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Summer in Tibet – The Peak Season for Tibetan Tourism

Summer in Tibet – The Peak Season for Tibetan Tourism

As the summer months slowly roll around in Tibet, the peak season for Tibetan tourism opens up and the plateau region gets ready for another busy period. An ancient land that lies on the world’s highest plateau, Tibet has only recently seen an increase in its tourism numbers from international travelers, and with yet another...
Tips for Safe Travel in Tibet

Tips for Safe Travel in Tibet

Lying on its high altitude plateau at more than 4,000 meters (13,123 feet) above sea level, the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) is an amazing place to visit, filled with ancient monasteries and temples, high Himalayan mountains, beautiful crystal-clear lakes, and vast open prairies filled with wild yaks and Tibetan antelopes. Tibet is unlike any place...
Is Drinking Water Safe in Tibet?

Is Drinking Water Safe in Tibet?

Traveling to Tibet is an amazing experience, with the high mountains and the stunning lakes. Tibet is known for being the major water source for billions of people throughout Asia, and with six of Asia’s longest rivers originating on the high-altitude plateau, drinking water in Tibet is never really much of a problem. Aside from...
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