|size:||2 to 12 people||Highest Alt:||6,638 meters|
|Duration:||13 Days / 12 Nights||Grade:||Strenuous|
|Arrival on:||Kathmandu, Nepal||Departure from:||Kathmandu, Nepal|
|Type of trek:||Tea house & Camping|
|Best season:||May to August|
2550/- USD per person.
Mt. Kailash (22028 Feet), considered to be a physical embodiment of the mythical Mt. Meru, is believed to be the most sacred mountain in the world. Its snow dusted rock pyramid is located in the scenically rich area of western Tibet, which lies between the Himalayas and Karakurum ranges. From its peak, one can enjoy the views of Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, and Nepal. It is considered most auspicious to make a religious pilgrimage around its fifty-three kilometers circuit.
In fact, the entire region of Mt. Kailash is one of important religious significance and includes the two turquoise-blue, pristine high-altitude lakes of Mansarovar and Rakshesa. Mt. Kailash is regarded holy by followers of several religions. To Hindus, Kailash is the abode of Shiva and nearby Manasarobar Lake, the soul of Brahma. Tibetans call Kailash Kang Rimpoche. Jains worship it as Mt Ashtapada, the peak from which the religion’s founder, Rishabanatha, achieved spiritual liberation. And the followers of Bon-Po, the ancient pre-Buddhist shamanistic religion of Tibet, revere Kailash as the soul of Tibet.
Another uniqueness contributing to the mystical aspects of Kailash is that four most sacred rivers of the Indian sub-continent begin from here – Sutlej, Karnili (a major tributary of the Ganges), Brahmaputra and Indus. The end of these rivers are more than 2,000 kilometres apart, yet they all have their source within hundred kilometres of Mt. Kailash. Nature lovers can encounter numerous unusual species of birds, wildlife, and flora here. This holy region is known as navel (center) of the universe, attracting scholars and researchers from all over the world. Mt. Kailash (also known as the ‘Sumeru Parbat’ in Hindu epics) provides a spiritually enriching, naturally unique and a truly rewarding journey of a life-time!
Kailas Manasovar Trek
Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu
Day 02: Permit arrangement and shopping
Day 03: Drive to Kerung (newly opened borderline)
Day 04: Acclimatization at Kerung
Day 05: Drive Kerung to Saga
Day 06: Drive Saga to Manasovar lake
Day 07: Puja at Manasovar and drive to Darchen
You can trek to Asthapad for closer view of Mt Kailas. There is no any transportation but you can hire horse.
Day 08: Darchen to Darefu
It almost 1 hrs drive from Darchen and then trek afterward till Darefu
Day 09: Darefu to Jutulfuk passing over Dolma la pass
Day 10: Jutulfuk to Donkpak
It’s almost 2hrs trek from Jutulfuk and then drive afterwards till Donkpak
Day 11: Drive from Donkpak to Saga
Day 12: Drive from Saga to Kerung
Day 13: Drive to Kathmandu
Day 14: Flight back to your own country
1. Itinerary is flexible. We can prepare as per clients wish