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Tibet Ganden Samye Trekking

14 Nights & 15 Days


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


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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