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Nyingchi Day Tours: how to arrange day trip in Nyingchi

December,03 2018 BY Master Kungga Dundruk 0 COMMENTS

An ideal place to start a tour of Tibet, Nyingchi has a huge abundance of attractions for tourists to the area, from the stunning Basum Tso Lake to the beauty of the Namche Barwa Mountain and the Yarlung Zangbo Grand Canyon. Known as the “Swiss Alps of Tibet”, this beautiful land is a dream destination for adventurous tourists and nature lovers, with stunning glaciers, 3,000-year-old cypress trees, and the longest river in Tibet.

Recommended Nyingchi Day Tour

Draksum-tso Lake One Day Tour

Draksum-tso, also Basum Lake, is one of Tibet's most famous scenic spots in eastern Tibet. It lies about 30km off the Lhasa to Nyingchi Road and it is easy to get there by car. Tourists always make a day tour from Lhasa to Nyingchi and make a small detour to Braksum-tso enroute. If you go to this lake from Nyingchi, the distance between Nyingchi and Draksum-tso is 122km. And it would take you 2.5 hours driving.

Draksum-tso Lake in NyingchiThe beautiful Draksum-tso Lake is encircled with profuse primeval forest.

The alpine lake lies 3,538 meters above the sea level, at the mid-upper reaches of the Bar River, the largest tributary of the Niyang River. It is 18 km long and 1.5 km wide, spanning 25.9 square kilometers. The deepest point of the lake is about 60 meters. The highlight of Barksum-tso is the Tsodzong monastery island, the monastery is one of the holy monasteries in Tibet and founded by Sangye Lingpa in the 14th century.

Useful tips:
Admission CNY 100, the entrance is required at a toll gate 33km pass the Lhasa to Nyingchi Highway, 4km to the Lake.

Brahmaputra River Grand Canyon One Day Tour

Brahmaputra River Grand Canyon is the deepest and biggest canyon in the world. Being 504.6 km long, the canyon is 6,009 meters at the deepest point, with an average depth of 2,268 meters. The scenic spot is 120km away from Nyingchi town, and it would take you 1.5 hours for driving. It starts from the Dahuka Village (2,880 meters above sea level) of the Mainling County in the north, and ends at the Bacoka Village (115 meters above sea level) of the Medog County. There aren’t any shuttle buses from Nyingchi to Brahmaputra River Grand Canyon. If you want to visit there, you can rent a car for a day tour to Brahmaputra River Grand Canyon with your Tibetan guide.

Lulang Forest and Cypress Forest Day Tour

Going to the east from Bayi Town and passing through the mountain pass of Sejila (1.5 hours driving and 68km east of Bayi town), Lulang Forest will stand in front of you. With an altitude of 3700m, Lulang Forest is a famous scenic area in Lulang Town, Nyingchi. Here you can find the some small Tibetan villages which are surrounded by dense forest and fresh air. The species of trees and vegetation are very rich, with a large number of birds resting and living within the forest. The distant clouds, the snow-capped mountains, the endless pines, and the quiet pastoral displayed a beautiful landscape as if people live in a fairyland. If you are planning a tour to Nyingchi, a day tour for Lulang Forest would never let you down.

Nyingchi Lulang ForestLulang Forest, a blossoming land of bright color flowers.

Extended Nyingchi Day Tour to Lhasa, Mount Everest, Namtso Lake, and Tsedang

One of the best ways to enter Tibet, starting in Nyingchi and taking in the stunning sights of the city make a great start to any Tibet tour. Adding the area to the classic itineraries of Nyingchi is a great way to improve on a Tibetan tour, and with the Nyingchi Mainling Airport offering flights from several cities in China, it is a short hop to the beautiful area of eastern Tibet.

9 Days Nyingchi Lhasa Everest Tour

An amazing trip that takes you from the low-altitude area of Nyingchi, the Swiss Alps of Tibet to the heights of Mount Everest, and includes a tour of the spectacular sights of Lhasa, Gyantse, and Shigatse, this tour is one of the best ways to include the ultimate plateau beauty of Nyingchi with a trip across the vast Tibetan plateau.

Nyingchi Lhasa Everest TourOur clients have made it to Mt.Everest after visiting Nyingchi.

