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1100 years old Monastery at Nako

More than the size of this Monastery one would wonder how they lived 1100 years ago. What was the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
SojanIpe
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Kolenchery, Kerala, India
Small but beautiful monastery

Nako monastery is small but very beautiful. Nako is a small village and you can cover in 1-2 hours... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Aakash A
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Gurugram (Gurgaon), India
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Reviewed 1 week ago

More than the size of this Monastery one would wonder how they lived 1100 years ago. What was the kind of food they ate? It was really moving to see the old one from outside only. The new one was open and could visit. The...More

Thank SojanIpe
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The monastry is in the middle of no where and yet under construction. Hence it was locked as the inauguration was pending. However there is an extremely well preserved mummy.

Thank khushalp25
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Nako monastery is small but very beautiful. Nako is a small village and you can cover in 1-2 hours. Most of the tourist don't know about this place. Nako monastery is close to Tabo and it is around 65 kms from Tabo. If you are...More

Thank Aakash A
Reviewed 1 September 2018

on the way from Kalpa to Tabo we stopped at Nako village for lunch on the highway and that's when we decided to explore the village. Nako is a small village with a lake and two monasteries, one is relatively very old. But the main...More

Thank JineshDesai
Reviewed 15 June 2018

Nako Monastery was established around the 11th Century by the Great Translator Lochen Rinchen Zangpo. This is a beautiful monastery located in the small village of Nako. There are around 4 different structures where monks usually go and pray. Two of them are open to...More

Thank Soham J
Reviewed 10 June 2018

We were very hungry when we reached Nako & after eating Maggi we went to the small Nako village & Lake. I really loved the small village & their living style. Nako lake looks beautiful but personally, I will advise to visit the village as...More

Thank spaul_007
Reviewed 12 May 2018

Nako is a small place falling enroute your drive to tabo.The village of nako is known for its natural,pristine lake which is a short trek from the monastery.The monastery itself is small yet very beautiful decorated with paintings and statues.The terrace farming of nako can...More

Thank Aneesh S
Reviewed 6 May 2018 via mobile

It's a small but very interesting monastery. If the monk is not around or if the monastery is closed, you will have to knock the doors of the monks' hostel and request them to give you a tour of the monastery. The monk who was...More

Thank PragathiChawla
Reviewed 24 March 2018

Nako is a very small place and the monastery and lake is very pristine. It is a small trek to the lake. Lake itself is very small but if you are having a stop over then you can visit.

Thank Swati D
Reviewed 13 February 2018

Nako really turned out to be very small. Closed cottages, terraced fields and a lake. Is this the most famous lake? But no, a little later i found out that the lake is different (by the way, very nice) and in fact, it's a pond.

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