Tibet

Tibet or Tibet Autonomous Region of China is located on the Tibetan plateau. It’s is also known as the roof of the world because of its geographic proximity. It is the highest region in the world with an average elevation of 4,900 meters.

The desert like landscape and harsh weather condition makes Tibet mostly inhabitable, however, the local tribesmen have survived for millennials in the same condition, therefore, giving birth to their unique culture, lifestyle and art.

Lhasa, also known as the forbidden city, is a prime destination in Tibet. The popular Potala Palace and Norbulingka Palace is located in Lhasa. Even though, it has been more than 50 years since the last Dalai Lama fled the region, you can still find the art and architecture resembling the past of Tibet.

You can choose to trek or tour around many tourist destinations in Tibet. A visa/permit is a must for the foreigners which can be obtained through the Chinese embassy. To ease off the hassle, you can choose to go to Tibet through Nepal. It’s easier to obtain the permit in Nepal. Be wary of the local weather to plan your travel ahead.

Tibet Travel Seasons


Yalung Tsangpo river

Tibet Overview Tour – 8 Days

Tibet or Tibet Autonomous Region of China is located on the Tibetan plateau. It’s is also known as the Roof of the World because of its geographic proximity. It is the highest region in the world with an average elevation of 4,900 meters. The desert like landscape and harsh weather condition makes Tibet mostly inhabitable; […]

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Lhasa Overview Tour – 7 Days

Lhasa, also known as the Forbidden City, is the center of Tibet. A former place of Dalai Lama and the highest official seat was once barred from the foreigners. Today, it is a popular tourist getaway in the entire Tibet. Situated above 3,000 meters, Lhasa and the surrounding places are entirely semi-arid. It includes almost every tourist […]

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