Towering Himalayan peaks, turquoise lakes and the serene nature are also the prime highlights of Tibet apart from the unique Tibetan culture.
Autonomous Region of China, Tibet shares northern border with Nepal with the towering Himalayan peaks in between. The isolated land on a lofty Tibetan Plateau is one of world’s most preferred travel destinations, which even nick named as “the Roof of the world”, has the traces of humans living before 21,000 years ago. In short, Tibet is the land from where Tibetan Buddhism flourished across the world in different phases.
Ancient and medieval time monuments built by kings and scholars of different eras including the supreme religious leader Dalai Lama are the prime highlights of Tibet. Apart from the cultural delights, the journey to sacred Tibetan landmarks including Kailash Mansarovar and Namtos Lake are also the destinations preferred by many pilgrimages and adventure seekers.
Unlike Nepal, the journey to the Base Camp of Everest in the Tibetan side is lot easier as the motorways link this amazing landmark with the short deviation at Shegar in Friendship Highway. Friendship Highway, the roadway that joins Nepal and Tibet also caters an ideal overland trip for those travelers who desire to see the much of Tibet and the part of Nepal.