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Simikot - Kailash - Manasarover - Simikot Tour

 

Simikot - Kailash - Manasarover, Mt. Kailash is a mysterious mountain for travelers. But for Buddhist, Hindus and Bonpo faithful it is the abode of God Shiva; it is their sacred land. Kailash peak and Manasarover Lake are situated at 4500 meter above sea level; it is at the highest elevation on the Tibetan plateau. It is the source of holy rivers of south Asia like Indus, Sutlej, Brahamaputra and Karnali. Despite it’s barren and dry features the lake and the mountain has magnetic influence to devotees and visitors alike.

 

The journey starts from Simikot, travel to Yari, cross a high pass at Nara La and descend to Humla Karnali River to reach the border village of Hilsa and Khojarnath. Drive to the region’s trading center at Taklakot (Purang). Green and wet monsoon weather changes to dry, cold and sunshine at the plateau. The sky there is deep blue with scattered cloud.
From Taklakot drive to Manasarover Lake and onward to Darchen. Walk around Mt. Kailash and drive back to the border for the return trek to Nepal.

 

 

 Details Itinerary


Day 01   Arrive Kathmandu. Transfer to Hotel. Overnight at Hotel.
Day 02   After breakfast Briefing about your tour to Mt. Kailash/Manasarover and sight seeing tour of
Pashupatinath, Bouddhanath. Lunch at hotel and afternoon clothing inspection. Overnight at Hotel.
Day 03   Fly Kathmandu/Nepalgunj on the southern border of Nepal. O/n at Hotel
Day 04   Fly to Simikot (2910m). Trek to Dharapuri (2,270m). O/n camp.
Day 05   Trek to Kermi (2,690m). O/n camp.
Day 06   Trek to Yangar (2,990m) . O/n camp.
Day 07   Trek to Torea (3,380m). O/n camp.
Day 08   Trek to Tharedunga (4,100m). O/n camp.
Day 09   Trek to Sipsip (4,300m). O/n camp.
Day 10   Trek to Hilsa (Nepal Border & Sher (Tibet Border) Drive to Purang (3,800m)
Day 11   Drive to Lake Manasarovar. O/n camp.
Day 12   Drive to Darchen (4,620m). O/n camp.
Day 13- 14 Trek to Driraphuk and Zutulphuk crossing Dromala Pass. O/n camp.
Day 15   Walk back to Darchen and drive to Lake Mansarovar. O/n camp.
Day 16   Drive to Sher & trek to Hilsa. O/n camp.
Day 17   We pass through the villages of Torea, Salle Khola & Dharapuri on our way to Simikot.
Day 18   We pass through the villages of Torea, Salle Khola & Dharapuri on our way to Simikot.
Day 19   Trek to Simikot . O/n camp
Day 20   Fly to Nepalgunj and then on to Kathmandu.
Day 21   Final Departure.

 

Cost Includes:-
- Necessary airport transfer and drive in Nepal as per above itinerary
- 3 night accommodation in Deluxe hotel with BB plan in Kathmandu - Transfer in Tibet (Kailash) by land cruiser with a support truck
- Domestic airfare as per itinerary
- Sherpa team with all camping equipments like Two-men tents, dining tent, kitchen tents toilet tent, - mattresses, sleeping bag, tables & stools, complete kitchen equipments & food supplies
- Daily fresh cooked meal ( Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner) during the trip.
- Porters/Yaks during Parikrama to carry luggage and equipments only
- Simikot and Kailash permits, entrance fees in the monasteries, all sightseeing as per program
- A local English speaking Tibetan guide for Kailash Yatra
- Oxygen bottles or Gamow Bag

 

Cost Excludes:-
- China/Tibet visa fees
- Photographic charges in the monasteries
- Nepal re-entry visa (except for Indian Passport holders)
- Tipping to drivers/Sherpas/guides
- Sleeping bags (can be hired in KTM)
- Water bottles
- Medical kit
- Rescue operation & insurance in any form
- Personal expenses such as bar bills, telephone calls, laundry etc.
- Any costs arise or shortened itinerary due to landslides, political disturbance and strikes etc
- Any other costs, whatsoever, that is not mentioned in the cost include.