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Mt. ADI KAILASH: Among the five holy Mt. Kailash, the one in India’s Kumau region is known as Adi Kailash. Mount Adi Kailash, also known as Chhota Kailash, is a mountain in India’s Kumau region. border with Indo-Tibet. The MEA Government of India’s Kailash Mansarovar Yatra follows a similar itinerary. It resembles Tibet China’s Mount Kailash in appearance. based on myth
OM PARVAT: Om Parvat is a natural wonder since we can plainly make out the letter O on the snow-covered mountainside. This route offers stunning views of the Mountains, other scenery, and woodlands. The epic saga Here, Vyas Muni spent a considerable amount of time writing numerous important books.
We advice all passengers who wish to go for Kailash Mansarovar Yatra in Tibet before spending huge amount of Tour cost it is better to go for Adi Kailash Tour first which is cheaper but with this tour you get experience of high mountains by which one will understand hardship of travel in mountain areas like Kailash Mansarovar in Tibet. We noticed that every single one of our pilgrims who go with us on the Kailash Mansarovar Yatra (Tibet) via Nepal invariably asks if they may visit Om Parvat. Our response was “no,” as Om Parvat is on Indian soil, from which Kailash Mansarovar Yatries had travel arrangements made through the Government of India.
Formerly, getting there was challenging because there was no motorable road, but now, thanks to a new road built for the Indo-Tibetan border up to Lipulekh, it is possible. We now operate group tours to Adi Kailash and Om Parvat by vehicle, eliminating the need for trekking, and of course, with our experience spanning more than three decades in mountaineering and the Kailash Mansarovar Yatra, we operate with the utmost comfort and safety. We also guarantee wholesome and delectable vegetarian meals throughout this exciting yatra.
In addition to Om Parvat and Adi Kailash, there are numerous locations that offer breathtaking views of mountains, rivers, and other natural marvels. That are…
BHIMTAL: Bhimtal is a town and nagar panchayat in the Uttarakhand state of India’s Nainital district. It is located about 22 kilometres from Nainital at an altitude of 1370 meters above the sea level. The Bhimtal Lake, which includes an island at its centre, is the main draw of the town.
KAINCHIDHAM: Established in 1962 by the well-known Maharaj Neem Karoli Baba, the place is well-kept and kept tidy and clean.
When Shri Poornanand of the Kainchi Village and Maharaj Neem Karoli proposed creating an ashram here in honour of Sombari Maharaj and Sadhu Premi Baba, who used to perform yagnas in this very location, the idea for this location was born. Their desire came true later in 1962, and a rectangular platform was built after the forest in this area was cleared. Maharaj Ji obtained the lease of this land with the proper authorization from the Forest Conservator and built a temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman over the rectangular platform. Next to it, the Kainchi Temple was built, and an ashram was created for followers.
GOLU DEVTA TEMPLE: The god of the Indian state of Uttarakhand is Golu Devta. The most well-known temple to the deity is the Chitai Golu devta temple, which is about 4 km from the Binsar wildlife sanctuary’s main gate and about 10 kilometres from Almora.
JAGESHWAR TEMPLE: Jageshwar Temples, also known as Jageswar Temples or Jageshwar Valley Temples, are a collection of 125 historic Hindu temples that were built between the seventh and fourteenth centuries close to Almora in the Himalayan Indian state of Uttarakhand. The Dandeshwar and Jageshwar sites are two examples of the many temple clusters in the valley.
PATAL BHUBANESHWAR: Located in the Pithoragarh district of the Indian state of Uttarakhand, Patal Bhuvaneshwar is a limestone cave shrine 14 kilometres from Gangolihat. It is situated in the Bhubneshwar village. According to legend and local lore, Lord Shiva and the 33 koti demigods are worshipped in this cave.
During their Agyatwas, the Pandavas meditated in this location.
On the way Fresh up and Breakfast at Bhim Tal visit Kaichi Dham (Neem Kairoli Baba Ashram, Golu Devta Temple, Jageshwar etc. Reach to Pithoragadh by Evening. Lunch enroute, Dinner and night stay at Hotel.
After Breakfast leave for Dharchula where we have to complete Medical check up and Inner line permit formalities. Lunch, Dinner and night stay at Hotel.
After Breakfast start for Gunji by 4X4 Drive Camper in route will pass through small villages like Chia, Garbyang, Bundi, Nepalchu and stunning Mountains of Himalaya if you are lucky can have glimpse of Kasturi Mrig also. Lunch enroute, Dinner and night stay at Home stay 4 to 6 in room
After Breakfast start for Jolingkong from where we can have a stunning view of Mt. Adi Kailash, Brhama Parvat, Pandav Parvat Parvati Sarovar and will visit Parvati temple to perform pooja By Evening return to Gunji Home stay. Lunch enroute, Dinner and night stay at Hotel.
After Breakfast start for Nabi dang last post to Indo Tibet Border then proceed to Kala Pani, Om Parvat, Shesh Nag Parvat, Ved Vyas Caves and Kali Temple. Evening return to Gunji. Lunch enroute, Dinner and night stay at Hotel.
After breakfast drive back to Dharchula stay in Hotel
After breakfast will go to Patal Bhubaneswar Caves then will proceed to Hotel for overnight stay.
After breakfast proceed to Kathgodam to catch train /bus
Tour Ends with an unforgettable memories.
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