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Sichuan Chengdu Tibet Lhasa Tour - 10 Days

Destination: Sichuan Tibet
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Sichuan Chengdu Tibet Lhasa Tour starts from Chengdu, we will traverse Mt. Siguniang, which is called as ¡°the Alps of East¡±, and Ganzi, the hometown of King Gesar, the lofty Chola Mountain and the Dege Sutra-Printing House, and then transfer to Sichuan-Tibet highway 318 via Qamdo, an important town in the ancient Tea-Horse Road. Along the way, you shall traverse about 10 mountains with altitude over 4000 meters and three famous rivers named as Jinshajiang River, Nujiang River and Lancangjiang River. This route will provide you with moving stories and unique views such as the sacred Xinluhai Lake, fairy Manigango, and 72 hairpin bends in Bangda, beautiful Ranwu Lake, Lulang forests and incomparable Nyingchi region. Wherever you leave your steps, you may have many unforgettable memories.
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Day 1: Chengdu-138km-Wolong-98km-Rilong-111km-Danba (Overnight in Danba)
Wolong National Natural Reserve: located in Wenchuan County of Sichuan Province and covers an area of about 200,000 hectares. There are over 4,000 different species recorded in the reserve. Wolong National Nature Reserve houses more than 150 highly endangered giant pandas. The reserve is also a home to many other endangered species including: red pandas, golden monkeys, white-lipped deer and many precious plants. Wolong gets up to 100,000 visitors every year. It is a comprehensive state natural reserve of 200,000 hectares (i.e. 494,200 acres). Begun in 1963, Wolong National Natural Reserve is the earliest, largest and best-known panda reserve in China. It was placed on UNESCO Man and Biosphere Reserve Network in 1980. It enjoys warm and humid climate favorable to bamboo, pandas' favorite food. At the same time, 101 mountains are above 5, 000 meters (16,400 feet) varying from 6, 250 meters (20,500 feet) to 1, 150 meters (3, 772 feet). These contribute to bio-diversity preservation as well as spectacular beauty of natural scene in Wolong National Natural Reserve.
Siguniang (Four Girls) Mountains Scenic Area: It is situated in Xiaojin County of the Aba Tibetan and Qiang Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province, China. It was listed as the National Scenic Resort in 1994 and as the National Nature Reserve in 1996. The area consists of Mt. Siguniang, Mt.Balang and Changping, Haizi, Shuangqiao gulleys, covering an area of 2,000 sq km. Featuring primitive ecological condition and exquisite scenery, the area is reputed to be the Queen of Sichuan's Mountains and the Oriental Alps Mountain. It is also a center of attention for scientists.
Mt. Siguniang encompassing 4 peaks perennially covered with snow soars high with maximun 6,2500 m above sea level in the northwest of Western Sichuan Plain. There exist the remains of glaciers formed in the remote antiquity and vertical distribution of vegetation and rare wildlife. Additionally, there are Mt. Wuse (Five colors), Lieren (Hunter) Peak, Laoying (Eagle) Cliff, Mt.Niuxin(Ox's Heart), which are shrouded in clouds and mists the year round, presenting an atmosphere of a fairyland. 

Day 2: Danba-160km-Daofu-72km-Luhuo (Overnight in Luhuo)
After breakfast, we set out to visit Danba Jiaju Zang Private Residence and look for the ¡°Danba Beauty¡±, and pass Bamei, Daofu to Luhuo.
Jiaju Residential House: Jiaju Tibetan folk house (residence) has very special feature. It is detached wooden house with 3-4 layers, with a flat roof. The staircases are made of split logs in the corners. The bottom usually used for the stable livesstock, upper layers as bedrooms and the flat roof as place to dry up their grains etc. T-shaped structure built on the roof, which can serve as a place for putting in grains and farming tools; or taking shade or sleeping in hot summer. The outside of walls are painted as Sky, Moon, Global, and Star etc in white with kind of white earth, which is believed to bring luck, protection and grace.
Daofu Tibetan House: The Daofu valley is one of most attractive parts of Kahm, with neatly constructed white flat-roofed houses, whose horizontal red timbers exude an air of quiet prosperity. Daofu Tibetan House can be called the epitome of architecture in the Tibetan area. The houses are made primarily of earth and wood. The exterior is graceful, simple, unsophisticated and surrounded by green trees. The interior is decorated with carved beams and painted rafters. The luxurious d¨¦cor is a typical Kham feature, beautiful and impressive.

