13 Days Holy Lhamo Lhatso Trekking

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1. Based on double occupancy.
2. Comfortable hotels in cities and guesthouses in some remote places.
3. Flight and train are not included.
4. Tour cost is only for reference, please inquire for detailed quotation.
5. The more people, the cheaper cost.
Trip Length: 13 days / 12 nights Trip outline: Highlights of this tour: 1. Five days hiking over the nomadic pastures and photogenic villages 2. You can see the Lhamo Lhatso hidden its beauties in the remoteness. 3. You might can encounter so many pilgrims are also visiting. 4. You will pass by some historical monasteries and photogenic villages. Activity: Cultural Spiritual Experienc, Plateau Trekking tours Season: Summer, Autumn, Spring Trip Level:      Explain>>

In order to make it easier for you to choose the right trip, we have graded our trips with certain Trip Level System from 1 to 4 according to the degree of activities and altitude. We have also suggested the most suitable groups or individuals for each Trip Level.
In the Trip Overview of each itinerary there is also a brief description of what the Trip is like.
Our staffs at the Explore Tibet are always happy to answer any questions you have and guide you to the trip that best suits your interests and level of fitness.
1. Easy
Light walking and hiking that is suitable for all level of fitness, generally altitude range between 3500m/9800ft to 4000m/13000ft. Hotels and guesthouses accommodation.
Suitable for family with kids and senior groups.

2. Moderate
May included moderate level of hiking, biking, horse riding and maximum altitude of 5000m/16000ft. Hotels and guesthouses accommodation.
Suitable for family with kids bigger than 12 years, individual having average level for fitness.

3. Moderate to Strenuous
May include high altitude hiking up to 6 hours, long hour driving and sometimes overnight at around 5000m/16000ft, require a moderately high level of fitness, camping and basic lodging facility.
Suitable for adult family, individuals physically fit and have experiences of high altitude trekking.

4. Strenuous
May include high altitude trekking and mountaineering, camping and basic lodging facilities, altitude range from 3600m/9800ft to 6000m/19000ft.
Suitable for adventures and individual with physically fit and healthy.

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Lhamo Lhatso trekking is the most unexplored Tibet Trekking that hidden its beauties in the remoteness, but due to its prominent religious value in Tibetan Buddhism, hundreds of Tibetans make their pilgrimage to the Oracle lake Lhamo Lhatso every year, the thrilling Tibet Trip through the most historical capital Yarlung in the southern Tibet by visiting the first Buddhist monastery and first king’s palace in the fertile Yarlung valley, then we extend the way to the remote villages into the southern alpine terrain, in the five days hiking over the nomadic pastures and photogenic villages, we cross several passes beyond 5000m and stunning lakes in the alpine valley, the trail pass through couple of historical monasteries and then finally a steep climb over a ridge from Chokorgyel monastery lead us to the view platform remarked with heaps of prayer flags, from the 5250m high ridge of the viewpoint it offers a picturesque view of the turquoise-colored visionary Lhamo Latso Lake down in the bottom of the basin valley.
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Days Trip Outline Activity Accommodation
Day 1 Arrival in Lhasa Pick up and transfer to hotel, rest at hotel. Hotel in Lhasa
Day 2 Lhasa sightseeing Bakhor streetJohkang TemplePotala Palace Hotel in Lhasa
Day 3 Lhasa sightseeing Sera MonasteryDrepung Monastery Hotel in Lhasa
Day 4 Lhasa-Tsedang (3515m), 168km, approx 4hrs Chongye valley Hotel in Tsedang
Day 5 Tsedang-Yumbulhakhang-Tsedang Samye, Yumbulhakhang Hotel in Tsedang
Day 6 Tsedang-Woka village (3800m), 120km, approx 4hrs Woka hydropower station Local guesthouse
Day 7 Woka-Chusang monastery (3900m), 28km, approx 9hrs Azalea trees along Nayu valley Camping
Day 8 Chusang-Nayu village (4100m), 28km, approx 8hrs Landscapes              Camping
Day 9 Nayu-Dagu village (4800m), 23km, approx 8hrs  Gigantic mountains              Camping
Day 10 Dagu-Lhamo Lhatso (4900m), 21km, approx 7hrs The Oracle lake called Lhamo Lhatso              Camping
Day 11 Oracle lake-Tsojiu (4300m), 24km, approx 8hrs Chokhorgyal temple              Camping
Day 12 Tsojiu-Tsedang (3800m), 240km, approx 6hrs Gyatsa town            Hotel in Tsedang
Day 13 Depart from Tibet Send off to train/airport  

