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Hindus, Buddhists; Jain and Bon followers see 6714m high Kailash as the holiest mountain in the world.

It is considered to be the axis of the cosmos, from which four rivers, the Indus, Brahmaputra, Sutlej and the Karnali have their source and flow into the four directions. The ritual circumambulation of the mountain is part of the pilgrimage around Lake Manasarowar. The order is not important. You will start your trip "Trails of Enlightenment" at Lake Manasarowar. Stepping on its shore and taking a bath, or drinking from the water cleans the sins of a hundred rebirths. The trail around the lake is a serene experience in crystal clear environment. In summer, wild geese and Himalayan swans swim on its waters. Six of the eight gompas have been rebuilt. On a rock high above the lake is Gosul Gompa, which offers a splendid view.

We follow the canyon-like Sutlej in western direction. In midst a fantastic scenario of ochre colored castles and towers lie the 900 years old ruins of Tsaparang, the capital of the old kingdom of Guge. We drive on to Darchen, where we begin our mythical journey around Kailash; the parikrama (Skt.) or kora (Tib.).

Kailash resembles a huge natural temple. Stones, springs and hills along the way have a deeper religious meaning to the pilgrims. The trail leads through a golden-yellow steppe into the valley of the holy river and through canyons before the ascent to its highest point, Dolma La (5636m), starts. Pious wanderers mumble their prayers and ring their brass bells in front of the holy rock in which, according to legend the goddess Dolma disappeared after she had guided the first pilgrim here. To pilgrims it is the symbolic passage through the gates of death after which one is cleansed and prepared for a good rebirth.


Itinerary of Simikot Kailash Manasarover Trek in Detail

Days 01 : Arrival Ktm transfer to Hotel

Days 02 : Free day in Ktm Hotel

Days 03 : Flight: KTM - Nepalgunj transfer to Hotel

Days 04 : Flight: Nepalgunj - Simikot Trek to Dharapari, Camp

Days 05 : Trek to Kermi, Camp

Days 06 : Trek to Yalbang, Camp

Days 07 : Trek to Muchu, Camp

Days 08 : Trek to Yari, Camp

Days 09 : Trek to Sip Sip, Camp

Days 10 : Drive to Taklakot, camp

Days 11 : Drive to Mansarovar visit Rakshak Tal,camp

Days 12 : Trek to Gosul Gompa, back by Jeep to Tschiu Gompa, camp

Days 13 : Drive to Tirthapuri, camp

Days 14 : Drive to Toling - visit Tsaparang, camp

Days 15 : Drive to Darchen, camp

Days 16 : Trek to Dri ra Phuk, Camp

Days 17 : Trek to Zuthul Phuk , Camp

Days 18 : End of Trek and drive to Tirthapuri, Camp

Days 19 : Drive to Hor - visit Seralung, Camp

Days 20 : Drive to Paryang, Camp

Days 21 : Drive to Saga Camp

Days 22 : Drive to Zhangmu, Hotel (BLD)

Days 23 : Cross the border drive to KTM, transfer to Hotel (B)

Days 24 : Free day in Ktm Hotel (B)

Days 25 : Final Departure transfer to airport

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