Mandatory things


The following list is suggested to pack for Kailash Mansarovar Tour.
Please use this list as a guideline.
Adjustments to the list can be done according to your needs and




o Passport valid for at least 6 months
o Medical report certified by doctors
o Scan Passport Xerox copy should be reached in address mentioned in
mail, Kathmandu prior 30 Days.
o Original passport should be reached 7 days prior to the Yatra at Delhi
Office for Indian passport holder and Kathmandu Office for Foreign
passport holder.



o Thermal trousers
o Under Garments
o Lightweight cotton long loose fitting pants
o T-shirts
o Light and weight thermal tops
o Fleece jacket or pullover
o Down jacket- we provide
o Lightweight gloves wool or fleeced
o Thick, warm wool hiking socks
o Hiking shoes with spare laces
o Running shoes or sandals with back strap for evening

o Trekking pole
o Woolen monkey cap/balaclava that cover the ear, hand gloves +
synthetic waterproof glove, head-scarf or muffler



o Daypack Bag which we provide
o Torch or headlamp with spare bulbs and batteries
o Basic First Aid Kit for your personal
o Backpack (Rucksack) (60 ltr -70ltr) with comfortable shoulder straps,
supporting frame and backpack Rain cover, Raincoat
o Cold cream and sunscreen lotion (SPF 40+)
o Pairs each of sports socks and woolen socks
o Thermo Water Bottle, Water Purifying Tablets, and Hot water bag
o Prescription drugs if you may be taking daily
o Trekking Poles/ sticks
o Refillable water bottle - Min 1 Litre
o Swim wear for bath at Mansarovar (if you need)
o Sun hat
o Sunglasses with UV protection + retainer (thread / chain)

Personal Hygiene / Toiletry


o Toilet Kit (Toilet Paper) & Quick-Dry Towels
o Sun Glasses it should be U/V Protected
o Light weight towel
o Tissue /toilet roll
o Wet wipes / Body wipes
o Anti bacterial hands wash
o Tooth brush/paste (preferably biodegradable)
o Soap (preferably biodegradable)
o Deodorants
o Foot powder / cream \
o Multi Nail clippers / Swiss army knife
o Face and body moisturizer
o Sunscreen and lip balm
o Small hand mirror
o Wide tooth comb / brush (especially for women)
o Dry fruits
o Toilet Kit (Toilet Paper) & Quick-Dry Towels

o Reading/writing material


o Camera & Binoculars

o Protein bars, chocolate, dried fruits, candies, snack, readymade foods
o Umbrella or Rain Suits
o Pooja Samagri according to your tradition


Cancellation Policy

  • We have to pay the China Govt. So, the condition of cancellation
    policy is completely different.
  • If cancellations are made 50 days before the start date of the trip,
    25% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
  • If cancellations are made within 0-50 days before the start date
    of the trip, 100% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation

Attention Point :


Here we would like to inform you certain details regarding our travel.

  • Treat the mountains with respect & don’t show your heroism
  • Walk in rhythmic pace, it will save you from early tiredness &
  • Drink a lot of water during trekking. Liquid diet will always help
    you. Keep 3-4 packets of electrol to be used during Parikrima.
  • Apply sun cream on exposed body parts, especially during
  • Mansarovar Lake water is usually very cold & if your body doesn’t
    allow, then don’t go far bath there. Sprinkling Mansarovar Lake
    water on body is believed equally to bath.
  • Trek in small groups. Trekking alone may result in risk.
  • All must follow the instructions of bus leader or leader of the
    groupe in all circumstances.
  • Make sure to take proper meals throughout journey. Liquid diet will
    give you strength.
  • Don’t carry heavy bag pack during Parikrima
  • If you aren’t able to walk , It’s better “ Not to Go “ . Come back is
    possible with 200 Yen or more paying but it’s not guaranteed and
    depends of the availabilities of cars for Darchan Drop

The Chinese authorities closely control all activities and travel within
Tibet by mountaineers from foreign countries. We are assigned a bus
leader / interpreter and a driver and they are with us the entire time. Our itinerary and movements are closely controlled. At every town there are
police / military blockades where we must show passport, visa, and other
documents. As for climbing, all climbing in Chinese-controlled Tibet is by
permit only and if the CMA / CTMA (China Tibet Mountaineering
Association) will not issue you a permit for a particular peak, we cannot
climb it. If no permits are available for Mt Kailash, no-one is going to
climb it, because to mount an illegal climb of a peak like this would be
very difficult. There are too many pilgrims and permitted tourist / trekker
activities in the vicinity for a climbing team to go undetected.


  • Travel with llight back pack
  • Luggage will come by truck to the main hotel
  • They provide the big pack in Nepal
  • One Hand Bag and One Luggage bag are with us.

Rooms / Accommodation


How many days : Rooms and Tent
Accommodation facilities we shall try to provide good and clean rooms in
hotels. There is no star category for the hotels. So rooms are medium
good. We shall try to provide good rooms based on the availability. We
cannot guarantee. And this is not a pleasure trip. So if any
inconvenience, you may have to adjust with this trip. In some hotels, you
may not get any lift. So you have to walk in stairs /floors. May be till 3 or
4 floors.So please carry small baggage for the travel. If you bring big
trolleys, its difficult for you when you check in and check out the hotel.
Because many places, they don’t have anybody to serve us in hotel and
some of the hotel have no lift facilities. So please come with medium
2 persons – 1 room.
In Manasarover, the accommodation will be 4 or 5 sharing in a medium
large room or in a high quality tent. During the parikraman, we provide
the Guest House / Tent, depends on the availability.
People who are not coming for the parikraman, let them remain in
Manasarover, where we shall provide the accommodation and food.
Everyday you may remain there and take Holy dip in the sacred lake

No A/c rooms.



