Tibet motorcycle tours

Tibet is arguably one of the most mysterious and beautiful places in the world. Our exclusive motorcycle tour offers you the opportunity to ride through stunning Tibetan landscapes while enjoying views of iconic landmarks such as Lakes Yamdrok and Namtso as well as Mr. Everest. This journey is further enhanced by visits to some of Tibet's most revered Buddhist locations including Jokhang Temple and Sera Monastery in Lhasa. Your Tibetan adventure is sure to be a remarkable experience that will stay with you for years to come.

Next tour

September 7 to 16, 2020

2020/09/07 01:00:00

Following tour

April 16 to 25, 2021

2021/04/16 01:00:00

The tour is also available for private groups of 5 to 10 riders upon request.




Famous Atractions

Visit the best of Tibet including the Potala Palace and The Mount Everest.

Expert Tour Leaders

Professional Bilingual Tour Leaders from MotoDreamer with expert local knowledge and training.

Safety First

Everything we do is based on safety first. Destinations, routes, bikes and partners.

Hi, this is Mike from MotoDreamer. Me and my professional international team have been running Motorcycle Tours in South America for over 10 years as Motolombia Tours and Rentals. is our new international venture and I’m proud to present Tibet in our program of extraordinary global destinations under the name Mototibet. Our international tours will be organized and led with the same passion and professionalism that has made Motolombia a success throughout the last decade.

Mike ThomsenMotolombia Founder


Tour Pricing

The perfect 10-day vacation plan for you

BMW F750GS$4,199 USD

  • Rider on BMW F750GS
  • Shared room
  • + Single room: $499 USD
  • + Passenger: $1,999 USD

BMW F800GS$4,199 USD

  • Rider on BMW F800GS
  • Shared room
  • + Single room: $499 USD
  • + Passenger: $1,999 USD

BMW R1200GS$4,699 USD

  • Rider on BMW R1200GS
  • Shared room
  • + Single room: $499 USD
  • + Passenger: $1,999 USD

What's included and not


  • Accommodation as indicated in the itinerary in shared room (9 nights).
  • Daily breakfast.
  • All monastery and scenic entrance fees as per itinerary.
  • Motorcycle (different models available).
  • Chase vehicle for luggage and passengers.
  • All necessary permits.
  • Tour guide fee and travel agency service charge.
  • Travel accident insurance (coverage duration of the tour, including arrival and return dates).
  • Motor vehicle insurance (coverage all riding days, including the pick-up and return of the motorcycle).
  • A professional tour leader on motorcycle.
  • Transfers to/from in Lhasa airport.

NOT Included

  • Meals other than breakfast.
  • Flights to and from Tibet.
  • Gratuities (tips) for guides and drivers.
  • Fuel.
  • Personal expenses such as snacks, beverages, laundry, telephone calls, etc.
  • Any expenses not mentioned as included.
  • Scanned copy of the current and valid motorcycle license from your country.
  • Scanned copy of your passport and tourist visa. (If you work in China, you need to provide work visa and on-the-job certification.)
  • Participants must be over 21 years of age, in good health and must bear a Tibet Entry Permit (We will help get this).
  • A motorcycle license from the People’s Republic of China is required to rent and ride motorcycles in Tibet (We will help get this). Riders must be between 21 and 70 years of age to obtain the motorcycle license.
  • Riders between 60 and 70 years old must bring health certificate from doctor to obtain local motorcycle license.
  • Please wear a helmet conforming to DOT international standards, protective riding gear, riding gloves, riding boots, etc.. (For cold weather)
  • Passengers on the motorcycle are only allowed with a signed document taking full responsibility holding the rental company free of liability.



Itinerary may change without further notice due to weather, road- or any other condition that the operator or its guides feel will jeopardize the safety of the group or material..


Famous Attractions

Best of Tibet

Here is list of some of the best places that we will visit on the tour.


Potala Palace

The Potala palace in Lhasa. Tibet is located on what is called the red [...]


Barkhor Street

Located in the heart of Lhasa, Barkhor Street is an ancient route used to [...]


Jokhang Temple

The okhan Temple, wich means “House of the Lord”, is the most sacred Buddhis [...]


Yamdrok Lake

Located approximately 105 Km from Lhasa on the read to Shigatse, Yamdrok Lake is [...]


Mount Everest

Mount Everest, which literally means “the top or the head of the sky,” is [...]


Namtso Lake

On Nov. 14, 2005, Namtso Lake was one of the most beutiful lakes in [...]


Please read carefully

About the tour:

  • Environment: Tibet is culturally and spiritually rich and it possesses unparalleled natural beauty. Its ancient cultures can still be felt and seen throughout the plateau given that many regions within Tibet remain undeveloped. As much, hotels accommodation are moderate, water can be scarce at times and electricity is not always reliable and/or available in all areas. This tour has been designed to offer a variety of natural and cultural highlights that provide an amazing travel experience. The demanding itinerary calls for long distances on challenging road conditions. Thus, participants must possess an intermediate to advance skill level.
  • Health concerns: Due to Tibet’s high altitude, participants are encouraged to obtain a comprehensive physical examination as well as get plenty of rest and sleep prior to traveling to Tibet. Abstaining from tobacco and alcohol use is also recommended before the commencement of trip in order to prevent upper respiratory infections.
  • Items of daily use: personal First Aid items are recommended such as sun screen lip sun screen, lip balm, antiseptic cream, anti-diarrhea medicine and broad spectrum antibiotics (participants must contact their doctor). Given that temperatures can range greatly from morning to evening, long-sleeve clothes a wool sweater, and jacket are recommended in addition to sunglasses and sun hat.
  • Road conditions: Landslides as well as rock and mud slides occur from time to time during Tibet’s rainy season. A full or partial refund will not be issued should the itinerary be interrupted by weather conditions or natural disasters.
  • Culture: Participants are expected to be mindful and respectful of the local culture and traditions. Participants must walk clockwise when visiting temples, chapels, pagodas and similar structures. When in doubt, please consult your guide prior to engaging in a culturally or spiritually sensitive activity.
  • Safety issues: Tibet is considered a safe place with friendly inhabitants; however, it is recommended that participants are aware of their surroundings and guard their valuables. Exploring areas in pairs or as a group is advisable to avoid unforeseen dangers.

Participants with any of the following conditions, you should not travel to a high altitude area of more than 3,000 meters:

  • Heart disease, arrhythmia, stage II hypertension, blood disease, cerebrovascular disease or if  the resting heart rate is significantly above 110 beats per minute.
  • Chronic respiratory disease, moderate or severe obstructive pulmonary disease such as bronchial asthma, bronchiectasis, emphysema, active tuberculosis or pneumoconiosis.
  • Uncontrolled diabetes, epilepsy or schizophrenia.
  • Severe cold and upper respiratory tract infection, body temperature above 38 degrees Celsius or below 35 degrees Celsius.
  • Patients who have been diagnosed with high altitude pulmonary edema, high altitude cerebral edema, high altitude hypertension, high altitude heart disease and high altitude polycythemia.

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