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Shalu-Nartang trek, Shegatse

  • Shalu to Nartang Trek in Tibet begins at the memorable Shalu Monastery, goes through a few towns and also uninhabited dry gulches, and after that finishes at Nartang Monastery. It is the briefest trek course in Tibet, pretty much 15 hours strolling, you can partitioned into 2 or 3 days as per your own physical condition. The discretionary strolling season is from the earliest starting point of April to the end of October. Shalu Nartang trek begins from shigatse or Gyantse, the acclaimed urban areas in Tibet . We will drive to Shalu Monastery and navigates west over several little ranges to Ngor Monastery.



     Location
    : Tibet

    Prices
    : Rs 15,000 to Rs 25,000

    Best time to visit
    : May, June, August

    Altitude: 3650m

    Difficulty level
    : Average

    Highlights
    : • Tsetang town • Samye valley • Samye Monastery • Shalu Monastery commonly known as Zhalu Monastery • The seat of Buton Rinpoche • Ngor Monastery • Nartang Monastery • Shigatse and Lhasa city

Attractions

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Palcho Monastery

It is said that all your worries will vanish away if you visit a monastery. So, this time while you are visiting Tibet, don’t miss a chance to visit the Palcho Monastery. Considered as one of the main monastery in Gyantse, Gyantse County, this monastery is also known as Pelkor Chode Monastery or Shekar Gyantse. With notable 108 chapels in its several floors and the old Dzong or fort, this monastery is a complex of structures.

Highlights: The outline and design of Palhor Monastery is a union of the three groups to consolidate distinctive basic Zhacangs (space for ministers), revered gods and more coordinated Tibetan Buddhist Culture. One can also find the Myriad Buddha as a capable Buddhist image and a calling card, making Palcho Monastery turns out to be more appealing and unique.

Location: Gyangze, Xigaze, Tibet, China

Price: The entry is free of cost.
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Tashi Lhunpo Monastery

If you are planning to visit Tibet this time then Tashi Lhunpo Monastery is a must visit place for you. Founded in 1447 by the first Dalai Lama Tashi Lhunpo Monastery was built to maintain the peace and harmony with the individuals and world. The ministers living in this religious community form into solid individuals with empathy, a feeling of give up, trustworthiness and a profound regard for all creatures.

Highlights: Tashi Lhunpo Monastery looks to give the most ideal cutting edge instruction, alongside a profound and cozy comprehension of the legacy of Tibet. Tashi Lhunpo in its prime housed more than 4,000 monks and had four Tantric schools, each with its own Abbot. It is one of the four awesome religious communities of Central Tibet and was directed and cared for by the Dalai Lamas and Panchen Lamas.

Location: 7 Jijilangka Rd, Sangzhuzi Qu, Rikaze Shi, Xizang Zizhiqu, China

Price: The entry is free of cost.
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Tashilhunpo Festival

Tashilhunpo Festival, otherwise called Buddha Exhibition Festival in Tashilhunpo Monastery appreciates high prevalence among neighborhood Tibetans and sightseers. The celebration goes on for three days amidst the fifth lunar Tibetan month. Occasions achieve its peak with the uncovering of an enormous four-story-tall thangka (religious painting) on a tower behind the cloister.

The agenda revolves around the Lhasa city and its encompassing beautiful spots and visitors head to Tashilhunpo Monastery where you can partake different religious occasions that must be seen amid the enormous celebration. Tibet travel grant and all other vital licenses to Tibet. All cabin recorded in the schedule; it's your choice about the settlement class: extravagance 5-star universal inn, agreeable 4-star lodging, financial 3-star inn or spending plan inn, guesthouse or tent.

Location
: Lhasa

Highlights
: • Potala Place • Johkang Temple • Barkor Street • Drepung and Sera Monastery • One Day Tour for Tashilunpo Festival • Yambulakhang Palace • Tadruk Monastery • Departure from Tsedang
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Sakya Monastery

Sakya Monastery in Tibet is a stupendous vacation spot that is known for its gathering of Tibetan wall paintings, droning ministers, hallowed Buddhist parchments and books and thangkas. Sakya Monastery is the rule sanctuary of the Sakyapa order of Tibetan Buddhism. Its principle corridor can oblige 10,000 droning friars. More than 40,000 consecrated parchments, including the extremely valuable Burde Gyaimalung, are housed here.

A few parchments are composed with The organizer of the Sakyapa group, Khon Konchog Gyalpo, assembled the white castle on the Chun Qu River in 1073 on a dark dirt slope. Occupants named the sanctuary "Sakya", which implies dark soil. Every one of that remaining parts of this northern sanctuary are ruins.



Location
: Sakya about 100 miles from the Nepal’s border in the Tibetan prefecture of Shigatse

Prices
: CNY 45 Best time to visit: 09:00 to 18:30

Highlights
: • Large Collection of Sutras • Tibetan Traditional Art (Thankas & Murals) • Religious Ceremonies

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