The Price of the tour: 2250 Euro. Including all Taxes.


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A Spiritual Journey to the abode of the Supreme


Mount Kailash, Secrets and Entrance to the city of the Supreme self or Gods. Mt. Kailash is considered as the living place of the Lord Shiva.Ancient secrets of the mount Kailash remain embedded in the heart of Himalayas and this mysterious place will continue to fascinate people for a very long time. There is no doubt this is a place of great spiritual significance. Mount Kailash is 6714 meters and the holy Lake Manasarovar are located in the Himalayas in Tibet, China. This yatra is really physically challenging due to high altitude Himalayan terrain,so Dharmayanam Tours & Travels always concern an exclusive yatra to make it comfortable for the life time memories journey for all of of us.

History of Kailash


Every great thing has an even greater history behind it, whether it’s a historical Human being or a historical monument.A great mass of black rock soaring to over 22,000 feet, Mt. Kailash has the unique distinction of being the world's most venerated holy place at the same time that it is the least visited. The supremely sacred site of four religions and billions of people, Kailash is seen by no more than a few thousand pilgrims each year. This curious fact is explained by the mountain's remote location in far western Tibet. No planes, trains or buses journey anywhere near the region and even with rugged over land vehicles the journey still requires weeks of difficult, often dangerous travel. The weather, always cold, can be unexpectedly treacherous and pilgrims must carry all the supplies they will need for the entire journey.

How long have people been coming to this sacred mountain? The answers are lost in antiquity, before the dawn of Hinduism, Jainism or Buddhism. The cosmologies and origin myths of each of these religions speak of Kailash as the mythical Mt. Meru, the Axis Mundi,the center and birth place of the entire world. The mountain was already legendary before the great Hindu epics, the Ramayana and the Mahabharata, were written. Indeed, Kailash is so deeply embedded in the myths of ancient Asia that it was perhaps a sacred place of another era, another civilization, now long gone and forgotten.

Hindus believe Mt.Kailash to be the abode of Lord Shiva. Like many of the Hindu gods, Shiva is a character of apparent contradictions. He at once the Lord of Yoga and therefore the ultimate renunciate ascetic,yet he is also the divine master of Tantra, the esoteric science that the most perfect path to spiritual enlightenment. According to legend,immortal Shiva lives atop Kailash where he spends his time practicing yogic austerities, making joyous love with his divine consort, Parvati,and smoking ganja, the sacred herb known in the west as marijuana,Hindus do not interpret Shiva's behaviors as contradictory however,but rather see in him a deity who has wisely integrated the extremes of human nature and thus transcended attachment to any particular, and limited, way of being. For a Hindu, to make the arduous pilgrimage to Kailash and have the darshan (divine view) of Shiva's abode is to attain release from the clutches of ignorance and delusion.This prestigious mountain has a chain of histories related to it in 4 different religions. All the four religions which are Hinduism, Buddhism,Jainism and Bon religion have momentous stories related to the pristine Mount Kailash.

The Jains call the mountain Astapada and believe it to be the place where Rishaba, the first of the twenty-four Tirthankaras attained liberation. Followers of Bon, Tibet's pre-Buddhist, shamanistic religion,call the mountain Tise and believe it to be the seat of the Sky Goddess Sipaimen. Additionally, Bon myths regard Tise as the sight of a legendary 12th century battle of sorcery between the Buddhist sage Milarepa and the Bon shaman Naro Bon-chung. Milarepa's defeat of the shaman displaced Bon as the primary religion of Tibet, firmly establishing Buddhism in its place. While the Buddha is believed to have magically visited Kailash in the 5th century BC, the religion of Buddhism only entered Tibet, via Nepal and India, in the 7th century AD. Tibetan Buddhists call the mountain Kang Rimpoche, the 'Precious One of Glacial Snow', and regard it as the dwelling place of Demchog (also known as Chakrasamvara) and his consort, DorjePhagmo. Three hills rising near Kang Rimpoche are believed to be the homes of the the Bodhisatvas Manjushri, Vajrapani, and Avalokiteshvara.

In the Hindu mythology, Mount Kailash has tremendous significance,importance and acknowledgement, whether it is the Purans or the Vedas. Kailash Mansarovar is considered to be the home of Lord Shiva and goddess Parvati along with Devtas, Ganas, Yakshas, Yogis,Siddha Purushas and Gandharvas. It is said that Shiva the lord of destruction and regeneration sits at the peak of the mountain and meditates there. According to Skanda Purana, Supreme Hindu text,Kailash Mansarovar is Supreme Mountain where Lord Shiva resides

