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This is the Blog categories of the I-Tibet travel. A Tibetan travel agency in Tibet‘s website. Here, we will be writing about the articles about topic relating to Tibet tourism and travel. additionally, We will also write articles about Tibetan culture and tradition.

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Sakya monastery

2019-03-05T04:09:59+00:00Categories: Blog|

Sakya monastery is located at the northern hill of Sakya county in Shigatse prefecture of Tibet autonomous region of China. In year 1023 of Tibetan water ox year, Khon Kunchock Gyalpo, a well learn Buddhist scholar of Nyimapa sect found this location a very auspicious and decide to establish a monastery at the location. Skaya literary

Nepal Earthquake 2015 and Tibet tourism update

2019-01-18T10:45:29+00:00Categories: Blog|

Nepal Earthquake 2015 and Tibet tourism update Tibet-Nepal border opens  Tibet-Nepal border opens for the international travel from Kyirong port. click here for more Nepal Earthquake: Update at noon 26th April 2015 25th April 2015: a powerful earthquake shook Nepal on Saturday near its capital Kathmandu. The Earthquake with an estimated 7.1 sucks shortly before noon.

Tsedang རྩེ་ཐང།

2019-03-05T06:39:20+00:00Categories: Blog|

TseDang is known as the ancient capital of Tibet. It is a home of Tibetan civilization. It has been the capital of till the rule of Songtsen Gampo, how later moved his capital to Lhasa after the building Pabongkha in Lhasa. Tsedang is situated in the Yarlung Tsangpo valley, Its situated at the 183 km, southwest

Mount Kailash གངས་རིན་པོ་ཆེ་།

2019-03-05T08:06:16+00:00Categories: Blog|

Mount Kailash is a peak in the Gangdise mountains, a part of western Himalaya in Tibet. It lies near the source of some of the longest rivers in Asia: The Brahmaputra river which flows in Northeastern India and then to Bangladesh, the Indus river, the Karnali river (a tributary of the Ganges river and the Sutlej

Tibetan Dzi beads གཟི།

2019-01-18T10:45:38+00:00Categories: Culture|

Tibetan Dzi beads are the most expensive things you can buy in Tibet as a souvenir during Tibet tour. The most costly Dzi you can buy are the ancient Dzi, which would cost you about the millions of RMB. In 1980’s many travelers had the opportunity of purchasing the ancient Dzi from local Tibetans. What is

Everest base camp

2019-03-05T04:39:01+00:00Categories: Blog|

Everest Base camp in this website refers to the tourist base camp at the foot of Everest in Tibet. It has become a trendy tourist destination in Tibet for both trekkers and the travelers. As being a guide, I have visited the Everest Base camp of about three fourth of all the tours we undertake in

Yamdrok Lake ཡར་འབྲོག་གཡུ་མཚོ་།

2019-03-05T07:25:37+00:00Categories: Blog|

Yamdrok Lake is one of the four holy lakes in Tibet, besides Lhamo Lha Tso, Namtso, Manasarovar. These Lakes are as the Great Wrathful Lakes” guarded by the goddess Dorje Gegkyi Tso. Yamdrok consider very holy, and every human being in southern and central Tibet would make the pilgrimage here once in their lifetime. According to our

Gyantse རྒྱལ་རྩེ་།

2019-03-05T04:58:09+00:00Categories: Blog|

Gyantse is located at 3977 meters above sea level and 254 km south-west of Lhasa. The town is located between Karola glacier and Shigatse town. It is considered the third largest town in Tibet after Shigatse and Lhasa. The town is strategically located at the focal point of the ancient trade route between Tibet, Nepal, and

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