Tibet is the most unusual and beautiful place. The majority of its land rests above 4000 meters (13,000 feet) and is surrounded by mountain ranges on three sides. The awe-inspiring Himalayas are the highest in the world, as is the never-ending Tibetan plateau. It is a place for the rugged adventurer as well as the spiritual wanderer.
Tibet is a land held back in time, housing many secrets. Nomads remain much the same as they did one hundred years ago. Roaming the plateau from winter and summer camps the nomads still mainly subsist from their yak herds. Then, there are the monasteries which are striving to find a place in a country that’s suddenly facing the 21st century. The Tibetan people and their religion have been inseparable. Even in their earliest myths one finds references to Tibetan religious beliefs. Originally, the Bon religion dominated Tibet. After the introduction of Buddhist statues and later, Sanskrit documents from India, Buddhism crept increasingly into Tibetan culture. Tibetan Buddhism is the culmination of some early Bon beliefs, Indian Buddhist texts and several great lamas. Buddhism and politics had been interwoven since King Songsten Gampo married a Chinese and a Nepali princess, who were both integral in the emergence of Buddhism. It was the Fifth Dalai Lama who actually built the Potala Palace as the government seat and religious centre. A theocracy had prevailed until 1951.
After centuries of virtual isolation, Tibet is cautiously opening up to the western world. Officially, China has only opened the doors for travellers these past few years. A visit to Tibet is an incredible experience, although it is not for the faint-hearted. Travelling in Tibet is not your average trip but an experience of a lifetime, which we invite you to take with us.
Tibet is widely known as ‘ The Roof of the World ‘. A magical and mysterious land, located at the South-West part of Qinghai-Tibet plateau. Tibet can be roughly divided into three regions: Himalaya Mountain Areas, Eastern Tibet High Mountain Valley and The South Tibet Valley. Tibet’s infrastructure has developed rapidly with significant progress on sectors of transportation, energy, satellite communication stations and modern agriculture. A region-wide highway that connects to Lhasa has been built for accessibility which also generates an essential impact on Tibet’s Economy. More than 30 million tourists visit the Tibet in 2018 alone and it also hotspot place for foreign tourist.
Tibet is one of the rapid growth rate provinces in China. Last 40 years, Tibet average growth rate is above 10%.
7 Night 8 Days Tibet Tour
7 Night 8 Days Tibet Tour is best short tour of Tibet. In this period, you can see the all famous monasteries, palace, cultural heritage site including Potala Palace, Gyantse Monastery, Tashilhunpo Monastery, Jokhang Temple, Sera Monastery.
Everest Base Camp Trekking (Tibetan Side)
Everest Base Camp Trekking (Tibetan Side) is tour is perfect with cultural, spiritual and adventure trip in Tibet. In this trip, visiting the Potala Palace, Gyantse Monastery and also Rongbuk Monastery, which is located in north side of Everest Base Camp in Tibet. It is the best tour you ever got.