The Tibetan plateau covering 1.23 million sq km is linked to the southern region by the 2500 km lengthy Himalayas and to the west by the Karakoram. With an average height of 4,000 meters above sea level, Tibet encompasses some of the world’s highest mountains. Mt. Everest (8848m), the world’s highest peak rises abruptly on the Tibet – Nepal boundary. Four mountains exceed altitudes of 8,000 measures and thirty eight mountains exceed altitudes of 7,000 measures.
Renowned as “Roof of the World’ with a 3482 km international boundary between Nepal, Indian, Bhutan, and Myanmar, Tibet has remained a hidden sanctuary to the western world for many decades. Soon after Tibet started out up its gates to travel and leisure in the mid 1980s, travel in Tibet became one of the excellent travel and leisure passions across the world. With this, Tibet trips obtained more reputation amongst devoted tourists. Despite modernization over contemporary times Tibet has maintained the beauties of its previous years, such as the fascinating Gompas, historical marketplaces, ever-smiling and fun-loving Tibetans, awesome aqua blue lakes etc which compensate every tourist with an indelible life long memory.
Tibet is now a part of China, different than materialistic and modern phase of living TIBET is the land of spiritual exercise and tantrism practice in pure Buddhism. Bonpo, the tantric priest, very unusual to be found even in other part of Asia is fond of extensive exercise and tantric belief. Beside Buddhism, TIBET is also a perception of existence of sacred holy land for Hindus as Kailash and Mansarover.