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               Kailash Mansarovar Yatra Rs. 69,998/-
                             16 Days
 
     
   

1st Day of Kailash Mansarovar Yatra :

Arrival at Kathmandu International Airport or bus park and transfer to Hotel Dinner and overnight at hotel.

2nd Day of Kailash Mansarovar Yatra:

Breakfast at hotel & morning Pashupatinath Darshan, Lunch at hotel afternoon Clothing inspection and tour briefing, Dinner and overnight at hotel.

3rd Day of Kailash Mansarovar Yatra:

Early breakfast at hotel, today we arrive at Tiber Lunch at border ( Nepal side). After immigration and c &nbspustom formalities we proceed to Zhangmu (Border Tibet Side), Here we meet our Chinese guide, drivers and vehicles (Toyota Land Cruiser), after immigration and custom formalities we continue drive to Nyalam (Our first overnight in China). Dinner and overnight at Lodge.

4th Day of Kailash Mansarovar Yatra :

Whole day we are here for the acclimatization; all meals will be provided, overnight at Lodge.

5th Day of Kailash Mansarovar Yatra:

After breakfast we drive to Saga (220 kms), enroute you will be passing through Lalungla Pass (16000 ft) a huge Lake-Paigu-Tso and Brahmaputra River. A delicious packed Lunch will be served on the way. Dinner and overnight at Camp / Lodge.

6th Day of Kailash Mansarovar Yatra:

After breakfast at around 9 a.m we will be proceeding to Paryang (235 kms). Throughout journey the altitude will be 15,000 ft. Lunch on the way, Dinner and overnight at Lodge.

7th Day of Kailash Mansarovar Yatra:

Today is the day for the Lifetime that you are going to have Darshan of the Holy “Mt.Kailash & Lake Mansarovar”. Day’s program as usual, after breakfast at around 9 a.m we drive through Dayumla pass (17000 ft) The highest point of the driving, lunch on the way. Dinner and overnight at Camp, Horchu.

8th Day of Kailash Mansarovar Yatra :

Till 2 pm free for Pooja and Hawan, Drive to Darchen thru Mansarovar parikrama overnight at Lodge.

9th Day of Kailash Mansarovar Yatra:

“Tough day” After breakfast drive to Tarboche (8 kms) and start trek for Kailash Parikrama to Diraphuk (16,500 ft) 12 kms, Light Lunch on the way, Food will be provided. Overnight at camp.

10th Day of Kailash Mansarovar Yatra:

This is the day every pilgrims talk about, the most difficult journey throughout the Yatra, trek up to the 18,600 fts. ( Dolmala Pass ) rest of the day’s program is same as usual. Food will be provided. Overnight at camp.

11th Day of Kailash Mansarovar Yatra:

After breakfast we trek around 6 kms, and we will be reaching to the point where the Jeep will be waiting for us. Drive to Darchen, after lunch we drive to Lake Mansarovar (horchu side) 70 kms. Overnight at tent.

12th Day of Kailash Mansarovar Yatra :

We are returning home, leaving this holy place, after breakfast drive up to Paryang, Overnight at camp (Lunch and Dinner will be provided). Overnight Paryang (230 kms).

13th Day of Kailash Mansarovar Yatra:

After breakfast Drive to Saga Light Lunch on the way, Dinner and Overnight at Camp (235 kms).

14th Day of Kailash Mansarovar Yatra :

After breakfast drive to Nyalam Light Lunch on the way, Dinner and overnight at lodge (220 kms).

15th Day of Kailash Mansarovar Yatra :

After breakfast drive to Zhangmu, after the immigration and custom formalities transfer to Nepal border. Here also you have to clear the immigration and custom Light Lunch and drive to Kathmandu (144 kms).

16th Day of Kailash Mansarovar Yatra :

Transfer to airport for departure.

