Rumtse to Kiber Trekking recently opened to foreigners. Due to the proximity of the Chinese border, the Changthang is a land of wilderness and magnificent landscapes. This region characterizes by high arid plains, remote villages, and snow-capped peaks. Likewise, beautiful high altitude azure-blue lakes, the largest being Tso Moriri at 4,500 m also very wonderful.
This area is truly remote and only accessible for a few months of every summer. And inhabited by Changpas – nomadic yak and pashmina goat herders of Tibetan origin. They wander this area crossing over high-altitude mountain passes. Our Rumtse to Kiber trek will take us across these passes to their summer settlements to witness a unique human culture, far away from the reaches of the modern world. The itinerary then goes south towards Spiti, following the western bank of the lake. The scenery is wild and vast with snow-capped peaks lining the far horizon. The trek ends at Tabo, famous for its monastery.
In short, Rumtse to Kiber Trekking offer you a very desirable and fantastic trek. While trekking, you can see diverse wild animals, and snow peaks, and finally end the walk at Kiber, a famous place known for its great Monastery.
Note: B=Breakfast, L= Lunch, D=Dinner