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Trekking

Since India is home to the world’s highest known peak, Mount Everest, it is no wonder that the lower and upper Himalayan Range of mountains poses a demanding test of fitness and nerves for trekking enthusiasts. From arduous treks to easy hikes, one can choose from a variety of levels of challenges. Trained professionals accompany you to heights that you would have never imagined reaching.

It is the diversity of the topography that fascinates the travellers. From low undulating landscapes for easy hikes, the scape also offers mammoth peaks to scale. Thick forests, sun bleached grasslands, gurgling streams and plummeting waterfalls make for the stunning backdrop to your treks and hikes.

From professionally managed long expeditions to relatively less daunting hikes, you are sure to find a number of interesting trails in India.It’s not only the Himalayas but also the Western Ghats and the Shivaliks that pose interesting opportunities for adventure lovers. Indo Asia has chosen some of the most intersesting cicuits for you, but if customisation needs to be done, that too, can be made possible. Our trekking experts and guides are familiar with the different terrains and equipped with superior equipment to plan a memorable trip.

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Everest Base Camp

17 Nights & 18 Days

Overview

Many years ago, one would not be able to even imagine scaling the Mt. Everest and spending some time at the peak with only clouds for company. But now, this is possible for travellers with some amount of training. We leave the peak to serious expeditioners, but do cover the Everest Base Camp, which itself is a thrilling trek for amateur level trekkers. From permissions to camping facilities and booking the right guides for you, we can plan this as an end to end expedittion.

Top Places

Kathmandu | Kathmandu – Lukla | Phakding-Namche Bazaar | Namche Bazaar | Namche Bazaar- Tengboche Monastery | Dingboche | Lobuche | Ghrakshep | Kalapathhar and Everest Base Camp | Pangboche | Phakding | Lukla | Kathmandu

Highlights

Tenboche Monastery | Views of the Himalyan Ranges | Swoyumbhunath | Patan | Bhaktapur | Pashupathinath



Kathmandu / Day 1 - 2

Arrive in Kathmandu, looking down at the sprawl of mountains from your flight. A day in Kathmandu orients you to the simple and spiritual living of the Nepalese. To get oriented, here are some things that will be in store for you. Pashupatinath, UNESCO world cultural heritage site, one of the holiest shrines of all […]
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Kathmandu – Lukla / Day 3

Our guide will come to the hotel to pick you up and transfer to the airport to catch the flight to Lukla. The mountain flight into Lukla is spectacular and the landing an exciting beginning to the trek – one end of the runway is 60 meters higher than the other. Heading through pine and […]
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Phakding-Namche Bazaar / Day 4

With a slight climb to Jorsalle, pass a waterfall. Along this part of the trail villages enjoy magnificent forests of Rhododendron, Mangoliya, and Giant Firs. Walk up to Namche Bazar. Namche Bazaar is the administrative capital of the region, historically it was the staging point for trading expeditions to Tibet and its Saturday market remains […]
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Namche Bazaar / Day 5

An acclimatization day allows for an excursion to Thame. Intricately carved mani stones mark the path to this large valley with a picturesque gompa on the hillside overlooking the valley. Overnight at the hotel.
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Namche Bazaar- Tengboche Monastery / Day 6

Thamserku, Kantega, Ama Dablam, Lhotse and Everest rise in front. Woods of rhododendrons and the river make this a lovely walk. The morning view from Tengboche is considered one of the most magnificent in the world. Tengboche Gompa, is the cultural and religious center of Khumbu. Founded in 1912, it has been destroyed and rebuilt […]
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Dingboche / Day 7 - 8

Stone steps lead down through rhododendrons, birches and conifers where, due to the hunting ban, almost tame pheasants are regularly seen. At the bottom lies the small village of Deboche and its nunnery. Rising above the tree line the trail enters alpine meadows of scrub juniper and, in summer, a profusion of wild flowers. From […]
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Lobuche / Day 9

Alpine meadows and summer yak pastures lead toward the end of the moraine of the Khumbu Glacier where there is a steep, tough climb. There are stone memorials for six Sherpas who died in avalanche, as well as monuments to other climbers. From Lobuche the view is straight towards Nuptse and sunset is truly magnificent. […]
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Ghrakshep / Day 10

