Tibet and kailash tour

Tibet Landscape and Cultural Discovery Best Bang for Buck Seven days easy cultural andn landscape Tibet trip-“Lhasa Namtso Lake-central Tibet-Lhasa” Our agency arranged this seven-day Tibet tour program on private tour basis in the past years. For the Tibet travel season 2014, we are going to organize this golden Tibet tour on budget basis with higher quality in the market. This short trip is suitable for all ages. 7 days Golden Tibet tour itinerary: Lhasa Namtso Lake-Yamdrok Lake-Gyantse-Shigatse Budget trip outline Day1 get to Lhasa, airport/railway station-hotel transfer, rest well for high altitude Day2 highlight walking tour in Lhasa:Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple & Barkhor Bazaar Day3 Lhasa highlight trip: Tibet Museum, Norbulinka-Summer Palace of Dalai Lama and Sera Monastery Day4 Lhasa-Yangpachen Geothermal-Damxung county-Namtso-Lake-Lhasa[500km roundtrip landscape] Day5 Lhasa-Lake Yamdrok-Gyantse (Palkhor Monastery & Kumbum Stupa)-Shigatse (350km) Day6 Shigatse (Tashilhunpo Monastery & Local free market)-Lhasa (280km) Day7 Leave Lhasa for next stop.

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Mountain Flights

Mountain flight appeals  all categories of travelers. For those who are restricted  by time or other considerations from going trekking, these flights offer a panoramic view of the Himalaya in just one hour. Even those visitors who like the rigors of a trek still don’t miss the opportunity to conquer  the mountains in one fell swoop.
 

The Himalaya is the youngest yet highest mountain range in the world and forms a natural border for Nepal in the northern front. For Nepalese these mountains are the sacred abode of the gods but they also continue to captivate millions around the world due to their sheer majesty and beauty; tempting thousands to attempt at conquering its peaks. Those who actually reach the Himalaya will tell you that the experience can indeed be very humbling.
 

Of the fourteen peaks higher than 8000 meters, eight are in Nepal. Although there is no denying that walking up and down the hills for a close up view of the Himalaya is very much worth the effort, this we have to confess is not for everyone, due to the physical and time requirements. Buddha Air’s Everest Experience is meant especially for those who don’t want to leave Nepal without touching the sacred and majestic Himalaya.
 

To get the best of the weather conditions in the mountains where strong winds start blowing gathering clouds and raising snow plumes which block the view as the day progresses ahead, mountain flights take place early in the morning. Buddha air or yeti air is not something you want to miss; regardless of how late it was last night or how cold it is outside.

Upon receiving the green signal from the air traffic controller, the commander and co-pilot of the Beech craft 1900D, the safest plane operating in the domestic sector, start the engines to take you on the ride of your life. The flight heads north east upon take off and soon after the emerald green or golden paddy fields below, depending on the time of the year, start giving way to green sub alpine forests.
 

Less than ten minutes after being airborne, one gets the first glimpse of the snowy white peaks on the far left while below the hill slopes acquire a rocky rugged and barren look, like empty landscapes from another world. Within the next few minutes one is already flying above the snowy outlines of the greater Himalaya at an altitude of 25000 feet above the ground.
 

The first ones to come to view are the peaks straight north of Kathmandu Valley, starting with the 8013m high Shisha Pangma, the 14th highest mountain in the world, which is actually located in Tibet, a few kilometers from the border. Then come a series of several smaller peaks beginning with Dorje Lakpa (6966m) which looks like the figure eight and is located on the eastern edge of Langtang National Park, followed by Phurbi Ghyachu (6637m) on its right, the 5970m Choba Bhamare which remains unconquered, Gauri Shankar (7134m) named after Lord Shiva and his consort, Melungtse (7181m) all part of the Rolwaling range.
 

For most distinguishing one peak from another doesn’t come easy. But Everest is something else. Known simply as Peak XV until 1856, the Great Trigonometric Survey of India established the first published the height of Everest. As Nepal and Tibet were both closed to foreigners the British Surveyor General of India at that time named it Everest after Sir George Everest who measured its height and pinpointed its location. The local names of the worlds highest peak though pay tribute to her majesty; the Nepali name Sagarmatha means “mother of the skies” while the Tibetan name Chomolongma means ‘mother of the universe”. In 1999 Everest was found to have grown by at least six inches since the last survey bringing its total height to 8850m possibly due to the same plate tectonic movements that raised the Himalaya from the bed of the Tethys Sea.
 

Jutting up behind Lhotse (8516m) and Nuptse (7855m) Everest is as distinct as is it should be for a mountain of its status. Even from a distance of 5 nautical miles one can clearly see why thousands are obsessed with the thought of conquering it. While most mountaineers still use the southeast ridge on the Nepal side considered to be technically easier to reach the summit, the northeast ridge which takes off from Tibet is also increasingly becoming popular.
 

Those who trek up to the Everest Base Camp located at height of 5380m may proudly state that they have been there but viewing the Himalaya from onboard a mountain flight is another experience altogether. What would on the ground take days of travel can easily viewed in a matter of minutes and from within the safety and comfort of the Beech craft 1900D.
 

One of the most distinct features perhaps is the receding snowlines and the glaciers, proof of climate change and global warming. As the flight begins to head back to Kathmandu one cannot but help contemplate that we have but one earth and we must all work towards preserving its natural beauty for our children.
 

Mountain flight has created a niche for itself. We provide each passenger with an individual window seat during the entire flight. During the flight, passengers can also go to the cockpit from where they can take some spectacular pictures.

