Tibet: A mythical paradise

Shangri-La conjures up the image of an earthly paradise; a utopia located high in the Himalayan Mountains; a mythical paradise of happiness and isolation. Tibetan scriptures describe Shangri-La as having been created as a refuge for Buddhists during times of turmoil. Tibet, the ‘forbidden’ land, protected by the great Himalayan chain in the south and...
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furba-sherpa with kailash group

Memorable Yatra

Om Namah Shivaya to everybody. Last month to the day we completed our Kailash Yatra with a unique experience of Helicopter. What I experienced was: I was close to his adobe according to scripture where “We are nobody, because he is everything, because we are within him” I mean Lord SHIVA. I experienced that what...
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Tibet: The Top of the World

The land of the snows, the roof of the world – Tibet never fails to charm visitors from all over the world. Heavenly lakes, mysterious rivers and breathtaking landscape, Tibet is nature’s paradise and is sure to leave you amazed with an unforgettable experience of land, people and mysticism. Lhasa: The cultural, political and economic...
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Kailash Mansarovar Yatra: Year of the Horse!

Winding through India, Nepal and China (Tibet), the Kailash-Mansarovar Yatra is a gritty test of will and endurance, but its rewards are manifold and ethereal.Over the centuries pilgrims have constantly been braving their way to Mt. Kailash in order to attain spiritual enlightenment despite the harsh weather and often forbidding terrain. Kailash Mansarovar Yatra is...
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Cho Oyu climb with Himalayan Glacier

The sixth highest mountain (8,201 meters) in the world and the most frequently climbed 8,000m peak, Cho Oyu needs no introduction. Often regarded as a stepping-stone to an attempt on Everest, Cho Oyu presents one with an excellent opportunity to extend one’s experience to extreme altitudes. The literal meaning of Cho Oyu is “Goddess of...
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Through Lhasa, Tsedang and Lake Namtso

Relish the best of Tibet through its cultural routes across Lhasa via Tsedang with us. This Buddhist Kingdom that remained long closed to foreigners and isolated to the world outside until recently, holds a strong fascination for many people, scholars, pilgrims, travelers and explorers alike who are all in pursuit of real “Shangri La”. Namtso...
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Biking odyssey

Nepal offers some of the finest biking trails on earth with virtually millions of track under its belt. The best way to see Nepal, it has long been said, is to walk. However, mountain biking is a remarkable alternative that offers a wealth of exotic places, varied landscape, rich flora-fauna, and timeless cultures. Peddle through...
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Tibet: The land of Myths and Mysticism

Tibet, the “forbidden land’ that was once shunned to the outer world, lies beyond the mighty Himalayas on the highest plateau in the world. Located 5,000 meters above sea level, Tibet is also known as the ‘Roof of the World’. This Buddhist Kingdom that remained long closed to foreigners and isolated to the world outside...
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Mt. Kailash: Abode of Lord Shiva

Situated in the south-western part of Tibet bordering the Kumaon hills and Nepal, is Mt. Kailash, Asia’s most sacred mountain. Mt. Kailash is a mountain divine and holy to Hindus, Buddhists, Jains and Bon-Pos, those adherents of ancient animistic beliefs. It dominates the region with the sheer awesomeness of its four-sided summit, and its centrality...
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Himalayan Glacier’s Top Picks for Your 2014 Bucket List

Discover in the year of 2014 a terrain of mountain treasures, a land of spiritual inspirations, a canvas of tremendous cultural diversity, and to the most the unrivaled vistas of tallest mountain peaks in the Himalayas. Our years’ of professional expertise in the arena of adventure trekking in the remote Himalayan trails of Nepal, India,...
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