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15 Days Mount Kailash Mansarovar Yatra via Lhasa

Day 01
Arrival Kathmandu

Arrive at Kathmandu airport to start your tour to Kailash Mansarovar Yatra. Assisted transfer at the airport to the hotel. Overnight stay will be at Hotel.
Day 02
Temple Visit In Kathmandu

Breakfast in the hotel and then proceed for a half day sightseeing tour of Pashupatinath Temple and Boudhanath Stupa. Evening time free in Kathmandu. Overnight at Hotel in Kathmandu.
Day 03
Fly Kathmandu to Lhasa (3650 M) 1 Hr. 30 Minutes Flight

After breakfast get transferred to Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu to board your flight to Lhasa, Tibet. Upon arrival at Gonggar Airport- Lhasa, the group shall meet our local staff / representative who will escort the group to the pre booked hotel in Lhasa. It will take about 2 hours for the group to reach the hotel. Spend the first day free to acclimatize with the altitude as Kathmandu is at 1300 m above sea level and Lhasa is at 3650m. Spend the night at Hotel in Lhasa.
Day 04
Lhasa - After breakfast take a tour of Lhasa visiting Jokhang Temple, Barkhor Street and Potala Palace

The Jokhang Temple has undergone massive additions and reconstructions since the 7th century and particularly during the reign of 5th Dalai Lama in the 17th century. While parts of the existing temple structure date from earlier times, most of the murals are from the 18th and 19th centuries and few statues (with the notable exception of the Joyo Sakyamuni) are older than the 1980's. The Jokhang is the most celebrated temple in Tibet. Because the temple is not controlled by a particular sect of Tibetan Buddhism. It attracts adherents of all the sects as well as followers of Bon-Po, Tibet's indigenous religion. This cumulative focusing of intention and love has charged the Jokhang with an enormously powerful field of sanctity.

Barkhor Street :
Lhasa's Barkhor Street is located in the center of Lhasa. The street circles the Jokhang Temple, and has been an essential pilgrim route since the foundation of the temple. Buddhist pilgrims can be seen throughout the day and night walking, or prostrating themselves clockwise along Barkhor Street spinning their prayer wheels and chanting sutras. There is more to Barkhor Street than just a place for pilgrims to walk. Barkhor Street, often called the "Window of Tibet" is famous for its shopping.

Potala Palace :
Potala was the winter palace of the Dalailama, which was originally built in the 7th century by the king Sotsen Gampo and rebuilt to the present size by the 5th Dalai Lama in the 17th century. Built in the mid-18th century by the 7th Dalailama, Norbulingka, the Jewel Park was the Dalai Lama’s summer palace; it covers 100 acres with palaces, pavilions and a zoo. Overnight at Hotel in Lhasa.
Day 05
In Lhasa visiting Norbulinka Palace and Drepung Monastery

After breakfast, visit Norbulinka Palace and Drepung Monastery.

Norbulingka Palace :
Norbulingka, meaning Jewel Park, was Dalai Lama's summer palace since the Seventh. Its light-hearted air makes it less demanding than most sights in Lhasa. The Norbulinka is well worth a visit at festival times and public holidays. Khamsum Zilnon is a very eye-catching building behind the main gate. It was originally a Han style pavilion and later changed into a theater where the Dalai Lamas watched Tibetan opera. Tsokyil Potrang is a group of buildings on water. Dalai Lamas used to read in a hall of the palace. In 1922, the Thirteenth Dalai Lama began to build his Golden Lingka and Chensel Potrang, which is located at the back of the woods. The palace was heavily painted with murals, which bear strong Han characteristics.

Drepung Monastery :
It was established near Lhasa, Tibet in 1416 by Chojey Tashi Palden. It had four departments, of which Loseling, or "The Hermitage of the Radiant Mind," was the largest, housing more than three quarters of Drepung's ten to fifteen thousand monks. Drepung Loseling was especially close to the Dalai Lama incarnations; the Second Dalai Lama made his residence here in 1494, and subsequent incarnations maintained this link. After the Chinese Communist invasion of Tibet in 1959 and the forced closure and destruction of its 6,500 monasteries, some 250 monks from Loseling managed to escape the holocaust and rebuild their institution in Karnataka State, South India. Overnight at Hotel Brahamputra or Hotel Lhasa in Lhasa.
Day 06
Drive to Shigatse (3900 m) - 350 km/ 7-8 hrs.

