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Know Some Interesting Facts About Pashupatinath Darsan

Pashupatinath Temple is the most scared temple for hindus. Many people come from different place to Nepal and do Pashupatinath Darsan . It is belived that after Pashupatinath darsan you will get mokshya and all your sin will be washed away it is one of the most importaint and famous pilgrim of Nepal. It is the temple of lord Shiva but beside this there are lots of statues of other god and goddess too. Most of the hindu’s from India is do Pashupatinath darsan they are the main tourist to visit pashupatinath temple. Pashupatinath falls under the World Heritage Site on UNESCO’s list.

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Let’s Know Some Important Facts About Pashupatinath Darsan

 Believed To Be in Existence Since 400 AD

Pashupatinath Temple is believed to be in existence since 400 AD, that’s why it is historical, important too. People come to see this temple and its beautiful art and architecture.

Only Hindus are permitted to visit

Only Hindu’s are allowed to enter the main temple for Pashupatinath darsan. Yes foreigners are also allowed but other side of the temple are allowed to visit.  

Art and architectures

People not only come for Pashupatinath darsan they  visit here to see the beautiful art and architecture. They are fascinated by the beauty of art which is carved on the door and ceiling of the temple. The statue has a fine art which is mind blowing.

The Shivalinga

The statue of Shivalinga is very unique it has four faced linga which is faced four side north, east,south and west. East face is called Tatpurushs, west facing is called sadhyojata,  North is called vamdeva and South is called Ishan. Like this each face is given name too.

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Aarti

One of the beautiful temple and most of the people visit Pashupatinath temple to see the evening aarti. Evening aarti is one of the best scene people want to see and enjoy. It’s a beautiful senaro to see the aarti at Pashupatinath temple. 

Arya Ghat

One of the most attraction of Pashupatinath darshan is arya ghat the cementation place of Hindus. It is believed that  Pashupati nath temple is the best place to get mokshya after death so arya ghat is made to burn the dead body of Hindu.

At Last

Pashupatinath temple is considered as the most the most scared place and the most importaint hindu temple. There are lots of believes about pashupati nath temples but more over it is the best place to get in my person thoughts whenever I am sad I do pashupatinath darsan I really feel relax and relief from all my problems. We can also say that visiting pashupati nath is one of the best option if you feel low and sad.

Know The Tips To Do’s And Don’ts While Jungle Safari In Nepal

What is Jungle Safari?

Nepal is a tourist area and here are many things to absorbed most of the tourist enjoy the beauty of Nepal. Nepal is also the home of different wild animals. Here are different species of birds and animals, jungle safari is one of the part of the tour of many tourists. Jungle safari in Nepal is the most happening package which many travel companies in Nepal sell. Jungle safari in Nepal is the most happening tour because you can observe the wildlife very closely. There are many wildlife reserves and national parks in Nepal where you can do jungle safari. Royal Chitwan National Park, Royal Bardia National Park, Royal Shukla Wildlife Reserve, Parsa Wildlife Reserve and Shivapuri National Park are some of the national parks And Wildlife Reserve in Nepal.

The People who likes to have fun and want some adventurous in their life love to do jungle safari. It is indeed a thrilling experience to explore the wild nature and its creature. It is the best way to hang around in the jungle and just chill. Besides this there are many do’s and don’ts some of them are mentioned below:

Do’s While Jungle Safari In Nepal

Wear Proper Clothes

If you are planning to do jungle safari in Nepal then first thing you have to keep in mind is that you have to cover your all body with the clothes which means wear proper clothes which covers the parts of your body because you are travelling to jungle where there are many dangerous insects and flies which may bite you, you may caught of infection and may fall ill in the jungle. Therefore, prevention is better than cure.

Wear Nature Friendly Clothes

If you are doing jungle safari then another things you have to do is wear nature friendly clothes so that animals would not get scared or over attracted towards you. Don’t wear too much colored clothes because animals in the jungle might find it dangerous and attack you for safety. Therefore, environment friendly clothes are required to worn by the safarians.

