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How to Actually Overcome Altitude Sickness in Tibet

With an average altitude of 4,500 m (14,800 ft), getting Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) on the Tibetan Plateau is not a question of “if” but rather a question of “when.” The general consensus in preventing AMS is to ascend slowly to allow your body to adapt to the decreasing oxygen in the atmosphere. But with...
Mt. Everest and Mt. Kailash: The Most Spectacular vs. The Most Spiritual

Mt. Everest and Mt. Kailash: The Most Spectacular vs. The Most Spiritual

Mt. Everest might claim the title of the world’s tallest mountain, but Mt. Kailash is undoubtedly Tibet’s holiest mountain. People from all over the world ascend 5000 meters to Everest Base Camp just to get an unobstructed view of the world’s tallest mountain. While others journey to the far west to complete the 51 km circuit around Mt....
Everest Adventures – Explore Tibet

Everest Adventures – Explore Tibet

Mt. Everest used to be only the dream of many travellers, put on the favourite destinations’ list and left unachieved. Now, that dream is only a Tibet tour away from being fulfilled just around Shegar in Tibet. Although Nepal has its own share of the peak, and you can skip the whole Tibet tour nonsense...
Majesty Snowed Capped Mountain Of Tibet-Everest-Tibet.

Majesty Snowed Capped Mountain Of Tibet-Everest-Tibet.

If you are a lover of adventure then the Mount Everest is one of the most desiring tour destination for the mountaineers and trekkers all around the world. We can called it “Roof of the world”. Mount Everest is about 8,844 m from the sea level with snow capped mountains throughout of the year. You...
Daklha Gampo Monastery-Tibet.

Daklha Gampo Monastery-Tibet.

A young man Gampopa or Dakpo Lhaje (1079-1153) was trained as a doctor. His young wife died when he was twenty causing him to reflect deeply on the purpose of human life. Six years later he was ordained as a monk in the Kadampa tradition of Atish and devoted himself to the study of Buddhism....
Tsedang-Explore Tibet.

Tsedang-Explore Tibet.

Tsethang is the fourth largest city in Tibet and is located in the Yarlung valley,183 Km southeast of Lhasa. Tsedang has been the capital of the Yarlung region since antiquity and was the seat of the ancient emperors of Tibet and, as such, a place of great importance. In the 19th century, it is said to...
Garu La Nunnery-Tibet.

Garu La Nunnery-Tibet.

This recent reconstructed nunnery is situated on a low crest to the north of the northernmost ramparts of the wall surrounding the monastic complex of Gyantse. It is reached by driving out of the old town, going around the castle,then swinging back toward the monastic complex. The ruins of a nunnery called Rinchen Khang,dating back...
Listen To The Nature & Its Mesmerizing-Explore Tibet.

Listen To The Nature & Its Mesmerizing-Explore Tibet.

As i listen, i could hear the chirping sounds of birds in the open air, the wild wind is blowing in a gentle motion and it make me feel as i am listening to the conversation of the nature in their own language. No honing sounds of noisy cars and people,just nature. The way they...
8 Days EBC Exploration-Most Popular Tour In Tibet.

8 Days EBC Exploration-Most Popular Tour In Tibet.

This Tibet tour is one of the most popular adventure tours in the world as its visitors cross the mighty Himalayas and view the panorama of the world’s highest peaks. Upon your arrival to the holy city of Lhasa, you will be greeted by the lovely blue sky and impressive glimpses of many monasteries. We will spend...
Tibet Mt.Everest Base Camp Would Reopen From July 1st, 2015

Tibet Mt.Everest Base Camp Would Reopen From July 1st, 2015

Tibet Mt.Everest Base Camp was closed for whole month of June after the Nepal earthquake, at the same the road from the main road on the friendship highway to EBC was reconstructing since from last year, therefore by concerning the safety issue, EBC was closed for both foreign traveler as well as Chinese tourist. According...
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