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Mt.Kailash & Mansarobar 15 - Day Ex-Kathmandu

15 Days Trip Code NSTR262

Mt. Kailash (6714 m) - also known as Tise, Kailasa or Kang Rinpoche (Jewel of the Snows) has since time immemorial been celebrated in many Eastern cosmologies
as Mt. Meru, the axis mundi. And as the center of the physical & metaphysical universe, Mt. Meru is sacred to the Jains, the Hindus, the Buddhists and the Bonpos. For the Hindus, the mountain represents the seat of Shiva; for the Buddhists, a terrestrial projection of the cosmic Mandala of Dyani Buddhas & Boddhisatvas....The Wheel
of Life.

For the devout pilgrim a visit to Mt. Kailash and Lake Manasorovar forms the ultimate realization of their spiritual pursuit in life. And for the adventure lovers it offers ruggedness, excitement, solitude and bliss. All trips are planned to give all participants
a wholesome experience of a trip which may be rightly termed `Once-in-a-lifetime'.

Itinerary

  • Day 1: Drive Kathmandu (1300m) to Kodari. Zhangmu (2500m) and onto Nyalam (3750m.). Overnight at hotel/Camp.
  • Day 2: Drive Zhangmu/Nyalam to Pegu Tso (4350m.) (6-7 hours). Overnight Camp.
  • Day 3: Drive Pegu Tso-Zhongba (4700m.) (6-7 hours). Overnight at Camp.
  • Day 4: Drive Zhonga-Mayumla (5200m.) (6-7 hours). Overnight at Camp.
  • Day 5: Drive Mayumla- Lake Mansarovar (4550m.) (5-6 hours) Overnight at Camp.
  • Day 6: Pay homage, explore Lake Mansarovar and drive to Darchen (4560m). (1 hour). Overnight at Camp.
  • Day 7: Commence circumambulation around Mt. Kailash (parikrama). Camp at Diraphuk 4890m.) (6-7 hours). Overnight at camp.
  • Day 8: Trek and Camp at Zutrulphuk (4790m.). (6-7 hours.)
  • Day 9: Trek to Darchen (6-7 hours). Overnight at Camp.
  • Day 10: Drive to Thirthapuri (4300m.) 3 hours. Enjoy a dip in its hot spring and have a special relaxation. Overnight at Camp.
  • Day 11: Drive to Nyogze (4350m.) (6-7 hours) Overnight at Camp.
  • Day 12: Drive to Paryang (4450m.). (5-6 hours) Overnight at Camp.
  • Day 13: Drive to Saga (4400m) (6-7 hours). Overnight at Camp.
  • Day 14: Drive to Upper Nyalam (3750m.) (7-8 hours). Overnight at Camp/Hotel.
  • Day 15: Drive to Zhangmu (2300m.)- Kathmandu. (6-7 hours). Overnight at Hotel.

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