Kailash Mansharovar Trek

Mount Kailash is supposed to be the sacred mountain in the world for Hindu, Bon, and Jain devotees.  Kailash Mansarovar trekking offers travelers adventure that is unparalleled to other adventure in the earth. Near the holy mountain Kailash, and on its magical nexus, there can be found two powerful lakes:  Lake Manasarovar and Lake Rakshastal. The mountain has its importance on many faiths and is known as Kang Rinpoche, meaning to ‘Precious Snow Mountain’. Hence, Kailash – Mansharovar can be considered as a significant endpoint for both adventurers and spiritual wanderers.

The Holy Mansarovar Lake evokes an intangible serenity in the minds of pilgrims. Kailash Mansharovar journey with passing the Dolma La Pass fills the heart of travelers with profound exploration of the landscapes. It is situated at south – western part of Tibet that is boarded by Khumanon hills and Nepal. It is supreme and sacred since it is cosmologically connected with Mountain Meru, symbolically it forms the axis of the world system. Hindus consider that in the holy Lake Mansharovar, Gods come there to take a bathe during 3-5 am every day and the time period is known as ‘Barahma- Mahurta’. In Sanskrit, Manas means Mansharovar that further means mind and legend. The Lake Mansharovar is supposed to have created by the mind of Lord Brahma.

A number of People from different parts of the world have conducted the Kailash Mansharovar Trek so as to be close to the adobe Lord Shiva paying their obeisance for Mahadev or to explore the magical natural landscapes. Nepal Royal offers overland trip to Mt. Kailash and Mansharovar from Kathmandu, Nepal. The entire tour, including the walking around the Mt. Kailash is highly supported with innovative camping tools and equipment and services of our expert Sherpa Team. Nepal Royal has been conducting pilgrimage treks to Mr. Kailash and Manasarovar for more than last 5 years. We assure your lifetime journey!

Itinerary:

01 Day: Arrive at Kathmandu, transferring to hotel, briefing and orientation program, dinner and overnight at hotel.

02 Day: Kathmandu to Tatopani (120 kms), visiting temples and driving to Tatopani after having breakfast in the morning.

03 Day: Tatopani to Nyalam (50 kms), after proceeding for immigration and custom formalities, we meet Chinese Guides and continue driving to Nyalam , our first overnight in China.

04 Day: Nyalam – Acclimatization Day, spending the whole day with a short trek.

05 Day: Nyalam – Saga – Dongba  – Prayang (475 Kms), after breakfast we head towards Prayang.

06 Day: Prayang – Mansrovar(225 Kms), we move to Mansrovar from Prayang in order to have worship the Holy Mt. Kaiash and Lake Mansrovar.

07 Day: Manasoravar Parikrama – Darchen (55 kms), after lunch, we drive to Darchen via Rakshas Taal while performing the Mansoravar Parikrama.

08 Day: Darchen – Diraphuk (22 Kms Trek), the tough day, driving to Tarboche, starting trek for Kailash Parikrama, overnight stay at Diraphuk Camp.

09 Day: Diraphuk – Zutulphuk (22 Kms Trek), the most difficult trek throughout the journey.

10 Day: Zutulphuk – Mansarovar (8 Kms trek), after around 8 kms trekking, we catch the bus to drive to Darchen then driving to Lake Mansarovar while completing Manasarovar Parikarama.

11 Day: Mansarovar to Paryang/ New Dongba (225 Kms/ 325 Kms), We are returning home – leaving this holy place, after breakfast drive to Paryang/New Dongba, lunch en-route, dinner & overnight stay at Guest house.

12 Day: Drive Paryang/ New Dongba to Nyalam (475kms/375kms), after breakfast drive to Nyalam, overnight & dinner in guest house.

13 Day Nyalam to Kathmandu (160kms), after breakfast drive from Nyalam to Zhangmu border, post immigration and custom formalities – cross over to Nepal border, luhch at Tatopani – drive to Kathmandu.

14 Day Departure from Kathmandu, Breakfast at hotel and check – out by 12:00 noon for transfer to airport.

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