Kailash Mansarovar yatra
Kailash Mansarovar yatra Facts
|Package:||Kailash Mansarovar yatra|
|Price||USD 2500 per person|
|Max Elevation||19,500 feet|
|Trip Start / Ends||kathmandu / Kathmandu|
|Contact Detail (Viber/Whatsapp)||+9779843724104|
|Trip Note:||Price offered is full inclusive and it is quoted in USD. Trip will only starts when you will arrive to Kathmandu International Airport. The given itinerary is just a standard itinerary and could be customized on request.|
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Kailash Mansarovar yatra is the spiritual journey to the Abode of Lord Shiva. Mount Kailash is not a destination; it's a journey.
Mount Kailash and the Kailash Parvat are supposed to be the destination of the spiritual hub of the world. Like Mt. Kailash, Lake Manasarovar is another purity set of pilgrimage that draws people from a different religions.
With its ideal peaks and Lake Manasarovar, Mt. Kailash is a lake of exquisiteness in the Tibetan mountain. The word 'manas' means mind, and 'Sarovar' refers to the holy lake, which we call the Lake of Consciousness. The sacred lake looks fascinating, particularly during the full moon day, and it occupies areas of 88 km in circumference. Also, the place is a religious center of different religions in Nepal, including Hinduism, Buddhism, Tibetan, pre-Buddhist animistic, and Jain. Taking a bath in the lake, Manasarovar is thought to purify all sins done in life.
Kailash Peak lies at an elevation of 22,022 ft. Lake Manasarovar, located at 14,954 ft, symbolizes pristine attractiveness and peacefulness, which is truly breathtaking and gives you the feeling of being one with Shiva. And the best time to visit Mount Kailash is from May to September.
Hiking Annapurna will design your itinerary as per your budget and schedule. We humbly request clients not miss the chance to go to Mount Kailash. Mansarovar Lake, Rakshas Tal, Khojarnath, Atmaa Lingam, Astapad, and Nandi Parbat are famous and exciting places to visit during the Kailash Yatra with us.
Facts about Mount Kailash Mansarovar
- lazuli, gold, ruby, and crystal form four peak faces.
- Lake Mansarovar is also believed to change different colors. It is clear blue near the shores and changes to emerald green towards the center.
- Hinduism utters Mount Kailash, a crystal via Sanskrit; Kangri Rinpoche stands as a precious snow mountain for Tibetan Buddhists; Swastika Mountain for Bon followers; and Tirthankara for Jain.
- Hindus and Buddhists developed the circular walk in a clockwise direction while Jain and Bon's minions peregrinate via an anti-clockwise movement.
- It's surprising to discover hair and nails growing faster by a few millimeters throughout because it is considered the spot of the meteoric aging process.
Kailash Mansarovar yatra Itinerary
This itinerary is specially designed for Indian Citizens.
Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu, Overnight at Hotel
Upon arrival, Our representative will meet you at the Airport and escort you to the Hotel, Evening Pashupatinath Aarati, Evening dinner, and overnight stay at Katmandu.
Day 2: Full Day in Pashupatinath Temple and Tour. (Pashupatinath Temple, Budhanilkantha)
Morning Pashupatinath Darshan and Puja, Hawan, and Rudraabhishek by Brahman, Jal Narayan temple tour, back to Hotel and rest of the day is free for packing and program briefing.
Day 3: Drive Kerung and transfer to Hotel. (About 145km) 6 to 7 Hours)
This will be the first day of Yatra. We travel from Kathmandu to Shybrubshi (Nepal), which is a drive (1400 meters - 145 kilometers)
Day 4: Cross Tibetan Chinese Kerung Boeder after checking the immigration drive to Jilong/Kerung City. (about 40kms) Full day acclimatization
Drive to Friendship Kerung Border and make all immigration process, cross it and another mountain drive to Jilong City. It is a new Tibetan Chinese city developed for the China railway service. Visit City and village around. Stay at the Guest House.
Day 5: Jilong/Kerung to Saga (4500mts. - 240kms)
After breakfast, drive from Jilong/Kerung to Saga for about 06:00 hours. Overnight stay at Saga Hotel. This day, After an hour's drive, you will enter the Conservation area where you can see Mt. Shisha Pangma, the only mountain in Tibet, the 8000-meter peak, and Lake Pikucho. Before reaching Saga city, you will cross the holy Brahmaputra river. Before crossing, we stopped for a sacred wash before heading to Mansarovar.
