**KAILASH MANSAROVAR YATRA with Lhasa Ali Flight (VVIP)
Day 01: Arrive Kathmandu
Arrive Kathmandu and Transfer to Hotel (5 star)
Day 02: Kathmandu Local Sightseeing Tour
Today after breakfast visit Pashupatinath & Guheswari temple. After Lunch at Hotel visit Buddha Neelkantha (Sesh Vishnu) and Swayambhunath.
Overnight at Kathmandu (5 star)
Day 03: Fly Kathmandu to Lhasa (3650Mt.)
Fly Kathmandu to Lhasa (Gonggar Airport) Arrive and transfer to Hotel (5 star)
Day 04: Lhasa Sightseeing
Today is free day in Lhasa with rest and relax for acclimatization purpose. We can arrange sightseeing tour of Lhasa city through the assistance of our Tibetan guide. Some of major attractions in Lhasa are: Potala Palace – a UNESCO World Heritage celebrated for its priceless treasury of Buddhist artifacts and bejeweled tombs of past Dalai Lamas. Potala Palace was also the tallest building in the world for 200 years following its construction in 1645. Jokhang Temple followed by Barkhor Markets – a bustling road lined with vendors where you can sample the smells and sounds of Tibet, or browse through the Thankas, masks, prayer beads and countless other treasures inherent to Tibetan custom and tradition. There will be entry fee required to visit inside these monuments which cost is extra so whoever wish to visit should pay entry fee to guide directly and the rest group can enjoy wondering around monuments.
Overnight in Five stsr Hotel.
Day 05: Fly Lhasa to Ali Drive to Mansarovar (4500M)
Transfer to Gonggar Airport for the flight to Ali. Drive about 200 Km to Mansarovar stay in Dormitory Guest House near Mansarovar.
Overnight in Guest House at Mansarovar
Day 06: Mansarovar Parikrama by Eco bus and drive to Dharchen
Today you will have another plenty time for Puja / Hawan and holy bath in Lake Manasarovar near to the shore of Chiu Gompa. You will have breakfast in the morning and take lunch in the afternoon then we will go for Mansarovar Parikrama (2 Hrs) then drive to Darchen (27Km), the base camp of Mt. Kailash where we will stay an overnight in order to prepare for trekking around Mt. Kailash. Here in Darchen, you can stroll around local market if you need anything that helpful for trekking around Mt. Kailash like trek sticks, raincoat, personal oxygen bottles, trousers, jackets, hat. Tibetan prayer flags etc.
Overnight at Hotel Himalaya Dharchen (4560M)
Day 07: Drive to Yamadwara then trek to Diraphuk (4765M)
Morning after breakfast drive to Sherson near Yama Dwar. Yama Dwar is the place, from where the groups have wonderful view of south face of Mt. Kailash very closely and normally, they split in two parts. Some members will start attempting Parikrama and some will return back to Darchen and wait for those members who have gone for Parikrama. Also, here all yaks, horses & porters will gather for Parikrama. One can blessed with ultimate darshan of Mt. Kailash south face from Yamadwar. The pilgrims who are unable to make Kora of Mt. Kailash will pray and make thrice circular of Yamadwar in the name of Lord Shiva & Parbati and return to Darchen waiting for other trekkers till 3rd day.
For Trekkers going Kora will begin after Yamadwar & Kailash darshan by walk or riding horse. Horse will be available on pre-booking and horse riders will choose their horse & horseman by picking up coupon name which should not be lost until the service end. Today the trekking is moderate follow by quite easy & flat trails with short mild ascent in between route. The trail will follow alongside the glacier river and even we cross the river (low flow) a couple of times. You will also have chance to see west face of Kailash and different image form in rocks like Ganesh, mouse, elephant, family of Lord Shiva etc. You will get experience of different religions & typical Tibetan nomads’ lifestyle on the way, while you will meet several trekkers, Hindu pilgrims, Tibetan & Bonpos devotees. Roughly, you will be crossing 14 km today and it takes around 5 to 6 hours. On the mid way, we will halt for a while at tea shop for pack lunch. Then continue slight uphill trek to Diraphuk camp with stunning glimpse of north face of Mt. Kailash. Also, those trekkers or pilgrims who reach camp earlier and fit by health may also go further walk to uphill for Charan Sparsh from camp if army permits.
Day 08: Trek Diraphuk to Zuthulphuk (4700M)
This is the toughest day of parikrama. The journey right from the beginning starts going uphill till to Dolma-La (5600 m.) then continue descending to the valley floor, the other side of Dolma-la pass. Dropping down from high pass, you will be lucky to site beautiful holy lake – Gauri Kunda at the right side underneath of hill. After continue descending valley, you will cross short glacier path and then will find tea shop for lunch break. Then after continue easy walk on flat trail but tedious with feel of similar landscape around and never ending. The last leg of the journey is along with the River Bank, up to Zuthulphuk. The highlights of the day are Shivasthal, Dolma-La and Gaurikunda which are on the way.
Overnight at Guest House Zuthulphuk (4700M)
Day 09: End of Parikrama Drive to Siquan He Town (4350M)
Today, the trail is easy & flat, so you will complete the journey within 2 hours. We will be picked up at the ending point near Darchen by our vehicle, then transferred to Darchen, here you will get lunch and continue to Ali (Siquan He Town) along with all group members.
Overnight at Siquan He Hotel
Day 10: Drive to Ngari Gunsha Airport Fly to Lhasa (3650M)
Transfer to Gunsha Airport and fly Ali to Lhasa. Arrive Gonggar Airport Lhasa transfer to Hotel.
Overnight at 5 star Hotel
Day 11: Transfer to Gonggar Airport Fly to Kathmandu
Transfer to Gonggar Airport, Fly Lhasa to Kathmandu. Arrive and transfer to Hotel.
Overnight in 5 star Hotel at Kathmandu
Day 12: Transfer to Kathmandu Airport Tour End
Drop At Kathmandu Airport, Fly Back with Sweet Memories
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