Mount Kailash Mansarovar Yatra Ex. Kathmandu Heli tour (Foreigners/NRI's)


Mt. Kailash lies in the remote southwestern region of Tibet, China. It is a pyramid shaped mountain. Mt Kailash, Lake Mansarovar and Lake Rakshastal pocess  a unique magnetic force that has for centuries attracted the millions of pilgrims following Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism & Bon.


14 Days






Tea House & Hotel

Hindu believe to be the home of lord SHIVA, whereas the Tibetan Buddhist call it kangri Rinpoche “precious snow mountain” and Bonn believe it where their Master “Tirthankara Rishabhanatha” got enlightened.

Tibet stretches from two thousand kilometers from India in the west to China in the east and four thousand kilometers from Nepal in the south to China province Turkestan in the North. Four thousand meters above sea-level lies its average elevation. It is believed that lord Shiva transformed his knowledge and transmitted the science of evolving human consciousness and well-feeling to Shapta Rishi (seven Sage) here.

Circumnavigating Mount Kailash on foot, which is not considered as an easy task, is believed to bring good fortunes to the pilgrims and their beloveds. Pilgrims who can’t make it by foot they have a choice of riding horse and make a lifetime achievement. Lake Manasarovar is a holy lake, and it is believed that a dip in the lake purifies oneself of all sins committed over a hundred lifetimes – and drinking water from the lake will take oneself to the abode of Lord Shiva after death.

It is believed that Lord Shiva comes to bathe at the lake every day early in the morning from 2 am – 4pm. Lake Manasarovar is also the source of four great rivers of Asia, namely the Brahmaputra, Ghaghara, Sindhu and Sutlej. Every year, thousands make pilgrimage to Mount Kailash and to take a dip in the holy Lake Manasarovar following a religious aspect which goes back thousands of years. It is the considered as a center point of Earth.

These days the journey is much more comfortable compared to the past. Choose from one of our popular itineraries below or speak to us to tailor your own itinerary and get ready to experience a life changing journey.

Day 1: Arrival Kathmandu

Meet our representative from Trinetra Holidays at TIA Airport Kathmandu. Airport pick up and drive to hotel. Overnight Kathmandu.
Distance: 30 mins to hotel
Altitude: 1350 m above sea level
Climate: 20 to 30 ° C during daytime
Room: Hotel on twin sharing
Meals: Dinner
Stay: 4 Star Hotel

Day 2: Kathmandu Sightseeing

Early morning Lord Pashupatinath temple darshan option for mountain flight. after lunch Half Day sightseeing in Kathmandu and preparation time for yatra. Overnight stay.
Attraction: Kathmandu Darbar Square / Swyambunath Stupa
Altitude: 1500 m max
Climate: 18° C to 32° C
Room: Hotel on twin sharing bathroom
Meals: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner
Stay: 4 Star Hotel

Day 3: Short Hike

After Breakfast start for a hike over hills of Kathmandu valley. On the way lunch and back to hotel in the afternoon sightseen.
Attraction: Hills and valleys of Kathmandu, National Park, Patan durbar square
Altitude: 1500 m max
Climate: 18° C to 32° C
Room: Hotel on twin sharing bathroom
Meals: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner
Stay: 4 Star Hotel

Day 4: Bhaktapur Sightseeing

After Breakfast start for sightseen of heritage sites of Bhaktapur durbar square which represent the culture tradition and architecture of Kathmandu valley. On the way lunch and back to hotel in the afternoon sightseeing.
Attraction:Old architectures, art and culture of Bhaktapur including old temples
Altitude: 1500 m max
Climate: 18° C to 32° C
Room: Hotel on twin sharing bathroom
Meals: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner
Stay: 4 Star Hotel

Day 5: Fly Kathmandu to Nepalgunj

Early morning /evening fly to Nepalgunj from Kathmandu domestic airport. Free day. Overnight stay at hotel. Pashupatinath darshan before fly to Nepalgunj.
Distance: 50 minutes flight
Altitude: 150 m above sea level
Climate: 30° C to 40° C during daytime
Room: Twin sharing
Meals: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner
Stay: 4 Star Deluxe Hotel

