There is such a place, you are yearning before you go, and you are fascinated after you have been there; this place is called Tibet.

Tibet is a sacred place. Tibet is a dream for me. It is not suitable for everyone, nor is it suitable for walking. It is limited by too many external factors; time, weather, road conditions, physical conditions, may be the reason you miss it.

With the arrival of March, Tibet tourism began to enter the peak season slowly.

I think the first peak should be the Peach Blossom Festival from Bomi.

Bomi Peach Blossom

In the distant snow peaks, there are also white snow, and the peach blossoms in the mountains and fields are like the drunken clouds. On the slopes of the banks of the Niyang River, the pink peach blossoms are infinitely charming and enchanting in the embrace of the imposing snow-capped mountains. Taolin, wheat fields, blue sky and white clouds complement each other, showing the unique scenery of “Snowland Jiangnan”, and letting people enjoy the most romantic and beautiful spring in Tibet.

After watching the enchanting peach blossoms, let us follow the wheel and turn to the next destination: the Tibetan Buddhist holy land – Lhasa

Here is the Potala Palace, the largest and most complete ancient palace complex in Tibet.

When you stroll through the Potala Palace, you can also walk to the nearby Jokhang Temple and Barkhor Street.

After visiting Lhasa, you can choose to visit the three holy lakes in Tibet, Yang Zhuo, the Nam Co, and Ma Ma, and appreciate the Everest Base Camp.

Everest Base Camp

From Everest Mountaineering Base Camp (5200 meters above sea level), it is the starting point for climbing the world’s first peak. It is also the best place to enjoy Everest’s best place to visit Everest Base Camp and look at the Holy Land Everest.

Yam Zhuo

Yamdrok is known as the most beautiful water in the world. In the eyes of Tibetans, Yanghu Lake is regarded as “the turquoise earrings scattered by the goddess”, because no matter which angle you are in, you can’t see the whole picture of Yang Zhuo.

Nam Co

Nam Co, the largest lake in Tibet, is the sacred place in the eyes of pilgrims. It is said that Namco is the wife of the emperor, the wife of Nyainqentangla, and the sacred land that must be visited by the devout men and women. The five islands in the lake are known as the incarnation of the Five-Party Buddha. Those who go to Shenhu Lake to worship the Buddha will pray devoutly.

If time is not tense, you can return to Lhasa to go to the northern part of Tibet, which is known as Tibet in Tibet. In the summer, there will be many people here. The requirements in other parts of Tibet are stricter. Therefore, before going to the northern part of Tibet, you must check your body and follow your body. You must not catch a cold before you go. Although life is a challenge, at the same time life is only once.

Mabian wrong

Malang is wrong with Buddhism called “Sacred Lake.” Every summer and autumn, Buddhists help the old to bring their children to this “pilgrimage”, and in the “Holy Water” to “bath the body” to “longevity.” Ma Biao’s mistake is known as the “mother of the world’s rivers and rivers”. It is the place where the Tang Dynasty Gaochun Xuanzang was called “Xi Tian Yao Chi” in the “Da Tang Western Regions”.

Gang Rinpoche

Gang Rinpoche generally refers to the Gangrenboqi Peak, which stands in the Alibland County of Tibet. It is the birthplace of the major rivers such as the Ganges, the Indus and the Yarlung Zangbo River, and the most famous mountain in Tibet. It is shaped like an olive and is inserted into the sky. The top is like a colorful round crown, surrounded by an eight-petal lotus surrounded by crystals.

When you get it wrong

After a mistake, you can see the most famous lake in the minds of Tibetans in northern Tibet. Located in the beautiful side of the lake, it is held by a tribe on the edge of the uninhabited area of ​​Hoh Xil. This tribe is the Wenbu, known as the last Bon tribe.

If conditions permit, Tibet is really a place you should not miss. What others say is worse than what you see.