Tibet, China’s autonomous state, makes a great touristic destination for the world. Close to the Indo-Himalayan belt, Tibet borders Nepal in the south. This semi-arid land of China has the landscape and culture that would amuse the world. Since the land is close to the Himalayas, the beauty of the mountains is just unbelievable. Added to that, the colorful vegetation of Lasha city built in the semi-arid land is just breathtaking. 

Lasha city alone has so many wonderful places to visit at Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, and Barkhor Bazaar. There are Sera and Drepung monasteries, the core of Tibetan Buddhist culture. This Tibet tour will be your chance to observe and understand the real Buddhist culture. Buddhism is the utmost form of peace and self-realization, and getting to learn that will give new excitement to your life. And we cannot miss the exceptional beauty of Sky lake and Yamdrok lake.

Don’t miss these lakes from your list if you have some additional time.  Driving to Everest Base Camp is the most popular among many perks of Tibet visit. You can literally be riding along the mountains and get to the base camp of the world’s tallest peak within a few hours. Next is the Kailash Mansarovar tour, the holiest pilgrimage route in the world. Each year, millions of people make the tough Kailash Parikrama the highest form of salvation thus received. 

Despite all these perks of Tibet visits, getting permits and visas for Tibet is not a piece of cake. The strict rules of the Chinese government make it really hard to get all the paper works and travel to Tibet. That’s why our expert team at Himalayan masters will be assisting you throughout the entire procedure. We will do the paper works, book the hotels, arrange the cabs, and everything you need.

And all you have to do is trust us with your holiday. Fair deal, right? Let us know when and where you would like to travel, and the arrangements will be done. See you soon. 

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