What is Tibetan tour experience? Many travel agencies which are out side of Lhasa can not understand the core values of “pure Tibetan Tour Experiences”. That said, lots of foreign travelers come to Tibet and learned fake things from Chinese tour guides. More over lots and lots of overseas travelers bought lots of fake staff back home and finally they found all these fake staff are very expensive. To avoid any tourist traps, you can not trust any words of “Free Tibet Travel Permits”, “Local Tibetan Owned travel agency”, “Tibetan travel agency”, “over 6000+ clients each year”, “99% Excellent Review”, to enjoy Tibetan tour experiences, you will need to be sure you have handpicked “Tibetan Guide” and most importantly you will need to focus more on tour group size and service quality. As one Lhasa based Tibet tour agency, Tibet Travel Expert Service can tell you that, any group tours with 12 pax or above are in the hand of “Chinese” tour agency in mainland China. Well selected local Tibetan tour guide and Tibetan driver will be a must for you to expect authentic and pure Tibetan tour experiences.
The use of the words "authentic Tibetan Experiences" in the title is deliberate. Tibet’s tourism development officials seem to revel in contriving experiences for visitors, resulting in concrete-poured pavilions called “Tourist Leisure Centers” and newly built or heavily renovated “ancient” temple complexes and old towns. Is this really authentic? Perhaps Not. Here we share our top 20 must-try and "Authentic Tibetan travel experiences". For us, the most engaging and touching moments are those that showcase the real lives of Tibetan people carving their way through daily life. And call us nostalgic, but moments that genuinely speak to bygone eras are satisfying, too. What Authentic Tibet travel experiences You Should Have? Mt. Kailash Pilgrimage Kora Gangs Rin-po-che is the Tibetan name of Mount Kailash (means precious snow mountain)which is considered as a sacred place in four regions: Bon Religion, Buddhism, Hinduism and Jainism. Potala Palace Potala Palace is located in the capital city of Lhasa, Tibet. It is one of the most spectacular and amazing places you can discover in the whole world. Jokhang Temple The Jokhang Temple is a Buddhism Temple in Barkhor Square, Lhasa, the heart of Tibet. It is not only one of the UNESCO World Heritage sites Mt. Everest Mount Everest, Earth’s highest mountain (8,844.43 meters) is located in the international border between China and Nepal, one of the top attractions in Tibet. Samye Monastery Samye Monastery, Tibetan’s first monastery and first college, is located in Shannan Region, Tibet. Qinghai-Tibet Railway Taking Qinghai Tibet train travel is probably once a lifetime experience for westerners. Since its completion in early 2006, the railway has become an increasingly popular Tibet tour option that offers stunning views of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. Those looking for in depth cultural experiences will love taking the train; it provides opportunities to meet people from
The use of the words “authentic Tibetan Experiences” in the title is deliberate. Tibet’s tourism development officials seem to revel in contriving experiences for visitors, resulting in concrete-poured pavilions called “Tourist Leisure Centers” and newly built or heavily renovated “ancient” temple complexes and old towns. Is this really authentic? Perhaps Not. Here we share our top 20 must-try and “Authentic Tibetan travel experiences“. For us, the most engaging and touching