Khampa Nomad Ecolodge is a family-run nature and cultural immersion lodge located in Drokpa cold-season pasture in the Lhagang grasslands of Kham, Eastern Tibet. We are fully self-sufficient, with our own mountain spring for pure water, 100% self-producing renewable power, and a biogas-producing ecological septic system. We focus on locally-raised yak meat and dairy, wild plants, local traditional nature-based arts and arts workshops, and sharing the things we love about our home: the fun-loving, close-to-the-wild, warm and affectionate nature of Tibet. Sharing these things is how we honor and support them.
In order to provide a real refreshing break from busy, yet strangely isolated, city lives, we run our lodge as something like a retreat center, more than just basic lodging. We offer daily free nature activities, like all-day horse riding, evening nature walk, painting and drawing class, and a tour of our green building and renewable energy systems. We always welcome guests to help in our big garden and with nearby trash pickup.