and thus the name Kailash Mansarovar came into being. Kailash means the mountain where God Shiva lives and Mansarovar is the holy lake where lord Shiva and Indra swam as Swans.According to the Hindu Mythology, the lake Mansarovar was first created by Lord Brahma in his mind, after which it was materialized on Earth. Thus in Sanskrit it is known as ‘Manasarovar’ which is the combination of words ‘Manasa Sarovaram’ which means ‘mind’ and ‘lake’. The lake is also known for its summer abode for Hamsa or swan. These birds are considered as sacred in the Hindu Dharma and an important element in the symbology of the subcontinent,representing wisdom and beauty. Another story from Hindu mythology describes the origination of the lake Mansarovar in a completely different manner. According to the scriptures, the hand of Sati fell at the foot of the great mountain creating the pristine Mansarovar Lake.And thus it is considered as the one of the 51 Shakitpeethas of Sati.During summer when the snow melts, it generates a sound of a kind.People believe that it is the sound of the drum carried by lord Shiva.Also it is said that the Neelkamal or the blue waterlily blooms and ooks only in the direction of Mount Kailash during this time.The lake Mansarovar is personified as the purest of pure, if one drink its water it is said that he gets cleansed of his sins committed over a hundred lifetimes and he go to the abode of Lord Shiva itself. It is also said that during the time of 3 to 5 in the morning Lord Brahma and the devas descends on the lake to bathe and thus the hour is considered as spiritual and known as Brahma Muhurta, Brahma’s auspicious time.The Majestic Parvat Kailash is not just known for its peculiar shape or hugeness, but it is symbolized as the spiritual center of the Earth. As found in one of the descriptions in the Puranas, Mount Kailash is the center of the world and its four faces are made of crystal, ruby, gold,and lapis lazuli. It is termed as the pillar of the world with a height of 84,000 leagues and is located at the heart of six mountain ranges symbolizing a lotus. It also believed that the four rivers flowing from Kailash which are the Sutlej, Brahmaputra, Karnali and Indus divides the world into four parts. Also the rock-cut temple Ellora in Maharashtra is named after Kailash and many of its sculptures depicts the stories of Shiva and Parvati, including the incident when Ravana tried to shake the great Kailash.As it was the home of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati, the mountain expounds the philosophy of Purusha and Prakriti that is Shiva and Shakti. The radiant Silvery summit is the throne of Truth, Wisdom and Bliss-Sachidanandam. The primeval sound ‘Aum’ by which a person connects to Lord Shiva the most, is formed by the tinkling anklets of

Lalita Prakriti or Adi Para Shakti. The mantra Aum formed by Adishakti created the visible patterns of the universe and the Vibrations from the feet of Shiva weaved the essence of Atman - the ultimate truth, in this universe. The spreading resonance and limitless patterns constitute the grosser forms of all matters to accurate scale.This is the cosmic dance visualized in millions of forms by the devotees. The silvery mount is the apex where the sound and the lights merge and the true Yogi transcends both these and merges into Aum. Mind is the knot which ties consciousness and matter together but all these factors are set free here at the Parvat. This is the heart of Indian Philosophy, religion and civilization and the grand Kailash Manasarovar reflects the total Shaivam consciousness.

Pilgrims to Kailash, after the difficult journey getting there, are then confronted with the equally arduous task of circumambulating the sacred peak. This walking around the mountain (clockwise for the Buddhists, counter-clockwise for Bon adherents) is known as a Kora,or Parikrama, and normally takes three days. In hopes of gaining extra merit or psychic powers however, some pilgrims will vary the tempo of their movement. A hardy few, practicing a secret breathing technique known as Lung-gom, will power themselves around the mountain in only one day. Others will take two to three weeks for the Kora by making full body prostrations the entire way. It is believed that a pilgrim who completes 108 journeys around the mountain is assured enlightenment. Most pilgrims to Kailash will also take a short plunge in the nearby, highly sacred (and very cold) Lake Manosaravar. The word 'manas' means mind or consciousness; the name Manosaravar means Lake of Consciousness and Enlightenment. Adjacent to Manosaravar is Rakas Tal or Rakshas, the Lake of Demons. Pilgrimage to this great sacred mountain and these two magical lakes is a life changing experience and an opportunity to view some of the most magical scenery on the entire planet.

Before preparation

Although it is little known in the western world, Mount Kailash is one of the most sacred spots on earth, and is a holy pilgrimage site for people of the Hindu, Buddhist, Jain and Bon faiths. Pilgrims and tourists alike perform a seriously challenging Parikraman –a walk circling a sacred site – around the base of Mount Kailash. This is no walk in the park – the Kailash Parikraman is a 32 mile (52 km) trek that starts at 15,000ft (4600m) and includes an 18,372ft (5600m) pass! Mount Kailash is highly revered for the being the abode of Lord Shiva. Every year, hundreds of devotees embark on the treacherous journey to this peak for seeking the blessings of the Lord and take a dip in the holy Mansarovar Lake. Spanning in the duration of 12 days, Kailash Mansarovar Yatra 2019 (by luxury coach from Kerung). The Yatra starts in the end of April and continues till September when pilgrims trek in batches to reach their Lord’s abode. This is an all-inclusive tour that is going to take care of all your requirements from your arrival in Kathmandu till your departure, along with sightseeing, stay and food.




We have to care of our health now itself as a matter of preparation. Take good care of the body. Do exercises and if you have any health disorders or diseases, please take tablets along with you from a prescribed Doctor during the travel. If you have any leg pains or walking problems, better you stay in the Manasarovar. Not to walk in the mountains. You may carry nuts, dry fruits along with you. We shall provide you the food in time. Take care of your things (Money, passport and your bags and valuable things), don’t keep anywhere or misplaced or forget in the hotel rooms or in the bureau. All information’s regarding the travel and any changes during the travel, you may get updated by your leader in your bus. You may just follow the instructions of your leaders in each bus.

