According to Tibet Travel Service, Tibet trekking tours are one of the most popular routes to foreigners. But to be honest, the places fort trekking are always a little far, and that is why the quotation of Tibet trekking tours is relatively higher than others. For example, if you are interested in Mt. Kailash, you will spend at least three days over there to walk over the whole mountain. It is always impossible to walk half way, because it is a circulation.
Therefore, Tibet Travel Service offers some places of trekking closed to Lhasa such as Ganden Monastery, Samye Monastery and so on
Monasteries, Ganden Monastery and Samye Monastery are always the chosen for trekking. They are not far away from Lhasa city, but they are also not situated in the center. So if tourists would like to experience trekking in Lhasa, we always recommend these two monasteries.
Yumbu Lakhang is the first palace and Trundruk Monastery is the first Buddhism monastery of Tibet. Besides, you can also visit the cradle of Tibetan civilization–Tsedang. You can also enjoy the camping in the wild and the amazing natural landscapes of Tibet.
Tshurphu Monastery will present you a different Tibetan Buddhism culture. You can witness the amazing natural landscapes of Tibet while you are enjoying your trekking. Besides, you can also make a visit to Yampachen to enjoy the most famous hot spring in Tibet.
Yampachen is noted as a hot spring resort. A large quantity of tourists came here not for its landscapes but for its hot springs. Take a bath in the hot spring, all the fatigues would be released. Tourists could choose to bath in a indoor hot spring or an outdoor hot spring. Though it is very comfortable to enjoy the hot spring, tourists are not advised to bath themselves too long in the hot spring.
Mt. Kailash is the pilgrimage center of Tibetan Buddhism, Hinduism and the ancient Bon. It was praised as the King of Holy Mountains and is highly respected by the religious people. A large quantity of pilgrims would come here for circumambulation every year. This route offers you the chance to experience the solemn circumambulation of the Tibetan Buddhists and experience their religious culture and custom.
Mt. Everest shapes like a giant pyramid. The topography here is pretty precipitous and the natural environment here is very sophisticated. The snow line on the northern slope is 5800-6200 meters above the sea level on the northern slope while the snow line on the southern slope is 5500-6100 meters above the sea level.
If tourists would like to visit the highest mountain of the world - Mt. Everest Base Camp, we will go through Old Tingri.