Mount Kailash & Manasarovar Tour
Two lakes, Manasarovar (Mapam Tso) and Rakas Tal lie at the southern foot of Mt. Kailash. Takas Tal is associated with the forces of darkness whereas Lake Manasarovar represents the forces of light. Also, the vicinity of Mt. Kailash is the source of four great Rivers (the Indus, The Sutlej, the Bramhaputra and Karnali); of which, waters the four quarters of the earth. Tibetan scriptures also speak of the four rivers issuing from the world mountain.
Day 01: Drive from Kathmandu to Nyalam (3750m). Overnight at Nyalam Guesthouse
Day 02: Rest day at Nyalam
Day 03: Drive from Nyalam to Saga (4600m) - 270km. Camp
Day 04: Drive from Saga to Paryang (4540m) - 252km. Camp
Day 05: Drive from Parayang to Lake Manasarovar (Chiu Gomba) - (4550 m.) - 294km. Camp
Day 06: Lake Manasarivar rest
Day 07: Drive, Lake Manasarovar - Darchen (4520m). Overnight Darchen Guesthouse
Day 08: Drive to Darboche and commence trek around Mt. Kailash. Camp at Dera Phuk Gomba (4860m)
Day 09: Cross Dolma-La (5600 m.) and trek down to the valley via Gaurikunda. Camp at Zutul Phuk Gomba (4760m)
Day 10: Finish trek near Darchen then drive to Horaa Chu (4500m). Camp near the Bank of Lake Manasarovar
Day 11: Return drive, Horaa Chu - Parayang (4540 m.). Camp
Day 12: Return drive, Paryang - Saga (4600m). Camp
Day 13: Return drive, Saga - Nyalam (3750m). Overnight Nyalam Guesthouse
Day 14: Return drive, Nyalam - Zhang-Mu - Kodari then drive back to Kathmandu - transfer hotel
Accommodation with bed and breakfast basis, Tibet travel permits, guide and transportation,group visa for tibet monastery entrance fee as per itinerary.
All expenses of private nature, airport tax, Nepal re-entry visa, photography charges in the monastery, any cost arising from landslides, road blockage, hiring of porters and additional transportation cost
The departure schedule can be change on any unavoidable circumstances such as weather hazards, natural changes of walking track, road slides, and avalanches, public strikes.