Rafting and Kayaking

Rafting in Triruli is one of Nepal’s most popular rafting rivers. followed from a famous pilgrimage place Gosaikunda which lies high in the Himalaya and mixes with other rivers like Budhi Gandaki, Marsyangdi River and Seti River as it flows ahead. It’s within easy reach of Kathmandu and Pokhara. A rafting trip on this river can be made for a varied duration, depending up on the availability of time and interest.

It is widely acknowledged for its most culturally stimulating and exciting river trips in the world with its diversity of demography, landscapes, and cultural heritage and the flora and fauna, the journey through the blue water. Breath-taking alpine scenery and amazing rapids with some truly impressive gorges in its lower part as it cut its way through the 2000 meters high Mahabharat Range. 
During the monsoon it offers a challenging rafting experience not to be missed and during the rest of the year it is suitable for families and beginners.

Itinerary 

 Marshyangdi River Rafting- 4 days
 Bhote Kosi Rafting/Kayaking (1/2 Days) 
 Kali Gandaki Rafting and Kayaking (3 days)
 Trishuli River Rafting: – ‘easy access’ (1 to 3 days)
 Canyoning in Asia with adrift adventures Nepal

Bungee Jump

Just imagination of jumping down from a bridge 160 meters above a tropical gorge on the Bhote Kosi, one of Nepal’s wildest rivers raging below is enough to make your heartbeat run faster. And, it is the thrill of bungy jumping as it there is no fun for real adventure lover if challenge is not so hard and difficult.bungee

It is located within a reach of 4 hours outside Kathmandu and just 19 km away from the Tibet Border.

The Bungy bridge happens to be the only privately owned bridge in Nepal. It has been specially designed for bungy jumping with a 4x-safety factor and has a loading factor of 41,500 kg or 4.5 tons according to Swiss measurements.

bungy-jumpingOne would have to be totally insane or suicidal twisted to jump off the remarkable 500-ft (160 m) drop into the Bhote Kosi river gorge. As the Bungy Master advises the jumpers to ensure that pockets are empty and the girls have no loose jewelry coming in the way, nervous laughter erupts from the crowd when he strongly advises against taking intoxicants just before the jump. Jumper’s weights are recorded before the jump to use different cords for different categories of weights. It is a perfect way of wild adventu

Paragliding

Paragliding In Nepal

Awe-inspiring Nepal is nestled between India (North) and Tibet (South). The best area to fly is the Pokhara Valley, in the Annapurna Region. 
Pokhara, the 2nd largest city, sits beside its beautiful lake and stares at the towering mountains above, of which 3 peaks reach over 8000m. The weather conditions are perfect for flying, consistent and gentle. The view is awesome, few meters above the take-off you can see the Annapurnas, Machapuchare, Daulaghiri, Manaslu and many others smaller pics! Perfect weather conditions for beginners to accro pilot. Here we fly almost every day, except during the mooson season (Jully to august).
Equipment
 
Main equipment
– hiking shoes
– long trousers
– gloves
– sunglasses
– few T-shirts 
– sweater
– a fleece jacket or a wind stoper jacket
– swiming costume (the Pewa lake in Pokhara is warm and clear and you’ll enjoy a deep between flights!) 
 
For expeditions and cross country courses 
– a sleeping bag
– a frontal lamp or an electric torch
– a down jacket
All the above items can be purchased in Pokhara or Kathmandu at a good price. Most of the equipment you will find will be fake but the quality will be still good enough.

Peak Climbing

Peak Climbing in Nepal
Trekking Peak-the designation trekking peak is an unfortunate misnomer, because most of the peaks are significant mountaineering challenges. Few of the trekking peaks are walk ups and some of them technically demanding and dangerous. However the trekking peak climbing requires some technical skill and previous experience. The weather is often bad and may force you to sit in your tent for a day or more. Usually a well-equipped base camp is necessary and the ascent of a peak require one or two high camps that must be established. Most of the peaks require a minimum of two days to climb and can take as long as three weeks. Since 1978 the Nepal Mountaineering Association NMA has had the authority to issue permission for small-scale attempts on 18 peaks. Though it is not necessary to go through a long application process, hire and equip a liaison officer, or organize a huge assault on a major peak in order to try Himalayan Mountaineering. 5_Island Peak Climbing

 
The list of “Trekking Peaks” which opened for trekking groups with permission from Nepal Mountaineering Association:
Name of Peaks Altitude in Meter Location / Zone
Mera Peak 6654 Khumbu Sagarmatha
Chulu East 6584 Damodar Gandaki
Singu Chuli (Fluted-Peak) 6501 Annapurna Gandaki
Humchuli  6441 Annapurna Gandaki
Chulu West 6419 Damodar Gandaki
Kusum Kanguru 6367 Khumbu Sagarmatha
Pachermo 6187 Rolwaling Janakpur
Imja Tse (Island Peak) 6183 Khumbu Sagarmatha
Lobuche 6119  Khumbu Sagarmatha
Pisang 6091 Damodar Gandaki
Kwangde(Kawande) 6011 Rolwaling Sagarmatha
Ramdung 5925 Rolwaling Janakpur
Paldor Peak 5896 Ganesh  Himal Bagmati
Khongma (Mehra) 5849 Khumbu Sagarmatha
Kangja Chuli  5844 Langtang Bagmati
Pokalde 5806 Khumbu Sagarmatha
Tharpu Chuli (Tent-Peak) 5663 Annapurna Gandaki
Mardi Himal 5587 Annapurna Gandaki
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