When Traveling in Tibet, we need to know about its special rules and regulation about Permit related issues. Now a day Tibet has connected with the major city of Mainland China by Trains and Flights. Tibet Tour and Travel Guide page has details about Tibet Travel Permit, Flights, Trains and Hotels.
Why do people visit Tibet? Traveling around the world is a dream a lot of people have, and they want to make it come true. People travel for several reasons, such as want to know how people live in different parts of the world, to see beautiful places, to meet new people, to escape from regular life and experience adventures. While Tibet is just the destination that you are dreaming of and will make your dream come true.
The unique topography makes Tibet rich in travel resources. It has the highest mountains in the world Mt. Chomolangma (Mt Everest) 8,850 meters; the largest canyon in the world Yarlung Tsangbo (Brahmaputra) 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 originates here. It is considered as a paradise for the travelers who like biking, trekking, rafting, mountaineering or other adventure tours to nature.
Bright sunshine, clean and fresh air, crystal clear sky, vast grassland, snow-capped peaks are not the only theme for traveling Tibet. The Tibetan Buddhism and the rich Khamba folk customs, such as the residential housing, the costumes, weddings, funerals, bite and sups, and the folk arts. There are also old folk songs and dance traditions. Tourists have chances to enjoy when there are gatherings for celebrating various traditional festivals. The most characteristic and the most vigorous part in the Tibetan culture can be found in Lhasa, Chamdo, Tsedang, and Shigatse. What’s more, there are never lack handicrafts and carvings for souvenirs and shopping.
Tibet tours Guide
Qinghai-Tibet Railway, the only railway that links Tibet and other cities in China, which stretches Two thousand kilometers from Xining to Lhasa and Shigatse