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Trekking in Tibet
Trekking in Tibet

Trekking in Tibet, that means on the roof of the world is the only way to see, touch and feel Tibet in the real sense.The mysteries will reveal and the beauties will reflect in the mountains, rivers, gorges and rugged landscape. You will gain a fascinating insight into the lives of its people, history,culture and its scenery.

Most of the trekking trips commence after few days driving from the cities, depending the region you have chosen for. All the camping gears and food supplies are transported by trucks to the trekking starting point and then Yaks have to do the job onwards. Camping gears include sleeping tents which are spacious, mattresses and sleeping bags. For your comfort, dinning tables and chairs are alos supplied. Camping sites are chosen keeping the view of water facilities. As far as possible, we would like to encourage the consumption of local products like vegetables and fruits where as canned foods are also brought to add the variety in the cuisine.

Our cooks and crews have years of experience in catering delicious and hygenic cuisines in such trekking trips. Breakfast and Dinner are served with hot beverages. For lunch, you will be served cold salads,breads, fruits and sandwiches. However, your co-operation and adjustment will be always requested.

Packages

Tibet - Everest Base Camp
Kathmandu Lhasa Everest base camp tour absolutely offers you some of the most amazing scenery, Tibetan villages with very innocent people, charming view of the…
Kharta Valley & Everest Khangshung Face Trek
The Everest Kangshung Face is one of the finest trekking trip in Tibet as it leads across remote tiny pristine valleys along the way which…
Namcha Barwa & Tsangpo Gorge Trekking
Mt. Namcha Barwa (7756m) is situated in the lush forested valleys of South-Eastern Tibet. It was first climbed by a joint Chinese-Japanese team on 30…
Ganden to Samye Trek
This short four or five day trek is one of the most popular treks in Tibet and links two of the Tibet's most important monasteries…
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