Tibet is considered by many as one of the most interesting cultural hubs in the world and is one of the most remarkable places to visit in Asia. Perched at an average elevation of 5,000m (16,404 ft.) above sea level it is roughly twice the size of the U.S. state of Texas, and covers much of the Tibetan Plateau in modern day China. Tibet has been a world destination for travelers and spiritually curious people from all parts of the globe for centuries. Many people view Tibet as the land of origin of the ancient Buddhist culture, with its architecture, rich history, art and monasteries. The Lord Buddha was actually born in the sacred area of Lumbini in the Terai plains of southern Nepal but his influence and the great belief he shared with followers is deeply rooted in Tibet to this day. With its exotic cities, hidden valleys, mysterious landscapes, panoramic views and surrounded by beautiful natural scenery and splendor, Tibet offers a unique once in a lifetime experience that no other place on earth can match. Tibet trekking and touring is synonymous with a sacred and spiritual journey of enlightenment and personal spiritual redemption. Tibet is definitely a top 10 bucket list destination for the Trekking Purist.
With all of its majestic and mountainous terrain the plateau presents the ultimate adventure for climbers and trekkers. Tibet is well known across the globe as the “Roof of The world.” The ultimate thrill of trekking and adventure coupled with the stunning Himalayan beauty, ancient Buddhist civilization and culture, the rolling hills and fascinating hidden treasures and landscapes make this a World Class trekking tour. Tibet, also known as Shangri La has been referred to by many other names such as the Mystical Land, The Forbidden Land, The Roof of the World, and more. This Buddhist Kingdom has been isolated and mysterious and long remained closed to the outside world and foreigners, has long maintained a prominent place in the collective imaginations of a curious world. For this reason Tibet has for centuries lured the most curious humans on the planet.