table d'hôtes

terroir & natural products

FOR A DAY come and discover Farm Liotard and its environment where salads and root vegetables are grown but also black pigs, chickens and horses are raised. The opportunity to taste the Cuvée Liotard, cabernet sauvignon from the Haut Yang-tsé, a wine aged in terracotta jars by Estelle Achard and Yves Roduit. Our Table d’Hôtes is a unique opportunity to enjoy the great Tibetan lounge and taste the products of the Farm Liotard, so your trip will take all its meaning !



dining room

The living room at the Farm Liotard can accommodate up to twenty guests around a table of colorful dishes. You will be comfortably seated on old chairs.The decoration includes carpets, tablecloth, candlesticks, Limoges, silverware, dishes and flasks.A unique atmosphere bringing together West and East.


Served on the terrace of the Liotard Farm:Tea, coffee and homemade cakes are served.


Whiskey, pastis, gin, martini, vodka, rhum… Shangri-la beer, soft drinks accompanied by toast and local specialties.


A menu composed of three dishes cooked with care by our chef. Candlelit meal served in Limoges dinnerware, silverware, along with beautiful bottles of french red wine and local with the Cuvée Liotard.

Discover all the original flavors of the Himalayan foothills in a meal combining fresh local produce and French cuisine.

the day programme

Table d'Hôtes

Discover the Tibetan tradition

At 2 p.m., departure by car to reach the Ringha Valley, where accompanied by one of our guides, will start a three hour hike between the hills, rivers, forests and villages surrounding the valley.

The valley itself is an attractive and peaceful corner of pastoral Tibetan life, growing highland barley, potatoes and turnips, with grazing yaks, black pigs and horses.

History and traditions of the Ringha Valley

The walk will notably pass by a beautiful tibetan Buddhist temple, very important in the area. Temple was founded in the Ming Dynasty as a place of worship for the Kagyupa (White Hat) sect of Tibetan Buddhism, but was later converted to Gelugpa (Yellow Hat). This happened when the Qing emperor Kangxi founded Songzanlin Monastery, and Ringha became an affiliate of the much larger monastery. Two nearby springs are sacred, and their waters are believed to have magical powers.

Candlelit dinner at the Farm Liotard

Late afternoon we will arrive at the Farm Liotard in the valley of Ringha, altitude 3,350 m. You will then meet Constantin and Phoebe and have some snacks while we tour the camp. Visit the Farm Liotard and games for children. An aperitif will be served before sunset and later a dinner in the dining room.
Accompanied by our drivers, return to Shangri-la at the end of the evening.