Why travel to Tibet

Tibet has for centuries induced images of a lost Shangri La.

Tibet has stunning Himalayan views, high plateau, beautiful Buddhist monasteries and extraordinary people that still make it one of the world’s great travel experiences. Traveling Tibet gives opportunities

  • to explore Lhasa, the ancient Tibetan capital is home to the Potala Palace
  • to learn about Tibetan culture
  • to visit spectacular forts and monasteries
  • to view the north face of Mt. Everest
  • to traverse across the roof of the world along the friendship highway to Kathmandu

Tibet borders India, Burma, Bhutan, Sikkim and Nepal. The plateau is surrounded by the highest mountain ranges, the Himalaya to the south, the Karakoram to the west and the Kunlun to the north. With an average elevation of 14,000 feet, Tibet is literally the highest nation on earth.

Five of Asia’s great rivers including the Indus, Mekong and Brahmaputra have their headwaters in Tibet. Tibet’s high plains, forests and mountains are home to an array of rare wildlife, including the snow leopard, blue sheep and Tibetan wild ass.

Not only is Tibet home to Chomolongma – the local name for the highest peak in the world – Mt Everest – but also to an incredible culture and history that emanates from the high, arid plateau that characterizes this striking land.

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