Tibetan Prayer Flag with Five Colors

Tibetan Buddhism has Five Colors with Five Meaning

In Tibetan Buddhism, different colors will have different meanings. When you have your wonderful trip in Tibet, you can see these colors everywhere, such as: blue, white, yellow, green, red. So, the Tibetan pray flag have five colors. Blue means space. It is believed that anger can be transformed into wisdom when meditating on this…

April 13, 2016 BY Kunga

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Tips For First Time Trekking In Himalayas

Do you yearn to undertake trekking in Himalayas, getting up close and personal with some of the greatest scenery in the world? If this is the first time you have visited the region or the first time you have tried your hand at trekking, we are fully aware that it can be a bit of…

July 31, 2014 BY Kunga

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An Introduction to Tanot Mata Mandir of Jaisalmer

Tanot Mata Mandir – Temples have a huge significance in a country like India where there are thousands of temples all over the country. There are many religious monuments that are world famous and there are many people who visit these temples every year. These temples are not only of religious significance, but also are…

July 28, 2014 BY Kunga

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Scenery of Rawok Lake

Scenery of Rawok Lake

  Photo taken on May 24, 2014 shows the scenery of Rawok Lake beside China’s National highway 318 in Baxoi County of Chamdo Prefecture, southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region.

May 27, 2014 BY Kunga

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Today our Tibetan guide Yangkyi and our customers have a wonderful day in Lhasa!

A Fantastic Day in Lhasa

Today our Tibetan guide Yangkyi and our customers have a wonderful day in Lhasa!   This is a family photo of this group tour taken in front of the Potala Palace.   They watch a Tibetan opera show today to get to know more about Tibetan culture.   Several customers even go on the stage…

May 22, 2014 BY Kunga

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Namtsto lake

Lake Namsto Unfrozen to Host More Tourists

  Lake Namsto, one of the three renowned holy lakes in Tibet, has bid farewell to its annual frozen period since May when ice begins to melt on the lake surface. Being the highest salt lake on earth, the Namsto Lake is located at an elevation of 4,722 meters above sea level. Located in the Damxiong…

May 21, 2014 BY Kunga

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When the bar is closed, it seems like time has frozen at this moment. Everything is quiet and tranquil.

Let’s Party in Lhasa

There are many bars in Lhasa. Today I will introduce you a special one. Its name is “Namaste Café”. It’s a Tibetan style bar with modern element. Like any bars in the world, Namaste has different kinds of wine and liquor for customer to choose. Take a sip and a rest in the bar.  …

May 20, 2014 BY Kunga

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Tips for Summer Trip to Tibet

Tips for Summer Trip to Tibet

  Tibet is a land of breathtaking scenic views and rich cultural history.Before planning specifics, you should contact a Tibet travel agency and ask about any necessary permits. Once your paperwork is in order, you can focus on the sort of trip you’d like to have. If you’re planning to travel in the near future, you…

May 19, 2014 BY Kunga

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The sunrise of Mt. Everest. This is often called the “golden Everest”.

Trip to Mt. Everest

Our customers made a wonderful trip from Lhasa to Mt. Everest several days ago. Just like the old saying in Tibet, “He who sees the summit of Everest, is a lucky one”.   The guesthouse of Rongbuk Monastery   Our customers are resting in the guesthouse and preparing for the Climbing.   The sunrise of…

May 16, 2014 BY Kunga

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On the Way to Mt. Kailash

On the Way to Mt. Kailash

Our Tibetan guide together with travelers took these pictures on the way to Mt. Kailash. The weather is so good that you can see the clouds floating in the sapphire sky and birds spreading wings.

May 15, 2014 BY Kunga

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