Entering Tibet you feel as though you've entered an entirely different world. It spans the worlds largest, with average height of over 4,000 m, and also the world's highest plateau. Thus, Tibet is often referred to as the "Roof of the World". The Tibetan plateau is bounded by two mighty ranges, the Himalayan range situates itself from the South to the West, the Thanggula range is in the North. This gives Tibet its alpine terrain conditions, and dry and continental climate.
For the people in Tibet, religion is very important and shapes many aspects of the life. The dominant religion, “Tibetan Buddhism," has blended many pre-Buddhism shamanic and animist beliefs into the current religion. These animist features make Tibetan people worship many snow-capped mountains and lakes. They believe the mountains and lakes are dwellings for deities, and that rocks have spirits. Mount Kailash is in Tibet is the most sacred mountain in Hinduism, Tibetan Buddhism as well as Jainism.
The heart and soul of Tibet, Lhasa is known as the cultural, political and economic centre. There are many tourists attractions like the Potala Palace, Norbulinka Palace, Jokhang temple, and Sera monasteries for the travellers to make their tour memorable. Potala Palace is considered to be the top most constructed palace from sea level in the world, and one of the most recommended attractions for tourists. The Yarlung Zangbo Grand is the deepest and the longest canyons in the world, a place where you tend to click pictures with nature. Mount Everest the ‘Treasure or saint of Snow Mountain’ in the Himalayan range touches the geological boundaries of Tibet and Nepal. Trek to mountain’s base camp to enjoy the breathtaking adventurous experience of life. You can see the beautiful scene of the highest peak. The innumerable shops and wayside pedlars selling everything from prayer flags to skulls is the most wonderful experience of being in Tibet.
The most Holy and Sacred place with the beauty of nature awaits you here.