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Learn more about who we are, our mission, and our commitment.

After gathering more than 28 years of experience, we established this company in 2002, since then we have been continually growing as a well known travel company and we are recognized as one of the leading travel agency in Tibet to provide customized and personalized trips in Tibet for individual to big group.

Unveiling the Mystical Beauty of Tibet

Experience the ultimate Mt. Kailash tour and trekking adventure, immersing yourself in spiritual enlightenment and breathtaking natural beauty along the Himalayan trails.

Enjoy your Tibet tour with the 15-days free visa program

Now, China has reopened its borders to more than 11 countries. From December 01, 2023, to November 30, 2024, China has opened free 15-day visas to the ordinary passport holders of France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, and Malaysia. Later, from March 14 to November 30, 2024, China released its free visa to six more countries, including Switzerland, Ireland, Hungary, Austria, Belgium, and Luxembourg.

This free visa policy applies only to businesses, travel, family reunions, medical treatment, exhibitions, and sports competitions. It won’t be used for work and study purposes.

Best Selling Trips

Discover the essence of Tibet with us in 2024! As the premier local tour operator, we creatively craft the best Tibet group tours for you at unbeatable prices. These itineraries are the best selling among travelers. Explore sacred sites and breathtaking landscapes with expert guides.

14 Days Lhasa to Mount Kailash Trek

Lhasa - Gyantse - Shigatse - Saga - Mansarovar - Darchen - Diraphuk - Zutulphuk - Mansarovar - Saga - Kyirong - Kathmandu

10 Days Mount Kailash Trek with Lake Manasarovar: A Spiritual Journey in Sacred Himalayan Realm

Kathmandu - Syabrubesi - Saga - Mansarovar - Diraphuk - Zutulphuk - Mansarovar - Saga - Kyirong - Kathmandu

10 Days 3 Base Camp Tour: Everest north base camp tour with Mt.Cho Oyu & Shishapangma

Lhasa - Gyantse - Shigatse - Shegar - Rongbuk - Cho Oyu Base Camp - Tingri - Sisapangma Base Camp - Kyirong - Kathmandu

The Lhasa to Mt. Kailash and Guge Kingdom trek

Lhasa - Gyantse - Shigatse - Saga - Mansarovar - Darchen - Diraphuk - Zutulphuk - Thirthapuri - Guge Kingdom - Mansarovar - Saga - Kyirong - Kathmandu

Central Tibet and Everest Base Camp Trek: An unforgettable trekking adventure through majestic Himalayan vistas

Lhasa - Gyantse - Shigatse - Tingri - Luna Thang - Zommug - Rongbuk - Everest Base Camp - Kyirong - Kathmandu

Trip Experiences

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Tour & Holidays

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Trekking and Hiking

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Why choose the Tibet Tashi Delek International for the Kailash Tour and Tibet Tour?

When traveling to new places, having an experienced guide and trustworthy tour operator will make your travel safe and joyful. Tibet Kailash Tour (Tashi Delek) is experienced and has been in travel services for decades. If you desire to visit Tibet, you can choose the multiple range of itineraries designed to accompany you when you travel to Tibet’s most popular and sacred places.

We can customize the itinerary to your needs and provide flexible time. You do not need to have logistic and materialistic stress during the tour; our experienced guides can make your travel safe and adaptable as they are trained and equipped for any emergency services, and they possess in-depth knowledge about the places, culture, and history so that you won’t get into any troubles.

Fixed Departure Trips

Explore our range of fixed departure trips, offering hassle-free travel experiences with set dates and itineraries for your convenience.

14 Days Lhasa to Mount Kailash Trek

In these 14 days of Lhasa to Mount Kailash Trek we will travel through various Tibetan cities to the holy...

Date: 09/25/2024
Price starts from: USD 2056.4

Central Tibet Tour: A captivating journey through ancient traditions and breathtaking landscapes

This Central Tibet Tour journey takes you from Lhasa city, Gyantse, and Shigatse to Tsedang, the center of Tibetan...

Price starts from: USD 1500


Find out more about Tibet and other places

Explore the wonders of Tibet and beyond, from the majestic Himalayas to vibrant cities and serene countryside, each offering a unique blend of culture, history, and natural beauty waiting to be discovered.

