Gyirong, known as the "Back Garden of Mt. Everest", is a small border town in the southwestern corner of Tibet, links China and Nepal. Unlike the barren northern Himalayas, the landscapes here of perennial snow-peaks & forests, picturesque alpine-lakes & meadows, evergreen country-fields & valleys make Gyirong the second paradise. Gyirong is also culturally endowed with half of Tibetan history, witnessed the introduction of Buddhism to Tibet, the friendship & war with Nepal, the birth of Master Milarepa and the first living Buddha in Tibet. Now this paradise is just a decision away as it’s ready to open to all global travelers.