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Best Places to Visit in Tibet of 2017

  • 01 Tibet Peaceful Liberation Monument

    Tibet Peaceful Liberation Monument
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    Standing tall in the southern part of the Potala square in Lhasa is the Tibet Peaceful Liberation Monument which celebrates the Peaceful Liberation of Tibet. The monument is 37-meter-high spire and was designed by Professor Qikang of the South-East University of China. It is shaped as Mount Quomolangma.

    Highlights: The Tibet Peaceful Liberation Monument has engraved names of the former general secretary and President Jiang Zemin. There is also an inscription referring to the “forces from Tibet in 1951 and also talks about the socio economic development. This monument is also stands as a tribute to freedom, joy, struggle, perseverance, rights for the Tibetian people.

    Location: The monument is located in front of the Potala Palace, where it is flanked by a pair of Popular Army soldiers.

    Price: The entry is free of cost.


  • 02 Tibet Museum

    Tibet Museum
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    With its amazing scenic beauty Tibet will never cease to enlighten you. There is another place which you should definitely visit while in Tibet, Tibet Museum. Learn about the musings of ancient China through a series of photographs, video and clear English-language display panels. This museum was inaugurated by Dalai Lama On April 30, 2000.

    Highlights: Tibet Museum mainly aims on spreading the knowledge of the Tibetian culture and history. The museum showcases 30,000 photographs, traveling exhibition. They also have a permanent exhibition that documents the Tibetan journey into exile across the Himalayan ranges. So guys, this museum should be on the top of your list on your next visit.

    Location: The Tibet Museum is located near the main temple of the 14th Dalai Lama, Tsuglag Khang, in the Dharamsala suburb of McLeod Ganj.

    Price: The approximate price to the museum is Rs 5.


  • 03 Drepung Monastery

    Drepung Monastery
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    Another monastery which is must visit for you in Tibet is the Drepung Monastery. It is one of the largest monasteries in the world, and housed 7,700 monks. The monastery mainly dedicated to study and preservation of the Tibetan Buddhist tradition of wisdom and compassion. They believe in the cultivation of both heart and intellect which will provide inner peace and kindness. This will also help the monks to nurture themselves in the community understanding, and global healing. The Ganden-Phodrang-Palace situated at Drepung Monastery was constructed by the 2nd Dalai Lama.

    Highlights: This monastery believes in providing their disciples with the perfect knowledge of inner peace and kindness. To study the texts of Jhe Tsong Kha Pa and his closest adept disciples and of Kunkhen and his son-like closest disciples as to wield as the key to open the treasure safe of the texts of the Indian Pundits .

    Location: Chengguan, Lhasa, Tibet, China

    Price: The entry is free of cost.


  • 04 Lhasa Great Mosque

    Lhasa Great Mosque
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    While you are visiting Tibet there is another site which is a must visit for you, Lhasa Great Mosque is another site which is lately becoming a hit among the people around the globe. Also, known as the Hebalin Mosque this mosque is a gathering hub for the Hui ethnic group in Tibet. This mosque was built in Tibetian traditional style with circular arch and steeple. The interior of the mosque is decorated with Islamic decorative style flowers and plants.

    Highlights: The Lhasa mosque has three entrances and courtyard with several main buildings, such as the prayer hall, water house, bath house, bunker building etc. The prayer hall has three main parts, including the inner hall, open hall and moon platform. Get amazed by the striking architecture and the exquisitely built interiors with blues as the basic colour.

    Location: Lhasa Great Mosque is located at Hebalin, Chengguan District of Lhasa.

    Price: The entry to this mosque is free of cost.


  • 05 Ganden Monastery

    Ganden Monastery
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    If you are looking for some peace and serenity then Ganden Monastery ion for is the perfect option for you. Ganden Monastery is the first and essential religious community of the Gelug Sect in Tibetan Buddhism. Its Tibetan name alludes to a great site in the Western Heaven of Buddhism. Sitting on the Wangbori Mountain which looks like a leaning back elephant toward the upper east of the Dagze County, the monastery confronting east charges a rise of 3,800 meters above ocean level.

    Highlights: The Ganden Monastery was inherent the mid fifteenth century. The Lamas residing here are administrated through the Xaze and Jamze Zhacangs. In the Qing Dynasty, the religious community had a portion of 3,300 individuals, while at its pinnacle, the cloister obliged 5,000 individuals.

    Location: The monastery is located at Dagze, Lhasa, Tibet, China

    Price: The entry is free of cost.


  • 06 Lulang Forest

    Lulang Forest
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    Tibet is a genuine common gallery of plants, facilitating the qualities of various plant species, which frame a showcase of the whole Asian vegetation. LuLang signifies "Loong King Valley" in Tibetan dialect, or "a spot that will make you overlook your home". It is situated by the Sichuan-Tibet Highway, around 80 km from Nyingchi County. In summer, the blooms will bloom. In Spring, it is of full-chestnut azaleas everywhere throughout the backwoods, which draws in swarms of flying creatures.

     In Summer, you can see brilliant wheat waves with freshing breezes in Lulang Forest. In Autumn, the leaves all turn yellow and afterward red aside from the evergreen pines. In Winter, snow falls on the woods and in addition the on the icy masses.



    Location
    : Go straight along the Sichuan-Tibet highway, some 80 km from Bayi Town to the east, Nyingchi County, Tibet

    Prices
    : Free

    Highlights
    : • Lulang Flower Sea • Lulang Five Villages • Natural Pastureland


  • 07 Gama Valley Trek

    Gama Valley Trek
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    Mt. Everest (29,035ft, 8850m), otherwise called Mt. Qomolangma, is never shy of guests. The sacrosanct and elevated rugged reach continues transmitting its powerful appeal to different wayfarers. Because of its unmistakable geological elements, Mt. Everest swarms with untamed valleys, good country ice sheets, towering mountains, uncommon natural life, and so forth. In like manner, Mt. Everest is frequently considered as one of the last heaven that can oblige the necessities of the considerable number of bold personalities.



