This tour is designed for those people who don’t have enough time to spend but wish to go to the holy yatra of Kailash. For many travelers or visitors, Tibet has a special appeal. This is a new opened trekl which lies at the remote region where the Himalayan swings northward towards the “heavens”. Its is one of the most popular tour in Tibet Mansarovar which includes Mt. Kailash and Lake Mansarovar. Holy Kailash tour is unique and the most highly praised travel destination in Tibet. Lhasa Kailash Mansarovar tour offer superb Himalayan views of Holy Kailash, Mt. Everest, Mt. Cho Oyu, Tibet Potala palace, Jhokang temple, Holy Mansarovar lake, Kailash Kora & beautiful landscape of Tibet. As per the Hindu legend, the most sacred Mt. Kailash formed six million years ago when the mountains were in their declining stage. Mt. Kailash is the newest mountain that lies in Karakuram Range and Naga Parvat.
As per the legend, a person who does the Kailash Kora once, all his sins are gone away. Going around Mt. Kailash 108 times means that one is directly receiving Nirvana (freedom). According to the description of Ramayana, one who takes bath in Mansarovar Lake reaches Bramalok (heaven); whereas the one drinking the water from Kailash knows the world of Shivalok (Shivas abode). It is considered holy center of universe among both Hindu and Buddhist religious group. According to legend, famous Hindu Lord Shiva lived at Kailash where he had spent his time practicing yogic austerities, making joyous love with his divine companion Parbati and smoking the sacred herb marijuana.
We arrive in Kathmandu and spend a day resting and preparing for the trip and fly to Nepalgunj, a city in the western Terai plains of Nepal the next day. We will travel via different ancient routes and trade links that connects Tibet with our country. Then we will start our Tibet tour with a visit to the Garuda Valley. Next, we circumambulate Mt. Kailash and tour Mansarovar lake which hold great natural and cultural importance. The Kailash Tour via Simikot ends in Lhasa which is also called the “Craddle of Tibetan Civilization”.
Day 02: Kathmandu – Syabrubeshi (3700 m – 140 km)
Day 03: Syabrubeshi – Kerung (43 km)
Day 04: Kerung
Day 05: Kerung to Saga – Dongba (4500 m – 375 km)
Day 06: Saga – Dongba (4500 mts. – 335kms) – Mansarovar
Day 07: Mansarovar – Darchen (4600 m – 110 km)
Day 08: Darchen – Diraphuk (4890 m – 12 km)
Day 09: Diraphuk – Zhulthulphuk (4790 m – 22 km)
Day 10: Zhulthulphuk – Saga – Dongba
Day 11: Saga – Dongba – Kerung
Day 12: Kerung – Kathmandu
Day 13: Kathmandu
Day 14: Departure
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