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  MT. KAILASH YATRA BY HELICOPTER VIA NEPALGUNJ - TAKLAKOT - 10 Nights/11 Days  
 
 
Know more about Kailash Mansarover Yatra
 
  PLACES COVERED :  
  Kathmandu - Pashupatinath - Nyalam - Saga - Prayang - Mansarover - Darchen - Dira-Puk - Zutul-Puk  
 
Day 1: Arrive Kathmandu
Arrive Kathmandu airport and transfer to Hotel by our escort
Day 2 : Visit Pashupatinath Temple
Visit Pashupatinath Mandir In the afternoon fly to Nepalgunj by domestic air transfer to Hotel with our escort – stay at Hotel
  Day 3: Fly to Simikot
 

Early morning flight to Simikot (3500m) and rest few hours Helicopter to Hilsa – drive to Taklakot – stay at Guest House

 
Day 4: Fly to Simikot
Stay free for acclimatization
Day 5: Drive to Mansarover
Drive to MANASAROVAR – (4560m.) After taking holy bath and performing Puja, Parikarma of Mansarovar lake and stay at Mansarovar lake side at the camp.
  Day 6: Drive to Darchen(4560m)
 

Drive to Darchen – (4560m.) After breakfast proceed to Darchen– stay at Guest House in Darchen.

  Day 7: Trek to Dira-Puk(4900m)
 

TREK TO DIRA-PUK (4900m) Drive about 8 km to Tarboche, this is starting point for Kora and trek to Deraphuk stay at camp. The 55 km trek around Kailash. Those who do not want to trek around Kailash and they can wait for the Kora group to return.

  Day 8: Trek to Zutul-Puk(4790m)
 

TREK TO ZUTUL-PUK (4790m) We will again proceed to Drolma Chu Valley, heading up towards a high pass, the Drolma La (5640m). It’s tough climb to the summit which is festooned with prayer flags but from there it is all downhill or flat to Zutul-puk. Stay at the camp at Zutul-puk.

  Day 9: After Short Trek Drive to Taklakot via Darchen (4560m)
 

After short Trek Drive TO TAKLAKOT Via DARCHEN (4560m)

  Day 10: Drive to Hilsa
 

Early morning drive to Hilsa – Nepalgunj/ Surkhet and fly back to Kathmandu

  Day 11: Departure for the Airport
 

Transfer to airport for onward journey.