Day 1 Arrival at Nyingchi Mainling Airport and Visit Giant Cypress Nature Reserve and Lulang Forests
After arriving at the Nyingchi Mainling Airport, your guide will great you and load your luggage into the car. On the way to the hotel in Bayi Town, you will take a side trip to visit the Giant Cypress Nature Reserve, where the world’s tallest cypress trees grow to heights of more than 50 meters, and to the famous Lulang Forest, a beautiful plateau mountain meadow. Then it is on to your hotel.

Stay overnight in Bayi Town.

Day 2 Nyingchi to Draksum-tso to Lhasa (470km, 7hrs driving, asphalt road, 2600m)
The second day takes you from your hotel in Bayi Town to the beautiful Draksum-tso, one of Tibet’s most famous scenic spots and a stunning holy lake of Tibet. Lying at an altitude of around 3,538 meters, this spectacular lake lies in the mid-upper reaches of the Bar River, one of the main tributaries of the Niyang River in Nyingchi.

After visiting the lake, the rest of the day is spent traveling to Lhasa, the Tibetan capital, passing through some of the most stunning landscapes in eastern Tibet, and passing over the beautiful Mila Mountain Pass, with its three stone yak sculptures at the crest.

Stay overnight in Lhasa.

Day 3 Lhasa tour: Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple and Barkhor Street
The following day, your first stop will be the world-famous Potala Palace, the winter palace of the Dalai Lama. Sitting atop Moburi (Red Hill), the palace looks down on the town of Lhasa from its 3,750-meter vantage point. The temple dates back to the 7th century, and houses artifacts and works of art from throughout Tibetan History. The palace also has the gilded burial stupas of the past Dalai Lamas, and below ground lies the ancient meditation cave of the 33rd King of Tibet.

After some lunch, you will head downtown to Jokhang Temple, the primary seat of the Gelugpa sect of Tibetan Buddhism. It was built by the 33rd King of Tibet in 647AD, and is the spiritual center of Tibet and the holiest temple in Tibetan Buddhism. Inside sits the most precious object in the temple, a life-sized statue of Buddha Sakyamuni when he was just 12 years old. Adorned with many precious gems, this gilded statue is the most sacred object in Tibet.

Running around the temple is the famed Barkhor Street. As well as the route of the holy kora, or religious circumambulation, it is also the site of many sellers where you can buy authentic souvenirs from across the region. You can join the pilgrims on their clockwise walk around the temple.

Stay overnight in Lhasa.

Day 4 Lhasa Tour: Sera Monastery and Drepung Monastery
The next morning you will leave early for a trip outside Lhasa, first to Drepung Monastery, one of the Great Three monasteries of the Gelugpa sect. Sitting at the foot of Gambo Utse, 5 kilometers outside Lhasa, it was founded by Jamyang Choge, one of the disciples of Tsong Khapa, in 1416. The Ganden Potrang, sited in the southwest corner of the monastery, was the former residence of the Dalai Lama, until the move to the Potala Palace.

In the afternoon, you will travel back across the city to the northern suburbs, to visit Sera Monastery, another of the Great Three monasteries. Founded in 1419, the name, Sera, means "wild rose" in Tibetan, and was named because of the roses that were in bloom on the hill behind it when it was built. The main attraction of the monastery is the colorful and animated debating of the monks, held under the trees in the debating field every afternoon. Definitely, something to watch, even if you do not understand what is said.

Stay overnight in Lhasa.

Day 5 Lhasa to Gyantse and Shigatse: Yamdrok-tso, Korola Glacier, Pelkor Monastery and Gyantse Kumbum
In the morning our guide will drive you from Lhasa to Gyantse. En route to Gyantse you will pass over Gampala Pass, which lies at an elevation of 4,790 meters, and will pass the amazing Lake Yamdrok. At 4,400 meters above sea level, the lake lies nestled between the lofty mountains, and you will see the holy mountain, Nyenchen Khangsar, its 7,191 meter peak standing tall in the distance. The trip to Gyantse also passes close by the Karola Glacier.

In Gyantse, you will get to visit the unique Pelkor Monastery, which is rare due to it housing three different sects of Tibetan Buddhism under one roof. You will also get to see the Gyantse Kumbum, a giant architectural stupa that stands 34 meters high, and consists of nine floors, each with its own unique chapels.

After another hour and a half of driving you will reach Shigatse, and will be able to visit the traditional barley mill and in summer you can view the spectacular sight of the barley fields in full crop.

