Chatue is a 32-year-old son of a three-generation nomadic family from Yoloshi, which is the basecamp of famous Minyak Gangkar mountain in the eastern part of the Tibetan Plateau. His family herds about 200 dri (dri is female yak). They have a winter home, which is built in traditional Tibetan style, and live in a black tent in summer, which is made from yak hair.
Guests have the option of staying in a black tent or at a home. Both facilities have comfortable beds, hot water, and hot shower and offer home-cooked meals. Chatue’s home is ideal for nomadic homestay experiences. It is located at the basecamp of Minyak Gangkar Mountain, which offers spectacular views and hiking opportunities, visits or meditate at nearby Gongkar Monastery, or riding mountain bikes if you like, you may go on horse trekking.