Trip Highlights

  • Pashupatinath temple Kathmandu
  • Budhanilkantha Temple
  • Sunrise / Sunset and Himalayan view in NAGARKOT
  • A dip into the holy waters of Mansarovar Lake
  • Circumambulation of Mt. Kailash Here are the 10 important spiritual facts about Mt. Kailash
  • The Kailash parikrama or the sacred circumambulation Hindus pay reverence to Mount Kailash as a throne of Lord Shiva, the great Tirtha and the ultimate pilgrimage site on earth. It is considered most auspicious to make a religious pilgrimage around its fifty-three kilometers circuit which is also known as Kailash Parikrama.
  • A place for finding the ultimate nirvana Jains refer to Mount Kailash as Mt. Asthapada and believe that their religious founder, Rishavdev, attained Nirvana – The Ultimate Happiness there.
  • The Buddhist connection Buddhists have named Mount Kailash Garu Rimpoche, meaning “precious jewel of snow” and a gigantic mandala. According to the legend it is the abode of Chakra Samvara and Guru Rinpoche – Padma Sambhava, who brought Buddhism to Tibet and beyond.
  • Dwelling of the wise one In Tibetan Buddhism it is believed that Mt Kailash is the dwelling place of Chakra Samvara Demchog (the Wheel of Bliss) and his consort, Dorje Phagmo. It is also venerated as the abode of one of the great Tibetan yogi – Milarepa.
  • Kora: circumambulation for the pursuit of spirituality Buddhist pilgrims perambulate clockwise around the mountain and it is called Kailash Kora. Kailash Kora has the greatest spiritual significance for the Buddhists.
  • The amazing beliefs In Tibet’s pre-Buddhist, Shamanic Bon religion, Mt Kailash is abode of Sky Goddess Sipaimen, and is in the form of a giant Mandala that is the central point of all Tantra Rituals and Forces. The founder of Bon Religion, Tonpa Shenrab Miwoche is believed to live on Mt Kailash, which is considered as nine- story Swastika Mountain, and the axis mundi – the central pillar of the world. The Bonpo Pilgrims walk counter-clockwise around the Mt Kailash.
  • The sacred lakes that adds to the charm In fact, the entire region of Mt. Kailash has religious significance. The region also includes the two turquoise-blue, pristine high-altitude lakes of Mansarovar and Rakshesa.
  • Source of the four major rivers Another uniqueness contributing to the mystical and spiritual aspects of Kailash is that four most sacred rivers of the Indian sub-continent begin from here – Sutlej, Karnili, Brahmaputra and Indus. The end of these rivers is more than 2,000 kilometers apart, yet they all have their source within hundred kilometers of Mt. Kailash
  • Naturally rewarding journey of a lifetime Mt. Kailash, the holy region, is known as navel 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.
  • Of legends, myths and ancient traditions Every object in this area is sacred and related to many of the legends and mythical stories from ancient scriptures and oral traditions. Mount Kailash so magical, so majestic, so serene, and so tranquil makes her existence timelessly sprinkling the aura of spirituality throughout the Himalayan region.

Cost Includes:

  • For foreigners : Inclusion : Kathmandu - Mount Kailash - Kathmandu , all expences included.
  • Indans : Cochin - Kathmandu- Mount Kailash -Kathamandu - Cochin Ticket included.
  • 04 nights hotel accommodation in Kathmandu on twin share basis with
    all vegetarian meals.
  • 01 night hotel accommodation in Nagarkot on twin share basis with all
    vegetarian meals.
  • 11 nights accommodation in Tibet using Hotel / Lodge / Guesthouses
    on sharing basis with all vegetarian meals.
  • All vegetarian meal during Kailash Yatra (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner).
  • All the necessary transfer in Nepal and Tibet side by AC Deluxe Bus.
  • Tibet Visa & Permit Fee Normal.
  • All necessary travel and trekking permit as per our itinerary.
  • Services of an English speaking guide in Tibet.
  • Services of Sherpa / Helpers staffs for the entire Kailash Yatra.
  • All equipment including, Single and Double bags and oxygen cylinders,
    each vehicle oxygen pillow.
  • Tea, coffee, milk every morning on Tibet side.
  • High altitude medicine.
  • One Emergency Jeep.
  • Two bottle of mineral water per person per day ( one bottle is half liter)
  • Returnable Down Jacket
  • GST (18%)

Cost Excludes:

  • For foreigners : Excluded : Home - Kathamandu - Home .
  • Airfares from Home - Kathmandu – Home.
  • All beverages, Photography charges and Telephone calls.
  • Travel Insurance of clients.
  • Any extra night cost occurred in hotels or guest house due to no flight
    operation because of bad weather condition, strikes, natural calamities
    or any other unforeseeable reasons which are beyond our control
  • Yak/porters for personal use.
  • Rescue, evacuation charge or any travel insurance.
  • Extra cost because of separation from the main group or any kind of
    serious health conditions.
  • Any other services which are not mentioned in above inclusion section.
  • Emergency evacuation expenses.
  • Riding Yak/Horse for Kailash Parikrama. (direct payable to Yak/horse
  • Extra cost in the event of landslide for hiring additional transportation.
  • Expenses of personal urgent visa fee etc & Services other than

Day 1:

ARRIVE IN KATHMANDU (Twin Sharing : Accommodation) Evening, tour briefing at the Hotel. Overnight stay in Kathmandu Hotel.

Day 2:



Boudhanath Stupa : The Boudhanath stupa is known to be the holiest temple grounds in Kathmandu. Over the years,the temple has remained active after it was declared a UNESCO world heritage in 1979.The temple is also known as Boudha Chorten Chempo. It has a diameter of 120 meters. Therefore, it is the largest temple and sacred ground in Nepal. Boudhanath stupa is built to take an octagonal shape. It is also fitted with prayer wheels which surround it. Also, from the interior, the temple is decorated with hanging cloths which are in a wide variety of colors.

The Boudhanath stupa temple is decorated with fire, colors, and water. Also, there are several Boudha monasteries, priests, and servants who live in the temple. Therefore, the temple remains a holy ground and the utmost center for Buddhism religion. Here are some reasons why you should find it interesting to visit this temple:

The Center for Buddhist Community : Boudhanath stupa hosts different religious ceremonies for the Nepal and Tibet people. Also, people from India and China visits the temple for Buddhism religious practices. It has over 50 monasteries and servants living there. It also has Tebetan artifacts shops which have different items such as clothing, beads, bangles, and others meant for Buddhist religious purposes. Visiting the temple will let you experience the religion. For those belonging to or willing to join Buddhism, the temple gives them a chance.