NOTE: Hotels can be upgraded or downgraded based on your requirement, please check more hotels in Tibet HERE
Tour Cost Included:

Tour Cost Includes:

All necessary travel permits to Tibet;

Entrance ticket fees for all the sight spots listed in the program;

Private transportation in Tibet: Ranging from 4WD land cruiser to bus depending on the group size and trip ;route (car gasoline is included), SEE VEHICLE PHOTOS HERE;

Private guide: English speaking local Tibetan guide;

Lodging: available from 5 star hotels to budget guesthouses, SEE HOTEL PHOTOS HERE;

Pick-up and send-off services at the beginning/end of the tour;

Oxygen canisters: 2 canisters for each person;

Lodging and meals for guide and drivers;

First aid kit;

Liability travel insurance;

Basic camping gears: tents, mattresses and sleeping bags;

Yaks and porters during the trekking days;

Cook and cooking gears; (Optional)

Full board meals during the trekking days; (Optional)

Tour Cost Excluded:
Tour Cost Excludes:

Travel insurance covers trip cancellation and emergency evacuation (recommended);

Expenses of a personal nature (alcoholic beverages, laundry, phone call, etc.);

International and domestic flight/train.(Note: we accept flights and train tickets bookings in advance, please check the updated cost and ticket availability with your travel consultant);

Meals that are not specified in the itinerary (Averagely a meal in Tibet cost USD5 per person);

Gratuities for the guide and driver:

DAY 01. ARRIVAL IN LHASA EITHER BY AIR OR TRAIN.
A short flight to Tibet gives you a panorama of the snowy Himalayan ranges or the days of train ride over high plateau by crossing the mighty Thangu la ranges get you to Lhasa with beautiful sceneries along the route. At your arrival at the Gonggar airport or Lhasa Train Station. Our Tibetan guide and driver will greet and transfer to your hotel in Lhasa city. From the airport it is about 70km to Lhasa and it takes 1:30 hrs, from the train station it is only 25km and it takes about a half hour, check in the hotel and take it easy for the rest of the day to acclimatize and alleviate the jet lag. Overnight in Lhasa.
 
DAY 02. LHASA ESCORTED TOUR.
Attractions; Potala palace, Jokhang temple and bustling Bakhor street.
Today is your first day on the high plateau and some of you may have a little headach which is very common for travelers by the high altitude, so drinking enough water and mild activity on the first few days is important. In the morning, our guide will meet you at the hotel and take an easy visit to Jokhang Temple in the centre of the Old Lhasa city. Jokhang temple is the most sacred temple in all over Tibet and it is always bustling with earnest local pilgrims. After you visit inside the temple you have time to walk around the Bakhor street which is the one of the most devotional circuit as well as a crowded central market of Lhasa since from long time, in the early days it is the most famous local market but now it is changed to tourist gift shopping Centre. In the afternoon we will visit the famous Potala Palace, the cardinal landmark of Tibet and the masterpiece of Tibetan architecture, 33rd King Songtsen Gangpo first built it in 7th century and later in 17th century, rebuilt by 5th Dalai Lama, since then it was home to the Dalai Lama and his government. Continues acclimatize and alleviate jet lag rest of the day. Overnight in Lhasa.
 
DAY 03. LHASA ESCORTED TOUR.
Attractions; Drepung monastery and Sera monastery.
Today we will visit Drepung Monastery in the morning, once the world's largest monastery that housed for more than 10,000 monks. It was a resident of the Dalai Lama prior to Potala Palace, destructions were taken place in different time but still you have lots things to see, walking through numbers of narrow and twisted lane through the monks apartments is more like a typical village. The amazing day will end with a visit to the Sera Monastery that is built in the fifteenth century by the Jamchen choji Sakya Yeshi. Who is disciple of Tsongka pa, few different monastic colleges in Sera is home to several hundred monks from different part of Tibet, the famous Buddhist philosophical debates among the monks are happening everyday in the afternoon except Sunday. Continues acclimatize and alleviate jet lag rest of the day. Overnight in Lhasa.
 
