The Kailash Overland Tour for foreigners and NRI (Non Residental Indian) is a two-day additional itinerary for the Overland Tour via Kerung regarded as one of the most sacred pilgrimages for Hindus, Jains, and Buddhists, as well as one of Asia's most arduous spiritual adventure tours. Also, NRI and foreigners dream to praise Kailash Mansarovar for Spiritual and visit the beauty of Kailash Mansarovar.
Kailash Mansarovar Overland Tour follows the 16 day itinerary with Visa processing if you make your arrival Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday as Visa processing takes two days for NRI and foreigners. Yolo Hike has an alternative if you are not sure you can arrive these days.
This 16-day expedition begins in Kathmandu with a bumpy and scenic drive to Kerung, which includes crossing the Nepalese border at Rasuwagadi. Tibet's blacktop roads to Lake Mansarovar and Mount Kailash provide spectacular views of snowcapped mountains and vast Tibetan plains which take you on a pilgrimage to Mt. Kailash to pray and stroll around the sacred region.
A Kailash overland Tour for NRI and foreign passport holders provides easier access from the Kerung border as an alternate route to Mount Kailash, making Mt. Kailash widely accessible from Nepal's boundaries. A sightseeing excursion in Nepal's capital city kicks off the Kailash Overland Tour. The customized holy mount Kailash trip will take us to UNESCO world heritage sites in the Kathmandu valley. After crossing the Nepal-Tibet border, we visit the Langtang National Park before arriving at Kerung where you will cross Nepal- Tibet Border where Tibet gives you a warm hug. You will drive to the saga and explore till you reach Mansarovar which is greenish-blue in color and is located at an altitude of 4558 meters where you will see the first Glimpse of Holy Mount Kailash. The lake is said to have formerly been Lord Bishnu's resting place. Perform a Kailash Kora starting from Dirapuk, Zuthulpuk, and reach Saga. Drive back to Kerung and return to Kathmandu through Syaprubeshi.