Tibet Travel Guide

Articles about Tibet

By Erika Owen
Brian Dickinson successfully climbed Mount Everest by himself back in 2011 after his guide fell ill mid-trip. Earlier this week, Twitter announced a brand new way to view content under one topic: Moments. What do these two things have in common? A...
By Victoria Hardy

Reeling from a messy split? Treat yourself with some post-divorce travel therapy.

By Sarah Gold
Wandering through the riotous, labyrinthine stalls of Bangkok’s Chatuchak Market has given you an appetite. For hours, you’ve been pressing between crowds of local women haggling over mangoes, melons, and rank-smelling durian fruit; karaoke-CD haw...
By Bree Sposato
Trekking, Walking, and Biking Alpine Ascents Adrenaline-inducing mountaineering trips that tackle the world’s tallest peaks, including less extreme itineraries such as a seven-day hike up Tanzania’s Mount Kilimanjaro. 206/378-1927. T+L Trip...
By Travel + Leisure Staff

Hotels in Tibet

Opened in December 2010, this is among the first of a handful of new hotels that are upping the ante on luxury on Tibet's windswept plateau (Shangri-La and InterContinental are on the horizon for 2012).

Things to do in Tibet

Since its founding in 1978, this adventure company has developed a vast range of trips, including a line called WT Expeditions: rugged, one-off explorations dreamed up as the particular passions of individual guides. T+L Trip pick NEW Tibet: The World’s Highest Trek.