A concept long believed among people was that trekking in Tibet was only for the tough ones; the ones who can live for days without proper rest and proper intake of nutrition. One also believed, trekking tours in Tibet demanded yearlong preparations and quitting your job; leave alone all the expenses one will have to incur to make arrangements and get to Tibet and then trek the Himalayas. With tourism becoming very common globally and an important source of income for every country on the planet, trekking in Tibet is a much fair and doable idea among people who imagined they were never capable. The attractions of the treks in Tibet gave a big boost to the tourism industry, which led to the rise and innovations in the hospitality industries.
Now the outskirts of Tibet have better living and lodging options with the views of the gorgeous mountains and the chilly breeze, allowing one to take enough time to rest before they set out on their long imagined treks. The plateau of Tibet is four times the size of France and is a home to some of the toughest and mesmerizing treks on the planet with Himalaya stretched over most of its land. The treks here approach the tip of the Himalayas from the north, popularly known as the ‘Roof of the World’. The treks are tough from this side due to the weather conditions being more dry and cold than that of Nepal and India. Thrillophilia arranges trekking tours in Tibet to many of the advance Mount Everest base camps for travelers who want to get a taste of what it feels to head towards the tip of the Everest. Thrillophilia also plans a combination of treks with sightseeing and other activities in a single tour, utilizing the opportunity of your visit efficiently.