Tibet, dream destination for many travelers and adventure admirers from all over the world. One reason is it’s isolated position from the rest the world until the early 20th century. It is host to the world’s tallest mountains with Mount Everest the tallest at 8848 meters, over 1500 lakes, vast plateaus and great river valleys.
Linguists generally classify the Tibetan language as a Tibeto-Burman language of the Sino-Tibetan language family. Although spoken Tibetan varies according to the region, the written language is consistent throughout.
The main religion of Tibet has been Buddhism, which was introduced here 1300 years ago by Guru Rinpoche. It is better known quite simply as Tibetan Buddhism.
The weather in Tibet has similar seasons to China. Lower temperatures though due to the higher altitudes. The atmosphere is very dry most months of the year. The average annual snowfall is only 46 cm. It is one of the harshest places for human existence. Weather is cool in summer but extremely cold in winter, solar radiation is extremely strong. During spring and autumn you need to be prepared for four seasons in one day, including the possibility of snowfall.
There are some regional variations; northern and western Tibet are generally higher and colder. The monsoon affects parts of Tibet from mid-July to the end of September.Summers (between May – September) have warm days with strong sunshine and cool nights. At higher elevations (above 4000m) even summer days can be chilly. Winters (between November – March) are cold but there isn’t all that much snow. The period from April to October is the best time to visit and makes Tibet a dream destination, avoiding the coldest months from December to February.
Regional differences: In northern Tibet, the climate is not favorable with an average temperature of subzero and winter lasts from October through May or June. July and August are the best time to visit the area to enjoy warm temperatures, intense sunshine, beautiful scenery and lots of festivals.
Eastern Tibet enjoys its high season from May to September with the exception of July and August because of the Monsoon season: half of Tibet’s annual rainfall happens in July and August bring. In winter, roads are all blocked by heavy snow. Landslides are no exception making traveling difficult.
Although southern Tibet is mild during May through October most rainfall comes from June to September. Heavy rains during the night block roads and make traveling difficult.
Besides excellent relationships with airlines professional bodies and travel companies, Royal Mountain Travel has close alliances with many well known hotels and accommodation and this is one of the reasons for its success.
Royal Mountain Travel makes every effort to provide the best and most suitable accommodation to its guests to meet their individual preferences. 3 star, 4 star or 5 star Hotels, we carefully select the best ones in all the cities in our most important destinations. From very modern, Pagoda or Monastery style to the Heritage Awards winning hotel Dwarika’s. So no matter what your wishes are or what your budget might be. We have a suitable hotel room for you!
Following are some preferred hotels with which we have excellent business relationships with:
“Experiencing Tibet is something unique,
its remarkable culture and striking landscapes. It is a once in a lifetime
“We are also grateful to BK and Inger
for planning a trip in such a way
that we avoided altitude sickness”
“Baikuntha Simkhada our
tour leader looked after us with
He was like a very good friend”
“I will never forget the day that one of my guests proposed his girl friend in Everest Base Camp”
Tour leaderTashi Sherpa
“we had a fantastic tour. We appreciated all the experience brought to the trek. We would highly recommend trekking with Royal Mountain”Ashley Payne and Ryan Tegenfeldt – Canada
“The trip went well and
Amir at Royal Mountain
Travel did a good job”