24 Feb 2011

Tibet Tours and Tibet Travel Packages

Posted by ChinaAdvisor

The “rooftop of the world” long inaccessible to foreign visitors, is now available for you to discover. Tibet, with its holy Buddhist shrines, impeccable natural scenery, and breath-taking mountains, is certainly one of the world’s most exciting travel destinations. Great Wall Adventure Club can show you this mystical land, and our Tibet tours are especially designed to give you the most bang for your buck during your limited time there. We can also arrange for your Tibetan Travel Permit, a document necessary for you to travel to Tibet.

Where can you go?

Of course most Tibet tours start with a visit to the region’s capital and largest city, Lhasa, and its no small wonder. With its bustling markets, holy temples, and fantastic attractions like the Potala Palace (former home of the Dali Llama), Lhasa is a place not to be missed during a visit to Tibet. For those interested, we offer budget backpacker tours to Lhasa. If you feel like branching out, you can choose our more rugged hiking and climbing tours, which take you far out into the Tibetan wilderness. Here you can come across sites like Mt. Kailash, one of the holies places in all of Buddhism, and dramatic ruins from the glory of Tibet’s storied past.

Along with its own brand of Buddhism, Tibet is also well known for its colossal mountains, and we can bring you to these natural giants. Of course, the most famous is Mt. Everest, and we can take you to the world’s tallest mountain, giving you the opportunity to spend time at the Everest Base Camp, thus giving you an up-close view. With our Tibetan tours, you can roam the country in many different ways, 4-Wheel drive, horseback, and even by a Sherpa guide.

While the scenery and the temples are an excellent reason to come to Tibet, we also give you the opportunity to get an authentic Tibetan experience and a feel for local life, a life that is as colorful and captivating as any place in the world. Our tours will afford you the opportunity to spend some time with local Tibetan families, giving you a small taste of what it’s like to live here. Often times you’ll get to dine with them as well.

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