- Mt. Kailash Kora
- Tibetan Cultural Exploration
- Tibet Highland Driving Experience
- Adventure Tour
- Ancient Monasteries and Chortens
- Panoramic Mountain Views
- Holy Lake Manasarovar
About Short Kailash trek
The Mount Kailash trek from Timure is the shortest and best route that I mentioned itinerary. It will help you to acclimatize your body coming on the way high will accept your body and can do success the trip because we have crossed the Dolmala pass (5620m). The Timure border is a crossing point located in the Rasuwa District of Nepal, near the border with Tibet, China. It serves as an entry point for travelers wishing to visit Mount Kailash.
Mount Kailash is a sacred mountain situated in the western part of Tibet's Ngari Prefecture, near the borders of Nepal. It holds religious significance for several major religions, including Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Bon. Traditionally it says while in a life able to do once Kora or Parikrama once in life the sin will go away. The journey from the Timure border to Mount Kailash involves traveling through the rugged landscapes of Tibet. It typically includes a combination of road and trekking routes.
During the journey, visitors can witness the stunning natural beauty of the region, including snow-capped peaks, high-altitude lakes, and vast open plains. The route often passes through important sites such as Mansarovar Lake, which is considered holy in Hinduism and Buddhism. Pilgrims and adventure enthusiasts undertake the journey to Mount Kailash for spiritual and personal reasons. Circumambulating the mountain is a significant ritual, with devotees completing a 52-kilometer trek around its base, known as the Kailash Kora or Parikrama.
It is important to note that travel to Mount Kailash from the Timure border requires obtaining the necessary permits and adhering to the regulations set by the Chinese and Nepalese authorities. It is advisable to consult with travel agencies or local authorities to ensure a smooth and successful journey.
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- Airport pick up and drop all with tour planning
- 3-star category hotel with BB plan in the city
- Flight as per itinerary
- All transportation as per itinerary
- Insurance and Equipment Nepali crews
- Government license holder Trekking Guide
- City Tour Guide with entrance fees and private vehicle
- Chines visa
- Medical Kit ( first add box)
- All government and local taxes
- All Camping gear accommodations during the trek
- During the trek all meals:- Breakfast, Lunch, and dinner
- All Government paperwork with National park fees In Tibet land fee
- In Tibet all transportation
- Gumba entrance fee
- Company Duffel bag
- Nepali visa fee
- International Flight
- Personal expenses (like-: Battery charge, Chocolate candy, P.T, Wi-Fi more)
- Rescue insurance
- City meals ( Lunch and Dinner) and extra night due to early arrival trekking, overstay compare to plan any reason.
- Any bottle of drink and all kinds of alcohol
- Money wire charge
- Tips for Guide, porter, and driver ( all crew during the trek with driver)
Mount Kailash: The main highlight of the trek is Mount Kailash itself. It is considered one of the most sacred mountains in the world by several religions, including Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Bon. The distinctive pyramid shape of the mountain, coupled with its spiritual significance, makes it a mesmerizing sight to behold. Once in life able to do Kora sin will take away belief in all religions
Mansarovar Lake: The trek also takes you to the serene Mansarovar Lake, which is located at the foot of Mount Kailash. The lake is revered by pilgrims and is believed to cleanse the sins of those who take a dip in its holy waters. The stunning beauty of the lake, surrounded by snow-capped peaks, adds to the spiritual atmosphere of the area.
Cultural Immersion: Throughout the trek, you have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the rich cultural heritage of the region. You will encounter Tibetan villages, monasteries, and prayer flags along the way, giving you a glimpse into the traditional lifestyle and religious practices of the local people.
Challenging Terrain: While the short Kailash trek is not as demanding as the full circumambulation of the mountain, it still presents its share of challenges. The trail involves steep ascents and descents, rocky paths, and high altitudes, which add a sense of adventure and accomplishment to the journey.
Spiritual Significance: For those seeking a spiritual experience, the short Kailash trek provides a unique opportunity for introspection and self-reflection. The sacredness of the area, coupled with the stunning natural surroundings, creates a deeply spiritual atmosphere that can be a transformative experience for many.
Pristine Natural Beauty: The trek takes you through breathtaking landscapes, including rolling hills, vast meadows, and rugged mountain ranges. The untouched beauty of the region, with its clear blue skies and pristine wilderness, is a treat for nature lovers and photography enthusiasts.
Pilgrimage Experience: The short Kailash trek allows you to be part of a pilgrimage experience that has been cherished by devout followers for centuries. Walking in the footsteps of countless pilgrims and joining them in their rituals and prayers adds a sense of reverence and connection to something greater than oneself.