Central Tibet Trek is a wonderful trek that gives the opportunity to experience the wild landscape of Tibet. You can explore the sacred and pristine Buddhist culture. And also you can visit the ancient temple and monasteries of Tibet. Tibetan inhabitants and their unique Buddhist culture, beliefs, magnificent wildlife, and snow-capped peaks are the main attraction of Tibet.
Gyama valley is a broad agricultural tributary of the Kyi Chu River. This valley lies in the east of Lhasa. Barley fields sprawl across this valley floor. It is splendid with small villages, settlements, and temples, including the shrine commemorating the birthplace of Song Tsen Gampo.
The trekking takes us 4 days from Gyama to Samye and is one of the finest routes in central Tibet. After visiting Samye Monastery, we will trek across the Yarlung Tsangpo River and drive to Tsetang. The next morning we will go to Lhasa. From Lhasa, we continue our journey by driving to Tashido near Namtso Lake and camping there for one night. From Namstso Lake it will take 3 days to trek to the town of Damshung via the Kong-La pass, a route that is simply unforgettable. So, what’s keeping you to be part of this adventure?
The best season to explore Central Tibet Trek is April, May, June, July, August, September & October.