Stay overnight in Gyantse.

Day 6 Shigatse (3900m) to Everest Base Camp(5200m): Tashilunpo Monastery and Everest Base Camp
Before leaving Shigatse, you will get to visit the seat of Tibet's second-highest spiritual leader, the Panchen Lama, at Tashi Lhunpo Monastery.

After obtaining your Alien's Travel Permit, which is needed to tour this area, you will leave Shigatse for Lhatse, a small town where you can get a nice lunch. On the drive on to Shegar, weather permitting, you will get your first look at the amazing sight of Mt. Everest, or Mt. Quomolangma as it is called in Tibetan.

The route will go over the Tsola Pass, at 4,600 meters, and the Gyatsola Pass, which is higher at 5,248 meters. On entering the Mt. Everest National Nature Reserve you will be able to enjoy the amazing panoramic view of the Himalayas as you travel over Gawula Pass, at an elevation of 5,198 meters. After arriving at Rongbuk you will be able to rest from the long drive, ready for the trip to EBC.

Stay overnight at Rongbuk Guest House.

Day 7 EBC (5200m) and return to Shigatse (3900m): Rongbuk Monastery
As the dawn comes, you will be able to greet the sun as it rises over the mountains, framing Everest in its morning glow in the distance. The view of Everest from Rongbuk is magnificent, with the mountain standing proud in front of you. After breakfast, you can trek 4km from Rongbuk to Everest Base Camp.

After visiting EBC, and taking all the photographs you can manage, you will head back to Rongbuk Monastery for a tour of this amazing monastery. The highest monastery in the world, at 5,000 meters above sea level, it is part of the Nyingmapa Sect of Tibetan Buddhism, and is unique in that both monks and nuns live together in the same monastery.

After Rongbuk you will be driven back to Shigatse, and stay overnight there.

Day 8 Shigatse (3900m) to Lhasa (3650m)
The day is spent driving back to Lhasa along the famous Sino-Nepal Friendship Highway. The road to Lhasa is 280 km long and it takes around six hours to drive. The road follows the course of the Yarlung Tsangpo river, which is the longest and largest river in Tibet. The evening will be yours to rest from the long drive.

Stay overnight in Lhasa.

Day 9 Depart from Lhasa
On the last day of your tour, our guide will take you to the airport or train station, and help you with checking in and boarding.

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10 Days Nyingchi Lhasa Namtso Tour

The ideal extension to a Lhasa - Namtso tour in Tibet, this awesome adventure takes you from the lush lowland plateau area of Nyingchi, famous for its peach blossoms, to the stunning sights of Lhasa and the high-altitude beauty of Lake Namtso, the Heavenly Lake in the north of Lhasa, in Damxung County. Including giant cypress trees that stand 50 meters tall and the beauty of the Lulang Forest, this tour will leave you breathless.

Nyingchi Lhasa Namtso TourExtending Eastern Tibet Nyingchi trip to Namtso Lake, one of the Great Three Holy Lakes in Tibet.

Day 1 Arrival at Nyingchi Mainling Airport and Drive to Pome: Giant Cypress Nature Reserve and Lulang Forests
After arriving at the Nyingchi Mainling Airport, your guide will great you and load your luggage into the car. On the way to Pome, you will take a side trip to visit the Giant Cypress Nature Reserve, where the world’s tallest cypress trees grow to heights of more than 50 meters, and to the famous Lulang Forest, a beautiful plateau mountain meadow. Then it is on to your hotel.

Stay overnight in Pome.

Day 2 Pome to Rawok Lake (163km, 2hrs driving, asphalt road, 2600m)
In the morning you will head for the famous Rawok Lake, surrounded by its magnificent snow mountains and lush alpine forests. A vast lake, Rawok Lake lies at an altitude of around 3,850 meters above sea level, and is fed by melting ice from the many glaciers in the mountains around its shores. To the north of the lake lies the famous Lhegu Glacier, one of the largest glaciers in eastern Tibet.

Stay overnight in local guesthouse.

Day 3 Rawok Lake to Pome
Pome County is one of the seven districts of Nyingchi, and a beautiful area that is filled with peach blossoms in the spring. After staying overnight at Rawok Lake, you will drive back to Pome and spend the day sightseeing in the town. Stay overnight in Pome.

