The great mountains of China come with a wealth of history. When you’re tackling the sacred mountains of Tibet, you’re not only getting up close and personal with some of the world’s highest summits, but you’ll receive an immersive experience in Tibetan culture and customs, knowing that you’re exploring what many describe as the roof of the world, infused with a scared air emanating from the collection of mountain monasteries.
Best time to visit
Visit during the milder months between March and August for ideal mountain climbing conditions
What's the weather like?
The vast landscape of China ranges in climate from desert in the north to subtropical in the south. The north and central regions receive much rain with hot summers and cold winters. The southern regions have tropical summers and cool winters
The giant terrain of China lies on the Pacific coast in Southeast Asia. It is the third largest country in the world and holds the world’s most populous country, with 1.4 billion people. Its vast landscape is extremely diverse, from wide and rolling plains to sandy dunes, from snow-covered mountains to deep river valleys and high plateaus. China is home to endlessly breathtaking landscapes
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