Simikot Kailash Lhasa Tour is one another alternative route to Tibet whereby you make encircle starting your trip from western part of the Country, Simikot, and the hidden valley of Humla district and then you end trekking at the northern part at Khasa, Nepal-Tibet border. While having this tour, you will have an exciting moment of spending time in the mythical Mt. Kailash and Manasarovar Lake.
Mt. Kailash (6,714 m) is one of the highest mountains in Tibet which is shaped like a diamond and adored like a lotus. Mt. Kailash has its own geographical significance. First it is a source of four major rivers—Karnali, Indus, Sutlej and Brahmaputra. The second it is regarded to be he holy mountains, therefore, why various religious groups mainly Buddhists, Hindus, Jain and Bon make it to Mt. Kailash primarily at Kailash Mansarovar lake in order to worship and flood their sins. Different religious group believe that peak is the abode of the god and the Kailash Mansarover lake as a sacred lake and if any of them take a bath in this lake, the water cleanse one's sins, therefore why thousands of pilgrimage visit to this lake for having bath and clean their sins every year. Whereas the Lhasa is one of the ultimate destinations of the travelers from across the world for exploring the ancient Buddhist art and architecture, unique Buddhist culture, lifestyles, beautifully built decorated house, unique landscapes and many more.
Having this tour, you will have an exciting sight scene along the trail, pass through Dharapuri, Kerni, Yalbang Gumpa, Tumkot, Thado Dhuga and then you cross the Nara La pass (4450) m and trek down to Hilsa, Nepal-Tibet border and then have trek up to Sher and then Purang and subsequently drive up to Mansarovar Lake making an excursion around, you will visit to Darchen, Derapuk, Tashi Lhunpo Monastery, similarly you will make a trip to Darchen, Paryang, Saga, Lhatse, Shigatse and finally get back to Lhasa, where you will visit to the ancient monastery, historical and religious sites, explore around and finally you will fly back to Kathmandu or return back by road along the friendship highway via Khasa, Nepal-Tibet border and subsequently return back to Kathmandu by road.
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