 

Travel Tips for Mt. Kailash - Mansarover Yatra

Clothing & Accessories: Depending upon the season, during June, July, August till September, day time will be pleasant and quite warm with about 15-20 degrees Celsius. During afternoon time 1-4 pm can be windy. The morning and evening will be chilly between minus 2 to 0 degree Celsius. We recommend one down jacket, one warm thick pull-over, one thin pull-over, two warm pants, two light loose cotton pants, one warm windproof cotton jacket, four cotton sleeve T-shirts, two thermal under pants, two thermal vests, one rain coat, one pair each of light tennis shoes & light rubber sandal, six pairs of warm woolen socks, one light cotton or silk scarf, one large cotton or silk scarf, one pair of warm gloves, soft paper tissues, monkey cap & sun hat, two towels, Wind - Rain Jacket, sun hat, sun glass, sun cream, chopstick.
 
Transportation: During the drive we will be providing a 4-wheel drive (Land cruiser or similar), truck as a backup with all camping gear and crew. Maximum 4 people will be accommodated in a land cruiser. While on trek, during the Kora, we will provide Yaks to carry the camping & your personal heavy gears.
 
Guide/ Escort: A Tibetan/ English speaking guide will escort the group throughout the trip including few Nepali staffs for the camping.
  
Photography: As Tibet get very bright sunlight due to thin air, so taking photographs can be quite glare. We recommend you to take the advise from the photographic shop while purchasing the film rolls for Tibet. Taking photographs inside monastery will be charged as per Monastery rule. Please ask your guide before taking photographs inside the monastery or Army Camps.
 
Medicine: We suggest you to bring your own first aid kit with adequate medication regarding altitude sickness, nauseas, dehydration and some painkillers.    
 
Insurance: We highly recommend all clients to be insured against Medical, accidents & necessary emergency evacuation, if needed.
 
Physical Fitness: Before booking for this trip with us, clients should be in sound good health preparation for this trip. We advise bit of exercise like morning or evening walk or jogging.
 
Visa & Documentation: Clients must be in possession of a valid passport to obtain visa. We will require the following details from your passport at the time of booking the trip - Full Name as in Passport, Nationality, Date of issue & expiry of Passport, Passport No, Date of Birth & Occupation
 
Altitude Sickness: Acute mountain sickness is a frequent problem in the Himalayan region. The altitude of the peaks and trills between them are among highest on earth. Acclimatization to altitude above 3000 meters takes time. The body undergoes a number of physiological changes acme of which are immediate like increased pulse rate & respiratory rate. Others appear more slowly over a period of weeks like the change in acid base balance and production of extra red blood cells. These changes plus the effect of intense sunlight, walking hard & dehydration may cause a number or mild vague symptoms such as Loss of appetite, fatigue, headache, nausea, dizziness, palpitations, sleeplessness, mild shortness of breath with exercise. The best treatment is prevention! Avoid rapid ascents; take acclimatization symptoms seriously using rest days or diamox. If symptoms are severe and the patient is ill DESCEND IMMEDIATELY 300 Meters of descent or more should be sought. This usually gives rapid improvement.
 
Payment: A 50% deposit must be sent in advance to our company or its associates. Balance 50% should be paid at least 30 days before the trip departure.
 
Equipment on Trip:We provide 2 men roomy tents to sleep in. We also provide Dining Tent, Kitchen Tent, Toilet Tents, Dining Tables, Folding Chairs and full kitchen utensils.  We will provide Sleeping Bag and Foam Mattress for bed. 
 
Personal Equipment Checklist:You need at least 3 pair of change of your clothing for this trip. Shorts, skirt or lightweight trousers are ideal in the heat of the day along with T-shirt, long sleeved cotton shirts and sun hat. During the evening and the higher altitudes warmers clothing will be needed, breeches, track. Well fitting, comfortable boots are to be preferred over training shoes for the actual trekking and clothing will be required for both extremes of climate, for hot sun when trekking through the lower foothills to freezing temperatures at night when camping in the high valleys. 
 
