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Mt Kailash Tour is the most visited sacred destination in far-west in Tibet and Hindus believe Mt Kailash to be the abode of Lord Shiva.

  • Duration 17 Days
  • Difficulty Level Low
  • Includes Equipment, Drinks, Accommodations, Food

Trip Introduction

Mt Kailash Tour is the most visited sacred destination in far-west in Tibet and Hindus believe Mt Kailash to be the abode of Lord Shiva. It is considered holy center of the universe among both Hindu and Buddhist religious group. MT Kailash Tour drawn to many pilgrimage groups from all over the world to have divine glimpse of Lord Shiva’s abode to attain release from the clutches of ignorance and delusion. Since then many holy people- saints and sages are also consider this pristine site most be visited to pay their attention to Lord Shiva. According to Buddhist scripture Lord Buddha had magically visited Kailash in the 5th century BC and they also believe the   Buddhism was entered in Tibet from Nepal and India, in the 7th century AD afterward. Mt Kailash Tour allow to visitors to wonder about magical natural rewards of around and colorful reflections of religious belief of people.

Mt Kailash Tour along covers circuit around the holy mountain-clockwise for the Buddhists, anti-clockwise for Bon adherents are known as a Kora or Parikrama (Circuit) and normally it takes three days.  Along the Mt Kailash Tour visitors take a short plunge in the nearby sacred site Manasarovar Lake. The word ‘manas’ means mind or consciousness sarovar means holy lake simply we call it Lake of Consciousness and Enlightenment which also signifies the spirit of Brahma creator of universe. The holy Manasarovar Lake looks incredibly fascinating on moonlit nights especially during the full moon, coveting areas of 88-km circumference, its depth is 90m and total area 320-sq-kms around. There is another neighboring lake which is called Rakshas Tal, also known as “Ravan Kund”, which covers is 122-km area of circumference.


  • Day 1

    Arrival at Kathmandu (1300m).

    At the airport; you will be meet by representative of our company and transferred to the Hotel, where you will meet us. If you will arrive in Kathmandu, we will collect all of your original passport to apply for Chinese Group visa. A pre-trek briefing will be held at approx. 6:00pm to 7:00pm in the evening and is a great opportunity to get acquainted with your fellow group members before heading out to dinner. Welcome dinner at the authentic and typical Nepalese cuisine with cultural dance.

  • Day 2

    Full day Guided Tour inKathmandu Valley with City Tour Guide

    • SWAYAMBHUNATH also known as the monkey temple, is climbed by a long set of steps and has great views of Kathmandu.
    • BOUDHANATH has many traditional Gompas hung with strings of multi-coloured prayer flags; it attracts many Sherpas and Tibetans for the circumambulations of the stupa (koras).
    • PASHUPATINATH is a Hindu temple with burning Ghats on the banks of the Bagmati River
  • Day 03:

    Full day Guided Tour in Bhaktapur with City Tour Guide

    • CHANGUNARAYAN, considered as the oldest temple in Nepal. It exhibits the development of Newari religious architecture
    • BHAKTAPUR the third largest city in Kathmandu valley and was once the capital of Nepal during the great Malla Kingdom until the second half of the 15th century. “The City Of Devotees”. This Bhaktapur City is also known “Bhadgaon” or “Ancient Newari Town”.
  • Day 4

    Kathmandu to Syabrubenshi (1,467m/141km)

    We start the journey early in the morning after a breakfast to Sybrubenshi the trekking starting point of about 8 hour drive which provides you mountain scenery and landscape. The first path till Dhunche is smooth. From then the path moves along the gravel road.

  • Day 5

    Drive to Kyirong (3,960m/105km)

    Drive to Rasuwagadhi 15km from Syabrubeshi, then complete immigration & custom formalities in Nepal & Tibet side at Rasuwagadhi, and then continue further drive to Kerung. Overnight stay Guesthouse

  • Day 6

    Acclimatization day

  • Day 7

    Drive to Dongba (4,452m/350km)

    Early morning breakfast at guesthouse and get in the bus passing through many passes, curly road, seeing the grassland, crossing the Brahmaputra river on the way serve the packed lunch than continue drive to Dongba.

  • Day 8

    Drive to Mansarovar Lake (4,590m/370km)

    Today we will continue our journey to Mansarovar. It is around 6 hours drive. The holiest Lake Mansarovar is the source of four great holy rivers Ganges, Brahmaputra, Sutlej and Indus River. It is said that Lord Vishnu floated in it for an eternity, dreaming, until the life force stirred, and out of the water’s infinite potential sprang forth all of creation.

  • Day 9

    Mansarovar to Darchen (4,575m/53km)

    Early morning, start the parikrama of Manasarovar covering approximately 88 Km. Total time taken for the Parikrama and the holy dip and puja, will be nearly 3 hours. After finishing the parikrama of the lake, the bus takes you to Darchen, a distance of 53 Km, in about an hour. Darchen has a small market and if you missed buying essentials at Purang, you can try your luck here.

  • Day 10

    Trek to Dirapuk (4,920m/18km)

    From Tarboche, we walk up the Lha Chu Valley through beautiful green meadows and streams with Mt Kailash towering above us. We follow the river which enters a narrow canyon with high, steep cliffs and spectacular waterfalls. Continuing up the valley, the north face of Kailash comes into view before we reach the 13th century monastery at Dira-puk.

  • Day 11

    Trek to Zutulpuk (4,790m/22km)

    We now leave the Lha Chu Valley and enter the Drolma Chu Valley, heading up towards a high pass, the Drolma La 5,630m. It’s a tough climb to the summit which is festooned with prayer flags but from there it is all downhill or flat to Zutul-puk, with views of one of the highest lakes in the world, Thukpe Dzingbu Lake, known as the Lake of Compassion. As well as the monastery at Zutul-puk, there are several meditation caves and another cave containing an image of Milarepa.

  • Day 12

    Trek to Darchen (11km)

    We cross several streams, and follow an impressive gorge. Along the way we are once again treated to magnificent views of Kailash. We then enter the Bharka plain and it’s about an hour’s walk through this desert-like landscape to Darchen

  • Day 13

    Drive to Dongba

  • Day 14

    Drive to Kyirong

  • Day 15

    Drive back to Kathmandu

    Early morning breakfast at guesthouse and drive to china boarder checked custom formalities continue drive to Kathmandu

  • Day 16

    Free day in Kathmandu for self-shopping and other activities

  • Day 17

    Transfer to Kathmandu International airport for departure

Cost Includes & Excludes

Cost Include

  • Airport pick up and drop on private vehicle
  • Welcome dinner at authentic Nepalese kitchen
  • 4 Nights hotel accommodation in Kathmandu on BB plan
  • Full day sightseeing in Kathmandu with English speaking city Tour guide
  • Standard and best available of Hotel or Guesthouses on AP plan
  • English Speaking Tibetan Guide
  • Private transportation on van or bus depend upon the number of group
  • All Tibet permit and entrance fees
  • Sightseeing as per the itinerary
  • Yak and Yakman or porters for luggage while doing Kailash Kora

Cost Non-Includes

  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
  • Nepal and Tibet visa fees
  • Travel and personal Expenses
  • Medical fee if Emergency
  • Insurance of any kind.
  • Rescue and Evacuation Service
  • Any Additional cost due to Nature calamity and Unforeseen Circumstances and etc.
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