Everest - the foothills of the world's mightiest peak
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A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to camp near the famous Rongbuk Monastery, located at the foot of the mighty Mt. Everest.
Sacred Yamdrok Yutso Lake
Sacred Yamdrok Yutso Lake serves as a talisman supporting the life-spirit of the Tibetan nation. Enjoy a scenic drive to this enchanting lake and spend some time unwinding by its shore and soaking in the picturesque views.
Lake Mansarover - sacred and breathtaking
This may be one of the most breath-taking spots on planet earth. Lake Manasarover is extremely sacred and insanely beautiful. Be blown away by its magical views and sheer expanse.
Tashi Lhunpo Monastery - a 15th century marvel
Located in the heart of Shidatse, Tashi Lhunpo Monastery was built in 1447 by the 1st Dalai Lama. The moastery is one of the largest functioning religious institutions in Tibet and of extreme cultural and historical importance.
Samye Monastery - Birthplace of Tibetan Buddhism
Explore the first monastery to be built in Tibet and the birthplace of Tibetan Buddhism. With striking surroiundings and filled with ancient frescos, sculptures and prayer wheels, this monastery takes you back in time.
Sera Monastery - Witness The Debating Monks
Witness first hand, the monks of Sera Monastery, one of the most important in Tiber, as they engage in debates in the courtyard. Watch the seniors monks fire questions at the junior monks about Tibetan scriptures and culture. An interesting and unique experience.
Gyantse Dzong - The 14th Century Fort
Visit Gyantse Dzong, a fort dating back to the 14th century, and Gyantse Kumbum, a large gold-domed stupa whose many small chapels house an impressive array of Tibetan Buddhist murals.
Potala Palace - Dalai Lama's Former Residence
The world's highest palace and former residence of the Dalai Lama, Potala Palace is truly a symbol of Tibet. A wonderland filled with the best of Tibetan history, the palace limits the numbers of visitors, daily,but is a must-visit when traveling to Tibet.
Jokhang Temple - Tibet's Most Sacred spot
The most sacred of all places in Tibet, Jokhang Temple invites pilgrams from all over Tibet and the world. No trip to Tibet is complate without a visit to Jokhang Temple, where you can witness the pilgrims lying prostrate in front on the temple floor.
Bakhor Street - Tibet's iconic market
Stroll the bustling Bakhor Street and after your visit to Jokhang Temple and haggle hard with the local vendors that inhabit this street market. Find the most unique artefacts, crafts and souveniors in these local stalls. You are bound to leave with your hands full.
Lhasa - The Capital City
Wander the mystical capital city of Lhasa and soak in its cultural highlights, which will give you a keen insight into the lives of the most peaceable people on planet earth, in their magical lofty mountainscapes.