Xizang Tourism & Travel Guide

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Mount Everest, Tingri, Xigaze, China
We finally headed out on the final climb to Everest Base Camp, tucked into the mountainside under the sparkling Khumbu Icefall. Mount Everest up close and personal is breathtaking! You would be impressed even if this wasn’t the world’s tallest mountain. After camping there for a while we returned to Lobuje for the night. The next day we retraced our steps along the Imja Khola to Debuche. We hiked down a steep trail to the Dudh Kosi and climbed to Namche Bazar for the night. The final day of our descent, we had a long and leisurely trek back to Lukla from where we flew back to Kathmandu
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No.35 Gongqian Alley, Beijing Middle Road, Chengguan District, Cheng Guan District, Lhasa 850000
9. The Potala palace present in LhasaThe palace in Potala is famous in Tibet and is a part of the UNESCO world heritage site since 1994. This place has artifacts in relation to the Tibetan history, culture and religion as well as art. It is popularly known for its precious murals, antiques, sculptures, and ancient precious jewelry, scriptures that is housed within.
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About Xizang

Most of Tibet consists of an immense plateau with an altitude of 4000-5000 meters, fortified by the mighty Himalayas. Adrenaline rushing through our veins and the thrill of the adventure spurring us on, we got up early in the morning to explore one of the remaining gems of Tibet. The first ones to arrive at the Gyantse Kumbum, it was the magical hour as the first warm rays filtered over the mountain and lit up the golden domes of the temple. Drumming from within the temple hardly disturbed the sleeping lumps of fur posing as dogs, while pilgrims started their morning 'koras' and prostrations. The dark interior chapels were lit by yak butter lamps. The flickering lights danced on ghoulish masks and paintings of grotesque demons; portraying our self-created hell on earth. Using this fear and the accompanying superstitions as a control, the monks rush in to protect the flock from harm.

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