Tibet is heavenly destination for the visitors from different countries. It is because they follow purely ancient practice of Tibetan Buddhism. Tibetan unspoiled life style is the characteristic feature of the Tibet visit. Visiting Tibet gives experience of unique cultural and religious life style with the exciting views of high Himalayas from Tibetan land. Visitors can experience untouched culture and enjoy magnificent view of mountains and natural landscape in Tibet stay.
Tibet has such a charm to attract the visitors that everyone feels there is something to be discovered in every visit. Tibet Tour gives an experience of distinct cultures of Nepal and Tibet. We offer Kailash Manasarovar tour and Tibet Lhasa tour to explore Everest region from north face. Kailash Manasarovar tour is religious tour and Tibet Lhasa tour is the tour to explore Tibetan culture. Both of these package tours are organized through the way from Kathmandu to Lhasa flight or drive along the Araniko Highway.
SIZE: 2.5 Million sq. km.
POPULATION: 6 million Tibetans and an estimated 7.5 million Chinese, most of whom are in Kham and Amdo
LANGUAGE: Tibetan (of the Tibeto-Burmese language family). The official language is Chinese.
STAPLE FOOD: Tsampa (roasted barley flour)
NATIONAL DRINK: Salted butter tea
TYPICAL ANIMALS: Wild yak, Bharal (blue) sheep, Musk deer, Tibetan antelope, Tibetan gazelle, Kyang (wild ass), Pica
TYPICAL BIRDS: Black necked crane, Lammergeier, Great crested grebe, Bar-headed goose, Ruddy shel duck, Ibis-bill
MAJOR ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS: Rampant deforestation in Eastern Tibet, poaching of large mammals
AVERAGE ALTITUDE: 14,000 ft.
HIGHEST MOUNTAIN: Chomo Langma (Mt. Everest) 29, 028 ft
AVERAGE RAINFALL: Varies widely. In the west it is 1 mm in Jan. to 25 mm in July. In the east, it is 25-50 in Jan. and 800 in July
AVERAGE TEMPERATURE: July 58 f; Jan. 24 f.
MINERAL DEPOSITS: Borax, uranium, iron, chromite, gold
MAJOR RIVERS: Mekong, Yangtse, Salween, Tsangpo, Yellow
ECONOMY: Tibetans: predominantly in agriculture and animal husbandry. Chinese: predominantly in government, commerce and the service sector.
PROVINCES: U-Tsang (Central Tibet), Amdo (N.E. Tibet), Kham (S.E. Tibet
BORDERING COUNTRIES: India, Nepal, Butan, Burma, China
NATIONAL FLAG: Snowlions with red and blue rays. Outlawed in Tibet
POLITICAL AND RELIGIOUS LEADER: The 14th Dalai Lama. In exile in Dharmsala, India.