Tibet, the country is nestled between the Himalayas in the south and the Kunlun Shan in the north, conjures images of blue skies, flapping prayer flags and red-cheeked Tibetan monks. Tibet is a plateau region in Asia, north of the Himalayas, and the home to the original Tibetan people and its related ethnic groups. With an average elevation of 4,900 meters (16,000 ft), it is the highest region on Earth and has in recent decades increasingly been referred to as the “Roof of the World”. Before Tibet got into the limelight, the term Roof of the World was applied to the Pamirs.
Tibet has the unique topography which makes it rich in travel resources. It has the highest mountains in the world Mt. Qomolangma 8,850 meters; the largest canyon in the world Yarlung Zangbo River Great Canyon with a total depth 5,382 meters; the largest scale of vertical eco-system zones, from the highest point on the earth 8,850 m, to the bottom of valley 900 meters elevation. There are numerous lakes sprinkling on this beautiful land and several famous rivers in Asia originate here. It is considered as a paradise for the travelers who like biking, trekking, rafting, mountaineering or other adventure tours to the nature.
Tibet occupies about 471,700 square miles of the plateaus and mountains of Central Asia, including Mount Everest. The country is bordered by the Chinese provinces of Tsinghai to the northeast, Szechwan to the east, and Yunnan to the southeast; Myanmar, India, Bhutan, and Nepal to the south; the disputed territory of Jammu and Kashmir to the west; and the Uighur Autonomous Region of Sinkiang to the northwest. Lhasa is the capital city.
Tibet, a rich and beautiful land, and is located at the main part of Qinghai-Tibet plateau, south-West frontier of China. Tibet borders with Sichuan, Yuannan, Qinghai and Xinjiang; to the south contiguous to India, Nepal, Sikkim, Bhutan and Burma, and bounded by Kashmir on the west. When the word Tibet is mentioned something icy chills the readers’ nerves. In fact it snows the majority of Tibet’s population of 1,890,000 is Tibetans. Tibet is so thinly populated that it averages out 1.6 8 persons per square kilometers.
A Tibet tour will be your trip of a lifetime. None of the other travel destinations in the world could give you so many unforgettable memories and deep impressions. Our mission is to make your dream trip to Tibet come true.