Simikot Kailash Tour, Simikot Kailash Trek via Hilsa

Simikot Kailash Tour is one of the most sacred sites for the pilgrims all around the globe. Mt Kailash is the highest peak in the Kailash Himalayan range situated in the southern part of Tibet. This trek is a famous pilgrimage tour since it is believed to have been dedicated to the Hindu deity Lord Shiva and worshippers from all around the globe come to visit the holy place. The mountain was formed about 30 million years ago and it now holds a significant importance as it is a religious site for both Buddhism and Hinduism.

  • Simikot Kailash Tour
  • Simikot Kailash Tour

The unspoiled nature-culture provides a distinctive style of trekking experience via Humla valley that leads us to Tibet’s most sacred Mount Kailash Region. The less traveled routes take us to a border of Tibet passing through the remote western region of a hidden valley alongside Karnali River. Simikot Kailash trek starts with the arid experience of Tibet through lush green forests following a pleasant trail through beautiful valleys and villages that offers us a remarkable Buddhism culture of Humleli people. The trail terminates at Hilsa, the border town of Nepal from where we begin the overland journey to the west, walking alongside the Zangpo River surrounded by the mesmerizing views of the stunning high passes that leads us to Mt. Kailash region. We walk through the non-tourist trekking zones in Nepal, winding up through the flattering prayer flags, enchanting peaceful stupas, historical monasteries and the highlight of this trek, Lake Mansarovar. Lake Mansarovar is a renowned and sacred pristine lake in which pilgrims from all around the world come to take a holy bath which is believed to erase all their sins that they have committed.

After exploring the Lake Mansarovar, we continue our Simikot Kailash tour making our way to Darchen, the 3 days Holy Kora/ Parikarma starting point. The Kora lies at a distance of 53 km and involves crossing an amazing pass known as Drolma la pass at 5600 m. A night of acclimatization here gives you an opportunity to experience the lifestyle of the local people, spending a night at the mud houses or a fixed tented camp. It also gives you a chance to roam around the area and visit monasteries that holds a significant importance to the Buddhist culture. We will climb up the trail alongside many Indian pilgrims and Tibetan devotees who come to visit the holy place. We drive over to the arid plateau of Tibet and cross the border driving back to Kathmandu. In case the border is closed, we continue our drive from Saga to Lhasa via Shigatse to catch our flight back to Kathmandu. The climb is filled with joy, picturesque villages, mesmerizing landscapes and rich culture. This beautiful journey gives the trekkers an opportunity to enjoy the majestic beauty of both Nepalese and Tibetan landscapes.

Trip Itinerary

Simikot Kailash Tour – short itinerary:

Day 01: Arrive at Kathmandu airport

Day 02: Half day sightseeing of Kathmandu and trip preparation

Day 03: Fly from Kathmandu to Nepalgunj.

Day 04: Fly to Simikot and trek to Dharapori

Day 05: Trek from Dharapori to Kermi

Day 06: Trek from Kermi to Yalbang

Day 07: Trek from Yalbang to Tumkot

Day 08: Trek from Tumkot to Yari

Day 09: Trek from Yari to Hilsa

Day 10: Trek from Hilsa to Purang

Day 11: Drive from Purang to Montser and Sightseeing in Tirthapuri

Day 12: Explore of Garuda Valley and drive to Darchen

Day 13: Trek to Derapuk monastery

Day 14: Trek via Drolma-La pass 5944m then down to Zuthulpuk Monastery

Day 15: Last of Kora, Trek to Darchen and transfer to Manasarovar

Day 16: Drive from Mansarovar to Saga

Day 17: Drive from Saga to Zhangmu

Day 18: Return journey to Kathmandu

Day 19: Final Departure from Kathmandu.

Tour Cost: Please contact us and let us know the number of members in your group, the category of hotels you would like to stay with and any other special desires and requirements of yours. We will be glad to quote you the price as per your requirements.

