Mount Kailash Mansarovar Tour For NRI ( Foreign passport)

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Mount Kailash Mansarovar Tour For NRI ( Foreign passport)

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Tour Details

  • Availability
  • Duration
    15 Days
  • Maximum Altitude
    5630 Meters
  • Trek Difficulty
  • Starts From
  • Ends At
  • Trip Route
    Kathmandu - Rasuwa Gadi - Kirung Border - Saga - Lake Manasarovar - Darchen - Diraphuk - Zutulphuk - Lake Manasarovar - Kerung Border - Kathmandu

Trip Highlights

Well Nepal Travel and Treks offers a special 15-day  Mount Kailash Manasarovar Tour for Hindu pilgrimage people, specifically for non-resident Indians (NRI) and foreign passport holders. The Mount Kailash Manasarovar Overland Tour is designed for those who are short on time but still wish to experience the spiritual and natural beauty of this sacred region.

  • Kailash Parikrama

The Kailash Parikrama involves circumambulating Mount Kailash, believed to be the abode of Lord Shiva and Parvati. This 32-mile trek, known as "kora" in Tibetan, takes about three days and offers an adventurous and spiritually fulfilling experience. The journey through rough terrain and thin air provides stunning views of all faces of Mount Kailash, with landscapes that evoke a sense of ecstasy and spiritual bliss.

  • Gauri Kunda

Gauri Kunda, mentioned in Hindu scriptures, is associated with Parvati, the wife of Lord Shiva. This serene blue lake at an altitude of 5,608 meters is a sight to behold, surrounded by mountain terrain and natural vegetation. Pilgrims often bathe in its waters, believed to purify and bestow blessings.

  • Rakshas Tal

Rakshas Tal, located in the Tibetan Autonomous Region, sits at an altitude of 4,575 meters. According to Hindu mythology, this lake is where the demon king Ravana performed penance to gain invincible powers from Lord Shiva. Despite its ominous name, Rakshas Tal is breathtakingly beautiful, with blue waters and surrounding hills. The lake is connected to Lake Manasarovar by the Ganga Chhu River and features four islands that add to its tranquil charm.

  • Pashupatinath Temple

Situated in Kathmandu, Pashupatinath Temple is one of the most significant Hindu shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva. The temple, known for its pagoda-style architecture, is a cultural and religious landmark, offering visitors a glimpse into Nepal's ancient traditions, values, and lifestyle.

  • Tibetan Culture

The journey to Mount Kailash Manasarovar is rich with Tibetan culture. Key sites like Darchen, Saga, Kerung, and Gyrong provide insights into Tibetan Buddhist and Bon traditions. Along the way, visitors encounter monasteries, religious buildings, and vibrant local communities that highlight the region's unique heritage.

  • Mansarovar Lake

At an altitude of 4,590 meters, Mansarovar Lake is considered the holiest lake in Hindu, Buddhist, Bon, and Jain religions. Formed by the glaciers of Mount Kailash, the lake is believed to purify sins and fulfill wishes. Its round shape and fresh waters, reflecting the surrounding landscapes, create a spiritually and naturally abundant experience.

  • Yam Dwar

Yam Dwar, meaning "Gate to the God of Death," is the starting point for the Mount Kailash circumambulation. Known as "Tarboche" in Tibetan, this site blends Tibetan and Hindu cultures. It is the focal point for annual ceremonies involving singing, dancing, and mantras, drawing thousands of pilgrims.

  • Asthapad

Asthapad, meaning "eight steps," is a revered Jain pilgrimage site where the first Tirthankara, Shri Rishabhadev Bhagwan, attained Nirvana. Located at 4,900 meters, it offers stunning views of Mount Kailash and features numerous caves and the 'Muni Valley.' Asthapad has become a popular destination for both religious and scholarly visitors.

For those with limited time,Well  Nepal Travel and Treks also offers a Mount Kailash Yatra by Helicopter, providing a quicker yet equally profound spiritual journey.

