Yala Peak Climbing,Gosainkunda & Helambu Trek Combined
Yala Peak is in the Langtang region and requires you to make good use of use crampons, ice axe and rope because the last 400 meters is sheer ice. From the summit you will be able to see the magnificent view of Shishapangma(8,046m) and the famed Gangchempo(6,388m) along with various peaks of the Langtang range. You can begin this trek either from Bhunche or Syabrubesi. The trek will require you to travel to Langtang Valley and visit the famed Kyanjin Gompa(3,800m). You will have to set up the base camp on beautiful a meadow at 4,800m. The entire trek and climbing will not take you more than 15 days. Climbing the Yala peak is a beautiful experience that you will always cherish.
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Mardi Himal Trek in Nepal - A Trek Of Discovery
Sometimes known as Nepal’s most unknown path—reveals a rich picturesque canvas, filled with dazzling panoramas and a multitude of natural wonders. Mardi Himal is not a tall mountain by Himalayan standards.
Mardi Himal Trekking
The Mardi Himal Trek is a hidden gem within the Annapurna Region, sometimes known as Nepal’s most unknown path. Mardi Himal lies east of the actual Annapurna Base Camp, the trek offers what Annapurna Base Camp generally does but with freshness and solitude.
The trek goes along winding paths, through magical and dense rhododendron forests. When you climb out of the forest at an elevation of around 3,300 m. The landscape changes abruptly into a rugged high mountain landscape, with stunning views of Mardi Himal, Machapuchre, Annapurna South and Hiunchuli. You can enjoy the full exploration of the Himalayan countryside, walking past rhododendron forests as you take a less beaten path set against the backdrop of the mountains of Annapurna South, Hiunchuli, Machapuchhre, Ganga Purna, Annapurna I and Mardi Himal.
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Tsechus-Grand Festivals Of Bhutan
The fascinating events of Bhutan’s festivals are filled with history, culture and traditions still continued with the same commitment and devotion. Titled “Bhutan’s festival tour”, one must make this journey at least once, to understand Bhutan’s deeply religious roots.
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Lhasa, Mount Kailash And Guge Kingdom Tour
Spend a few nights exploring the rich cultural aspects of the Tibetan heritage in Lhasa including Potala Palace and the many incredible monasteries. The main highlight of the trip is Mount Kailash (6, 714m/22, 028ft.) situated to the north of the Himalayan Plateau and the amazing landscape of the region. Mount Kailash is said to be the mythical Mount Meru, the spiritual centre of the universe. The four great rivers of Asia, the Indus, Pramaputra, Ganges and Sutlej flow through this holy region.
Further, within the heavily eroded sandstone canyon and valleys of the upper Sutlej River are numerous ruins of ancient cities that once comprised the kingdom of Guge. Temples in that area are still intact and contain exquisite murals and decorative motifs reflect a history of more than 10,000 years. Tholing and Tsaparang are the ruined former capitals of the ancient Guge Kingdom of western Tibet and rarely visited by western travelers.
Lhasa, Everest Base Camp - Namtso Lake Tour
Your journey begins from the calm, serene and exotic city of Lhasa, Tibet. Admire the magnificent and mysterious architectural wonders of the city: Potala Palace, once the winter residence of the Dalai Lamas. Explore Tibetan culture, centuries old Buddhist monasteries which include the Jokhang Temple, Drepung, Sera and Norbulinka Monasteries. This excursion allows you to experience the remote Tibetan high plateau, holy lakes, glaciers and connects you to Mount Everest Base Camp through Rongbuk monastery. Enjoy the incredible North face of Mount Everest. Isolated, yet serene, natural and mystical Namtso Lake in Tibet is a revelation. The bewildering and un-navigable waters (due to religious reasons) of the Lakes in Tibet have allowed this region to keep its spiritual heritage largely intact. Being the second largest saltwater lake in China only after Qinghai Lake, the turquoise blue Namtso Lake is the biggest in Tibet. It always provides the visitor with awesome and spectacular vistas and photographic opportunities.
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