching for almost 1900 miles (3000 km) and forming its entire southern boundary is the Himalaya, and along its western extremity is the equally rugged Karakoram. Between these two ranges are found all fourteen of the world's 8000-meter peaks ( 26250 feet or more), including Mount Everest. In northern Tibet, the plateau is a high, arid expanse known as the Changthang, the northern plains while eastern Tibet is bounded by a succession of mountains where three of Asia's largest rivers cut deep, parallel gorges on their journey from the plateau to the sea.

We have Tibet trekking routes in the entire Tibetan plateau (geographic Tibet ), area encompassing over 800,000 square miles ( 2.1 million square km ) which includes the four traditional regions of Tibet: Utsang ( Lhasa and Shigatse were the original capitals, respectively ), which together comprise central Tibet; Ngari-Korsum, the westernmost region, which included the Mount Kailash area and extended into Ladakh; Amdo, the land of nomadic herders in the northeast; and Kham, the forested, easternmost edge of the Plateau.

The ideal time for trekking and for travelling throughout Tibet is Spring and autumn, from mid April to mid July and end August to mid November, when skies are generally clear and the high mountain peaks rise to a vivid blue sky. While the climate is best in spring and autumn.

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A trip can be booked as far as six months in advance. We do not book more than six months ahead because of possibility of huge fluctuations in the international exchange rate.

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On cancellation, depending on time duration before the cancellation of the trip, cancellation charge will be charged. A trip can be postponed only up to 6 months at maximum and no further than that.

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The final payment must be done before the start of the trek. A full payment can be done on the time of booking or as late as after arriving in Kathmandu.

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On the home page of our website, under the section, company profile, all the legal documents are present.

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