Tour of Central Tibet
This tour of central Tibet is the ideal trip for those seeking adventure, but only have a short amount of time to spend in this sacred location. The trip explores the central hub of Tibet, including Lhasa, Tsedang and the Yarlung Tsangpo Valley, the Samye Valley, Gyantse, and Shigatse. History and religion both blend and come alive as you explore ancient monasteries, see incredible views of the Himalayas and watch traditional traders as they have worked the ancient marketplaces for centuries. There is even an optional train trip through the forbidden region of the Gobi Desert.
Tibet is the traditional homeland of Tibetan people well different ethnic group like Monpa, Tamang, Qiang, Sherpa, and historically region is covered by the Tibetan plateau in inner of Asia. the architecture of Tibetan is a reflection as China and India. The highest mountain of Tibet is in the altitude of 8,848m. Tibet is in the highest region on the earth 4,900m.
The most distinctive feature of Tibetan architecture is that many of the houses and monasteries are built on elevated, sunny sites facing the south, and are often made out the different mixture of rocks, wood cement, and mud. Walls are usually sloped inwards at 10 degrees as a precaution against the frequent earthquakes in this mountainous area.