kailash Mansarowar tour package Gorakhpur

Mount Kailash a holy mountain peak (6714m) situated in Tibet is known as the dwelling place of lord Shiva with his wife Parbati, daughter of Himalaya Parbat (hill). According to Hindus myth this peak is known as the Kailas Parbat. For Hindus this place is their ultimate destination of pilgrimage, so they believe that by revolving the base surrounding of this peak they will salvation after death and purification of the sins they have committed throughout the life. It carries not only the spiritual embodiment for Hindu but keeps great value to Buddhists and Jains also. Jains take this peak as such place where their first seer or prophet had got transcended of his knowledge and Buddhist who are follower of ancient sect Bon religion take this place as the symbol of enlightenment so they also make circumambulation of this place. As it is an abode of lord Shiva, many of the Hindu devotees visit this place for their spiritual satisfaction. This place is equally attractive for those who are fond of natural scenery and landscapes, especially of the mountain peaks and snowy lakes. On the lap of Kailash Parbat there are two lakes Mansarover and Rakshas Tal which are symbol of God and evil as well as divine and satanic force respectively. Mansarover is regarded as the manifestation of Lord Brahma which represent he omnipotence of mind of Brahma. Hindu believe that by taking bath in this lake one will transcends her or his life towards heaven to reach the Brahma's paradise. Similarly the Rakshas Tal represents the sense of evil force this provides the sense of contradictory forces as mentioned in Hindu mythical epics. This place is equally important for natural lover and culture explorer. We offer various itineraries according to your interest and leisure of time. So let us know about interest and requirements..



Day 01

Arrival at Kathmandu Airport. Welcome by our office representative and transfer to the hotel. Briefing about Kailash Yatra in the evening. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 02

Visit Pashupatinath Temple & Budhanilakantha (Sleeping Vishnu) in the morning. After lunch, final preparation for the Yatra. Overnight at Hotel.

Day 03

Kathmandu-Nyalam (3700 m.) After breakfast, drive to Kodari (Nepal-China border) which is about 05 hrs by drive. After completing custom formalities, check into Tibet. Drive to Nyalam(30km/03hrs drive). Overnight in Nyalam.

Day 04

Nyalam- Free day for acclimatization.Overnight at Guest House.

Day 05

Nyalam-Sanga-Dongba- After breakfast drive to Dongba (4500m/480km) which takes about 07 hours. Overnight at Guest House.

Day 06

Dongba-Mansarovar - After breakfast drive to Chui Gomba/Mansarovar (4560m/380km.) which takes about 06 hours. You can take holy bath on the way in Mansarovar. Overnight at Guest House.

Day 07

Mansarovar to Darchen (4620m/110km) – You can take a holy bath & perform Puja. After lunch drive to Darchen (approx 2 hours). Overnight at Guest House.

Day 08

Darchen to Diraphuk (4860m/06-07 hrs.) – We will drive about 10 km to Tarboche. This is the first day of Kailash Parikrama (Kora). Yaks will carry all our goods and equipment. Overnight at Guest House.

Day 09

Diraphuk to Zuthulphuk (4790m.) Cross the Dolma-La Pass which is about 5630 meters above sea level. Due to unpredictable weather, it is important to start as early as possible. We can see Gaurikund Lake on the way. Overnight there.

Day 10

Zuthulphuk -Mansarovar-Dongba: We will trek down to Darchen and start our way back to Kathmandu following the same route.

Day 11

Dongba-Nyalam -Drive back to Nyalam.Overnight.

Day 12

Nyalam to Kathmandu -After completing custom formalities drive to Kathmandu about 06 hours. Overnight in Kathmandu.

Day 13

Last day of the tour, transfer to the Airport to connect to your flight for onward Journey.


Important Notes

Minimum 6 month valid passport & 2 copies of PP size photograph. A normal health certificate from your personal doctors & travel insurance coverage for medicine, evacuation, loss of belongings and trip cancellation are strongly recommended.

Bring with you:
Strong water bottle, Sun Glasses, Sun Cream, Torch Light with extra batteries and bulbs, Mask, Paper Soap, chocolates,  dry food, Glucose, Your own regular medicine etc.

Casual wears & comfortable trekking shoes, warm clothing for nights & mornings (strictly no saree), Raincoats, Thermal innerwear, warm trousers and shirts, woolen gloves, Balaclava, Sun Hat, Woolen socks, scarves.

Important Note: Every effort will be made to keep to the above itinerary but please keep in mind this is adventure travel in a remote mountain region. Weather conditions, availability of porters and the health of travellers can all contribute to changes. The guides and the Sherpa assistants will try to ensure that the trip runs according to plan, but please be prepared to be flexible if necessary.