Kailash Manasarovar Yatra 2023 Helicopter – Lucknow 10 Days 9 Nights

0 (No Review)
From: $0,00
(0 review)

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

1 person



About this tour


Trip Overview:

Hindus visit Mount Kailash, a peak in the Himalayas, because it is considered to be the holiest of all pilgrimage sites in Hinduism. The mountain is believed to be the abode of Lord Shiva, one of the most important deities in Hinduism. Pilgrims believe that a journey to Kailash, also known as Kailash Parvat or Kailash, can bring blessings and spiritual liberation. The trek to Mount Kailash is considered to be a difficult and challenging one, but many Hindus believe that the physical hardships of the journey are a form of spiritual discipline that can purify the mind and body.


Lake Manasarovar, located in the Tibet Autonomous Region of China, is considered to be a sacred lake in Hinduism and Buddhism. According to Hindu mythology, the lake was created by the god Brahma and is considered to be a source of spiritual purification. It is believed that bathing in the lake can wash away one’s sins and that drinking its water can grant salvation.


  • Holy Mount Kailash and Lake Manasarovar
  • UNESCO World Heritage Site – Pashupatinath Temple
  • Sightseeing in Nepal
  • Three Days Parikrama (kora) around Mt. Kailash
  • Drolma La Pass – 6714m
  • Exploration of Tibet and nomad lifestyle



  • Holy Mount Kailash has remained closed since 2020 after the Covid Pandemic worldwide. The Tibet side cost is based on 2019 rates of The Foreign Exchange Rate.
  • Similarly the final cost on Nepal side will depend upon the Chinese Visa fees , new permit cost , domestic air fares and other factors. The cost are tentative and may which may subject to revise


  • Documentation:
  • Tibet Permits
  • Tibet Visas
  • Special Kailash Manasarovar Permit
  • Applicable Entrance Fees to above mentioned places
  • Transportation:
  • All ground transportation in private vehicles
  • Airport Pickup and Drop Off Service
  • Accommodation:
  • 3* Standard Accommodation where available
  • ADDITIONAL INR 40,000.00 PER PERSON | USD 500.00 PER PERSON for an upgrade to 5* standard Accommodation where available.
  • Twin Sharing Basis in Kathmandu and Tibet, Group Sharing in Kailash Region
  • Support and Crew:
  • Nepali Guide and Tibetan Guide
  • Nepali Crew Members in Kailash Region
  • Meals:
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner (VEG)
  • Drinking Water (2 bottles per day)
  • Sightseeing:
  • KATHMANDU: Pashupatinath Temple, Gujeshwari Shaktipeeth, Jalnarayan (Sleeping Vishnu) Temple
  • TIBET: Lake Manasarovar, Holy Mount Kailash, Milarepa Cave, Drolma La Pass, Yamadwar, Gauri Kunda
  • Equipment:
  • Medical Kits
  • First Aid
  • Oximeter daily check (Pulse and Oxygen Level)
  • Enough Oxygen Cylinders
  • Other Necessary Equipment
  • Stick for Parikrama
  • Clothing:
  • Down Jacket on a returnable basis
  • Duffle Bag
  • Day Backpack
  • Hat
  • Personal Expenses
  • Pony – Horseman – Helper
  • International Airfare
  • Insurance
  • Emergency Circumstances
  • Extra Nights


Our representatives will receive you at the Lucknow Railway Station/ Lucknow Airport. We will be then driving towards the Nepal Border. Enter the Nepal side, and check-into the hotel in Nepalgunj.  

Altitude: 150m

Meals: B, L, D

Distance:  188km - 4 hours

We take an hour-long early-morning flight to the Simikot village. After that, we begin our journey in a specially-chartered helicopter that will take us to the neighboring village of Hilsa, where the Karnali enters the mountain ranges on its way down to the Ganges after leaving the Tibetan Plateau. We will complete the immigration process there before traveling 56 kilometers up the Karnali to the town of Taklakot. Overnight in Taklakot.  