Be Calm 

While you are in jungle you should stay calm and cool because unnecessary noise and excitement may disturb the animals and can make them furious and also it may hamper their daily life cycle.

Stay In Group

While you are in jungle safari in Nepal you just stay with your group so that you won’t miss your way. How much jungle and animals living there may seem quite and beautiful from outside it may be that much dangerous when outsiders interfere there lifestyle and also jungle is very big and you are new to it so you might lost your way to the group. Therefore, stay with your nature guide.

Make Your Luggage Lite

When you plan to do jungle safari then pack lite. Pack only the things which are necessary for you in the jungle.

Pack Medical Aid

Medical aid is necessary in your jungle safari because you might get ill or caught by allergy. Therefore, take your medicine with you.

Take A Good Camera

You might not visiting jungle every time. Therefore, take a good quality of camera so that you can capture the best moment and preserve it for life time memory.

Take All The Necessary Things

You should carry all the necessary things like sun blocks, sun glasses, hats to be safe from hard sun, raincoat because nature and climate is unpredictable there, mosquito repellant, antiseptic cream, bottles of water, band- aid, torch, personal hygiene products like face wash, sanitary pad, soap etc.

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Don’ts While Jungle Safari In Nepal

 

Don’t Feed Animals

While your jungle safari you should be alert and keep in mind not to feed the wild animals because it might be dangerous and may hamper their daily life routine. And also their behavior are very unpredictable which may harm you as well.

Don’t Throw Your Dirt In Jungle

Jungle is the home of different animals so don’t throw your wastage in jungle. It makes the home of the wild animals dirty and may that wastage create some effect in wildlife.

Don’t Go Close To Animals

Animals are unpredictable we cannot predict their nature so be aware of animals don’t go too much close to them and don’t be that much friendly with them it might be dangerous.

Make Your Volume Low

While you are at jungle safari in Nepal make your volume low which means don’t talk loud. Loudness might disturb the animals living there and may be it get furious and harm you.

Don’t Get Down From Jeep

Please do not get down from the jeep to see elephant, collect bird feather etc. because getting down from jeep might be dangerous some wild animals can attack you.

Don’t Bring Child

While jungle safari in Nepal don’t bring child because sometime child is very unpredictable they may make loud noise which may violate the animals privacy and they may get furious.

Make Your Cell Phone Silent Or Switch Off

If you are in jungle don’t put your cell phone in loud mode this may threatened the wild animals and they might back attack you for their safety. Therefore, make your cell phone off or in silent mode.

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At Last

Jingle safari in Nepal is very adventurous as well risky and danger if you don’t take precaution. Remember that you are inside the home of animals and don’t ever try to disturb them by teasing or throwing stone. Do not spoil the natures beauty and disturb the wild furious animals.

 

 

Things To Know Before You Visit Kailash Mansarovar Yatra

Mount Kailash Mansarovar Yatra is one of the best pilgrimage destination of Nepal. It is the temple of Lord Shiva but it attracts many Buddhists as well as Hindu. It is located at Muktinath area. Many people used to visit Kailash Manasarovar Yatra for thousand of years. Despite many challenges Kailash tour packages are sold by many travel agencies and tour. Here are some points given below which you should know before you visit Kailash Mansarovar Yatra.

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Why To Visit Kailash Mansarovar Yatra

There are two parikrama which includes Mount Kailash and Its charan sparsh (touching feet) while  another is Lake Mansarovar and performing holy deep in water. This both parikrama is considered as the most highlights of Kailash manasarovar yatra.