Day 4 Pome to Niyang River to Bayi
In the morning you will travel from Pome County to Bayi Town, the central administrative district of Nyingchi City, flowing the Niyang River to Bayi Town. This beautiful river is the main tributary of the Yarlung Zangbo River, and is more than 300 kilometers long. Passing through Bayi on its way to the Yarlung Zangbo, the views of the river from the town are delightful, and the riverside is a great place to stroll in the evenings.

Stay overnight in Bayi Town.

Day 5 Bayi Town to Draksum-tso to Lhasa (470km, 7hrs driving, asphalt road, 2600m)
The second day takes you from your hotel in Bayi Town to the beautiful Draksum-tso, one of Tibet’s most famous scenic spots and a stunning holy lake of Tibet. Lying at an altitude of around 3,538 meters, this spectacular lake lies in the mid-upper reaches of the Bar River, one of the main tributaries of the Niyang River in Nyingchi.

After visiting the lake, the rest of the day is spent traveling to Lhasa, the Tibetan capital, passing through some of the most stunning landscapes in eastern Tibet, and passing over the beautiful Mila Mountain Pass, with its three stone yak sculptures at the crest.

Stay overnight in Lhasa.

Day 6 Lhasa tour: Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple and Barkhor Street
The following day, your first stop will be the world-famous Potala Palace, the winter palace of the Dalai Lama. Sitting atop Moburi (Red Hill), the palace looks down on the town of Lhasa from its 3,750-meter vantage point. The temple dates back to the 7th century, and houses artifacts and works of art from throughout Tibetan History. The palace also has the gilded burial stupas of the past Dalai Lamas, and below ground lies the ancient meditation cave of the 33rd King of Tibet.

After some lunch, you will head downtown to Jokhang Temple, the primary seat of the Gelugpa sect of Tibetan Buddhism. It was built by the 33rd King of Tibet in 647AD, and is the spiritual center of Tibet and the holiest temple in Tibetan Buddhism. Inside sits the most precious object in the temple, a life-sized statue of Buddha Sakyamuni when he was just 12 years old. Adorned with many precious gems, this gilded statue is the most sacred object in Tibet.

Running around the temple is the famed Barkhor Street. As well as the route of the holy kora, or religious circumambulation, it is also the site of many sellers where you can buy authentic souvenirs from across the region. You can join the pilgrims on their clockwise walk around the temple.

Stay overnight in Lhasa.

Day 7 Lhasa Tour: Sera Monastery and Drepung Monastery
The next morning you will leave early for a trip outside Lhasa, first to Drepung Monastery, one of the Great Three monasteries of the Gelugpa sect. Sitting at the foot of Gambo Utse, 5 kilometers outside Lhasa, it was founded by Jamyang Choge, one of the disciples of Tsong Khapa, in 1416. The Ganden Potrang, sited in the southwest corner of the monastery, was the former residence of the Dalai Lama, until the move to the Potala Palace.

In the afternoon, you will travel back across the city to the northern suburbs, to visit Sera Monastery, another of the Great Three monasteries. Founded in 1419, the name, Sera, means "wild rose" in Tibetan, and was named because of the roses that were in bloom on the hill behind it when it was built. The main attraction of the monastery is the colorful and animated debating of the monks, held under the trees in the debating field every afternoon. Definitely, something to watch, even if you do not understand what is said.

Stay overnight in Lhasa.

Day 8 Lhasa to Namtso Lake (220km, 4 hrs driving, asphalt road in good condition)
In the morning you will be driven to the holy Lake Namtso, 250km north of Lhasa. En route you will pass the famous Nyenchen Tanggula Mountains, and you will get to see a lot of open landscape along the way. The foot of the mountains is a good place to see nomadic herdsmen grazing sheep and yaks on the grassy slopes.

Lake Namtso is one of the four Holy Lakes of Tibet, and is known as the “Heavenly Lake”. It is the largest lake in Tibet, and the second largest saltwater lake in China. At an elevation of 4,470 meters, it is the highest lake in the world, and is supplied by the Nyenchen Tanggula Mountains. Surrounded by lush grasslands and the best pasture land in Northern Tibet, the lake is also home to five small, uninhabited islands, and five peninsulas reach out into its turquoise waters.

Stay overnight in Namtso Guest house.