This is yet another day of tough climbing. Altitude makes the climb onto the Changri Glacier a daunting task. Overnight at the hotel.
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Kalapathhar and Everest Base Camp / Day 11

This trail provides a wonderful view of Pumori. This section of the trek provides good views of the Everest Group from Gorakshep and Kalapatthar. Especially Kalapattar offers a closest view of Mt. Everest and as well as hundreds of other beautiful peaks including that of Tibet. The route to base camp follows the Khumbu Glacier […]
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Pangboche / Day 12

Descend the Imja Khola overnight to reach Pangboche, the highest permanent settlement. Its gompa, the oldest in Khumbu, is built over the hermitage of Khumbu’s saint Lama Sanga Dorje. The juniper trees on either side are said to have sprung from hair cut from his head and a rock-like projection is a piece of mountainside […]
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Phakding / Day 14

An easy way walk down to Phakding village visa Namche Bazaar. Overnight stay at lodge.
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Lukla / Day 15 - 16

Trek an easy way to Lukla, the last destination of your memorable trek. Our guide will re-confirm your next day flight to Kathmandu in the afternoon. Early morning after breakfast our guide take you to the airport to board on the flight to Kathmandu. Upon arrival at Kathmandu airport you will be transferred to the […]
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Kathmandu / Day 17 - 18

Spend a day sightseeing in Kathmandu. The first is Swoyambhunath Maha Chaitya, the most fascinating architectural jewel of the world and a UNESCO world cultural heritage site. It stands on a hilltop in the western part of the Kathmandu and has been around for 2000 years. The next is Bhaktapur,  an ancient town of which […]
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Gangtey Gogona Trek Bhutan

10 Nights & 11 Days

Overview

Expect one of the most stunning views of the mountains and the forests of Bhutan, during this trek. This trek is possible to during the entire year except July & August. The trek is to the beautiful Phobjikha valley (3,000m), one of the few glacial valleys in Bhutan, which lies in the mountains east of Wangduephodrang. After crossing over the pass you soon come to the great monastery of Gangtey, established in the 17th century. The village of Phobjikha lies a few kilometers down from the monastery, on the valley floor. This quiet, remote valley is the chosen winter home of the rare black-necked cranes, which migrate here annually from the Tibetan plateau. This moderate trek visits the villages of Gogona and Khotokha, passing through meadows and fields, then forests of juniper, magnolia and rhododendrons in full bloom in April. It is a short trek at relatively low elevations, which visits several remote villages.

Top Places

Delhi | Paro-Thimphu | Thimphu | Gangtey | Gogona | Khotokha | Tikke Zampa- Punakha | Paro | Delhi

Highlights

National Library | King's Memorial Chorten | Trashi Chhoe Dzong | Dochu-la Pass | Black Necked Cranes in Phobjikha Valley | Punakha Dzong | Simtokha Dzong | Rinpung Dzong

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Delhi / Day 01

On arrival in Delhi you will be greeted and escorted by Indo Asia Tour executive to your hotel. Overnight in the hotel.
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Paro-Thimphu / Day 02

In clear weather, Druk Air’s flight to Bhutan provides a wonderful view of Himalayan scenery. It is a fascinating journey, culminating in an exciting descent past forested hills into the Kingdom. On arrival at Paro airport, you will be met by our representative and after a drive of one and a half hour duration, reach […]
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Thimphu / Day 03

After breakfast, sightseeing is planned in Thimphu valley including visit to the following : the National Library, housing an extensive collection of priceless Buddhist manuscripts, the Institute for Zorig Chusum (commonly known as the Painting School or Arts & Crafts School) where students undergo a 6-year training course in Bhutan’s 13 traditional arts and crafts. […]
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Gangtey / Day 04

After breakfast, drive to Gangtey across Dochu-la pass (3,088m/ 10,130 ft) stopping briefly here to take in the view and admire the chorten, mani wall, and prayer flags which decorate the highest point on the road. If skies are clear, the following peaks can be seen from this pass (left to right): Masagang (7,158m), Tsendagang […]
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Gogona / Day 05

The trek leaves the valley at 2830km and leads south, then west through meadows and fields. It then climbs through a mixed forest of juniper, bamboo, rhododendrons and magnolia. The trail is rough and rocky and weaves through trees where pack animals have created deep muddy furrows. After crossing Tsele La (3440m) the trail crosses […]
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Khotokha / Day 06

