Kailash Trip Cost
PRICE FROM INR 175,000/person
Private professional English-speaking tour guide.
Private vehicle and Luggage Transfers.
All necessary Tibet travel permits.
All accommodations, based on double-occupancy. Medium standard accommodation with attached bathroom on twin sharing basis. Guesthouse or tent in remote areas.
Meals noted in the itinerary as “B,L,D”.
Admission fees and activity expenses, as noted in the itinerary.
Service Charge (the planning, handling, operational and communication charges) & government taxes.
Tourists Accident/Casualty Insurance
A container of Oxygen for emergency usage while trekking
Yaks for transferring luggage.
hina visa, all air tickets and train tickets to and from Tibet.
Sightseeing not listed in the itinerary.
Meals not listed in the itinerary.
Personal expenses such as laundry, drink, fax, telephone call, , etc.
Gratuities, tips to guides, drivers, bellboys, etc.
Excess Baggage Charges.
Single room supplement.
Additional tour service and/or activities.
Day 1 Lhasa Arrival (Kailash Trip Cost)
Kailash Trip Cost Welcome to the top of the world! You will be grabbed by neighborhood visit control at the airplane terminal corridor or prepare station, and after that be escorted to your lodging in Lhasa city in a private vehicle.
After landing in your lodging, whatever remains of the day is free for you to investigate the neighborhoods adjust yourself to the air, temperature and high elevation of Lhasa.
High Altitude Acclimation Tips: 1) go for some relaxation strolling to adapt the high elevation however maintain a strategic distance from strenuous movement after entry; 2) you would be advised to not have shower, if there should arise an occurrence of getting a bug; 3) drink more water, and have some natural product; 4) have a decent rest.
Day 2 Lhasa ( B ) (Kailash Trip Cost)
Begin the present Lhasa investigation with an energizing visit to the point of interest – Potala Palace which is viewed as a standout amongst the most wonderful compositional working on the planet. You will move up the royal residence along the crisscross stone ways with white-and-red dividers to the highest point of the castle where you can value the intriguing Tibetan-style engineering, as well as get an incredible perspective of Lhasa’s urban zones, at that point stroll into the inward space of Potala Palace to investigate the stately sanctuaries and find out about the historical backdrop of the royal residence.
Proceeding with your investigation, you will then get to Jokhang Temple which is considered as the otherworldly heart of Tibetan Buddhism. Every day, there are a large number of travelers originating from better places in Tibet to the sanctuary to love to the Buddha. This sanctuary is otherwise called the “place of Buddha” since it keeps the valuable Jowo Rinpoche, the life-sized (5 foot/1.5m) picture of the Shakyamuni at 12 years old. The last site for the present investigation is the celebrated Barkhor Street. It is a roundabout and wide road enclosing the Jokhang Temple. The nearby individuals get a kick out of the chance to stroll in the city for a few circles typically in the late evening as an every day convention of journey. The road likewise has numerous shops offering a wide assortment of conventional Tibetan products, religious things and handcrafts.
Day 3 Lhasa ( B ) (Kailash Trip Cost)
After breakfast, you will right off the bat go to visit the lovely Norbulingka which used to be the previous summer castle of Dalai Lamas in the antiquated time, and now is an open stop. It is popular for its Potrang, the private castles of previous Dalai lamas with bombastic Tibetan design style. Next, drive a few kilometers toward the western edges of Lhasa to visit Drepung Monastery. Drepung, in Tibetan, signifies “success”. Since its foundation, Drepung Monastery has dependably been a standout amongst the most essential Buddhist religious communities in Tibet. In its prime, there were in excess of 10,000 priests lived and contemplated in the religious community. All through its history, numerous essential and popular Tibetan pioneers used to think about here, particularly the Dalai Lamas. So Drepung Monastery is likewise deferentially known as the “Mother School of Dalai Lamas”.
Day 4 Lhasa – Shigatse ( B ) (Kailash Trip Cost)
Today, you will leave Lhasa and drive around 8 hours to Shigatse, the second biggest city in Tibet. It might be a long voyage, yet there are numerous activities along the street. The principal site you will reach is the heavenly Yamdrok Lake. As the biggest crisp lake in the northern of the Himalaya Mountains, it spreads around 675 square meters from south to north, similar to an eardrop lying in the arms of snow-topped monster mountains. Survey from a separation, you can see fruitful fields brimming with yaks and sheep, and some little Tibetan towns along the lakeshore. Continuing driving not so distant from Yamdrok Lake, you will see the monumental Karola Glacier transcending on high on the correct side of the street.
