Kailash Yatra (Pilgrimage)

A Spiritual Sojourn to Sacred Peaks.


Kailash Yatra (Pilgrimage)

Embark on a transformative pilgrimage with Kailash Yatra, where ancient spirituality meets awe-inspiring landscapes. Journey to the sacred peaks of Kailash, where each step resonates with the echoes of devotion. Join us for an unparalleled exploration, blending adventure and enlightenment, as you connect with the divine in the heart of the Himalayas. Welcome to Kailash Yatra – where the journey transcends the physical and touches the soul.

Dates : From April 27th to September every Saturday.

Note:minimum group size 10 ( price per person US$1200.00 Not for Indian Passports) more detail in info


Note: To tailor a package according to your requirements, please contact us for customization options.

Day 01: Kathmandu to Syabrubesi

We're going to drive to Syabrubesi in the morning. The settlement of Syabrubesi is located in Langtang, in Kathmandu's northern area. We arrive in Syabrubesi after a 6–7-hour drive through the Pasang Lhamu Highway. As we arrive friendship bridge of Nepal-Tibet border. We will do all the custom formalities and then reach Kerung (also known as Gyirung), the first village in Tibet. Acclimatizing evening. Accommodation at 2 star hotel.

Altitude: 3000m

Meals: Breakfast only 

Distance: 150 km – 8-9 hours


Day 02: Kerung to Saga

The route takes us smoothly to the settlement of Saga by ascending and descending the passes of Thong La and La Lung. We will be able to witness Lake  Piku Tso and the Tibetans' customary method of yak and sheep grazing along the way. Hotel overnight. 2 star hotel


Altitude: 4640m

Meals: B

Distance: 170 km – 5 hours


Day 03: Acclimatization at Saga

We spend the day at the Saga County, to acclimatize to the altitude. There are options to go on short hikes and roam around the Saga throughout the day. Overnight at hotel in Saga. 


Altitude: 4640m


Day 04: Saga to Mansarovar via Paryang

After our breakfast at Saga, we will be driving to the highest fresh water lake in the world, the holy Mansarovar Lake, lying at an altitude of 4558 meters, stretching wide with a pristine greenish-blue color. The holy lake is believed to be the resting place of Lord Bishnu. It is surrounded by Mt. Kailash, Mt. Gurula-Mandata, and the Lake Rakshasha (Rakshash Taal). The Rakshash Taal is believed to be created by the Evil King Ravan, and the locals believe the water is poisonous. Overnight at guest house around Lake Mansarovar. 


Altitude: 4558m

Distance: 277km – 6 hours


Day 05: Mansarovar Exploration – drive to Darchen

We will explore the holy lake manasarovar and then visit the historical Chiu monastery . After the visit,  continue the drive to the base camp of Kailash, Darchen. It is a village town right in front of the sacred Mt. Kailash. Overnight at hotel. ( 2 Star hotel )


Altitude: 4575m

Distance: 110km – 2 hours (Mansarovar Parikrama)

                   40km – 1 hour (Mansarovar to Darchen)


Day 06: Darchen - Yamadwar - Drirapuk (Kora starts)

We will embark on a three – day parikrama. We first drive to the small settlement of Tarboche, also called as Darboche. It is the starting point of the Kailash Kora, and is also known as the Valley of Gods. Yamadwar, the gatewat of the God of Death, is located here in Tarboche. We will walk for a few hours to arrive at the settlement of Derapuk, settling right in front of the North Face of Mt. Kailash. Overnight and rest at a guest house. 


Altitude: 4900m

Distance: 13km – 0.5 hours (Darchen to Tarboche Valley)

                   7km – 5 hours (Tarboche to Drirapuk)


Day 07: Dirapuk to Juthulpuk (Dolma La Pass)

Among the three days of Kora, today is the longest and the most difficult day. We will be heading towards the village of Jarok Donkhang first, and hike towards the Shiva-stal. We will rest for some time, and take a steep downhill and get to the 

banks of Lham-chu Khir river. We catch sight of the Holy Pond of ‘Gaurikunda’. We reach the village of Juthulpuk, this place is named after. The famous cave of Juthulpuk, Zruthulpuk cave, also known as ‘the miracle cave’. We will also catch sight of the Buddha’s Footprints along the way. Overnight at a guest house. 


Altitude: 4760m

Distance: 19km – 8/9 hours (Dirapuk to Juthulpuk)



Day 08: Juthulpuk to Saga (Kora Ends)

We will spend the morning touring the nearby Milarepa cave's caves and temples. After breakfast, we will climb for three to four hours to finish our Kora and return to the Darchen settlement. We'll eat lunch before heading back to Saga. Hotel overnight stay.


Altitude: 4640m

Distance: 290km – 8 hours 


Day 09: Saga to Kerung

We will take a nice ride on paved Tibetan roads back to the settlement of Kerung, which is at the border between Nepal and Tibet. Today is our day off, so we may relax and spend the night at a guesthouse in Kerung.


Altitude: 3000m

Distance: 170 km – 5 hours


Day 10: Kerung to Kathmandu

After completing the immigration procedures at the Nepal-Tibet border, we will drive back to Nepal’s capital, Kathmandu. Afternoon souvenir shopping and overnight at the hotel.


Altitude: 1400m

Distance: 175 km – 8 hours





Price Includes:

  • All the necessary Tibet travel permits for Tibet

  • English speaking Tibetan tour guide 

  • Transportation by private tourist vehicle
  • Accommodation in above mentioned hotel ( Double / triple occupancy available, single supplement extra)
  • All meals and accommodations for your driver and guide 
  • All the entrance tickets for the above mentioned sightseeing
  • Mineral water and Oxygen tank in car throughout the trip (on driving days)

Price Excludes: 

  • Expenses incurred due to natural calamities, landslides, adverse weather condition or political upheaval 
  • Flight delays or cancellations due to adverse weather condition or technical reasons
  • Tips to the local guide and support team and FINE for venturing into prohibited areas
  • International and domestic airfare with airport taxes;
  • China and Nepal visa fees
  • Medical cost and Emergency rescue
  • Personal travel and Health insurance, Sleeping bags, medical kits etc.
  • Meals during the whole tour -Breakfast -Lunch and Dinner while you are in Tibet. (it may costs closer to 15/20 US $ per person per day using locally running restaurants, meals are available on the entire tirp.
  • Yaks, Horse, Potter while doing Parikarma (if you need), generally you can carry your own light day pack for 2 nights. On that case no need any helpers.


Backpack Essentials.

Fewer items, light- weight makes your travel much more comfortable.

  • Walking stick, collapsible
  • Medical kit (consult a doctor)
  • Toiletries kit (soap, shampoo, razor, toothbrush, etc)
  • Water bottle (quart or liter)
  • Boots (light-weight Gore-Tex/trekking boots)
  • Wool socks
  • T-Shirts ( 3 )
  • Supplex nylon pants/shorts (convertible: these are wonderful)
  • Nylon wind/rain suit (jacket and pants, breathable)
  • Down Jacket (we can provide here in Kathmandu as well)
  • Wool/polypropylene long underwear (shirt and pants)
  • Underpants (3 or 4)
  • Wool gloves
  • Wool hat
  • Matches and lighter (kept in checked luggage on plane)
  • Swiss Army knife (kept in checked luggage on plane)
  • Toilet paper roll (available at lodges)
  • Towel
  • Flashlight (mini-maglight) with headband and batteries
  • Clip-on sunglasses