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2018 Summer Festivals in Tibet

2018 Summer Festivals in Tibet

Summer in Tibet is traditionally the time of the festivals and there are more festivals held in the summer months than at any other time of the year. As the monsoon rains start to fall on the plateau, the people get ready for the festivals, airing out their best clothes and preparing for the fun...
The Neighbors of Tibet and Borders to Enter Tibet

The Neighbors of Tibet and Borders to Enter Tibet

While Tibet is well known as the home of the Himalayas, there are also other countries in Asia that have parts of the Himalayan Mountain Ranges running through them. All of these countries border with Tibet Autonomous Region of China, although very few have access to enter Tibet through the borders. Nepal is the only international...
Traveling to Tibet in Summer

Traveling to Tibet in Summer

Summer in Tibet is a special time of year. Not only for the peak tourism season in the region, but it is the best time for the local Tibetans.  It can be seen at its absolute best. Already a land of stunning landscapes and breathtaking scenery, Tibet has a richer look to it during the...
The Life of the Tibetan Nomads

The Life of the Tibetan Nomads

Once upon a time, high on the Tibetan plateau, nomads roamed the lands with their herds of yaks, drifting across the vast landscape with no specific place to call their home. Traveling from one grazing land to the next, these ancient herders lived as nomads on the plateau, setting up camp wherever there was lush...
When is the best time to visit Tibet?

When is the best time to visit Tibet?

Set on a high-altitude plateau, and among tall mountains, Tibet is one of the new wonders of the modern tourist world. And once the harshness of winter is over, it is a great place to visit around Tibet. Whether you want to trek the slopes of the mountains or visit the base-camp used by the...
The Highest Mountains in Tibet, China

The Highest Mountains in Tibet, China

Tibet is filled with mountains, from the most famous in the world to the most sacred, and all are stunning sights for the eye to behold. Mount Everest towers above the rest of the massive Himalayas like a big brother standing guard over smaller siblings. Everest is not the only high mountain that resides partially...
Unique Features of a Tibet tour

Unique Features of a Tibet tour

Touring in Tibet is a unique experience in many ways. From the highest mountains in the world to the massive open prairies filled with wild endangered animals, the stunning lakes, and rivers that cover the region. No matter where in Tibet you travel, there are experiences that will leave you breathless. Tibet is also unique...
Why the Everest Base Camp Tours in Tibet Better Than from Nepal | Explore Tibet

Why the Everest Base Camp Tours in Tibet Better Than from Nepal | Explore Tibet

The North Everest Base Camp in Tibet is one of the most popular destinations for travelers, and every year thousands of tourists head for the land at the roof of the world to visit this massive peak. The highest mountain in the world, Mount Everest is a huge draw for tourists to the region and...
The Saga Dawa Festival at Mount Kailash

The Saga Dawa Festival at Mount Kailash

Held in Tibet every year, the Saga Dawa festival is one of the four major Buddhist festivals of the year, and occurs on the 15th day of the fourth month in the Tibetan lunar calendar. An important festival for both Buddhists and Hindus, it celebrates the birth, enlightenment, and death of the Buddha Sakyamuni, who...
Misconceptions about the Tibet tour from Kathmandu

Misconceptions about the Tibet tour from Kathmandu

For anyone planning a trip to Tibet from Kathmandu, there are certain things to remember before traveling. While there is much information about traveling to Tibet available, some of it is not the best advice, and there are many mistakes that are made by people who intend to travel from Kathmandu to Tibet, which could...
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