Tibet, also called the “Roof of the World,” is a land of serene beauty as you journey through vast plateaus, snow-capped peaks, and turquoise lakes that seem to touch the heavens. This captivating region, with its unique blend of breathtaking landscapes, ancient traditions, and spiritual heritage, attracts adventurers and pilgrims alike. The north face of world’s highest peak Mount Everest attracts adventure seekers and the sacred Mount Kailash and Mansarovar Lake draws attention of everyone seeking enlightenment and purification.
Monasteries and stupas such as Samye Monastery being the first in Tibet and Rongbuk Monastery being highest placed in the world along with several other such as Jokhang Temple and Sera Monastery, participate in age-old rituals that have endured for generations. The colorful prayer flags fluttering in the wind, and the sound of chanting monks create an aura of tranquility and spirituality. The iconic Potala Palace, former residence of the Dalai Lama, stands proudly in the capital city, Lhasa, showcasing the grandeur of Tibetan architecture.