During your Tibet travel, Buddhist monks and nuns prostrate in front of Lhasa’s Jokhang Temple. Its rooftop provides a breathtaking view of Barkhor Square and the iconic Potala Palace. An older woman spins a prayer wheel near Sera Monastery and smiles warmly. In no time, you can feel Tibet’s spiritual energy pulsing through the landscape, emanating from every colourful door and quiet niche.
This is no longer the forbidden land. If visiting Tibet has long been on your bucket list, now is the time to cross it off. It may be a long journey there, with permits, paperwork, and guides required. But you can leave all of that to your friends at Vibes Group UK, who will plan a private Tibet tour you’ll be telling your grandchildren about.
The turquoise blue Yamdrok Lake glistens in the sunlight, reflecting the cloudless Himalayan skies. The Tibetans’ favourite animal, Shaggy yaks, graze on the vast high-altitude plateaus. Mt. Everest’s North Base Camp is reachable by road, eliminating the need for trekking. This massive plateau in the Himalayas is fascinating, almost inhospitable terrain with friendly people.
You’ve most likely had a long love affair with the concept of Tibet. Your soul will now be touched by the reality of it.