Day 5 Shigatse – Saga ( B ) (Kailash Trip Cost)
Drive from Shigatse to Saga, which is around 450 kilometer’s driving takes around 9 hours. Appreciate normal landscapes like glades, waterways, and snow-topped mountains.
Oblige at Saga Town.
Day 6 Saga – Manasarovar Lake – Darchen ( B ) (Kailash Trip Cost)
After breakfast, you need to take another long driving around 550km from Saga to Darchen (4,575m), a little town situated as the beginning stage of the strolling kora of the sacred Mount Kailash. Amid the favorable journey times, Darchen will be overflowed with Pilgrims with many tents everywhere throughout the little town.
Day 7 Trek from Darchen to Dirapuk (Kailash Trip Cost)
Trekking Time: 5-6 hrs, 20km
Trek from Darchen (4,560m) to Dirapuk Monastery (4,750m). The trek is a continuous stroll in the clockwise circuit at the normal elevation of in excess of 4,700 meters. You will be joined by numerous nearby Buddhist explorers likewise strolling the same kora. In the event that you meet individuals who come the counter clockwise course, don’t be astonish, they are Bon travelers. You will stop at the Tamdin (4,780m) for lunch and heated water supply. At that point continue trekking 4km to the last goals of today – Dirakpuk Monaster. This segment of trekking flaunts a portion of the best view of the whole kora.
Day 8 Trek from Dirapuk to Zutulpuk (Kailash Trip Cost)
Trekking Time: 6-7 hrs, 18km
Trek from Dirapuk Monastery uprising 762 meters at elevation to Zutulpuk Monastery by intersection Drolma-la Pass (5,630m) preceding rapidly slipping to Dzutul-puk cloister (Dzutul-puk signifies “mysterious give in” in Tibetan).
Remain medium-term at the tent guesthouse of religious community.
Day 9 Zutulpuk – Darchen (Kailash Trip Cost)
Trekking Time: 3 hrs,11km
Wake up in the blessed dawn of Mount Kailash, after breakfast, you will trek back to Darchen. Todays’ trekking is relaxation and unwinding, which should be possible in 3 ~ 4 hours. On course, investigate the contemplation surrender of Milarepa, the celebrated Buddhist ace and Yoga meditator. Encompassing the give in are numerous sanctuaries and places of worship.
When you exist from the valley, your driver will lift you up and exchange to Darchen.
Day 10 Darchen – Saga ( B ) (Kailash Trip Cost)
Drive through the desolate region passing numerous towns and camps of Yak herders, and back to Saga. There are numerous chances to take awesome pictures!
Day 11 Saga – Lhatse ( B )
Driving from Saga to Shigatse (450km, 9 hours). Remain medium-term at Shigatse.
Tips: The drive today is very long. Kindly don’t waver to request that the driver stop so you can get out and extend your legs or take photos of the excellent environment.
Day 12 Shigatse – Lhasa ( B ) (Kailash Trip Cost)
Today, before you driving back to Lhasa, you will go to visit the most essential cloister in Shigatse area – Tashilunpo Monastery where you will spend around 2 hours for visiting.
Tashilhunpo Monastery is the seat of progressive Panchen Lamas, aslo one of the six Gelug religious communities. Established by the First Dalai Lama in 1447, its name signifies “all fortune and joy assembled here” or “load of transcendence” in Tibetan. Covering a territory of about 150,000 square meters, the religious community has in excess of 57 corridors and 3600 rooms. Among them, the Coqen Hall can hold 2000 individuals droning in the meantime. Including an intriguing sprawling amalgam of conventional Tibetan ascetic style, those corridors, houses of prayer and different structures are associated by steep advances and thin cobblestone back roads. The interaction between the brilliant rooftops and the white, red and dark outside dividers makes a striking structure.
Day 13 Lhasa Departure ( B )
Today will be free until the point when you are escorted to the air terminal or prepare station.
Tips: Please pack your gear precisely, particularly for things like tooth brush, camera, cell phone, telephone charger, towel, wallet. In the event that your flight is orchestrated toward the evening, if it’s not too much trouble ensure you look at the inn before 12pm.