32 thoughts on “Tibet Vacation Travel Video Guide

  1. Errolea brown says:

    And life was so calm that they could remember where they came from in their past life, floating gently from one life to the next. Life certainly has changed but could be that peaceful again.

  2. Mohammed Ahmad Naz says:

    This is true that Dalai Lama was the biggest slaveholder before 1950s in Tibet. Thanks to CCP, the ordinary Tibetans can own their own land and pasture. They are not slaves any more, they are FREE! and better off.

  3. Manoj Bala says:

    Trying my best to reach Tibet, to be at the place where Guru Rinpoche spent a lot of time. Being an Indian, it’s quite complex and very expensive to get to Tibet. Nepal is an option to crossover but is not very clear. But the end of the video gave me hope. I heard Tashi delek so many times during my Taksang trek in Bhutan on the day of Bhutanese new year in 2018. Happiness and blessings, and I hope guru padmasambhava would give me permission to visit samye one fine day. Thanks for the video

  4. Johnny Haynes says:

    WHY ARE THESE PEOPLE ALWAYS SO POLITICAL WITH MOSTLY EVERYTHING THEY WATCH IN " YOUTUBE " ?? THIS A " TRAVEL FILM " DA ! HALF OF THESE PEOPLE HAVE NO IDEA WHAT THEY ARE TALKING ABOUT ,, " EXPOZA KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK " LOVE THE FILM AND ALL THE OTHERS ,,,,,,,, ENJOY !

  5. Jimmy Wong says:

    Welcome to Tibet!
    Tibet is one province of China! Tibetan is one of the 56 Chinese ethnic family!
    Actually the unified Tibetan leader Songzain Gambo (617-650) asked Emperor Taizong of Tang to send a princess to Tibet and got married with her as his wife. Tibetan intermarriage with Han Chinese thousand years ago and are gradually absorbed into China, long before the world's other part civilization.

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