DAY 4. Lhasa-Tsetang (3515m). 168km. 
Attractions: Yarlung and Chongye valley.
After breakfast, we are driving to Tsetang that is located in the southeast of Lhasa. Crossing the only tunnel of Lhasa lengths 1.4km we will see the Yarlung valley and River. Driving from the airport towards the city gives you perfect views of Yarlung River where also there is a ferry called Samye ferry where before the road was constructed pilgrims use to take the boat to Samye monastery. This ferry is so popular that still many tourists use to sit in the ferry and visiting the monastery in order to get a taste of the local ferry. However, we will straight drive to Tsetang (reputed as the cradle of the Tibetan civilization).  Chongye is the birth place of the 5th Dalai Lama (1617-1682). Overnight hotel.

DAY 5. Tsetang-Samye (3630m)-Yumbulakhang. 130km. 5hours.
Attractions: Samye monastery and Yumbulakhang.
Samye is the first monastery in Tibet during the time of King Trisong Ditsen, 8th century. Containing more than 1200yrs of history shaped like a mandala structure located 50km away from the west of Tsetang. This monastery is only one at that time which contains the three atons of Buddha. After lunch, drive back to the city and then taking the Chongye valley and making a left turn visit Yumbulakhang. Is a castle made during the time of 1st king Nyatri Tsenpo. Moreover, at the time of 33rd king Songtsen Gampo, he used this castle as his winter palace. Located on a hill and prayer flags surrounded every side of the fortress. Drive back to Tsetang. Overnight hotel. 

DAY 6. Tsetang-Zangri-Woka village (3800m). 120km. 4hours.
Attraction: Densatil monastery and Woka Hydropower station.
Today we drive to Zangri crossing the city bridge and we visit the Phagdru Kagyu monastery calls Densatil located on the Phagdru Mountain that is one of the four main sbu-branches of Kagy order. Then in the noontime, we will drive down stream and see the Woka Hydropower station and from there we need to drive 20km upwards to a hill. Woka or Olka Taktse Dzong village is situated on that hill, once we get to the village we need to arrange all the necessary things for our trek. Overnight guesthouse.

DAY 7. Woka village-Chusang monastery (3900m). 28km. 7-9hours.
Attraction: Choelung temple and Chusang temple.
Our trekking starts from the village via Choelung village, hiking on the winding mountain path through small valleys. After Choeong temple we will continuous our trek for 30mins lead us to the Chusang temple. Tsongkhapa once stayed in this temple while spreading Buddhist teachings of Yellow Hat order. Camping. 

DAY 8. Choelung temple-Nayu valley (4100m). 28km. 8-10hrs.
Attraction: Gyeluo pass (5550m), Azalea trees and Nayu valley.
Breakfast in early in the morning we will watch the sunrise appearing from the summit of the Gyelou pass snow mountain. Beginning trek along the chattering brook makes us quite hard yet so adventurous. And Azalea trees are growing everywhere on our journey. The environment gives us a feeling of peacefulness and harmony in the Nayu valley. We will trek until to the campsite in this valley. Overnight camping.

DAY 9. Nayu valley-Dagu valley and village (4800m) 23km. 7-9hrs.
Attraction: Mountain and landscapes.
Our trek starts from Nayu valley, uphill first for some kilometers and then we are heading down along the mountain ridge. Most of the road is quite gentle and smooth so we don’t have to worry a lot for the road. However, we will see on the right side Lung pass (5180m) and snow caped mountains. In the meantime, you can also do some Yoga if you like, as the place is so quiet. By hiking down the lower reaches of Dagu valley, lead us to the campsite. Our camping is near a village. Overnight camping.

DAY 10. Trek to the Lhamo Lhatso (4900m). 21km. 7hrs.
Atrraction: The oracle lake called Lhamo Lhatso.
Today our final trekking day is to follow the valley until to the Oracle Lake. Lhamo Lhatso literally means Lhamo means for goddess or fairy and Lhatso means lake for the goddess or fairy. This lake surrounded by high and snowcapped mountains. The lake situates in the core of the mountains regarding the lake, it is protected by the oracle called Palden Lhamo (goddess). This is one of the holiest lakes in Tibet where so many pilgrims are also visiting every year. Overnight camping.

