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SIMIKOT TO KAILSH Trek
From Simikot to Mt. Kailash & Journey
Overland to Kathmandu.
- Trek from Western Nepal to Mt. Kailash
and Lake Manasarovar.
- Circum-trek Mt. Kailash to complete
your Pilgrimage to the
- Journey Overland through the Himalaya
Range to Nepal.
extraordinary journey takes you through the
hidden Humla valley in Nepal's western most
frontier and to Tibet's holy Mount Kailash and
mythical Lake Manasarovar. To begin this pilgrimage
we start by taking the flight to Simikot in
Nepal's remote Humla District. From here our
trek follows the ancient salt trading and pilgrimage
route towards the Nara Langa pass and to the
border trade post at Taklakot. We drive overland
north past Gurla Mandata mountain to the shores
of Lake Manasarovar and RakasTal Lake and on
to Darchen situated at the foot of Mt. Kailash.
This holy mountain is revered by Hindus, Buddhist,
Jains and Bonpos as the center of the universe.
Once there, we will make the 'kora' (holy-walk)
trek of the mountain sharing the trail with
other pilgrims that head for Kailash during
the summer months. After completing this trek
we will drive eastwards by jeeps along the mighty
Yarlung Zangpo river and through the vastness
of the Tibet Plateau. Enjoy fantastic mountain
views of the Himalayas as we journey south towards
the border town of Zangmu to re-enter Nepal
at the Friendship Bridge. This exclusive journey
is made for travelers in search of a cultural
and spiritual odyssey amidst the splendor of
the Himalayan mountain range.
trekking, camping and overland driving through
the remote and wild western Nepal and Tibet,
from 2,745m (9,000ft) to 4,880m (16,000ft) and
hiking to a maximum of 5600m (18,400ft). Fully
supported trek with all camping equipment, English
speaking guide. Overland travel in Tibet using
Japanese 4-wheel drive jeeps backed by a truck
carrying provisions and equipment. While trekking,
clients carry a light day-pack (back pack) only
and walk at an easy pace, all equipment and
luggage will be carried by porters/pack-animals/truck.
14 April-01 May, 2005
13-30 June, 2005
14-31 May, 2005
Saga Dawa Festival
07-24 Sept, 2005
07-24 Oct, 2005
starts and ends in Kathmandu, Nepal.
should arrive Kathmandu 2 days before
can be customized to include visit to
customized tours available on request.
T I N E R A R Y
Katmandu to Nepalgunj. Hotel.
to Simikot and start trek up the Humla Karnali
river through the villages of Dharapari,
Kermi, Yalbang, Yari and over the Nara Pass
[4450m] to the Tibetan trade post of Taklakot
or Purang. Camping.
||After a day
of acclimatization and exploration on the
shores of the mythical Lake Manasarovar
continue to Darchen situated dramatically
at the foot of Mt. Kailash. Camping/Guest
trek to Drira Puk, over Drolma La pass [5630m]
and Zuthul Puk to the shores of Lake Manasarovar.
overland along the Tibetan highlands past
the snow-capped Himalayan range to Nyalam
near the Nepal-Tibet border. Camping.
over the Friendship Bridge into Nepal
and drive to Kathmandu. End of Tour.
North Everest Base Camp
and Lhasa Extension:
of this tour to visit the ruins of the Guge
Kingdom at Tsaparang & Tholing or Sishapangma
Base Camp or Rongphu Monastery & North
Everest Base Camp and/or onward journey
to Lhasa is possible. Customized itineraries
for private groups are available. Please
contact us for details.
(Terms & Conditions apply)
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Himalayan Eco-Trekking (P) Ltd
404 Sagarmatha Complex, Naxal, Kathmandu.
G.P.O. Box 3606, Kathmandu, Nepal.
Tel: (+977-1) 4431594, 4424921. Fax: (+977-1) 4249986
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