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Saturday, 29 May 2010 00:48

North of the Himalaya you face the roof of the world, a magical land of clear light and pure colors, excelling sea level for more than 3 kms. This is Tibet, a land of impressing sceneries, ancient cultures, mystical Buddhist traditional, richly decorated monasteries and temples; an aura of mystery… Forbidden for centuries to travellers, Tibet's ancient civilization and culture flourished and veiled in secrecy. At 'All Nature Nepal Trekking' you can find the secret key, to a magical experience… What is probably the most dramatic flight in the world will take you across the Himalayan Mountains to touch ground at the heart of the Tibetan culture. Lhasa, the capital, lies high in the Tibetan wilderness, dominated by the might Potala Palace, ancient seat of the Dalai Lama, the spiritual leader of the Tibetan Budhists. Here you experience the chanting monks, stooped in prayer. You will mingle and wade through colorful citizens as they gather around the Jokhang Temple. Prayer wheels and flags are whirling and fluttering, carrying their eternal massage in the winds to the Gods.


Tibet now beckons adventurous travellers with a taste for something truly different....

Tibet & Sightseeing
Tibet is the best place to experience the true Buddhist Culture. It has taken many years to come to today's shape. When in Tibet one gets the feeling of being in a different part of the world. The monasteries built centuries back , the opwn grasslands, the unique and unspoiled lakes, the snow carved mountains are always worth visiting. Its like an addiction; the more you visit the more you want to know about this beautiful country.

Most Popular Areas of Tibet:
Yumbu Lagang
Lhasa - The land of Gods
Tashihunpo Monastery
The Karo Tuins
Drepung Monastery
Ruins of Guge Kingdom
Shalu Monastery
Potala Palace
Terrestrial Heart in Tibet Yamdok Yumtso - The Sacred Lake


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