Museo Kingdom 5 Day Lugu Lake Tour Itinerary

The Museo Kingdom – 5 Day Lugu Lake Tour Itinerary
The Last Matriarchal Society in China

Day 1 Depart LiJinag by Jeep or private Bus over and through 4 mountains to beautiful Lugu Lake situated at 8000 feet above sea level surrounded by beautiful mountains and forests. The ancient Mosuo society lives along the shores of this very large and beautiful lake with no motorized boats allowed except dug out canoes of the Mosuo people. Transfer to your modern hotel with western facilities. LD
2 Lugu Lake – Guide will take you to the lake shore where you will take a dug out canoe with Mosuo people paddling out to one of the islands to visit a Buddhist temple and Monk on this very quiet lake. After returning to shore for lunch you will visit the village area seeing one of the Matriarchal homes and the remainder of the village areas. After dinner you will attend one of what they call ?The Party? in which the local Mosuo do their ceremonial dances and singing to each other of their love for each other each evening. BLD
3 Lugu Lake – Guide will take you around the lake by jeep or bus to some of the other local villages and visit homes of the Musuo people near Lige. If the road is open you will go to another village which has a remote Buddhist Monastery and home of the leading Monk who lives in a mansion by himself. Return to your hotel in the late afternoon for dinner. BLD
4 Lugu Lake – Guide will take you on a hike in the near by hills around the lake or you may enjoy the freedom of enjoying the lake on your own by renting a dug out canoe to go out on this very calm and beautiful lake and exploring one of the islands or other side of the lake. BLD
5 Lugu Lake/LiJiang – You will depart after breakfast for your trip back to LiJinag with this segment of your tour ending with your arrival back in LiJiang. BL

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