North Pole and South Pole are known as the two extremities of the earth. But some people call Tibet the world's third extremity, considering its height above sea level. Lured by this observation, we embarked to a trip to this mysterious land of snow-covered mountains.
In the past one hundred years, countless people made an attempt to go to Tibet through the ancient "Musk Road" but many failed to reach the destination and some even died on the long and tortuous way. Thanks to the construction efforts over the past decades, travel to Tibet is no longer considered a perilous undertaking.