Day 6: Fly from Nepalgunj to Simikot

Early morning transfer to airport to fly to Simikot, which lies in a remote place accessible only by flights. Overnight at Simikot for acclimatization.
Distance: 45 - 50 minutes flight
Altitude: 2910 m above sea level
Climate: 16° C to 30° C during daytime
Room: Twin / Triple with attached bathroom
Meals: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner
Stay: Best available guest house

Day 7: Helicopter to Hilsa, Drive to Purang (Taklakot)

After breakfast, fly from Simikot to Hilsa. Hilsa is the Nepali border to Tibet. When all group members arrive then cross the border and enter Tibet. Meet our Tibetan and Nepali crew and drive to Taklakot-Purang.
Distance: 25 minutes flight by helicopter | 10 km walk to cross border | 30 km drive by jeep / bus
Altitude: 3900 m above sea level
Climate: Windy and cold
Room: Triple sharing with attached bathroom
Meals: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner
Stay: Best Available Hotel

Day 8: Taklakot Rest Day Acclimatization

This day is rest day for all passenger and our working team. It good to rest before going high altitude Walk around to make your body comfortable with the environment. Overnight stay at Manasarovar Lake side.
Distance: 78 km Mansarovar Parikrama
Altitude: 4500 m above sea level
Climate: Windy and cold. Below 0° C at night
Room: Triple sharing with attached bathroom
Meals: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner
Stay: Best available Hotel

Day 9: Mansarovar to Darchen

After breakfast, we drive and make Lake Mansarovar Parikrama and during the Parikrama we find a good spot for spiritual puja, Havana worship, meditation, holy bath etc. We will pass Rakshas (Demon) Lake, where it is believed that King of Lanka Ravana performed a penance for Lord Shiva. This will be a lifetime – achievement. Overnight at Darchen.
Distance: 78 km Mansarovar Parikrama
Altitude: 4630 m above sea level
Climate: Windy and cold. Below 0° C at night
Room: Triple sharing with attached bathroom
Meals: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner
Stay: Best available Hotel

Day 10: Darchen to Diraphuk

This is the day where we start our Parikrama to Mount Kailash. After breakfast, drive to Yama Dwar (Tarboche) where our Parikrama starts. If you have booked horse and porter, you will get them here. It takes around 4-5 hours for good walkers and 6 hours for slow walkers to reach Diraphuk. Those who are not making Parikrama of stay at Darchen (Base Camp of Mt Kailash), till other group members arrive after completing the Parikrama.
Distance: 20 minutes drive to Yama Dwar | 5 - 6 hours walk or horseback
Altitude: 4600 m – Darchen
Climate: Windy and cold. Below 0° C at night
Room: Sharing basis room with common bathroom
Meals: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner
Stay: Best available guest house (tea house)

Day 11: Trek to Zuthulphuk

This is the tough part of the trek. We ascend more higher and cross about 6 km distance through the rugged trial portion around Kailash to reach Dolma-La pass. We will offer brief prayers at Dolma La with a view of Lake Gauri Kunda. After this the trial becomes easy.
Distance: Trek 22 km via Dolma la pass
Altitude: Dolma La Pass 5610 m, Zhuthulphuk 4790 m
Climate: Windy and cold. Below 0° C at night
Room: Sharing basis room with common bathroom
Meals: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner
Stay: Best available guest house (tea house)

Day 12: Zhuthulphuk to Manasarovar Lake

After breakfast, trek to Chongdo (ending point) which is a 3-hour walk. Then we drive to Darchen and meet the pilgrims who did not went to do the Parikrama – Kailash Parikarma ends. Lunch at Darchen then drive to Manasarovar Lake.
Attraction: Hills and valleys of Kathmandu, National Park, Patan durbar square
Meals: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner
Stay: Lake side dormitory style

Day 13: Hilsa to Simikot /Kathmandu

After all formalities in Tibet, transfer to Nepal border (Hilsa). Helicopter to Simikot, then transfer to Nepalgunj on the same day. Connecting flight back to Kathmandu via Nepalgunj depending on weather condition. O/N at hotel.
Meals: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner
Stay: Best available guest house

Day 14: Departure

Transfer to connect to your onward journey with best memories. With token of love and many greetings. we look forward to seeing and travel with us again.

