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Trekking in Tibet
I am sure many of you have dreamed of standing below Mt. Everest and staring up at the world's largest mountain towering above you. You are now being given a once in a lifetime opportunity to live your dream and truly experience the magic of Mt. Everest...
We have a confirmed departure on the 10th of September. Welcome to join us!
This challenging yet rewarding trek will lead you through miles of steep valleys, high passes, and gorgeous glacial lakes. Trekkers will be shown some of the most spectacular Himalayan scenery anywhere on earth. Snow-covered mountain peaks will be coupled with astounding flowering valleys in the warmer seasons. The highlight of the trip for many is the remote Kangshung valley, often referred to as the valley of flower.
This pilgrimage to Lhamo Latso is richly varied and has much to offer: high snow mountains, a magnificent monastery, seldom visited cave hermitages, nomads and their black-tent culture, and a sacred 'oracle lake'.
Being at the radiant Oracle Lake of Lhamo Latso is a highlight of this journey. It is the foremost 'vision' lake in Tibet and sitting Dalai Lamas were obligated to come here at least once in their lifetimes
for organizing tibet ganden-samye trekking, we are proud to say we are second to none because of our decent offer with all local tibetan crews.
if there are 2-6 people, you will have your own tibet tour departures anytime from april to early october.
trek to the foot of everest in tibet and even ascend lhakpa ri if you choose. we will help you fulfill your lifelong dream of exploring the highest mountains in the world! never again will you be given this opportunity to climb majestic 7000 meter peaks like these!
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.
The trekking tour from Shalu Monastery to Nartang Monastery is a good choice if you don’t have much time but still want a taste of trekking without commitment of a long or difficult route; the two passes crossing along the way are not particularly high compared to most other walks in Tibet.