Treks into the Heart of Tibet

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An excellent choice for those who want to get a close look at the Tibetan herders and their semi-nomadic lifestyle. Beginning at Tsurphu Monastery this rugged walk crosses several alpine valleys before emerging into the broad and windswept Yangpachen valley. This is a high elevation trek exceeding 4400m for the entire duration and a maximum elevation of 5300m at the Lasar-la. Combining alpine tundra and sweeping mountain panoramas with visits to monasteries and a nunnery, this trek nicely balances cultural and wilderness activities.
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The focus of this trip is a spectacular 4 day trek that gets you out of Lhasa and quickly into some of the most spectacular trekking terrain you will ever see. Starting 2 days at the famous Lake Namtso we camp away from the normal tourist site, sharing our camp with nomads and yaks. Not too far the base of Mt. Chomokangar, a stunning peak just short of 7000m. We then spend the next 2 days exploring the incredible alpine environment and views. If you only have a short amount of time and you want to get amongst glaciers, alpine lakes, yaks and pikas and experience camping out near yak herders piques your interest, this trip is a perfect choice.
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This Tibet Monastery Trekking Tour offers the hiking trip between Shalu and Ngor Monastery. This trek follows the old trade route making a glorious chapter in Tibetan History come alive for hikers. In this 9 days trekking tour, you will see not only many beautiful palces in Lhasa, but also Shalu Monastery, Ngor Monastery, Nartang Monastery and Tashilunpo Monastery and have many trekkings around these famous monasteries. It is about a 10 hour trekking from Shalu to Ngor, which is divided into two days and another half day to Nartang Monastery. This hiking trip is just a good opportunity to get a feel for trekking in Tibet. With so much to see and explore in Tibetan Monasteries, this trekking tour will truly be an unforgettable experience.
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This unforgettable tour will lead you through much of Tibet's magic, history, and culture. Along the way you will immerse yourself the true beauty, which is Tibet. Our trip will begin with 3 nights in the ancient city of Lhasa. While in Lhasa we will explore many of the city's attractions ranging from The Potala Palace to bustling market streets. For further acclimatization we will drive to Ganden and explore the Gelugpa Monastery. The actual trek we will follow is one of the most beautiful and popular treks in all of Tibet. Along the way we will cross two high passes and experience some amazing and remote regions of Tibet. The terrain is difficult, but easily done if properly acclimatized. AMS is common along the way, so stay hydrated and be careful while climbing through the passes and large valleys. It is possible to do the trek at any time throughout the year. However, any time between May and October is the best. Our final destination of our trek is the ancient Samye Monastery and its surrounding attractions. Our last day will be spent in exploring the Yarlun Valley, or valley of the tombs. You can learn a lot from these Tibetan people.
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In this 12 days tour,you will not only have a chance to see the beauty of the Lhasa city,such as:Potala Palace,Jokhang Temple,Sera Monastery,Drepung Monastery,but also can have a look of Yamdroktso Lake,Tashilunpo Monastery,Rongphu Monastery and you even can have a more specific view of the life of the Everest Base Camp and do lots of trekking around Everest Base Camp which will make you never want to leave. Everest Base Camp trekking is the second popular trekking route in Tibet. And most of the time you will walk on a plateau over 4300m, even you will cross over one pass Nam-la 5300m, so this trekking route is a really difficult high-elevation.However, because of the high-altitude, it offers a splendour views of north face of Everest and other snow mountain peaks around. The Everest Base Camp Trekking tour can be done from April to late October. Our tour involves a few day sightseeing at Lhasa at first and some of the tours off the Friendship Hwy to Old Tingri to acclimatise.
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A trekking from Ganden to Samye is the most popular trekking route in Tibet. During this trek, you will see lakes, beautiful alpine forests and meadows, as well as two centres of Tibetan religious culture. The best time for this trekking is from May to Mid of Oct. Summer will be wet but the mountians are at their greenest and wild flowers spangle the alpine meadows. Before your start this trekking you need a couple of days at Lhasa to acclimatise.
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In this 9 days tour,you will see not only many beautiful palces in Lhasa,but also you can see Shalu Monastery,Ngor Monastery,Nartang Monastery,Tashilunpo Monastery and have many trekkings around these famous monasteries. This two or three days walk is a good opportunity to get a feel for trekking in Tibet. The two passes en route, Showa-la and Char-la, are not panicularly high or difficult and the trail heads are easily accessible from Shigatse. This trekking begins at the historic Shalu Monastery and traverses west over a couple of small ranges to Ngor Monastery. From Ngor it is a downhill slog to Nartang Monastery. The route passes through several villages as well as uninhabited dry canyons. It is about a 10 hours walk to Ngor from Shalu, which is best divided into two days and another seven hours from there to Nartang. This trekking tour can be done from April to the end of October.
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The Tsurphu to Yangpachen trekking is an excellent choice for those who want to get a close look at the Tibetan herders (drokpa) and their semi-nomadic lifestyle. Although they have permanent winter homes they still spend much of the year camping with their animals. Yangpachen Beginning at Tsurphu Monastery this rugged walk crosses several alpine valleys before emerging into the broad and windswept Yangpachen valley. This is a high elevation trekking exceeds 4400m for the entire duration and a maximum elevation of 5300m at the Lasar-la. Combining alpine tundra and sweeping mountain panoramas with visit to monasteries and a nunnery, this trekking nicely balances cultural and wilderness activities. The Best time for this trekking is from Mid- April to Mid of October.
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In this 12 day trip, you will not only visit the the most famous Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Sera Monastery, and Drepung Monastery,but also see Yumbulakang, Trundruk Monastery,and Samye Monastery. You can even do lots of trekking around the monasteries. This trip will give you a vivid image to the real aspect of Tibetan Buddhism.
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If you love adventures, you will have a wonderful experience trekking from Old Tingri to Mt. Everest Base Camp. Besides trekking to feel nature in Tibet, you may also like have a wonder in the monasteries to know about Tibetans.
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