What makes Trekking in Tibet a rewarding experience? The answer to this cannot be straight forward. Not because it is difficult to find an answer but because it is difficult to find just one answer. There are various facets of Tibet that make Trekking in the Roof of the World a top experience.
Tibet is popularly named by scientists as Third Pole because it comes only third to the north and the south poles when it comes to holding glacially stored fresh water. The Kungshung and Rongbuk glaciers are among the most popular glaciers of Tibet and the list is long.
Tibet was isolated from the rest of the world for many centuries which has allowed the Tibetan culture, tradition and religion flourish in its own without any foreign intervention. Thus the cultural, traditional and mythological and symbolic entities in exhibition in this part of the world offer an exceptional experience for those who willing to do Trekking in Tibet.
Plus, the mix of the Himalayan Mountains and the Taklamakan desert throws travelers a mix of topographical bewilderment and which makes the trekking routes in this part of the world a new experience altogether.
At Access Nepal, our multiple decades long of experience has taught us how to best introduce you to all these aspects of Tibet which put this place prominently in the world of tourism.