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Tibet Family Tours

Book your family tour with us for a lifetime journey in Tibet

Every year, we welcome dozens of international families who enthusiastically book our family tours in Tibet with their children. When traveling with us, you can expect to enjoy the hospitality of Tibetans, delicious Tibetan yogurt, charming Tibetan yaks, breathtaking alpine scenery, and many other unique family-friendly experiences, all of which are sure to make your family fall in love with Tibet.

Prior to your trip, our travel consultants will provide detailed guidance on how to prepare for your Tibet family tour. Additionally, our local Tibetan guides and staff will offer extra care and timely support throughout your stay in Tibet. With over 10 years of experience in organizing Tibet family tours, we have not received a single complaint. Book our Tibet family tour for a once-in-a-lifetime journey in Tibet.

Why Book Your Tibet Family Tour with US?

  • Tailored Itineraries for All-Ages:
    Thoughtfully crafted itineraries cater to all ages and interests, ensuring every family member enjoys a fulfilling experience.

  • Tibetan Culture Immersion:
    With local expert Tibetan guide, experience authentic Tibetan home and monastery visits for a deep dive into Tibetan culture.

  • Safety and Comfort Priority:
    From transportation to accommodations, we ensure a secure and hassle-free Tibet experience for your family.

  • Guaranteed Tibet Permits:
    With 30+ years of experience, we provide you with a free Tibet Permit! Count on us to handle all your travel needs smoothly.

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Most Recommended Tibet Small Group Tour for Family with Kids

Join our small group tours that are perfect for families with kids. Accompanied by our local Tibetan tour guide, you can travel with other families or like-minded tourists, making friends and sharing experiences to create lasting memories.

    • 4 Days Lhasa Small Group Tour 4 Days Lhasa Small Group Tour

      4 Days Lhasa Small Group Tour - Wandering in Sunlight City

      Tour Route: Lhasa

      The most classic itinerary to enjoy the best of Lhasa, including the Potala Palace and Barkhor Street.

      This mind-blowing 4 days join in tour in Sunlight City Lhasa is handpicked and showers you the best of Lhasa, it starts with people just like you with same interests.

      2024 Dates & Prices:
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      Price from US$509 p.p
    • 5 Days Lhasa and Yamdrok Lake Small Group Tour 5 Days Lhasa and Yamdrok Lake Small Group Tour

      5 Days Lhasa and Yamdrok Lake Small Group Tour

      Tour Route: Lhasa - Yamdrok Lake - Lhasa

      Merge the cultural treasures of Lhasa with the captivating beauty of sacred Yamdrok Lake.

      This 5-day Lhasa and Yamdrok Lake tour covers the major attractions in Lhasa, including Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Sera Monastery, and a day tour to the holy lake Yamdrok, one of the three sacred lakes in Tibet.

      2024 Dates & Prices:
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      Price from US$689 p.p
    • 6 Days Lhasa and Shigatse Small Group Tour 6 Days Lhasa and Shigatse Small Group Tour

      6 Days Lhasa and Shigatse Small Group Tour

      Tour Route: Lhasa - Gyantse - Shigatse - Lhasa

      Visit Lhasa and Shigatse, immersing yourself in the enigmatic Tibetan Buddhist culture.

      This 6 days Tibet culture group tour will take you to the culture centers of Tibet including Lhasa, Shigatse and Gyantse.

      2024 Dates & Prices:
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      Price from US$799 p.p

Private Tibet Tours for Family with Kids

Explore our top Tibet family tours, covering must-visit destinations like Lhasa, Gyantse, Shigatse, and Namtso. Designed to avoid lengthy road trips and extreme altitudes, our tours offer a delightful blend of cultural discovery and scenic beauty on the plateau.

What Our Customers Say about Our Tibet Tours?

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What Our Customers Say

  • Outstanding service from Tibet Vista!

    I had an excellent experience with Tibet Vista (did the 4D/3N tour), starting with my initial contact with Liam/Jiang. The Chinese Embassy in Kenya has exceptionally stringent requirements that are not common with other embassies, necessitating multiple revisions of the Letter of Invitation. Throughout this process, Liam remained patient and accommodating...More reviews

    July 2024 PM
  • Kailash Mansarovar June 2024

    This was our second trip to Kailash Mansarovar. The sparsh darshan of Kailash made this trip way more special than our first trip. I can’t begin describing and praising Tibet Vista enough. Kristin is amazing and always super professional with immediate response to any help needed. We had the BEST guide in the world, Sonam Tenphel...More reviews

    June 2024 Mrinal J
  • A glimpse of the Holy Land & Qomolangma in 8 days

    We boarded the Qinghai-Tibet Railway at Xining (Qinghai), went on a 1972 kilometers, 20+ hour overnight(sleeper) train ride to Lhasa Tibet, the Holy Land. At Lhasa, we met our guide Lhasa Lhakpa of Tibet Vista, who took us through the itineraries seamlessly. Tibet Vista took care of the necessary permits while our guide Lhakpa was adequately knowledgeable....More reviews

    June 2024 Paradise169303
  • Awesome and Enlightening trip for two retirees!

    We travelled to Tibet (including Everest Base Camp), Nepal, Bhutan and India with Tibet Vista. The experience was excellent from booking to send-off. Our first online contact, Liam, was extremely responsive and always provided prompt answers, guidance and assurances...More reviews

    June 2024 Susan-and-Anthony
  • Ones in a life time trip!

