Tibet-the Last Pure Land on the Earth


Tibet-the Last Pure Land on the Earth

Tibet-the Land of Snows, also known as “the Roof of the World”. It used to be a mysterious Buddhist kingdom for many centuries, and blocked by the great Himalaya Mountains away from outside world. But now it is quite easy to travel Tibet from land or air.

Tibet Lhasa

For explorers it was a forbidden land of treasure and without doubt ranked as one of the most remarkable places to visit in Asia. It has incredible monasteries, fabulous challenging treks, splendid views of the world peak and one of the friendliest people on this amazing plateau. Witness the largest chörten (stupa) in Tibet in the “city of hero”-Gyantse. Hike along the Yarlung Valley which is considered as the cradle of Tibetan civilization. Marvel at the monkey cave in Gangpo Ri or walk the monastery kora (pilgrim path). There are too many incredible things for you to experience.

During your Tibet trip, you will bass by glittering mountain, turquoise lakes, and see prayer flags fluttering in the wind. You can stop at a stray monastery and listen to their chanting about Buddhism. You can stroll over to Tingri, and trek up to the Everest Base Camp where you will enjoy both incredible sunset and sunrise. The beauty of Tibet adventure is limitless.


For some people, Tibet is the best place for a spiritual tour. You will find a peace in mind when you came across a pious pilgrim praying aside of the Yamdrok Lake, or slices of prayers flag flying in the wind. Those moments of peace drive you quiet down and think about life, which will be one precious memory in your life. Tibet can truly be a spiritual paradise.