2 Day Lijiang Tour To Lugu Lake
Tour Code: LJ_04
- Lugu Lake (Lunch)
Our guide meet you in your hotel,
drive 240 km on the mountain to Lugu Lake which takes
6 hours. On the way, enjoy the beautiful view among the
huge mountains and rivers. You could hike from Jinanqiao
Bridge to Shudi along the road at the bank of Yangtze
River, there you will see the beautiful canon and Yi ethnic
people's villages in the steep mountains. After 1 hour
hiking in the canon, continue the driving to Lugu Lake.
Arrive Lugu Lake late in the afternoon, take the canoes
to visit Liwubi Island and Heiwawu Island in the lake.
Pay a visit to Mosuo Culture Museum and learn the Mosuo
ethnic custom in the museum. Enjoy the sunset wonder of
Luguhu Lake in Luoshui Village. In the evening, take part
in Mosuo Bonfire Party with ethnic dance and singing performance.
You will dance and sing with Mosuo boys and girls around
a big bonfire in the outdoors theatre. Mosuo people live
around the lake, which is a small tribe that is considered
a sub clan of Naxi people. They are a matriarchal society
and seek to maintain the heritage. Taking a large dugout
canoe at the smooth lake rowed by a Mosuo girl is very
interesting; she will sing a beautiful folk song to the
visitors. The lake area is an absolutely an undisturbed
from the bustling outside world.
Lake: 2690 meters above sea level, Lugu Lake is a
gem located at the mountainous area on the border of Sichuan
and Yunnan Province. About 240 km northeast of Lijiang,
the lake occupies an area of 50 square kilometers with
the average water depth of 45 meters. The lake is sparklingly
clear, dotted with 5 islands.
Lugu Lake - Lijiang (Breakfast,
Drive about 20Km to vist the Zhamei Lamaist Monastery
which is the biggest lamasery in Moso area of Yongning
Town. Tibetan people call Yongning as "taluo", meaning
"the way to heaven". The place the Zhamei Lamasery lies
in is called "Zhameige", which means "no war". The coincidence
of these two names make the Lamasery even famous in Tibet.
Yongning Town is an important town of the Ancient Tea-Horse
Trade Caravan from Yunnan to Tibet. Located between Yunnan
and Sichuan, Yongning keeps the original ethnic life which
is still not damaged by tourists. You will visit Mosuo
Market in Yongning Town. We will arrange a Mosuo family
for you to visit and have lunch in Mosuo family, enjoy
the Mosuo real life in a village.
Afternoon, drive back to Lijiang. On the way to Ninglang
Town, you will stop to visit a Pumi Ethnic Village and
Pumi Family. The ancestors of Pumi were a nomadic tribe
living in the southern part of Gansu Province and the
eastern part of Qinghai Province. Later, their descendants
moved south to warmer areas along the Hengduan Mountain
Range. After the 13th century, the Pumi ethnic group gradually
settled down in Ninglang, Lijiang, Weixi and Lanping counties.
Transfer to your hotel in Lijiang. Service ends.
Hotels For The Above Tour
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