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 Lhasa and Mount Kailash Tour
 Destination: Gyantse, Shingatse, saga,
 Lhatse, Paryang, Manasorvar, kailash
 Maximum Altitude: 5500M.
 Best time to visit: April, May, June,
 Aug, Sep & Oct
 Everest Base Camp Tour
 Destination: Nyalam, Tingri, Gyantse,
 Mt. Everest Base Camp, Shigatse, Lhasa
 Maximum Altitude: 5220M.
 Best time to visit: Jan, Feb, March,
 April, May, June, Aug, Sep & Oct
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Mt. Kailash (West Tibet)
For the most travelers to far-west Tibet the prime focus of their journey is the sacred peak of Mount Kailash (6658metres) and trekking will takes 3-4days with yaks and yak men, The locals doing Kora in a full day, Darcheng is the Base camp of Mt. Kailash where you can get lovely view of Mt.Gurla Mandata (Residance of god of Music) and Manasarovar Lake, Just 22km far away.

Lhasa, Mt. Kailash, Manasarovar Lake & Kashgar Tour
This is a Mt.Kailash tour which start either by air & train from Beijing to Lhasa and You gonna have wonderful excursions to the most ancient sites,Such as Potala Palace,Norbulingka,Drepung Monastery,Sera Monastery and Jokhang temple. Overland to Mt.Kaialsh and drive to Kashgar via Palgutso lake in 19 days through Yamdoktso Lake, Gyantse,Shigatse (Home of Pancheng Lamas), Saga, Paryang, Manasarovarlake, Mt.Kailash, Lost Kingdom "Guge" and Ali area.

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Lhasa & Mt. Kailash Tour

Fly over the Himalayan ranges and view Tibet's most ancient Palaces and Monasteries. Then travel to Mt. Kailash & Manasarovar Lake through Gyantse and Shigatse, and spend a coupld of days circumambulating the Holy mountain. After this you can relax at the hot-springs in Chu Gompa, and then exit Tibet from the Zhangmu border via Puikutso lake and Mt. Shisha Pangma.

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Mount Kailash & Gugekingdom Tour

The Guge Kingdom was founded in the tenth century by a descendant of the King Lang Darma, who fled from Lhasa after the collapse of the Tubo Kingdom. The Guge Kingdom survived about 700 years and disappeared mysteriously in the 17th century. The Guge ruins lie at a hill top near a river and cover 180,000 square meters. Houses, cave dwellings, monasteries and stupas are distributed on the hill and surrounding areas. There are palaces set on the sumit and monasteries on the mountain side. The kingdom was enclosed by walls and also had many tunnels. Some of the structures remain in good condition at this time. The Guge Kingdom is famous for its murals. Sculptures and stone inscriptions can also be found on the surviving structures. The White palace, Red palace, Yamantaka Chapel, Tara Chapel and Mandala Chapel all still exist in good condition.

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