DAY 11. Oracle lake-Chokhorgyal-Tsojiu (4300m). 24km. 8hrs.
Attraction: Chokhorgyal temple (4500m).
Our final destination is to Tsojiu by crossing the Chokhorgyal temple which is founded in 1509 by the 2nd Dalai Lama, Gendun Gyatso (1476-1542) and inside we will see the footprints of the second Dalai Lama. This monastery is also used by the Dalai lamas and regents when they come to visit the lake. Hiking for 8hours takes us to the last destination, Tsojiu. Overnight guesthouse.

DAY 12. Tsojiu-Gyatsa-Tsetang. 240km. 6hrs.
Attraction: Gyatsa town.
After breakfast we are driving back to Tsetang via Gyatsa, it’s a town nearest to the lake and every permit are checking there both for the entry and exit for the oracle lake. However, we are driving back to Tsetang. Overnight Tsetang. 

DAY 13. Send-off to the airport/train station.
Drive straight to the airport from Tsetang that is 90km way. Fly out of Tibet and ends your trip.  
Tour Cost Includes:

Tour Cost Includes:

All necessary travel permits to Tibet;

Entrance ticket fees for all the sight spots listed in the program;

Private transportation in Tibet: Ranging from 4WD land cruiser to bus depending on the group size and trip ;route (car gasoline is included), SEE VEHICLE PHOTOS HERE;

Private guide: English speaking local Tibetan guide;

Lodging: available from 5 star hotels to budget guesthouses, SEE HOTEL PHOTOS HERE;

Pick-up and send-off services at the beginning/end of the tour;

Oxygen canisters: 2 canisters for each person;

Lodging and meals for guide and drivers;

First aid kit;

Liability travel insurance;

Basic camping gears: tents, mattresses and sleeping bags;

Yaks and porters during the trekking days;

Cook and cooking gears; (Optional)

Full board meals during the trekking days; (Optional)

Tour Cost Excludes:
Tour Cost Excludes:

Travel insurance covers trip cancellation and emergency evacuation (recommended);

Expenses of a personal nature (alcoholic beverages, laundry, phone call, etc.);

International and domestic flight/train.(Note: we accept flights and train tickets bookings in advance, please check the updated cost and ticket availability with your travel consultant);

Meals that are not specified in the itinerary (Averagely a meal in Tibet cost USD5 per person);

Gratuities for the guide and driver:

Tibet is a country, which is totally different from any other places around the world, just because of its political sensitivity, rich culture diversity and peculiar geographical formation. Although this means it is not the easiest place to travel, which is also what makes it so special.
In order to make your trip worry free and indisputable, here we have carefully collected all the essential information that will give you a clear image of the trip as well as logistics during your stay in Tibet, this also will be helpful for your trip preparation before you leave, so please go through it and make sure you are well prepare for the trip, if you have any questions, please feel free to contact our tour consultant or write us on [email protected]

Legitimate Claim;
As we mentioned above, Tibet is politically very sensitive and any political activities are restrictedly prohibited, so we always advising our clients to keep away from any political conversations or activities that bound against the policy of People’s republic of China. Your involvement in such activities would influence the whole group as well as future of all your guides, driver and the company. If any one does, then we have the full right to cancel the trip and we are not responsible for so caused hassle and costs.
 
Emergency contacts:
Being a responsible company, we are always available for 24 hours a day, in case if you need any emergency help. It is best to first call your designated travel coordinator or sales person (whose contact numbers are will be listed on your tour agreement), for any reason if you are not able to reach to him/her then please ring us on the below numbers;
Lhasa Head Office: (0891)-6329441 (the area code 0891 is not necessary if you are calling from Lhasa)
Chengdu Office: (028)-86262365
Note: office working time is 9am – 7pm from Monday to Friday.
Sonam Jamphel (Sales Manager) 0158890904080 or 013398000993 (Available for 24 hours a day)
 
Chinese Visa
Every one should have the valid passport (with minimum 6 months validity) and Chinese visa to travel into China and the Chinese visa is also valid in Tibet, generally the Chinese visa is can be applied either by your self or use a visa service agency in your home country, but the visa application and requirements are little vary in different countries, so please check with your regional Chinese Embassy or consulate for the most up-to-date visa requirements.
NOTE; It is your responsibility to obtain the Chinese visa, so just for your information it is better not to list Tibet as your travel destination on your visa application form, just list Chengdu or Beijing, whichever your in-bound city is as your travel destination. If you enter Tibet from Nepal then you don’t need the Chinese individual visa and please check the next line for what you need.
 