    Location
    : Foot hills of Mount Everest

    Prices
    : Rs 5999 to Rs 6999

    Best time to visit
    : In winter

    Altitude
    : 8000m

     Difficulty level
    : Very high

    Highlights
    : • Arrive in Lhasa by Train or by Flight • Lhasa sightseeing - Potala Palace/Tibet Museum/Jokhang Temple/Barkhor Street • Lhasa Sightseeing - Drepung Monastery/Sera Monastery • Lhasa/Yamdrok-tso lake/Gyantse (3950meters) • Gyangtse/Shigatse/Old Tingri • Trek to Lungthang (4510 m) (5 hours/12km/150m up) • enjoy the road ride from Shigatse to Tingri • Tingri to Chutang Village • Showotso - Shauwula Pass - Orchid Valley


  • 08 Tsurphu Monastery

    Tsurphu Monastery
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    While in Tibet you will have a lot of options for exploring the monastery. In between them Tsurphu Monastery is a must visit place for you in Tibet. Tsurphu Monastery is an a gompa which serves as the customary seat of the Karmapa, the leader of the Karma Kagyu heredity of Tibetan Buddhism. The monastery stands at an elevation of 14,100 ft above .It was built amidst the valley confronting south with high mountains encompassing the complex. This religious community is said to be produced using the hairs of 100,000 dakinis, the black hat, decorated with gold is currently kept at Rubtek Monastery in Sikkim, India.

    Highlights: The monastery has an extremely well known religious celebration once in consistently and that is constantly held around Saka Dawa (birthday of Lord Buddha) which falls in the fourth lunar month. This religious celebration as a rule goes on for four days. Cham (religious move) was performed by nearby friars in the monastery by wearing assortment of defender and divinities' veils with traditions.

    Location: It is located in Gurum in Doilungdêqên District, Tibet Autonomous Region, China, 70 kilometres from Lhasa.

    Price: The entry is free of cost.


  • 09 Tashilunpo Monastery

    Tashilunpo Monastery
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    Tashilhunpo Monastery is one of the Six Big Monasteries of Gelugpa (or Yellow Hat Sect) in Tibet. Likewise called the Heap of Glory, it is situated at the foot of Drolmari (Tara's Mountain), Shigatse. Established by the First Dailai Lama in 1447, the religious community's structure was extended by the Fourth and progressive Panchen Lamas. Covering a range of about 300,000 square meters (3,229,279 sq. ft.), the primary structures found here are The Maitreya Chapel, The Panchen Lama's Palace and The Kelsang Temple. Remaining on the passage of Tashilhunpo, guests can see the great structures with brilliant rooftops and white dividers.



    Location
    : Foot of Drolmari (Tara's Mountain), Shigatse.

    Prices
    : CNY 80 (May 1-Oct.31); CNY 40 (Nov. 1-Apr. 30)

    Best time to visit
    : 09:00 to 17:00

    Highlights
    : • Jamba Chyenmu (The Maitreya Temple) • Sunning of the Buddha Festival • Largest Maitreya statue in China • Thangka Sunning Festival in summer


  • 10 Old Tingri to Everest Base Camp

    Old Tingri to Everest Base Camp
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    In spite of the fact that everybody is enthusiastic to have a decent perspective of the lofty Mount Everest, not all individuals can accomplish their fantasy, not to mention trek to visit the Everest. Tingri to Everest Base Camp (EBC) is prestigious as a world-class trekking course. You will achieve 70 km in 4 entire days by walking; the course of trekking is in a high-height area with elevations going somewhere around 4400m and 5300m, while in transit to Everest Base Camp you will have enough time to investigate the valleys and icy masses beneath the monstrous north-face of Mt. Everest and perspective the most heavenly world's most noteworthy mountain landscape.



    Location
    : Tingri

    Prices
    : Rs 6999 to Rs 7999

    Best time to visit
    : In winter

    Altitude
    : 3900 m

    Difficulty level
    : Moderately high

    Highlights
    : • Drive to Border, cross border and drive to Nyalam • Drive to Tingri • Trek to Lung Thang • Trek to Zommug • Exploration at Rongbuk Glacier • Sightseeing in Lhasa


    Top Things To Do in Old Tingri to Everest Base Camp

  • 11 Shalu-Nartang trek

    Shalu-Nartang trek
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    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


  • 12 Kharta Valley trek

    Kharta Valley trek
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    The Everest Kangshung Face trek is one of the finest outdoors trip in Tibet as it leads crosswise over remote modest flawless valleys along the way which are specked with lovely lakes, snow capped looking fields and blossomed glades, with incredible outdoors range and staggering perspectives of Makalu, Lhotse, Kangchenjunga and Everest Kangshung face. The Kharta valley trekking from Kharta into the delightful Karma Valley to the Everest Kangshung Face is a standout amongst the most bizarre and fascinating ways to deal with Mount Everest taking after a more remote and distinctive course. We cross the Shao La (4700m) into the forested Karma Valley and trek to the base camp at Pethang Ringmo.

