Touch Divine Mount Kailash

Kailash Mansarovar Yatra with Charan Sparsh

  • Duration: 15 Days
  • Diffculty Level: Strenuous 
  • Destination: Nepal and Tibet
  • Best Time: May - Sept
  • Activity: Tour and Hiking
  • Max. Altitude: 5613 m

Take on the most passionate pilgrimage route, the Kailash Mansarovar Yatra via Kerung, and immerse yourself in the amazing Charan Sparsha (Touch Kailash) experience. Starting in Kathmandu, Nepal, our holy trip will drive to the Kerung Border, where we will finish the immigration process to enter Tibet.

The town of Saga is traversed on the way to the holy lake, Mansarovar Lake, where visitors can partake in Homa and Puja and purify with the divine water. Following that, we'll begin the tour's most anticipated activity: Kailash Kora (Parikrama).

Normally, this Parikrama lasts three days, but since Charan Sparsh is included in this bundle, the kora adds an extra day, making the total Parikrama duration four days.

We will commence this Kailash circulation starting from Darchen, the north face of Kailash Parbat, and the south side from Dirapuk. Dirapuk is 6 km away from the foothills of Mount Kailash on the north face. Before beginning the second day of the Parikrama, we will choose to touch the feet of Mount Kailash to obtain Lord Shiva's blessing and complete the Parikrama.

touching Mount Kailash is a deeply emotional and spiritual experience for Hindus, representing a sacred pilgrimage that transcends the physical realm and connects them with the divine presence of Lord Shiva. It is a journey of surrender, purification, and ultimate spiritual fulfillment.

We will then move to Zuthulpuk via Drolma La Pass (5630 m) covering a 22 Km Distance and on the fourth day we will finish Kailash Kora.

Are you excited to visit the adobe of Lord Shiva and Touch Mount Kailash?

Or visit our exclusive Kailash Package

Kailash Yatra Overland and Kailash Tour for Foreigners and Non-Residential Indians.

To be noted, Foreigners and NRI requires four days in Kathmandu for Tibet Visa Processing

Itinerary

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  • Altitude5613 m
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  • Altitude4640 m
  • AccommodationHotel
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  • Altitude2700 m
  • AccommodationHotel
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  • Altitude2380 m
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Dates & Availability

    
Start DateStart DateJune 30, 2024End DateEnd DateJuly 14, 2024StatusStatusGuaranteedPricePriceUS$2490

FAQs

  • Q1. Can I perform a Kailash Yatra without agency?

    Kailash Yatra has always become a dream for lots of travelers due to its hidden and mystic trails, stunning crystal clear Mansarovar Lake, and historic, cultural sacred Mount Kailash but due to the travel restriction from the government, the only way to perform your dream Yatra is through the agency.

  • Before you travel, you will need to have a number of documents. It is no longer possible to travel alone in Tibet, and all international tourists must join an organized and pre-booked tour led by a recognized Tibetan tour operator. The first thing you'll need is a Chinese entry visa to enter China and travel to Tibet. However, it is better not to specify that you will be traveling to Tibet while applying for a visa at your local Chinese Embassy, as this will cause complications with the visa being issued. the first permit you'll require is scanned copies of your passport and visa after you've received your visa. The permit takes about 15-20 days to process, but it can take less time during the low season for Tibetan tourism.

  • Before you travel, you will need to have a number of documents. It is no longer possible to travel alone in Tibet, and all international tourists must join an organized and pre-booked tour led by a recognized Tibetan tour operator. The first thing you'll need is a Chinese entry visa to enter China and travel to Tibet. However, it is better not to specify that you will be traveling to Tibet while applying for a visa at your local Chinese Embassy, as this will cause complications with the visa being issued. the first permit you'll require is scanned copies of your passport and visa after you've received your visa. The permit takes about 15-20 days to process, but it can take less time during the low season for Tibetan tourism.

  • In Tibet, individual travel is strictly prohibited. It is difficult to obtain a visa for Tibet on your own due to China's rigorous tourism policies. As a result, traveling alone is not an option. Travel permits, a tour guide, and a private vehicle with a driver are required for all foreigners. If you are simply staying in Lhasa and will not be visiting other parts of Tibet, a private vehicle is not required. Yolo Hike, as authorized travel and adventure organization, will arrange everything for its customers, including visas, entry permits, and other necessary documentation unless you were involved in any criminal activities.

  • All-access points to Tibet are in either mainland China or Nepal. As a result, the only way to get to Tibet is through one of the many access points that originate in these two nations. If entering Tibet from mainland China, one must apply for a Chinese visa in advance in their home country. Direct flights are available from mainland China's major cities to cities such as Beijing, Shanghai, Xi'an, Guangzhou, Chengdu, Kunming, and others. From the towns of Xining, Beijing, Chengdu, Xi'an, and Shanghai, travelers can take a train to Tibet.

    Similarly, tourists entering Tibet from Nepal must apply for a Chinese group visa at the Chinese Embassy in Kathmandu, despite having already obtained a Chinese visa. In roughly three official working days, the group visa will be ready. Visitors may reach the roof of the world, Lhasa, by a one-and-a-half-hour direct flight from Kathmandu. Nepal to Tibet Overland Tour, which takes around 6 days and includes a detour to Everest Base Camp on the North Face, is another option for getting to Lhasa.

  • There are now two types of visas available for admission into Tibet: the ordinary Chinese Entry Visa and the Tibet Group Visa for Nepalese visitors. The Chinese Entry Visa is the most common type of visa issued by the Chinese Embassy, and it is usually given to tourists visiting Tibet. The Tibet Group Visa, also known as the Group Tourist Visa, is a type of visa granted to travelers visiting Tibet from Kathmandu, Nepal. Because of the laws governing the issuing of this sort of visa, it cannot be issued immediately to an applicant. The Chinese visa can be extended in certain Chinese cities; however, the Tibet Group Visa is not capable of extension. The Tibet Group Visa is valid for 30 days or until the end of the tour (if the tour is longer than 30 days), but the Chinese visa is valid for 90 days. While a visitor can apply for a Chinese Individual Visa directly, a tour operator can only apply for a Tibet Group Visa on the tourist's behalf.

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