Tibet Travel Info

Tibet, Known as the roof of the world is still a mystical place that few have dared to explore. It is an ancient country with ancient Buddhist culture, hidden valleys, artistic monasteries, breathtaking landscape, centuries-old caravan trails and highest point on earth Mt. Everest, It is the highest region in the world with average altitude of 16000 ft, (4,875 Meters) isolated by vast mountain ranges that form its northern, southern and western borders. It is a landlocked country with India on the West and south, Nepal Bhutan and Myanmar on the South. 

Tibet is bordered with Sichuan and Yunnan on the East, Qinghai, and Sinkiang on the North, the Chinese proveniences. The inhospitable climate and different terrain trail landscape have made Tibet a country of uninhabitable to all but the hardest of people. In addition to this Tibet is one of the world’s least populated areas and a large portion of the total land areas of 474008 square miles is an uninhabited barren desert. Weather conditions and high altitude make it very difficult for growing anything’s and only the hardiest of plants and animals can survive. Tibet has vast areas of land to cost and windswept for any vegetation to grow. The largest region of Tibet, which covers almost half of Tibet’s surface area is the northern plateau locally known as the Chang Tang.

In conclusion, Tibet is one of the most inhospitable tourism destination on Earth with low temperatures, lack of rainfall, high winds and sparse vegetation. On the western Border is the Karakoram Range which also includes K2; the second highest mountain in the earth.