Parikrama at Kailash Mansarovar Yatra

The Parikrama at Kailash Mansarovar Yatra  can be taken as inner parikrama and outer parikrama where inner parikrama takes you around the Nandi Parvat and outer parikrama takes you to Mount Kailash

Best Time To Take Bath

Early in the morning arrround 3-5 am is believed to be the best time to take bath which is also called Bramamuhurata- time of gods. One parikrama at Kailash Manasarovar Yatra is believed to wash away all the sins which one has done in the life time and if you take 108 parikrama then it provides enternal oblivion or Mokshya or Nirvana.Kailash Mansarovar Yatra | Kailash Manasarovar Yatra | Shivam Holiday

Hire Horses or Ponies If You feel weakness

The journey to Kailash Mansarovar Yatra is very difficult and one may feel weakness while walking so you can hire horses/ponies if you can’t walk or your physical condition prevents you from walking. Remember you must have to carry cash if you are visiting Kailash Manasarovar yatra.

Importance of Full moon

Full moon day is considered as the most beautiful night and most of the visitors visit Kailash Mansarovar Yatra during full moon day because the full moon looks sooo stunning over mount Kailash and its image reflected on the lake. Most of the Tibetan festivals are also celebrated at full moon day.

Connection Of Goddess Parvati

Gauri Kunda is another attraction of Kailash Manasarovar Yatra it is believed that this lake Kunda is associated with goddess Parvati. It is also believed that the spot where Parvati bathed often and gave life to lord Ganesh in a cave nearby.
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Know about twin Lakes

There are also twin lakes of Mansarovar which is called rakshas tal(Demon’s lake). Many Hindu belief that good- bad, darkness- light, positive energy etc are followed and exist together in cosmic maya wave. Mansarovar is fresh water and Rakshas tal is saline.

Attraction For Buddhist

Buddhist believe that Maya took bath at Mansarovar taal before giving birth to Lord Gautam Buddha that’s why many Buddhist visit there as at Kailash Mansarovar. Rishabhnath the central figure of Jainism is believed to have attained salvation here.
Rishabhnath the central figure of Jainism is believed to have attained salvation here.

Best Time

May to October is considered as the best time for mount Kailash Manasoravar yatra. Temperature of Kailash Manasarovar reached -5 degree centigrade at night to 30 degree in day. It’s very windy in this region.

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Summary

Kailash Mansarovar Yatra is the best pilgrim to travel but you have to quit smoking as well as alcohol and should be physically fit to travel there. It is believed that only a person who is free of  all sins can only complete the ordeal that’s why Mount Kailash has not been conquered till date whoever attempt to climb at top will fall ill. Legends believes that the entire Kailash Mountain is made up of precious gems with its four faces made of lapis lazuli, ruby, crystal and gold. Overall we can say that Kailash Manasarovar Yatra is the best pilgrims tour which you should visit once in your life. There are many travel company which will lead you to the destination tour of Kailash Mansarovar yatra so read all the above points why you should visit Mount Kailash Mansarovar and things you should know before visit and make your plan to visit there.

 

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Kailash Manasarovar Yatra is considered a lifetime dream and journey to Mount Kailash. The spiritual location with several supersonic sites and the residency of the almighty. Lord Shiva is true symbol of the ultimate divinity to the mankind. We believe every human soul of this Universe is associated with the sacred mountain of Kailash. On the way to Kailash Manasarovar Yatra a pilgrim crosses territorial boundaries of three countries comprising India, Nepal and China to reach Tibet- Land of Kailash Manasarovar. A map always helps to devotee to plan and organize his trip located at such a distant place.  Kailash Mansarovar yatra an icon give to the world that the vicious circle of life goes on by the universal truth and divine devotion of Shiva and eternal power. Many people from different places countries come to visit Kailash Mansarovar. Nepal  is  a country  full of  religious  and  harmony many people  from different  places come  to visit  Nepal for religious  purpose and  Nepal is  the  country  of Hindu religion.  Kailash Manasarovar is the most scared and holiest place and has religious significance in three religions: Hindu, Jains and Buddhists. Especially these three religion’s people visit Kailash Mansarovar yatra and many more people also try to visit. Kailash Manasarovar yatra is most difficult and most adventurous journey but also many people from India come to travel Kailash Mansarovar yatra.

