Mount Kailash

Mount Kailash in Western Tibet is considered as the Holiest Mountain in many world religions, including Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and ancient Tibetan shamanistic Bön religion. Hindus believe Lord Shiva lives at the mountain, Buddhists associate the mountain with Guru Rinpoche and Milarepa and often believed in its association with the birth of Lord Buddha.  

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Listen to local Tibetan experts at Greenleaf Cafe

Join us at Greenleaf Cafe. We can arrange an inspirational and enlightening talk or a presentation with invitation of renowned Tibetan local experts on the theme of your interest. Our offer themes can be ranged from Tibetan tradition and culture, religion, architecture and festivals, costume and Tibetan signs and symbols etc.

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Chomolungma (Mt Everest)

Visiting the Mount Everest Basecamp in Tibet is one of the most important items in the bucket list for travelers visiting Tibet. The Mount Everest Basecamp is located 700 Kilometer on Sino-Nepalese Border on the Himalayas. It will take two days from Lhasa to reach the Basecamp, with one stop in Shigatse. There are two separate basecamps… Read more →

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Saka Dawa festival at Phuntsoling Monastery

The Phuntsoling Monastery [4010m]. Belonging to the Jonang Sect originally, this school of Tibetan Buddhism stands out for the importance it attaches to the Kalachakra Tantra and reached its maximum splendor in the time of the great master Jetsün Taranatha XVI-XVII. Upon his death, after founding several monasteries and spreading Buddhism in Mongolia, the V… Read more →

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Dungkar and Piyang ancient cave paintings

Dungkhar and Piyang are possibly the oldest caves and its painting in Ngari Region. Its extensive cave paintings were discovered in the early 1990s. It is located 40 Kms from the Guge Kingdom. The most popular wall painting is in the Mandala Cave. If you are visiting the Mount Kailash Region, it is highly recommended… Read more →

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