Best Time to Visit Kailash Manasarovar 

Planning a pilgrimage to Mount Kailash and Lake Manasarovar is a journey of a lifetime, and choosing the right time to go is crucial to make the most of this spiritual adventure.

Optimal Travel Period

The best time to undertake the Kailash Manasarovar Yatra is from May to September. During these months, the weather is relatively mild and the conditions are more favorable for travel. Here’s a detailed breakdown of what you can expect in each of these months:

  • May to Early June: This period marks the beginning of the travel season. The temperatures are starting to rise, making the journey more comfortable. The landscapes are often lush and green following the spring thaw, offering breathtaking scenery.
  • June to August: These months are considered the peak season for the yatra. The weather is warm, and the skies are generally clear. This is also the time when several religious festivals take place, adding a vibrant cultural aspect to the journey. However, this is also the busiest time, so expect more fellow pilgrims.
  • September: As the season comes to a close, September still offers good weather conditions for travel. The crowds begin to thin out, providing a more peaceful experience. The autumn colors start to appear, adding a unique beauty to the landscapes.

Weather Considerations

The weather in the Mount Kailash region can be unpredictable, but the period from May to September generally provides the most stable conditions. Daytime temperatures during this time can range from 10°C to 20°C (50°F to 68°F), while nighttime temperatures can drop significantly, especially at higher altitudes, so be prepared for cold nights.

Travel Tips

  1. Acclimatization: Regardless of the month you choose to visit, it’s important to allow time for acclimatization due to the high altitudes. Spending a few

Kailash Manasarovar Parikrama: A Journey of a Lifetime

Embarking on the Kailash Manasarovar Parikrama is more than just a trek; it is a profound spiritual journey that many devotees and adventurers dream of. This sacred circumambulation around Mount Kailash, known as the "Kora," is considered one of the most spiritually rewarding experiences in the world.

What is Parikrama?

Parikrama means circumambulation, and in this context, it involves walking around Mount Kailash. This sacred ritual is believed to cleanse sins and bring good fortune. Pilgrims from various religions, including Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Bon, revere Mount Kailash as a holy site.

The Route of Mount Kailash Parikrama

The Kailash Parikrama spans approximately 52 kilometers (32 miles) and typically takes three days to complete. Here’s a breakdown of the journey:

  1. Day 1: Darchen to Dirapuk
    • Distance: About 20 kilometers
    • Elevation: Starts at 4,670 meters (Darchen) and rises to 4,890 meters (Dirapuk)
    • Highlights: The trek begins in Darchen, the base camp for the Kailash Parikrama. Pilgrims trek through the beautiful landscape, with the majestic Mount Kailash visible along the way. The day ends at Dirapuk, where the North Face of Mount Kailash is a spectacular sight.
  2. Day 2: Dirapuk to Zuthulphuk via Dolma-La Pass
    • Distance: About 22 kilometers
    • Elevation: Crosses Dolma-La Pass at 5,630 meters, then descends to 4,835 meters at Zuthulphuk
    • Highlights: This is the most challenging part of the Parikrama. The climb to Dolma-La Pass, the highest point of the trek, is steep and strenuous. Pilgrims often pause at the top to offer prayers. The descent leads to Gauri Kunda, a sacred lake, before reaching Zuthulphuk.
  3. Day 3: Zuthulphuk to Darchen
    • Distance: About 12 kilometers
    • Elevation: Gradual descent from 4,835 meters to 4,670 meters
    • Highlights: The final day of the Parikrama is relatively easier. The trek follows the river valley, passing through serene landscapes and small settlements before returning to Darchen.

Spiritual Significance of Kailash Parikrama:

  • Mount Kailash: Revered as the abode of Lord Shiva and Parvati in Hinduism, and a significant site in Buddhism, Jainism, and Bon. Completing the Parikrama is believed to purify the soul and bring spiritual blessings.
  • Gauri Kunda: This sacred lake, associated with Goddess Parvati, is a major stop during the trek. Pilgrims believe that bathing in its waters purifies them and fulfills their spiritual wishes.
  • Dolma-La Pass: Named after the Tibetan goddess Dolma (Tara), this pass is a spiritually significant point where pilgrims often leave offerings and prayers.

