Tibet remains one of the most fascinating and culturally rich regions of the world. Tibet is the land of the ancient Buddhist civilization - its arts and monasteries, grand mountains; century aged caravan trails cross the mysterious landscape through Befoul (hidden valleys) to exotic cities. All this features offer you a unique experience in Tibet. The mountainous terrain of the plateau presents the ultimate challenge for climbers, trekkers and adventures seekers. Tibet is a destination for the ultimate thrill-seeker and offers a spiritual journey to highlight your lifetime.
Tibet (Xizang) is a province-level administrative region of China, covers an area 1,222,000 sq km (471,800 sq mi). It lies on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau area in the southwestern part of the China. The average height of the whole region is more than 4,000 meters above sea level, that why Tibet is known as "Roof of the World". The valley bottoms of Tibet are higher than the highest mountains elsewhere. Tibet is also one of the worlds most isolated regions, surrounded by the Himalayas on the south, the Karakoram Range on the west, and the Kunlun Mountains on the north.
The snow covered plateau is the highest in the world, the north face of the Mt. Everest (8,848m “top of the world”) view is amazing from Tibet and other many rolling hills of the high plateau and over 15,000 feet stunning Himalayas are none to any mountains are fascinating factor in the Tibet.
Tibet extends along the borders of the Xinjiang, Qinghai, Sichuan and Yunnan Provinces to the north and east and the five countries of Burma, India, Bhutan, Sikkim and Nepal to the south and west. It covers an area of over 120 square kilometers, making it the second largest region in China after the Xinjiang Province. However, due to adverse of high Himalaya desert, the broad land of Tibet has only 2.6 million inhabitants, giving it the smallest density of population of all the provincial administrative regions in China. Tibetans represent over 90% of the population spread across Tibet. And other nationalities like Han, Hui, Mongol, and Menpa also inhabit Tibet, but are mainly found in Lhasa, Shigatse and other cities or towns. Although Tibet is a part of China, it has a unique culture of its own. It is mainly inhabited by Tibetans, a minority nationality of old and mysterious people. The Potala Palace in Lhasa, Jokhang Temple, Mt. Kailash, Mansarover, and a number of Buddhist and Hindus sacred places are main attractions for tourist. Northwestern Tibet, mainly the Qing Hai plateau, is home to a variety of unusual and unique flora and fauna. And across the northern expanse of Tibet, you can see vast grasslands where horses, yak and sheep wander freely. The worlds lowest valley, the Grand Yarlun-tzanpo river valley which lies in eastern Tibet. Tibet is one of the worlds most extraordinary destinations and there is adventure indeed lurking around almost each and every corner.
Tibet refereed as Shangri La, The Forbidden Land, The Roof of the World and by many more names. The mysterious Buddhist Kingdom remained long closed to foreigners, exerting a strong hold on the imagination of the world. It was hardly accessible to the outside world and has been always a challenge to human beings. People culture, custom and their traditions fascinated all over world from centuries. Also by nature and religious faith attracted many explorers, scholars, and pilgrims and adventure lovers, all in pursuit of "Real Shangrila". It is not only the geographical and natural features that enthrall but also its long historical culture and religion that appeal to foreigners who hope to visit Tibet at least once in a lifetime.
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