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"Come join us in the roof of the world!"

North of India, Nepal, and the great Himalayas lies an ancient land unparalleled in it’s beauty and majesty. This land of Tibet, often referred to as the roof of the world, is the largest and highest plateau on earth. Its’ unique Buddhist culture, magnificent wildlife, and grand peaks have been sealed from outsiders for years. You are now given the chance to experience this land of mystery and fantasy!

A complete reference for traveling, touring, trekking and mountaineering Tibet. Tibetan Travel Intro, Why to Visit, When to Tour, How to Travel, Tour Itineraries. Sightseeing, Buddhists culture tours, accommodations, hotels, guest houses, flights, individual and group travel.

Pilgrimage Tours to Mt. Kailash and Lake Mansarovar
Mount Kailash & Mansarovar Lake tour designed for Indian pilgrims 2004. Experience this Remarkable Pilgrimage Tour to Holy Mount Kailash and Lake Mansarovar !
The world's highest mountain bike journey
Have you ever dreamed of cruising downhill on a bicycle through some of the world’s most majestic scenery?
High passes and base camp treks
The most extensive jumble of mountains found on any continent surrounds Tibet.

Fixed Departure Budget Tour
The Friendship Highway is an important artery of commerce, it is also Tibet’s most popular tourist route. It was built in the mid-1960s and to link the valleys to the south of the Tsangpo and it follows the ancient trade route.
8 days holy trips to the Lhasa
Our first stop on this incredible classic tour will lead us through the ancient city of Lhasa. This wondrous city is generally regarded as the heart of Tibet and is filled with unparalleled history, culture, and beauty.
Friendship highway tours
Pass small Tibetan settlements, nomadic herdsmen wandering across the wide arid plains and awe-inspiring mountain peaks.
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