Discover Lhasa Tour
- 5 Days
- Maximum Capacity: 20
After reaching an agreement in 1993 between the Nepal and China Governments, the border between the two countries has been open for trekking. While it had been a route for Nepalese pilgrims for many years, foreign trekkers were never allowed to trek from Nepal into Tibet.
The journey through Humla, Nepal’s highest, northernmost, and most remote district, is culturally and scenically rewarding. A trip to Mt Kailash has always been regarded as a pilgrimage. It satisfies the romantic in us that the pilgrimage to Kailash is a difficult one.
We have combined such a nice adventure tour with the opening up of the border crossing between Nepal and Tibet via Taklakot (Purang), Mt. Kailash is now accessible for foreign trekkers with 6 days of trekking from the beautiful region of Simikot (3900 M). For this trek we follow the Humla Karnali route and trek through rice and wheat fields, through the surging waters of the Humla Karnali, meet well-educated friendly monks who speak excellent English, and yes, see some of the finest views nature has to offer.
- Airport transfers
- Twin sharing accommodations in tourist standard hotels including breakfast
- Travel permits and visa fee
- Monastery entrance fee
- Meals 3 times a day during the trek
- Accommodation in 2 men tent and porters during the trekking period
- Transportation by Land cruiser and supporting truck.
- Urgent visa fee
- Nepal re-entry visa fee
- Photography charges
- Personal expenses such as laundry, telephone calls, alcoholic beverages, bottled drinks (including cold drinks and mineral water), tips, gifts, souvenirs, etc.
- Insurance of any kind, including travel/medical insurance and emergency evacuation costs.
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