ESTIMATE FOR ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES IN SIMIKOT KAILASH TOUR:

  • Horse for personal use on Kora days is approx USD 300 per person extra
  • Extra ride for day trip to Astapad USD 40 per person extra
  • Extra day in Kathmandu USD 45 to 50 per person with 2 meals and twin sharing room.
  • Muktinath trip USD 650 per person including two nights in Pokhara, one night Jomsom and round trip flight to and from Jomsom with meals and private transfers.

INSURANCE:

Alpine Eco Trek highly suggests you to apply for Medical Insurance, covering emergency evacuation and all medical expenses are must for Simikot Kailash Tour. So, please be insured prior to the holy journey to the Heavenly Abode of Lord Shiva.

MEALS DURING JOURNEY:

Meals during your stay in Kathmandu are provided in package at the same hotel where you stay. Meals during the journey will be all vegetarian. Alpine Eco Trek's staff will serve you hot and delicious meal at every day breakfast, lunch and dinner on the way from Simikot to Hilsa and in Kailash Tour. We will provide you packed lunch while doing trekking from Simikot to Hilsa and Kora around Mount Kailash. And, we also suggest you to bring some of your favorite dry foods, sweets and ginger and garlic Candies along the tour. 

TOUR LEADERS, GUIDES AND STAFF:

Since our establishment, Alpine Eco Trek and Expedition (P) Ltd is a pioneer operator of Mount Kailash and Manasarovar tours. We have dozens of regular and trained tour leaders, guides, cooks, drivers and supporting crew engaged for a professional and reliable service. Extremely friendly, knowledgeable and experienced team and other first aid treatment trained crew will be there in your group to serve you and make your trip a memorable one for the rest of your life! 

TRANSPORTATION: 

We will provide transportation for Simikot Kailash Tour depending on group size like if there are below 5 we provide a Jeep, if 5 to 08 we provide a Van, if 08 to 16 we provide two vans, if above 16 up to 25 people we prove a deluxe bus.

ACCOMODATION (KATHMANDU-KAILASH TIBET):

During your stay in Kathmandu, we will provide you any kind of accommodation as per your needs. You can have a single, or double or family room in Kathmandu. We select the best categories of 3, 4 and 5 star hotels in Kathmandu. But Simikot to Hisa tented accommodation and in Kailash region is will be very basic guest house accommodation.  Read more…

HEALTH PRE- CAUTION:

Normally, at higher altitude area in Tibet including Mount Kailash and Lake Manasarover, the amount of oxygen is less in the air. Certain illness such as loss of appetite, mild headache, nausea, tiredness, breathlessness, general uneasiness, high irritability, light loss of balance, disorientation, incoherence and insomnia etc may be induced in the windy weather and high altitude area which generally is not encountered over the plains. This kind of symptoms can be seen in anyone irrespective of their age, sex and physical fitness read more ….

PACKING LIST OF SIMIKOT KAILASH TOUR:

  • Small bag pack for 3 days trekking/Parikarma/ Kora around Mount Kailash
  • Sufficient warm clothing including warm down jacket for Kailash tour.
  • essential medicines (for minor injuries / life saving kits)
  • Any regular medicines that you have been prescribed
  • Toiletries kit (shop, Shampoo, Toothpaste, tooth brush)
  • Water bottle /Thermos flask for hot water (2litters bottle)
  • Hiking shoes good for walking 3 days Kailash Kora/trekking
  • Woolen gloves, Woolen socks (minimum 4 pairs), hand clove
  • Wool / Thermo cot undergarments, wind and water proof jacket
  • T-Shirt, long shirt and pants which is easier to be while doing trekking 
  • Sunglasses, Sun lotion/cold cream, Torch light, rain coat
  • Umbrella, walking stick, Sandal for use evening & morning
  • Sweets, Zinger / garlic candies or dry fruits, lozenges, etc… Read More...

