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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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    Experience the World's Highest Railway

    Experience the World’s Highest Railway

    Posted on :November 15, 2016

    The Qinghai-Tibet Railway is the world’s highest railway, connecting Xining, the capital of China’s Qinghai Province, and Lhasa, the capital of Tibet. Known as “The Sky Road”, the magnificent Qinghai-Tibet Railway extends 1,956 kilometers on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau and reaches 5,072 meters above sea level at its highest point of Tanggula Pass.  The world’s highest […]

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    Seasonal Guide to Tibetan Trekking

    Seasonal Guide to Tibetan Trekking

    Posted on :October 27, 2016

    As thrill seeking adventures become more popular, people are turning more towards activities that are both physical and rewarding. There is something especially beautiful about traversing through lands and trails that pioneers and explorers once used. Carrying nothing but the pack on your back and your sense of adventure, trekking through Tibet allows you the […]

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    Travel to Tibet with Tibet Shambhala Adventure

    Travel to Tibet with Tibet Shambhala Adventure

    Posted on :October 14, 2016

    Are you planning a trip to Tibet? Tibet is a fascinating place that attracts tons of visitors each year. In order to visit this tremendous region, travelers must work with a travel company from their home country, China or Tibet. Travelers also require a passport and Tibet Entry Permit, which your travel agency should help […]

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    Arranging Your Trip to Tibet

    Arranging Your Trip to Tibet

    Posted on :September 12, 2016

    Tibet is a truly amazing place that should be high on your bucket list. The region’s dreamy landscape and unique culture and traditions make it a destination that’s like no other. If you’re planning a trip to Tibet, consider the following tips to make the most out of your journey. Work with a Tibetan Travel […]

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    The must not miss Tibetan festivals when traveling to Tibet.

    The must not miss Tibetan festivals when traveling to Tibet.

    Posted on :September 3, 2016

    The Shoton festival is heled in the middle of the summer in Lhasa and a lot of people from around Tibet gather in Lhasa. Even the government offices in Lhasa have holiday for a week. It is one of the best chances to see more local festivals, Tibetan opera, local traditional dances, locals are having […]

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