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Himalayan Sightseeing Tours

Rice growing is part of the staple livelihood around Nepal and the hillsides around the Nagarkot region are covered in endless rice paddies These dyes, apart from their uses in dying cloth, are also used in Holi, a festival also known as the festival of colours, and sometimes festival of love Prayer flags printed with ancient Buddhist prayers, mantras and powerful symbols adorn Buddhist sites through Tibet, Nepal and Bhutan. The prayers are activated and carried by the wind across the countryside Rum Doodle Pub and Restaurant is a monument to mountaineering, and home to literally hundreds of 'feet', created by climbers and visitors to the mountains and hills of the Himalaya Bathing with and riding on an elephant through the Jungle is a change to get up close to these majestic creatures Pottery, an extraordinary craft of Bhaktapur, is still practiced today and plays a part of a living cultural heritage Numerous temples and monuments to the Gods are found throughout the towns and regions of Nepal, particularly in the main centres Located at the foot of Tatipu Hill in Lhasa City, is Sera Monastery, one of three famous monasteries in Lhasa The Potala Palace in Lhasa was the chief residence of the Dalai Lama until the 14th Dalai Lama moved to India during the 1959 Tibetan uprising. It is now a museum and UNESCO World Heritage Site Gyantse Dzong is one of the best preserved dzongs in Tibet, perched high above the town of Gyantse Prayer flags adorn the top of high passes and tower over azure blue lakes Harvest season in Tibet is an active time as Tibetans thresh their crops to make tsampa The top of the Pang Pass on the road to Everest Base Camp yields incredible views across to Mt Everest Buddha Dordenma is a gigantic Shakyamuni Buddha statue in the town of Thimpu Intricate wall painting and tapestries depict scenes from Buddhism  The Black Hat dance is a spectacular dance performed during the Paro Tshechu The Punakha Dzong is the second oldest and second largest dzong in Bhutan and one of its most majestic structures  One of Bhutan's most famous pilgrimage sites is the Taktsang Lhakhang (Tiger's Nest Temple) which literally perches on a mountain side in the town of Thimpu, Bhutan
Nepal Rice fields Holi dye Prayer Flags Rumdoodles Royal Chitwan Bhaktapur Bhaktapur Sera Monastery Potala Palace Gyantse Khumbu Prayer flags Harvest Everest Thimpu Bhudda Tibetan Tapestry Paro Tshechu Punakha Dzong Tiger temple monastery