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Renowned as "Roof of the World" Tibet has remained a hidden sanctuary to the western world for many years. Soon after Tibet opened its doors for tourism in the mid 1980s, travel in Tibet became one of the prime tourism interests across the world. Despite modernization over the past few years Tibet has retained the beauties of its past, such as the fascinating Gompas, ancient markets, ever-smiling and fun-loving Tibetans, amazing turquoise lakes which reward every tourist with an indelible life long memory. 

Some tour programs can be arranged in order to discover these sites. If you want more information about the tours to visit Tibet,

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  • Day 01 : Drive from Kathmandu to Nyalam (3,750m.) is 123 Kilometers.

    Drive from Kathmandu to Nyalam (3,750m.) is 123 Kilometers. The vehicle leaves Kathmandu early morning for Kodari Highway that leads to the Tibetan Border offering beautiful views of the village and small towns. The views of Langtang, Gauri Shanker, Melungtse and Khumbu Himal in a clear weather will be additional attraction of this drive. You stay overnight at hotel in Nyalam.

    Day 02 : Drive from Nyalam to Xegar (4,350m.) is 214 Kilometers.

    Drive from Nyalam to Xegar (4,350m.) is 214 Kilometers. From Nyalam the road follows the deep valley of Bhote Koshi river. After two and half hours drive, Nyalam Pass (3,800m.) offers enchanting view of Jugal Himal. The starting point for the trek to Mt. Xixapangma can be seen. The drive continues via Lalung La (5,082m.) offering views of Langtang (7,245m.), Xixapangma (8,516m.), Dorje Lakpa (6,980m.), Makalu (8,463m.), Everest (8,848m.), Lhotse (8,201 m), Cho-Oyu (8,201m.) and Gauri Shanker (7,134m.). Relaxing overnight stay at Xegar will give a chance to share the ecstasy and get prepared for the next day’s drive. You stay overnight at hotel in Xegar.


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Lhasa

Lhasa, the capital of Chinas Tibet Autonomous Region, has an history of more than 1300 years. It is the political, economic, cultural and transport center of the region. Lhasa covers an area of 30 000 kms and its downtown is 544 kms.

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Gyantse

Gyantse is often referred to as the "Hero City" because during the British Younghusband expedition of 1904, the brave Tibetan forces kept the British at bay for about two months in spite of having only primiteve weapons.

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Shigatse

Shigatse, at an altitude of 3900 metres, is Tibets second largest city, with a population of over 50 000.Shigatse stands near the confluence of the Yarlong Tsangpo and Nyangchu rivers.

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Tingri

Tingri is famous in Tibet for offering spectacular views of Mount Chomolangma, the Tibetan name for Everest which means "Mother Goddess of the Universe". Standing at 8848 meters, it lies at the border between China and Nepal.

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Sakya

Located in the Sakya County, Sakya Monastery covers a space of 45 000 m² and is surrounded by a moat, an outer wall and an inner wall. With fortifications and battlements atop, it has only one entrance on the east.

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Samye

Samye Monastery is located in Dranang, south of Lhasa. It is the oldest monastery built in Tibet. It is said that the monastery was destroyed by fire and was rebuilt later as the residence of the 6th Dalai Lama.

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Tsedang

Tsetang is the birthplace of earliest Tibetans. It sits on the south bank of the Yarlung Tsangbo River with a moderate climate at an altitude of 3600 meters. he Yarlung River flows from the south through the area and empty itself into Yalong Zangbu River.

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