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Four Steps to getting your Tibet Visa from Nepal

Four Steps to getting your Tibet Visa from Nepal

While the majority of visitors to Tibet apply to enter the region from China, it is also possible to enter through Nepal, from Kathmandu, the Nepalese capital. Visitors who want to enter from Nepal have different requirements for visas and permits, although the rules on traveling independently in Tibet are still the same. All travelers...
Taking a Tibet Tour with Kids

Taking a Tibet Tour with Kids

Tibet is a popular destination for travel in Asia, and offer some of the most interesting and exciting locations in the world. From the massive heights of Mount Everest Base Camp and the delights of the Potala Palace to the stunning Karola Glacier and the shimmering beauty of the holy Lake Yamdrok, there is more...
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...
Mind Your Itineraries – Explore Tibet

Mind Your Itineraries – Explore Tibet

  If it’s the journey that defines your travel, and not your destinations, your itinerary is what defines your journey. If your itinerary isn’t prepared or given the proper attention, both your journey and destinations are bound southward. Now, itineraries to travel Tibet can be a bit tricky, unlike like the other travel destinations, in...
Tourism Business In Tibet.

Tourism Business In Tibet.

Tourism is a process of traveling of people from their own usual environment to other places for business purpose,Leisure or enjoyment. Less than one year in terms of duration. Tourism is a dynamic and challenging industry where it needs to adopt with consistently changing needs and wishes of tourists.Tourism is a very challenging field where...
Tso Ngopo-Blue Sea-Tibet.

Tso Ngopo-Blue Sea-Tibet.

Tso Ngonpo is literally called as Blue Lake and one of the most sacred and holy lake in Tibet. Thousands of devotees visit this lake every year. Tso Ngonpo is located in the Qinghai region of Amdo.  Mongolian called it Kokonor and equally worship by the Mongolian.Tibetan people often circumambulate the lake on foot and it...
Rechung Puk

Rechung Puk

One of  Milarepa’s foremost disciples was a yogi named Rechungpa(1083-1161) He was eleven years old when he met milarepa and spent many years practicing under his guidance. He traveled twice to India,where he also studied extensively with Indian teachers. In contrast to Milarepa’s other main disciple,the scholar-monk Gampopa,Rechungpa was a lay yogi. Rechung Puk (Rechung’s...
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