Tibet had a unique culture, religion, and language for the past centuries before that China invaded it in the 50’s, in fact, this event changed Tibet completely during the last 50 years.
Since this time, Tibetans are fighting to preserve their culture and resist oppression.
Tibetan culture is indistinctly linked to Tibetan Buddhism.
Most of Tibetans are devoted to the Dalai Lama. His exile and treatment by the Chinese government are sources of grief and anger. Crossing the Tibetan plateau raising yaks have been a traditional life in Tibet since ever.
The best way to live an authentic Tibetan experience is by foot, for example you can choose to hike across the mountain trails to explore cliff-side Buddhist heritage, walk with Tibetan pilgrims to glorify sacred Buddhist mountains and lakes; meet welcoming locals walking through beautiful villages and vast yak pasture, or give your best to reach the world’s highest peak foot in snowy Himalayan regions, etc.