By visiting the temple, you will be enlightened about the unity of the Nepal and Tibetan people and about the peace existing in the region. Different ceremonies done in the temple involve all the people in the temple. Also, some activities involve the whole city of Kathmandu. Boudhanath temple is decorated with water, fire, colors, and the uniformity of the monks and servants. This acts as a symbol for the religion. The symbolism may not be available in other places away from Nepal. Thus, this is why many people visit the temple for the real experience.

Seeking Monks Blessings :  As a religion, Buddhism is associated with prayers and holiness. There are beliefs of luck, miracles, and healing associated with Buddhism. Also, the religion is known for unifying people and bringing peace among communities. Being the ultimate ground for Buddhist religion, Boudhanath is the best place to seek blessings associated with the religion.

Visit the Boudhanath Area:  At the Boudhanath stupa region, there exist friendly and interacting people. These include: shop owners, other visitors, monks and nuns, and pilgrimages. These people conduct different practices together during their pilgrims such as chanting the Ommani Padme Hum or spinning the prayer wheels. They observe these practices strictly and on daily basis. Thus, there are many things to learn including culture, social skills, different language, and religious beliefs. You can also buy yourself different religious items from the shops nearby the temple.

Pashupathinath Temple :

The exact date of Pashupatinath’s construction is unknown. Despite this fact, the Pashupatinath is considered the oldest Hindu temple of Kathmandu. The earliest evidence of the temple’s existence dates back to 400 A.D. The current main temple of Pashupatinath complex was built in the end of the 17th century to replace the previous one, destroyed by termites. Countless smaller temples were constructed around the main temple on both banks of Bagmati River during the last few centuries. There are numerous legends, connected with the construction of the temple. The most famous one claims, that the temple was built on the site where Shiva lost one of his antlers, while he was in the guise of a deer. He and his wife arrived to the bank of Bagmati and amazed by the beauty of the site decided to change themselves into deers and walk in the surrounding forests. After a while gods and humans decided to return them to their duties, but Shiva rejected to return and they had to use force. In the fight Shiva lost one of his antlers, which later became the first lingam worshipped by Hinduists in Pashupatinath. Later this relic was lost, and according to another legend, found again by a herdsman, whose cow showed the location of lingam by irrigating the place it was buried with her milk. Pashupatinah is a place where century-old Hindu rituals are practiced in their astonishing initial form, giving a chance to the visitors to feel the unique spirit of Hindu traditions of life, death and reincarnation. Pashupathinath Temple Foreigners are not allowed in this temple. One of the most sacred Hindu temples of Nepal – Pashupatinath Temple is located on both banks of Bagmati River on the eastern outskirts of Kathmandu. Pashupatinath is the most important temple dedicated to god Shiva. Every year this temple attracts hundreds of elderly followers of Hinduism. They arrive here to find shelter for the last several weeks of their lives, to meet death, be cremated on the banks of the river and travel their last journey with the waters of the sacred river Bagmati, which later meets the holy river Ganges. Hinduists from every corner of Nepal and India are arriving here to die. It is believed that those who die in Pashupatinath Temple are reborn as a human, regardless of any misconduct that could worsen their karma. The exact day of their death is predicted by astrologers of the temple. If you are attracted to the places where the spirit of death can be felt, then consider Pashupatinath as your first destination. It is a temple with special atmosphere of death; death is present in almost every ritual and every corner of it.

Budhanilkantha Temple : 

Budhanilkantha Temple is located at the base of the Shivapuri hill, at the northern side of the Kathmandu valley. The temple is also known as mystical Budhanilkantha temple or Narayansthan temple. ‘Budhanilkantha’ literally means ‘Old Blue Throat’. The temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. Lord Vishnu has many incarnations. One of them is the Narayan, the creator of all life and the god who rests on cosmic sea. The 5m-long image of Vishnu as Narayan was created in the 7th century from one huge piece of stone. This image is impressive and the shrine is one of the most important

Vishnu shrine in the country. It was sculpted during the Licchavi period, probably somewhere outside the valley, and laboriously dragged here. Narayan lies peacefully on a most unusual bed: the coils of the multiheaded snake, Ananta or Shesha. The snake’s 11 hooded heads rise protectively around Narayan’s head. Narayan’s four hands hold the four symbols of Vishnu: a chakra disc (representing the mind), a conch shell (the four elements), a mace (primeval knowledge), and a lotus seed (the moving universe). Vishnu is supposed to sleep through the four monsoon months, waking up at the end of the monsoon. A great festival takes place at Budhanilkantha each November, on the day Vishnu is supposed to awaken from his long annual slumber. The sleeping Vishnu image, which lies in a small sunken pond enclosure, attracts a constant stream of pilgrims and devotees from all around Nepal and India.The Deity of Lord Vishnu lies prominently at 5 meters in length inside a tank 13 meters long giving the impression of floating. It is thought that the Deity is approximately 1500 years old and is believed to have been sculpted during the Licchavi period, around about the 7th or 8th century. A fascinating feature of the Lord Vishnu Deity is his large frame carved out of a single block of stone, black in nature and foreign to the valley planes. When described he embodies many fascinating features and all symbolic in their own right. But it is through the four hands that you will find four symbols of Vishnu which are the: chakra or disc, conch-shell, lotus flower and the club. His legs are crossed with his sleeping body resting on the coils of Ananta: the cosmic serpent and his 11 hooded heads.