    Location
    : Tibet

    Prices
    : Rs 5999 to Rs 6999

    Best time to visit
    : In winter

    Altitude
    : 5330m

    Difficulty level
    : high

    Highlights
    : • Drive from Kathmandu to Nyalam • Drive to Kharta village • Pethang Ringmo to Hoppo • Trek to Kharta • Drive to Rongbuk • Trek to Base of Langma La


  • 13 Ganden Samye trek

    Ganden Samye trek
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    Ganden to Samye Tibet trekking course is viewed as one of the best climbs on the planet. It is a satisfying and wonderful journey trip with much to offer, a diagram of Tibetan Buddhism and religious society, blue blessed lakes, high frigid passes and mountains, rich snow capped glades, sporadic herders' camp, peaceful Tibetan towns, time-respected consecrated locales, at long last coming full circle at the infertile, desert-like environment close to the Samye Monastery. On the off chance that you go to Tibet, we exceedingly prescribe you to attempt this trek, which will make your Tibet visit additionally intriguing. This is additionally an all around utilized journey course for Tibetans for it is helpful to join a visit to Ganden with a sensibly immediate yet hard stroll to Samye.



    Location
    : Tibet  

    Prices
    : Rs 8,000 to Rs 10,000

    Best time to visit
    : April to June and September to December

    Altitude: 4180m

    Difficulty level
    : Moderate

    Highlights
    : • Ganden Monastery • Samye Monastery • Traditional Tibetan Villages • Interesting outside experience


  • 14 Yarlung Tsangpo Grand Canyon

    Yarlung Tsangpo Grand Canyon
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    The 496.3-meter-long Yarlung Zangbo Grand Canyon has a normal profundity of 5,000 meters, yet drops in spots to 5,382 meters. Subsequent to these figures became visible, world topography reading material have must be changed; Yarlung Zangbo Grand Canyon is the world's most profound, longest, most astounding and most perilous one. Previously, the 5,133-meter-profound Grand Canyon of the Colorado was thought to be the most profound.

    Location
    : Tibet

    Prices
    : CNY 85 for entering

    Highlights
    : • The Grand Canyon is rich in forest resources. • There are rare and unique plants, and wildlife animals, such as king cobras, leopards, red pandas, musk deer, monkeys, tigers and virgin forests. • All kinds of wildlife exits here, so the Canyon is regarded as "the Gene Pool of Biological Resources", whilst enjoying fameas a "Geological Museum" because of the various geological phenomena. • You can also appreciate some humanistic landscapes: Qujiao Wu Temple, Buddha Palm Sand Dune, Ping Greeting Guests and South Jiabawa Peak.


    Top Things To Do in Yarlung Tsangpo Grand Canyon

  • 15 Sakya Monastery

    Sakya Monastery
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    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


  • 16 Samye Monastery

    Samye Monastery
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    Situated in the peaceful piedmont territory of the Shannan Region, the Samye Monastery is the principal sanctuary to be inherent Tibet and the main complete with the three Buddhist gems of Buddha, Dharma and Sangha. With these one of a kind components, this breathtaking sanctuary has turned into a fascination for guests from close and far. The sanctuary was worked by the Trisong Detsen (ruled 742-798) of the Tubo Kingdom and was directed by the Buddhist expert Padmasambhava.

    The Detsen contributed a great deal to the venture. At the point when the sanctuary was finished, Detsen joined in the establishment service and after that appointed seven relatives of nobility to develop in the sanctuary. They turned into the main gathering of ministers to inhabit the sanctuary and later the alleged 'Seven Enlighten Disciples of Samye'.

     

     Location
    : Tibet

     Highlights
    : • Wuzi Hall • Pagoda of Sangye Temple


    Top Things To Do in Samye Monastery

  • 17 Nyenchen Tanglha to Holy Lake-Namtso

    Nyenchen Tanglha to Holy Lake-Namtso
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    Nyenchen Tanglha trek is a spectacular trek of crossing the Nyenchen Tanglha Mountains to the celebrated blessed Lake Namtso. This Tibet trekking visit begins from Damxung, goes through, excellent knolls, glaciated valleys and heaps of the Nyenchen Thanguha reach to the pebbled shores of the lake. Subsequent to leaving Damxung valley, the course wends its way through a rough contaminate, the door to a high-height woods where smaller person willow and rhododendron are predominant species. Various stream intersections anticipate you. Most visitors who go to Tibet will drive from Lhasa to visit the paradise lake Namtso.



     Location
    : Nyenchen Tanglha

    Prices
    : Rs 4999 to Rs 6999

    Best time to visit
    : In winter

    Altitude
    : 4710m

    Difficulty level
    : average

    Highlights: • Arrival-Lhasa • Two full days Lhasa Sightseeing • street, Sera Monastery • Lhasa, Tibetan Museum/Gandan • Ganden/Reting • Reting/Damxung, Begin trekking • Trekking 7-8 hours • Trekking 6-7 hours • To Tashi Dorje and Nam Tso Lake 7-8 hours • Nam Tso Lake • Nam Tso/Yangpachen/Lhasa • Lhasa airport dropping off


  • 18 Nam Tso Lake Trek

    Nam Tso Lake Trek
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    Arranged at an elevation of 4718 m Namtso is a to a great degree delightful lake with turquoise blue water. Trekking trip to Namtso lake is getting mainstream among guests in Tibet . The lake is 70 km long and 30 km wide and is the greatest salt water lake in Tibet . It has the Nyechen Tangla mountain range(7000 m crests) on its back ground to improve its excellence. The huge expanses around the lake , spotted with the tents of nearby travelers is intriguing to see. The 190 km drive from Lhasa to Namtso lake includes the high Yangpachen pass( 5630 m), so appropriate acclimatization is imperative to do this climb effectively.

       Location
    : Tibet Prices: Rs 6999 to Rs 9999

       Best time to visit
    : In winter

       Altitude: 3650 metre

      Difficulty
    : Moderate

      Highlights
    : • Lhasa sightseeing • Trekking around Namtso Lake-Droja Monastery

     • Visit: Potala Palace, Sera Monastery and Norbulingkha Palace

     • Visit: Jokhang Temple , Drepung monastery and Barkhor Square


  • 19 Barkhor Street

    Barkhor Street
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    Situated in the old range of Lhasa City, Tibet, Barkhor Street is an extremely antiquated round road encompassing the Jokhang Temple and local people are constantly glad for it. As an image of Lhasa, it is additionally an unquestionable requirement see place for guests. It's said that in 647, the main Tibetan King Songtsen Gampo (617 - 650) manufactured the Jokhang Temple.

