Tibet Monastery Tour
13 Days •
- Trip Duration: 12 Nights / 13 Days
- Group size: 1-20 Pax
- Ends in: Lhasa
- Departure City: Lhasa
- Max Altitude: 5100m
- Activities: Sightseeing/Tour
The List of Tibetan monasteries is a listing of historical and contemporary monasteries in Tibet sorted according to the five principal orders of the Tibetan spiritual traditions that have been recognized by the present Dalai Lama, including monasteries that were within Tibetan borders when extant, or were culturally included within the Tibetan tradition: A number of monasteries dot the land of Tibet and during your Buddhist tour to the country, you will most probably wish to visit them. These monasteries belong to different schools of Tibetan Buddhism and hence offer quiet a different experience when you visit them. Grand thangkas, exquisite murals and frescoes, impressive statues and many more Buddhist relics, that are commonly found in these monasteries, instill a feeling of spirituality. They also generate a feeling of appreciation for the artists who created them.
If you are desirous of visiting the monasteries of Tibet and are looking for information to guide you, then you are at the right place. Here, in this section on Monasteries, you will find everything you want to know about a monastery before actually paying a visit to it. There are information on its location, history, architecture, structures and the interiors. Festivals celebrated in the monastery also form part of the information provided. During your Tibet Monastery Tour, you have enough time in hand and are ready to explore more Buddhist attractions around. You could have different options from shorter to loger in duration.
I can define our Tibet Monastery Tour with Tibet Holidays with only three words: fantastic, happy and much kindness. All this due to Pema Tsering, Ngawang (our guide) and Chungda (our driver). They did our trip excellently arranged, funny, very interesting and gave us the chance to get authentic experience with Tibetan language, traditions and culture. Tibet is, for sure, the best place I have ever visited.Kristina & Albena, Sofia, Bulgaria