Kailash Pilgrimage Tour Package
- Arrival and Departure Arrangement (Kathmandu)
- Half Day Touring in Kathmandu valley
- 3 Nights’ accommodation in Kathmandu with all foods in twin sharing basis
- Transportation to and from Kodari (Nepal Tibet Border) by private Bus
- Transportation in Tibet by A/C Bus
- All the foods during Yatra prepared by our own cook
- Experience Supported team with a Leader in a group
- Supported truck for loading goods and Luggage
- 09 Nights’ Accommodation in Tibet with group sharing based
- Entrance fees of Manasarovar
- Kailash Visa and permits
- English speaking Tibetan Guide
- Yak and Yak Man to carry your luggage and goods during Kailash Parikrama
- All the Kitchen and camping Gears
- Medical Kits, Enough Oxygen cylinder
- Day Bag, Duffel bag and cap for Yatra
- Down jacket for Yatra on Returnable based
- Personal expenses for Nepal-Tibet
- Personal Travel insurance and Rescue Evacuation on the tour.
- All expenses of personal nature
- Bar bills and Beverage
- Tips for staff and yatra crew.
- Photography charges if required.
- Kailash Tour Rescue transport encase needed if some one go back earlier than group.
- Extra cost incurred in case of Landslide or natural problem and bad weather.
- Nepal visa and Re-Entry Nepal visa. (If you have American and foreign Passport scept Indian and NepaliVisa Cost that Cost 25US$ per person)
- International Phone calls and media.
- Pony service during the kailash parikrama, extra personal porter and yaks ride if required.
- Personal clothes & equipment for kailash tour
Day 1 Arrival via prepare or air, exchange to Lhasa, check in inn, rest for acclimatization
Upon your landing in Lhasa Gonggar Airport or Lhasa Newwu Train Station, your Tibetan nearby guide and driver will lift you up with your name sign, and after that they will exchange you to Lhasa city securely. It would be ideal if you be not all that on edge to walk much around inn to see this that, however you do require a decent rest in your inn for required acclimatization, else you perhaps sickly tad and simple get mountain affliction. Settlement: 3 stars standard and halfway found inn (or any sorts of facilities according to your thought)
Day 2 Guided touring visit in Lhasa
Today what we will visit in Lhasa is the essential Potala Palace and the Jokhang Temple with her regions. Potala royal residence is Lhasa’s most imperative historic point and she a ponder of Eastern design. Your first site of this enormous structure will be a mysterious minute which will be associated with your rest life time. It has been a royal residence since the fifth or 6th century and was at one time the home to the Dalai Lama. Well another visit we will take is to Jokhang Temple which locoates at Barkhor Bazaar. This sanctuary is the most respected place of worship in Tibet and is continually clamoring with dedicated admirers. We will likewise be given the chance to shop in Barkor Bazaar, the jammed focal market in antiquated area of Lhasa where is the living arrangement of numerous nearby individuals.
Day 3 Guided touring visit in Lhasa
After breakfasts in inn, we will drive to west Lhasa city area (around 11km) and give a visit to the Drepung Monastery, which was at one time the world’s biggest religious community. Lodging 10,000 priests, Drepung cloister lies covered up in rough edges just past the city. Shockingly a great part of the building was left immaculate all through such a large number of hundred of years.
Toward the evening, the site we will visit is Sera Monastery, a fifteenth century sprawl of brilliant rooftops and whitewashed dividers. This very much protected cloister is found only a couple of miles North of Lhasa and is home to a few hundred priests. Its acclaimed discussing exercises are occurring 3-4pm consistently every working day, we won’t give it a miss.
