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Can Tourists Visit Tibet?

Can Tourists Visit Tibet?

One of the most asked questions on the Tibet forums and travel sites is “Can I visit Tibet?” The simple answer is “Yes”, and it is surprisingly easy to arrange a trip to Tibet. Despite what you may read in news media around the world. Tibet has been a major tourist destination in Asia for...
How to Plan The Mount Everest Base Camp Tour

How to Plan The Mount Everest Base Camp Tour

The highest mountain peak on the planet, Mount Everest sits a massive 8,848 meters (29,029 feet) and is one of the most visited locations on the Tibetan plateau. Sitting on the border between Nepal and China’s Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR), this huge mountain can be visited from either side and has base camps both in...
Summer in Tibet – The Peak Season for Tibetan Tourism

Summer in Tibet – The Peak Season for Tibetan Tourism

As the summer months slowly roll around in Tibet, the peak season for Tibetan tourism opens up and the plateau region gets ready for another busy period. An ancient land that lies on the world’s highest plateau, Tibet has only recently seen an increase in its tourism numbers from international travelers, and with yet another...
The Best Way to Travel to Tibet

The Best Way to Travel to Tibet

Sitting on the high-altitude Qinghai Tibet Plateau the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) is one of the most spectacular tourist destinations in Asia. An ancient and spiritual land, Tibet is a place of Buddhist monasteries, high snow-covered mountains, and stunning crystal-clear lakes. The best way to travel to Tibet is depending on individual preference. As one...
Tips for Safe Travel in Tibet

Tips for Safe Travel in Tibet

Lying on its high altitude plateau at more than 4,000 meters (13,123 feet) above sea level, the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) is an amazing place to visit, filled with ancient monasteries and temples, high Himalayan mountains, beautiful crystal-clear lakes, and vast open prairies filled with wild yaks and Tibetan antelopes. Tibet is unlike any place...
How to Find the Best Bargain Air Tickets to Tibet

How to Find the Best Bargain Air Tickets to Tibet

A trip to the roof of the world is one of the most amazing adventures in Asia, and with flights to Tibet taking from as little as 90 minutes to reach the capital’s Gonggar International Airport, flying is the fastest way to get to Lhasa and your Tibetan experience. For travelers with limited time on...
Lake Rakshastal – The Ghost Lake of Tibet

Lake Rakshastal – The Ghost Lake of Tibet

Far out in the west of Tibet, in Burang County of Ngari Prefecture, lie two lakes, side by side. While one is renowned as a sacred lake conceived in the mind of Lord Shiva, the other is said to have been created by Ravana after being granted his wish by Lord Shiva. Lake Manasarovar and...
Where to Stay on a Lhasa to Everest Base Camp Tour

Where to Stay on a Lhasa to Everest Base Camp Tour

Hotel facilities in Tibet are not as good as in other countries, and the further west you head, the lower the quality of accommodation becomes. While you can easily find four and five-star hotels in cities like Lhasa and Shigatse, once you head out into the hinterlands of the plateau, accommodation is mostly hostels and...
Top selling Tibet tours in 2019

Top selling Tibet tours in 2019

Tibet is one of the most outstanding tourist destinations in the world. Lying on the high-altitude Qinghai Tibet Plateau, the highest plateau in the world, this unique region is a land of high mountains and lush deep valleys, of huge sacred lakes and holy monasteries, and of ancient Buddhist temples and devout Buddhist people. A...
How to Customize Tibet Tours 2019

How to Customize Tibet Tours 2019

Ever since Tibet was finally opened up to foreign tourists and travelers in 1985, it has been the dream of thousands of people around the world to travel to this high-altitude land of massive mountains and devout Buddhism. Traveling on private and small group tours to this Land of Snows has become a popular means...
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