Lhamo Lha tso Oracle Lake Trekking is the most unexplored trekking that hidden its beauties in the remoteness, but due to its prominent religious value in Tibetan Buddhism, hundreds of Tibetans make their pilgrimage to the Oracle lake Lhamo Lhatso every year, the thrilling trip travel through the most historical capital Yarlung in the southern Tibet by visiting the first Buddhist monastery and first king’s palace in the fertile Yarlung valley.
Then we extend the way to the remote villages into the southern alpine terrain, in the five days trekking over the nomadic pastures and photogenic villages, we cross several passes beyond 5000m and stunning lakes in the alpine valley, the trail pass through couple of historical monasteries and then finally a steep climb over a ridge from Chokor Gyal monastery lead us to the view point remarked with heaps of prayer flags, from the 5250m high ridge of the view point it offers a picturesque view of the turquoise colored visionary lake Lhamo Lhatse down in the bottom of the basin valley. Lhamo Lha tso Oracle Lake Trekking need to book in advance.
This pilgrimage to Lhamo Latso is richly varied and has much to offer: high snow mountains, a magnificent monastery, seldom visited cave hermitages, nomads and their black-tent culture, and a sacred ‘oracle lake. Being at the radiant Oracle Lake of Lhamo Latso is a high point of this journey. It is the foremost ‘vision’ lake in Tibet and sitting Dalai Lamas were obligated to come here at least once in their lifetimes.
Besides the high passes, this pilgrimage goes through areas noted for their warm, dry climate. Rain can be expected in July and August, less in June and September, and virtually none during the rest of year. Heavy snow, however, can blanket the passes from December through February. For nine months of the year this pilgrimage is a good bet.
- Potala Palalce, Drepung Monastery, Jorkhang Temple, Sera Monastery etc in Lhasa.
- Samye Monastery
- Nomadic people and their encampments.
- Chokhorgyel Monastery
- Lhamo Lha-tso Lake
- Yambulakhang Palace, Tradruk Temple and Chongye Valley