Tibet Mt.Kailash Kora 18 days Trekking(18days)

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Mt.Kailash Kora actually is a pilgrim circumambulation. Many pilgrims of all religions come to worship the mountain and to walk around it. Right now it becomes a very popular trekking route for tourists. More and more people come here to do the Kailash Kora. The kora is 53km long, starting at the town of Darchen just south of the mountain, going up the western valley, then crossing a high pass to the north of the mountain, and walking down the valley to the east of the mountain all the way back to Darchen. Our Mt.Kailash Kora still involves the holy Lake Manasarovar. The Kailash kora can be done from May to middle October.
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It is very expensive to take a private tour like this, you are suggested to click here and book our group tour to Mt. Kailash if you have a limited budget and do not want to miss any of the attractions.

 
 

Day 1: Getting into Lhasa

Transfer from Gonggar airport or Railway Station of Lhasa to your hotel, have a good rest in the afternoon to acclimatize. Overnight at Lhasa.

Day 2:

Sightseeing in Lhasa, visit Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple & Barkhor Market. Overnight at Lhasa.

Day 3:

Sightseeing in Lhasa, visit Drepung Monastery and Sera Monastery. Overnight at Lhasa


Sera Monastery

Day 4:

Driving to Gyangtse via Yamdrok Lake, visit the famous Gyantse Kumpum (300km, 7 hours). Overnight at Gyantse

Day 5:

Visiting Tashilhunpo Monastery, and Sakya Monastery. Driving to Shigatse to visit Tashilunpo Monastery, afternoon drive to Sakya, visit Sakya Monastery (240kms, 5 hours).Overnight at Lhatse


Sakya Monastery

Day 6:

Driving from Lhatse to Saga (300kms, 9 hours, 4450m high). Overnight at Saga ( Guest House, dorm bed)

Day 7:

Driving from Saga to Paryang through the windswept territory passing many villages and camps of Yak herders with the distance view of snow capped mountains(250km, 7-8 hours, 4600m high). Overnight at Paryang ( Guest House, drom bed)

Day 8:

Driving from Paryang to Lake Manasarovar through open territory with a view of distant mountains, Yak herders camp, if you are lucky enough you might come across a herd of Kang Wild Ass (294km, 8 hours, 4558m high), you will have the first sight of Holy Kailash  and Manasarovara. Overnight at the village Hore or Chiu Monastery ( Guest house, dorm bed) L + D

Day 9:

Resting and sightseeing at Lake Manasarivar. Overnight at the village Hore or Chiu Monastery ( Guest house, dorm bed)

Day 10:

Driving from Lake Manasarovar to Darchen (60km, 2 hours, 4560m high), prepare for trekking. Overnight at Kailash Hotel.

Day 11:

Trekking from Darchen to Dira-puk Monastery, 20km, takes about 5 - 6 hours. The first day parikarama is a gradual walk with multitudes of other local pilgrims chanting and praying. The trail leads to few ups and downs till we reach our camp at Dirapuk (4,750m). Camping on the nice grassy meadows with a view of Kailash, north west face at Dirapuk for overnight halt.

Day 12:

Trekking from Dira-puk Monastery to Zutul-puk Monastery by crossing Drolma-la Pass, 15km, takes about 6 - 7 hours;

Today our parikarama leads to much higher side of the holy path just beneath the Mount Kailash. The walk will bring us to one of the highest point at Drolma La, 5,200m. before descending to the gradual field towards Zuthulphuk for the overnight camp. Zuthulphuk has a small monastery

Day 13:

Trek back to Darchen,14km, 4- 5 hours;

The winding gradual tracks finally ends our holy pilgrimage 5 hours, Overnight at Darchen

Day 14:

Driving from Darchen to Paryang (4550m, 340km, 9 hours). overnight at Paryang ( Gusethouse, dorm bed).

Day 15:

Driving from Paryang to Saga (252km, 7-8 hours). Overnight at Saga ( Guesthouse, dorm bed).

Day 16:

Driving from Saga to Lhatse (300Km, 9 hours ). Overnight at Lhatse

Day 17:

Driving from Lhatse to Lhasa (450km, 7 hours). Overnight at Lhasa

Day 18: Leaving Lhasa

Transfer from your hotel to Gonggar airport or Railway Station of Lhasa in the morning, trip ends.

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