Kailash - Mansoravar Tour

Kailash - Mansoravar Tour
  • Duration14 Days
  • Max. Altitude6,714m


Trip Grade:Strenuous (****)

Meals:Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner

Transportation:Private Vehicle


Activity:Spiritual - Pilgrimage tour

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Mt. Kailash, the name refers to Lord Shiva, taken as the sacred mountain. Hindu epic has mentioned this as the navel of the earth. This holy mountain is situated in the south west corner of Tibet at an elevation of 6714 m. This is the place regarded as the heaven, said to have been meditated by the supreme god, Shiva. Hindu believes that Mt. Kailash is the abode of Lord Shiva. There are other religions, which pay their great homage to Kailash interpreting in their own way. Hindu says, this is the domain of Shiva (Destroyer and Transformer), Buddhist believes, Kailash is the abode of Samvara (A multi-armed wrathful deity), Tibetan takes it as Khang Rinpoche or ‘precious jewel of the snow’, and Bonpo and Jains have illustrated Kailash differently.

Kailash is the great source of four great rivers which flow in four different directions. The Karnali falls into the Ganges (South), Yarlung Tsangpo (Brahmaputra, east), Sutlej (west), and Indus (north). The credit goes to these rivers for the ancient civilizations.

There are two Lakes on the lap of Mt. Kailash: Mansarovar and Mapham Tso (Victorious Lake).It is said that Lord Brahma, the creator of Hindu god, created Mansarovar in his sons’ request. So, the Hindus take holy baths get rid of the sins of hundred life time. Hindus and Buddhists make Kora (circumambulation) around the lake as pilgrimage.

This is the tour to attain the sheer spiritual energy. This tour can be organized in vivid way. The trek to Kailash- Mansarovar is for those religious aspirants who are endowed with the sense of adventure and having keen desire to unravel the mysteries of the unknown.

Trip Highlights

  • Scenic drive from Kathmandu to Kodari-Zhangmu-Nyalam
  • Explore lake Mansarovar
  • Drive to Chu Gompa
  • Circumambulation and 5-6 hors trek to Dirapuk
  • Domala Pass, 5630 m

Day to Day Itinerary

Day 01:Drive from Kathmandu (1350 m) to Nyalam (3750 m). O/N at Guest house

Day 02:Rest day at Nyalam for acclimatization. O/N at Guest house

Day 03:Drive from Nyalam to Saga (4,050 m). O/N at Camp

Day 04:Drive from Saga to Parayang (4,500 m). O/N at Camp

Day 05:Drive from Parayang to Mayamla Phedi, 5-6 hrs. O/N at Camp

Day 06:Drive from Mayumla Phedi – Mansarovar – Chu Gompa (4,560 m). O/N at Camp

Day 07:Drive from Chu Gompa – Darchen (4,600 m). O/N at Guest house

Day 08:Circumambulation Darchen to Dirapuk (4,890 m). O/N at Camp

Day 09:Circumambulation continues from Dirapuk to Zutulpuk. O/N at Camp

Day 10:Ends trek at Darchen-drive to Horchu. O/N at Camp

Day 11:Drive back from Horchu to Parayang. O/N at Camp

Day 12:Drive from Parayang to Saga. O/N at Camp

Day 13:Drive from Saga to Nyalam. O/N at Guest House

Day 14:Drive from Nyalam to Kathmandu. O/N at Hotel in Kathmandu

Cost Include

  • Twin Sharing tented camp and dormitory in the guest house
  • Full Board vegetarian meals through the tour
  • Transportation by 4WD Land Cruiser
  • All necessary equipment, food stuff, trekking equipment
  • Required number of staffs: Sherpa, Cook, Helper and the Leader
  • All sightseeing as per our itinerary
  • All Permit and Monastery entrance fees
  • English Speaking Tibetan Guide
  • Portable Oxygen cylinder in case of emergency
  • Kailash Permit
  • Yak and Yak men transporting the equipments

Cost Exclude

  • Personal Trekking gears
  • Personal Expenses like drinks, photography, medical insurance, emergency evacuation etc.
  • Nepal re-entry visa fee
  • Tips for the staff
  • Any cost not included in ‘Cost Includes’ section
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