About Kailash view from Lapche la
Kailash is a well-respected holy mountain situated nearby Sacred Lake Manasarovar in Tibet. After the Covid 19 pandemic, the border closed to Tibet. So seeing Kailash is abandoned for an uncertain time. But there is always the possibility of solvation of any problem. Himalayan Ecological Trekking company can offer you the chance of seeing Kailash even now! We will bring you a chance of a great opportunity to see Kailash from the east-south face from the Elevation of 5018 meters Lapche La pass. Taking 1 hr flight to southern west Terai Nepalgunj near the Indian border at a 260-meter elevation. Next, early morning will fly over the Himalayas to Simikot, landing at 2800 meters.
Participating in a Shamanism program in Simikot gives you a deep feeling of Nepalese traditions. Trekking in the remote area of Nepal along the Karnali River refreshes you far better. Bathing in the natural hot springs in such high mountains is another trip enjoyment. Crossing Nyalula 4900 meters and passing through the snowy peaks is the point of entering Limi Valley. You can see the Lapche La pass, the Tibet border already from this pass. Massive bare landscapes have begun to be seen from here. Nepal's oldest Buddhist monastery is located in HalJi.
High Tibetan culture, wild animals, belief in Buddhism and an honest and friendly ethnic tribe of this valley are a huge heritage many centuries back. Intensive viewing of Mt. Kailash and Manasarovar lakes from 5018 meters high from pass Lapche la gives you a miracle-wide view of the Tibetan Plateau.
Tibetan Monuments, wild animals, and ancient monasteries will change your mind about how peaceful life is in Limi Valley behind the Himalayas.
Visiting Cave monasteries on the cliff way back via the Hilsa border is another imaging site of the trip. Just one decade back it was the main salt trading route from Tibet to Nepal.
All the surface and air transfers, local organic foods, the best available camp equipment, a well-trained crew team, and all the legal permissions are organized for the trip.