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Mount Kailash and Everest Base Camp Trekking

Experience Spiritual Adventure in the TransHimalayan Region

A part of the TransHimalaya in the Tibet Autonomous Region of China, Mount Kailash is a regular haunt of devotees, saints, ascetics and spiritual gurus. The history of this mountain peak is deeply rooted in spirituality. The splendid peak measures up to a height of 21,778 ft. Located near it is the Lake Mansarovar, a fresh-water lake which is believed to wash off one's sins. The Kailash Mansarovar Yatra as a whole is not just a journey into the mountains but an experience that reveals, charms and transforms. If you have a passion for intense spirituality, this is the journey you should undertake. Millions of people from every corner of the world travel to this divine spot to renew their inner selves and gain spiritual peace. Arrive in Kathmandu and start on a sightseeing tour of the beautiful city. Pashupatinath, Gujeswari and Jalnarayan are the key tourist attractions you'll see. Fly to Lhasa, the capital of the Tibet Autonomous Region. A sightseeing tour of Lhasa is next; visit monasteries, temples and stupas. Enjoy a scenic road journey to Shigatse – passing through picturesque valleys and colourful Tibetan villages. Later, drive to the Rongbuk Monastery, from where you'll start for the Everest Base Camp. Enjoy a wonderful trekking tour up to the Everest Base Camp. Drive to Tingri, and from there, reach Saga. Now, start on your road journey to Lake Mansarovar. Get amazed by the astounding views of Mount Kailash. Perform rituals at the holy Manasarovar Lake. Drive to Darchen, which is the base camp of Mount Kailash.

Some of the most scenic trekking tours await you in places like Darchen, Dirapukk and Zhulthulphuk. Finally, get back to Lhasa, from where you'll catch your flight to Kathmandu to travel back home.

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Itinerary

  • Day 01 : Arrive Lhasa

    Divided and united by the great Himalayan Range, the ethos, values and culture of India and Nepal share many similarities though with differences. India, the country home to the largest Hindu population and Nepal, the only declared Hindu nation of the world, has deeper roots mentioned in the Great Indian epic Ramayana, where Goddess Sita, the wife of Lord Rama, hailed from Nepal. With the common temples of deities in India and now a Himalayan Democracy, Nepal has so much in common to share.

    Divided and united by the great Himalayan Range, the ethos, values and culture of India and Nepal share many similarities though with differences. India, the country home to the largest Hindu population and Nepal, the only declared Hindu nation of the world, has deeper roots mentioned in the Great Indian epic Ramayana, where Goddess Sita, the wife of Lord Rama, hailed from Nepal. With the common temples of deities in India and now a Himalayan Democracy, Nepal has so much in common to share.

    Optional : For undertaking varied transactions in India, you can make use of debit cards, credit cards, money wallets as well as the travelers’ cheques. Airports, travel companies, some local shops provide money exchanging services to travelers. You are going to witness a good number of ATMs in the Indian cities, however, you might spot minimal or no ATMs in the rural areas and some smaller cities in India. Thus, I would recommend you to carry a sufficient amount of cash while traveling in India. If you are unable to spot any ATM then you can get the money transferred via Western Union.

    Highlights : one Two Three

    Meals : Breakfast

    Included entrances : Jantar Mantar

  • Day 02 : Lhasa Sightseeing

    Divided as well as united by the great Himalayan Range, the ethos, values and culture of India and Nepal shares many similarities though with differences. India, the country, a home to largest hindu population and Nepal, the only declared the Hindu nation of the world has deeper roots mentioned in the Great Indian epic Ramayana, where Goddess Sita, the wife of Lord Rama hailed from Nepal. The common temples of deities in India and now a Himalayan Democracy, Nepal has so much common to share.