After breakfast in your hotel visit Norbulinka Palace and take a drive to Shigatse which is the 2nd largest city of Tibet. Built in 1447 by the first Dalailama the Tashillunpo Monastery in Shigatse is a very important monastery in China as it is known as seat of the Panchan Lama. Night stay will be at Hotel.
Day 07
Drive from Shigatse to Lhatse (4350 m) 308 km. / 6 - 7 hrs.

Have early breakfast in your hotel and drive to Lhatse which is about 308 km. and 7 hrs drive away from Shigatse. Our representative will serve packed lunch en route. Arrive at Latse and check into the hotel Hotel.
Day 08
Drive from Lhatse to Saga (4640 m) 300 km. / 8 - 9 hrs.

Early breakfast in the hotel and continue drive to Saga. The drive is quite long today. Packed lunch will be served by our representative en route. On arrival check into Hotel Saga or equivalent for dinner and overnight stay.
Day 09
Drive Saga To Chui Gompa Lake Mansarovar (4560 M) 450 Km/ 7 - 8 Hours Drive

After breakfast, drive through Paryang (4750 m) 255 kms/ 3 - 4 hrs. Have lunch on the way. Drive through the windswept territory passing many villages and camps of Yak herders with distance view of snow capped mountains. On this day the road is quite flat, hence the drive will be comfortable compared to other days. There after drive to Hor Quo (4560 m) 223 km/ 5 - 6 hrs. We continue driving crossing Mayum La pass (5200 m) today is the day of lifetime, as we will have the first sight (Darshan) of Holy Mt. Kailash and Holy Lake Mansarovar. we drive for Holy Lake Mansarovar Parikarama & enroute view Rakshas Tal, relax and meditate at Lake Mansarovar. We arrive at Chui Gompa. O/Nt Guest Houses.
Day 10
Lake Mansarovar (4560 M)

Morning, holy bath, Puja & Havan, O/Nt At Lake Mansarovar Guest Houses.
Day 11
Drive To Tarboche (13 Km) And Trek To Dirapuk (4860 M) 7 Km/ 5 - 6 Hrs.

After breakfast, drive approx. 13 Kms. to Tarboche, the trek starting point of Kailash Parikrama. Tarboche is also known as the outer "Asthapath". The first day of our Kora is a gradual walk with multitudes of other local pilgrims chanting and praying. The trail leads us to few ups and downs till we reach our camp/guest house at Dirapuk (4860 m) 7 km/ 5 - 6 hours trek. Camping on the nice grassy meadows with a view of Kailash, North West face. Those not feeling themselves fit to continue Parikarma will drive back to Darchen and wait for the Parikarma group to return. Overnight in Camp/Guest House.
Day 12
Continue Parikrama Over Dolma La Pass (5630 M) To Zuthul Phuk (4700 M) 19 Kms. /10-11 Hrs. (O/Nt New Fixed Camp)

Today our circumbulation (Kora) leads to much higher side of the holy path just beneath the Holy Mount Kailash. The walk will bring us to one of the highest point at Dolma La, 5,630 m. before descending to the gradual field towards Zuthulphuk for the overnight stay after 5-6 hours walk. Zuthul Phuk (4700 m)19 Kms. /10-11 Hrs. Overnight in Camp.
Day 13
Zuthulphuk to Darchen Trek 10 km / 3 to 4 hrs. and Drive to Saga (4600 M)

The morning can be spent exploring the caves and visiting the temples and shrine that has been built around Milarepa's cave. A married elderly couple supervises the temple, which is usually an active residence for over half a dozen Tibetan devotees, helpers, or relatives who continuously busy themselves with the tasks of maintaining the buildings. One imagines Milarepa's disciples meditating here. Many of the caves contain meditations platforms, self-contained by dry stonewall which divide them from their cooking partitions and entrance areas. It is well worth the short climb up to these caves before beginning the final stage of the trek. The winding gradual tracks finally ends our holy pilgrimage walk 10 km/ 4 - 5 hrs. Once we reach at the trek end point near Darchen, our Luxury Bus will be waiting to take the group back to Saga by tracing our footsteps returning home leaving the Holy place. (Those who could not do Parikrama would be waiting to welcome other group members at this point). Overnight at Hotel Saga or similar.
Day 14
Drive Saga to Kathmandu

Drive downhill to Kodari & Friendship Bridge where transportation awaits for our final leg of journey to Kathmandu (150 Kms)/ 8 - 9 Hrs. Overnight at Hotel.
Day 15
Fly back to your home with memories of Sacred Kailash & Holy Lake Mansarovar

