Known as "the roof of the world." the high plateau of Tibet reaches elevations of well over 5000 meters and is bounded to the south by the massive snow‑capped barrier of the Himalayas. Despite the absence of the Dalai Lama from Potala palace, the charm of Tibet remains undiminished. Lhasa, Shigatse, Lake Manasarovar in the west and the dry highlands peopled by the Yak herdsmen astride their horses continue to bewitch the travelers from all over the world. Almost close to the rest of the world for ages. Tibet has remained a mystery for the outsiders A trip to Tibet is sure to be a memory of a life time.
The beauty of Tibet's soaring Himalayas, the warmth of its nomadic and deeply devout people and the mysteries of its ancient Buddhist monasteries leaves one enthralled. It is vast, overwhelming, awesome, beautiful. interesting.
The altitude is in a range of 4267 mtrs if going overland each and every route crosses a pass of 5181mtrs. Mountaineering and trekking are activities that test endurance, patience and bravery and nowhere is that more in evidence than in Tibet ‑ but with what rewards'.