Morning Tour

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Departure: 5:30 a.m.
Return: 2:00 p.m.

We provide pick-up and drop services to and from your hotel


Our tours are not private. Usually we get 2 to 3 people in a group, such as couples, friends and family members. But we also accept other guests, if they are also interested to join with our group.

Saturday is our weekend in Nepal, therefore our Tibetan schools, kindergarten and carpet workshop are closed but our carpet showroom will be open. On Sunday, our Tibetan health clinic is closed due to their weekend therefore we can’t meet our Tibetan doctor.

Our tour includes lots of explanation about Tibet, Buddhist culture and Tibetan people living in Nepal and how Tibetan have well preserved their rich Buddhist culture heritage in Nepal as a refugee. Our guide will explain as much as he can. Also we expect more questions from our guests as well.

Program includes:
  • Visit the monastery and attend the morning group pooja (prayer chanting) with the monks and hear the horns, drums, conch shell, trumpet, bell etc used during the prayer.
  • Enjoy Tibetan breakfast in a local family, where you will get a taste of Tibetan foods like, tsampa (Roasted barley flour), butter tea and Tibetan bread.
  • Meet a Buddhist monk and learn about their monastic life and their daily studies and activities in the monastery.
  • Discover the arts and crafts of the Tibetan Plateau – and learn how Tibetan people introduced and make Tibetan carpets in the settlements.
  • Learn about the symbols and images that are so important in their daily life.
  • Meet a Tibetan doctor and learn basic knowledge about Tibetan medicine and its treatment. Have a first hand experience of a medical check up from a Tibetan doctor.
  • Visit settlement photo gallery and learn how Tibetan settlements were established in the early 60’s.
  • Learn about Tibetan schools, kindergarten and our educational system in the Tibetan settlements. But we are sorry to say that outsiders are not allowed to visit inside the school and kindergarten.
  • Visit a small noodle workshop and see how Tibetans make their favorite noodles.
  • Enjoy simple Tibetan momos & thenthuk in a local Tibetan restaurants inside the settlement in the afternoon.
  • Contact us today for more information and pricing details.

Spinning yarn for carpet making.
Conversation with Buddhist monk.
Having Tibetan breakfast in a local family.
Praying before having their meal.