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2021 Everest Base Camp Tour in Tibet

2021 Everest Base Camp Tour in Tibet

Some rumors are separating on social media that Mount Everest Base camp in Tibet closed for tourists due to the COVID wave in Nepal, but it’s all false information. The tourists can visit Everest Base Camp in Tibet. The government took the initiation of an Eco-friendly tour in which no private vehicles are allowed to...
Things that need for Tibet travel 2021

Things that need for Tibet travel 2021

Due to the Covid crisis worldwide and no exception in Tibet. Some things need for Tibet travel in 2021. Even though Tibet is the least affected area in China, those who want to travel to Tibet need some requirements, and without that, you won’t be able to enter Tibet. Permit requirement As usual, independent travelers...
Gyantse: Ancient Commercial Street For Tibetan

Gyantse: Ancient Commercial Street For Tibetan

GYANTSE  Between the 14th and 15th centuries, Gyantse emerged as the center of a fiefdom with powerful connections to the Sakyapa order. By 1440 Gyantse’s most impressive architectural achievements- The Kumbum and the Dzong had been completed. Pelkor Chode Monastery also dates from this period. Gyantse’s historical importance declined from the end of the 15th...
BREAKING NEWS: Tibet is reopened for foreigners!

BREAKING NEWS: Tibet is reopened for foreigners!

Great news for all the foreigners who live in China. Finally, Tibet is reopened. We had so many travelers asking about Tibet trips since last year. Now it’s time to book your flights and join our Tibet group tours with different options. Here are the three conditions that you need to require. Residence proof: You...
Lhamo La-Tso – The Oracle Lake

Lhamo La-Tso – The Oracle Lake

Hidden away in the mountains of eastern Lhasa-Tsetang is Lhamo La-Tso, the oracle lake of Gyelmo Makzorma, the wrathful face of the deity Palden Lhamo. It is one of the most sacred lakes in U-Tsang among hundreds of lakes. The Dalai Lamas traditionally visit the lake to seek visions and guidance from the deity; the...
How to travel to Tibet from Xining

How to travel to Tibet from Xining

Xining city is the capital city of Qinghai province. It has a history of over 2000years. Xining is the gateway to travel between Tibet and the Gansu Province. Once, it was the commercial hub on the Hexi Corridor caravan route to Tibet. The timbers, wools, and salt were the main commercial products the trade in...
Samye Monastery – Tibet Attractions

Samye Monastery – Tibet Attractions

Most of the Tibet attractions are obviously related to Tibetan Buddhism. Even the wildest of natural scenic spots have religious explanations. Tibetan people basically live a life built upon sheer yet the strongest bond of faith and compassion. And Samye monastery tells the history of Tibetan Buddhism like a great-great-grandma. Built-in, the 8th century by Trisong...
Sakya Monastery in Tibet

Sakya Monastery in Tibet

Sakya monastery is located in Sakya county of the Tibetan Autonomous Region. It is 127km from the Shigatse on the way to Tingri. The monastery is the Sakya Tibetan Buddhist sect’s seat and was founded in 1073 by Kuchok Gyalpo. He is originally a Nyingmapa monk of Tsang’s noble family, and later, he became the...
Choose the Right Tibet Tours for You

Choose the Right Tibet Tours for You

Tibet is huge, and seeing everything it has to offer in one Tibet tour is not possible. So choosing the right Tibet tours are important for travelers. Your best bet is to identify what aspect of Tibet draws you to visit our homeland and plan your trip around that. But even that sometimes isn’t so...
Gyantse Damag (Horse Racing Festival)

Gyantse Damag (Horse Racing Festival)

Gyantse County Gyantse as a county is small but a vivacious small town with lots of activities and sites to see around for pilgrims. The only probable site you’ll see is the Gyantse Kumbum Chorten (Stupa) and the monastery next to it. But if you happen to take your Tibet tour around mid-July this summer,...
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