- City: Kathmandu
- State: Bagmati
- Country: Nepal
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Kailash Tours offer ultimate divine experience and unparalleled wilderness scenery in western Tibet. Tourists may either start the adventure from Lhasa or Kathmandu and explore the Tibetan Buddhism and cultural development all the way across entire Tibet. The tour promises a galaxy of sacred religious attractions and supreme natural wonders, and diverse activities for tourists to experience. Check the following tours and customize a Kailash trip that works best for you.
Kailash Mansarovar Tour
Kailash Mansarovar Tour is a popular Tour in Western Part of Tibet. Mount Kailash is thought to be the holiest mountain in the Himalayas, and is generally perceived as the focal point of four of the world’s most noteworthy religions, Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jain. Kailash is flawlessly symmetrical, and as per one depiction of the peak, each of the faces appearances is produced using either crystal, ruby, gold, or lapis lazuli. Close to the base of the mountain four of the most noteworthy rivers of the Indian sub-continent, the Indus, Sutlej, Karnali (a tributary of the Ganges River) and Brahmaputra start. Mount Kailash has pulled in passionate travelers and pilgrims to its base for more than two thousand years. It is trusted that one full parikrama (kora, circuit/circumambulation) of the holy Mount Kailash (54km/32 miles) erases sins of a lifetime. The Mansarovar lake, another highlight of the trip, will hypnotize its guests with its heavenly color and crystal clarity. For those searching for a spiritual experience, this is the ultimate journey. Also the ones with the suitable physical capacities that will accept the test, this voyage will leave abandon them with everlasting memories.
Kailash Mansarovar Yatra
Kailash Mansarovar Yatra is the overland pilgrimage tour of Mount Kailash and Holy Mansarovar Lake. Mount Kailash is a peak in the Gandise Mountain range in western Tibet. Mount Kailash is regarded as the sacred mountain by four religious groups: Hindus, Buddhists, Bonis, and Jainis. They do accept that this mountain is the center of the universe. Hindus believe this mountain is the home of Lord Shiva. The journey towards Kailash Yatra is spiritual belief. Kailash Mansarovar Yatra begins from Kathmandu with a scenic drive to Kerung (newly opened border between Nepal and China/ Tibet). After customs formalities, you enter to China Land and continue your drive through an amazing landscape of Tibetan Plateau.You firstly reach to Mansarovar Lake. Mansarovar is high altitude fresh Water Lake located north of Mount Kailash with the circumference of 88 km. The word Mansarovar originates from Sanskrit with a combination of two words Mana and Sarovar. Mana denotes mind and Sarovar means lake. Then After taking a holy dip in this sacred lake you head towards base camp of Mount Kailash. Further, you start hiking to complete the kora of Mount Kailash which takes two and half days. After the end of the Kora trip, you get back to Kathmandu following the same incoming road and end this journey in Kathmandu.
Lhasa to Kailash Tour
The Lhasa to Kailash Tour takes you from the Lhasa to the fringes of Tibet. While in Lhasa, we will visit the Dalai Lama’s Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, and the amazing Drepung and Sera monasteries. Witness the craftsmanship at Gyantse, and visit Tashilhunpo monastery at Shigatse.The next part of the tour will be loaded with more natural marvels than cultural. The natural marvels are amazingly beautiful and it mesmerizes to feel it. The spiritual belief of kora is done around Mt. Kailash and will trek up to Drolma La go at just about 19,000 feet. Then at night we can be around Lake Manasarovar, the holiest lake in Tibet. Relish the beautiful excellence in transit back, making progress toward Zhangmu at the fringe.
Albeit even trekkers with not a great deal of trekking knowledge can do the visit, take note of the fact that the Kailash and Manasarovar visit requires demanding overland driving, trekking and camping, all of which happens in the remote and untamed western territories of Tibet, therefore, visitors should prepare themselves for the trip and be serious about it. For the ones with the suitable physical abilities that will acknowledge the test, this trip will leave them with long lasting recollections!
Saga Dawa Festival in Kailash
The Famous Saga Dawa Festival in Kailash being celebrated enthusiastically on the full moon day on the fourth Tibetan lunar month. It is the most important religious festival of Tibet. During the festival, everyone is seen reciting the prayers and playing the holy beads. According to the Buddhist Literary sources, this festival is celebrated to highlight when Sakyamuni (Buddha) attained the enlightenment. The most important part is replacing the Tarboche Flagpole, the famous huge pole that lies on the way of Kailash round. Every year the flagpole is brought down and new pole is erected in the place. That mo
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