    Because of its brilliance, it immediately pulled in a great many Buddhist explorers. Additionally you can see a few explorers strolling or advancing body-lengths by body-lengths along the road. Indeed, even some of them are youngsters or have encountered a great many miles' stroll to achieve this hallowed spot. The way they express their devotion could make you comprehend the blessedness of religion.



    Location
    : Central Lhasa

    Best time to visit
    : Any time in year

    Highlights
    : • Buddhist worship • Watching pilgrims do prostrating obeisances • Shopping • The Circumambulation Road • Makye Ame • Canggu Monastery


  • 20 Tibet Everest Advance Base Camp (6400 m)

    Tibet Everest Advance Base Camp (6400 m)
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    The Tibet Everest Advance Base Camp is the most noteworthy trek on the planet! After a shocking flight from Kathmandu to Lhasa, you will burn through three days in this antiquated capital city "Lhasa" acclimatizing and going to the Potala Palace, Sera and Drepung religious communities, Barkor Square and Jokhang Temple. Our overland trip to Base Camp incorporates stops in the boondocks towns of Gyantse and Shigatse before we kill onto the unpleasant 4WD jeep street that prompts the Rongbuk Valley. Lhasa is astonishing destination itself with the lofty Potala Palace, the immense three religious communities of Sera, Ganden and Drepung and additionally the Barkor Square and Jokhang Temple.



    Location
    : Lhasa(Under Foot hills of Himalaya)

    Prices
    : Rs 6999 to Rs 8999

    Best time to visit
    : In winter Altitude: 6,340m/20,800ft

    Difficulty level
    : high

    Highlights
    : • Fly from Kathmandu to Lhasa • Sightseeing in Lhasa • Free day in Lhasa for acclimatization • Hike to Everest base camp • Sightseeing & drive to Shigatse


  • 21 Shishapangma Trek

    Shishapangma Trek
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    Introduction: Shisha Pangma, referred to in Tibetan as "the divine force of the fields", is the most reduced of the world's fourteen 8000 meter tops. It is likewise the main 8000-meter top found completely in Tibet. Yet it is as extraordinary as any trek in Tibet or even better. Though in downpour shadow zone, the storm cloud figures out how to push over the Jugal Himal, bringing some downpour most evenings from June until right on time September in this district. The overland visit to Lhasa is advanced by various experience with yak and sheepherders, the tranquil blue lakes and the captivating magnificence of the Tibetan plateau.



    Location
    : Lhasa

    Prices
    : Rs 5999 to Rs 8999

    Best time to visit
    : In winter

    Altitude
    : 8000 metre/26,200ft

    Difficulty level
    : high

    Highlights
    : • Arrive in Kathmandu, transfer to Hotel • Sightseeing tour in Kathmandu • Drive to- Nyalam via Nepal Tibet border • Acclimatisation Day at Nyalam • Trek to Drabochhan


  • 22 Namtso Lake

    Namtso Lake
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    Arranged at a height of 4718m, Namtso, alongside Yamdrok Tso and Manasarovar is considered as a sacred lake venerated by Tibetans. The lake remains as a cherished memory to Tibetans and it truly signifies 'heavenly or consecrated lake'. Namtso extends similarly as 70 kilometers from the east toward the west side of the lake and not just is it generally perceived as the second biggest saltwater lake in China additionally the saltwater lake with most elevated height on the planet. The amazing turquoise water ladies the skyline, making it hard to tell whether you are strolling on the water or the elevated snow-topped bumpy extent approaching a long ways ahead is inside of your simple scope.



    Location
    : Damshung County, Nagqu Prefecture; 220 kilometers (140 miles) north of Lhasa city, 4½ hours’ drive.

    Best time to visit: June to September

    Highlights: • Go down into the entrails of the Potala Palace, the great yet spiritless bastion of the Dalai Lamas. • Join the rearranging, mumbling pioneers around the places of worship of the Jokhang Temple, the otherworldly heart of Tibet. • Take after friars, beggars and kindred travelers around the Barkhor Street, Lhasa's entrancing medieval explorer circuit. • Take in a supplication to God meeting or some friar debating at Sera and Drepung Monastery, two of the biggest and most in place of Tibet's incredible religious communities.


  • 23 Attend Losar

    Attend Losar
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    Tibetan New year, otherwise called Losar, is the most imperative celebration in the Tibetan timetable. Tibetan New Year is said to most recent 15 days, however the initial 3 days are generally essential. It is mostly celebrated over a time of 3 days in late The Tibetan date-book comprises of 12 (or 13) lunar months, and Losar starts on the principal day of the Tibetan year. The Tibetan date-book is lunisolar and verging on indistinguishable to the Chinese schedule.



    Losar is commended by Tibetan individuals. It is set apart with antiquated functions that speaks to the battle in the middle of good and insidiousness. There is droning and going of flame lights through the group. A specific measure of levity is given by occasions, for example, the move of the deer and the diverting fights between the King and his different pastors. Losar Festival is described particularly by moving, music, and a general soul of fun.


  • 24 Potala Palace

    Potala Palace
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    This astonishing castle has the pleasure of being the most astounding antiquated royal residence on the planet, with its most noteworthy point achieving 3,750 meters (12,300 feet) above ocean level, towering 100 meters (300 feet) over the city of Lhasa. The Potala Palace has remained for quite a long time as a demonstration of the Tibetan individuals and their convictions. A huge number of travelers from around the globe come each year to pay reverence to this great home and the image it remains for.

