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Motuo, located in the southeastern part of Tibet, lies deep in the lower reaches of the Yarlung Tsangpo River. It means the “Hidden Lotus” in Tibetan. Tibetan Buddhists also call it "Pemako"(Lotus Array). It exists as a symbol in the hearts of Tibetans. It is said that if you look down at Motuo from the sky, it looks like a fresh and refined lotus flower, with the surrounding mountains as petals and the central county of Motuo as stamens. Trekking into Motuo is just like wandering around the world because here you can see natural vegetation from all over the world.
How to Get to Motuo
You can take a car or a plane from Lhasa to Nyingchi, or you fly from Beijing, Chengdu and other places to Nyingchi Mainling Airport, then transfer to Pai Village.
Trekking Itinerary to Motuo
Generally, there are two routes to trek to Motuo, Tibet. One is from Pai Village and the other is from Bomi. Many trekkers usually get into Motuo from Pai Village, and leave for Bomi, so that they will not miss every beautiful scenic place.
Best Time to Visit Motuo
In Motuo, it's like spring all year round, with plenty of rainfall and a mean average temperature of 16℃. The best time to travel to Motuo is between May and October each year. From May to August, you can still see the snow scene of Doxiong La Mountain. Although you will also encounter the rainy season in summer at this time, it is also a unique experience to be able to appreciate the snow scene and to walk through the virgin forest in the rainy season. Starting in May, the flowers on the entire plateau area are blooming. Only when you choose to travel to Motuo at this time can you feel the unique charm of the plateau.