|Widely believed to be the ultimate spiritual centre of the world, Mt. Kailash is seen by no more than a few thousand privileged pilgrims every year.
About Mt. Kailash
According to Hindu mythology, Lord Shiva resides at the summit of Mount Kailash. Accorded the virtual status of a paradise, the place is visited by no more than a few thousand privileged pilgrims every year. Mount Kailash Yatra by helicopter is a convenient way of paying homage to Lord Shiva and experiencing some of the most breathtaking views of the Himalayas.
About Lake Mansarovar
Lake Mansarovar, at 14,950 feet is also said to be one of the highest fresh water lakes in the world. Set between awe inspiring silver mountains, the lake is majestically calm and placid. As per Hindu Mythology, Lord Brahma created this lake through his mind. Hence the name 'Mansarovar'.
You fly to Nepalgunj from Kathmandu by fixed wing aircraft. Early next morning, you fly in our helicopter to Simikot and then to Hilsa at the Nepal border. Take a drive to Taklakot via Khojarnath Monastery, and then to Lake Mansarovar. You have an option of on-foot or Yak-ride parikrama of Kailash Kora. Catch a close-up darshan of Mount Kailash and Mansarovar. Drive to Hilsa, fly back to Nepalgunj by helicopter and then Kathmandu by fixed wing aircraft.
Ten day trip including close up darshan of Mount Kailash and Mansarovar
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Twelve day tour including darshan of Mount Kailash and Mansarovar
The trip starts with a city tour at Kathmandu. Fly to Nepalgunj, and then to Hilsa by helicopter. Drive through Purang, Mansarovar, and Darchen. Stay overnight at guesthouse or tented camp and trek through Derapuk Monastery, Dolma La Pass, Zudulpuk Gompa (camp) and back to Darchen. Drive back to Hilsa border through Purang and fly back to Kathmandu by plane.
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