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5 days Lhasa Namtso lake tour leads you feel Tibetan's cultural and the wonderful scenery
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4 Days Mysterious China Lhasa Tour. Itinerary covers Potala Palace, Sera Monastery, Norbulingka Park, Drepung Monastery, Jokhang Temple and Barkhor Street.
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Our private 4 day Tibet tours are designed to stretch the boundaries of ordinary travel, and will give you an intimate knowledge of the lands, culture, and people of Tibet. We create authentic cultural connections that allow you to experience the bounties on the “roof of the world,” rather than just seeing one monastery after the next. So if you’re tired of the same old tour routes companies have been using for years, let us help you discover the hidden gems of Tibet with these unique tours. Highlights of the Trip: Deep into the Tibetan Culture, Daily Life, None-man-made Nature, discover more & Learn More...
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After a classic tour in Lhasa(Potala Palace, Johkang Temple, and Barkhor Street, etc.), you will have a detour to Yamdrok Lake, one of the three largest lakes in Tibet. The water is as clean as crystal, the glimmering water will shock you in sunshine. Carry yourself a sense of worship when standing beside the lake!
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After enjoying the spiritual heart of Tibet, with the highlights of Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, and Barkhor pilgrimage circuit etc, let’s have a fantastic day trip away to Ganden Monastery, where you would enjoy superb views of the Kyi-chu Valley, and large numbers of pilgrims and monks offering prayers, rubbing holy rocks and prostrating themselves along the path.
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Besides the highlights in Lhasa, of Potala Palace which is Dalai Lamas’ winter palace, the Buddhism Center “Jokhang Temple”, and the colorful bazaar where souvenirs are purchased, you are not proposed to see more monasteries afterwards, but it is all at your disposal. Furthermore, you will see the magnificent Tashilumpu Monastery which is the Penchan Lamas’ Seat, the highest mountain Everest, and her other sisters along the Himalaya Ranges. Till here, you can go back to the starting point Lhasa, or you can also extend to Himalaya Kingdom Nepal, and his capital Kathmandu.
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This 5-day tour will take you to know Tibetan culture, people and land. Besides the most popular city Lhasa, we will bring you to Tsethang,the capital of the Shannan Prefecture where you can visit Yamye Monastery, Yumbulakang Palace, TrundrukMonnastery. And you can also learn how to make joss stick and Tibetan porcelain, or Thangka, or you could learn how Tibetans turn yak dung into a good fuel or how they gather in the harvest. In this way, you can be a Tibetan for one day. Through this tour, you will get an unforgettable and pleasant journey in Tibet.
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To visit Tibetan culture cradle and center of Tibet, you will have a visit to Lhasa and Tsedang, which are the modern and old center of Tibet. Tsedang, the capital of Shannan Prefecture, sees the beginning and booming of ancient Tibet, while Lhasa now is the booming center, so this 4-day trip won’t fail you.
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This exciting 5 day tour showers you with the riches of Tibet. Come and walk in the mysterious footsteps of this ancient civilization and culture around Lhasa. On this tour you’ll also have a chance to visit the home of a local Tibetan, where you can see how they live and ask them questions over an unending glass of yak butter tea. You’ll also have a chance to step off the map and take a walk around the sandy shores of the emerald Lake Yamdrok. Staring into the lake’s crystal reflection you’ll see a new cathedral in the sky, and then, you’ll understand why Tibet is such a holy place.
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Give us 4 days, we return you an amazing trip to Tibet. Lhasa is a city that is worth of visiting when you first go to Tibet, where you can visit Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Barkhor Street, a big free market with its prolific stalls for selling local specialties.Culture of Buddhism is an important part for Tibetans, so you can also visit other monasteries or go to Yamdrok Lake or Namtso where you can appreciate holy lakes of Tibet.
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This tour features the best of Lhasa and the beautiful Yamdrok Lake, the biggest fresh water lake in north Himalaya.You’ll get a chance to immerse into the unique culture of Tibet in Lhasa as well as to appreciate the stunning natural beauty of the plateau.
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The land of snows, the roof of the world, for travelers, Tibet is without doubt one of the most remarkable places to visit, it has many attractions for visitors. The people of the plateau are bluff, stout-heart, friendly, and outgoing, living in complete harmony with their environment. Now, let’s become a Tibetan, enjoy the Tibetan style life and see how their daily life is!
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The Gyangtse Dhamang Festival, also known as the Gyangtse Horseracing & Archery Festival began in 1408 which is the oldest festival in Tibet and generally falls on April 15-18 of the Tibetan calendar, this year from the 20th-23rd, July according to the Gregorian calendar. Traditionally, contests include horse races, archery, and shooting on galloping horseback, and so on. Nowadays, all kinds of entertainment and fairs have been added to this plateau carnival in Tibet, such as ball games, track and field events, picnicking, folk songs and dance, as well as barter trade. Religious activities also are part of the event..
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It is said that Horse Racing Festival in Damxung is introduced from Mongolia to Tibet. So far a singer who can sing the song in Mongolian comes to sing Mongolian song. Damxung Horse Racing Festival (Dang Ji Ren Horse Race Festival in Tibetan language means Lamas chant sutras.) starts on every July 10th of Tibetan calendar, takes three days, and lasts for more than one month. In fact, the Festival is done for the good harvest, the commodity fair and the entertainment. Gradually, Lama Culture and politics permeate the Festival.
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