A historical region on the lap of the Himalayas, Tibet resides at the highest elevation of 4,900
meters from the Earth. People of different ethnic groups have been inhabited in Tibet since the
7th century. It is one of the world’s most extraordinary destinations where nature, culture, and
religion culminate on an exalted plateau.
Tibet is home to more than 50 peaks above 7,000 m and at least eleven Himalayan mountains
over 8,000m. It has become a real paradise for mountaineers and explorers. Every traveler
wants to taste Tibet with its rich Tibetan cultural heritage, incredibly dramatic landscapes and
fascinating political history as a lifetime dream.
Lhasa is the capital of Tibet. Lhasa means in Tibetan “The land of gods". It is an ancient city
with a rich cultural heritage, made up of the Potala Palace, Jokhang temple, and Norbulingka
palaces; some extraordinary places of cultural and religious significance to Tibetan Buddhists.