Tibet's Top Attractions

Tibet, also known as the Roof of the World, is a captivating place to visit. This mountainous area in the Himalayas is home to several ancient, intact Buddhist cultures, immaculate monasteries, regal palaces, and breathtaking mountain vistas. By exploring Tibet's main attractions, a traveler may turn his trip into a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Potala Palace

The Potala Palace, a majestic structure dating back to the seventh century, stands as a testament to the rich history of Tibetan Buddhism and traditional governance, commanding respect and awe from all who behold it. The name comes from Mount Potalaka, which is thought...

Tashilunpo Monastery

Tashilhunpo Monastery, the biggest monastery in Shigatse, is not just a religious institution but also the Panchen Lama’s seat and the hub of Tsang area politics, religion, and culture. Known as the Four Greatest Monasteries of Tibetan Gelugpa Sects, Tashilhunpo Monastery is situated in...

Yamdrok Tso Lake

Yamdrok Lake is one of Tibet’s most beautiful and sacred lakes. Yamdrok-Tso Lake stands at 4400 m and is one of the four holy lakes in Tibet (the other three being Namtso Lake, Lake Manasarovar, and Lhamo Latso). Its length exceeds 72 kilometers, and...

Jokhang Temple

 Jokhang Temple, renowned as the “spiritual heart of the city,” is the most revered temple in Tibet and is located in the middle of the busy city of Lhasa. Visitors can stroll along the pilgrim’s route, which takes about 20 minutes to complete and...

Mount Kailash

Mt. Kailash, home of Lord Shiva, rises 6656 meters above sea level with a pyramid-like structure formed by its symmetrical sides. It is endowed with natural and cultural tranquility. Mount Kailash is also well known for its stunning scenery of towering peaks, religious villages,...

Mount Everest

Mount Everest, at 8848 meters, is the world’s tallest mountain. The Sherpas and Nepalese refer to it as Sagarmatha, and the Tibetans call it Chomolungma. Tenzing Norgay of Nepal and Sir Edmund Hillary of New Zealand ascended on May 29th, starting from the south...


Discover firsthand testimonials from our valued clients, sharing their experiences of unforgettable journeys with us. Hear from them how our itineraries have exceeded expectations and left lasting memories.

I was glad to choose Tashi Delek as my tour operator during my time at Tibet. It was a lovely experience and they took care of everything. I just had fun.

Harry USA

I planned for a trip to Mt. Kailash from Tibet and someone told me about Tashi Delek. I contacted them and they provided clear information about the trip. Also, the guide was quite informative and I got all I needed to know and the trip was smooth.

Pasang Bhutan

I would definitely recommend your travel agency to others . The support is a major factor in that.

Patrick New Zealand

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What about Tibetan Taboos?

  • Donkey, horse, and dog meat are forbidden; in some places, fish is also forbidden.
  • You must wait for the master to lift the cup before you can drink buttered tea.
  • You must turn the prayer wheels clockwise.
  • You must not touch a Tibetan person’s head, not even a child’s.
  • Never wipe anything with the Tibetan character paper.
  • When you visit a nomad’s tent, men should sit on the left and women on the right.
  • You cannot accept or deliver articles with one hand

When is the best time to visit Tibet?

Tibet’s climate is not as harsh as people believe it to be. The best months to visit are April through mid-November and August through October. Lhasa has a far more pleasant climate than other parts of Tibet, making it a year-round destination.

What sort of currency do I need to bring?

Tibet accepts the Chinese Yuan, the country’s currency. Every bank and ATM in China allows you to convert your US dollars, UK pounds, and euros into Chinese currency.

Saturdays and Sundays are off for banks in Tibet. You can bring cash before you begin your day or journey. In Lhasa, Shigatse, and Gyantse, ATMs are readily available, but in other small towns in isolated regions, finding one could be difficult.

You should have the Nepalese rupees for Nepal, or most businesses accept Indian currency too in Nepal. Every bank and ATM in Nepal allows you to convert your US dollars, UK pounds, and euros into Nepalese currency.

Is hiring a horse or porter necessary for the Trek?

It all relies on your physical condition and the weight of the equipment you are carrying. You can do it on your own if your level of fitness is above average and you are committed to finishing it. But if you are not confident and feeling not good then you may need to hire a porter.

What Kind of Gear Should I Bring for the Trek?

There are lots of gears and equipment you need to carry but that increases the weight on your shoulder. But here are the few things you must have:

  • Torch or any other travel light
  • Warm and comfy thermal underwear
  • Wear 2-3 layers of clothes to adjust yourself as per the environment
  • Trekking stick, footwear, polarized sunglasses
  • Personal items like medicines, vacuum flask for keeping hot drinking water, etc.
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