Fiber Pile Jacket: 1
Shorts or Skirt: 1
Light Cotton Trousers: 1
Breeches/ Track Suit Bottoms/ Ultra Fleece Trousers: 1
Duvet Jacket: Down or synthetic
Wool Balaclava, Wool Mitts.
Waterproofs: Jacket and trousers
Sun Hat Scarf:  Silk/Nylon, useful for keeping the sun off the back of your neck.
Sunglasses/ Goggles: Essential to get a pair which cuts out 100% UV rays.
Sun Cream: High protection factor [15 or higher] or high altitude glacier cream.
Lip Slave/Labisan: Protection for the lips. Get one with a sunscreen.
Water Bottle: 1 Liter. Metal
Iodine: 2% Solution [TINCTURE OF IODINE] obtained from most chemists put into a small glass dropper bottle. 8 drops of iodine will sterilize 1 liter of water in 20 minutes.
Toilet Items: Soap, Towel, Toothbrush, Toothpaste, Shampoo, Comb, Sanitary protection, Toilet rolls [2], etc. Toilet paper is provided on Trek.
Head Torch: [Petzl recommended] -spare batteries and bulbs.
Sewing Kit
Small Knife: Swiss army style - has many uses.
Note Book/ Diary/ Pens
Small Padlock: Useful for locking your kit bag
4 Passport Size Photographs
A Copy of your Insurance Certificate.
Money Belt
Reading Material: (1Book).
Walkman and 2 tapes - for those early nights. Spare batteries.
Chocolate Bars, Sweets.
Personal Medical Kit.
Small plastic Bags/ Stuff Sacs or Pillow Cases: To separate and keep the gear in your kit bag in order
Cigarette Lighter: for burning toilet paper and rubbish.
 
OPTIONAL:
Ski Stick: Telescopic for easy carrying
Thermarest: Or similar self-inflating mattress, gives decadent luxury.
Camera Gear.
Games: Cards, chess etc. for the evenings.
Umbrella: Not only for rain, makes a great sunshade.
Wet Wipes: Or similar.
 
Insurance & Emergency Expenses:We suggest that clients insure themselves against a comprehensive claim policy. Which should also include Helicopter Evacuation if necessary? Please note that our Kailash Tour Package does not include any rescue or evacuation expenses in emergencies. Any Emergency arrangement other than regular straightforward tour itinerary service should be borne by the clients themselves. 
 
Camera & Films:A 35 mm system with interchangeable lens will allow you to get the best shots in most situations. A wide angle [28-35mm] and a telephoto [80-200mm] are very useful. Sky ling filters protect your lens [skylight IB] and a polarizing filter is useful for snow scenes. A brush for cleaning your lens is important and your camera and lens need to be in protective cases. Kodachrome 64 is excellent for slides and for prints 100 ASA film is suitable. Faster films may be needed if using zoom lenses and 200 ASA film would be required if you plan to visit Chitwan National Park. 12 rolls of film per trek are not too many for the enthusiast.
 
General Considerations when Packing:Keep the weight and bulk down to a minimum. Baggage allowance on most international flights is 20 Kg's/44 lbs.. Most people tend to bring more clothes than they do actually need. You will only need one change of clothes for Kathmandu. On trek it is important to dress in layers. When it is hot you will only be wearing a base layer, when it gets colder you can add to this until you are wearing most of your clothes!
 
Personal Medical Kit: We suggest that you bring the following:
Elastoplasts.
Adhesive tape 4" crepe bandage Elasticated knee and /or ankle support if you experience strain these joints Blister dressings, e.g. moleskin, compead, spenco dressings Nasal Decongestant Throat lozenges/ glucose sweets.
Wide spectrum antibiotic [Ciproxin recommended] Anti -diarrhea - Imodium or Lomotil. A course of Flagyll [treatment of giardia].

Codeine Phosphate - conspirator, cough suppressant and pain killer Cold and flu suppressant Aspirin / paracetamol.
Rehydrate powder - useful for adding to your water bottle and for fluid replacing purposes.
Small pair of scissors any special medicines you require.


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