The Kailash Parvat is a place of pilgrimage, attracting Hindus from all over the world. Taking a bath in Mansarovar and drinking its water is believed to cleanse all sins committed over a hundred lifetimes.
Those who have visited the holy spots of Lake Mansarovar and Kailash Parvat carry with them a memory of a lifetime which reminds them of the presence of Lord Shiva in their lives and gives them a feeling of peace and tranquility. The pristine beauty and serenity of these religious sites is truly awe-inspiring and instills in people the feeling of being one with Shiva.
Hindus who walk around the 32-mile circumference of Mount Kailash use the term Parikrama. Tibetans refer to the clockwise circumambulation as a Kora. Both words mean the same thing: pilgrimage.
- Day 01: Arrive at Kathmandu
- Day 02: Pashupatinath darshan, Boudhanath Stupa, and Patan Visit
- Day 03: Drive to Nylam (12,303 Feet Elevation) Travel Time 5 – 6 Hours
- Day 04: Rest day in Nylam to acclimatize (12 303 Feet Elevation)
- Day 05: Drive from Nylam to Saga (14,409 Feet Elevation) Travel Time 5 -6 hours (with Lunch break)-
- Day 06: Drive from Saga to Mansarovar (14,954 Feet Elevation) Travel Time 6 – 7Hours (370km)
- Day 07: Parikrama of Mansarovar by Bus/Jeep. Drive to Raksas Lake (14,975 Feet Elevation)-
- Day 08: Parikrama to Dehara Puk (16,404 Feet Elevation) (6-8 Hours walk on fairly flat trail)-
- Day 09: Parikrama continues to Dolma-La Pass (19,500 Feet Elevation) (10-12 hour) – Hardest but Holiest day of our pilgrimage Yatra with Dolma-La (pass) of 19,500 ft. between two valleys
- Day 10: Parikrama ends and drive to Saga
- Day 11: Drive to Kathmandu. (6 – 8 hrs)
- Day 12: Transfer to airport.