     

    Location
    : central Lhasa, 2 km north of the Lhasa river, 5 km south of Sera Monastery, 3 km east of Norbulingka, and 2 km west of Jokhang Temple

    Best time to visit
    : Any time in year

    Highlights
    : • The Red Palace • The White Palace • Inside the Potala Palace • The Golden Roof Group


  • 25 Ramoche Temple

    Ramoche Temple
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    Lately we can see that Tibet is becoming a hit among the tourist destination in the world. This time while you are visiting there you should definitely visit the Ramoche Temple. With peaceful vicinity and amazing views this Buddhist monastery is another most important temple in Lhasa after Jokhang Temple. Also, considered as a sister temple to Jokhang temple, this temple was believed to be originally built to house the much revered Jowo Rinpoche statue.

    Highlights: Another interesting thing about the monastery is the life sized stature of 8-year-old Sakyamuni. This figure is regarded as a great saint in Ramoche Monastery which was carried to Tibet by the Nepalese Chizun Princess. One can see the ten pillars holding some of the relics such as the encased lotus flowers, coiling cloud, jewelry, and particular Tibetan Characters.

    Location: Situated in the northwest of the Tibetan capital of Lhasa, it is east of the Potala and north of the Jokhang.

    Price: The entry is free of cost.


  • 26 Yushu Horse Racing Festival

    Yushu Horse Racing Festival
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    Horse Racing Festival in Yushu of Qinghai territory is one of the three most acclaimed steed hustling celebrations in Tibetan region. It begins from 25th, July and more often than not goes on for a week, significantly more. The commonplace celebrations include horse races, yak races, pulls of war, what might as well be called a weight-lifting competition, eating and drinking and also moving and singing exhibitions, showcase of conventional Tibetan outfit, and so on.



    Location
    : Tibet

    Highlights
    : • Tibet travel permit and all other necessary permits to Tibet; • All entrance ticket fees for all tourist sites listed in the itinerary; • Personal knowledgeable English-speaking Tibetan local tour guide; • Personal comfortable, clean and safe vehicle with reliable Tibetan local driver; vehicle ranging from 4WD land cruiser to minibus depending on your group size; • Domestic flight/train tickets listed in the itinerary; • One shared big Oxygen tank in the car; • Tourist accident/casualty insurance; • First aid kit;


  • 27 Gyantse Damar Festival

    Gyantse Damar Festival
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    In the event that you need to go to Tibet around June, Gyantse Damar Festival is an absolute necessity for you to encounter. This celebration is held in the fourth month of Tibetan date-book( or June in sun oriented calender) and it can be gotten to easily as it covers the hot Tibet travel course. Damar celebration in Gyantse is more mainstream for nonnatives to comprehend it well. This celebration is set up in 1408 and the agriculturists and herders from each parts of Tibet accumulate in Gyantse for steed dashing, bows and arrows rivalries, horsemanship show took after by few days'entertainment or picnicking.



    Location
    : Lhasa

    Best time to visit
    : Any time in the year

    Highlights
    : • Fast running horse competation • A well decorated horse. • Many horsemen with Typical local Ethnic dress up. • Hundreds of bussinessmen diplaying the local products. • Showing different skill during Archery competition. • Hundreds of Tibetan spectators with typical ethnic dress up.


  • 28 Nyenchen Thangla Traverse

    Nyenchen Thangla Traverse
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    This trek is going through canyons, forested slants, snow capped glades and the fields of the Changtang. The trek starts on the principle street to the Namtso lake, 5km past the Damxung-Lhasa Hwy turn-off. The trail cuts over the relentless Nyenchen Tanglha range and heads straightforwardly for Tashi Do, the praised headland on the southeast shore of Namtso.

     

    Location
    : Tibet

    Best time to visit
    : April to June and September to December

    Altitude
    : 5,300 m

    Difficulty level
    : Average

    Highlights
    : • Go down into the entrails of the Potala Palace, the great yet spiritless bastion of the Dalai Lamas. • Join the rearranging, mumbling pioneers around the places of worship of the Jokhang Temple, the otherworldly heart of Tibet. • Take after friars, beggars and kindred travelers around the Barkhor Street, Lhasa's entrancing medieval explorer circuit. • Take in a supplication to God meeting or some friar debating at Sera and Drepung Monastery, two of the biggest and most in place of Tibet's incredible religious communities.


  • 29 Tholing Monastery

    Tholing Monastery
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    Another monastrery which is a searing spot in Tibet is the Tholing Monastery. One of the oldest monasteries in Ngari, this monastery was built by by Yeshe-Ö, the second King of the Guge Kingdom. This monastery stands at an elevation of 12,400 feet (3,800 m). The complex of the Tholing Monastery includes three temples, the Yeshe-O Temple, the Lhakhang Karpo and the Dukhang.

    Highlights: Another interesting thing about this monastery is its stunning architecture. Tholing Monastery complex has rectangular buildings. It is built of mud bricks and has a wall complex facing east. Among the extant temples the most prominent one is the Yeshe-Ö Temple. The temple is reconstructed after it had been demolished by the Chinese, in a mandala style. Marvel at the sight of the amazing beauty of its surroundings as well and also learn about the ancient history of this monastery.

    Location: The monastery is located in remote badlands of far western Tibet in Zanda County.

    Price: The entry to this monastery is free of cost.


