TTR Mongolia

Tsam Dance Festival 2021

Reviews

5/5

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Price

From $108


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Duration

3 days / 2 nights


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Age range

2 to 80


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Operated in

English


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Group Tour

Shared acommodation: 90$ per-person/per-day

Overview

Tsam is a Buddhist ritual with lively masked and costumed dances associated with some sects of Tibetan Buddhism. The dances are accompanied by music played by monks using traditional Tibetan instruments. The dances often offer moral instruction relating to compassion for sentient beings and are held to bring merit to all who perceive them. The first Tsam in Mongolia was performed at the Erdenezuu Monastery in 1786. From its inception, our company supports the activities of the Amarbayasgalant monastery. This monastery has around 40 monks. Of the monks, 80 percent are children 8 to 12 years old.
Date: August 2021
Duration: 3 days, 2 nights
Distance: approximately 400 km one-way from Ulaanbaatar city
​Accommodation: Traditional Mongolian ger tours may be customized to meet your needs or desires.

Included/Excluded

Tour Plan

We will leave Ulaanbaatar at 9:00 am and drive to Darkhan, the capital city of the Darkhan Uul province.

We will stop briefly in Darkhan to eat lunch and visit some local attractions. From Darkhan we will drive west to reach the Iven Valley and the Amarbaysgalant Monastery by the afternoon. We will visit the Amarbaysgalant Monastery and eat dinner.

We will spend a night in the ger camp of a local family. Lunch and dinner.

We will leave Ulaanbaatar at 9:00 am and drive to Darkhan, the capital city of the Darkhan Uul province.

We will stop briefly in Darkhan to eat lunch and visit some local attractions. From Darkhan we will drive west to reach the Iven Valley and the Amarbaysgalant Monastery by the afternoon. We will visit the Amarbaysgalant Monastery and eat dinner.

We will spend a night in the ger camp of a local family. Lunch and dinner.

We will leave Ulaanbaatar at 9:00 am and drive to Darkhan, the capital city of the Darkhan Uul province.

We will stop briefly in Darkhan to eat lunch and visit some local attractions. From Darkhan we will drive west to reach the Iven Valley and the Amarbaysgalant Monastery by the afternoon. We will visit the Amarbaysgalant Monastery and eat dinner.

We will spend a night in the ger camp of a local family. Lunch and dinner.

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