Day 9 Namtso to Yangpachen Hotspring and back to Lhasa (220km, 4hours driving)
In the morning you can take the time to explore the lake-shore more, and you can walk along the shore to Tashi Dor Island to take a look at the famous “meditation caves”, which still host many meditators and yogis from across the Tibetan Plateau.

For lunch, your guide will drive you to Dumxang, and in the afternoon you will have the chance to enjoy the Yangpachen hot spring, which has both indoor and outdoor pools filled with relaxing hot spring water. In the evening you will head back to Lhasa for a good night of rest.

Stay overnight in Lhasa.

Day 10 Depart from Lhasa
On the last day of your tour, our guide will take you to the airport or train station, and help you with checking in and boarding.

10 Days Nyingchi Tsedang Shigatse Lhasa Tour

An extended tour that takes you to the greatest cities of Tibet, starting in Nyingchi City, the home of the peach blossoms, this stupendous adventure gives you an insight into the scenery and culture of Tibet in all its glory, as well as a unique look into the history of the origins of the ancient Tibetan kings in Tsedang. Travel from the lush beauty of Nyingchi to the cradle of Tibetan civilization, and on to some of the greatest features of Tibetan Buddhism in Lhasa, Shigatse, and Gyantse.

Nyingchi Tsedang Shigatse Lhasa TourA panoramic view of Yungbulakang Palace in Tibet.

Day 1 Arrival at Nyingchi Mainling Airport and Visit Giant Cypress Nature Reserve and Lulang Forests
After arriving at the Nyingchi Mainling Airport, your guide will great you and load your luggage into the car. On the way to the hotel in Bayi Town, you will take a side trip to visit the Giant Cypress Nature Reserve, where the world’s tallest cypress trees grow to heights of more than 50 meters, and to the famous Lulang Forest, a beautiful plateau mountain meadow. Then it is on to your hotel.

Stay overnight in Bayi Town.

Day 2 Nyingchi(3100m) to Tsedang(3515m) (450km, 8h)
The second day of your trip is spent in the long drive from Nyingchi to Tsedang in Shannan Prefecture, passing trough Mainling County and along some of the most stunning scenery of the Yarlung Zangbo Valley on the route to Tsedang.

Stay overnight in Tsedang.

Day 3 Day tour in Tsedang: Yumbulakang and Trandruk Temple
Day three sees you taking a day trip to visit the stunning Yumbulakang Palace, the former center of royal rule in Tibet and the famous Trandruk Temple. Yumbulakang was built by the ancient Bon people of Tibet for the first Tibetan king, who they believed descended from Heaven. Possibly the first real building in Tibet, it remained the royal palace until the 7th century, when Songtsen Gampo move the capital to Lhasa.

Trandruk is one of the earliest temples in Tibet, and was built around the same time as the Jokhang Temple in Lhasa. One of the eight temples that are believed to have been built on the body parts of a demoness, Trandruk has a similar layout to the Jokhang temple.

Stay overnight in Tsedang.

Day 4 Day tour in Tsedang: Samye Monastery
A day out to Samye Monastery, the first Buddhist monastery in Tibet is one of the most wonderful aspects of this tour, as few foreign visitors get to travel to see it properly. Built by the Tibetan king, Trisong Detsen, the purpose of Samye was to inspire and revitalize Buddhism in Tibet, which had dropped in the years since the death of Songtsen Gampo.

The monastery lies in the small village of Dranang in Lhoka, also known as Shannan, and was modeled on the design of the famous Odantapuri in India, one of the rare Buddhist monasteries that were built in the 8th century in what is now Bihar State.

Stay overnight in Tsedang.

Day 5 Tsedang (3515m) to Gyantse (3950m): Yamdrok-tso and Karo La Glacier
In the morning our guide will drive you from Tsedang to Gyantse. En route to Gyantse you will pass over Gampala Pass, which lies at an elevation of 4,790 meters, and will pass the amazing Lake Yamdrok. At 4,400 meters above sea level, the lake lies nestled between the lofty mountains, and you will see the holy mountain, Nyenchen Khangsar, its 7,191-meter peak standing tall in the distance. The trip to Gyantse also passes close by the Karola Glacier.

Stay overnight in Gyantse.

Day 6 Gyantse (3950m) to Shigatse (3900m): Pelkor Monastery and Tashilhunpo Monastery
Today you will go and visit the famed Pelkor Monastery and Kumbum Stupa. The monastery is the main monastery for Buddhists in Gyantse, and houses thousands of Buddhist sutras, scripts, and artifacts, as well as many paintings, which have left a deep influence on Tibetan art.

