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    Get into your trekking boots and trails to benefit. Trekking around Himalayas

    Get into your trekking boots and trails to benefit. Trekking around Himalayas

    Posted on :May 22, 2017

    Are you backpacking and ready to do some outdoor activities this summer? Here are some reasons why should you consider trekking around Himalayas? Tibet is often synonyms with trekking due to its tempting landscape providing the best surrounding condition for trekking.  Trekking is at best when it is during spring and summer in Tibet owing […]

  • Don’t Be Like Millions Of Other Americans And Use All Your Vacation Time This Summer

    Posted on :May 19, 2017

    For one reason or another, employees of American companies have continued the rather bizarre — and some say worrying — practice of leaving tens of millions of unused vacation hours on the table. The revelations, according to 2015 data studied by the U.S. Travel Association and released during the height...

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    High Altitude Sickness Insights: Get your Tibet Trip Tips from Tibet Shambhala Adventure

    High Altitude Sickness Insights: Get your Tibet Trip Tips from Tibet Shambhala Adventure

    Posted on :May 15, 2017

    Many of you probably have this kind of feeling that you wanted to take a Tibet Trip this summer however you get to ask yourself loads of questions on High Altitude Sickness or Acute Mountain Sickness. Concerns are constantly building up for many travelers. But have you ever questioned yourself what if it is cautioned […]

  • “Have you planned your Vacation”? The Group Tours to Tibet is just Awesome.

    Posted on :May 12, 2017

    Are you getting really bored of the monotonous corporate life? Thinking about a perfect getaway this summer? Tibet Shambhala Adventure has the answer, no matter whether this is going to be a family, solo, friends-get-together, or a corporate staff vacation tour. We even organize our own group tours to give...

  • Airline Passengers Flying To Tibet Should Plan For Hours-Long Trip With These Tips

    Posted on :May 10, 2017

    To truly substantiate the claim of being well-traveled, cross-continental trips are a prerequisite. Regardless of which country you call home, it’s an essential rite of passage to get out and see the world and sometimes get a little lost in it all. For those with an interest in visiting East...

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    Shambhala the Drummer, Trekking Tibet to his Beat

    Shambhala the Drummer, Trekking Tibet to his Beat

    Posted on :May 9, 2017

      A life without adventure is likely to be unsatisfying, but a life in which adventure is allowed to take whatever form it will is sure to be short. – Bertrand Russell   Back in those days when Tibet is little accessed by the western trekkers, many Tibet trekking destinations remained unknown to the outside […]

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    The “CHUPA” impression: An Expression of Tibet, A Preparation for your Tibet Cultural Tour

    Posted on :May 4, 2017

    Those from Tibetology background and People who study cultures or being a part of the cultural exchange groups are most likely the target audience throughout the piece.  You might want to take a Tibet Cultural tour as a favorable option to make your summer vacation more meaningful.. The topography and climate condition in Tibet are […]

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    Pilgrimage to Lhasa: Tibet Shambhala Adventure in quenching your thirst in your spiritual quest.

    Pilgrimage to Lhasa: Tibet Shambhala Adventure in quenching your thirst in your spiritual quest.

    Posted on :April 28, 2017

    The conventional practice of pilgrimage to Lhasa can be traced back to those days where people not only from Kham (eastern Tibet) and Amdo (north eastern) but from every part of the country walking all the way to the city of Lhasa ( Central Tibet)  to pay their holy visit to Jokhang temple (Tsuk Lak […]

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    Consider Quirks, Perks Of Travel To Tibet Before Settling On Standard Vacation Destination

    Consider Quirks, Perks Of Travel To Tibet Before Settling On Standard Vacation Destination

    Posted on :April 27, 2017

    With the official start of summer quickly approaching, those planning a getaway are most likely starting to consider where to go, how much it’s going to cost and what they are going to do once they get there. According to U.S. Bureau of Transportation figures, three percent of all summer trips between Memorial Day and […]

  • Man, 85, Plans To Climb Mount Everest Again In Hopes Of Reclaiming ‘World’s Oldest’ Title

    Posted on :May 4, 2017

    No trip to Tibet would be complete without at least setting eyes upon the tallest and, as some would argue, most infamous land mass on Earth: Mount Everest. Following the first successful climb to the top in 1953, more than 200 people have risked life and limb to reach the...

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