Detail Itinerary

Simikot Kailash Tour- Detailed Itinerary

Day 01: Arrive at Kathmandu airport
Upon your arrival at Kathmandu International airport, one of us from Alpine Eco Trek will greets you and transfer to your respective hotel in our private tourist vehicle. We will provide you with detail briefing about the trip and necessary stuffs that you will need during journey. Overnight at Hotel.

Day 02: Half day sightseeing of Kathmandu and trip preparation. 
Our day begins with the half day sightseeing of the city. First, the breakfast will be provided in the hotel and then continue for the sightseeing tour in Kathmandu. You will visit some famous sites such as Pashupatinath Temple and Budhanilkanth Temple. These temples are most significant holy temples of Nepal in regards to Lord Shiva & Vishnu respectively. We will also visit some UNESCO World Heritage sites and Kathmandu Durbar Square. Afternoon return to your hotel for lunch and free time can be used for personal activities and other pre tour preparation. Dinner and overnight stay at hotel.

Day 03: Fly from Kathmandu to Nepalgunj.
After exploring Kathmandu and collecting the trip documents and visas from authority, we will fly to Nepalgunj by domestic regular plane. Upon arrival at Nepalgunj airport we will be transferred to our hotel and our tour leader will brief us about next day's activities. Rest of the time will be spent resting and relaxing. Overnight at hotel.

Day 04: Fly to Simikot and trek to Dharapori
After breakfast at Nepalgunj hotel, we pack everything and board on a 40-minute flight from Nepalgunj to Simikot and appreciate the beauty of the soaring mountain cliffs from the airplane. Simikot is the head quarter of the Humla District and is still untouched the rest of the country due to its remoteness. Here, we will enjoy the unique and Tibetan influenced culture of locals and their lifestyle.  Then we will have our lunch in Simikot and also register for the permit at the police office. From here, we ascend for a while, then descend towards the village of Tuling and continue walking through jungles and villages along the Karnali River towards Dharapori. Overnight in Dharapori. Overnight under tented camp.

Day 05: Trek from Dharapori to Kermi
After breakfast at camp, we pack and ready for today's pleasant walk which is mostly flat trails that begins with the trail alongside the Karnali River. Then we walk along the fields cultivated mainly with barley, buckwheat, rice and potatoes. On the way we can see two hot springs near Kermi where we may soothe our aching bodies. Here we can also visit ancient Buddhist monasteries close to Kermi, Laikyo Gompa and Lhundrup Choeling Gompa. Overnight in Kermi. Overnight under tented camp.

Day 06: Trek from Kermi to Yalbang
After breakfast, we enjoy a flat trail for a while and steep climb until it reaches a small pass and crossing a suspension bridge over the Salli River. From here you can enjoy the views of the beautiful alpine trees and the mighty Karnali River valley. We will also visit the old and isolated Namkha Khyung Dzong Monastery. Overnight in Yalbang. Overnight under tented camp.

Day 07: Trek from Yalbang to Tumkot
After breakfast at camp, we start will walk on a trail today above the Karnali River and as we ascend further, the greenery begins to disappear and so do the smaller bushes. After reaching Tumkot, we will visit Dhungkar Choezom Monastery which is one of the most important Sakya monasteries in the Tibetan region. Overnight in Tumkot under tented camp.

Day 08: Trek from Tumkot to Yari
After breakfast, we start today's trek which is comparatively easy trail above the Karnali River. After hiking a few miles we begin to notice the change in climate, vegetation and scene which becomes more barren, rocky and isolated. Overnight in Yari under tented camp.

Day 09: Trek from Yari to Hilsa
We then cross the first pass of the trek today, the Nara La pass (4,620m). The vegetation is miserable by now and the landscape is acquainted to that of Tibet. Upon crossing the pass, we will be received by excellent views of the beautiful Tibetan plateau and Yari Village. From here, it is a difficult descent down until Hilsa, a border town which is also a dropping point for the pilgrims on their way to Mt. Kailash by helicopter. Overnight at guest house in Hilsa.