The trail winds gently up above Gogona village, past flocks of sheep and ploughed fields. Climb into a forest of firs, oak, spruce, dwarf rhododendron, miniature azaleas, cypress and juniper. Much of the undergrowth is daphne, the plant that is used for hand-made paper and may be identified by its yellow flowers. Then a long […]
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Tikke Zampa- Punakha / Day 07

A short, steep climb along a well-known path takes you to Tashi La (2800m). This is the upper terminus of the cable car” that transports wood down to Chhuzomsa, 1300m below. The walk down is through a beautiful forest, with the undergrowth changing from rhododendrons and magnolia to ferns and dwarf bamboo. This stretch of […]
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Paro / Day 08 - 09

Morning drive to Paro en route visiting Simtokha Dzong, oldest Dzong in the country built in 1627 by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal. It now houses the Institute of Language and Cultural studies. Arrive Paro, a beautiful valley, rich in culture, scenic beauty and abound in myths and legends. Afternoon visit Ta Dzong built in 1951, was […]
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Delhi / Day 10 - 11

After breakfast transfer to the airport and connect flight to Delhi. On arrival check in at the hotel. Transfer to the airport and connect flight for onward journey.
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Markha Valley Trek Ladakh

16 Nights & 17 Days

Overview

The Markha valley is one of the most beautiful valleys in Ladakh and a popular destination due to the proximity of its whole circuit to Leh. A varied trek across high passes with tremendous views of the snow capped mountains, gorges, arid landscape dotted with villages with their colourful fields of mustard and barley and meetings with locals make this trip a trekker’s delight. However, on this particular itinerary, we do not take the standard route but begin from the little village of Chilling, the only village where metalwork is done in Ladakh. Chilling is sleepy and gorgeous tiny village.  One of the reason that we start our trek from Chilling to avoid crossing any passes in first few days of our trek so that we do not encounter any altitude related problem. Spending a night here, we cross the Zanskar River by cable to meet with our horses on the other side which joins the popular route at Skiu. At the end after crossing the Kongmarula, we make a diversion into a lesser known but again another beautiful valley with high pastures and great views to Stok Base Camp and the ultimate highlight of our trip – the summit of Stok Kangri (6137m). It is best to do this between end of June and end of August.

Top Places

Leh | Shey, Thiksey and Hemis | Chilling | Skiu | Markha | Thachungtse | Nimaling | Chuskirmo | Shang Phu | Gangpoche | Base camp of Stok Kangri | Upper Base Camp | Summit Day | Stok Village | Leh | Delhi

Highlights

Hemis Monastery | Shey Palace | Thiksey Monastery | Zanskar River | Kongmaru La | Matho La | Stok Kangri | Stok Palace Museum | Alchi Monastery



Leh / Day 01

Arrive in Leh, the capital of Ladakh. Only opened to foreign tourists in 1974, Leh has changed somewhat from the day’s yak trains would set off from the main bazaar toward Central Asia. It has, however, retained that Wild West feel. Wander the alleyways of the main bazaar, viewing traditional wares and sampling the local […]
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Shey, Thiksey and Hemis / Day 02

After a leisurely breakfast, we drive to visit Hemis Monastery situated 45km west of Leh; Hemis is the largest and the wealthiest monastery in Ladakh. From Hemis, you are driven back taking the same route to visit Thiksey Monastery, located on a hill-lock with formidable views of the Indus valley. Thiksey is especially noteworthy for […]
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Chilling / Day 03

Today we will drive to Phey the pointing point of your raft trip to Nimmu village, This trip is ideal for beginners you will get upto grade 2+. The trip will finish just after the confluence of the two rivers Zanskar and India. From here you will drive along the Zanskar river to get to […]
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Skiu / Day 04

After leaving the camp you will be hiking on a dot road along the Zanskar river for 2km, from here you will be crossing the river on a trolley and trek over a small hump to trek to Skiu. Skiu is the lowest village during your trek; it is consist of two small villages Skiu […]
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Markha / Day 05

Following the Markha River, we will hike through the lovely valley on a fairly level path. The trail crosses the river at various points, and passes through winter settlements that contain Lhatos (religious shrines for local deities) and Mani walls (stones inscribed with Buddhist prayers). During peak season, a number of tented teahouses will be […]
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Thachungtse / Day 06