After the visit you will travel for another hour and a half to reach Shigatse, the second largest city in Tibet. You will get to visit the famous Tashi Lhunpo Monastery, which contains the largest, ancient, and the well-preserved statue of Jampa, the future Buddha. The monastery is also the seat of Tibetan Buddhism’s second-highest spiritual incarnation, the Panchen Lama.

Stay overnight in Shigatse.

Day 7 Shigatse (3900m) to Lhasa (3650m)
The day is spent driving back to Lhasa along the famous Sino-Nepal Friendship High-way. The road to Lhasa is 280 km long and it takes around six hours to drive. The road follows the course of the Yarlung Tsangpo river, which is the longest and largest river in Tibet. The evening will be yours to rest from the long drive.

Stay overnight in Lhasa.

Day 8 Lhasa Tour: Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple and Barkhor Street
The following day, your first stop will be the world-famous Potala Palace, the winter palace of the Dalai Lama. Sitting atop Moburi (Red Hill), the palace looks down on the town of Lhasa from its 3,750-meter vantage point. The temple dates back to the 7th century, and houses artifacts and works of art from throughout Tibetan History. The palace also has the gilded burial stupas of the past Dalai Lamas, and below ground lies the ancient meditation cave of the 33rd King of Tibet.

After some lunch, you will head downtown to Jokhang Temple, the primary seat of the Gelugpa sect of Tibetan Buddhism. It was built by the 33rd King of Tibet in 647AD, and is the spiritual center of Tibet and the holiest temple in Tibetan Buddhism. Inside sits the most precious object in the temple, a life-sized statue of Buddha Sakyamuni when he was just 12 years old. Adorned with many precious gems, this gilded statue is the most sacred object in Tibet.

Running around the temple is the famed Barkhor Street. As well as the route of the holy kora, or religious circumambulation, it is also the site of many sellers where you can buy authentic souvenirs from across the region. You can join the pilgrims on their clockwise walk around the temple.

Stay overnight in Lhasa.

Day 9 Lhasa Tour: Sera Monastery and Drepung Monastery
The next morning you will leave early for a trip outside Lhasa, first to Drepung Monastery, one of the Great Three monasteries of the Gelugpa sect. Sitting at the foot of Gambo Utse, 5 kilometers outside Lhasa, it was founded by Jamyang Choge, one of the disciples of Tsong Khapa, in 1416. The Ganden Potrang, sited in the southwest corner of the monastery, was the former residence of the Dalai Lama, until the move to the Potala Palace.

In the afternoon, you will travel back across the city to the northern suburbs, to visit Sera Monastery, another of the Great Three monasteries. Founded in 1419, the name, Sera, means "wild rose" in Tibetan, and was named because of the roses that were in bloom on the hill behind it when it was built. The main attraction of the monastery is the colorful and animated debating of the monks, held under the trees in the debating field every afternoon. Definitely, something to watch, even if you do not understand what is said.

Stay overnight in Lhasa.

Day 10 Depart from Lhasa
On the last day of your tour, your guide will take you to the airport or train station, and help you with checking in and boarding.

Join-in Most Classic Eastern Tibet Nyingchi Tours

Conclusion

With Nyingchi being the up and coming new gateway to Tibet, once the railway line is completed, taking a trip to Tibet and the usual sights from Nyingchi is a great way to add the most beautiful and scenic part of the plateau to your tour. Taking in the sights and sounds of this beautiful and tranquil part of eastern Tibet is a dream come true for many people, and with the faster travel already there between Nyingchi and Lhasa, the timing could not be better for a Nyingchi Tibetan tour.

Master Kungga Dundruk

About the Author - Master Kungga Dundruk

The Lhasa-born prodigy used to study business overseas, and got his Bachelor of Business in Nepal and India before moving back to his homeland.With pure passion for life and unlimited love for Tibet, Kunga started his guide career as early as 1997.

Responsible, considerate and humorous, he devoted his entire life guiding and serving international tourists travelling in Tibet.As a legendary Tibetan travel guru with 20-year pro guide experience , he once had an exclusive interview with the US media. Currently he is working in Tibet Vista as the Tour Operating Director. Whenever our clients run into troubles, he is your first call and will offer prompt support.

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