 

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Places To See When You Visit Kailash Mansarovar Yatra

Many people from different places and countries come for Kailash Manasarovar yatra Mainly from India they believed on Lord Shiva  so ,  there  are  many  more  tourist  who  visit  Kailash  Manasarovar yatra and Mount Kailash is a peak on the Gangdise Mountains, which are a portion of the Himalayas in Tibet. It is located near the source of some of the largest Asian rivers: the Brahmaputra, Karnali River .The Mountain is nestled near Lake Rakshas Tal and Lake Manasarovar in Tibet. Here are  the  some  of  the  tourist places as below:

 Lake Manasarovar

When people visit  Kailash  Mansarovar  yatra  they surely  visit  Lake Manasarovar It’s  the  most  famous place and  most  visited place. According to Hindu religion, this lake originated in the mind of Brahma. According to mythology, this lake is the haven of swans, which are traditionally considered as sacred and wise. Buddhists also believe that Queen Maya conceived Lord Buddha at this very place.

Gauri Kund (Religious Place)

Gauri Kund is also the one of the most important attraction for Kailash Manasarovar yatra .It’s the most religious Place and the major sightseeing location of Kailash-Mansarovar yatra is the Gauri Kunda, associated with a number of legendary tales and mythological stories. Popularly known as Parvati Sarovar, It lies at an altitude of 5608 meters.According to the Shiva Purana, this water body is described as the lake of compassion. The reflection of the Chhota Kailash peak falls on the surface of the lake.

Kailash Parikrama

When you are going for Kailash Manasarovar yatra Kailash Parikrama is considered as the most difficult part of the tirth yatra or pilgrimage. It is believed that Mount Kailash is the holy icy abode of Shiva and Parvati and thus pilgrims need to perform a Parikrama to show reverence. This Parikrama or circumambulation of the Kailash Parvat involves walking around 32 miles. It takes around three days and includes trekking rough terrain, scaling steep trails, crossing streams, jumping from one boulder to the other and traversing a pass high in the mountains at an altitude of 19,200 ft.These are the some tourist places which you need to visit when you plan for Kailash Manasarovar yatra .

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Last But Not Least

Kailash Manasarovar yatra is really one of the most arduous treks, the Kailash Manasarovar yatra trip exclusive for Indians popular for its religious significance. Devotees of Lord Shiva visit the snow-clad peaks in the Himalayas to pay him a visit and seek his blessings. So if you  are  planning  to visit  Kailash Manasarovar yatra  there  are  many  more  travel  agencies which have a good  packages like  Kailash Manasarovar yatra  packages .

Why To Visit Muktinath?

Muktinath is a very scared place for both Hindu and Buddhist. It is also called Mukti Kshetra. Many people visit here for salvation or for “Mokshya” after death. The roads are very risky and not pitched. Muktinath yatra is mostly visited pilgrim there is the statue of god Vishnu. Muktinath tour is taken as the most holiest tour for the Hindus and Buddhist.

What’s there In Mustang?

There is a temple of Narayan god Vishnu, It has the image of Boo devi  belived as the earth- goddess,  Laxmi, Saraswati, Sita, garuda of lord Vishnu, Lava-Kusha(Son of Rama and Sita),  and the Sapta Rishis. There is also an old monk present in the temple and worship are conducted by the Buddhist nuns.

 

At last

Over all we can say that Muktinath tour will create an illusion. The scenery out there is so beautiful. Climate is cold and windy. Travel to Mustang valley is very exciting and adventurous the mesmerizing beauty of Mustang valley will make you spell bound and fall in love with this place.

