Tibet Nature Tour

Tibetan History:

Tibetan General History:

Tibetan History

Tibetan history is a rich and complex tapestry that spans over 2,000 years. Before the 7th century, Tibetan history was been passed down from generation to generation by word of mouth.

Therefore, the earliest recorded history of Tibet dates back to the 7th century when the Tibetan Empire was established under the rule of King Songtsen Gampo. During his reign, the Tibetan Empire expanded its territory and became a major power in Central Asia. King Songtsen Gampo is also credited with introducing Buddhism to Tibet and building many important religious sites such as the Jokhang Temple, Ramoche Temple, and Potala Palace in Lhasa.

For around 300 years, the Tibetan empire was established well and prosperously. During that time, the Kings of Tibet also focused more on Tibetan Buddhism and invited major gurus or teachers from India to flourish Buddhism in Tibet and also founded many great monasteries in Tibet.

Though, in the 9th century, the Tibetan Empire collapsed, and Tibet was divided into smaller kingdoms. During this period, Buddhism continued to flourish in Tibet, and many important religious figures such as Atisha, Milaralpa, Tsongkhapa, and many great scholars played a significant role in shaping Tibetan Buddhism.

In the 13th century, Tibet came under the rule of the Mongol Empire, and the Tibetan leader, Sakya Pandita, became a key advisor to the Mongol Emperor. This period saw the emergence of the Sakya school of Tibetan Buddhism, which became one of the dominant schools of Tibetan Buddhism.

In the 17th century, the Fifth Dalai Lama became the ruler of Tibet and established the local Ganden Phodrang government in Tibet. The Dalai Lamas became the spiritual and political leaders of Tibet and played a crucial role in Tibetan culture and Tibetan Buddhism.


Silvia - Italy
Read More
My family and I took a Tibet Flight to Lhasa from Shanghai and had a nice tour guide with us who was pure Tibetan, and fluent in English.  The entire trip to Lhasa was incredible, with delicious Tibetan cuisine, yak milk, and meat that is only found in this region. We were thrilled to see the ancient structures, and the tomb, and to learn more about the Dalai Lama's past. One thing that was holding us back was a headache caused by a lack of oxygen. Overall, it was a wonderful experience, and I advise travelers to spend a few days somewhere with a moderate mindset before traveling to Tibet.

Why Travel with Tibet Nature Tour?

24/ 7 Services During The trip

Tibet Nature Tour is a good friend for your travel to Tibet, therefore we offer 24 hours services during your trip.

Hassle-Free Travel

We put all our efforts to make sure that you’ll receive a hassle-free and memorable travel experience in Tibet.

Experienced, Knowledgeable, Fun-loving Local Tibetan Tour Guide

Our Local Tibetan Tour guides are experienced, knowledgeable, and fun-loving. We also welcome anything questions with a smile on our face. 

Tibet Tour Gallery