Tibet - the "Roof of the
World" - is a most unusual and beautiful
place. Since Tibet has remained forbidden for centuries,
curiosity has dragged many people to go visit and
explore this remote and rugged land - almost dry at
all. Lhasa - the capital of Tibet - offers you spectacular
views of the ancient Monasteries, Turquoise lade and
culture from a lost horizon.
The Tibetan people and their religion
have been inseparable. Even in their earliest myths
one finds references to Tibetan religious beliefs.
Originally, the Bon religion dominated Tibet. After
the introduction of Buddhist statues and, later, Sanskrit
documents from India, Buddhism crept increasingly
into Tibetan culture. Tibetan Buddhism is the culmination
of some early Bon beliefs, Indian Buddhist texts,
and several great Lamas. The legendary Potala Palace,
the ancient seat of the Dalai Lama - spiritual leader
of the Tibetan Buddhist is the central focus to the
Our tours to Tibet vary depending on
travelers' need and time available at their disposal.
We operate from a short four days trip, 2 or 3 weeks
Mt. Kailash and Manasarovar Pilgrimage trek to month
long expeditions (see to our climbing and expedition
program in Tibet). Hotels and foods en-route will
often substantially basic. So, it is still a pioneering
adventure and travelers should be physically fit and
healthy by virtue of long drive through the hillside
and high altitude.