Tibet

Tibet (Xizang), the Roof of the World, remained unknown to the world until the very beginning of the 20th century. Locked away in its Himalayan fortress, Tibet has long exercised a unique hold on the imagination of the West.

Tibet TourTibet is located at the heart of Qinghai-Tibet upland, south-West border line of China. To the south Tibet adjoins with Yuannan, Sichuan, Qinghai and Xinjiang. Also, Tibet borders with India, Nepal, Bhutan, Sikkim, Burma, and encircled by Kashmir on the west. The area covers around 1.22 million sq. km means 12.8% of the total land of China.

Tibet is formerly entitled as "land of snow" since Tibet is most of the time filled with snow where you could barely see any signs of settlement. The greatest ranges lying in the Tisi, Ima, and the like surrounds across the country with its arresting snow covered mountains. Also, there are many lakes, springs, rivers, waterfalls, etc. The most arresting ones are Yarlung River, Namtso Lake, Lhasa River, Yamdrok Lake, Basum tso Lake, Manasarovar Lake, Lhamo Latso Lake etc. Regarding temperature, the average temperature in Tibet is approximately 8°C. Also, the temperature can fall to -16°C and rise up to 16°C. January is the arid and coldest month when the temperature falls to -9 °C. In July, temperature can't rise to 10°C.

Tibet is popular for having the unique culture in the world people wholly dedicated to Tibetan Buddhism. Generally, the Tibetans speak Tibetan language and they also know Chinese pretty well as they have to learn it at school. Luopa, Menpa, Han Chinese, Sherpa, Hui, and a few Deng are inhabitants of Tibet, among them Tibetans are the major inhabitants as 92 percent of the region is covered by Tibetans. Let Nepal Tibet Tours & Treks arrange trek to Tibet for you according to your desire.

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