    Optional : Divided as well as united by the great Himalayan Range, the ethos, values and culture of India and Nepal shares many similarities though with differences. India, the country, a home to largest hindu population and Nepal, the only declared Hindu nation of the world has deeper roots mentioned in the Great Indian epic Ramayana where Goddess Sita the wife of Lord Rama hailed from Nepal. The common temples of deities in India and now a Himalayan Democracy, Nepal has so much common to share. Divided as well as united by the great Himalayan Range, the ethos, values and culture of India and Nepal shares many similarities though with differences. India, the country, a home to largest hindu population and Nepal, the only declared Hindu nation of the world has deeper roots mentioned in the Great Indian epic Ramayana where Goddess Sita the wife of Lord Rama hailed from Nepal. The common temples of deities in India and now a Himalayan Democracy, Nepal has so much common to share.Divided as well as united by the great Himalayan Range, the ethos, values and culture of India and Nepal shares many similarities though with differences. India, the country, a home to largest hindu population and Nepal, the only declared Hindu nation of the world has deeper roots mentioned in the Great Indian epic Ramayana where Goddess Sita the wife of Lord Rama hailed from Nepal. The common temples of deities in India and now a Himalayan Democracy, Nepal has so much common to share.Divided as well as united by the great Himalayan Range, the ethos, values and culture of India and Nepal shares many similarities though with differences. India, the country, a home to largest hindu population and Nepal, the only declared Hindu nation of the world has deeper roots mentioned in the Great Indian epic Ramayana where Goddess Sita the wife of Lord Rama hailed from Nepal. The common temples of deities in India and now a Himalayan Democracy, Nepal has so much common to share.

    Highlights : None

    Meals : None

    Included entrances : None

  • Day 03 : Departure

    Divided and united by the great Himalayan Range, the ethos, values and culture of India and Nepal share many similarities though with differences. India, the country home to the largest Hindu population and Nepal, the only declared Hindu nation of the world, have deeper roots mentioned in the Great Indian epic Ramayana, where Goddess Sita, the wife of Lord Rama, hailed from Nepal. With the common temples of deities in India and now a Himalayan Democracy, Nepal has so much in common to share.

    Highlights : Flight

    Meals : Breakfast

Trip Dates

TRAVEL MONTH START DATE END DATE BOOKING
August'2023 22, 26, 28 BOOK YOUR SEAT
September'2023 12, 19. 26 BOOK YOUR SEAT

Trip Reviews

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Patricia | Buenos Aires Argentina

28 Jul 2022

I am back to home after wonderful holidays in India organised by Max Holidays. Both I and my husband are extremely pleased with the standard of the services offered by you and your team to make our holidays one of the finest we could ever had. The visits in Rajasthan and Kerala were amazing and the people we met during the tour were most smiling people we have ever met. Please accept our thanks for your professional services and great hospitality. We will hope to visit India again and may contact you in coming years to organise our visit to Himalayas.

  • 5.0
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Julia And Katerina | Moscow Russia

28 Jul 2022

India is a great country with amazing landscapes and beautiful water world of Kerala. Our tour to North India and Kerala was a dream holiday for us and Max Holidays and its owner Mr. Vishal Gogia did exceptionally well to put all together in a perfect way. As we told you, we are going to start tour business because we wish to send more people to your beautiful country. Next time we are coming with group. Hurray !

  • 4.3

Accommodation Style

Accommodation Divided as well as united by the great Himalayan Range, the ethos, values and culture of India and Nepal shares many similarities though with differences. India, the country, a home to largest hindu population and Nepal, the only declared Hindu nation of the world has deeper roots mentioned in the Great Indian epic Ramayana where Goddess Sita the wife of Lord Rama hailed from Nepal. The common temples of deities in India and now a Himalayan Democracy, Nepal has so much common to share. Divided as well as united by the great Himalayan Range, the ethos, values and culture of India and Nepal shares many similarities though with differences. India, the country, a home to largest hindu population and Nepal, the only declared Hindu nation of the world has deeper roots mentioned in the Great Indian epic Ramayana where Goddess Sita the wife of Lord Rama hailed from Nepal. The common temples of deities in India and now a Himalayan Democracy, Nepal has so much common to share.

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Trip Highlights

Mt. Kailash & Everest Base Camp Trekking

Travel Style

Active

Duration

17 Days

From
₹189,000
per person on group sharing
2 reviews
Start Point

Kathmandu

End Point

Kathmandu

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