Practical Tips

  1. Acclimatization: Spend a few days acclimatizing in Kathmandu or nearby regions to adjust to the high altitude.
  2. Physical Preparation: The trek is physically demanding, so regular exercise and cardiovascular training are recommended before the trip.
  3. Packing Essentials: Pack warm clothing, sturdy trekking boots, walking poles, and essentials like sunscreen, a hat, and sunglasses. The weather can be unpredictable, so layers are key.
  4. Health Precautions: Carry necessary medications and a first-aid kit. Consider consulting a doctor about altitude sickness medication.
  5. Guides and Permits: Hiring a local guide can enhance the experience and ensure safety. Make sure to obtain all necessary permits well in advance.

Experience of a Lifetime

The Kailash Manasarovar Parikrama is not just a physical trek but a deeply spiritual journey. The breathtaking landscapes, the serene atmosphere, and the profound spiritual energy of Mount Kailash combine to create an experience that stays with pilgrims forever. Whether you seek spiritual fulfillment, adventure, or a deep connection with nature, this Parikrama offers a once-in-a-lifetime journey that resonates deeply with all who undertake it.

Preparing for the Kailash Manasarovar Yatra: Essential Tips and Packing List

Embarking on the Kailash Manasarovar Yatra is a significant spiritual and physical undertaking. Proper preparation and packing are crucial to ensure a safe and fulfilling journey. Here’s a comprehensive guide to help you get ready for this extraordinary pilgrimage.

Pre-Trip Preparation

  1. Physical Fitness
    • Exercise: Start a regular exercise regimen at least 3-4 months before the trip. Focus on cardio workouts like walking, running, and swimming to build stamina.
    • Trekking Practice: If possible, practice trekking on rough terrains to get your body accustomed to uneven surfaces and altitude changes.
    • Yoga and Meditation: These can help improve flexibility and mental endurance.
  2. Medical Check-up
    • Health Assessment: Undergo a full medical check-up to ensure you are fit for high-altitude trekking.
    • Vaccinations: Ensure you have all necessary vaccinations as recommended by your healthcare provider.
  3. Acclimatization
    • Plan Extra Days: Schedule a few extra days for acclimatization, especially in Kathmandu or other lower-altitude areas before ascending to higher altitudes.
    • Hydration: Drink plenty of water to help your body adjust to the altitude.
  4. Permits and Documentation
    • Visas: Ensure your visa for Nepal and any necessary permits for entering Tibet are in order.
    • Travel Insurance: Obtain comprehensive travel insurance that covers high-altitude trekking and medical evacuation.

Packing List

  1. Clothing
    • Layers: Pack clothing in layers to adjust to varying temperatures. Include thermal wear, fleece jackets, and a down jacket for cold nights.
    • Waterproof Gear: A waterproof jacket and pants are essential to stay dry during unexpected rains.
    • Trekking Pants: Lightweight and quick-drying pants are ideal for trekking.
    • T-shirts: Moisture-wicking t-shirts for trekking during the day.
    • Hats and Gloves: A warm hat, sun hat, and gloves (both warm and waterproof) are necessary.
  2. Footwear
    • Trekking Boots: Comfortable, waterproof, and well-broken-in trekking boots with good ankle support.
    • Camp Shoes: Lightweight shoes or sandals for relaxing at the campsite.
    • Socks: Moisture-wicking and thermal socks to keep your feet dry and warm.
  3. Accessories
    • Backpack: A sturdy, comfortable backpack with a rain cover.
    • Daypack: A smaller daypack for carrying essentials during daily treks.
    • Trekking Poles: Adjustable poles to help with balance and reduce strain on your knees.
  4. Personal Items
    • First Aid Kit: Include bandages, antiseptic cream, pain relievers, altitude sickness medication, and any personal prescriptions.
    • Sunscreen and Lip Balm: High SPF to protect against the strong high-altitude sun.
    • Sunglasses: UV-protected sunglasses to shield your eyes from glare.
    • Water Bottles and Purification Tablets: Stay hydrated with safe drinking water.
    • Toiletries: Biodegradable soap, toothpaste, toothbrush, and other personal hygiene items.
    • Wet Wipes and Hand Sanitizer: For quick cleaning and sanitization.
  5. Camping Gear
    • Sleeping Bag: A high-quality, cold-weather sleeping bag rated for sub-zero temperatures.
    • Sleeping Mat: An insulated sleeping mat for comfort and warmth.
    • Headlamp: A headlamp with extra batteries for visibility at night.
  6. Miscellaneous
    • Snacks: Energy bars, dry fruits, and other high-calorie snacks.
    • Camera and Batteries: To capture the stunning landscapes and moments.
    • Notepad and Pen: For journaling your experiences.
    • Power Bank: For charging electronic devices on the go.