Day 6: Saga - (4500mts. - 435kms) Mansarovar Lake.
After breakfast, Yatra from Saga to Mansarovar Lake for about 07 to 8 hours; you will enter the Kailash region in Tibet. The road is a bit hard, but nowadays you will drive a comfortable bus. Cross high passes, and finally, you will have Mansarovar and Kailash's darshan just before entering Mansarovar Lake parikrama. Stop for darshan and see the view, then continue to Tsu Gompa via the left of Mansarovar Lake. Overnight stay in a tent or Guesthouse.
Day 7: Yatra from Mansarovar to Darchen (4600mts. - 35kms.)
Mansarovar Parikrama by Deluxe Bus. We will choose a particular point to dip in Manasarovar Lake and do the Pooja of Lord Shiva. Full day free for spiritual activities. Drive around 2.30 hrs to Darchen and stay overnight there. Astapad excursions can be done at extra cost.
Day 8: Darchen to Diraphuk Kailash Parikrama (4890mts. - 12kms.)
This is the first day of Kailash Parikrama. We should start our journey after breakfast as early as possible. Today, we have to walk continuously for about 6 to 7 hours. Yak will carry all our goods and equipment. Overnight stay at Diraphuk in a tent or guest House.
Day 9: Diraphuk to Zhulthulphuk Kailash Parikrama (4790mts. - 22kms.)
The longest Kailash yatra tour day is Holy Walk to Dolma-La Pass, 5630m. above sea level. The weather is unpredictable in Doma-la Pass, and a snowstorm can fall anytime. So we try to start our Yatra as early as possible. In route, we can have Darshan of Shivatsal, Good and Bad Karma Hole, Blessing Holystone, and Gaurikund, but it is challenging to go and touch. Overnight stay en route to Zhulthulphuk Monastery Guest House. Our team will cook Indian food for you.
Day 10: Zhulthulphuk to Darchen Kailash Kora - Drive to Saga (465 km. 4500mts.)
On the final day of Kailash Kora, Holy Kailash, Walk down to before it darkens and a short drive to Darchen. We finished our great Kailash Parikarma/Cora; later, our tour went back to Kathmandu, following the same route to Saga via Mansarovar Lake—evening in Saga with an Indian Veg meal.
Day 11: Saga - Jilong/Kerung (230km - 3600mts.)
After breakfast, our Kailash Mansarovar back journey to Jilong via Saga on the same route. Again short break in Saga and Brahmaputra rivers, then continued to Jilong—the final dinner in Tibet served by our staff.
Day 12: Jilong - Kerung - Langtang - to Katmandu ( 185kms.)
Morning is a short drive of about 41km. To Kerung Border, Cross the Friendship border and drive to Kathmandu into the green scenery to Langtang National Park. Continue driving to Kathmandu for about 7.00 hours and check into the same Hotel.
Day 13: Free and Drive to the Airport or onward destination.
Complimentary Morning for final packing and transfer to the Airport for departure.
Kailash Mansarivar Yatra by Helicopter
DAY 01: Arrival in Kathmandu for afternoon Darshan of Pashupatinath and evening program briefing overnight at the Hotel.
Altitude: 1,400 m | Accommodation: 4* Hotel in Kathmandu
DAY 02: Yatra Preparation and afternoon flight to Nepalgunj, overnight at Hotel.
Flight: 55 min | Accommodation: Hotel in Nepalgunj
DAY 03: Fly to Simikot in the Morning (3000m) by fixed wing, Fly to Hilsa (3700m) by Helicopter, then cross the border and drive to Purang (3800m) overnight at Hotel.
Altitude: Simikot (3000m), Hilsa (3700m), Purang (3800m) | Flight: 45min (Nepalgunj - Simikot) | Heli: 30min (Simikot - Hilsa) | Accommodation: Hotel in Purang
DAY 04: Purang full-day acclimatization.
Altitude: Purang (3800m) | Acclimatization | Accommodation: Hotel in Purang
DAY 05: Drive to Lake Manasarovar (4500m.), Start Parikrama of Mansarovar- 105km and Holy Bath, Puja, etc.
