The Need For Transboundary Conservation In The Himalayas

Posted on April 16, 2011 by admin.
Categories: Uncategorized.

Do you enjoy a challenge? Climbing the Himalayas is one of the most challenging tasks you will ever do. Many think of climbing when they here Himalayas, however, there is also Tibet where you can enjoy the village as they dye their cloths for making clothing. Women and children making bracelets, necklaces, shoes, prayer flags, and hand dye clothing.

There are many sites for the family to see. The palace of the Dali Lama, the outdoor market for their hand made products.

As you wonder around the Himalayas look to see how we can continue conserving the roads, protecting the indigenous animal, and the gentle inhabitants. As Tibet is the largest village in the Himalayas, it is bordered by China and India. In Order to continue to conserve these precious mountains all 3 countries need to work together in order to protect and insure that our future generations will have this beautiful and peaceful place to come to.

We are not just saving the environment, but the life style of the Tibetans that have followed their spiritual path as their ancestors did. We can help repair their housing that is beginning to show it’s age.

So go enjoy the tranquility