Tibet Attractions:
Potala Palace
Namtso Lake
Bakhor Street
Jokhang Temple
Sera Monastery
Tibet Tours :
Tours from Beijing
Tours from Xi an
Tours from Shanghai
Tours from Chengdu
Tibet EBC Tours
Tibet 4 Days Tour
Tibet 5 Days Tour
Tibet 6 Days Tour
Tibet 7 Days Tour
Tibet 8 Days Tour
Train Tickets :
Shanghai Lhasa Train
Xi an Lhasa Train
Chengdu Lhasa Train
Xining Lhasa Train
Beijing Lhasa Train
Travel Tips :
Tibet Festivals
Tibet Permission
Tibet Hotels
Altitude Sickness
Tibet Maps

    Tired being join in a tour group?angriy with too much shopping?Not enough freedom?

    Renting a landcruiser with a driver has become the most popular way of getting around in Tibet. Even though you can still travel along most of main routes by public transport. (Toursists are not permitted to drive rental vehicles in Tibet.) Landcruiser have room for 5 people and their luggage, but one people need to sit at back extra seat, so 4 is more comfortabel. Especially for a longer trips, according to the road conditions and a big amount of luggages, it's worth limiting the number of passengers.

    The most popular route is a leisurely and slightly circuitous journey down to Zhangmu on the Tibet-Nepal border, taking in Yamdrok-tso, Gyantse, Shigatse, Sakya, Everest Base Camp and Tingri along the way. Mt.Kailash, Namtso and Drigung Til are also popular destinations.