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Wander Through Snowy Remoteness

Trekking in Tibet, the Third Pole, has always been a mystery to trekkers around the globe. Perched on the top of the world, the highland of Tibet is a perfect destination for trekkers and hikers. Hiking in Tibet is an adventurous excursion that provides the truest meaning of exploration. Drive or Overland tours through the Tibetan plateau surpassing meandering roads and gorgeous mountain vistas is a mesmerizing and an awe-inspiring moment for every traveler. The wonderful glimpses of the golden barley fields, unique landscapes, glaciated mountain passes and snow-capped Himalayan peaks will rekindle your passion to traverse up the inaccessible remote mountains of Tibet. The Everest Advanced Base Camp tour on the North Face, however, is an enthralling adventure which guarantees you a miraculous view of the Himalayan giant. Kailash Tour via Simikot in western Nepal requires several days of trekking within Nepali territory before entering Tibet. Depending on the itineraries of different agencies, trekking from Simikot to Kailash Mansarovar, on average, requires 10 to 12 days.

The perfect way to explore Tibet for a wonderful lifetime experience is trekking in off-the-beaten paths, adorned with pristine wilderness, yak-grazing pasture lands, sanctified monasteries, glittering turquoise lakes and the fascinating Tibetan culture and traditions.

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