Tibet Information

Tibet has been known as a mysterious place in the world because of its special location and unique culture. It has been a fascinated in the western country for centuries. Tibet is land of legend magic. Tibet is unique. Most of the country lies above 4,000 meters (13,000 feet) and is surrounded by mountain ranges on three sides. It is the ideal destination both for the indomitable adventurer and the spiritual wanderer. Sometimes called the last Shangri La or the Roof of the World. Tibet is certainly one of the places you just have to visit once in a lifetime. After centuries of virtual isolation Tibet is cautiously opening up to the western world. Tibet is an awesome experience, but it is not for the faint-hearted. Travel is often difficult and can be unpredictable. The infrastructure ranges from poor to non-existent.

The tour, however, unveils the mystery and gets your own hands to touch the world roof. On the way to Tibet, a big city called Chengdu which is well known for its hot and spicy Sichuan food, and Ba-Shu Culture. Leshan is the home of the largest stone Buddha in the world, while the oldest irrigation system is located at Dujiangyan. Panda, always been seen in zoos, has its hometown in Sichuan, so we can see the panda in nature, and know how pandas are well protected in China. This is a hard tour because of Tibet's high latitude. The country is recently opened for foreigners to visit as exploration, adventures tours, pilgrimage tour and Sight-Seeing Tour.

Language: - The Tibetan language is generally classified as a Tibeto-Burman language of the Sino-Tibetan language family although the boundaries between 'Tibetan' and certain other Himalayan languages can be unclear.

History:- The general history of Tibet begins with the rule of Songts