The Markha valley trail continues past old stone-mills, a ruined castle and the auspicious monastery of Techa, which is proudly perched on a towering cliff that looms above Markha, well worth visiting if we have the energy! The path then intersects the river several times before cutting through the last hamlets in the valley. After […]
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Nimaling / Day 07 - 08

Today the trail will lead us up to the beautiful plateau of Nimaling, where the people of the Markha Valley bring their herds to graze during the summer months. At 4700m, Nimaling is the highest camp on the trek, giving us spectacular views of Kang Yatse to the right, the Zangskar Range and the Markha […]
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Chuskirmo / Day 09

We climb to the top of Kongmaru La (5100m) which offers excellent views and descend to enter a narrow gorge to our Campsite at Chuskyurmo at 4000 metres
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Shang Phu / Day 10

From Chuskyurmo, we turn into a tributary valley which leads to Gyuncho La at 4700 metres. Descending from the pass, we make camp at Shang Phu at an altitude of 4365 metres.
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Gangpoche / Day 11

Today we climb to cross the Shang La (4960m) and then descend to the Tokpo River and trek further downhill contouring around spurs and over a 4550m pass to our camping place at Gangpoche (4435m).
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Base camp of Stok Kangri / Day 12

Again we have a steady climb in the morning, this time up to the Matho La (4965m) with views of Stok Kangri (6137m). Descend to camp near Shepherds huts at Zurlais (4544m). From here we will cross over small stream and climb on the hill side. Cross one more Shepherd camp to reach base camp.
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Upper Base Camp / Day 13

Summit Day! We have an early start, leaving camp at 3am and if all goes well we should be at the top with the first rays of the sun. After soaking in the amazing panoramic views we descend to Base camp.
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Summit Day / Day 14

We descend and take rest on this day.
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Stok Village / Day 15

Trek back to Stok village and see the Stok Palace Museum and then drive to Leh. The walk is nearly all downhill taking 3 1/2 to 4 hrs through a dramatic canyon with amazing red sandstone formations.
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Leh / Day 16

Or an optional tour to drive upto highest motorable pass or visit to Alchi Monastery one of the oldest monastery in Ladakh. Overnight stay at hotel.
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Delhi / Day 17

On time depart to Leh airport board flight to Delhi
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Kanchenjunga Gochela Trek

19 Nights & 20 Days

Overview

One of the most magnificent treks of the subcontinent, this one requires reasonable amount of fitness and a dire love for the outdoors and the mountains. It is best to do it in Oct-Nov or March-April, when there is little chance of the rains. Towering snow covered peaks, sprawling meadows and interactions with locals along the way are the highlight of this trek. The trek challenges the most seasoned of travellers, so it recommended to gauge your fitness first.

Top Places

Delhi | Bagdogra – Darjeeling | Yuksom | Bakhim | Tshoka | Dzongri | Thangsing | Laxmipokhori –Thangsing | Thangsing to Samiti Lake | Goechela – Thangshing | Tshoka | Yuksom | Tashiding | Pelling | Pemayangtse – Gangtok | Gangtok – Bagdogra | Delhi

Highlights

Jama Masjid | Red Fort | Humayun’s Tomb | Qutab Minar | Ghoom Monastery | Tibetan Refugee Centre | Happy Valley Tea Garden | Jamathang – Plateau | Tashiding Monastery | Rumtek Monastery

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Delhi / Day 01 - 02

On arrival in Delhi you will be greeted and escorted by Indo Asia Tours executive to your hotel. After breakfast visit Red Fort – the 17th century imposing fortress, the Jama Masjid, India’s largest mosque where more than 20,000 people can kneel in prayer and Raj Ghat -Mahatma Gandhi’s Memorial. In the afternoon visit New […]
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Bagdogra – Darjeeling / Day 03 - 04

After breakfast take the flight to Bagdogra. On arrival continue driving to Darjeeling.  It is 90 Kms in distance and will take around 04 hrs driving time. Early morning excursion to Tiger Hill and Ghoom Monastery. The distance from Darjeeling to Tiger Hill is 15 kms and is an hours drive. On a clear one […]
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Yuksom / Day 05

Transfer by coach/car/jeep to Yuksom. This drive takes about 8 hrs. Yuksom was the first capital of Sikkim where the first King of Sikkim was crowned in the year 1641. We either camp in tents or in Trekker’s hut (alt approx 1900 mtrs).
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Bakhim / Day 06

