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Tibet Tours & Travels is a recognised and authorised travel agency by the Department of Tourism (H.P. India) under Reg. No. DTO/DMSL/C/28/96/938. We are one of the few leading and reputed enterprises in the travel and tour business in Northern India, managed by Tibetan professionals. We provide services to hundreds of tourists, institutes and organisations from different countries visiting India and Nepal every year.

We undertake specialist services to the Indian subcontinent for travellers and adventures. We also arrange for cultural, spiritual and historical tours, Buddhism, Non Buddhism and Tibetan programs. One can also avail our knowledgeable guides and translators who can provide information for the expanding professionals like JOURNALISTS, WRITERS, PHOTOGRAPHERS, FILMMAKERS, RESEARCHERS, GENERAL TOURISTS and STUDENTS who are interested in the field of Tibetan Studies. We cater for individual and group tailor-made itineraries to suit every budget. All our tours, travels, treks and adventures receives the services from an English speaking & Qualified guides.

We are based with our Head office in Dharamsala, also known as “The Little Lhasa” in India, and a branch office in Delhi. Dharamsala is an internationally known temporary residence of the Nobel Peace Laureate, His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet and the Tibetan Government in Exile. The natural beauty of the place, where the snow clad Dhauladhar ranges form a magnificent backdrop to the serenity of upper Dharamsala ( situated at about 6,300 feet above the sea level) is heightened by cool fresh air and dense pine and deodar forests. The numerous streams and nearby snowline coupled with a picturesque view of Kangra valley, provides an additional attractions for a magical and fulfilling holiday, far away from the madding crowd. Dharamsala is full of life and peace. It is a beautiful and spiritual place where one gets to experience an harmonious blend of spiritual, tradition and modernity.

We not only intend to expand or excel our business, but also target towards providing and exploring job opportunities for an unemployed Tibetan youths in our Tibetan community by engaging them in our different departments (for eg. tour & trekking guides). This will be our least contribution towards our Tibetan society in exile.