    The tour around Tibet from Lhasa to the EBC was good organised and the guide Phurbu was very experienced, with a lot of knowledge about the cultural and historical background. The days in Lhasa at the beginning are good to adapt to the height conditions...More reviews

    June 2024 Alexander H
  • Profesional company, great guides

    The experience of a lifetime. We had the most wonderful experience traveling with tibet vista. It was our first time travelling with a travel agency and were very pleasantly surprised. The biggest contributor to our trip was most definitely our guide Ten Phel Sonam, who was kind, cheerful and very knowledgable...More reviews

    May 2024 elo
  • My Tibetan tour

    I just returned from my 8 day Tibetan excursion with my guide Kelsang Dorje I had a wonderful trip seeing fantastic places - there Jokhong Temple ,Potala Palace , the base camp of Everest. Kelsang was a wonderful guide and very informative about all the visits...More reviews

    May 2024 teri
  • Amazing trip with Pasang as the best guide ever!

    This was a great tour! Tibet is of course amazing but what really made this trip special is our guide Pasang! I feel we could not have been more lucky with him as our guide...More reviews

    May 2024 Celine C
  • A great adventure

    I joined a group, we had 8 nationalities between us. Our guide, Sonam Ten Phel, took very good care of us all. Nothing seemed to much trouble and he dealt with all our little and big issues efficiently and with a smile. He was very knowledgeable about the landscape...More reviews

    May 2024 fiona h
  • Wonderful experience in Tibet

    Really enjoyed visiting the monasteries and Everest base camp. Our tour guide Keldor was very good with arranging everything for us in the trip. Our experience wouldn’t be as great as it is without Keldor.More reviews

    May 2024 Nathan N

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Tibet Family Tour FAQs and Travel Tips

  • Is there any age limit for children to travel in Tibet?

    There is no age limitation for any tourist who travel to Tibet. But considering the high altitude and relatively harsh weather of the plateau, children who are too young (under the age of 4 or 5) will be much vulnerable against health risks. Long drives, which is usually required during a long journey to EBC or remote regions of Tibet, will also cause pressure to young children as well. But the situation will vary from child to child. In fact, last year we have received two kids at 3 and 5 years old, who travelled happily and safely with their parents. Therefore, it is better to consult your doctor before going to Tibet.

  • When is the best time to take a family tour in Tibet?

    The best time to visit Tibet for a family tour is from May to October, when the weather is warm and comfortable in most regions of the land. It is also more likely to appreciate the most stunning landscape on the plateau, such as blooming flowers and flowing steam in spring, lush forest and green prairie with herding nomads in summer, blue sky and clear mountain views in autumn etc. While, if you only plan to visit Lhasa and its surrounding, winter is also a good season, since it is warm during this time. And travelling to Tibet in winter can also cut down the cost to a great degree.

  • What destinations should I choose for my family tour in Tibet?

    If you want to let your children learn about the unique Tibetan culture, then you should not miss the major cultural cities, including Lhasa, Shigatse, Tsedang etc., Located in relatively lower altitude, these cities boast splendid Tibetan monasteries and Buddhist architectures, like the grand Potala Palace, revered Jokhang Temple and many more.

    If your family are fond of natural scenery, then it is suggested to visit the holy Namtso Lake, which is only 112 km away from Lhasa. There you can see snow-capped mountains and turquoise lake water, or even get a glimpse of the nomad life. With breathtaking scenery, it is surely a pleasant family trip in Tibet. Similarly, Yamdrok Lake, one of the three largest lakes in Tibet, is also a good destination, as there is well-paved highway leading there from Lhasa.

    There are also more awesome destinations to explore across the vast Tibet Plateau. While some faraway or mountainous places will be not such friendly for family trips. It is recommended to consult us if you are not sure whether the destination is too far, how is the accommodation and dining etc.

  • Are there some family-friendly activities in Tibet?

    Unlike other destinations such as Beijing, Shanghai or Chengdu, there is no such place for entertainment in Tibet, like Disney land or ocean park, due to its geological and economic conditions. But one can have a totally different experience in Tibet.

    Instead of some traditional outdoor activities your family may have before, you can learn the Buddhism culture, or have a day spent with a local Tibetan family, or learn to make handcrafts in a workshop, or spend overnight in the tent at the tranquil and beautiful Namtso Lake etc. Besides, there are trekking trails suitable for a family trip. We can help to arrange the family-friendly activities according to your needs, as long as it can be realized. Just contact us for details.

  • What are the essential packing list for a family tour in Tibet?

    Tibet's weather is characterized by significant temperature fluctuations between day and night, intense UV radiation from prolonged sunshine, and dry air. To prepare, it's advisable to pack warm headwear like beanies for chilly winds and dress in layers to adjust to varying temperatures.

    Recommended clothing includes thermal underwear, long-sleeve shirts, jackets, windbreakers, and down jackets. Even in summer, these items are necessary for trips to locations like Everest Base Camp (EBC) or Namtso. Additionally, bring comfortable shoes suitable for walking and hiking.

    For sun protection, pack sunglasses, trekking hats, and lip balms. Don't forget toiletries and personal medications such as cold relief, motion sickness, anti-diarrhea pills, mountain sickness, and eye drops.

    Remember to bring camera equipment with extra batteries and memory cards for capturing memorable moments. Lastly, ensure you have crucial travel documents, including your passport and Tibet travel permit.

  • Is altitude sickness more common in the elderly and children?

    Contrary to popular belief, there's no scientific evidence suggesting that the elderly or young children are more prone to altitude sickness. Instead, susceptibility largely depends on genetic factors and how well one acclimatizes to the Tibetan Plateau.

    To mitigate risks, it's crucial to avoid catching a cold before traveling to Tibet and allow ample time for rest and acclimatization upon arrival in Lhasa. Rushing to visit attractions should be avoided, as should sudden changes in altitude in your itinerary. Consulting with a pharmacist or doctor for altitude sickness medication beforehand is advisable.

    Rest assured, our local guides will monitor your health closely and provide timely assistance and advice throughout your stay in Tibet.

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