  • 30 Kailash in Saga Dawa Festival

    Kailash in Saga Dawa Festival
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    The celebration of Saga Dawa marks the edification of Sakyamuni, and happens on the full moon day of the fourth Tibetan month. The celebration is required to most recent a month, amid which a sizable number of travelers will end up staging so as to celebrate it different religious occasions, the most alluring of which is the hovering around Mt. Kailash for love. Around then, not just would you be able to see grave Buddhist exercises like droning, moving and playing religious instruments, and love, and so forth. Voyagers might have an opportunity to watch the Kailash Kora (hovering around religious locales ) and join Tibetans to supplicate, offer tips to poor people, and visit cloisters, and so on. All cabin recorded in the schedule; it's your choice about the settlement class: extravagance 5-star global inn, agreeable 4-star lodging, monetary 3-star inn or spending plan inn, guesthouse or tent.




  • 31 Lake Yamdrok

    Lake Yamdrok
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    Lake Yamdrok, Lake Nam, and Lake Manasorova are the three holy pools of Tibet. Lake Yamdrok is said to have the capacity to offer Tibetans some assistance with finding the resurrected soul of the Dalai Lama. After a Dalai Lama passes away, the senior friars are dependable to discover the kid in whom the resurrected soul of the Dalai Lama has gone to tolerate.

    They come to Lake Yamdrok to serenade and implore, and toss hada (a bit of silk utilized as a gift object) and other heavenly articles into the lake to get the impression of the particular area of the Dalai Lama's spirit. The view is best seen from a separation, up on a mountain.



    Location
    : Nangartse County, Shannan Prefecture

    Best time to visit
    : April to November

    Highlights
    : • Photography • Bird watching • Samding Monastery • Hiking • Camping • Shopping • Photos with Local Animals • Stunning Scenery of the Lake • Bird Watching • Samding Monastery


  • 32 Lake Manasarovar Kora

    Lake Manasarovar Kora
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    Manasarovar is the most revered of all Tibets numerous hallowed lakes. It is particularly holy to Hindus, who have been strolling round it for drawing nearer 2,000 years. Buddhists relate the lake with Maya, Buddhas mother. Lake Manasarovar is the holiest of Tibet's lakes. It is what might as well be called Mt. Kailash. That being said, the Kora (a custom circumambulation of a blessed spot, for example, a religious community, place of worship, mountain or lake) of Manasarovar is no place close as well known as the circumnavigation of Kailash. At 4560mt, Manasarovar is the most noteworthy freshwater lake on the planet. As a result, the waters are a touch on the nippy side.



    Location
    : Tibet

    Best time to visit
    : Summer months between May to September

    Altitude
    : 4675m

    Difficulty level
    : Moderate

    Highlights
    : • Trekking • Hiking • Cultural and Historical Tours • Multiple Activities • Lhasa sightseeing tour • Lhasa Gyantse • Shigatse-Latse • Latse Saga • Saga Paryang • Paryang to Holy Mansarovar lake


  • 33 Mt. Kailash Pilgrimage (Kora)-Trekking

    Mt. Kailash Pilgrimage (Kora)-Trekking
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    Mount Kailash trekking visit is a standout amongst the most requesting and testing of treks for travelers on the planet. This trek course in Tibet is broadly known as the kora around the Mt. Kailash which is sacrosanct to four religions and a profoundly numinous spot. Pioneers throng to the mountain Tibetans, as well as Hindus and Buddhists from India to Japan, joined by Western and Chinese voyagers who go to Tibet to visit this heavenly mountain and the close-by consecrated Lake Manasarovar. The Mt. Kailash kora begins at the appeal free town of Darchen, opens up unending extends of infertile area, rich green valleys, snow topped crests and immaculate blue lakes, twisting past mani dividers and avoiding the base of the Kailash massif.



    Location
    : Mount Kailash

    Prices
    : Rs 10,000 to Rs 20,000

    Best time to visit
    : April to June and September to December

    Difficulty
    : Medium to difficult

    Highlights
    : • Mt. Kailash • Lake Manasarovar • Traditional Tibetan Villages • Five temples around Kailash


  • 34 Rongbu Temple

    Rongbu Temple
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    Also known as Dzarongpu or Dzarong, is a Tibetan Buddhist monastery of the Nyingma secery. This monastery lies close to the base of the north side of Mount Everest at 4,980 meters (16,340 ft) above ocean level, toward the finish of the Dzakar Chu valley. The monastery is considered as one of the most elevated religious communities on the planet.

    Highlights: Investing the perfect area, Rongbuk Monastery itself is likewise worth visit. As one of the Nyingmapa Sect cloister worked in 1899, it houses lamas and nuns here, which is very exceptional and unique in relation to different sanctuaries. For Sherpas living on the south inclines of Everest in the Khumbu locale of Nepal, Rongbuk Monastery was an imperative journey site.

    Location: Zhufeng Rd, Dingri Xian, Rikaze Shi, Xizang Zizhiqu, China

    Price: The entry is free of cost.


  • 35 Shoton Festival

    Shoton Festival
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    The Shoton Festival is a standout amongst the most mainstream conventional celebrations in Tibet. It praises eating yogurt, the Tibetan ministers who end their season of reflection, the viewing of Tibetan emotional musical dramas, and Tibetan Buddhism. It is held every year in the month of August, or late in the 6th month or ahead of schedule in the seventh month of the Tibetan date-book.

    The Shoton Festival has turned into a far reaching festivity that impacts the way of life of Tibet. It is an incredible event for both Tibetans and voyagers. It has likewise turned into a business sector time, and a period for rivalries, exhibitions and amusement.



    Location
    : Lhasa

    Highlights
    :  Interested in celebrating the Shoton Festival? China Highlights offers you the unique opportunity to celebrate the festival as locals do. China Highlights has a special tour to Tibet each year to coincide with the Shoton Festival.