Day 3: Luhuo-97km-Ganzi-95km-Manigange-112km-Dege (Overnight in Dege)
Starting from Luhuo, we drive to Ganzi, an important city in the intersection point of Sichuan, Qinhai and Tibet. And then pass Manigange, Xinluhai Lake, and Chola Mountain to Dege.
Manigange: also named Yulong, 3760M, is a town just beside of the Yihun lake, very important traffic hub in Ganze area for 3 roads pass through: Yushu in Qinghai to the north, Derge and Tibet to the west, Kangding and Inland China to the east.
Xinluhai lake (or Yulong Lake): 7km from Manigange and located at the foot of the Chola Mountain, is the highest and biggest glacier lake in Sichuan. It is surrounded by snow mountains and virgin forests and become a hot route for exploration travel. Southwest of the lake stands the lofty Chola Mountain, 6184 meters above the sea level and mountain pass 5050 meters. Stay overnight in Dege.
Quer mountains: Tsola in Tibetan, meaning "a mountain neighboring a lake", there 5peaks over 5000 meters and a lot of lakes, grass meadows. Now it has been built in 1995 as a national nature reserve over 190sq km for white lips deer, about 180 species of animals living inside. And in Que'er Mountains, it's glacier has 38 ice rivers, covers of 75000sq M. The peak 6168M, and the road of Sichuan-Tibet pass here about 5050M. 

Day 4: Dege-109km-Jiangda-228km-Changdu (Overnight in Changdu)
Starting from Dege, pass Jiangda and cross four mountain passes over 4000 meter to Changdu. Dege, the last county in Sichuan along the national highway 317, owns the Dege Sutra-Printing House, which is located in Gengqing Temple in Dege County on the east bank of the Jinshajiang River northwest of the Ganze. The Printing house is the largest of the three big Sutra-printing houses in the Tibeta. In the house are kept more than 200000 blocks of religious, historical, literature and art, medical, astronomical and calender-arithmetical book edititons in Tibetan, of which the Dege block edition of The Great Scriptures cut in the Qing Dynasty is expectably well-known.
Dege Sutra Printing Academy: simple as Dege Scripture Printing House, is the treasury of Tibetan culture and arts, founded in 1729, of Emperor Yongzheng of the Qing Dynasty by Queji Dengbazeren, the 12th headman and the 6th dharma-raja of Derge, and construction took about 21years, located in Gengqing monastery, covers an area of 5000 sq M, on the east back of Jinshajiang River, Gengqing town, Derge, Sichuan. The main building is a 4-story complex with more than 30 rooms, the 1st floor consists of several sutra halls where Buddha and the ancestors of the Dege clan are worshipped. The 2nd & 3rd floors have rooms for proofresding, engraving blocks, printing and binding, and it's managing office. The 4th floor for fresh the printed pages.
There kept more than 290000 engraved blocks of religious including classics from different sects of Tibetan Buddhism, historical, literature and art, medical, technology and science, language, astronomical and calender-arithmatical book editions in Tibetan, all together containing over 500 million characters., and the Derge block edition of The Great Scriptures cut in the Qing Dynasty is expecially well-known. Derge academy is the largest of three big Sutra-printing academies in the Tibetan regions of China (Lhasa Sutra-printing Academy in Tibet, Lhapolung Academy in Gansu), it is estimated that materials stored at Degemake up to 70% of Tibet's literary Heritage, and Derge play important role in protecting and lasting Tibetan culture. The special paper for printing contains Strellera chamae jasme, a medicinal herb with a light toxicity. The paper repels mice and moths, and keeps them from damaging the books.

Day 5: Changdu-171km-Bangda-94km-Basu-90km-Ranwu (Overnight in Ranwu)
Staring from Changdu, and drive to Bangda, the intersection of national highway 317 and 318, and cross Mt. Nujiang, 4839 meters above the sea level and famous for its ¡°99 hairpin bends¡±. After passing Basu, we arrive at Ranwu.
The Bangda Grasslands: At an altitude of 4300 meters, are a wonderful opportunity to see nomad people with their herds of yaks and sheep. There are also lots of wild animals on these grasslands, like argali sheep or wapiti.
Ranwu Lake: 3,800 meters above the sea level, has a water area of 22 square kilometers. It is surrounded by many scenic highlights, e.g. the Gangrigabu Snow Mountain in the southwest, the Azhagongla Glacier in the south and the Bosula Peak in the northeast. The melted snow and ice supply the lake with sufficient water and are also the source of many rivers such as Yaluzhangbu. The green grassland around the lake, the sky-blue lake water and the white snow mountains constitute a very pretty watercolor.

