Buddhism evokes a sense of spiritualism in every ear that meets the famous chant ‘Om Mani Padme Hum’ flowing out of the vocals of the Monks, recited in the Holy Temples. With the sweetness of the melody, a soul feels much rested standing on the grounds of Lord Buddha’s Land ‘Lhasa’. Tibet’s heavenly city and a pilgrim destination, Lhasa welcomes more than 20 million travelers a year seeking for deliverance. Being situated on the high altitudes and closest to the Himalaya base camp, the best trekking tours in Lhasa have attracted more trekkers over the years to witness the sovereign beauty of the Potala Palace and to pay their respects before they set off on their climb escapade. It is believed by many mountaineers that you visit Lhasa only when it calls for you. The treks between Lhasa to the Himalayan Base Camp and also the inter cities of Tibet offers the view of the livelihood holding strong influence of the Chinese cultures and similar traditions are followed.
The snow-covered mountains glisten under the ray of the golden sun and from a distant one can see all the towns decorated with multicolored flags holding the Buddhist chants. The treks are usually for a duration of 6 to 10 days crossing over the mountains and passes. The treks closer to Himalaya takes about 12 to 15 days and the weather conditions can be severe for people who are not used to the extreme cold climates. Thrillophilia has almost every destination point covered in their trekking tours in Lhasa. The start off points are mostly from Lhasa and globetrotters can easily reach these pickup points. Thrillophilia also arranges for tours within the cities along with sightseeing to keep their travelers engaged in the trip and also make the tour knowledgeable. Summer months are more advisable to trek as the winds are much stronger in the winters, making it difficult to stand ground and keep up.