Planning To Visit Nepal then lets know about Nepal

 

Nepal!  a land of pilgrims and mountains, rich in art and culture and falls under the world heritage site. Yes, this is Nepal and we are Nepali. Nepal is a small country full of natural beauties. Here are many beautiful places which one can’t miss when the visit. Every year internal and external tourist visit Nepal and enjoy its beauty.  Nepal’s most of the earning and revenue depends upon the tourism sector therefore, tourist are taken as the subject of  priorities.

 

Why to visit Nepal ?

 

 

Yes, the main question is why to visit Nepal. Nepal is a country having the diversities it is rich in nature and Himalayas. Being a small landlocked country Nepal has maintained peace between two neighboring countries India and China. Here are many historical and cultural places beside  the Himalayas. Many tourist love to travel Nepal for the trekking, hiking and also for rafting. Being a small country Nepal is rich in water and full of natural climates. When you reach Nepal the most aromatic views of kathmandu valley is seen beside this we can visit different historical  places like Lumbini, Janakpur, Pokhara, Pashupati in Kathmandu etc. 

 

Nepal has the worlds highest peak  Mount Everest which is the main attraction of tourist for visit. The giant everest is still and always welcoming the tourist, View of Mount Everest is very luering beside this there are other  mountains like Mount Annapurna, Mount Kanchenjunga, Mount ganesh etc all this mountains have its own point of attraction and own values in the history of Nepal. People here are very good and friendly. One will love their hospitality. 

 

 Some Facts About Nepal 

 

 

  • Nepal is a sandwiched between two powerful countries i.e India and China but still manage to retain its culture  that is distinctly it’s own.
  • World’s highest Mountain Mount Everest which is 8,800 ft but do u know that eight out of tenth world’s highest mountains are found within the relatively small 143,000 km2 that Nepal occupies?
  • Out of 27,474,000 number of people living in Nepal 7,41,000 people are living in the capital city kathmandu.
  • Namaste, with palms pressed each other is the greeting style of Nepal.
  • Yeti, the abominable snowman is said to be seen in the himalayan areas of Nepal but yet no one has seen it.
  • Cow is a national animal therefore, slaughtering of cow is banned in Nepal.
  • The rare and endangered animals like Bengal tiger, Red panda,  Snow Leopard.
  • 50% of income from tourism Nepalese government gives to communities near wildlife reserve.
  • 59 is the average life expectancy in Nepal.
  • Nepal’s flag is only a flag which is not square in shape.

 

 

How To Travel Nepal 

 

 

 

Yes many tourist may be in dilemma that how can we visit Nepal, where can we contact, What’s the procedure to contact if yes then there are many travels and tours which will guide to your destiny to Nepal. Some of the travels and tours are Himalayan travels, Shivam group holidays pvt ltd, Himalayan treks in Nepal etc. Therefore, pack your bags and enjoy the best hospitality with a big smile.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mt. Kailash and Everest Base Camp Yatra

Mt. Kailash and Everest Base camp Yatra

Meals: Hygienic Pure veg.  (Breakfast, Lunch and dinner)

Accommodation: Hotel and Guest house

Guide: throughout a yatra a Guide

Medical: Dimox, First AID and oxygen pillow and cylinder back up

Max Altitude: 5600M Dolma Pass – 2nd Day Parikrama

Temperature:  Morning / Night:  -5/6C and Day 15/16 C

Mansarovar Parikrama: 125 KM by Coach / Drive

Kailash Parbat: 6714M,   52 KM [10KM drive and 42 Trek / Horse ride

 

A Spiritual Yatra for a Better Life:-

Ancient Aliens the Mount Kailash, Secrets & Entrance to the city of the Gods. Mt. Kailash is home of Lord Shiva. Ancient secrets of Mount Kailash remain embedded in the heart of the Himalayas and this mysterious place will continue to fascinate people for a very long time. There is no doubt this is a place of great spiritual significance. Mt. Kailash -6714M & holy Mansarovar Lake are located in the Himalayas in Tibet, China.  This yatra is really physically challenging due to high altitude Himalayan terrain so Shivam Group Holiday P. Ltd always concern an exclusive yatra make it comfortable for life time memories journey for all Yatris.
 
