14 days Kailash Mansarovar Holy Tour

  • Trip Duration15 Days
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  • Group Sizeminimum 2 - 20 person
  • Trip GradeModerate

Trip Facts

Destination: Tibet

Meals: Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner

Transportation: Private Vehicle/Tourist Bus

Accommodation: Lodge + Camping

Trek Style: 1

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    In Hinduism, Mount Kailash is regarded as the celestial residence of Lord Shiva, where he and his Himalayan daughter Parvati are said to be permanently seated in meditation. It is thought that Kailash Parvat, a sacred mountain, is the world's spiritual center and the ultimate destination for the soul. Situated close to Mount Kailash, Lake Mansarovar is highly esteemed as a source of holiness and a well-known destination that draws Hindu pilgrims from all over the world who participate in the Kailash Yatra. During this pilgrimage, it is thought that immersing in the waters of Mansarovar and performing the rite of drinking from its pure source will purge the pilgrims of sins accrued over a hundred lifetimes.

Those who are lucky enough to travel to Kailash Parvat and Lake Mansarovar on this holy pilgrimage return home with a treasured recollection that reminds them of Lord Shiva's presence in their lives and instills a sense of calm and peace. These sacred sites' unspoiled beauty and eminent tranquility are simply mesmerizing, strengthening the bond between pilgrims and Lord Shiva.

While the Tibetans refer to it as "Kora," the Hindus refer to it as "Parikrama," and both titles refer to the same clockwise pilgrimage around Mount Kailash. Although physically taxing, this practice is an integral component of the pilgrimage to Mount Kailash. With the right preparation, pious travelers can successfully accomplish this important spiritual journey.   

Saga Dawa Festival 2024 May15 

Saga means Fourth and Dawa means Month. Saga Dawa festival is celebrated in the Tibetan Lunar calendar 15th (full Moon) of the year's fourth Month.


The month Buddha Shakyamuni came to our world, the month Buddha Shakyamuni's enlightenment, and finally, Buddha Shakyamuni reaches Parinirvana. Three important festivals for a follower of Buddha Shakyamuni in one month, making it the most important festival for Buddhists. 

Tibetans Spiritual activities

At the base of Tarboche near Mount Kailash, on the 15th of the Tibetan Lunar Calendar (Full Moon), local Tibetans will gather to celebrate the festival by lifting the large Prayer flagpole. Join our Saga Dawa festival today & celebrate the festival with the local Tibetans at Tarboche!


You will travel to the roof of the world Mount Everest Base Camp.

 The 3-day 52km trek Kora around Mount Kailash is a great adventure to purify the karmic debts.

Enjoying the beauties of one of the last Kingdoms in Tibet ( The Guge Kingdom. This is a great tour for Travelers who love nature, trekking, and the spiritual beauties. 

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1: Where is Kailash Mansarovar??

The most revered peak in Asia, Mount Kailash, is situated in Tibet's far west. At a height of 6,638 meters (21,778 feet), Mount Kailash is a high mountain in the Kailash Range that is known to the Tibetans as Kangrinboqué. The trans-Himalayan Kailash Range is located in China's Ngari prefecture, which is part of the Tibet Autonomous Region.  Mount Kailash is situated close to the sources of some of the longest Asian rivers, including the Indus, Sutlej, Brahmaputra, and Ghaghara (also called Karnali), as well as Lake Mansarovar and Lake Rakshastal. Mansarovar, the higher of the two stunning lakes, stands at 4,590 meters (15,059 feet) and is regarded as the world's highest freshwater body.

2: Why Mt Kailash is Unclimbed ??

Owing to its immense religious significance, Mount Kailash has never been scaled. For Buddhists, Jains, Bons, and Hindus alike, the mountain is revered. The mountain is thought to be Lord Shiva's residence in Hindu mythology. Because of the severe weather that prevented any of the previous attempts to reach the top from beginning when they set foot on the peak, none of them were successful. In the mid-1980s, the Chinese government extended an invitation to Italian alpinist Reinhold Messner to ascend Mount Kailash; however, Messner turned down the offer following international outcry from other mountaineers. After receiving the letter, the Chinese government outlawed any more efforts at climbing. Though not much is known, it is thought that the only person to reach.

3: Is Mt Kailash  Mansarovar Yatra difficult??  

The short response to this query is indeed! The trek is extremely difficult and demanding, particularly because of the altitude and the thin, dry air that is 40% less oxygenated than at sea level. Altitude sickness is quite likely to occur under these circumstances. Pilgrims must travel through dangerous, high-altitude regions during the Yatra. The Kailash tour is quite challenging because to the extremely steep slopes and the large distances that must be traveled each day between camps. It wouldn't be an issue if you regularly exercise, have high altitude trekking experience, and are in excellent condition.  

4: What is the best way to go to the Mt Kailash Mansarovar  ??

There are three main routes to the Kailash Mansarovar Yatra that go from Nepal. The first way goes via Simikot, which crosses the Tibetan border at Hilsa either helicopter or foot. From Hilsa, one can go overland to Mansarovar. Another option is to take a plane from Kathmandu to Lhasa, and then go by car, either from Lhasa proper or from Ngari. There is also a land route that starts in Kathmandu and travels all the way to Darchen, which is at the base of Mount Kailash, via the Kyirong border. Compared to the other routes, this one is somewhat more cost-effective and rather adventurous. The best route for most travelers to Kailash Mansarovar is to go overland from Lhasa to Kailash after taking a quick flight from

5: Which is the best time to visit Mt. Kailash Mansarovar????