Day 10: Trek from Hilsa to Purang
After breakfast at Hilsa, we trek across the Friendship Bridge at Hilsa where the Tibetan authorities will check our permits, visa and passports. We also meet our Tibet guide over here.  After finishing official tasks we ascend from Hilsa to Purang and pass Rinzin Zangpo Gompa and Kangje Village along the way. In Purang, we visit the ancient Purang monastery and explore the unique Buddhist frescoes of 8th century. Overnight at guest house in Purang.

Day 11: Drive from Purang to Montser and Sightseeing in Tirthapuri
After breakfast, we begin our journey to Montser, on the way we pass through Rakshes Tal and Manasarovar Lake. After reaching Montser we take a rest for a while then visit Tirthapuri. Situated northwest of Mt. Kailash, the Tirthapuri Hot spring is closely associated with Padmasambhava (GURU Rinpoche). Pilgrims take a dip into the pools fed by the springs, visit the monastery containing the Guru's footprint and dig for healing stones along an hour pilgrimage route. After exploring this revered site we return back to Monter to spend the night at guest house.

Day 12: Explore of Garuda Valley and drive to Darchen
After breakfast, we will enjoy doing sightseeing of Garuda valley. It takes us about 2 hours to reach the Garuda valley that located to the southwest of Mt. Kailash. There are mysterious caves, some of which have never been explored. It says that this was the cradle of the Tibetan civilization during the time of the Shang Shung Kings, long time before Buddhism reached the roof of the world. If you are keen interested in the archeological and ancient sites, Garuda valley will be a right place to explore. After discovering the mysterious valley we drive to Darchen a small village, lies right in front of the holy Mount Kailash. Overnight at guest house

Day 13: Trek to Derapuk monastery
Today, we begin our Kora of Mount Kailash, the day starts with trekking from the Sershong and a steady walk with many other local pilgrims chanting and praying. We can see the Chuku Monastery up on the hillside from the valley. Then the trail leads to few ups and downs till we reach our camp at Derapuk where we will see many more Bon pilgrims circumambulating in the opposite direction (Anti clock-wise). Overnight at mud house or fixed tent accommodation.

Day 14: Trek via Drolma-La pass 5944m then down to Zuthulpuk Monastery
Today our trek leads to much higher altitude of the holy path just beneath the Mount Kailash. The hiking will bring us to one of the highest point at Drolma La Pass, and the pass is quickly descends to the gradual field towards Zuthulpuk monastery. In Tibetan it means magical cave. This small monastery is connected to an interesting story of talent competition between Great Yogi Milarepa (Buddhist) and Naropa (Bon). Rest of the night we will spend here. Overnight at mud house or fixed tent accommodation.  

Day 15: Last of Kora, Trek to Darchen and transfer to Manasarovar
After breakfast, we gradually wind out of the valley towards Barka plain. After completing the holy Kora of Mount Kailash at Darchen, we drive to Mansarovar Lake. The lake holds religious significance for both Hindus and Buddhists. As per Hindu theology, Lake Mansarovar is a personification of purity, and one who drinks water from the lake is believed to go to the abode of Lord Shiva after death. Buddhists also associate the lake with the legendary lake known as Anavatapta in Sanskrit where Queen Maya is believed to have conceived Buddha. Overnight at guest house in Manasarovar.

Day 16: Drive from Mansarovar to Saga
Today, we will accomplish a long drive from Mansarovar Lake to Saga traversing through the sacred historic Chiu Monastery. We continue driving past Hor Quo and across the Mayum La pass (5,200m). While passing through, we will have glimpses of small towns like Dongba and Paryang. This journey covers 270 km from Mansarovar to Paryang and connects Saga, 255 km away from Paryang. From Saga instead of going towards Lhasa, we drive along a different route to Kathmandu. Overnight at guest house in Saga.