Day 6: Ranwu-129km-Bomi-30km-Guxiang (Overnight in Guxiang)
Midui Glacier: It is formed from the convergence of two world class ice waterfalls, sandwiching a stretch of lush green virgin forest. It looks as if Nature's hand itself had taken up a brush to paint a splashed-ink landscape. Glistening, soul-stirring ice cliffs are everywhere at the head of the glacier; at its leading edge extends into sub-tropical evergreen broadleaf forests. The glacier descends through four distinctly different seasons of scenery. Here snowy mountains, glaciers, forests, lakes, villages and temples co-exist in harmony, creating a sequence of unique vistas: the worlds of atmosphere, of ice and snow, of rocks, of water, and of living creatures.
Zhamu town: a small town of Bomi county and surrounded by snowy mountains and virgin forests. It is only 1100 meters above the sea level and the scenery over there is as pretty as Switzerland.

Day 7: One-day tour in Guxiang (Overnight in Guxiang)
Bomi: A piece of fabulous land blessed with pretty landscape, abundant natural resources, long history and hospitable residents, is opening her arms to welcome guests from afar. Here is a paradise for all, to name just a few: tourists, holiday goers, photographers, artists and biologists.
Gangxiang Nature Reserve: The 4,600 hectare Bomi Gangxiang Nature Reserve is situated at the southern bank of the Palongzhangbu River, 22 km west of Bomi and 2,700 meters above the sea level. It boasts plenty of high mountains and primitive forests which are dominated by precious spruces and Hua Mountain Pines. The number of spruces in the Reserve is four to five times as many as that of the forest in northeast China and three to four times as that of North America and West Europe.

Day 8: Guxiang-186km-Linzhi-92km-Zhibai village (Overnight in Zhibai Village)
Bomi-Tongmai-Linzhi is a particularly dangerous section of the Sichuan-Tibet Highway. Mud flows often happen at the section of 15km from Tongmai to Pailong in rainy season. It is a real natural barrier full of landslides, cave-in and other disasters. After passing Pailong and Lulang forests, we shall cross Mt. Sejila, which is famous for the endless azalea sea in spring and summer and also the best place to overlook the Nanjiabawa Peak. On the way to Linzhi, you shall enjoy the ¡°king of cypress tree¡± on both sides of the road. 

Day 9: Zhibai Village-147km-Bayi (Overnight in Bayi)
Mt. Nanjiabawa: one of the China's top ten most beautiful mountains, is the highest mountain in Linzhi and 7,782 meters above the sea level. It ranks 15th of the world highest peak and all the other 14 mountains are over 8,000 meters. "Nanjiabawa", Tibetan word for "war spear into the sky", is an ideal climbing expedition and convalescence resort. Nanjiabawa peak was elected the best of the most beautiful peaks of China by China National Geographic Magazine in year 2005.

Day 10: Bayi-127km-Gongbujiangda-274km-Lhasa (Overnight in Lhasa)
Niyang River: 307.5 km long, is the largest one of Yaluzhangbu among its five tributes, originates from the Cuomuliangla, west of the Mila Mountain. The river flows eastwards and joins Yaluzhangbu in Cemeng, Nyingchi. The river is the sad tear of the holy mountain as the legend says. Viewed as the mother river of the people in Gongbu, its water is crystal clean owing to the well-preserved vegetation in the river reaches.
Basongcuo Lake: 12,000 meters long and several hundred meters wide. Basongcuo (also called Cuogao Lake, which means ¡°green water¡± in Tibetan) shapes like a huge crescent set in the Grand Canyon. Birds like the yellow ducks and white cranes flock here for the numerous fish in the lake. The reflection of white snow mountain on the crystal like the flowers, butterflies on the bank and wide animals in the woods make it a real paradise for all creatures. Different from other holy lakes in Tibet, Basongcuo is surrounded by dense green primitive forest. As its name implies, the lake is as green and clear as pure jade in which the swimming fish can be easily seen. The green peaks around the lake are permanently frozen and their reflection on the lake surface constitutes a very pretty watercolor. What matters most is that here is still isolated and free from the disturbance of the outside world.
The Gandan Monastery: It is a   Tibetan-style monastery in the Mongolian capital of Ulaanbaatar that has been restored and revitalized since 1990. The Tibetan name translates to the "Great Place of Complete Joy." It currently has over 150 monks in residence. It features a 26.5-meter-high statue of Migjid Janraisig, a Buddhist bodhisattva also known as Avalokitesvara. It came under state protection in 1994.


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