Tibet is home to people whose predominant religion is Tibetan Buddhism, a form of Vajrayana Buddhism. It is inetersting to note that Tibetan Buddhism is practiced not just in Tibet but also in other places like in Mongolia, the Buryat Republic, the Tuva Republic, and in the Republic of Kalmykia.
Some of the most revered Buddhist figures of the world, like the Holy Dalai Lama, Panchen Lama and Karmapa, belong to Tibet.
For a Buddhist tourist then, Tibet, becomes one of the major destinations. This section on Tibet guides you to various aspects of Tibetan Buddhism - how it actually evolved in Tibet, its various features, schools, beliefs, deities, rituals and practices. You will also get information on the Holy Dalai Lama, Panchen Lama and Karmapa. Most importantly, the section offers you details of important Buddhist places and monasteries which you can pay a visit to during your trip. Information on festivals will help you find out if you can be a part of any of these during your trip.
So, if you wish to undertake a Buddhist trip and are still undecided about the destination, then you know you are at the right place. Tibet is just the place to be and you should immediately pick it up for your vacations. This section will help you plan out the details of your trip to this beautiful and rich (culturally) country.