If You Enter Tibet From Nepal
If you enter Tibet from Nepal, then the permit and Chinese visa formalities are slightly different, to enter from Nepal, you don't need the Chinese individual visa and instead you should obtain the Tibet group visa from Chinese Embassy in Nepal, you can’t apply it directly and you should have a local Nepalese agency to apply for it, so our Nepalese partner agency will assist you for that application, normally the application takes 2 to 5 working days for different cost and it only can be applied when you arrive in Nepal, because your original passport is needed along the application. More about the Tibet Group Visa and cost please check here
 
Tibet Travel Permit and Its Process
Tibet travel permit is compulsory for all the travelers to visit Tibet and it can be obtained within 15 days prior to the trip starting dates, once you have booked the tour with us, we will obtain it for you which is included in the tour package. We need clear scan copies of your Chinese visa and passports to apply for the permit.
For more detail and latest permit updates, please check here
 
Etiquettes and Taboos:
Cultural Considerations: Be aware that your cultural values may differ from those of locals. These may include different concepts of time, personal space, communication, etc., which are not wrong or inferior, just different. Making the extra effort to respect local customs and cultural differences will enhance your interactions with locals during your time in Tibet and contribute to building mutual respect between locals and tourists.
Appropriate attire: Most Tibetans are pretty conservative from our western perspective so it is always polite to wear long pants at all times (guys and girls). If you wear shorts in rural villages or in the Bakhor district in Lhasa you will definitely get stranger looks than normal! Women should wear long pants or skirts. Shirts should not be revealing and bras should be worn. Unfortunately, many tourists ignore these cultural norms and can be seen in towns and villages wearing shorts and revealing summer attire; while it may be comfortable, it is not appropriate, especially when visiting monasteries. Don’t be shy to inform other tourists of the proper dress for monasteries; perhaps they are not aware of the cultural considerations and etiquette.

Itinerary Disclaimer
Generally we adhere to the original itinerary that we described but sometimes little alterations can be born due to the situations that are beyond our control. On the other hand, in order to make our trip for your personal experiences and flexible, we allowed our clients to make minor changes by discussing with us (office staff) and guide (field staff). The trip detail itinerary is a general guide to the tour and region, and any mention of specific destination or activities is by no means of guarantee that they will be encountered or carried due to the local circumstances and climate.
 
Keeping in touch with folks at home
If your family members or colleagues or friends want to connect with you during the tour, then you can either provide your guide mobile number to reach you during the trip or if you don’t know your guide number at the time, please don’t feel hesitate to provide our company contact numbers listed in the Emergency Contact section and we can find a way to reach you through guide mobile.
 
Meals
In order to provide you the maximum flexibility of what, where and when to eat, we generally doesn’t include meals in the tour cost except breakfast included at the hotels, but our local guide will suggest you good local restaurant per your requirements. In the cities like Lhasa, Tsedang, Gyantse, Shigatse and Zhangmu you can find good restaurants serve wide range of Tibetan food, continental food, Nepalese food, Indian food and Chinese cuisine, but in Tingri, EBC and in remote places, there is a limited choice for noodles and pan cakes. Approximate cost of a meal in Tibet is USD3 – USD10 per person/meal depending on your individual requirement.
 
Destination Guide Recommended Reading List:
Tibet is a unique travel destination with some special considerations. It is highly recommended that you undertake some background reading before travel to Tibet. The more you learn about your destination, the more rewarding your travel experience will be. While we include a recommended reading list, which you can refer to for in-depth information, the following is a recommended reading list that might be helpful for you.
Tibetan History | Tibetan Culture & Arts | Tibetan Religion |
 