Nepal Packages

  • Full board basis (B/L/D)
  • 5 nights Kathmandu
  • 1 night Nepalgunj
  • 1 night in Simikot
  • Sightseeing in Kathmandu
  • Evening Arati in Shree Pashupatinath Temple
  • All transfers to hotels
  • Domestic flight tickets Katmandu –Nepalgunj-Kathmandu
  • Charter flight from Nepalgunj to Simikot to Nepalgunj
  • Charter helicopter shuttle to Simikot-Hilsa-Simikot
  • All transfers required to airport
  • Airport taxes and all required government tax
  • Humla permits and fees

Tibet Packages

  • 2 nights Hotel Purang
  • 1 night Manasarovar
  • 2 nights guest house during Parikrama
  • 1 night at Darchen
  • Entry permits of Kailash Parikrama, visa and entry fees
  • Manasarovar entry permits and fees
  • Best available guest house (sharing basis)
  • Freshly cooked foods
  • Working team including experience Indian cook and supporting team
  • English/Hindi speaking Nepali guide
  • 1 Tour leader throughout the tour
  • English speaking Chinese guide
  • Supporting trucks for luggage
  • Yak and Yakmen during Parikrama for kitchen staff
  • First aid / oxygen cylinder
  • Duffle bags, down jackets, day pack bag, winter hats, puja materials
  • Private vehicles all transfer during the trip
  • Humla permit and heli landing permit

  1. Tips for staff
  2. Personal expenses like beverage, cold drinks, and phone calls
  3. Emergency rescue costs
  4. Medical, hospital expenses (In case of health problem during tour)
  5. Travel insurance, personal riding horse, personal porter
  6. Due to political, weather conditions or any natural calamities which are beyond our control, extra nights as per itinerary passed must pay by themselves. Rare occurrence.


We kindly request you to read the terms and conditions thoroughly. Please feel free to speak to us, if there is any confusion.

Due to weather condition between Kathmandu- Nepalgunj – Simikot –Hilsa, we have undergone with the decision that we will be providing 1 night stay if there are any such happenings of extra stay than above mention days.

1. Booking a trip

Valid Passport for more than six month before travelling with pp size color photo (clearly scan copy). Original passport must be submitted before 5 to 7 days in contact place for visa process.

100% payment should be done upon before tour departure.
25% amount of the entire trip cost is required to be paid for booking conformation. And payment should be done as per the information provided by the authorities.

2. Prices

Prices quoted are subject to change as per the change in exchange rates, unavoidable circumstances like climatic change, flight cancellation, internal political situation etc. However, there are no hidden costs. Do mail us for best rates if you are travelling in groups.

3. Cancellation & Refunds

Cancellation time and refund policy are as follow: All the cancelation and refund charges are based on the total cost of tour packages.

  • 90% refundable if cancel before 45 days before the trip.
  • 40% refundable 26 days of departure date weeks before departure date. 25 % of total cost If you cancel the trip 08 -15 days of departure date.
  • 20 % refundable less than a week.
4. Passport & Visas

All the travelers should have valid passport for six month and visa can be obtain from Nepalese embassy or consulate in India, however visa is stamp at the time of arrival in Airport. For yatra you get a group visa, and we get entry in group as per size. While submitting passport for visa it’s not necessary to send your old passport.

5. Change / Delay in Program

Sometime due to the unavoidable circumstances like bad climate, political unrest, landslides, health illness, natural disasters which are beyond human control may occur, we will be happy to refer you for any alternative trip to suit you.

6. Health & Fitness

We advise you have check with your personal physician before making any trip. It is advisable to let us know if you have any problems with your health.

7. Travel Insurance

It is advisable that you carry your travel insurance to cover accidents, emergency rescue in case of unfavorable climatic condition.

