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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...
How to Find the Best Bargain Air Tickets to Tibet

How to Find the Best Bargain Air Tickets to Tibet

A trip to the roof of the world is one of the most amazing adventures in Asia, and with flights to Tibet taking from as little as 90 minutes to reach the capital’s Gonggar International Airport, flying is the fastest way to get to Lhasa and your Tibetan experience. For travelers with limited time on...
Tibet Travel Advice

Tibet Travel Advice

Travel to Tibet is one of the most amazing journeys you can make in your lifetime. Tibet the land of snow, lying on the high-altitude Qinghai Tibet Plateau. This mystical and mysterious land, which had been isolated for centuries from the outside world. It has become a Mecca for tourists from all over the world....
How to avoid Altitude sickness

How to avoid Altitude sickness

Altitude sickness is one of the most irritating problems of traveling to the high altitudes of the Tibetan plateau. For many people, arriving in Lhasa often means feeling the symptoms of altitude sickness, from the mildest symptom of a headache to nausea, dizziness, and sleepless nights that can happen. Altitude Sickness is actually a milder...
Tibet Travel Tips by Local Tibetan Tour Company - Explore Tibet

Tibet Travel Tips by Local Tibetan Tour Company – Explore Tibet

Over the centuries, Tibet undoubtedly developed a unique travel destination in Asia. Roof of the world, bastion of Mahayana Buddhism and custodian of a sophisticated literary heritage which proudly rivals those of India and China, the land – locked Tibetan plateau is as vast as Western Europe yet sparsely populated. Modern Tibet has many attractions...
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