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Lhasa, Mt. Kailash and Lake Mansarovar

Kailash Pilgrimage Tour provides the opportunity to make the “ultimate pilgrimage journey” to the holy Mt. Kailash and the Lake Manasarovar. Commencing from Kathmandu in Nepal the Kailash Pilgrimage tour is inclusive of an overland journey to the sacred Manasarovar Lake and Mount Kailash. Camping by the ethereal waters of the holy lake Manasarovar with a three -day Kora. Mount Kailash, located in far west corner of Tibet is the most sacred peak of Asia. The beauty of the 6700-meter high Mount Kailash, that looks like a symmetrical cone shaped rock capped by pure crystalline ice all the time, is echoed in various mythological and literary works. This is truly the trip of a lifetime with stunning scenery and cultural highlights. You can join this trip either in Lhasa or in Kathmandu. The tour starts with a comprehensive trip briefing in Kathmandu followed by a sensational trans Himalayan flight to Lhasa that passes over Mt. Everest and many highest peaks of the world (if you join the tour in Kathmandu). In case you wish to start the tour in Lhasa arriving from anywhere in mainland China or taking a new train from Beijing you will be briefed about the tour by your Tibetan Guide.


Day  01:  Arrive Lhasa (3660 meters)

Day  02:  Sightseeing tour in Lhasa

Day  03:  Sightseeing tour in Lhasa

Day  04:  Free day in Lhasa

Day  05:  Drive to Gyantse (3950m)

Day  06:  Sightseeing tour & drive to Shigatse (3900m)

Day  07:  Sightseeing tour & drive to Lhatse (4050m)

Day  08:  Drive to Saga (4600m)

Day  09:  Drive to Manasarovar (4560m)

Day  10:  Morning – holy bath, puja & hawan,Afternoon – drive to Darchen

Day  11:  Drive to Yama Dwar; trek to Dirapuk (4900m)

Day  12:  Trek across Droma La (5630m) to Zutul-Puk (4790m)

Day  13:  Trek to Darchen (4560m) & drive to Dongba or Saga

Day  14:  Drive to Kerung

Day  15:  Cross border; Drive to Kathmandu (1400m)

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