Tibet

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Tibet — The flash of a monk's robes, the heady scent of incense wafting through the air, and the murmur of chanting pilgrims add to Tibet’s mystical allure.

Why Go

For the chance to get close to Buddhism and to see the land culturally and controversially linked to China.

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What's New in Tibet

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Shangri-La's New Hotel Will (Literally) Take Your Breath Away

January 16, 2014 by Alex Schechter

If luxury hotels are meant to give travelers a heightened experience of the destination, there may well be no more dramatic experience than the brand new ... Read More »

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5 New Train Routes To Feed Your Wanderlust

August 20, 2013 by Alex Schechter

As convenient as airlines can be, the act of flying often sucks the joy out of getting there, wherever 'there' might be. After enduring the endless security ... Read More »

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Inspired Travel: Jiuzhai Valley National Park in China

April 16, 2013 by Amanda Black

Jiuzhai Valley National Park, or locally known asJiuzhaigou (Chinese for “Nine Village Valley” because there are nine Tibetan villages scattered throughout the ... Read More »

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A Date with the Dalai Lama in Dharamsala, India

November 13, 2012 by Elissa Richard

In my humble opinion, the Dalai Lama is just about the best darned human being roaming planet Earth today – if there’s such a thing as a holy man, he’s truly it ... Read More »

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Top 10 Sacred Places

March 28, 2012 by ShermansTravel Editorial Staff

Travel as a vehicle for spiritual transformation is hardly a new notion – seekers have practiced the act of pilgrimage as long as they've looked to the skies to ... Read More »

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