Kailash Mansarovar Yatra is the most noteworthy calling of the awesome which explorers consistently dream to satisfy in the route of their life. Accepted to be the most frightened all things considered, The Mount Kailash Hoteler Kora is venerated by Hindus, Jains, Bons and Buddhists Circumambulating the magical Mount Kailash is accepted to be heavenly as it is considered as the focal point of the universe.
Other than confidence in the awesome, the Kailash Hoteler Kora trek Tour requires most extreme arranging. For the travelers' most extreme solace, we have a uniquely made 17-day Tour. Start with favors of the blessed destinations in Kathmandu including Budhanilkantha and Pashupatinath sanctuary Darshan. Hawan and pooja at the Mansarovar Lake favors pioneers while permitting a plunge and Parikrama of Mansarovar Lake. Parikrama of the Mount Kailash is the feature of the profound excursion.
Mount Kailash Hoteler Kora Trek
Term: 16 Nights/17 Days
Places Covered: Kathmandu-Nyalam - Dongba - Mansarovar - Darchen - Dirapuk - Yumdwari - Zuthul phuk - Darchen - Dongba - Nyalam - Kathmandu
Budhanilkantha and Pashupatinath Temple darshan in Kathmandu Take a blessed dunk in Mansarovar lake Attend Hawan and Pooja at Mansarovar Lake. Parikarma of Mansarovar via Land Cruiser Feel honored by divine on Mount Kailash Parikrama Get favors of First Tirthankara at Ashtapad Explore Kuber Kund the delightful lake Nandi Parikrama Trek to Sapta Rishi Cave.
Day 1 Kathmandu-
Subsequent to showing up in Kathmandu, meet our agent who'll manage you to your hotels. Registration at the hotels. Rest of the day at recreation. At night, investigate Kathmandu all alone.
Appreciate supper and medium-term stay at your hotels.
Day 2 Kathmandu-
Toward the beghoteling of the day after breakfast, set out for the touring voyage through Kathmandu city. Continue for Budhanilkantha sanctuary for darshan. Next, continue to one of the most famous heavenly locales Pashupatinath Temple darshan. After darshan return back to your hotel for pressing and the further program instructions.
Day 3 Kathmandu to Nyalam (3700 mts. - 160km.)-
Toward the beghoteling of the day after breakfast, get shipped to China outskirt. After arriving at the China fringe, our delegates would finish the custom and registration conventions before entering Tibet. Post Lunch, start for Nyalam – the little Tibetan Town via Land Crusier. Medium-term at hotel.
Day 4 Nyalam-
On the fourth day of the excursion entire day rest is exhorted for high elevation acclimatization. Later at night go for a comfortable stroll to investigate the spot for its entrancing and charming beautiful excellence. Medium-term in Nyalam.
Day 5 Nyalam to Saga/Dongba-
Post breakfast, start with the longest driving day. While driving towards Nyalam drive past wonderful lakes, Peku-Tso, Labug-La and travelers pursuing a huge number of sheep and yaks. Toward the evening you will cross River Brahmaputra before coming to Dongba.
Upon Arrival in Gangotri take a blessed dunk in the hallowed stream Ganges which is likewise caOvernight stay at Saga/Dongba.
Day 6 Saga/Dongba to Mansarovar- -
Toward the beghoteling of the day after breakfast start for 7 hours Toury drive to Mansarovar. After coming to Mansarovar go to the Hawan and Pooja at the promising Mansarovar Lake. Make the most of your stay during the tents at the bank of the lake.
Medium-term stay in tent.
Day 7 Mansarovar to Darchen-
On the seventh day appreciate the Parikarma of Mansarovar via Land Cruiser. Feel captivated by taking a sacred dunk in Mansarovar Lake and do Pooja of Lord Shiva. The stayder of the day is burned through going to other otherworldly exercises.
Later beghoteling driving towards Darchen and appreciate a medium-term stay there.
Day 8 Darchen – Diraphuk-
Toward the beghoteling of the day in the wake of having an early breakfast head for Kailash Parikrama. This Parikrama would expect you to walk constantly for around 6 to 7 hours. The entirety of your merchandise and hardware will be conveyed by yak. Medium-term stay at Diraphuk.
Day 9 Trek to Dolma-La Pass-
This day of Tour is delicate as we will pass the Dolma-la Pass today. The Dolma-La pass is viewed as the hardest trek as it has unsure climate and encounters blizzard much of the time. In transit have Darshan of Gauri Kund.
Medium-term stay at Zhulthul Phuk.
Day 10 Zhulthul Phuk-
On the tenth day of the Tour have Darshan on east face of Kailash. Later in the day trek to Kuber Kund the delightful lake. Moving further proceed with trek to Zhulthul stop and appreciate a medium-term stay at your tent.
Day 11 Zhulthul Phuk - Darchen-
On the eleventh day trek to Darchen an unassuming community in Tibet self-governing area. It is the main base and town for Touring both Manasarovar Lake and Mount Kailash. Medium-term stay at Darchen.
Day 12 Kailash-
On the twelfth day of the Tour drive directly to Astapad. The strict significance of Ashtapad is eight stages. It is where the main Jain Tirthankara Shri Rishabhadev Bhagwan achieved salvation. Later trek to Mount Kailash base.
Medium-term stay at Kailash.
Day 13 Darchen-
The day is saved for doing Nandi Parikrama. After Nandi Parikrama trek to Sapta Rishi Cave. Proceed with trek to Darchen. Appreciate a medium-term stay at Darchen.
Day 14 Darchen – Dongba-
On the fourteenth day we will drive back to Dongba. Medium-term stay at Dongba.
Day 15 Dongba – Nyalam-
On the fifteenth day start for Nyalam, which would stamp your last day stay in Tibet area.
Day 16 Nyalam – Kathmandu-
On fruition of custom conventions you will be picked by the Nepal side. Proceed with your drive towards Kathmandu that will take an additional 5 hours before you arrive at Kathmandu. After arriving at registration at the hotels. The night is spent at the hotel.
Day 17 Kathmandu-
Toward the beghoteling of the day post breakfast, after checkout you will be extradited to the air terminal to load onto a trip for your forward excursion.
Kailash Mansarovar yatra sorted out by the Ministry of External Affairs will be between May 30 and September 10, 2024.
Yatri should possess an ordinary Indian passport valid for at least six months as on 01 September of the current year.