Altitude: 4500m | Drive: 3hrs | Accommodation: Mansarovar Guesthouse
DAY 06: After Lunch, we drive to Darchen.
Drive: 2hrs | Trek: 7-8hrs | Accommodation: Hotel
DAY 07: Drive to Yam Dwar and Trek to Diraphuk.
Trek: 7-8 hrs | Accommodation: Diraphuk Guesthouse
DAY 08: Trek Dolma la Pass (5650m.) overnight at Zuthulphuk.
Altitude: 5650m | Trek: 10-11 hrs | Accommodation: Zuthulphuk Guesthouse
DAY 09: Trek 2hrs and Drive to Hilsa via Purang and fly to Simikot by Helicopter overnight at the Hotel
Trek: 2hrs | Accommodation: Hotel
DAY 10: Fly to Nepalgunj - Kathmandu.
Flight: 55 min | Accommodation: 4* Hotel in Kathmandu
DAY 11: Drive to the Airport and fly back home.
Kailash Mansarovar Yatra for Nepali Itinerary
This package is designed for Nepali Citizens only.
Overland Route: Kathmandu – Kerung – Saga – Manasarovar Lake – Mt. Kailash
Day 01: Drive from Kathmandu to Dhunche or Syabrubesi
Drive to Dhunche (2000m / 130 km / 6 hrs) or Syabrubesi (1600m / 145 km / 6.5 hrs). Overnight stay at Lodge.
Day 02: Drive to Kerung County.
Drive to Rasuwagadhi (1800m / 15 km / 45 min from Syabrubesi), unlimited immigration & customs formalities in Nepal & Tibet side at Rasuwagadhi, and continue. Drive to Kerung county (3950m) – 3 hrs / 105 km. Overnight stay Guesthouse
Day 03: Drive to Saga
09:00 am – After Breakfast – Drive to Saga (100 km – 5hrs).
Meal: Breakfast, Packed Lunch, and Dinner at Saga
Hotel: Saga Hotel or similar.
Day 04: Drive from Saga to Mansarovar Lake
08:00 am – Drive towards Manasarovar Lake (450km – 7 – 8hrs), cross beautiful places, and stay at the Lake's shore. Fill spiritual water. Parikrama of Manasarovar Lake by vehicle (2 hrs – 90 km)
Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Hotel: Mansarovar Lake Side Lodge
Day 05: Drive to Darchen
Most of the day – Perform Puja (prayer ritual) at Manasarovar Lake
04:00 PM – Drive to Darchen (2hrs)
Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Hotel: Dormitory Sharing Guest House.
Day 06: First Day of Outer Kora – Trek to Dirapuk
10:00 am – After a short drive, we will reach Tarboche and visit Yama Dwar. This is the starting point for Kora. We will trek to Dirapuk (4860 m), a 12 km trek (5-6 hrs). You will visit the North face of Mt. Kailash and touch the feet of Mt. Kailash (Charan Sparsh). Travelers who do not want to trek around (Parikrama) Kailash can return to Darchen and wait for the rest of the group to arrive from Parikrama.
Meal: Breakfast at Manasarovar, Lunch & Dinner OR on the way during Parikrama
Hotel: Mud House on the way during Parikrama or Stay in Dormitory Guest House at Darchen
Day 07: Second Day of Outer Kora – On to Zuthulphuk with Trek to Dolma La Pass
07:00 am – Trek from Dirapuk to Dolma La Pass and proceed to Zuthulpuk (22 km trek for 7-8 hours). This is the most challenging journey throughout the Yatra since you must trek up to 18,600 ft. From descend to Gaurikund and furtheTrekek along with the river to Zuthul-puk.
Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Hotel: Stay at the Lodge (Zuthul-puk)
NOTE: If you are not doing Parikrama, then you will still be waiting at Darchen
Day 08: Drive to Saga
08:00 am – After a short trek(2 hrs) and reaching the point where the coach will be staying, we will drive to Darchen and merge with other members who were waiting and drive to Saga
Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Hotel: Saga Hotel or similar
Day 09: Drive back to Kerung
Back journey, go to Kerung County. Overnight stay at Guesthouse
Day 10: Drive to Kathmandu
Drive back to Kathmandu via the Rasuwagadhi border, completing immigration formalities – around 8-10 hr / 265 km.
