Mt.Kailash and Mansarovar is the Sacred Destination Mt Kailash and the Mansorovar is the most popular pilgrimage site of the Hindu and Buddhist. Hindu believes that Lord Shiva was live in the Mt. Kailas so Every Hindu are travel to Kailas and Mansorovar for parikraama (round walk).
Mt. Kailash is stand over 6741 m above the sea level. Located on the north Himalayan range in Tibet region. Mt. Kailash is not only popular by the reasons of holy place it is also popular by its Amazing majesty with its bleautiful faces (north, south, east, west). There are Different four religion whose main spiritual destination is Mt. Kailash.
Mt. Kailash is known as the Kailash in Hindu. Hindi religion believes that lord Shiva and Parvathi are sit together in Kailash for the meditation. So it the famous spiritual place for the Hinduism. Jainism which is another main religion that considered Mt. Kailash as the spiritual place. Sumeru and Mera parvat are the name given by the Jainism. Mt. Kailash is home of the Demchok (Chakrasamvara) according Buddhism. So, it also the most famous and most visited holy place for the Buddhism.
Journey for the Mt. Kailash is started in the next day after visiting Arati at Pashupatinath Temple. We fly to the Nepalgunj then we fly by helicopter to simikot watching the scenic views of the mountains and green hills, Nepal local houses and many other amazing scene. After reaching taklakot we drive to the Mansarovar for the parikrama and Puja. We will start our Parikrama from astapatha and ends at Darchen. After reaching Kojanath Temple through sera then we fly to Kathmandu in charted helicopter.
Day 1: Arrive Kathmandu.
Day 2: Kathmandu Pashupatinath temple tour.
Day 3: Fly to Nepalgunj from Kathmandu. 450m (55 min)
Day 4: Fly Nepalgun to Simikot (2910m) 45m, helicopter fly to Hilsa, 30 minutes flight 1 hour drive to Purang (3800meters)
Day 5: Acclimatize and relax at Taklakot (3700m.
Day 6: Drive Taklakot to Mansarovar. (4550m)
Day 7: Holy Mansoravar.
Day 8: Drive to Tarboche- Astapath
Day 9: Continue Parikrama over Dromla.
Day 10: End Parikrama near Darchen.
Drive 11: To sera through Khojanath Temple.
Drive 12: Final Departure.