Mount Kailash Trekking via Simikot

Many trekkers used to go to Kailash Trekking via Simikot, once the border between Nepal and China was opened in 1993. We are Kailash tour package specialist. Humla is the most far-flung district in the located to the northwest side of the country Nepal. Why should you book Mount Kailash Camping tour with Nepal Kailash Trekking Agency? The route to Kailash trekking via Simikot is the shortest yet rewards you with amazing views and immense affluence in culture as well as history. Kailash trekking via Simikot is the best route regarding high altitude because Kailash tour is located in one of the highest lands with Lake Manasarovar. Mt. Kailash, located at the height of 6714 m is also named as Tise, Kang Rinpoche, and Kailasa. It is considered sacred by the Buddhist, the Hindus, Jains, as well as the Bonpos. For the Hindus, the peak is the dwelling spot of Lord Shiva; for the Bonpos, Kailash was the holy nine-story Swastika peak burning from heaven; and for the Buddhists, the peak is a worldly ridge of the immense Mandala of Boddhisatvas and Dhyani-Buddhas, which things can see in this Kailash trekking.
Visiting Kailash tour during Saga Dawa festival will be another awesome experience as it is one of the most vital festivals in Buddhist culture all around the world. It falls on the fourth lunar month, on a full moon day each year as per the Tibetan calendar which is celebrated honoring three important incidents in Buddha's existence- Birth, Nirvana as well as death. The Saga Dawa Festival going to celebrate on 5 June 2020 in Tibet.

for Saga Dawa festival group Departure as below:

24.05.2020 Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu

25.05.2020 Day 02: Sightseeing tour around Kathmandu

26.05.2020 Day 03: reserve day for group Visa

27.05.2020 Day 04: Flight to Nepalgunj (Hotel Siddhartha) (150 m)

28.05.2020 Day 05: Flight to Simikot (2970m) and Trek to Dharapuri (2349 m)

29.05.2020 Day 06: Trek to Kermi (2788 m)

30.05.2020 Day 07: Trek to Yalbang Monastery (3107 m)

31.05.2020 Day 08: Trek to Tumkot Khola (3031m)

01.06.2020 Day 09: Trek to Thado Dhunga (4050m)

02.06.2020 Day 10: Trek to Nara (4548m) La pass and Hilsa (3650 m). Drive to Purang (3885 m). Purang Himalayan Hotel

03.06.2020 Day 11: Drive to Manasarovar Lake (4565 m). Chiu Gompa Guest House

04.06.2020 Day 14: Drive to Tholing (3743 m) via visit Tirthapuri, Hotel

05.06.2020 Day 15: Drive to Tarpoche via Darchen for Saga Dawa Festival Full Moon Day and evening drive back to Darche Himalayan Hotel

06.06.2020 Day 16: Trek to Dirapuk (5077 m) Guest House

07.06.2020 Day 17: Trek to Juthulpuk (4807 m) crossing Dolma La pass (5640 m) Guest House

08.06.2020 Day 18: a short trek to Darchen then Drive to Hortu (Manasarovar Lake

09.06.2020 Day 19: Rest day, explore to Serlung Monastery on foot.

10.06.2020 Day 20: Drive to Saga (3502 m) Hotel

11.06.2020 Day 21: Drive to Kerong (2900m)

12.06.2020 Day 22: Cross Tibet immigration of Kerung and continue to drive to Kathmandu

13.06.2020 Day 23: Kathmandu free day (Spare day)

14.06.2020 Day 24: Transfer to Airport (back to Home Country)

Cost Include:
1. Airport Pick up drops 3 times by private coach/van
2. One full day Kathmandu sightseeing (Pashupati, Boudha, Kathmandu Darbar square,and Swayambhu)
3. Nepalgunj airport transfers
4. Kathmandu Hotel 3 Nights
5. Nepalgunj hotel for one night with full board meal
6. Kathmandu Nepalgunj flight
7. Nepalgunj to Simikot flight
8. Nepali Guide airfare to Simikot from Kathmandu
9. Cook land transfer to Nepalgunj - flight to Simkot (one day before)
10. Cargo
11. Needed Mules & 3 kitchen staffs from Simikot
12. Meals from own camping kitchen by trekking cook during Nepal part (Breakfast, lunch, and Dinner with tea/coffee/hot water),
13. Tent, mattress, table, chairs and cooking utensils during camping trek
14. Humla special permit
15. Humla community fees
16. Chinese visa fee with Nepal Guide
17. Camping charge made by local (community)
18. One bus pick up from Kyirung border
19. Guide/Cook salary/insurance,
20. sleep at local Guesthouse/hotel with their food in Tibet part).
21. Rain protection duffel bag for luggage
22. Hilsa border crossing (local community robbery) fee
23. Accommodation as mentioned in the program
24. All necessary Tibet entry and road permits
25. 1 Local Tibetan English speaking guide,
26. Conditional Transportation (one van) in Tibet
27. All entry fees to the sites and monasteries in Tibet
28. Porters around Kailash trek
29. Different kinds of snacks like biscuits, dried fruit, toast, coffee, tea, etc for the Breakfast for the enti tour in Tibet as well as Lunch and Dinner in available hotel/restaurant
30. Kailash and Mansarovar conservation fee
31. Kailash and Mansarovar conservative bus fee
32. National grassland conservation fee
33. Oxygen in case needed during in Tibet
34. First Aid kit (suggest to have own better)
35. All staffs salary/insurance/food/accommodation
36. Farewell dinner
Note: should be at least 2 Pax

Listing created Sep 27, 2019

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