Mt. Kailash Tour is a snow-capped bulk black peak elevated at 22,000 feet, (6,714 meters) above sea level forming part of the Trans-Himalaya in Tibet which has a unique distinction of being the world’s most venerated holy place. Before the emergence of Hinduism Jainism or Buddhism, the cosmologies relate Mount Kailash as the mythical “Mount Meru” or “Mount Sumeru”, the center of all the physical, metaphysical and spiritual universes. It has different names as entitled by different religions such as “Kang Rimpoche”, “Asthapada”, “Jewels of Snow”, “Soul of Universe” or “Center of Universe”.
The Nepal tour operator "Nepal Tours" makes a very pleasant Kailash Manasarovar Yatra every year. Please come and join us to make your pilgrimage a life long memory. Nepal Tours always welcomes you. Here is our itinerary for this year. “Om Namo Shivaaye”.
Mt. Kailash, known as Kang Rinpoche to the Tibetans, is Tibet’s most famous and most holy mountain. It is located in far Western Tibet’s Ngari Prefecture, more than 1250 kilometers/780 miles west of Lhasa. Mt. Kailash is a major pilgrimage destination to both Buddhists and Hindu’s. Each year, tens of thousands of Tibetans and Indians, along with some foreign travelers, make the long journey to Kailash to trek the pilgrimage circuit around Asia’s most revered peak. The Kailash tour is 52 kilometers / 32.5 miles in length and takes about 3 days to complete (however, some Tibetans will do the entire route in one long day). Altogether, a journey from Lhasa to Kailash and back takes between 15 and 18 days to complete.