I want to recommend my good friend MAN KUMAR TAMANG. In 2004 friends of mine picked him up on the way as a very young, just only 20 years old porter guide because of his friendly, open face. After
During the period of EBC trek, We are thank for Man Kumar and his porter team to take care all of us to complete the trip as special as after big snow falling at 4350 m. We are very enjoyed the jou
I write to express my earnest appreciation and recommendation for the cordial and well organized services provided by Mr. Man Kumar Tamang and his crew, without their guidance and support, our EBC
I'm from Bangalore, India. Seeing Everest with my own eyes was always a dream which came true with wonderful support and guidance by Man Kumar Tamang who is one of my best friend's now. Man
I was in a team of 3, led by Man Kumar to climb Langsisa-Ri in the Langtang Region.His organisational skills were exceptional. All the gear was carefully organised and no
Tibet is a most unusual and beautiful place, surrounded by mountain ranges on three-sides, the majority of its land rests above 4000 meters (13000 feet) - the awe-inspiring Himalayas stretching out across the seemingly never-ending Tibetan Plateau. It is a place for rugged adventurers, as well as spiritual wanderers.
Traveling through Tibet is like traveling back in time to a land of secrets and mysticism. Nomads remain much the same as they did over a hundred years ago; roaming the plateau from winter and summer camps, living subsistence lives from their yak herds. Then there is spiritual Tibet and its many monasteries trying to find a place in the 21st Century the Tibetan people and their religion have been inseparable across the ages. Even in their earliest myths and legends, one finds references to Tibetan religious beliefs. Originally, the Bon religion dominated Tibet. After the introduction of Buddhist statues and later Sanskrit documents from India, Buddhism crept increasingly into Tibetan culture. Today's Tibetan Buddhism is the culmination of some early Bon beliefs, Indian Buddhist texts and several great Lamas. Buddhism and politics had been interwoven since King Songsten Gampo married a Chinese and a Nepali princess, who were both integral in the emergence of Buddhism. It was the fifth Dalai Lama who actually built the Potala Palace as the government seat and religious center, where a theocracy prevailed until 1951.
After centuries of virtual isolation Tibet is cautiously opening up to the Western world. Officially, China has only opened the doors for travelers these past few years. A visit to Tibet is an incredible experience, although it is not for the faint-hearted. The travelling is difficult and unpredictable; the infrastructure is almost non-existent and therefore turns a regular tour into something of an adventure. Traveling in Tibet is not your average trip but an experience of a lifetime, Join us to discover "the true spirit of the Himalaya"