Day 17: Drive from Saga to Zhangmu
At our return journey, we cross the Yarlung Tsangpo or Brahmaputra River and then drive to Nyalam. At the first pass we stumble upon Paigu-Tso, a huge lake with Mt. Shishapangma (8,027m) at its background. We also get a glimpse of Mt. Everest as the road climbs the Lalung La Pass (5,124m). After crossing yet another pass, Tong La (5,120m), we finally reach the border town Zhangmu. Overnight at hotel.

Day 18: Return journey to Kathmandu
After breakfast at hotel in Zhangmu, we drive to the border check point to go via the custom formalities. Reaching at Friendship Bridge, we will be saying good bye to our Tibetan guide and drivers and will walk for around 10 to 15 minutes towards Nepal.  From Kodari, the border town, it takes 5 hours drive to Kathmandu. In the evening, you are invited to celebrate the great and successful completion of our journey with a farewell dinner hosted by Alpine Eco Trek and Expedition. Overnight at hotel.

Day 19: Final Departure from Kathmandu
After breakfast you will be transferred to the Tribhuvan International Airport to board your flight back to home. This is an amazing way to end a life-changing journey. Come join us for this memorable trip.

Cost Includes/Excludes

Service includes:

01) All necessary airport arrival and departure, drop, pick up to Nepalgunj and Kodari transfers by a private coach.
02) Three night's accommodation in Kathmandu in 3/4 star standard hotel twin sharing room with full board meals.
03) Half day guided tour in Kathmandu as per mentioned in itinerary
04) Ten night's accommodations in Tibet on private room sharing basis using guesthouse / Hotel
05) One night accommodation in Nepalgunj with full board
06) Kathmandu to Nepalgunj and to Simikot regular flight fares
07) Six nights tent accommodation during Simikot trek with all kitchen logistics
08) Freshly cooked vegetarian meals 3 times a day.
09) Supporting Nepali crew including our own cooks.
10) Permits for Simikot, Manasarovar  Prikarma and Kailash Kora (round).
11) Tibet Tourism Board (TTB) approved guide.
12) Private transportation in an eight seated deluxe van for clients and small truck for staff and food during the trip.
13) Kailash Permit
14) Camping equipments for kitchen, Shower
15) Sleeping bag/ Down Jacket if needed on Returnable basis.
16) Alpine Eco Trek's Duffle bag (big bag for keeping personal clothes and equipments) & day carry hand bag
17) Experienced tour leader / co-coordinator from AET
18) ENOUGH Oxygen cylinder entire of tour
10) Yaks and Yak-men to carry baggage, food, fuel etc while making round of Mt. Kailash.
20) Priest (Brahmin) for Homa. 
21) Manasarovar Parikarma by Vehicle. 

Service Exclude:

01) Personal Pony Charges (will cost US$ 300 to 400 per pony and helper for three days)
02) Personal expenses like shopping, phone calls, extra drinks, laundry, yak etc.
03) Any additional expenses caused by reasons beyond our control such as natural calamities, flight delays, rescheduling or cancellations, accidents etc.
04) Tips to drivers, hotel staff.
05) Extra cost of transportation, Porterage etc involved due landslides, snowfall.
06) Services other than specified. Extra days stay at Kathmandu than 3 nights/ any other place.

Why travel with us?

Why travel with us?

Small Group
A Smaller number of people means more attention and better access to the group leader for a more intimate and personalized experience. The primary goal of our trek to the sacred Mount Kailash is to provide our customers with an eco-friendly, well-equipped and well-instructed crew members. A maximum of 20 or fewer pilgrims will be taken for the holy trek at a time. We ensure that the group formed is sufficient for each one of the trekkers to be well attended, as well as large enough to enjoy the journey along with other pilgrims.