Fixed Departure dates
|Months||Full Moon Departure by Bus Ex. Kathmandu 2022|
|May||08 May - Arrival in Kathmandu|
|June||05 June - Arrival in Kathmandu|
|July||05 July - Arrival in Kathmandu|
|August||03 August - Arrival in Kathmandu|
|September||06 September - Arrival in Kathmandu|
KAILASH MANSAROVAR YATRA COST
|Package||Cost Per Person|
|Deluxe Package||INR 165000 / USD 2500|
FAQs for Kailash Mansarovar Yatra
1) How many days are needed for Mt. Kailash Yatra?
A minimum of 9 days via helicopter and a maximum of 16 days overland tour will take you to your destination of Mt Kailash and make your journey a memorable one for a lifetime. With our four Kailash Mansarovar Yatra packages, you can make your spiritual journey to Mt. Kailash come true.
- Kailash Mansarovar Tour- 14 Days
- Kailash Mansarovar Tour via Helicopter Ex Lucknow – 9 Days
- Kailash Mansarovar Tour via Helicopter Ex Kathmandu - 11 Days
- Kailash Mansarovar Tour Overland Tour Ex Lhasa - 16 Days
2) How long does it take to finish the Parikrama?
The journey of 53 km washes away all your sins. You will take a total of three days to finish the Parikrama or circumambulation of the sacred Mt. Kailash. While on the trek, you will come across various gorgeous landscapes, tranquil mountain towns, distinctive mountain terrains and high passes. As you move forward, you will be blessed with a unique view of Mt. Kailash and the deep feeling accompanying a meeting with the Supreme.
3) What is the best time to travel?
The best time to undertake this Holy tour is between mid-May to mid-October, as the weather is clear and less chilly during the day. The visibility is good; while the temperature is bearable during the day, it falls below the freezing point at night. Hence, warm clothes are suggested, and proper acclimatization is necessary for preventing altitude sickness.
4) What is the age limit for Kailash Mansarovar Yatra?
If you are anywhere between 18 years to 70 years, you are eligible for Kailash Yatra 2022. However, older people need to be medically fit trek on such high altitudes.
5) Is a Passport required for Mansarovar Yatra?
Yes, a valid passport is necessary for undertaking the pilgrims Kailash Manasarovar Yatra.
6) Is visa required for Kailash Mansarovar Yatra?
Yes, a visa is a must for undertaking the Kailash Yatra. As per the latest rules, after verification of documents and necessary permits, Indian nationals must apply for a visa at the China embassy in Delhi. The authorities' laws keep changing; keep yourself updated on the same.
7) How can I go to Kailash Mansarovar from India?
There are various ways to get to Mt. Kailash and Lake Manasarovar for all visitors travelling from India. The first and most straightforward route is to fly to Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu and then follow the overland route to Kailash via Safrubeshi Besi, Kerong, Saga, Derapukh more.
8) Can we climb or touch Mount Kailash?
No! The mountain is sacred, and therefore, it's not allowed to climb to its summit. Moreover, it's not holy only for followers of one religion, but for sacred for Buddhists, Hindus, and the Bon religion followers.
9) Can we touch Mount Kailash?
No! Mount Kailash is regarded holy, and therefore, no one is allowed to touch it. All the trekking is done around it, and that's its beauty as the place is devoid of human existence.
10) Is Asthapad, and Inner Parikrama included in our Yatra?
No! the Kailash Yatra package doesn't include it. However, we can customize the package at an additional cost. All you have to do is speak to our Kailash expert and lay down your requirements.
11) Can Indians go to Mount Kailash?
Yes! The first step is to verify the documents. You will get the permits after applying for Group Visa at China Embassy in Delhi. After approval of group visa, Indians can go to Mount Kailash.
12) Is Kailash Mansarovar Yatra arduous?
Yes! But Kailash Yatra is not difficult but strenuous. One has to withstand freezing temperatures, high-altitude pressure, miles of walking, stay in camps and more. However, once you are in the vicinity of the supreme God, you get the strength to endure miles of walk on the crooked paths, harsh temperatures and cold nights. Lastly, you don't need to worry because our team on the trek is well-equipped with education degrees and experience to handle an emergency in a jiff.