 
  Guidelines
 
 
Accommodation
We will provide you the best tent camping or lodges on the whole journey as per our agreements and itineraries.
Health
All participants must provide health certificates given by a doctor confirming that the participant is fit for the journey of altitude up to 5700m.  We advise to bring along with you your own small first aid-kit bag.
Altitude sickness
This is an environment related conditions that can effect anyone who ascends rapidly to high elevations without acclimatizing properly.  We request you to read any book of trekking which have chapter on this matter and also consult your doctor.
Fitness
We recommend you to bring a good day pack that are fit enough to carry snacks, filled water bottle, food/snacks/camera/film/sunhat/light weight rain gear/extra clothes etc.
Insurance
Full travel insurance coverage for emergency evacuation, loss of life and property and trip cancellation is strongly recommended.
Oxygen or Portable Altitude Chamber (PAC)
Oxygen cylinder or PAC will be provided for the whole tour, depending upon our agreements – please note that Oxygen or PAC is to be used only in case of emergency.
Transportation
We will provide 4WD Japanese Land Cruiser throughout the journey in Tibet side.  Rest in Nepal side we will provide private coach only.  Truck will be provided for the trekking equipments, luggage’s and food supplies etc.
The Weather Conditions
The weather in Tibet from May to October must be expected to be dry and sunny.  Highest temperature can be 22 degree Celsius.  The temperature at night will be 0 to 10 degree Celsius at an altitude of 5000 m.
Clothing and Accessories
The recommended items are:  Down jacket, air pillow case, special shoes, woolen hat, shocks, dust mask, sweater, flash light, sunhat, sunglass, sun lotion, handy knife, water bottle, a small medical aid-kit, toilet papers, films with sufficient batteries, rain gear etc.
Food and Beverages
We will provide you in Tibet side breakfast, lunch, dinner (vegetarian), cooked by our professional and trained cook who will be taken from Kathmandu.  We will recommend you to bring sufficient supplementary food like chocolates, biscuits, nuts, bhujhya and your tinned products to add varieties to the meal.
Customs formalities
Valuable goods that are taken for personal use like radio, video camera etc. will be allowed only after clearing from custom department.
Currency
The Credit cards are not accepted.  All major foreign currency and TC are accepted in the border of China (Zhangmu Bank).  At present U$ 1 = 9 Yuen and 1 Yuen = INR 6 = NRS 10 approximately.
Responsibility
All arrangement within Tibet is solely at the direction of China, Tibet Tourism Bureau, a Government organization and we have no control over the quality of facilities.  Our company reserves the rights to change itineraries without advance notice, depending on the weather and the road conditions.
Staff, Guide and Escort
Our highly experienced Sherpa staff will be responsible for all camping and cooking arrangements.  Local English speaking guide escorts the group throughout the Tibet tour.
Visa Arrangements
We will process to arrange visa for which we require the following details before two months of the booking date:
  1. Full name
  2. Sex
  3. Date of Birth
  4. Profession
  5. Nationality
  6. Passport Number
  7. Validity of the passport should be at least six months
  8. Passport size photographs – 4 pcs.
Staff, Guide and Escort
We recommend that you bring the following items to make your journey more comfortable clothing for both extremes of climate and temperature. While driving to Kailash, it will be warm inside the vehicle and light clothing will be required. But as soon as you step out of the vehicle, warm clothing will be required to keep off the cold winds of the Tibetan Plateau. Evening will be generally cold and warm clothing will be required. We recommend that you bring the following clothing and accessories with you:
  1. Dawn jacket – provided by the company
  2. Light tennis shoes and light rubber sandal
  3. Warm thick pullover – one
  4. Warm woolen socks – six
  5. Warm thin pullover – one
  6. Light cotton or silk scarf – one
  7. Warm pants – two
  8. Large cotton or silk scarf – one
  9. Light loose cotton pants – two
  10. Warm gloves
  11. Warm windproof jacket – one
  12. Soft paper tissues and handkerchief – plenty
  13. Cotton sleeve T-shirts – four
  14. Monkey cap and sun heat – one each
  15. Thermal under pants long – two
  16. Towels (one big, one small) etc.
  17. Thermal vest/warm full T-shirts – two
  18. Rain coat with hood/Poncho (should be roomy) – one
  19. “Broken-in” pair of ankle high walking boots and one extra shoe laces.
CLOTHINGS: 
Clothing should be normally light capable providing warmth preferably dark colors so that dirt is not easily remarkable.
  • Track suits – 2
  • Shirts long sleeved made of wool less of flannel
  • Towels – 2
  • Salwar sets – 3
  • Eight pairs of cotton and two pairs of woolen spcks
  • Muffler – 1
  • One pair woolen and one pair of cotton gloves
  • Pair of sandal with back starp – one
  • One pair of hiking boots and one pair of sports shoes
  • Under garments – 6
  • Skirt for lady (good for open toilet) – 1
  • Shawl – 1
  • Woolen sweater with high neck – 1
  • Monkey cap (Balacava) – 1
  • Wind sheeter with a hood (water proof) -1
  • Pants loose fitting – 2
  • Thermals – 2 (two legging and two vests)
  • Night wears – 2
  • T-shirts – 2
TOILETRY:
  • Sun block cream
  • Tooth paste and brush
  • Soap
  • Skin moisturizer
  • Toilet tissue rolls and detergent
  • Hand mirror
  • Wide tooth comb
  • Lip balm
MISCELLANEOUS:
  • Alarm clock, *video and camera with extra batteries
  • Torch with batteries. *music cassettes
  • Nylon ropes. *note book. *water can with m-seal for bringing the Manas Holy water
  • Related books. *sun glass with retainer (thread/chain)
  • Whistle to hang around neck while doing Parikarma/Kora
  • Cigarette lighter – 1 *500 ml thermos flask holder with mug cover
  • One liter water bottle.  *Swiss army knife. *swing kit
FIRST AID MEDICAL KITS:
We highly recommend you to consult your own doctor before you start the trip and bring the medications as per his/her advice.  However, following items are worth full to bring:
  • Daimox – 20 tablets *paracetamol (crocin)
  • Pain killer
  • Eye drops for burning eyes *multivitamin pills
  • Muscle relaxant *antibiotic
  • Motion sickness and high altitude sickness medicine
  • Vicks vaporub *water purification tablets
  • Neosprin ointment *band aid *antihistamine (contact cc)
  • Kee-cap *electric powder *thermometer
   
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