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Kailash Mansarovar Yatra - 17 Days

Trip Start/Ends
Kathmandu, Nepal
Trip Difficulty
Challenging
Trip Style
Lodge to Lodge
Meals
BB in Kathmandu & Full Board at Kailash Yatra
Max. Elevation
5630m @ Dolma la Pass
Group Size
Min- 4 Pax
Trip Start/Ends
Kathmandu, Nepal
Trip Difficulty
Challenging
Trip Style
Lodge to Lodge
Meals
BB in Kathmandu & Full Board at Kailash Yatra
Max. Elevation
5630m @ Dolma la Pass
Group Size
Min- 4 Pax

Overview

Mount Kailash, located in Tibet, is a revered mountain of immense spiritual importance to Hindus, Buddhists, Jains, and followers of Bon, an ancient religion predating Buddhism in Tibet.

For Hindus, embarking on a journey to this sacred site is a profoundly transformative and spiritual experience, as they believe it to be the abode of Lord Shiva and his consort Parvati in a state of meditation. Similarly, Buddhists associate Kailash with the embodiment of supreme bliss, a place where the Buddha resides.

Visiting Mount Kailash offers a truly breathtaking experience, providing awe-inspiring views of the surrounding landscape, the majestic Kailash Mountain, and the tranquil lakes Rakshastal and Mansarovar. During full moon time, Mansarovar Lake radiates an ethereal beauty, making it a preferred time for pilgrimage tours. The lake is considered holy, and pilgrims take a purifying dip, believing it to cleanse them of sins and bring salvation.

The natural beauty of the area is simply unparalleled, with its towering peaks, crystalline waters, and vast stretches of untouched wilderness that seemingly extend endlessly to the horizon.

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Kailash Mansarovar Kora / Parikrama:
The Kailash Mansarovar Kora, also known as the Kailash Parikrama or a Kailash Circuit, is a sacred pilgrimage and trekking route around Mount Kailash. The Kailash Mansarovar Kora is a circular path that circumambulates Mount Kailash, covering a distance of approximately 53 kilometres (32 miles), typically requiring three full days of arduous journey to complete.

The journey commences from Darchen, situated at an altitude of 4670 meters (15318 feet). As pilgrims venture onward, you reach the highest point of the Kora, Dolma-la, an elevation of 5630 meters (18466 feet), then return to Darchen. The journey involves challenging terrain and high altitudes, making it a physically demanding but spiritually significant experience.

ACE the Himalaya, Trekking in Nepal
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