It is alleged in times past that a farmer and his wife occupied a farm in this area and while cultivating the land they struck the Deity and immediately afterwards blood began to filter from the ground and thus the lost deity of Budhanilkantha was recovered and placed in its rightful position. It is a common practice for the Hindus to walk down to Vishnu’s feet to touch them but it is forbidden for foreign visitors to do the same. Budhanilkantha has become the site on which Haribondhini Ekadashi takes place during late October or the beginning of November. It is the principle festival for the year in celebration of the awakening of Lord Vishnu from his long sleep; a notable time for thousands of people. Today the formidable temple of Budhanilkantha, interestingly enough, even provides a guest house, unthought-of till now.

Twin Sharing : Accommodation


Day 3:

On the 3rd day of the tour, the revered Yatra begins very early in the morning. Swoyambhunath Stupa :  Located atop a hill west of Kathmandu city, the Swayambhunath complex has been in use since the 5th century A.D. and consists of a magnificent domed stupa, as well as a variety of shrines and temples. Each temple is extremely ornate and richly decorated with gold and vibrant prayer flags, though it’s not only the spiritual décor that draws visitors.

This sacred pilgrimage site is also home to hundreds of monkeys considered holy to Tibetan Buddhists and Hindus. According to legend, Manjushree, the bodhisattva of wisdom, was in the process of raising the temple hill when the lice in his hair transformed into these monkeys. Swayambhunath means self-arisen and is derived from that legend.

The story alone provides enough inspiration for visitors to struggle through the climb to the temple, and the sights at the summit are worth the trek. From the top of the hill, visitors can see a panorama of the Kathmandu valley, along with playful monkeys swinging from trees and prayer flags hanging around the colorful temple.

Although the monkeys are somewhat active during the day, the stupa truly becomes a monkey temple at night when hundreds of monkeys frolic in the sacred area and even slide down the banister of the primary structure.

Sunrise / Sunset and Himalayan view : 

In the morning, you will enjoy the panoramic of mountain range in the eastern side and majestic sunrise. Nagarkot is a famous view point for the sunning views of sunrise and sunset. It also offers superb views of mountain ranges of Annapurna, Ganesh, Manaslu, Langtang, Everest, Jugal and Rolwaling. The hiking trail is filled with exotic forest and offers glamorous views of mountains and traditional hamlets. The trail from Nagarkot to Dhulikhel is mostly down hill and trail leads you to Rhonnie Bhangyang (Pass). At your left from the Rhonnie Pass, you can enjoy the beautiful Panchkhal Valley and also the Himalayas over the horizon.

Day 04:



Km : 177 Km & Attitude : 1600 m Early in the morning, you can again explore sunrise and Himalayan range (peak of Mt. Everest) from Hotel terrace (subject to weather condition). After having breakfast, drive to Syabrubesi (about 177 km, 7/8 hrs drive)

Syabrubesi is a beautiful resident village inside the Langtang National Park. The local community, its festival culture and traditions and the famous religious yatra “Kailash Yatra” is beaming Syabrubesi in the spotlight for domestic and international tourism. Syabrubesi lies at the base of a green hill on the way to Langtang Valley. Syabrubesi lies in one of the most beautiful countries to visit in the world, Nepal. Syabrubesi, Nepal lies in the Langtang National Park, a famous trekking region in Nepal. Syabrubesi has also dubbed the gateway to Langtang Valley and is a popular pit-stop of the route to Langtang. Accommodation : Guest House / Dormitory

Day 05



Km : 24 Km & Attitude : 2800 m

Recently, China government has opened Nepal-Tibet (China) border, Kerung also spelled as Gyirong to the third country travelers planning to visit by land from early September, 2017. Also, this Rasuwagadi- Kerung border crossing is elevated to international status.

Tibet government announced that the Rasuwagadi-Kerung border crossings, the one and only active border connecting Nepal to China’s autonomous region Tibet, have become international. this is the major concern for the both countries as this route will become the major International Crossing Border to south Asian countries from China via Nepal and good for bilateral Trade and Tourism. The Kerung Border lies in Rasuwa district and 175Km away from Kathmandu. Please note that the road from the Tibet—Nepal border to Kathmandu is a very rough and poor dirt road. Even in good, dry conditions, this road can take 8 to 10 hours to travel. Most of the road is dirt

Drive to Nepalese border Rasuwagadi . After immigration formalities the group will cross the border on foot to reach China side. The pilgrims are then transferred on Tourist bus for onward drive to Kyirong thil. We travel in sturdy and comfortable vehicles that are controlled and guided by Tibetans. The accompanying Nepalese Sherpas get into the coaches after loading the food materials water etc and the onward journey into the Tibetan/Chinese region continues toward the town of Kyirong thil. On arrival, check into room and take rest for today. Nepali kitchen crew will serve hot tea or coffee with light snacks within short interval of time, after setting their kitchen. Then you can stroll around hotel vicinity or go for a walk in nearby markets. Overnight stay will be in best hotel

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Day 06 :


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Day 07:



Km : 185 Km & Attitude : 4500 m The highway is mostly occupied by the long queue of lorry and trucks. However, the condition of the highway is, yet, much vulnerable for tourists to cross the border. Roads are very rough and uneven, which compels jeep or any means transportation to spend most of its time on the road to reach this short distant border.

Described as the “Valley of Happiness”, Kyirong Valley lies in the shadow of the massive Himalayas in the far west of Tibet, filled with a lush landscape of green fields and small rural hamlets. Isolated behind the high mountains, this stunning valley is often passed through without a thought, and many travelers to Tibet from Nepal miss out on what is possibly the most beautiful valley in the world. With many of the locals not having seen many western tourists, stepping into this stunning valley is like stepping back in time, as this part of Tibet has changed very little in the past few hundred years.

