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With numerous spectacular things to do in Tibet, literally the highest nation on earth, it is a dream-come true for an avid traveler. The country’s first Buddhist monastery at Samye and the world’s highest monastery at Rongbuk leaves a remarkable impression on all visitors. The stunning Himalayan views, the sacred Mount Kailash, the high plateaus and the extraordinary people make Tibet one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Lhasa is a magical city to explore many significant religious and cultural sights, including the Potala Palace, the ancestral home of the Dalai Lama. Mount Everest, with its north face, presents its most spectacular views attracting mountain lovers.

Tibet travel is more than a perfect destination for travelers seeking adventurous overland tours and peace in the remote areas while embarking on a spiritual journey. Himalayan Glacier will take you beyond the tourist trails, tracing the hidden corners making your travel to Tibet an unforgettable experience.



Plan your hassle-free Tibet travel by navigating the basics with Himalayan Glacier

Traveling to Tibet certainly requires a deeper observation as the nation has transformed from one of the most isolated cultures in the world to a more genial and accessible autonomous region of China. As such, it is still not possible to travel in Tibet independently. Here on our Tibet Travel Guide, we have brought together some of the most basic information for a terrific vacation in Tibet. It includes the major highlights, transportation options, food and accommodation, personal etiquettes and other useful tips. Tibet isn’t as usual as most of the other countries in the world. It is best for a traveler to know the weird and wonderful facts of the place they would soon enter.

Passport and Visa

Traveling to Tibet requires a Chinese visa and a Tibet Travel Permit which can both be obtained in Kathmandu with the help of a travel company (Tibet via Nepal).

Things to do in Nepal

May to September is the most popular season to visit Tibet. The weather is warm with clear skies. The snow/ice starts melting from April clearing the blocked roads and making it easier for you to visit various Tibetan townships.

Getting into Nepal

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TRIPS FACTS Duration: 15 Days Max. Altitude: Everest Base Camp Trekking (5364m – Kala Patthar 5545m) Trek Grade: Moderate + Strenuous Best Travel Time: February – June, September – November Accommodation: Three Start in Kathmandu & Tea-House during trek Transport: Car/Bus/ Plane Activity: City tour, Trekking Everest Base Camp Trek With eight of the world’s