Lhasa and the TAR:
  • Tibet: The Lonely Planet Country Guide
  • Trekking in Tibet: A Traveler's Guide by Gary McCue
  • Tibet Handbook: Moon Travel Guide
  • Fodor's Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan: Expert Advice and Smart Choices: Where to Stay, Eat, and 
Explore On and Off the Beaten Path
  • To a Mountain in Tibet by Colin Thubron
  • The Mount Kailash Trek by Constance Roos/Sian Pritchard-Jones
  • Trekking Tibet by Gary McCue/George Schaller
  • The Heart of the World, A Journey to the Tibet's Lost Paradise by Ian Baker
  • My Journey to Lhasa by Alexandra David-Neel 
 
Kham and Amdo regions:
  • Footprints Tibet Handbook by Gyurme Dorje
  • Lonely Planet China (See Yunnan, Sichuan, Qinghai and Gansu Provinces)
  • Bradt Guide Tibet by Michael Buckley
 
Domestic Flights and Trains to Tibet
There is only one international flight to Tibet, which is from Kathmandu (Nepal), and then there are lots of flights from different cities in Mainland China like Chengdu, Beijing, Shanghai and so on. Please Check Flight Schedule and Cost Here
There is no international train to Tibet and all the trains are from Mainland China like Chengdu, Beijing, Shanghai, Xining and so on. Please Check Train Schedule and Cost Here
 
Responsible Tourism Initiative: 
Tourism has the potential to have positive and negative effects on the local environment and peoples. Making a conscious decision about how you travel can make a difference. Whether you are traveling to the Amazon rainforest or to Mt. Everest Base Camp, taking the initiative to reduce negative impacts and help sustain local communities is the responsible thing to do. Read more how we practice Responsible Travel
 
How & What To Pack
It is important to pack light and effectively, specially when you travelling to a new place, you need to know some necessary items should be carry with, depending on the length of your trip and where you go, you can get away with a minimal amount of clothing. One medium-large backpack or rolling duffle and a day pack should be just right for a 2-4 week trip. We suggest you to check our packing guideline here

Complaint & Feedback
We are always trying to provide the best service that can achieve a memorable Tibet tour for you, but sometimes you might be dissatisfied with some arrangement as different people has various aspirations and requirement, so please let us know instantly and we will try to solve everything right away to avoid repeating mistakes unknowingly. As we are looking for every single opportunity to improve our services, so your valuable suggestions and constructive complaints are very much appreciated. 

“We enjoyed our trip and the experiences were above expectations. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE!!”

 ---From Paola Erba & family (Italy) , traveled on 8th August, 2012.

 

“Our guide and driver were excellent always glad to help, went out their way to make our experience the best”. 

----From Alberto Zuniga (Costa Rica), traveled on 24th May, 2012.

 

“Visiting Tibet was a dream comes true for us, and particularly for Colin, who has wanted to visit the Potala Palace since he was a child. We've been to other Buddhist countries and regions -- Sikkim, Nepal, and all over Southeast Asia -- but Tibet seems particularly remote and starkly beautiful. We don't know anyone else who has been to Tibet."

-- From James & Colin (USA). Traveled in Oct 2012. 

 

“We were extremely pleased with our guide and itinerary, our guide gave us good suggestions for activities when we were on our own, responded well to our requests and was adaptable, and was good company for these few days. he talked with local people and monks to give us more interesting experiences.”
----From Ruth Rosenfeld and her son (USA), traveled in May, 2011.

 

“Overall very enjoyable experiences, thanks to our knowledgeable and caring guide. We look forward to coming back next time.”

----From QuynhTien Cao & Gia Chan Vuong (Australia), traveled in December, 2011.

 

“Base camp was very nice. The stay with a Tibetan family very interesting. “

----From Silke Neumann (Germany), traveled on 15th May, 2012.

 

“Overall had a great trip and were very happy with the driver and the guide. Especially Phurtse was always available to help and was very knowledgeable, especially on the monasteries and temples. Greatly enjoyed the personal touch on my birthday from Phurtse and Explore Tibet. Thank you.”

----From Janie Neumann (Germany), traveled on 15th May, 2012.

 

“We had a wonderful time travelling in Tibet and i thank you for making our trip so fabulous.”

----From Margaret (Australia), traveled in April, 2012.

 

“We had a wonderful time traveling in Tibet and i thank you for making our trip so fabulous. You are an amazing and special man Sonam Jamphel.”

 ----From Amon Clerc  (Australia), traveled in April, 2012.

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