Journey across Tibet - 13 days
Central Tibet trek - 16 days
Beijing to Kathmandu overland across the roof of the world - 22 days
Mt Kailash pilgrimage - 19 days
Trek Khangsung and North Face of Everest - 28 days
Fiona’s travel tips
FOR THE ACTIVE: Try mountain biking across the Tibetan Plateau — you’ll need to be fit!
MY FAVOURITE PLACE: Sitting among Tibetan monks listening to early morning chanting.
READ: The Epic of Mt. Everest by Frances Younghusband; Trespassers on the Roof of the World by Peter Hopkirk and Younghusband: The Last Great Imperial Adventurer by Patrick French.
BEST TIME TO GO: April to October
JOURNEY TIME: 15 hours (indirect)
“A very big thank you for the unforgettable adventure. To call it simply a holiday does not convey the awe, drama and remoteness of the amazing places we travelled through and visited. And with the worry taken out, because of the detailed arrangements you made and the brilliant guides and drivers who supported us every inch of the way.”Mick and Trish Penny, South Korea, China, Tibet, Nepal, May 2019
“Could I please pass on my thanks to my excellent guides both in Kathmandu and Lhasa. I took a great food tour in Kathmandu which involved nipping around the back streets on Vespa scooters! The food was great. I had lassi, samosas, sweet Tibetan food, water buffalo Mo Mo (dumplings) and traditional Newali food. The Mo Mo were out of this world, I loved them, could eat them all day!
Bring on Mustang next year! I spoke to many guides who had been there, it sounds brilliant.”
Ian Stubbs, Nepal and Tibet, September/October 2017
“Far Frontiers Travel really does offer a tailor-made service. We contact Fiona with a list of what we want to do and see, and she somehow makes it all work. Nothing is ever a problem, and she always creates the itinerary that is exactly what we want. Considering we like to travel independently and really experience the culture of the destination, that is no mean feat.”
Chris and Jean Betts, Nepal and Tibet