The 1st day of Trek, Yuksom to Bakhim – 07 hrs, includes one-hour lunch stop. We walk up hill following the Rathang River gorge, through dense mixed jungle with Magnolias Rhododendrons, ferns and many different varieties of orchids, brightly colored birds and occasional monkeys. The 1st days Trek ends at Bakhim forest Bungalow (alt approx […]
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Tshoka / Day 07

This trek will be a very short trek and we halt in this place for acclimatization.
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Dzongri / Day 08

Trek Tshoka to Dzongri – 07 hrs including one-hour lunch stop. We walk uphill passing through the last villages of Tshoka. Tshoka is a village for Tibetan Refugees, built specially for them in the year 1965. We pass through Tshoka and walk further uphill to Phithang the lunch stop. After lunch we climb further to […]
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Thangsing / Day 09

This walk will take around 05 to 06 hrs including lunch at the river bank. During the walk, one can see the beautiful view of the Mt. Kanchendzonga range. (alt approx 3800 mtrs)
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Laxmipokhori –Thangsing / Day 10

This trek will take about 6 to 7 hrs including lunch. During the walk one will be passing through the beautiful bushes of Anthopougan. (alt apporox 3800 mtrs).
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Thangsing to Samiti Lake / Day 11

A very gentle leisurely stroll up to Prek Chu Valley amidst spectacular scenery majestic Pandim towers above us on our right and huge rock walls flanks the other side of the river. We pass ruined shrines, many walls inscribed with Tibetan prayers and Yak herder’s hut used only in summer. Crossing a small rise the […]
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Goechela – Thangshing / Day 12

An early start today that starts with some light climbing. The whole areas above Samiti Lake is called Jamathang – Plateau. We cross this under the shadow of Pandim and ascend the moraine to height of about 500 mtrs. When we rest above a frozen lake, which is dotted with snow, and ice pinnacles, we […]
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Tshoka / Day 13

Trek downhill from Thangshing to Tshoka which will take 06 to 07 hrs through the dense forest of Rhododendron and Silverfur. Tshoka is a small beautiful Tibetan village with about 10 to 15 houses. (alt. approx 2550 mtrs). Overnight at tents.
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Yuksom / Day 14

This downhill trek will take around 6 to 7 hrs including lunch. Overnight at trekkers hut or tents.
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Tashiding / Day 15

It is about 16 kms passing through small villages and terraced farm lands. It will take about 5/6 hrs trek
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Pelling / Day 16

Morning walk to Tashiding Monastery. This trek will take around 2 hrs including the time spent in the monastery. This Monastery is believed to be the most sacred Monastery in Sikkim. The Great Guru Padmasambhava the founder of Lamaism is said to have stayed there for sometime of his meditation. Every year in the month […]
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Pemayangtse – Gangtok / Day 17

Drive from Pemayangtse to Gangtok. It is about 130 kms in distance and will take about 6 hrs drive. This day we will drive through Ravangla. In Ravangla one can visit the Bon – Pa Monastery, which is the only Bon – Pa Monastery in Sikkim.
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Gangtok – Bagdogra / Day 18 - 19

Morning excursion to Rumtek Monastery. After lunch half day city tour of Gangtok visiting The Enchey Monastery, the Local Handicraft Centre, The Institute of Tibetology and the Flower Show. Transfer from Gangtok to Bagdogra Airport. It is 120 kms in distance and will take about 5 hrs.
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Delhi / Day 20

In time transfer to the airport and connect flight for onward journey
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Tibet Ganden Samye Trekking

14 Nights & 15 Days

Overview

This trek is more like a pilgrimage and less like a trek. And the ode is to the tallest mountain in the world – the Mt. Everest. The base camp has increasingly got popular over the years but still commands respect in the trekking circles as it poses a lot of challenges. Of course they hold no sway as compared to the stunning views of the Himalayan Range, the simplicity  of  Tibetan life and the spiritual essence of far flung monasteries. All of this adds up to a memorable trip.

