Tibet is located in the main part of the Qinghai Tibet Plateau, south-west of China. Tibet is lying in the rain shadow of the Greater Himalayas, a beautiful, never-ending landscape surrounding my mountains. Tibet is the roof of the world, with most of the land situated above 4000m (13000ft) above sea level. The Third Pole of the Globe is located in the main part of the Qinghai-Tibet plateau. The Tibet Autonomous Region, with a population of over two million, covers an area of 1.2 million sq. km. Tibet is bounded by Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region and Qinghai Province to the north, Sichuan Province to the east, Yunnan Province to the south, and countries like India, Burma, Bhutan, Sikkim, and Nepal to the west and south. Although it’s a part of China, Tibet has a unique culture of its own; it is mainly inhabited by Tibetans, a minority nationality of old and mysterious people. Due to its unique landscapes, religion, and culture, Tibet has remained a hidden sanctuary to the world for many years and gained more popularity among enthusiastic travelers.

Tibet has a long and complex history; written records have survived from the 7th century A.D.; however, it is known that nomadic tribes populated Tibet as early as the 2nd century B.C. The main land of Tiber is surrounded by high mountains and old caravan trails that cross mysterious landscapes, from hidden valleys to exotic cites. All this combines to offer you a spiritual journey that highlights the highlights of your lifetime experience.

The economy of Tibet is dominated by agriculture, though tourism has become a growing industry in Tibet in recent decades. The main religion in Tibet is traditional old Tibetan Buddhism (Bonor Bonpo). In addition, there is Bon, which was the indigenous religion of Tibet before the arrival of Buddhism in the 7th century CE (Bön is now similar to Tibetan Buddhism), though there are also Muslim and Christian minorities. The staple foods in Tibet are roasted barley, yak meat potatoes, and butter tea or green tea. Now they grow many vegetables and fruits in a modern green house.