Tibet has maintained a unique culture, written and spoken language, religion and political system for centuries. In 1913, the 13th Dalai Lama – Tibet’s political and spiritual leader – issued a proclamation reaffirming Tibet’s independence: “We are a small, religious, and independent nation.” The country had its own national flag, currency, stamps, passports and army; signed international treaties, and maintained diplomatic relations with neighboring countries.
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Everest Base Camp Tour via Tibet – 18 DaysTibet TibetExplore the incredible Tibetan culture and admire the incredible Kangshung aspect of Mount Everest and the highest Ronbuk monastery in the world.18 Days17 NightsModerate
Kailash Mansarovar Yatra with Lhasa – 13 DaysTibet TibetFor a devoted adventure explorer, this trip offers the immense beauty of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, solitude and sense of accomplishment, and visits Lake Mansarovar and the mountains for devout pilgrims.13 Days12 NightsAdventurous$2,950
Tibet Saga Dawa Festival Tour – 14 DaysTibet TibetGet ready to experience the exotic culture of Tibet! The Saga Dawa Festival is an important festival for Buddhists to celebrate the life of the Buddha. It is said that the Buddha had asked his partner not to cry or mourn his death when he died.14 Days13 NightsAdventurous