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As the biggest river in China and the third longest in the World, The Yangtze River cleaved a path and made its way through the mountains to have formed these uniquely beautiful, magnificent, and wonderful gorges – the Three Gorges: Wu Gorge, Qutang Gorge and Xiling Gorge. The Three Gorges have shown the magic workings of nature with their marvelous and beautiful mountains and waters. The grotesque peaks and rocks on the two sides of the Three Gorges are accounting the great changes taking place in the region on the past billion years, and the variegated wracks of lives sleeping deep between the rock layers are narrating the history of millions of years. Trekking some sections of the Three Gorges, you can be overwhelmed by the fierce waves, deep waters, serene sceneries and exquisite mountains.
Mount Everest (Sagarmatha) is the world's highest mountain, rising to 8848 meters above the sea level. Mount Everest looms above the valleys of the Khumbu Region of Nepal. The world's tallest mountain has lured trekkers and mountaineers since Sherpa Tenzing Norgay and Edmund Hillary, a New Zealand beekeeper, made the first ascent in May 1953. Throughout this trek, trekkers are overwhelmed with views of unbelievable peaks, Buddhist monasteries, and friendly Sherpa villages. Perhaps some may even have an overall glance of the Yeti. The local people believe that the Pangboche Monastery actually has in its possession the real scalp of this Himalayan legend. As we proceed slowly to allow for maximum acclimation, we will have plenty of opportunity to visit monasteries and Sherpa homes of this region in the adventurous Mt. Everest Base Camp Trek Tour.
Metok ("Motuo"in Chinese), the only Chinese county with no highway connection to the outside world and inaccessible by modern vehicles, is the last county where the Yarlung Tsangpo River crosses over in China before it flows to India. As the remotest county in the southeast Tibet, Motuo is located on the southern slope of the Himalayas, covering an area of 30,550sqkm; the mysterious place is mainly inhabited by the Menba and Luoba ethnic groups with a population of only about 10,000. It is Tibet's purest and holiest region, and it is hard for you to imagine that one can enjoy the tropical fruits such as bananas and pineapples in the snow-capped mountains, which is really the case in Motuo. Trekkers can enjoy the Motuo State Natural Reserve, gorgeous waterfalls, rivers, and rich flora, which worth your trekking.