  • 36 Tashilhunpo Festival

    Tashilhunpo Festival
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    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


  • 37 Tsurphu Yangpachen Trek in Tibet

    Tsurphu Yangpachen Trek in Tibet
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    Tsurphu to Yangpachen trek is a rough walk starting at Tsurphu Monastery and intersection a few high valleys like Leten valley and Bartso valley before rising into the expansive and windswept Yangpachen Valley. This trek is a pleasantly adjusted blend of social and wild exercises, with high tundra, mountain scenes, old religious communities and a remote abbey. Tsurphu to Yangpachen trek visit is an incredible 4 days trek for the individuals who need to get a nearby contact with the wanderers and become acquainted with about their way of life. Notwithstanding their lasting winter homes, they spend a significant part of the year outdoors with their creatures.



    Location
    : Tibet

    Prices
    : Rs 6999 to Rs 9999

    Best time to visit
    : In winter

    Altitude
    : 3650m

    Difficulty level
    : average

    Highlights: • Famous sites of Lhasa • Classic, natural beauty of the Tibetan plateau • Tea with nomads and nuns • Jokhang Temple and the Barkhor Circuit • Potala Palace • Sera Monastery • Trek from Tsurphu Monastery-Leten


  • 38 Sera Monastery

    Sera Monastery
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    Arranged at the foot of Tatipu Hill in the northern suburb of Lhasa City, Sera Monastery is one of three well known houses in the city close by the Drepung Monastery and the Ganden Monastery. It is given to the Gelugpa or Yellow Hat Sect, a branch of Tibetan Buddhism, set up by Tsong Khapa. The cloister was named Sera which implies wild rose in the Tibetan dialect, on the grounds that the slope behind it was secured with wild roses in blossom when it was assembled. The cloister is sublime and covers a range of 114,946 square meters (28 sections of land). Its fundamental structures are the Coqen Hall, Zhacang (school) and Kamcun (residence).



     Location
    : Tatipu Hill in the northern suburb of Lhasa City

     Prices
    : CNY 55

     Best time to visit
    : 09:00 to 16:00

    Highlights
    : • Coqen Hall • Zhacang • Kamcun • Sera Bengqin Festival • Debating of Buddhist Doctrines


  • 39 The Grand Party of Tibetan Nomads

    The Grand Party of Tibetan Nomads
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    It is trusted that Tibetans get from Qiang People, the wanderers in old China. It is the intermarriage between Qiang People and neighborhood tribes that prompts the presence of Tibetans. Because of the serious environment, compelling height and badly designed transportation, and so on.

    Tibetans have since a long time ago depended on pastoralism for survival. Accordingly, customarily Tibetans are understood for being strong travelers, an ethnic gathering that live one next to the other with domesticated animals and nature. In spite of the fact that nobody can tell the accurate number of existent migrants in Tibet, an expected around 2 million including travelers and semi-wanderers couldn't turn out badly.


    Location
    : Tibet

    Highlights
    : • Harsh Environment and Tibetan Nomads • Tibetan Nomad Mastiff • Lake Manasarovar Kora • Visit a Tibetan Nomad Tent • Tibetan Nomad Life and Livestock • Tibetan Nomads Tour - Meet nomads on the Trekking Path


  • 40 Kawa Karpo Paradise

    Kawa Karpo Paradise
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    Kawa Karpo, one of the holiest snow mountains in Tibet, is said to be the supernatural home of a warrior god. Arranged on the fringe of Dechen County in Yunnan and Chayul County in the Tibet Autonomous Region, Kawa Karpo is viewed as a vital part of the Three Parallel Rivers Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Orderly, Snow Lion Tours will take you profound into the locale of Mt. Kawa Karpo, considered by Buddhists to be sacred, and raved by right on time western guests as a heaven. You'll experience heavenly springs where travelers drink water that has dissolved from hallowed inclines, and crawl through diminishing air to brush statures of 4810 meters on the unbelievable Shola Pass.



    Location
    : Tibet

    Prices
    : Rs 5999 to Rs 7999

    Best time to visit
    : In winter

    Altitude
    : 3200-4700m

    Difficulty level
    : Average

    Highlights
    : • Trekking Mt. Kawa Karpo • Three Parallel Rivers Park • The Old Town of Lijiang


  • 41 Trek from Tingri to EBC via Ra-chu Valley

    Trek from Tingri to EBC via Ra-chu Valley
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    There is no spot on earth entirely like the Everest Region in Tibet, and trekking to its Base Camp (from the north side) joined with true social encounters is long lasting dream for some individuals. Arranged at an elevation of 5,208 meters (17,090 ft), the North Base Camp is utilized when climbing through the upper east edge and offers a medium to testing 3-4 days of trekking. One of the best choices is to begin at Everest Base Camp and go through Rombuk Monastery and Raiju (Ra-chu) Valley and completion at Tingri.



    Location
    : Tibet

    Prices
    : Rs 5999 to Rs 6999

    Best time to visit
    : In winter

    Altitude
    : 4400 m

    Difficulty level
    : average

    Highlights
    : • Arrive in Lhasa by Train or by Flight • Lhasa sightseeing - Potala Palace/Tibet Museum/Jokhang Temple/Barkhor Street • Lhasa Sightseeing - Drepung Monastery/Sera Monastery • Lhasa/Yamdrok-tso lake/Gyantse (3950meters) • Gyangtse/Shigatse/Old Tingri • Trek to Lungthang (4510 m) (5 hours/12km/150m up) • Trek to Zommug (4790m) • Trek to Rongbuk (4980m) and EBC (5100m) • Departure from Lhasa


  • 42 Meru Monastry

    Another attraction in Tibet which is a must see for you is the Meru Nyingpa Monastry. Meru Nyingpa is an unassuming monastery settled profound inside the complex back streets and whitewashed dividers of the old Barkor neighborhood. Its history comes to back to the establishing of the Jokhang, to the starting point of Budhhism in Tibet. The Jokhang, housed inside the bigger complex of the Tsuklakkhang, is a notable structure and the focal church of the Tibetan Buddhist world.

