Tibet, the land of rich culture and ecological contrasts, offers unlimited potential for hiking and trekking adventures. Trekking in Tibet is challenging because of its remoteness, climatic extremes, and high altitude. You can walk for days, witnessing an ancient and sophisticated culture and enjoying the unobstructed views of the Himalayas, which in fact look dwarfed by high Tibetan plateau.
The best months for trekking in Tibet are May, June, September, and October. People also trek in July and August as well but, they are the hottest months of the year and tend to be rainy.
Most trekking routes are concentrated in Central Tibet and the trailheads are connected with the road. While you do take a 4WD jeep ride to the trailhead, the camping, kitchen gears, and supplies will be transported by an additional vehicle. There will be pack animals to help transport the gear, supplies, and your baggage from the trailhead.
A team of Nepali Sherpa's or Tibetans will take care of the camping and kitchen arrangements.