You can visit Kailash Mansarovar at any time between mid-April and the end of September every year. But without a question, April through June and September are the finest times to plan a trip to Mount Kailash since they provide excellent mountain visibility, breathtaking scenery, and pleasant weather. The monsoon months of July and August bring light rain and fog on occasion. The winter season, which runs from November to March, brings with it significant snowfall and ice, making it almost impossible to traverse some parts of the trail.

6: Why people reach  Kailash at full moon ???

First off, on a night with a full moon, Mt. Kailash appears wonderful. It is said that a person can become a new human soul with the same body by taking a holy bath in Lake Mansarovar on a full moon night, washing away all of their sins from the previous 100 incarnations as well as the current. The most optimistic and lively cosmic energies are radiated by the full moon, according to the old Vedic astrology. In order to experience the pure spiritual energy that emanates from Kailash and Mansarovar Lake's natural surrounds, many attempt to travel to Kailash during full moons.

7:How many days dose it takes for Kailash Mansarovar Yatra????

The length of time needed to complete the Kailash Mansarovar Yatra varies based on where your tour begins. There are three distinct routes from Kathmandu, so the path you take will depend on where you are starting and finishing. Generally, traveling overland or by plane to Lhasa and then driving to Mount Kailash takes nine to fifteen days. On the other hand, the trip will take about 20 days if you choose to take the Simikot route out of Kathmandu and finish the tour in Lhasa.  

8: Where do I need to Apply for Chines Visa go to the  Kailash Mansarovar Trip??

To enter Tibet, any foreign visitor must have a current China visa as well as a Tibet travel permit. Travelers from Nepal who wish to visit Tibet should apply for a group tourist visa at the Chinese Embassy in Kathmandu. When you reserve your trip to Kailash Mansarovar with Himalayan Glacier, we will arrange for your Tibet travel permit and Chinese visa.

9: What kind of Accommodation can we expect in Nepal and  Tibet??

You will stay in luxurious 4-star hotels in Nepal that offer individual services and the majority of the amenities right in the room. During the trekking portions of a Simikot trip, you will be accommodated in pretty simple teahouses or, if you choose to camp overnight, tents. You will be lodging in hotels with attached bathrooms and western standards while traveling through Kyirong. In Mansarovar, Dirapuk, and Zutulpuk, standard communal dorms are what to anticipate.   

10:What is the climate and temperature during the Kailash and Mansarovar Trip?    

Normally, we go at the best season possible with our group of religious travelers. The temperatures are at their greatest point during this time of year, with the hottest days reaching up to 23°C/73°F. But the nights get progressively colder, with lows of 0°C/32°F. Throughout the month, the average temperature stays between 4 and 6°C/39 and 43°F. 


Detail Itinerary

Day 01Arrive to Kathmandu, 1,350m/4,429ft

Day 02Pashupatinath Darshan, Boudhnath Stupa and Patan Visit, 1,350m/4,429ft

Day 03 Kathmandu to Nepal-Tibet Border at Rasuwa Ghadhi, 2,800m/9,187ft

Day 04Easy day to Kerung to acclimatize, 2,800m/9,187ft

Day 05Drive from Kerung to Saga, 4,600m/15,093ft

Day 06Drive from Saga to Manasarovar, 4,590m/15,060ft

Day 07Travel to Darchen - The Gateway to Mount Kailash 4,560m/14,961ft

Day 08Parikrama to Dehara Puk,-4-6 hrs

Day 09A day Hike to Charansprash (Optional)- 8-9 hrs

Day 10Parikrama to Dolma-La Pass - The Most Challenging and Sacred Day of our Pilgrimage Yatra. 5,943m/19,499ft ,10-12 hrs

Day 11Conclusion of Parikrama and Return to Saga, 4,600m/15,093ft 3 hrs

Day 12Return to Kathmandu from Saga via Kerung, 2,800m/9,187ft

Day 13Contingency Day - Preparing for the Unexpected,1,350m/4,429ft

Day 14Fly Home Sweet Home - A Journey's End

Cost Include

  • Welcome and Farewell Dinner
  • 4 night’s accommodation hotel in Kathmandu on twin share basis with breakfast
  • Accommodation in Tibetan lodges
  • All Vegetarian Meals while on Yatra
  • English Speaking Nepali Tour Leader and Tibetan Guide
  • Tibet Visa & All Permit Fees
  • Yaks & Yak men for luggage during Parikrama
  • Ground transfers  in Tibet using Toyota Land Cruisers
  • Sherpa staff (trekking guides, porters, cook, etc)
  • Portable altitude chamber bags
  • Oxygen cylinders in each Land Cruiser
  • Specially designed Kailash Yatra T-Shirt
  • Soft Blanket for your journey(a Gift from AET)(Alpine Excursion Treks) 
  • Down Jacket (returned upon completion of journey)
  • Duffle Bag (returned upon completion of journey) 

Cost Exclude

  • Airfares from Home – Kathmandu – Home
  • All beverages, photography charges,  web usage, and Telephone Calls
  • Extra nights in Tibetan lodges (except mentioned in itinerary)
  • Travel Insurance of Client
  • Extra cost in the event of landslide for hiring additional transportation and porters
  • All Lunches while in Kathmandu
  • Horse rental while on Parikrama or personal porter
  • Emergency evacuation costs (cost for rental of Land Cruiser) (medical and rescue insurance is recommended). We advise you to purchase insurance with zero deductible.
  • Any additional meals in Kathmandu except mentioned in the itinerary 


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