Ganden to Samye trek

 

Trekking is the best ways to witness the hidden beauties of Tibet.

Trekking is also the best ways to help the remote areas in Tibet.

One of the best Trek near Lhasa is the Samye monastery to Ganden monastery Trek. 

The duration of the Trek is 4 days in total. The trek will start from Drupchi village near Ganden monastery and it will end at Yemalung retreat area. 

The special of the Trek 

Travelers can witness the beauties of Nomads, Green grassland nature with the fresh clean river from the mountains. 

There is also two beautiful lakes namely Shou Tso, and Palang  Tso. 

They are no vehicle route so the trek route is very peaceful with the sound of birds and the river. 

Tibet Travelers Ganden Monastery to Samye Monastery Group Trek Tour 

Tibet Travelers would like to show the truly hidden beauties in Tibet so we have designed an itinerary to suit all ranges of Travelers with one of the lowest price budget and high-quality service. 

Photo: Two beautiful lakes ( Shou Tso, and Palang  Tso )

Photo: Two beautiful lakes ( Shou Tso, and Palang  Tso )

The difficulty of the Trek 

Travelers won't need the professional gears for this trek. Most of the route is very clear with a smaller path since Nomads will be traveling this route in the summer.

Travelers will have to cross two high passes namely Chitula 5200 meters and Shaola with 5100 meters so we highly recommend Travelers to prepare with some daily few minutes exercise before traveling to Tibet for the trek. 

Best Month to Trek 

The best month to trek will be during the beginning of September for the best view. Travelers can also trek from May to mid-October. 

Photo: Yaks and Yak man on the trek 

 Photo: Food for the Trek from Tibetan Cook

Two Important Monasteries 

Ganden monastery is built by Je Tsongkhapa, the founder of Gelukpa school in the Buddhism in Tibet. Ganden monastery has a beautiful 2 hours lingkor hike to see the beauties of the whole valley. 

Samye monastery is the first monastery in Tibet. Built by the King Trisong Deutsen and Maha Guru Padmasambhava during the 8th century. The monastery is combined with the different specialties from Tibet, India, Nepal, and China. 

Two important Retreat areas

On the last day of the trek, Travelers will reach the Yemalung retreat area and the nunnery. The Yemalung nunnery was once the meditation area of Maha Guru Padmasambhava. The view from the roof of the Yemalung is beautiful. 

Another retreat area is the Chimpuk meditation caves. Located east of Samye monastery on the mountains. There are few meditators and a nunnery. 

Photo: Recent Trek Travelers from Tibet Travelers ( Sharon and Alan )

Photo: Recent Trek Travelers from Tibet Travelers ( Sharon and Alan )

Tibet Travelers Recent Trek Tour

Recently Tibet Travelers has arranged a private tour for two Travelers Sharon and Alan from United State. 

The duration of the trekking tour was 13 days in total with 2 days trip to Namtso Lake after the trek. 

Tibet Travelers has arranged 2 Yak man, 4 Yaks, and a Tibetan Cook for the trek to make sure our Travelers were happy with the trek. 

The photo of this articles are from Sharon's Wechat account and Sharon has thanked Tibet Travelers on our Wechat with stunning photos. 

Photo: Beauties of nature from Ganden to Samye Trek 

Photo: Yemalung nunnery retreat area

Conclusion 

Trekking in Tibet helps to witness the places where they are fewer Travelers. The places where they are no vehicles sound. 

The places where we can hear the sound of the birds and rivers.

Trekking naturally makes us peaceful.

Trekking also gives a great chance to help the places which are remote. The people who are staying in the countryside can have some help from economic because of trekking Travelers.

Photo: Camping and fire 

Tibet Travelers would like to Thank all the previous Travelers chosen trekking tour in Tibet. 

Tibet Travelers would also like to welcome all the Travelers to trekking in Tibet to witness the hidden beauties and help to local peoples in remote areas in Tibet. 

For more information regarding trekking in Tibet. Email us at info@tibettravelers.com

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