High up in the Himalayas are two amazing places in the highest regions in the world. Sharing a border that crosses directly over the summit of Mount Everest, Tibet and Nepal are neighbors in more than one sense of the word. Not only do they share Mount Everest, by they also share many other high Himalayan mountains, since their border follows the line of the Himalayas from north to south. Therefore, more and more tourists choose the Nepal Tibet Tour and experience the subtle differences between them.
Just as the Tibetan Plateau is unique in this world, the Tibetan people also have unique customs and culture, especially their food. As a tourist it’s a great idea to go on a Tibet tour, so you are exposed to all aspects of the culture. Tibetan cuisine is based in the culinary traditions and practices of the people and the land. Some foods are more popular than others, and are eaten at every meal, while some are not eaten at all, for various cultural and religious reasons.