Cycling In Tibet: Explore Tibet On Cycle

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Tibet, the rooftop of the world, has a vast territory. The beautiful sceneries include the natural lakes, glaciers, verdant forests, wild prairies, snow-capped mountains, exciting passes and much more. A tour for cycling in Tibet will also help you explore the unique cultural landscapes, villages, monuments, monasteries, vibrant bazaars and much more. Biking at this altitude is a challenging task, but the newly developed road and highway infrastructure of the region will make it more comfortable for you.

The Best Tibet Cycling Tours

The certified and best cycling tour providers in Tibet have well-crafted tours for cycling in Tibet for you. You can explore the culture and natural landscape to the maximum when you join a biking tour offered by a leading tour agency like Tibet Shambhala Adventure (certified by Tibet Tourism Bureau and the China National Tourism Bureau).  A typical Tibet cycle tour will start from Lhasa itself. There are many different and fascinating biking trails for you to enjoy, and all of these have one-of-a-kind root landmarks and attractions.

1. Yamdrok Lake Biking Tour

This biking tour will take you through the best attractions around Lhasa. You visit UNESCO World Heritage sites including Potala Palace and the Jokhang Temple among others. During this memorable biking tour, you will cross the Brahmaputra river, Buddhist monasteries, and the serene Tibetan villages as well. Apart from the beautiful Yamdrok Lake, you will also see Western Tibetan regions and the iconic Sakya monastery. The Mount Everest base camp and the Karola glacier are also in your itinerary.

2. Tibet Mountain Biking Tour

This tour has for you the first sight view of the majestic Mount Everest and the beautiful Buddhist monasteries including the Gyantse and the Tashi Lhunpo monasteries. Among the major attractions are included the forest gorges lying on the Nepal Tibet border.

3. New Tibet Biking Tour

The two-day tour of cycling in Tibet includes the visit to important cultural landmarks of Tibet including Potala Palace. You will bike through a stretch of 90 kilometers on the new highway (Qinghai Tibet highway) of the region, and side by side the highest railway rail network of the world, which lies in the same region. Geothermal water springs, monasteries, thrilling passes, and the historic bridges are part of the route.

Choosing a certified and leading Tibet biking tour provider will ensure that your biking tour is safe and covers even those areas that are still largely unexplored.

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