Nestled amongst the mighty Himalayas, this beautiful valley has some of the best views of the mountains around it, with Langbo Kangri to the west and the spectacular Mount Shishapangma to the east. Venture a little further west into the side valleys that branch off from the main valley floor, and you get a great view of Mount Manaslu, one of the popular trekking areas in Nepal. In the eastern branch valleys, you can clearly see the peak of Mount Cho Oyu, and in the distance, if the weather is clear, you can just see the summit of Mount Everest poking its head above the rest of the Himalayas.

Saga ("happy land") is an army town with a Chinese garrison which patrols the whole length of the Tibetan-Nepalese border (and often conducts target practice with machine guns very close to the town). Saga straddles the Dargye Tsangpo river above its junction with the Brahmaputra River. It is strategically located at the junction of three roads - the Lhartse road coming from the east, the Dzongka road from the south and the Purang and Drongpa roads from the west. Saga is also an important stop-off point for pilgrims and tourists on the way to visiting Mount Kailash being the last town on the southern route with supplies for travellers, having both a store and a restaurant and several guest houses and hotels.

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Day 08:



Km : 480 Km & Attitude : 4560 m We have very important day today as we are heading to the holiest place at Lake Manasarovar. Lake Manasarovar is among the world’s highest fresh-water lakes. At an elevation of 4,583 meters, the lake covers 412 square kilometers. With the northern part broader than the southern end, the deepest point of the lake is over 70 meters. The lake is purer than a sapphire and one can see through dozens of meters into the lake. The lake is located in the Burang County, 20 km southeast of the Mount Kailash. As believed by bathing and drinking this water one becomes fortunate and clears all his sins of a hundred lifetimes. Be warned, however, that the sins of a hundred lifetimes tend to make their hasty exit by way of the nearest toilet. Make sure that you  thoroughly purify Lake Manasarovar’s sacred waters before you drink them

As per the Hindu mythology it is believed, Lake Manasarovar was formed by Lord Brahma, who is the creator god. He found it to be an appropriate place for religious rituals. Hid 12 sons, who were also holy men performed rituals and austerities on the dry land at the site. And to give them a more appropriate place to earn value, Lord Brahma created a wonderful lake which today is known as - Lake Manasarovar. And as per Buddhist religion, theyrelate Manasarovar with Anotatta Lake. It is said that Lord Buddha was conceived at this very lake, as stated in the legends Lord Buddha's mother was brought on the lake by the gods and as she bathed in the sacred waters of Manasarovar her body was purified. Later she saw a white elephant running to her from Mount Kailash and Lord Buddha entered her womb.

In Tibetan language, Manasarovar means “invincible lake”. In “Regions In Great Tang”, wrote by monk Xuanzang, Lake Manasarovar was regarded as the sacred Yaochi Lake of Nirvana. In the 11th century Buddhism won in the competition against the local Bon Religion and changed the lake’s name from “Machui Co” into “Manasarovar”, which means the “Invincible Lake”, in the hope of winning more believers in Tibet. In Tibetan Buddhism, it is believed that bathing with the water of Manasarovar will drive off avaricious desires, troubled thoughts and past sins; drinking the water will keep healthy and away from disease; while circling the lake will bring boundless beneficence to the pilgrims. Thus all the pilgrims to Tibet will come to Manasarovar and regard circling and drinking from the lake as their greatest fortune. Throughout the year, numerous pilgrims and visitors are attracted to the holy Mt. Kailash and the Lake Manasarovar. It is also 1 of 3 Holy Lakes in Tibet (the other 2 are Namtso Lake and Yamdroktso Lake)

Every summer, flocks of swans will gather on the lake, bringing grace and life to the area. Legend says that the fish in the lake can cure sterility, dystocia, dropsy and other illnesses. Chemical analyses show that the lake water indeed contains various types of minerals. At just 3 kilometers away from Manasarovar, the “Ghost Lake” La’ang is a salt water lake. With high winds and rapid currents, it’s difficult for fish or weeds to grow. Accommodation: Guest House / Dormitory

Day 09:



Km : 30 Km & Attitude : 4600 m The best time to visit the Lake is between 3 AM and 5 AM in the morning. This period is known as the Brahmamuhurta— the time when the Gods come to bath in the lake!

Mysterious Lights

People who halt a night at the Kailash or rather at Lake Mansarovar have seen two lamp like lights following each other in the dark sky. These are white lights which are like dots but clearly visible to human eye and are also always in movement. Sometimes the firmament over the Lake is also illuminated by mysterious lights – people believe these lights belong to self-realized sages living at Kailash. Every year, a number of people head to Mansarovar to take a dip in the holy lake. In this YouTube video published by Indian people, we can see mysterious lights over the Kailash Mansarovar. The video was supposedly taken by a group of pilgrims who were pleasantly surprised to see mysterious light over the Kailash Mansarovar. And in the sheer darkness of the night, the lights that appeared as three spots sporadically ran across the horizon, thereby leaving the pilgrims awestruck:

Splashing of Water by the Invisible Beings

Early in the morning, during Brahma muhurat, people living in tents have heard the splashing of the water of the Mansarovar. They have also heard the sounds of ornaments. As per one account, a lady stepped out of her tent and though she could see no one, she saw movement of water. There are stories that the Sapta Rishis, the seven sages mentioned in Indian mythology come and bathe every morning at the Mansarovar Lake.