Life time yatra Holy Manasarovar and Mt. Kailash with Everest base camp via Lhasa
 

Itinerary  18 Days

Day 1: 20 May 2018:

Arrival at Kathmandu transfer to Hotel leisure time –overnight

Meal: Dinner

Hotel: Manashlu, Vaishali and Lord Miraz

Room: double / twin sharing
 

Day 2: 21 May 2018

Breakfast at Hotel and visit a couple of temple evening preparation and overnight

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner at Hotel
Hotel: Manashlu, Vaishali & Lord Miraz

Room: double / Twin sharing
 

Day 03: 22 May 2018

Waiting for Visa / option trip Manakamana Devi temple visit
 

Day 4: 23 May 2018

Fly to Lhasa (3650m).Breakfast at Hotel and   transfer to Airport fly to Lhasa pick up from Lhasa airport by Tibetan guide Overnight in Lhasa

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Hotel: Yak, Dekhang/ Gorkha
 

Day 5: 24 May 2018

Lhasa Tour – see Potala Palace, visit Johkang Temple,

Breakfast and sightseeing tour first see the Potala Paalce is the winter palace of the Dalai Lama. Tibet Potala palace has 1000 chambers, the gilded burial stupas of former Dalai Lamas and meditation cave of the 33rd great king of Tibet.

After lunch, tour to Jokhang temple built by the 33rd great kind of Tibet in 7th century to promote the Buddhist religion. Barkhor Street is the local Tibetan street around Jokhang temple; you can walk with pilgrims and locals, and shopping local Tibetan souvenirs there.

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Hotel: Yak, Dekhang/ Gorkha

Room: Double / Twin sharing room
 

Day 6: 25 May 2018

Lhasa – – Shigatse (10 hrs, 370km)

Breakfast and we drive through the green farmland of Nyangchu Valley, Yamdrok lakes, Karo-La Glacier and Gyantse. Yamdro-Tso Lake and Kumbum monastery in Gyantse are the attraction of the day driving. Yamdro-tso Lake is shaped like coiling scorpion with deep blue in color and Kumbum monastery has a 35m-high chorten (stupa) with its white layers trimmed with decorative stripes and its crown-like golden dome.  After visiting Pelkor Choede, we continue drive to Shigatse.   Overnight in Shigatse

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Accommodation: Hotel
 

Day 7: 26 May 2018

Shigatse – Snakya – Tingri (10hr, 290km)

Breakfast, visit Tashi Lhumpo monastery, the seat of Panchen Lama and drive to Tingri visiting Sakya monastery.  One of the very famous monasteries in Tibet, and we also cross the highest pass called Gyatso La (5200m) while driving to Tingri, the entrance of Himalayan Nature Reserve.

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Accommodation: Hotel

Room: Double / twin sharing
 

Day 8:  27 May 2018:

Tingri to Rongbuk Monastery and Everest Base Camp -5300M  (3 hrs, 90km)

Breakfast and 2-3 hours drive to Rongbuk through new winding road in the mountains. On the way from Tingri to Everest Base Camp, you can enjoy the stunning mountain scenery; past the wild grassland, the torrent and soaring mountains. You can see the panorama of Himalaya range including the 4 mountains which are 8000m high and more to enjoy like Mt. Lhotse (8516m), Mt. Everest (8848m), Mt. Qowowuyag (8201m) and Mt Makalu (8463m), and even majestic view of golden summit of Mt. Everest at sunset. Stay overnight in Rongbuk Guest House or local Tibetan Tent.

