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Tibet Winter Tours Give More Insight Into the Tibetan Culture | Explore Tibet

Tibet Winter Tours Give More Insight Into the Tibetan Culture | Explore Tibet

Most tourists to Tibet visit in the high season, from May to October, when the temperatures are warmer and the landscape is green and healthy, with lush prairies and verdant forests. However, winter is one of the best times to take a trip to Tibet, and it is not as cold as you might think....
Winter is Coming – Tibet Travel Information

Winter is Coming – Tibet Travel Information

Now that the summer is fading slowly into chillier nights and not very convincingly warm days, the life that was rather active and happier filled with family picnics and colleague gatherings in the warm summer is slowing down, people are starting to settle themselves cozily in their homes in the evenings and tuck in whatever...
Altitude in Tibet – Tibet Travel Information

Altitude in Tibet – Tibet Travel Information

Tibet getting the title ‘Roof of the World’ has brought some spotlight onto the isolated, the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau is known as the highest plateau on earth with an average altitude of 4500 m, the area is therefore known as ‘the Roof of the World’. The region in Tibet at the lowest altitude is Pomi (a...
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...
Current Weather Condition in Lhasa

Current Weather Condition in Lhasa

The weather in Tibet has always been a unique task for Tibet travellers, mostly for the altitude and for its dryness and the lack of humidity. As much as there is some beauty and a feeling of being alive to travelling Tibet, it can also be a bit rough about the weather conditions. But recently,...
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