Kailash Tour

13 Days
Tibet, China
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Package Description

Tibetan Plateau in Asia northeast of the Himalayas. is the traditional homeland of the Tibetan people as well as some other ethnic groups such as Monpa, Qiang and Lhoba peoples. The economy of Tibet is dominated by subsistence agriculture, though tourism has become a growing industry in recent decades. Tibetan Buddhism is a primary influence on the art, music, and festivals of the region.

Mt. Kailash is the most significant peak in the world without any known climbing attempts.  Taking a trek to explore the holy heart of Asian Buddhism and Hinduism. Mount Kailash is located on the remote western Tibet plateau. Kailash, in Tibetan, means mountain of God. Perennial snow and ice cover the upper peak of the mountain. With an elevation of 6,656 meters (21,837ft), Mount Kailash is not one of the highest peaks in Asia, but certainly the holiest mountain in Asia.

Mt. Kailash is known as not just a mountain but a sacred place Hindu, Buddhist, Jain and Bon. Tibetan Buddhist called Mt. Kailash Kangri Rinpoche; ‘Precious Snow Mountain’. According to Hindu, it is a home of Lord Shiva. Where for Buddhists, it is the navel of the universe. Kailash is also known as Meru Parvat or Sumeru among Jain, where their first leader Tirthankara, Rishabhadeva, attained Nirvana. And for the Bon, a religion which predates Buddhism in Tibet, maintain that the entire mystical region and the nine-story Swastika Mountain are the seat of all spiritual power.

The Hinduism respects Kailash most. Hindus believe Kailash as the abode of the most powerful Lord Shiva who is in charge of Destroy, The Hindus believe that one should at least finish one pilgrimage walking around the Kailash during his lifetime. The route of pilgrimage walking is a circle over 52 km.

Itinerary 1
Day 01: Arrive Kathmandu. Evening – Visit Pashupatinath for “Aarati”. 1370m.
Day 02: Morning briefing and Yatra preparation afternoon fly to Nepalgunj. 165 m.
Day 03: Morning fly to Simikot afternoon visit Shiva Mandir. 2910 m.
Day 04: Fly to Hilsa and drive to Purang. 3900 m.
Day 05: Drive to Manasarovar Lake & Holy Bath, Puja etc. 4590 m.
Day 06: First Day of Outer Kora – Visit Ashtapad & Trek to Dirapuk
Day 07: Second Day of Outer Kora – On to Zuthulpuk with Trek to Dolma La Pass
Day 08: Drive to Hilsa-Simikot via Taklakot
Day 09: Fly to Nepalgunj & Fly back to Kathmandu and o/n at 5-star hotel
Day 10: Final departure or proceed for your further tour
Itinerary 2
Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu
Day 02: Kathmandu – Sightseeing and visit temples
Day 03: Drive Kathmandu to Nyalam 150 km
Day 04: Nyalam – Sightseeing
Day 05: Nyalam – New Dongba/Saga
Day 06: New Dongba/Saga – Manasarovar (277 km)
Day 07: Mansarovar – Darchen (40 km)
Day 08: Darchen – Tarboche (13 km drive) – Dirapuk (4909 m.) (7 km trek / 5 – 6 hrs)
Day 09: Dirapuk – Zuthulpuk
Day 10: Zuthulpuk – Darchen – Manasarovar- Dongba (end of Kailash Parikrama).
Day 11: Drive Dongba to Nyalam (376 km) 7-8 hrs.
Day 12: Drive Nylam to Kathmandu (156 km) 6-7 hrs.
Day 13: Fly back home
  • All air & ground transportation
  • Tibet China Visa and All permit including Kailash.
  • Accommodation  on camping and Guesthouse in Kathmandu & Tibet
  • Welcome dinner in Tibet with Tibetan cultural program
  • Full Board Meal
  • Sightseeing tour in Tibet with all entrance fees
  • Yak and yak man During Kora
  • Qualified English speaking tour trekking guide & crew members  with their salaries, insurance & accommodation
  • All required trekking equipment including member tent.
  • Personal trekking gears like sleeping bag, down jacket, inner liner, and duffle bag for the use while trekking.
  • Portable Altitude Chamber along with comprehensive medical kit and Oxygen.


  • Nepal Re-Entry Visa Fees
  • Travel insurance, International flight and airport departure taxes
  • Sleeping Bag and Down Jacket
  • Emergency Evacuation cost
  • Personal expenses like Gratitude and Drinks

This Trip can be Customized according to your Requirements. Feel free to call or mail us with any questions or comments.
B: Breakfast, L: Lunch, D: Dinner

Umesh Ghimire