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Accommodation: Hotel

Room: Double / Twin
 

Day 9: 28 May 2018:                                 

Rongbuk Monastery – Everest Base Camp – Saga (8/9hrs, 460km)

Enjoy the sunrise view on the top of Mount Everest and the giant pyramid view of Mount Everest in front of you at Rongbuk monastery, breakfast and continue drive to Saga via Peiku Tso Lake (4600m). Overnight at local guesthouse of Saga

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Accommodation: Guesthouse sharing room
 

Day 10: 29 May 2018 – ) {Full moon day/ Night}

Saga to Lake Mansarovar (9/10hrs, 490km

Breakfast and drive to Mansarovar via Drongpa . You can relax around the lake shore and experience the natural beauty of the lake. In late afternoon, we will reach Manasarovar    will take parikrama by coach   during Parikram can do dip bath on Lake – overnight chu Gumpa

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Accommodation: guest house sharing room
 

Day 11: 30 May 2018:

Trek Day 1 – Mansarovar to Dirapuk (6.5 hrs, 11km)

Morning Pooja at Mansarovar then drive to yamdwar   an environment-friendly bus (40 minutes) to Sarshung, where porters are waiting for their clients, and we trek to Dirapuk (4920m). Stay overnight at the tent guesthouse of monastery.

Meal: Breakfast, packed Lunch, Dinner
Accommodation: Guest house sharing room
 

Day 12: 31 May 2018:

Trek Day 2 – Dirapuk to Zuthulpuk (22km, 9 to 10 hours)

Breakfast and trek to Zhuthulpuk. This is the hardest and most tough trek crosses the Dolma-La pass (5630m) lying 6.4km ahead but 762m above Dirapuk. After taking a rest at the top of Dolma-La pass, you will descend staircase bringing you to Lhachu valley floor, taking about one hour from the pass, and the continue trek to Zuthulpuk. Stay overnight at the tent guesthouse of monastery.

Meal: Breakfast, packed Lunch, Dinner
Accommodation: Guest house
 

Day 13: 01 June 2018

Trek Day 3 – Zuthulpuk to Darchen (11km, 7hours)

Today, we will go through Milarepa’s cave, where the temple and shrines have been built around. Then we walk back to Darchen is easy and the exit from the valley can be reached within three hours. At the ending point of the valley, the driver will come to pick you up and take you back to Darchen.  Stay overnight at the local guesthouse at Darchen.

Meal: Breakfast, packed Lunch, Dinner
Accommodation: Guest house sharing room
 

Day 14: 2 June 2018

Darchen to Saga (430Km, 11 hours)

Drive back along the incoming road to Saga.

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch and dinner
Accommodation: hotel
 

Day 15: 03 June 2018

Saga to Shigatse

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Accommodation: Guest house
 

Day 16: 04 June 2018

Shigatse to Lhasa

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Hotel: Yak, Dekhang
 

Day 17:  05 June 2018

Lhasa Airport fly to Kathmandu.

Breakfast and Tibetan tour guide will transfer you to the airport fly to Kathmandu

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Hotel: Manaslu, Vaishali and Lord Miraz
 

Day 18: 06 June 2018:

After breakfast departure transfer to Airport

Meal: Breakfast

COST INR. 235000/-

COST USD. 3900.00
 

Cost Include:

4 night hotel In Kathmandu twin / triple sharing with all veg meals

3 nights Hotel in Lhasa twin / triple sharing with veg. meals

10 night hotel /guesthouse with sharing basis in Tibet (China)

In Tibet provide all pure veg. meals from our kitchen team with all logistics

Tibet permit, Chinese Guide fee, China visa fee, all government tax, Nepali supporting staff team with logistic, all transportation arrival, departure, between Nepal and China

Everest base camp permit

Transport as per itinerary as per group size

Kathmandu to Lhasa to Kathmandu flight

Bag-pack bag and luggage bag

Down Jacket returnable basis

Diamox, Medicine and oxygen pillow with cylinder

Gambo Bag
 

Cost Exclude:

Personal expenditure, Tips

Horse/Porters

Laundry, Monument fees

Visa Penalties if groups will be separated

Insurance and evacuation and if any delay due to visa, weather problem

FIRST AID KIT – ALSO INCLUDED

First aid kit (typical backpacking kit for minor injuries/ our guide carry)-  Diamox/Aspirin/pain killers||Lip guard, Vaseline ||Plasters, TCP, Vicks for sore throats

Note: Down Jackets will be provided on returnable basis at Kathmandu for the Yatra.
 

