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The Tibet Repa Dance

The Tibet Repa Dance

When you visit Tibet, you wouldn’t be too surprised if you see Tibetans singing and dancing at anytime and any events, especially for some festivals, such as weddings, gatherings and even their leisure time.Explore Tibet Team, a professional Tibet travel agency, today introduces the Tibet Repa dance for you. The Repa Dance is from the Chamdo and Kongpo regions and the Tibetan-inhabited areas of Sichuan and Yunnan province. The Repa Dance is also called Oriental Gypsy dance. In the past, the purpose...
How to Start a Tibet Tour Plan and Obtain the Tibet Travel Permit in 2020

How to Start a Tibet Tour Plan and Obtain the Tibet Travel Permit in 2020

Though Tibet is well known for its stunning landscapes and the enriching culture, but due to its geographical distinctiveness and restrictive formalities, so it is fairly important to have the up-to-date Tibet travel information while you plan a tour to Tibet. According to years of working experiences, Explore Tibet Team provide firsthand Tibet travel information and...
Tibet Travel Experience

Tibet Travel Experience

Traveling to the Tibet Autonomous Region, the part of China that lies on the world’s highest plateau, is an amazing experience of high mountains, unique culture, strange landscapes, and ancient Buddhist beliefs. Touring on the Tibetan plateau is an experience unlike any other in the world. Sitting on the Roof of the World, this vast...
Tibet Travel News: Reopening of Tibet Tourist attractions in Tibet

Tibet Travel News: Reopening of Tibet Tourist attractions in Tibet

On the morning of the 30th, the reporter learned from the press conference of the municipal government that from May 1, 2020, 20 natural A-level tourist attractions, such as the Saga Ancient City Scenic Area and the Mount Everest Nature Reserve in Dingri County. In Shigatse, some scenic areas are not open for the time...
What to Pack for a Tibet Tour

What to Pack for a Tibet Tour

Packing for a trip to Tibet is a lot more important than many people think. You need to ensure that you have the appropriate clothing and gear for the time of year you are traveling, as well as for where you are going. The climate of the plateau varies greatly, so here is a basic...
Top Places to Travel in Tibet in 2020

Top Places to Travel in Tibet in 2020

As we begin the new year of 2020, it is time to look at what we are expecting to be the top tourist hotspots of the year in Tibet. While more of the plateau region of Tibet is being explored by tourists every year, we still believe that the top three tourist destinations for 2020...
The Best Short Treks in Tibet

The Best Short Treks in Tibet

There are lots of treks you can take in Tibet, from the hike to Mount Everest to the short strolls around the Lhasa foothills and the hermitage sites of the Tibetan capital. For someone who wants to experience trekking at high altitudes, but wants a nice short trek, there are some amazing treks that run...
Why travel from Xining to Lhasa for your Tibet Tour?

Why travel from Xining to Lhasa for your Tibet Tour?

Traveling by train from China to Tibet is one of the most amazing journeys in Asia, and is an adventure that makes your tour of Tibet even better. Not only do you get to relax while the train steams along on its long journey up to the Tibetan capital, but you get to see some...
Trains to Tibet from Seven Gateway Cities

Trains to Tibet from Seven Gateway Cities

There are seven gateway stations to Tibet, as well as the added option of certain passengers being able to board at Xi’an in the low season for tourism. Train to Tibet is the best way to travel to Tibet. The options for rail travel to the high altitude Tibetan plateau and the Tibet Autonomous Region...
Lhasa to Kathmandu Overland: an Experience of a Lifetime with Explore Tibet

Lhasa to Kathmandu Overland: an Experience of a Lifetime with Explore Tibet

I and my wife Kit Yeng are a couple of travel writer and photographer based in Penang, Malaysia. We had desired to visit Tibet for a long time, but a mix of red tape, bad timing, and not so approachable agents made us continuing to postpone our trip. In the end, as soon as we...
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