Top Places

Kathmandu | Kathmandu – Gonggar Lhasa | Lhasa | Ganden | Base of Shug Ga la Pass | The Shug Ga La – The Junction Lake | Chitu La Pass – Nying Go Sumdo | Samye | Gyantse – Shigatse | Sakya-Shegar | Shegar- Everest Base Camp- Rombuk-Old Tingri | Zhang Mu – Kathmandu

Highlights

Pashupatinath | Boudhanath | Patan | Sera Monastery | Norbulingka | The Barkhor Square | Jokhang Temple | Potala Palace | Drepung Monastery | Gelug Pa Monastery | Shug Ga La | The Junction Lake | Samye Monastery | Norjing Gang Sang Glacier Peak | The Palkhor Chode Monastery | Everest Base Camp | Tashilhunpo | Qomolangma National Park



Kathmandu / Day 01

Flying into Kathmandu is an unforgettable experience with the Himalaya spread out before you. You will be met at the airport on arrival and transferred to your hotel. This day is reserved for sightseeing in the city of Kathmandu. Pashupatinath, UNESCO world cultural heritage site, one of the holiest shrines of all Hindus, is located […]
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Kathmandu – Gonggar Lhasa / Day 03

Needless to express how scenic the flight to Lhasa Gongar airport is. Upon arrival at Lhasa Gongar airport, you will be welcomed by our Tibetan crew guide and driver. Relax on this day and acclimatize.
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Lhasa / Day 04 - 05

After breakfast, you will be briefed on the day’s program. An experienced guide will take you on a tour to Sera Monastery, Norbulingka and the Barkhor Square. At the famous Sera Monastery, you will get an insight into the important aspects of Tibetan Buddhism.  You pay a visit to Norbulingka, the summer retreat of the […]
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Ganden / Day 06

The very first Gelug Pa ( yellow hat tradition of Buddhism ) monastery to be founded in Tibet by the great founder of Yellow hat tradition, the source of the great traditions of Dalai Lamas, Penchen Lamas and various other highly respected Buddhist personages lies here. Its history dates back to the 15th century. After […]
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Base of Shug Ga la Pass / Day 07

A beautiful fresh morning up in the mountains, we have our warm breakfast at the camp and take things easy as it is a relaxing day with some ascent. We walk trough the Shug Ga valley passing probably some local Tibetan nomads and their camps to the base of Shuga la. It’s an easy day.
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The Shug Ga La – The Junction Lake / Day 08

This is the day we tackle the highest pass on the trek – The Shug Ga  La pass. We start with steep ascent, but take it easy and do it slowly as we have plenty of time Descend from the pass and find that the scenery is quite different from here. We continue trek cross […]
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Chitu La Pass – Nying Go Sumdo / Day 09

This day we trek through the Chi Tu valley, crossing the Chi Tu pass and crossing lakes at the pass. From here we have a beautiful deep descent where the scenery changes a lot. We have our camp at Nying Go Sumdo junction, a nice meadow camp site between two rivers.
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Samye / Day 10

This day is about being in Tibetan farming villages. Arrive at Samye monastery where we have our camp in the meadow and picnic ground behind the it. After lunch we visit the monastery.
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Gyantse – Shigatse / Day 11 - 12

An early morning ferry across the Yarlung Tsangpo is a fitting beginning to one of the most scenically spectacular drives in Tibet. Drive towards the Khampa la pass ( 4730metres ). At the pass we have a short break for stunning views of some major white peaks in the eastern regions of Himalaya to the […]
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Sakya-Shegar / Day 13

Tashilhunpo is the seat of the Panchen Lama, second only in importance to the Dalai Lama. Its numerous halls contain a 21.6-meter wooden statue of Maitreya, the future Buddha and elaborate, jewel encrusted reliquary chorten.  Sakya was the seat of political power in central Tibet from the 10th to mid 14th century. The fortified monastery […]
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Shegar- Everest Base Camp- Rombuk-Old Tingri / Day 14

Turn off the Friendship Highway for a stunning drive through Qomolangma National Park to reach the tiny Rhongphu Gompa at 5000m. From here you   trek 7 km to the Everest Base Camp. If you want to skip the trek you can rent a horse-cart or you can drive by local vehicle. The base camp itself […]
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Zhang Mu – Kathmandu / Day 15

Make sure you have some photos left for the panoramic views of the Himalayan range as you cross the Lalung La pass (5200m). Shisabangma, the highest peak in Tibet,  Mt. Everest and Cho-Oyucan be seen. After completing border formalities drive to Kathmandu via Bhote Koshi valley and Dhulikhel.
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