Mental Preparation

  • Research: Learn about the spiritual significance and cultural aspects of the yatra to enrich your experience.
  • Mindfulness: Practice meditation or mindfulness to prepare mentally for the challenges of high-altitude trekking.
  • Positive Attitude: Maintain a positive and flexible mindset to handle unexpected situations.

Trip Includes

  • All airport-hotel-airport transfers in Kathmandu by car/coach.
  • 4-night Hotel accommodation at Kathmandu in 3* hotel or equivalent with pure vegetarian breakfast, and  dinners
  •  02 Nights stay at Keyrung
  • One or Two nights stay in Hotel Praying
  • Two nights stay in Hotel Saga
  • Two nights stay in a guest house at Darchen.
  • One or Two-night accommodation at Manasarovar in a guest house.
  • One night stay at Hotel Dirapuk or a guest house.
  • One night accommodation at Zuthulpuk in fixed camps/ Tea House.
  • One-half-day guided sightseeing tour in Kathmandu, Nepal.
  • Transport services from Kathmandu to the Nepal Border and back by a non-air-conditioned coach/ Private jeep
  • Facilities of a support truck to carry baggage, food, and camping equipment for the pilgrims.
  • Camping arrangements and all meal facilities were arranged by the Nepalese sherpa crew in Tibet side.
  • Daily Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner during the Tibet (Kailash yatra) complete veg meals
  • A Nepalese team leader (English speaking) from Kathmandu and an English-speaking Tibetan guide from the Kirung border for escorting during the Kailash Manasarovar Yatra.
  • Yak and Yak men to carry your bag (maximum one piece per person permitted) for Kailash Parikrama.
  • All monasteries entrance fee.
  • Normal Tibet visa for the yatra.
  • One duffle bag per person.
  • One jacket per person for the Kailash Manasarovar yatra on a returnable basis.
  • A certificate for completion of the Kailash Manasarovar Yatra to each person.
  • Insurance charges for our Sherpa crew.

Trip Excludes

  • Travel and Medical insurance
  • Rescue evacuation cost in case of emergency.
  • Insurgent fee INR 500 per person approx.
  • Air ticket cost to Kathmandu and back.
  • Extra cost incurred in the event of landslide for hiring additional transportation or porterage
  • Soft/hard beverages, photography charges, porterage at the airports/hotels, laundry, tips, telephone calls etc. and any other expenses of a personal nature.
  • Any other item that is not mentioned in our above-mentioned inclusions list.

Trip Overview

  1. Exploration of medieval wonders of Nepal
  2. Visit Lake Manasarovar and Mt Kailash In Tibet
  3. Sightseeing activities of Kathmandu Durbar Square, Pashupatinath, Boudhanath, and Swoyambhunath Temple.
  4. Explore the lifestyle culture, social, and historical things of local people.
  5. Visit Pashupatinath Temple
  6. Holy Pilgrimage Place Mount Kailash
  7. The secret holy lake Manasoravara
  8. Lake Raksha Tal
  9. Gauri Kund
  10. Lake Raksha Tal
  11. Experience of Tibet's “Roof of the World”
  12. Tibet Lifestyle and Culture

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