Location: Tibet, Asia
Mt. Kailash (6714m) is the most sacred mountain in Asia. It is believed to be the physical embodiment of the mythical Mt Meru, said to be the centre of the universe or ‘navel of the world’. Mt. Meru is depicted as a mandala, and its image occurs throughout both Buddhist and Hindu parts of Asia. Mt Kailas is holy to followers of four religions. To Hindus, Kailash is the abode of Shiva and nearby Manasarobar Lake is the means or soul of Brahma. Tibetans call Kailas Kang Rimpoche. Jains worship it as Mt Ashtapada, the peak from which the religion’s founder, Rishabanatha, achieved spiritual liberation. Followers of Bon-Po, the ancient pre- Buddhist shamanistic religion of Tibet, revere Kailas as the soul of Tibet. Mt. Kailash has long been an object of worship for four Major religious, for Hindu, it is a domain of Shiva, It is also the abode of samvara-a multiarmed, wrathful deity worshipped in the Chakrasamvara Tantric cycle of Tiberian Buddhism. The joins of India also reverse the mountain as the site at which the first of their saints emancipated. And in the ancient Bon religion of Tibet, Kailash was the sacred nine storeys Swastika Mountain, upon which the Banpo founder Shenrab alighted from heaven. The 53 Km. Kailash circuit is the holist of all-Hindu as well as Buddist pilgrimages and the beacon, which draws most traveller to western Tibet. It is said that a single Parikarma erases the accumulated sins of a lifetime, while 108 circumambulations will achieve Salvation.
Lake Mansarovar: At an elevation of 4510m, is more important to Hindus than to Buddhists. Hindu pilgrims make an 85km. a circuit around Manasarovar that is made longer and more difficult by marshes and complicated stream crossings. The Tibetans, being more pragmatic, often make a circuit of the lake in the winter when the streams are frozen and the route is shorter. Near Manasarovar is another large lake, Rakshas Tal, the ‘Demon Lake’ that holds far less spiritual significance.
Sprawling below Mount Kailash is the sacred lake Manasarovar (4510m), where ritual bath will deliver a pilgrim to Brahm's paradise and drink of its water relinquishes the sins of a hundred lifetimes
Mount Kailash (6714m) is Holy Mountain for all religion which is considered as a sign of universal brotherhood. Just close by Mount Kailash, Lake Manasarovar is on the way. Before taking Parikrama of Mount Kailash, you can have a holy bath. We operate a fixed departure every year to Kailash Mansarovar Tour. 14 Days Kailash Mansarovar Yatra by Overland is popular among Indian, similarly 11 Days Kailash Yatra by Helicopter also most popular. Mansarovar Lake, Mansarovar is holy lake just close to Mount Kailash, on the way. Manasarovar is very beautiful on high altitude of Tibet. Once you reach there you can make around (Parikrama) or take holy bath.
|Kailash Mansarovar Yatra by Overland via Kerung - 13 Days (Guaranteed Fixed Departure Date 2018)|
|Months||Kathmandu Arrival Dates|
|June||06, 14, 20, 23 (Full Moon Trip), 27|
|July||04, 11, 18, 22 (Full Moon Trip), 25|
|August||01, 08, 15, 21 (Full Moon Trip), 29|
|September||05, 12, 20 (Full Moon Trip)|
- The Yatris for Lhasa - Kailash Tour should arrive in Kathmandu, 01 Day earlier than above-mentioned date.
- Tibet entry date is 3rd day of Kathmandu arrival.
|Tour Package||Cost on Per Person Basis|
|15 Days Package by Deluxe Bus Safari||INR 129000.00 for Indian passport holder USD 2190.00 for NRI/Foreign passport holder|
|Upgraded 5-star hotels on twin sharing basis.||USD 155.00 Per person|
|Extra days in Kathmandu on 3-star hotel (If 5-star Hotel, Cost will be extra.)||USD 45.00 Per person|
|Tirthapuri visit||USD 195.00 Per person|
|Ashtapada visit||USD 55.00 Per person|
Additional USD 300 will be applicable if the Tibetan government applies the rule of 17 tourists per bus in Tibet side.