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Private Simikot kailash Lhasa tour

Private Simikot Mt. Kailash is the most sacred pilgrimage tour in Tibet. Tours to mount Kailash has been very popular among the believers of Hindu, Jain and Bhuddist from various part of world.
This tour starts from Nepal. We will be entering from Simikot where our team will be waiting for your group. majority of your means of transportation for the tour in western Tibet is by trekking. During trek you will explore the most explored areas in western Tibet. Once when you reach Taklakot we will have our Tibet Guide and car waiting for you. From that day onward you will witness the folks devotees coming to pay homage to the holy Lake and the other holy spot in the region. Then for some days you will be following the pact with other devotees. After completing entire tour in the western Tibet region you will be travelling to Shigatse and then to Lhasa.
In Lhasa and Shigatse you will be visiting the historical places and monsateries in the respective region. We have prepared this tour itinerary with our pass experiences. Although we always custom made tour to fit your numbers of days and other criteria.



  • Day Activities
    Day 01 Fly from Kathmandu to Nepal Ganj
    Day 02 Fly to Simikot and trek to Dhara Pokhari
    Day 03 Trek to Sallie Khola, Leaving our campsite
    Day 04 Trek to Muchu
    Day 05 Rest day
    Day 06 Trek to Sipsip from Muchu,
    Day 07 Trek to Hilsa from Sipsip
    Day 08 Trek to Taklakot and drive to Manasarovar
    Day 09 At Manasarovar Lake
    Day 10 Drive to Tarboche Leaving the lake
    Day 11 Trek to Dira-puk fromTarboche
    Day 12 Trek to Zutul-puk
    Day 13 Trek to Darchen
    Day 14 Drive to Paryang
    Day 15 Drive to Saga
    Day 16 Drive to Shigatse
    Day 17 Sightseeing and drive to Gyantse
    Day 18 Sightseeing and drive to Lhasa 261km drive
    Day 19 Lhasa Sightseeing visit Jokhang Temple, Norbulingka, Sera monastery-
    Day 20 Lhasa sightseeing- Potala Palace-Drepung Monastery
    Day 21 Free day Lhasa Explore
    Day 22 Fly to Kathmandu

  • Day 01
    Fly from Kathmandu to Nepal Ganj

    This day you will be taking ninety minute flight to  far south west of Nepal. Nepal Ganj is a busy crowded town lies close to the Indian border.

    Day 02
    Flight to Simikot and trek to Dhara Pokhari

    In the morning you will take flight towards north for about 50 minutes to Simikot, the headquarters of Nepal’s most remote district of Humla. After meeting our crew. We will trek in forest above the town of Simikot, and make steep descent past Dandaphoya. The trail is then fairly level, through walnut and apricot trees, until we come to the scattered village of Dharapokhari which is divided by the Yakba Khola.

    Day 3
    Trek to Sallie Khola
    Leaving our campsite, We will trace a long screen slope and follow the river to a waterfall near the shepherds’ camp at Chachera. then climb over a ridge and bypass the village of Kermis before entering a big valley with walled fields of potato and buckwheat. After walking through a sparse pine forest we descend from the ridge to the Sallie Khola and camp by the river side.
    Day 4
    Trek to Muchu
    We cross the river and climb over a rocky ridge before descending to the grey waters of the Humla Karnali. After crossing another ridge we come to a sandy meadow where goat herders often camp by the river. Beyond the meadow the valley narrows and we cross several more ridges, passing the villages of Yalbang and Yangar. The trail then winds its way precariously above the river before we cross a suspension bridge to the village of Muchu.
    Day 5
    Rest Day

    Today is a rest day which we’ll spend in and around Muchu, exploring the village with its stone houses and Gompa.

    Day 6
    Trek to Sipsip from Muchu,We follow the trail over a ridge to the Tumkot Khola and then walk along the rocky stream bed for a short distance before beginning a steep climb through a rock-filled gully. We pass through Palbang and its bright yellow mustard fields to the small settlement of Yari and beyond here the route climbs up the valley towards a pass, the Nara Lagna. We camp below the pass in a meadow known as Sipsip.
    Day 7
    Trek to Hilsa from SipsipWe ascend steeply to a rock cairn marking the top of the Nara Lagna [4580m]. Descending from the pass, we have views of the Tibetan Plateau before arriving at the village of Ranipauwa. Beyond here, we slip and slide on a surface of loose pebbles down to the Humla Karnali.
    Day 8
    Trek to Taklakot and drive to Manasarovar

    Shortly after crossing the Nepal/Tibet border which is marked only by a stone pillar, we meet our transport and drive about 130km, via the large trading centre of Taklakot, to Manasarovar, the holiest lake of Tibet’s many lakes.