Commitment to Safety
The top priority of our company is to provide our valued customers with a strategically approach to their safety and security. Each year we make equal or more efforts to refine the previous operations and work on improving the already existing safety procedures. We make sure the guides and trainers provided to the customers are experienced and knowledgeable in first aid and emergency management. They are also well-trained for any emergency situations that might occur in the higher altitudes or while trekking. However, we request our customers to take precautions beforehand itself, and make precise and necessary food arrangements and give personal hygiene the most preference. Every necessary equipment such as sleeping bags, warm down jacket etc. required for the holy trek will be provided to you. Our customer's health and safety is our prior concern, therefore we carry first aid kits and Portable Altitude Chambers (Gaymow Bag) for any high altitude sickness emergency.

Stress Free Travel
Even tiny hurdles along the way can ruin the excitement of the journey. Alpine Eco Trek aims to minimize almost every hassle and tedium that is most likely to come in the way while trekking. This not only kills the mood but distracts you from admiring the most beautiful parts of the journey. Hence, starting from your arrival day itself, our team fully devote themselves to your service. Our crew members make sure every aspect of the travel including accommodation, transportation, and the food is taken care of beforehand. We make confirmations with every lodges, hotels, private bus and vans for an efficient and reliable service before we start the trek. Every entrance fees for monasteries, palaces, etc. on the way will be included in the itinerary itself and a deluxe van or a regular van will be on standby, giving us the freedom to explore the area if requested.

Quality Service
Compromising the quality of the services that Alpine Eco Trek offers, is never an option under any circumstances. Every trek we organize is an updated version of the previous treks in which we make the necessary changes and reconsider various aspects. From the equipment provided to the travelers, for example, sleeping bags, quality down jackets to the littlest guidance on the trek, every aspect of the trek is precisely focused and worked on, for the comfortable trip of our customers. The main focus is given to the most basic factors of the tourism activities and that is the availability of transportation, comfortable accommodations, and healthy food. The holy trip to Mt. Kailash and Lake Manasarovar requires various equipment which is also taken care by us. We particularly request each of our valued customers to give us their genuine feedbacks on the overall journey to Mount Kailash that helps us monitor our drawbacks and helps design quality operations and adopt approaches useful for a better trek in the future.

Well Trained Staff
We are a firm believer that for every company to run successfully, the internal management and the team must be strong. Hence, we have built a team of professionals who show extreme passion and determination towards their work. We ensure that every customer is accompanied by a well-trained, soft-spoken and an enthusiastic team leader who makes the journey more enjoyable.

Competitive Price
To gain the trust and reliability from any customer, transparency is a must. Therefore, Alpine Eco Trek works on providing the trekkers with an affordable, competitive and transparent cost which remains same for every traveler.

Our Goal
lpine Eco Trek aims to provide the best Himalayan pilgrim travel at the most reasonable price. We believe in building a fine bonding with our customers, keeping quality and reliable services in mind. The mission of our trips is also to offer a wide range of adventure and thrill, covering most the attractions of the region. We take our customers to the most beautiful, worth seeing sites, giving them an insight into the local culture and lifestyle, while also establishing a genuine friendly bond with both, the locals and the crew.

Guidelines& Considerations
Following are some of the guidelines and considerations to make while picking a travel company for your trip:

01) Make sure that the company takes good care of their own staffs and guides by providing them with the necessary equipment, food, proper clothing, along with a good pay for their work. This shows the work ethics of the company and a respect for their staffs. Secondly, observe and be confident on how focused the itineraries provided to you are on promoting the culture and beauty of Nepal.

02) Make sure the company is a certified company and is registered under the appropriate local travel and trekking associations. Also, make sure that it is operating under the laws of the land(s) in which you will travel.

03) Ensure that the travel company you select is experienced and holds an overall knowledge about the local environmental issues of the site you are traveling to. The company should be considerate and sensitive to the issues and should respect the culture, tradition, and privacy of the inhabitants of the region.

04) Make sure that the company gives importance and consideration to the littlest details of the trip such as toilet arrangements, cooking fuel, rubbish disposal, first aid, etc

05) Make sure the company that you choose has an appropriate travel insurance and it abides by the regulations regarding operations of travel and trekking company.