Darchen is a small village with an altitude of about 4,700 meters, in the south of Kailash monutain, is where the starting point of the Kailash Cora. It is only a one-day bus drive approxiamtely 340 kilometers from the town of Ali (Shiquanhe) the capital town of Ngari. Darchen is also called as “Tarchen” or “Taqin in chinese pingyin”. It was formerly an important Sheep and Yak station for the nomads and their herds. Until 1994, there were just 4 or 5 permanent buildings. In 1995, a medical center was founded and built sponsored by Swiss which has become a training center for doctors. After nearly 20 yrs developing, it now contains about 12 small restaurants and several hotels, guesthouses; among of which the Gang Dis Hotel is where Public Security Bureau officers are stationed from March till to November. In additon to that, there are a number of grocery stores, and camping sites. There is not much to see there, but you can leave unneeded luggage in the locked storerooms or rent gear, packed animals, among other things to make your trip more convenient.

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Day 10



Km : 12 Km Trek distances & Attitudes : 4900 m

We start our Parikarma. This is the the First day of Parikarma. We will walk around 12 km. Yamdwar is the starting point of the kailash parikarma which is 8 km northwest of the Darchen. In the season of the mt Kailahs there are gathering many Yaks, and horses to carry people. Yam is the goddes of the death, this is the judgement places of the merit of the soul. Every year tibetan people gathering the ceremoney stand the pole of the flag in the fourth lunnar calendar, according to the tibetan calendar. People all over the tibet gatehring there. if the flag inclined to the mt. kailash it is the bad omen. Even it is far from the Kailash it is bad omen. so, stand up the flag is the good omen and prosperity.

If you aren’t able to walk , It’s better “ Not to Go “ . Come back is possible with 200 Yen or more paying but it’s not guaranteed and depends of the availabilities of cars for Darchan Drop Porters are available for 400 Yen for 3 days with 3kg maximum un hand bag. Horse with Porter : 28 000 Rupees extra charges. You have to pay yourselfs.

Accommodation: Guest House / Dormitory

Day 11 :



Km : 22 Km Trek & Attitude : 4700 m (DOLMA LA PASS : Attitude : 5600M) Day 11 is going to be the second day of Kailash Parikrama. Have an early morning breakfast and start the yatra as early as possible. We will walk around 22 KM.

The Kailash mansarovar yatra trek today is a difficult one where you walk pass Dolma-La Pass that lies at an altitude of 5400 m. The trek is said to be difficult as the pass is known to have unpredictable weather as any time there can be a snowstorm. The trek should start as early as possible in the morning. The Climb is from 4800 metres to 5700 metres. Be deliberately slow and use the walking stick. Whenever you feel tired, stop, rest and then proceed. It will take about 2 hrs to reach shiva stahl. It is the burial ground. Buddhist pray " Dirjejigies" (Lord of Death - Yama). Offerings are made here in the form of hair, nails, blood, clothing etc. Some buddhist devotees will sit at this place and visualise their death and act as if they are dead. Dying at thsi place is considered as virtuous. A little further, Kailash projects out in a sharp conical form behind the jutting peak of Manjughosha. After half an hour of steep climb, you reach at the summit of Dolma La (5700 metres). On the way, halt at Gaurikund for darshan. Continue the trek till you arrive at Zhulthulphuk. This sit has tents and mud houses for overnight stay. Here, 8 km of walk is very risky, if we have any problem to come back and if we ask any local help, we need to pay minimum 500 Yen. We have to pay.

Gaurikund :

Accommodation: Guest House / Dormitory

Day 12 :



Km : 12 Km Trek & Attitude : 4500 m Day 12 is going to be the Third and Last day of Kailash Parikrama, We will walk around 12 Kms

It is more or less a flat trek. However, there are some streams to cross. During the last leg of journey, one can have the grand view of Barkha plains, Holy Lake Mansarovar Rakshasa Taal and majestic Gurla mandhata. The last portion of the parikrama is covered by Land Cruisers arrive Darchen and this is the end of parikrama. Accommodation: Guest House / Dormitory

Day 13 :



Km : 480 Km & Attitude : 4500 m After breakfast we begin our journey towards Saga, by completing the remaining course (approx. 30%) of parikrama of Lake Manasarovar. Paryang is a village and township in Zhongba County, Shigatse, Tibet. It is about a 7-hour drive from Saga County and one of the popular stops for a Mount Kailash trip. Most of the local residents are migrant nomads from its neighboring villages situated below Dangue Tsangpo. Twin Sharing : Accommodation


Day 14 :



Km : 209 Km KONGTANG LHAMO PASS : Attitude : 5236M m, KYIRONG COUNTY : Attitude : 4150 m & SYABRUBESHI : Attitude : 1800 m Today drive to Rasuwa. We cross the bridge over beautiful Brahmaputra River and continue our journey across the vast open Tibetan plains. The journey offers stunning Himalayan views, friendship bridge and our guide will help you to clear the China Customs, from there our Tibetan staffs are not allow stepping further and time to say your farewells. Before your departure, we will appreciate if you can spend a short time to evaluate our services either by filling the feedback form. When you crossed the bridge you will get into Nepal. Overnight stay in Lodge / Guest House Accommodation: Guest House / Dormitory


Day 15 :



Km : 145 & Attitude : 1400 m Drive to Kathmandu (about 145 km, 7 hrs drive). Upon arrive in Kathmandu, transfer to Hotel for check-in. Overnight stay in Kathmandu. Accommodation: Twin Sharing

Day 16 :



Km : 0 & Attitude : 1400 m Whole day is free or persuades own individual activities. Overnight stay in Kathmandu Hotel. Accommodation: Twin Sharing

Day 17 :



Km : 0 & Attitude : 1400 m After breakfast, free till departure. Later on time, transfer to airport for flight back to your onward destination.


Kailash Manasarovar Yatra (Indians)

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Kailash Manasarovar Yatra (Indians)

Package Price: 177118.65

Tax (GST 18.00% ): 31881.357


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