15 Days Kailash Tour – Tibet Tour Itinerary

The journey will lead across the great central Tibet of U-Tsang to the western Ngari. This tour is the best Tibet group tour if you are not very much interested in seeing Tibet rather than taking a picture at the  The journey covers all the wishes of travellers who are enthusiast about having insights of […]

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Central Tibet Highlights – Part III

When we are done with the Lhasa and Tsetang, heading a bit further southeast-ward, we have Gyantse, Yamdrok Lake, Shigatse and Mt. Everest, and Namtso in the north on our way back to Lhasa before finishing from your lovely Tibet tour. Yamdrok Lake Taking the southern road out of Lhasa, there is the dazzling Yamdrok […]

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Tibetan New Year-Explore Tibet

  Every Year we all welcome a new year and different communities have different way of celebrating new year as per their tradition. Losar is known as New Year in Tibetan Language and this is one of the most important festival in Tibet. Its a moment when we gather with our own whole families and […]

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Karma Shar Monastery-Tibet.

This old Gelukpa temple with tall and noble stone walls is behind the Jorkhang and can be reached only by a narrow cobbled street in the old city. The gold on black murals of wrathful protector deities have recently been completely repainted. Only the murals on the upper level of the assembly hall retain the […]

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The Heart-Core OF Barkor-Lhasa-Tibet.

Barkor is one of the most scared site of Tibet and every year numbers of people visiting this site and get blessing. Barkor literally means”intermediate circuit”and refers to the circumambulation route immediately around the complex of buildings aurrounding the Jokhang Catheral. The Barkor is ay once the religious and mercantile focus of old Lhasa:Pilgrims endlessly […]

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Ani Sangkhung-Lhasa.

Ani Sanggkhung is the only active nunnery in Lhasa today. The foundations for a temple are said to have been laid on this site as early as the seventh century, as the place was associated with Songtsen Gampo. Initially it was a monastery and only in the fifteenth century was it enlarged and turned into […]

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