Day4 Lhasa-Lake Yamdrok Tso-Gyantse-Shigatse [3900m], 350 km, 5-6 hrs
Toward the beginning of the day our gathering withdraws for Gyantse. We will get past the Karo La Pass (5010m) and the Khamba La Pass (4800m) with an excellent display of the Yamdrok Yum Tso Lake (likewise named Lake Yamdrok Tso). What’s more, at around 11:30 am, we will get to Gyantse, visit Pelkor Choede Monastery and Gyantse Kumbum. After lunch in Gyantse, a simple drive around 1 and half hours will take us to Shigatse City, the second biggest city in Tibet, which is additionally the main residence of Panchen Lama. At around 3:30 pm, we will visit Tashilhumpo Monastery. Over night stop in Shigatse.
Day5 Shigatse-Ngamring [5220 m], 160 km, 6-7hrs
Drive to Ngamring. On the way visit Sakya Monastery. Over night stop in this little region.
Day6 Ngamring – Saga, [4280m], 190 km, 7-8 hrs
The street takes after south of the Pai-ku-Tso, proceeds over the plain with dazzling Himalayan perspectives. The course at that point takes after a thin canyon before moving to a pass and dropping steeply down to a ship traverse the Yarlung Tsangpo.
Day7 Saga-Paryang-Lake Manasarovar, 4560 m, 260 km, 9-10 hrs
From Saga it is 145 km to Zhongba. The street is great and the excursion can be finished in 4-5 hrs. There is additionally a little religious community at the western end of Old Zhongba on a slope. From Zhongba onwards toward the southern street falls apart. There is additionally threat of vehicles stalling out. Be that as it may, this area of the street has all encompassing perspectives of mountains on either side of the street. There will be a few waterway intersections and we drive past Mayum la pass (4600 M). The landscape is stunningly wonderful with all encompassing perspectives of the Himalayas.
Day8 Lake Manasarovar – Darchen (4560 m), 30 km
Around 30 kms north of Lake Manasarovar is Darchen. The town of Darchen, the beginning stage for the Mt Kailash Kora, is 6 km north of the fundamental Ali-Paryang course and around 12 km from Barkha, 107km north of Purang, 330km south-east of Ali and a forlorn 1200 km from Lhasa. The cloister at Darchen, Darchen Gon, is a piece of the Drukpa faction. The two-story religious community structure in the focal point of the town fills in as an exchanging post and safe house for travelers. Inside the dukhang get together corridor are new and old thangka artistic creations and a few statues, the principle picture being Sakyamuni. West of the gompa is the Mani Lhakhang that has a substantial, new mani supplication wheel. This is where the first old flagpole (a Darchen is a flagpole for petition banners) of Darchen was found. When starting their Kora journey around Kailash, numerous travelers regularly circumambulate the Darchen Gon religious community and the Mani Lhakhang before setting out. We sort out yaks or horses for the Kailash circuit trek at Darchen.
Day9 Kailash Circuit Trek (Darchen-Dira-Puk Monastery), 6 hrs, 20 km, 200 m rising
This Kailash circuit covers 53 km and should be possible in 3 days. We travel west clockwise way and after a couple of kilometers the trail moves up to a cairn at 4730 m from where the southern face of Mt. Kailash comes to see. In transit we will visit Tarboche where yearly flagpole raising service happens amid Saga Dawa Festival.
Day10 Dira-Puk Monastery-Zuthul-Puk Monastery[4790m], 6-7 hrs, 18 km, 550 m rising, 600m plummet
Today we cross Drolma la pass (5630 M) and Gauri Kund Lake (5608 m) where Hindus adore and drench themselves in the frigid waters of the lake.
Day11 Zuthul-Puk Monastery-Darchen (3-4 hrs, 4 km, 150 m drop) at that point we drive to Tirthapuri Hot Spring
The last end of the Parikrama is a simple 3-4 hrs stroll down to where the stream develops on to the Barga plain. We finish the multi day circuit trek of Mt. Kailash and drive to Tirthapuri Hot Spring. On the bank of Sutlej, just a couple of hours’ drive north-west of Darchen, the Tirthapuri Hot Spring appreciate close relationship with Guru Rinpoche. Pioneers generally bathe here after the Mt Kailash Kora. So journey to Mt. Kailash isn’t finished without visiting Thirthapuri for the