Communication Facilites:

Local Mobile [Chinese, will be charged as per the use]. Net work will be there Indian roaming sim also work
 

Term and Condition

Extra / Hidden expenditure

-Horse and horse man || -TIPS || Personal nature expenditure

-Any Yatris come back during yatra from Group permit so visa cancelation fee pay at immigration and transport 
 
Foods

-Pure veg. and fully hygienic, Jar water

Accommodation

Kathmandu Twin sharing and Tibet multi sharing a room 
 
Booking and Payment Policy:

Submit your Passport scan copy/ passport (6 Months validity) with INR. 20000/- before 45 days on date of departure

Balance payment before 30 days on departure from India
 

Refund policy

One month before yatra start date Full refund

Within 30 day RS. 5000/- will deducted

Within 15 day INR. 25000/- will deducted

Within 7 day INR. 75000/- will deducted

No refund
 

Recommendation for Yatra

Documents

Passport with copies, some Photographs, Identity card || Insurance policy copy
 
Fitness

Kindly consult your doctor and Age limit 66 years.

As Mount Kailash and Lake Manasarovar is situated at high altitudes please start exercises like walking, jogging, yoga and other breathing exercises in order to have a successful yatra
 
Insurance

Kindly get yourself a medical insurance for this yatra. Please make sure you cover yourself for emergency evacuation (helicopter) in the insurance.
 
Common items

Water bottle Thermos flask for hot water (1/2 liter), Torch light /batteries || Dusk masks/face masks, wet Tissue
 
Clothing

Enough clothes but do not make over load.

Wool socks (around 4 pairs), thick tights, wool monkey cap, scarves, warm light gloves,

Wool/thermal long underwear, Raincoat or Umbrella
 
Footwear

Sports comfortable shoes and A pair of light Sleepers
 
Toiletries

Toothbrush, toilet rolls, hand towel, Facial tissues, wet tissue)
 
Personal and General items for your yatra make comfortable

Any regular medicines that you take ||dark Sunglasses, Sun cream & Cold cream

Your favorite food which will keep you going including Nuts, biscuits, powder juice

Kapoor/Vicks/ Binoculars/Camera /extra batteries
 

Risk & Liability

Shivam Group Holiday Pvt. Ltd. will do it best to make the tour with safe and smooth. As all the tour programs are conducted strictly under the rules and regulations of Tibet Tourism Bureau (TTB) And China India pilgrimage service center (CIPSC), Shivam Group will not be accountable for any changes due to change of official rules and laws of Tibet. Moreover Shivam Group will also not be liable for any changes in the itinerary due to unavoidable circumstances such as landslide, road blockage, flood, snow, and political unrest, cancellation of flight, sickness and accidents. Any extra cost arising due to the above circumstances shall be borne by the clients.

Info: This is yatra not a tour so yatri should be need physical fit, Yatri manage their horse & Porter money themselves. Try to eat food properly, if some problem update to leader without hesitates. Tibet part is mountain desert so drink enough water and juices. Support and cooperate each other as a team with positive it makes very comfortable, memorable and enjoy yatra Lord shiva will fellow all best with success every one everywhere.
 
Contact Information

Cell 009779813373319 whatapp

Cell  00917358676122

Lazimpat, Kathmandu, Nepal

Tel 00977 1 4435752, 4435859

E-  info@shivamholiday.com

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