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Though people follow different religion their ultimate faith is on the existence of omnipotent and omniscient Power that is God. Mount Kailash (6714m), situated in China’s autonomous region of Tibet is perceived differently by different religion followers. Hindu believe it as an abode of Hindu God, Lord Shiva and goddess Parvati, Buddhist as dwelling of lord Buddha, Jain as a place for liberation of their first saint and Bon-pon as a Pillar of universe which is also the savior of entire world.
Tibet has become the most renowned pilgrimage destination as it is sacred home to Mount Kailash and Mansarovar Lake. Accepting the harsh journey of circumambulating the Kailash Parvat with 53 km of its peripheries on foot to have the divine view of Shiva’s abode is to attain release from the clutches of vices of life. Kailash region can be a best area for the nature lover to explore the diverse flora and fauna with the diverse landscape.
Yamadwar’ is the initial spot, from where the arduous Kailash Kora (Circuit) begins. It is called the Gate of heaven. Those who cannot proceed can round the Yamadwar and return back as well. This semblance them that they circumambulate Mount Kailash. There are different mythologies associated to this place. People believe rounding this holy Kailash Parvat (Mountain) they can get rid of all sins and bad deeds which they committed knowingly and unknowingly in the life time. Some just round on foot while some pilgrims bend downs, kneels, prostrates full length, makes a mark with fingers, rises to his knees, prays and then crawls forward on hands and knees to the mark made by his/her fingers before repeating the process, which is merely hard to do. However the true dedications with right intention of mind make the pilgrims easier to complete their pilgrimage.
Manasarovar Lake: In between Mount Kailash and Mount Gurla Mandata (7728m) there is another important pilgrimage destination which falls in the Kailash region that is Mansarovar Lake (4580m). The name of this lake has been derived from Sanskrit language “Manas” meaning mind or consciousness and “Sarovar” means Lake.
This lake also has age long religious and spiritual significance. It is believed that this lake is named as Mansarovar to show omnipotence of Brahma (god of creator). Buddhist believes it as a place where Lord Buddha meditated to get enlightenment. There is another Lake nearby Mansarovar that is Rachhas Tal which is often known as Lake of demon. It is said that previously the water of Rachhas Tal was poisonous and then a golden fish from Mansarovar enter into this Lake neutralizing its poison. Hence drinking water of the lake and dipping into the cold water of this holy Lake is believed to the means of getting ultimate Salvation purifying oneself from all bad deeds of our life. If you want to explore this holy place, it is just far from our sight not far from our reach. Hurry up. For booking please contact The Travel Company, Monterosa. We are always here to serve you.
Meeting point: Arrival day pickup from Kathmandu airport scheduled to your arrival timetable
02 June 2017 Day 01: Arrival to Kathmandu Airport and transfer to hotel; evening, visit Pashupatinath temple for arati, over night hotel
03 June 2017 Day 02: Katmandu – A visit to the temple of Pashupatinath, the biggest Hindu Temple in Kathmandu. After paying homage to the lord Pashupatinath, Briefing for Kailash Yatra by Helicopter & afternoon transfer to domestic Kathmandu airport & flight to Nepalgunja (450m) 55 minutes flight, overnight stay at Hotel
04 June 2017 Day 03: Morning flight to Simikot (2950m) 45 minutes flight time, Take rest and then helicopter fly to Hilsa, 30 minutes flight time, across the bridge and 1 hour drive to Purang (3800meters) Acclimatization, Overnight stay at guesthouse.
05 June 2017 Day 04: Acclimatization and rest in Purang/Taklakot
06 June 2017 Day 05: Drive to Mansarovar (4580m) Lake 3 hours drive time, Holy bath, Puja and Parikrama of Mansarovar Lake Overnight stay at guesthouse
07 June 2017 Day 06: Drive to Yamdwar (Tarboche) 2 hours drive time, the starting point of Kailash Parikarma. Trek to Dirapuk (4860m). 6-7 hours walking. Overnight at guesthouse
08 June 2017 Day 07: Trek to Dolma La pass (5636m), Trek to Zutulpuk (4790m). 10-11 hours walk Overnight stay at basic guesthouse
09 June 2017 Day 08: Trek to Chongdo then drive to Mansarovar (4580m) Lake, Overnight stay at guesthouse.
(Full moon night in Manasarovar Lake)
10 June 2017 Day 09: Early in the morning drive to Purang and Hilsa, Helicopter fly to Simikot, then airplane fly to Nepalgunja and Kathmandu, transfer to hotel
11 June 2017 Day 10: Transfer hotel to airport for final departure
Cost; NRIs or Foreigners/tourists passport holder (group join basis / privet)
Per person USD 3650 (minimum 10 person) deluxe 5 star hotel Kathmandu
Per person USD 3500 (minimum 10 person) deluxe 4 star hotel Kathmandu
Per person USD 3400 (minimum 10 person) deluxe 3 star hotel Kathmandu
Single supplement USD 350 per person (who use single room in Nepal)
Extra: Visa fee US Citizen 175, Canadian Citizen 155 and other citizen USD 85
Indian Passport holder (Group Join basis/ privet)
Per person INR 1,77,000 (minimum 17 Person) deluxe 5 star hotel Kathmandu
Per person INR 1,75,000 (minimum 17 Person ) deluxe 4 star hotel Kathmandu
Per person INR 1,72,000 (minimum 17 Person ) 3 deluxe star hotel Kathmandu
Single supplement INR 5,000 / 3500 / 2500 person (who use single room Nepal)