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The lake is beautiful and calm. We were there in September and it was very cold especially at night. The guesthouse that we stayed in did not have any heater or electric blanket. I have to put on layers and still freezing cold. And there...More
NAMTSO NATIONAL PARK
It is part of my Lhasa trip arranged by Tibet Vista, and I’d received my itinerary from Miss Cindy, since our journey was planned. Therefore, I can imagine what it’ll look like before reaching there.
However, as you understand, seeing with...More
We spend 15 years travelling all over China. In lake Namtso we reach the lowest level of hotel you can ever imagine : all the camp is a Slum , made with barracks, no hygien, few public toilets , ( no toilets in the guest...More
The way to the Holy Lake NamTso is quit more Then expected. You have to pass a Pass over 5.190m with an amazing View over the Mountains and the lake. If You feel fine with the altitude and took some Pictures it will Take about...More
About 8 hours from Shigatse and 5 hours from Lhasa- the lake is beautiful- large- lovely sunrise and subsets along backdrop of the lake with some yaks and horses in the foreground: very picturesque- a long drive with multiple stops (some lengthy) for construction along...More
the one day Lhasa-Namtso explore tour via the Yangpachen begin from Lhasa city drive along with the 109national highway after 4hrs reach at the Tashidao island of the Namtso lake on the cross the North Tibet grass land and the Nyanchen Tangla pass and the...More
Namtso, the Chinese meaning of Lake Tianhu, is located in the northern foot of the Tanggula Mountains, At 4718 metres above sea level, 78 kilometres long and 50 kilometres wide, the total area of 1920 square metres, it is the highest saltwater lake in the...More
Snowcapped mountains; open pastures dotted with herds of yaks, cows, and sheep; and nomadic tents surround the crystal clear waters of Namtso.
Unfortunately, I totally underestimated the weather there. It wasn't just cold, it was absolutely freezing. We hit -1 C even though it was...More