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Tsurphu & Nenang Monasteries and Tibetan Villager's Home visit

Highlights

Highlights:

  • Tibetan Countryside villager's home visit and farmer's life experience
  • Tibetan cooking and Tibetan meal
  • Visit Tsurphu Monastery and Nenang Monastery

Itinerary

Site1

Tsurphu Monastery 

Tsurphu Monastery is a gompa which serves as the traditional seat of the Karmapa, the head of the Karma Kagyu lineage of Tibetan Buddhism. It is located in Gurum in Doilungdêqên District, Tibet Autonomous Region, China, 70 kilometres from Lhasa.

The monastery is about 4,300 metres (14,100 ft) above sea level. It was built in the middle of the valley facing south with high mountains surrounding the complex.

Tsurphu is a 300-square-meter (3,200 sq ft) complex with walls up to 4 meters thick. The gompa, the traditional seat of the Karmapa lamas, is about 28 kilometres up the Dowo Lung Valley on the north side of the river. The original walls of the main building were up to 4 meters thick and 300 meters on each side (90,000 square meters or 970,000 square feet). The monks' residences were on the eastern side.

Site2

Nenang Monastery

Nenang Monastery--Nenang Monastery is the seat of the Nenang Pawo, an important tulku of the Karma Kagyu school of Tibetan Buddhism. It is much smaller than Tsurphu Monastery. It boasts a large gilded reliquary stupa of the 10th Pawo Rinpoche who passed away in India and, two smaller stupas preserving the relics of the 16th Karmapa and the 5th Pawo Rinpoche.

Experience 1

Tibetan Villager's family visit

We will drive to a Tibetan family in local vilalge near Doilungdeqen. Doilungdeqen District is a district in Lhasa prefecture-level city, Tibet, north-west of the main center of Chengguan, Tibet. It is largely agricultural or pastoral, but contains the western suburbs of the city of Lhasa. The Duilong River runs southeast through the district to the Lhasa River. A prehistoric site appears to be 3600–3000 years old. The district is home to the Tsurphu Monastery (1189). We will have the villager's daily life experience, see the farmland, animals, help make the Tibetan food at farmer's home.

Experience 2

Tibetan food at Tibetan villager's home

Enjoy the authentic Tibetan meal and drinks. We will drive back to Lhasa around 6:30 pm

Dates & Price

Daily departure

April 5-June30
  • Group size: 1 pax: US$ 185/p.p
  • Group size: 2-5 pax: US$ 125/p.p
  • Group size: 6-12pax: US$85/p.p
July1-  Oct.31
  • Group size: 1 pax: US$ 195/p.p
  • Group size: 2-5 pax: US$ 130/p.p
  • Group size: 6-12pax: US$90/p.p
Nov.1-Jan.20 next year
  • Group size: 1 pax: US$ 180/p.p
  • Group size: 2-5 pax: US$ 120/p.p
  • Group size: 6-12 pax: US$85/p.p

Remarks: 

  1. Price Per Person in US Dollars based on the currency exchange rate: 1USD=6.9 RMB
  2. Final price will be based on the final group size per above 
  3. US$100 per person deposit by Paypal or western union or bank transfer for confirmation
  4. Hotels in Lhasa Downtown recommended for you to book: Snow Heaven Hotel, Lhasa Ganggyan Hotel, Yak Hotel, Dhood Gu Hotel, Rama Khapo Family Guesthouse, Tashi Takgye Hotel, Shambhala Palace, House of Shambhala, Cool Yak Hotel, The St. Regis, Shangri-La

Service Details

Price includes
  • Car transfer
  • Handpicked Tibetan tour guide
  • Etrance Fee
  • Travel Agency Liability Insurance
Price Excludes
  • Tibet Travel Permit
  • Accommodation in Lhasa
  • Tipping

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