    Highlights: The religious community is swarmed with Tibetans thumbing prayer beads or chanting prayer. Another fascinating element of the religious community is one of a kind devout complex situated inside the focal point of Lhasa. The structure of Meru Nyingpa contains the components that portray the quintessential Tibetan Buddhist religious community.

    Location: Meru Nyingpa Monastery is located in the Barkor area at the heart of the old city of Lhasa.

    Price: The entry to this monastery is free of cost.


  • 43 Jokhang Temple

    Jokhang Temple
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    Jokhang signifies 'Place of Buddha'. Situated in the focal point of old Lhasa city, Jokhang Monastery is the prime seat of the Gelugpa (Yellow) Branch of Tibetan Buddhism. It was initially implicit 647 AD. Jokhang Temple is the profound focal point of Tibet and the holiest destination for all Tibetan Buddhist pioneers. Through ni It is said the site was picked actually by the wife of King Songtsan Gampo, the Tang Princess Wen Cheng.
    The princess saw Wutang, a lake in Lhasa, to be a "fiend's heart", a wellspring of abhorrence, and had it filled in and the sanctuary based on the site to balance insidious strengths.



    Location
    : Central Lhasa, 2 km (1.5 miles) east of the Potala Palace, in the middle of the Barkhor Street circuit.

    Best time to visit
    : Anytime in the year

    Highlights
    : • Life-Sized Sitting Buddha Statue • Tibetan New Year Celebration • Barkhor Street • Lhasa Mosque • Ramoche Temple • The Potala Palace.


  • 44 Yangbajing Hot Springs

    Yangbajing Hot Springs
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    Yangbajain is a town 87 kilometers northwest of Lhasa City. It is a rich green valley encompassed by the Nomads with yaks and sheep along the slope. The town is well known for its Yangbajain Hot Springs which are geothermic and have been created and used to deliver a large portion of the power for Lhasa and ranges adjacent. The field of Yangbajing Hot Springs field has a height of around 4500 meters which makes it the most noteworthy elevation of its kind in China.

    The water temperature is around 30 to 84 degrees centigrade. The Yangbajing Geothermol Power Station is situated on the edge of the Yangbajing Hot Springs field. As the principal geothermal force station it has a territory of around 30 square kilometers.



    Location
    : Lhasa

    Highlights
    : • 87 Km’s long • Surrounded by green valley • Water temperature varies from 30 to 84 degrees centigrade


  • 45 Norbulingka

    Norbulingka
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    Lying at the western rural areas of Lhasa, Norbulingka is 2 km toward the east of the Potala Palace. In 1988, the State Council approved it to end up a national vital social relic security unit. On Dec. 14, 2001, the UNESCO included Norbulingka into the expansion subjects of the Potala Palace which is enrolled as a World Cultural Heritage site. In 2001, the State Tourism Administration evaluated Norbulingka as 4A on the national tourism locale level.

    Norbulingka signifies "Treasure Garden" in the Tibetan dialect. It was first implicit the mid-eighteenth century and expected today's scale through numerous extensions. Norbulingka has 3 sections: the patio before the royal residence, the castle and woodland. With more than 400 arrangements of rooms, the greenhouse takes up 3.6 square kilometers, among which 3.4 square km are green knolls or woods.



    Location
    : Lhasa

    Highlights
    : • Temple • Losel Doll Museum • Shop • Hummingbird Café


  • 46 Mt. Amnye Machen Trek

    Mt. Amnye Machen Trek
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    Mt. Amnye Machen has for some time been viewed as a holy mountain and a position of the journey. Previously, up to 10,000 Tibetans would make the 120-mile circumambulation of the mountain every year. The principal European adventurers depicted it as one of the colossal geological disclosures of the twentieth century. On your excursion to the heavenly mountain, drive by red dirt mountains, sand hills, and the Yellow River.



    Location
    : Amnye Machen

    Prices
    : Rs 6999 to Rs 7999

    Best time to visit
    : In winter

    Altitude
    : 8000m

    Difficulty level
    : Very high

    Highlights
    : • Nomads along the Amnye Machen range • Monastery on the north side of the mountain • Prayer flags across a high pass on Amnye Machen • Amnye Machen viewed from near Chuwarna (Xue Shan) • Nomad Tibetans around Amnye Machen • Pilgrims prostrating along the kora of Amnye Machen • Foreigners on an organized trek around Amnye Machen using yaks • Small village near the Amnye Machen glaciers


  • 47 Everest Base Camp Trek

    Everest Base Camp Trek
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    Well known for its stupendous mountain tops and the unwaveringness and benevolence of its occupants (the Sherpas), the Everest locale (Khumbu) is a standout amongst the most mainstream destinations for vacationers in Nepal. While huge numbers of the courses through the mountains are challenging, there are abundant spots to rest and appreciate a feast along the way. Besides, don't stress over getting lost. Simply ask a neighborhood the path to the following town on your course, and they will guide you.



    Location
    : Tibet

    Prices
    : Rs 8,000 to Rs 10,000

    Best time to visit
    : April to June and September to December

    Altitude
    : 5,380 m

    Difficulty level
    : high

    Highlights
    : • Trek to the foot of amazing Everest, the world's most noteworthy mountain. • Set out on testing treks to Kala Pattar (18,192'), Nangkartshang Peak (16,672'). furthermore, Everest Base Camp (17,590'). • Investigate Sherpa towns and the old Thami and Tengboche religious communities. • Visit a school set up by Sir Edmund Hillary in the mountain town of Khumjung.


  • 48 Tashi Lhunpo Monastery

    Tashi Lhunpo Monastery
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    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.


  • 49 Palcho Monastery

    Palcho Monastery
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    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.