    Day 9
    At Manasarovar Lake

    Today will be spent at Manasarovar, allowing your body to acclimatize to the altitude and exploring this fascinating place. We will visit the picturesque Chiu Monastery on the North West shore of the lake with the imposing sight of Mt Kailash in the background.

    Day 10
    Drive to Tarboche Leaving the lake

    We drive for about 35 km towards Mt Kailash and Tarboche which is marked by a tall pole adorned with prayer flags. This is the starting point for our Kora, the 53km trek around the mountain.

    Day 11
    Trek to Dira-puk fromTarboche

    We walk up the Lha Chu Valley through beautiful green meadows and streams with Mt Kailash towering above us. We follow the river which enters a narrow canyon with high, steep cliffs and spectacular waterfalls. Continuing up the valley, the north face of Kailash comes into view before we reach the 13th century monastery at Dira-puk.

    Day 12
    Trek to Zutul-puk

    We now leave the Lha Chu Valley and enter the Drolma Chu Valley, heading up towards a high pass, the Drolma La [5630m]. It’s a tough climb to the summit which is festooned with prayer flags but from there it is all downhill or flat to Zutul-puk, with views of one of the highest lakes in the world, Thukpe Dzingbu Lake, known as the Lake of Compassion. As well as the monastery at Zutul-puk, there are several meditation caves and another cave containing an image of Milarepa.

    Day 13
    Trek to Darchen

    On the final day of the Kora we cross several streams, and follow an impressive gorge. Along the way we are once again treated to magnificent views of Kailash. We then enter the Bharka plain and it’s about an hour’s walk through this desert-like landscape to Darchen.

    Day 14
    Drive to Paryang

    Today is a long drive, about 300km, to Paryang. Along the way, we cross the Mayun-la and make several river crossings. The scenery along this section is some of the most panoramic of the entire journey.

    Day 15
    Drive to Saga

    We continue driving today along a 255km stretch of road to Saga, passing through the small, dusty town of Zhongba en route.

    Day 16
    Drive to Shigatse

    Today is the longest drive of our journey, 452km to Shigatse. Leaving Saga, we pass the turn-off for the northern route and skirt around a lake, passing through a series of valleys. Approaching Kaga, we’ll come across the first trees and agricultural fields that we’ve seen for many days and the town itself is situated next to a picturesque lake. We continue on to Lhatse where we join the paved Friendship Highway and follow it for the final 150km to Shigatse, the second largest city in Tibet.

    Day 17
    Sightseeing & drive to Gyantse

    This morning in Shigatse we have time to visit the Tashilhunpo Monastery, one of the largest functioning monasteries in Tibet, before driving 90km to Gyantse. Once in Gyantse, we can explore the Pelkor Chode Monastery and the Gyantse Kumbum. The Kumbum is a large gold-domed stupa and its many chapels house an impressive array of Tibetan Buddhist murals.

    Day 18
    Sightseeing & drive to Lhasa 261km drive

    Today will take us over the Caro La [5045m], where we are treated to the awesome sight of a huge glacier tumbling down to within a few hundred metres of the road. Beyond the small, developing town of Nagartse, the road follows the bank of a beautiful turquoise lake, the Yamdrok-tso, for about 20km. We then cross the Khamba La [4794m] and continue on to Lhasa, the capital of Tibet.

    day 19
    Lhasa Sightseeing visit Jokhang Temple, Norbulingka, Sera monastery

    Today will be spent visiting several of Lhasa’s many monasteries in the company of a guide. we will visit Jokhang temple in old Lhasa city, Norbulingka Palace, which is situated in the west side of Lhasa is just around a km southwest of Potala Palace and the Sera Monastery at the foot of Tatipu Hill is located in the northern suburb of Lhasa City.

    Lhasa sightseeing- Potala Palace-Drepung Monastery

    This morning we will visit the Potala Palace and the Drepung Monastery in the afternoon.

    Free day Lhasa Explore

    Your final day in Lhasa is a day of leisure in which we are free to explore further, revisit a favourite monastery or simply sit in a café overlooking the Barkor and watch the pilgrims as they circumambulate the Jokhang, stopping regularly to peruse the merchandise at the stalls lining the route. There is also the option of an additional tour to places such as the Tibetan Medical Centre, Ganden Monastery and Tsurphu Monastery, but this will incur extra costs.

    Fly to Kathmandu

    We leave Lhasa early in the morning for the 2 hour drive to Gongkar Airport and our flight back to Kathmandu. Your flight will  takes you  right across the main Himalayan range and the mountain views are spectacular. Your beautiful Tibet tour services ends.

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