Altitude: 3900m

Meals: B, L, D

Distance:      1 hour (Nepalgunj – Simikot Flight) 20 minutes (Helicopter Flight (Simikot – Hilsa) 2 hours (Hilsa – Taklakot)

Spend the day at Taklakot acclimatizing to the high altitude and surroundings. There are options for short hikes around the place.  

Altitude: 3900m

Meals: B, L, D

Distance: Around Taklakot

After breakfast, we will drive to Manasarovar, one of the most sacred and beautiful lakes in the world, which is still at a height of 4560 meters above sea level. We will pause at the Rakshas Tal to take in its serene beauty before traveling to the lake of Manasarovar. The lake is also known as the "lake of the demon" and "Ravana Tal," as it is said that Ravana built it in order to gain abilities by turning to Lord Shiva and meditating on him. Locals believe the lake, which contains salt water, to be poisonous. We will then proceed in the direction of the'sun'-shaped lake of Manasarovar. The lake is said to overflow the salty water of Lake Rakshas. We will drive around the Manasarovar Kora while the lunch is being prepared. The Kora is said to be a pilgrimage route around a sacred temple, a mountain or a lake. Overnight in Manasarovar.  

Altitude: 4558m

Meals: B, L, D

Distance: 277km – 6 hours

We will get into our spiritual selves, and perform some rituals (puja) at the bank of the holy lake Manasarovar. Our staffs will provide a bucket of hot holy water for each yatri from the lake Manasarovar for bathing. After our puja and prayers, we will complete the Parikrama of the Manasarovar Lake on a Bus, and continue to the base camp of Kailash, Darchen. It is a village town right in front of the sacred Mt. Kailash. Overnight at hotel.  

Altitude: 4575m

Meals: B, L, D

Distance: 110km – 2 hours (Manasarovar Parikrama) 40km – 1 hour (Manasarovar to Darchen)

We will embark on a three – day Parikrama. We first drive to the small settlement of Tarboche, also called as Darchen. It is the starting point of the Kailash Kora, and is also known as the Valley of Gods. Yamadwar, the gateway of the God of Death, is located here in Tarboche. We will walk for a few hours to arrive at the settlement of Diraphuk, settling right in front of the North Face of Mt. Kailash. Overnight and rest at a guest house.  

Altitude: 4900m

Meals: B, L, D

Distance: 13km – 0.5 hours (Darchen to Tarboche Valley) 7km – 5 hours (Tarboche to Diraphuk)

Among the three days of Kora, today is the longest and the most difficult day. We will be heading towards the village of Jarok Donkhang first, and hike towards the Shiva-stal. We will rest for some time, and take a steep downhill and get to the banks of Lham-chu Khir river. We catch sight of the Holy Pond of Gaurikunda’. We reach the village of Juthulpuk, this place is named after. The famous cave of Juthulpuk, Zruthulpuk cave, also known as ‘the miracle cave’. We will also catch sight of the Buddha’s Footprints along the way. Overnight at a guest house.

Altitude: 4760m

Meals: B, L, D

Distance: 19km – 8/9 hours (Diraphuk to Zuthulpuk)

We will spend the morning touring the nearby Milarepa cave's caves and temples. After breakfast, we will climb for three to four hours to finish our Kora and return to the Darchen settlement. We'll eat there for lunch before heading back to Hilsa. Hotel overnight stay.

  Altitude: 3640m

Meals: B, L, D

Distance: 290km – 7 hours

We will fly to the village of Simikot after an early-morning breakfast. Once more, after reaching Simikot, we will fly towards Nepalgunj, one of the largest cities in the country, and drive to Lucknow for our final departure.  

Altitude: 1400m

Meals: B, L, D

Our representatives will drop you at the airport as per the flight timings.

Tour's Location

From: $0,00



Member Since 2023