8. Complaints

Any complaints during the trip can be informed to your tour leader or guide immediately or at the office after completion of the trip. The management will try to look into the matter and take action accordingly.


We may collect the personal details and information for official uses. But the information provided by individual will not be shared or published without the individual consent. We respect the privacy of every individual.


All pure and freshly cooked vegetarian meals during entire trip of Mt. Kailash with experienced Indian and continental cook and Sherpas from Nepal. Every Meal would be Buffet.

Meals Arrangement

We have arranged all pure and freshly cooked Indian vegetarian meals whereas all the foods required are transferred from Nepal and fruits juice and vegetables are brought in local market. All our Team and staff will take care of your arrangement from wake-up tea to the night bed.

Trip Leaders

All trip's leaders are one of our professional English-Hindi speaking trip leaders who are different from the tour guides our trip leaders are trained they know the areas like their backyards and have explored like dozens of times. With an experience of more than ten years, every one of them has served hundreds of guests from all over the world. They are responsible, trustworthy and have their own life experience and story to share which will add more fun and safety to your trip to Kailash. We put the cost of paying our guides a good wage straight into the tour price, so they are happy and not reliant on guest’s spending money shopping to earn their own salaries. Thus, they concentrate on your needs and being the best hosts to you that possibly can.


While going to high altitude Parts of your trips above 2500 meters/9200 feet where it is common for travelers to experience some adverse health effects due to the altitude – regardless of your age, gender and fitness. Take it easy and follow our suggestions to reduce the sickness effects. The altitude problem is a very common for everyone who arrives at the high-altitude region from lower altitude area, but some are affected seriously, and some are not, so there is certain way to prevent it or minimize its effect by preparing before you go to highlands. Here we have listed some tips that we had experiences in the past years.

  • Mental preparation, altitude sickness is also can be helps psychological, so you should take it very normal and keep your mind in a comfortable state.
  • Keep your body physically fit, so exercise regularly and make physically fit.
  • Sleep well and rest well on the day before your arrival to high altitude.
  • Take everything slowly for the first couple of days when you arrived in high altitude region, walk slowly and try to sleep lower altitude first.
  • Drink enough water and avoid alcohols.


Only Chinese currency are used in markets whereas US Dollars & Euros can be exchanged in Yuan for this you may change currency from banks in Tibet to Chinese Yuan, currency used in Tibet or For INR get exchange on your country with Exchange or you can find in Nepal also but as the rates fluctuate almost every day. And buying and selling rate always differ.


We recommend that you insure yourself against sickness, emergency surface or air rescue, accident, trip cancellation, medical treatment, hospitalization etc. We regret that such policies are not available in Nepal.


You can make calls from almost everywhere. Tibet has good networking for mobile phones. And during stay at hotels, you can use wife if available otherwise you find a Chinese Sim-card on purchase which may cost 200 Yuan.

Clothing, equipment and accessories

While driving, it will be warm inside the vehicle but windy cold outside. Mornings and evenings will be generally cold therefore warm clothing will be required. We recommend that you bring the following clothing and accessories with you.


  • Good well worn-in walking shoes.
  • Warm comfortable trekking boots.


  • Wool shirts
  • Cotton shirts
  • Regular underwear
  • Thermal underwear
  • Culottes/trousers for women
  • Trousers/shorts for men
  • Wind and rain gear with hood
  • Wool hat/mittens/gloves
  • Other hats
  • Wool and cotton socks
  • Sweaters
  • Lined zip jacket/down jacket with hood
  • Track suit
  • Sleeping clothes


  • Personal first aid
  • Toilet kit
  • Flashlight / torch with extra batteries
  • Sunglasses
  • Water bottle
  • Swimsuit (for use before and after Tibet trip)
  • Notebook, pens, pencils
  • Plastic bags for reading material, film, cameras, etc.
  • Dust mask, silk scarves for use against dust
  • Sunblock cream and lip salve, sanitizer


  • Passport (with photocopies)
  • Travel Insurance (with photocopies)
  • Airline Tickets (with photocopies)
  • Some recent two-inch colorized photo
  • RMB cash
  • Credit or debit card

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