Fly back to your home with memories of Sacred Kailash & Holy Lake Mansarovar.
  • Airport / Hotel / Airport transfers in Kathmandu and Lhasa as applicable.
  • Three nights’ accommodation on twin sharing basis at Hotel in Kathmandu (pure vegetarian).
  • Two nights’ accommodation on sharing basis in Lhasa at Hotel
  • One night accommodation on sharing basis in Shiagtse.
  • One night accommodation on sharing basis in Lhatse
  • Two night accommodation in Hotel Saga
  • Two night accommodation in Paryang Parmarth Guest House
  • One night accommodation at Parmarth Chui Gompa Guest House (basic guest house) at Mansarovar without toilet / shower facility.
  • One night accommodation in basic guest house in Darchen without toilet / shower facility.
  • One night accommodation at Dirapuk guest house at Dirapuk without toilet / shower facility.
  • One night accommodation at Zuthulpuk in tent without toilet / shower facility.
  • Camping arrangement backed by Nepalese Sherpa crew on full board basis – except inside Nepal, all the meals in Lhasa, Shigatse and Shanghai would be provided in local restaurants however breakfast shall be served in respective hotels and from Saga and onwards meals shall be cooked and provided by our Sherpa staff – all meals throughout the Kailash Manasarovar via Lhasa Tour shall be pure vegetarian.
  • Services of an English speaking Nepalese team leader and an English speaking Tibetan guide from Lhasa Airport onwards.
  • Transportation inside Lhasa by a private coach however Lhasa onwards by Deluxe 4500 CC Japanese Land Cruiser
    (4 pax per land cruiser).
  • One half day sightseeing tour of Kathmandu valley.
  • Transportation Tibet Border (Kodari) / Kathmandu by a Non A/c Coach.
  • A support truck to carry food / camping equipments etc. from Saga onwards.
  • Necessary Yak & Yak men to carry your luggage (one piece per person only) for Kailash Kora
  • Applicable entrance fees to visit Monasteries.
  • Normal Tibet Entry Visa fee.
  • One duffel bag & One down jacket per person on returnable basis
  • Insurance for our sherpa team / team leader.
  • Travel & medical insurance – we strongly recommend that one should take insurance coverage to cope up with any eventuality.
  • Rescue evacuation cost in case of emergency.
  • Extra cost in the event of landslide for hiring additional transportation or porterage will be as per the current rate. 
  • Expenses of personal nature viz. soft / hard beverages, photography charges, porterage at the airports / hotels, laundry, tips, telephone calls etc.
  • Yak / Pony hiring charges for riding during Kailash Parikarma
  • Anything not specifically mentioned in the clause, “The above cost includes”.
Booking Conditions for Mount Kailash Mansarovar Yatra via Lhasa for 2015
  • Booking shall be accepted with a non-refundable deposit of INR 25,000 per person. Balance payment should be paid at least 45 days before the trip departure. Payment should be made by bank transfer to our INR or Foreign Currency Account.
  • Passport copy with minimum 6 months validity.
  • Letter from a doctor certifying that the participant is fit to undertake this pilgrimage.
  • Booking MUST be made minimum 2 months prior to each departure date.
  • Booking Form duly filled up.
Cancellation Policy for Mount Kailash Manasarovar Yatra via Lhasa for 2017
  • Once a booking is made, the deposit fee is non-refundable.

  • Token Advance Amount of Rs. 25,000 Forfeited Irrespective No. Of Days of Intimation.

  • 50% Cancellation from 15 days prior to departure.

  • 75% Cancellation from 10 days prior to departure.

  • 100% Cancellation from 7 days & below prior to departure.

  • Please send your cancellation in writing or by Email. Verbal cancellation will not be entertained.

  • All disputes regarding the conducting of the tour Subject of Jurisdiction at Ahmedabad (India).
Special Notes for Mount Kailash Manasarovar Yatra via Lhasa for 2017
  • We strongly advise to keep a provision of 1 - 2 extra days to overcome any delays.

  • Due to the nature of travel, there is always the possibility of change in the schedule. The Tour Operator or its associates shall not be liable for any such delays.

  • We or our associate agents have the right to change the Itinerary in the event of adverse weather condition or any unforeseen circumstances beyond our control.

  • The Group will be required to follow the itinerary strictly. The entire Group will enter & exit together as per schedule.

  • In case of adverse weather conditions or technical snags with the flights, there could be a possibility of flights being un-operational for a couple of days, under such circumstances, every effort shall be made to provide them lodging / boarding etc. and the best available efforts shall be made to make alternate arrangements if possible however under such circumstances, all additional charges (if any) shall be borne by the guests.
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