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Why to Visit Tibet

Tibet Holiday VacationsTibet's cultural philosophy, religion, and spiritualism can be found in contact with native people and their arts. Architecture, rug weaving, Thangka painting, metal work, butter sculpture, sand mandalas, textiles and jewelry are just few things to be sampled.

The Himalayas
The mighty Himalayas, like a silver screen, zigzag along Tibet’s southern horizon adjacent to Nepal. Mount Everest, known locally has Qomolangma, needs no introduction, as it is the world’s highest peak ( 8,848m). The optimal weather season is from April to June for adventurers set on mountaineering. Lhotse (8,516m), the world’s fourth highest peak, Makalu (8,463m), the fifth highest, Cho Oyu (8,201m), the sixth highest and Shisha Pangma (8,012m), the 14th highest, also reside Tibet.

The landscape at the northern side of the Himalayas is as attractive as it is in the south. The world’s highest glaciers are found on these slopes, which are mysteriously in wait for man’s exploration. A pilgrimage to Kailas can take you through the northern grasslands with many beautiful lakes to experience Tibetan nomadic life of long ago. Also, Kailas may be approached from another direction that offers a rich view of bird life.

Any trip to the Himalayas promises lots of unforgettable memories!

Lhasa – The Land of Gods
Lhasa is the capital of Tibet. Bordered by the north bank of the Kyichu River, Lhasa is at an altitude of 3,650m above sea level. Its 1,300 year history has put it at the center of politics, economy, culture and religion in Tibet since ancient times.

There are numerous scenic spots and famous historical attractions among which Potala Palace, Norbulingka, Drepung Monastery, Sera Monastery, Ramoche Temple, Jorkhang Temple and Barkhor Street Market.

Shigatse – The Estate that Fulfills One’s Wishes
Shigatse, is Tibet’s second biggest city and it is the center of transportation and a distribution center for agriculture and husbandry products into the southeast. Monasteries such as Tashilhunpo and Shalu are its major historic attractions.

Yamdrok Yumtso – The Sacred Lake
One of the three largest lakes of Tibet, lies about a hundred kilometers southwest of Lhasa. The surface of the lake covers some six hundred square kilometers. Interior hills form islands that provide homes to flocks of wild ducks. Fish are plentiful and supply a tasty for diet for the locals.

Terrestrial Heat in Tibet
Northern grasslands, called Changthang, bear an extremely cold climate. Eight or nine months a year is the freezing season. Boiling hot springs send cloudy vapors into the air and provide a picturesque landscape. This Terrestrial Heat is eighty–seven km northwest of Lhasa and covers some forty km. You can see underground steams shooting up a hundred meters into the air and can be seen from ten kilometers away.

Ganden Monastery
Founded in 1409 by Tsongkapa, the founder of the Gelugpa Sect, this monastery is the earliest of the Three Great Monasteries of Tibet.

Jorkhang Temple
Four storied temple of Golden Splendor featuring architecture of the Tang Dynasty from the 7th century AD. Murals and historical relics depict famous figures and stories from the past.

The Karo Ruins
These four to five thousand year old ruins include house architecture, stone paved roads, stone built walls, cave dwellings, and many different kings of chipped stone implements. Their discovery provides new threads for the study of migration and exchange between people of the Neolithic Age.

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