For Hindus, Mount Kailash is the abode of Lord Shiva. For Buddhists, the place is an embodiment of Lord Buddha. The first Jain saint, Adinath received his emancipation at this place. For the Bons, their saint Shenrad is said to have descended on this very peak. While Mount Kailash is bound by faith and wrapped in Nature’s arm, the travellers to Kailash are not only people with deep religious beliefs and sentiments, but people in search of adventure also.

The other important site near Kailash is Lake Mansarovar, which as per legend was created by Lord Brahma himself.  Besides, Lake Mansarovar, there is another lake called Rakshas Tal which is located next to the Mansarovar Lake but is separated from it by a thin isthmus of mountains. While the Lake Mansarovar remains calm under every kind of weather conditions, the Rakhshas Tal is consistently stormy. These twin lakes carry a spiritual significance and are considered to be the symbols of the difference between the good and the bad.

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Day 1:
Kathmandu

Arrival at Kathmandu and get transferred to the Hotel . In the evening receive a briefing about Kailash yatra

Day 2:
Explore Kathmandu

Visit Pashipatinath and Guhyeshwari Temple in the morning. Relax and prepare for the Yatra

Day 3:
Lhasa

Get transferred to the airport early in the morning for your flight to Lhasa and get transferred to the hotel in Lhasa. Visit the Barkhor street in the evening. Overnight at Lhasa

Day 4:
Shigatse & Tashi Lumpho Monastery

Drive to Shigatse by bus and visit the famous Tashi Lumpho Monastery. Overnight stay at Shigatse

Day 5:
Saga

After breakfast drive to Saga by bus and explore the place, walk around or relax.

Day 6:
Manasarovar Parikrama

Drive to Lake Manasarovar for the holy parikrama (circumambulation)

Day 7:
Darchen

Take a dip at the Holy lake and drive to Darchen

Day 8:
Yam Dwar & Kailash trek

After breakfast drive to Yam Dwar and trek to Deraphuk .

Day 9:
Kailash trek

Trek over Dolma la pass (5550m) and to Zuthulphuk (5650m) to Zutulphuk Gompa (4790m) – 22km, 10-11 hrs

Day 10:
Kailash trek

Morning trek to Zhongdo ( 5km) and drive to Saga

Day 11:
Shigatse

Morning drive to Shigatse. Evening for relaxation and acclimatisation

Day 12:
Lhasa

After breakfast drive to Lhasa and relax.

Day 13:
Kathmandu

Early morning departure to Kathmandu by flight and transfer to the hotel. Relax and do some shopping.

Day 14:
Departure

Get transferred to the airport for your flight back home.

Inclusions

Airport transfer by tourist coach
Three nights’ accommodation at Kathmandu in 3 star hotel with veg meals
Pashupatinath and Guheshori Darshan
All Sightseeing in Kathmandu and Tibet side by Deluxe bus
All accommodation at Tibetan Hotel / Guesthouse
Visa fees for Tibet
All entry, travel & road permit fees in Tibet
Tibetan guide and other support staff
Oxygen & Gamow bag, oximeter

Exclusions

Flight to Kathmandu and back home
Kathmandu-Lhasa-Kathmandu Air fare.
Nepal entry and re-entry visa fees for non-resident Indian
Rescue & emergency cost
Horse cost for personal riding during Kailash Parikrama.
Cost of Visa split & transportation in case of any member exiting before the trip ends
Any other cost not mentioned in the itinerary & tips for supporting staff

Note: This is subject to change due to unavoidable circumstances and the extra cost incurred has to be paid by the clients – extra charges of Hotels, in case of flight cancellations due to Weather problems

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