Alpine Eco Trek follows all the above-mentioned guidelines in order to provide its customers with the most trouble free, eco-friendly and safe journey that they desire.

FAQs

Mt. Kailash Tour Frequently Asked Questions

Question 01: Do I Need a Passport?
Yes, you will need a passport to travel Mt. kailash and Lake Manasarovar because Kailash is located in the Autonomous Region of Tibet, China.

Question 02: What about Chinese visa?
Please be informed that this is not regular Chinese visa which you would get on your passport is not valid at Tibet. Your travel permit and Visa for travelling to Kailash and Manasarovar is organized by our company with the help of our Lhasa partner. If you are Indian passport holder you need to provide us the original passport for visa application. Foreigners can send us their passport copies by email and we will apply their visa for Kailash here in Kathmandu with their passport copies. The visa charges differ depend on nationalities, contact us for more information on Visa and permits.

Question 03: How many days required for Mt. Kailash Tour Trek?
Answer: A journey to Mt. Kailash and Lake Manasarovar require 13 days by overland (Land cruiser or Van) and 10 days by Helicopter from Simikot Region. We are also organizing Lhasa Kailash Lhasa Tour.

Question 04: How we will be doing 13 days overland tour and how about 10 days by Helicopter from Simikot?
Answer: You will be doing 13 days Kailash tour by a deluxe Van or Land cruiser. From Kathmandu to Kodari (Nepal- Tibet boarder) by a deluxe tourist coach, while in Tibet new model Land cruiser or a deluxe Van will be used. The route for the trip will be Kathmandu – Nyalam – Saga – New Dongba – Manasarovar – Darchen – Dirapuk – Zuthulpuk – Darchen – Paryang – Saga – Zhangmu – Kathmandu.

For 10 days tour by Helicopter:
Kathmandu - Nepalganj - Simikot - Hilsa (by helicopter) - Taklakot - Mansarovar - Darchen - Dirapuk - Zuthulpuk - Darchen - Mansarovar - Taklakot (by land cruiser or Van)- Hilsa - Simikot (by helicopter) - Nepalganj – Kathmandu (by regular plane or private coach).

Question 05: In how many days would I finish Mt. Kailash Kora and long it is?
Answer: The holy Kora around Mt. Kailash is approximately 53 km trek to be completed in 2 nights 3 days. Night camping will be in Dirapuk and Zuthul- Puk.

Question 06: When is the best time to Travel?
Answer: The best time to travel to Holy Mt. Kailash and Lake Manasarovar would be from the last week of April till end of October every year.

Question 07: What is Land cruiser?
Answer: Land Cruiser is the most comfortable vehicle in Tibet, a four wheel driven Japanese vehicle. We accommodate maximum 4 tourists in one land cruiser.

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Further Information:
Our website contains as much information as possible about Mount Kailash & Tibet Tours and Treks. However, if you have any questions regarding trip, please feel free to contact us. We answer all enquiries within 24 hours. If you want to book a trip, you can send us an email or contact us directly by phone: 0977 98510 36844 (Ram Kumar Adhikari).

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Trip Facts

Trip Name: Simikot Kailash tour

Duration:  19 Days including KTM

Trip Code: AETKT-002

Activity:  Trekking and Overland drive.  

Group size: Min. 02 to Max. 15 people.  

Max-Altitude:   5638m/18,500ft

Country: Nepal - Tibet/China     

Transportation: Jeep, Van or Mini bus.                

Arrival on: Kathmandu, Nepal

Departure from: Kathmandu, Nepal

Note: The best season to Travel Holy Mt. Kailash is from May to October; please try to travel always with a local and direct agent and small group – private departure dates available. All the travelers including Indian passport holders travelling to Mt. Kailash must be in possession of a current passport with at least 6 months of validity remaining.

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