Time to Explore Tibet
People think of Tibet as an arid, high-altitude desert, part of China and stretching from Lhasa to Mt. Kailas in the west. But Tibet is vaster and more diverse. East of Lhasa flourish lush forests of rhododendrons and azaleas. To the west is Ladakh, controlled by India, bordering on Kashmir, and home to a rich, intact Buddhist culture, vibrant festivals and reasonable prices.
- Trek beyond Everest Base Camp
- Experience local festivals, such as Amdo’s Shaman Festival, Ladakh’s Hemis Festival or Drepung Shodon
- Combine China and Tibet, traveling by train, boat, car and plane
- Cross the world’s highest passes from Tibet to Kathmandu, Ladakh to Kashmir or across Baralacha La to Dharamsala
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