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9 Important Tips for Travel Tibet With Small Kids | Explore Tibet

9 Important Tips for Travel Tibet With Small Kids | Explore Tibet

Some people don’t recommend bring Children to travel to Tibet because of the climate and generally harsher conditions in Tibet may not be ideal for young children. Besides, kids are usually getting more tired during the journey, and the constant complaining about being uncomfortable will affect your tour experiences. Traveling with small children to Tibet...
Tibet Overland Group Tour to Nepal via Gyirong Border | Explore Tibet

Tibet Overland Group Tour to Nepal via Gyirong Border | Explore Tibet

Tibet Overland group tours from Lhasa to Kathmandu have always been a popular option for travelers to Tibet. With the re-opening of the border crossing between Nepal and Tibet, at Gyirong Port, tours are once again available for travelers wishing to tour overland in Tibet, and end by going on to Nepal, across the border....
7 Must Eat Dishes in Tibet

7 Must Eat Dishes in Tibet

1. Momos These meat-filled steamed buns are ubiquitous in Tibet and a trip to the plateau would be incomplete without trying one. In shape and form they’re akin to the Chinese baozi but bear several delicious differences. The skin, made from white flour and water, is slightly thicker than Chinese dumplings and has a more...
6 Days Cultural Excursion – Tibet Tour Itinerary

6 Days Cultural Excursion – Tibet Tour Itinerary

This special Tibet tour itinerary is what you call ‘short and sweet’ experience in Tibet, 6 Days Cultural Excursion takes you through all the sites that make Lhasa a forbidden city. Your trip in Tibet won’t just stop at awe-inspiring sceneries, it takes you close up to daily Tibetan lives, traditions and cultures of Tibet....
Nethang Dolma Lhakhang – Tibet Travel Information

Nethang Dolma Lhakhang – Tibet Travel Information

When you are travelling in Tibet, there are more to it than what your Tibet tour itinerary mentions (unless of course if you are planning multiple trips to Tibet). But if you are doing a one-time Tibet trip, you’d rather explore as many sites as you can on your own. All the smaller sites are...
3 Days Mt. Kailash Kora – Day 2 - Tibet Trekking

3 Days Mt. Kailash Kora – Day 2 – Tibet Trekking

As your Tibet tour goes on the Kailash kora from Dirapuk to Zutulpuk Monastery, the second day is going to be rather a hard one, it is the hardest one actually. It goes through the highest altitude of the 3 days trek around Mt. Kailash. The second day is going to be a shorter 18...
Tibet Train Departures Cancelled due to Weather Conditions in Mainland

Tibet Train Departures Cancelled due to Weather Conditions in Mainland

Current weather conditions in mainland China is having a serious impact on its citizens’ lives and their works. A series of floods and landslides have hit many parts of the mainland in the last couple of months due to heavy rainfall affecting some 8.6 million people. Even if the weather conditions in Tibet is heavenlier...
FAQs About Mt. Kailash Tour

FAQs About Mt. Kailash Tour

To enlighten you a few bits about Mt. Kailash, not only the peak is the holiest pilgrimage site for Buddhists, Hindus, Jains and Bons, but it also attracts quite a crowd of tourists of others beliefs on non-religious purposes. It is the prime site in the west Tibet, but most of our clients don’t take...
Tibet Group Visa

Tibet Group Visa

Are you taking the start to your Tibet tour in Nepal? It doesn’t matter if you are entering Tibet from Nepal by land or air, if you are entering from Nepal, you don’t have to apply for Tibet Travel Permit or Chinese Visa separately like the travellers entering Tibet from mainland China. Only Tibet group...
Simple FAQs about Everest Base Camp

Simple FAQs about Everest Base Camp

Q: How high is the Mt. Everest? A: Mt. Everest is at the elevation of 8,848 m above sea level (doesn’t seem much but yes, it is the highest peak in the world.) Q: Where is Mt. Everest located? A: In general, it’s on the border of Tibet and Nepal, and to be more accurate,...
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