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Mount- Kailash -Mansarovar- Overland Package Join 2024,2025

13 Days, Kathmandu-Kathmandu

Situated in the western portion of China’s Tibet Autonomous Region, Mount Kailash is a revered mountain. Perched at 6,638 meters (21,778 feet) above sea level, this site is regarded as one of the most important and venerated religious locations on the planet. Religiously and spiritually, the mountain is significant to many major religions, including Buddhism, Jainism, Bon, Hinduism, and Jainism.

According to Hinduism, Lord Shiva, one of the main gods of the Hindu pantheon, resides atop Mount Kailash. It is regarded as the axis mundi, or the connecting thread between heaven and earth, and the center of the universe in Hindu mythology. The difficult journey around the mountain, known as the Kailash Parikrama or Kora, is undertaken by pilgrims from all over the world in the hopes of achieving spiritual enlightenment and freedom.

Buddhism holds that Demchok, a god linked to happiness and enlightenment, resides atop Mount Kailash. Tibetan Buddhists hold that walking around the mountain bestows blessings and merits on one’s soul. The mountain holds great significance for adherents of Jainism, as it is linked to their inaugural Tirthankara, Rishabhdev.

Aside from its religious significance, Mount Kailash is renowned for its natural beauty and unique geographical features. It is part of the Transhimalayan range and is surrounded by several other peaks, including the pristine Lake Mansarovar. The mountain itself has a distinctive pyramid-like shape and is made up of black rock, which further adds to its mystique.

Due to its remote location and extreme altitude, reaching Mount Kailash requires careful planning and physical preparation. The pilgrimage season typically takes place during the summer months when the weather is milder, allowing for safer passage. However, despite the challenges, thousands of pilgrims and tourists visit Mount Kailash each year, drawn by its spiritual aura and breathtaking surroundings.

The cultural and religious significance of Mount Kailash, coupled with its awe-inspiring beauty, continue to make it a site of great fascination and reverence. It remains an enduring symbol of spiritual devotion and an inspiration for countless individuals seeking a deeper connection with the divine.

Day by Day Itinerary

Welcome to Tribhuvan International Airport. (Nepal Planet Treks): Our representative will greet you and drive you to the hotel overnight.



After breakfast, we go on a half-day sightseeing tour of Kathmandu. Visit Pashupatinath Temple and Budhanilakantha. Return to the hotel for lunch, then drive to Trisuli Bazaar, or we will stay in Kathmandu.

After breakfast, we drive via 4WD jeep through the black-topped road to the newly opened friendship bridge at the Nepal and Tibet Border in Rasuwagadhi, on the Kerung border of Nepal and China. We will reach the first village of Tibet, Kerung, in about 2 hours and overnight at a guest house..






After breakfast, this is the second day of Tibet. We will drive to the high hills on a comfortable black-topped road until we get to Saga Village. That path climbs up and down the passes of Thong La and La Lung before getting us comfortably to the village of the saga. Along the way, we will be able to see Lake Peikuto and the typical yak and sheep grazing techniques of the Tibetan peoples during the drive and overnight in Saga Village.



As our tour goes through the highest pass in the world at 5700 meters, we need a day to get acclimated to the high altitude of the region, which can help a lot to adapt our body to the thin air high altitude trip. We will spend all day on short hikes around Saga Village and overnight in Saga Village.




Early breakfast and get ready for the longest driving day. Late in the afternoon, you can have the first view of Holy Mt. Kailash and Lake Mansarovar. Hore, a small village, is situated near the Holy Mansarovar Lake. Holy Mansarovar (14950 ft/4558m), the highest lake of fresh water with a turquoise complexion in the world, is full of fish and swans. Holy Mt. Kailash, Mt. Gurula-Mandala, and Lake Rakshash lie in its surroundings. The region is considered rich in gold and other mines, hot springs, and hundreds of wild living creatures. The night will be spent at Chui Gompa. overnight Mansarover

Holy Mansarovar is the lake of compassion, tranquility, and bliss. After completing the memorable morning bath and puja, we will be heading for Holy Mansarovar Parikrama by Landcruiser with a packed lunch and continuing to drive towards Tarchen (Darchen). If time permits, we will visit Chui Gompa. Tarchen is considered a base camp for the Holy Kailash Parikrama. During the auspicious pilgrimage time, this place will be flooded with pilgrims. O/N Hotel Kailash





