Kailash Mansarovar Yatra

Kailash Mansarovar Yatra is an ultimate journey taking you to the most sacred place on earth, the center of the Universe as it is described.

Mount Kailash (6,656 meters/ 22,772 feet) also known as Kang Rinpoche (Tibetan) is a peak of the Gandise Mountain Range lying in the western part of the remote Tibetan Autonomous Region (TAR). Mt. Kailash is considered the center of the world and has been recognized as the supremely sacred shrine for the Hindu, Buddhist, Jain, and Shamanic religions of Bon-po. Each of these religions defines Mount Kailash as Mount Meru, the Axis Mundi, the center of the earth, and the birthplace of the entire world. And Kailash Mansarovar Yatra is considered the most sacred holy walk by millions of people.

Hindus appraise Mount Kailash as the Adobe of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. They believe this mountain is the earthly manifestation of the Heavenly mountain, Mount Meru. Tibetans praise Mount Kailash as Sumeru, the cosmic center of the Universe. Mt. Kailash is accepted as the adobe of Buddhist gods Demchok and Dorje Pangmo.

Mount Kailash is considered Holy Mountain by Bon Po, which is an ancient form of Buddhism, practiced in Tibet and many parts of Nepal. They worship Kailash as they believe this mountain is where the Sky Goddess Sipaimen came down from heaven. In Bondp tradition this sacred mountain is known as Yungdruk Gu Tseg, a nine-story Swastika Mountain.

To the Jain religion, the mountain is called Astapada. Jains have beliefs that mention this mountain where their first saint Rishaba entered heaven.

The four faces of Mount Kailash are believed to be made of Gold, Gem, Ruby, and Lapis Lazuli. Each four faces streams the four most important waterways, Karnali, Indus, Sutlej, and Brahmaputra rivers, which are the major source of water in Asia.

Kailash Mansarovar Yatra has become the deep imagination of the most sacred power place for these four religions since antediluvian. This place has been considered the most sacred Tirtha Yatra (Holy Walk) and receives millions of devotees and tourists every year. The journey consists of the most authentic adventure through beautiful landscapes, mystical Temples and Monasteries, and breathtaking mountains and high-altitude lakes in Tibet.

Kailash Mansarovar Yatra includes Kailash Kora (circumambulation of Mount Kailash) typically a 3 days trek, completing 52 kilometers around the mountain. It is believed that circumnavigating the mountain will bring good fortune and enlightenment and it cleans the sins committed throughout the lifetime.

Why High Altitude Nomads for your Kailash Mansarovar Yatra?

Highly Experienced & Well Trained Team

A Yatra to Mount Kailash is considered one of the toughest, due to its remote geographical location. Thus, an experienced team with exceptional knowledge and understanding is required for smooth operation. High Altitude Nomads has been operating Tibet Tours and Kailash Mansarovar Yatra since 1990, and our in-house team and operation staffs are well aware of every necessary means to make your trip safer and memorable. Our team is trained time by time for maintaining personal hygiene, safety and security, high altitude sickness, proper sanitation, and cleanliness.

High-Quality Equipment

We use high-quality international standard equipment which ensures safety and a comfortable trip. We make sure of all our tents, sleeping bags, and utilities are internationally recognized and well-tested. Being in a remote region of Tibet, Kailash Mansarovar Yatra needs a meticulous selection of necessary equipment. And with years of experience in operating High Altitude Trekking & Climbing, we know the value of good equipment to make memorable trips.

Best Price Guaranteed

We value every penny you pay and make to make your trip worthwhile. We are concerned to create the best trip for you with quality service at an affordable rate. Our price does not include any hidden charges, except for personal expenses not mentioned in the contract.