After breakfast, drive to Tarboche, the starting point of the Kailash Parikrama. Tarboche is also known as the outer “Asthapath.”. It is one of the most exciting days walking along the beautiful rocky cliffs; waterfalls with some clouds in the clear blue sky make you feel that the Great God Shiva is everywhere with tons of blessings for you. From time to time, the face of Kailash Parbat will keep appearing. It takes nearly 7 hours to complete a 7-kilometer trail. O/N Government Hotel Dirapuk




Today you will be climbing to Drolma-la (18600 ft) and then descending gradually to Zuthulpuk (4760m). Yamasthal should be crossed to reach Shivasthal while your steps go closer to the pass.

Today is the most difficult day of the trek. Once you reach the top, just do the holiest offering and sit down for meditation to forget in eternity. Once your steps go down, Parvati-stal and Gauri Kunda are on their way. By late afternoon, you will arrive in Zuthulpuk (the Cave of Miracles; the great ascetic Milerappa is supposed to have performed miracles here). overnight Zuthulpuk




The journey from Zuthulpuk to Tarchen (Darchen) covers a distance of approximately 10 kilometers and takes around 4 to 5 hours to complete. From Tarchen, the route continues to Mansarovar and finally to Dongba, which marks the end of the Kailash Parikrama. Overnight accommodation is available at a hotel in Dongba, providing a comfortable resting place for travelers after completing the challenging Kailash Parikrama.


Dangbo is a town in Benin, while Kerung Village is located in Nepal. The two places are geographically distant and have different cultural backgrounds. Traveling from Dangbo to Kerung Village would require extensive transportation arrangements, including flights and land travel, spanning thousands of kilometers. overnight in Kerung Village.

The drive from Kerung village to Kathmandu offers breathtaking views of the Himalayas. As you navigate through winding mountain roads, you’ll pass by lush valleys, cascading waterfalls, and charming villages. Enjoy the journey as you make your way to the vibrant capital city of Nepal, Kathmandu.overnight Kathmandu

Leaving Nepal, the land of the majestic Himalayas, was bittersweet. The vibrant culture, warm people, and breathtaking landscapes left an indelible mark on you, and we drove you to the airport within 3 hours according to your flight schedule. hours  and you are flying home,

What's Included?

Service includes

  • 3 night’s accommodation in Kathmandu in a 3/4-star standard hotel twin sharing room with meals.
  • Guided tour in Kathmandu.
  • 09 night’s accommodations in Tibet on a group sharing basis using a guesthouse/camp.
  • Freshly cooked vegetarian meals 3 times a day.
  • The supporting crew includes our own cooks.
  • Permits for Manasarovar and Kailash Kora (round).
  • Tibet Tourism Board (TTB)-approved guide.
  • Transportation by 4500 Land cruisers (4 people each)—Tibetan part & non-AC buses—Nepal side
  • Kailash Permit, Tibet (Chinese) visa fee
  • All equipment for camping
  • Tents, mattress, dining tents, kitchen tents, kitchen utensils, etc
  • Sleeping bag or down jacket on a returnable basis.
  • Duffle bag (big bag for keeping personal clothes and equipment)
  • Experienced tour leader / coordinator with each group
  • Enough oxygen cylinders for the entire tour.
  • Yaks and Yak-men to carry baggage, food, fuel, etc while making a round of Mt. Kailash

Service excludes

  • Yak/Pony Charges ((will cost approximately US$280–US$325 per yak/pony and driver for three days, irrespective of the number of days or hours used).
  • Personal expenses like shopping, phone calls, extra drinks, laundry, etc.
  • Any additional expenses caused by reasons beyond our control, such as natural calamities, flight delays, rescheduling or cancellations, accidents, etc.
  • Tips for drivers, hotel staff.
  • The extra cost of transportation, porterage, etc. involved landslides and snowfall.
  • Trip cancellation charge due to Tibet government rules and others that are not in our hands.
  • Services other than those specified. Extra days stay at Kathmandu / any other place.
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