The remote Simikot Kailash Trek was made possible only in the year 1993 when Governments of Nepal and China agreed to open the border between these two countries. The starting point of Simikot Kailash Trekking, Simikot exists in the desolated lands of Far Western Nepal in Humla district. We will follow the ancient Simikot Kailash trekking route to Kailash.
Simikot to Kailash Trek offers the best experience of traveling through the rugged Highland terraces. The trail swings forth through the dense woods that are rich in diverse floras and faunas. We will pass through the culturally rich settlements of Nepal and Tibet where local people are still following their ancient culture and traditions. Mount Kailash and Manasarovar Lake are the utmost jewels of Kailash Trekking via Simikot.
Action Himalaya Adventure (P.) Ltd. offers 20days Simikot Kailash Trekking package. Leaving Kathmandu, we will head to Nepalgunj from where we willtake 50minutes of pleasant flight to Simikot. Simikot is the Headquarters of Humla. Trekking begins at Simikot. The trail moves through village of Dharapani to Sali Khola. From Salikhola, we will cross the settlements at Muchu to arrive at Zutulpuk. The trail afterwards Zutulpuk is really challenging. It is perhaps the most difficult part of Kailash Parikrama. We will cross Drolma La Pass (5630m) and lower down along Thukpe Dzingbu Lake to Zutulpuk Monastery.
Journey continues through Darchen and Purang and we will pass through Rakshas Lake and Mayum La Pass to Manasarovar Lake. From Manasarovar Lake, we will reach Mount Kaialsh. Pilgrims believe that the circumambulation of Mount Kailash will cleanse their sins and make them liberated. Kailash Parikrama initiates and concludes at Darchen after passing through Derapuk and Zutuluk.
Mount Kailash holds prime position in four religions of the world including Hindu, Buddhist, followers of Bon Po and Jains. Although being a land of paradise in itself, Mount Kailash receives few visitors each year due to being remote.
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Simikot to Kailash trek
Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu
Day 02: Sightseeing in Kathmandu: Basantapur Durbar Square, Pashupatinath, Swayambhu, Boudhanath
Day 03: Fly from Kathmandu to Nepalgunj a hour
Day 04: Fly to Simikot (2,985m) and trek to Dharapori (2,360m) 4 - 6 hours
Day 05: Dharapori to Kermi (2,860m): 5 - 6 hours
Day 06: Kermi to Yalbang (2,879m): 5 - 6 hours
Day 07: Yalbang to Tumkot (3,073m): 5 - 6 hours
Day 08: Tumkot to Yari (3,663m): 6 - 7 hours
Day 09: Yari to Hilsa (3,647m) via Nara La pass: 5 - 6 hours
Day 10: Hilsa to Purang (3,772m): 2 - 3 hours
Day 11: Purang to Montser (4,450m) and sightseeing in Tirtapuri: 3 - 4 hours
Day 12: Sightseeing of Garuda Valley, then transfer to Darchen (4,560m): 3 - 4 hours
Day 13: First day of Kora: hiking to Dira Puk Monasterys (5120m), 5 - 6 hours
Day 14: Second day of Kora: hike to Dzutul-puk (4790m): 18km, 6 - 7 hours
Day 15: Third day of Kora: hiking to Darchen (4,560m): 14km, 3 - 4 hours and transfer to Manasarovar
Day 16: Tour of the Mansarovar Lake
Day 17: Mansarovar to Saga (4,600m) 495 km, 8 – 9 hours
Day 18: Saga to Zhangmu (3,750m) 325km, 4 – 5 hours
Day 19: Zhangmu to Kathmandu: 153km, 4 – 5 hours
Day 20: Final Departure
· Accommodation on Hotel/Guest House and tent Camp. As per the above itinerary.
· Transportation by 4WD Land crusier.
· All Sightseen and entrance fee as per the itinerary.
· All Necessary Travel and Trekking Permit.
· All trekking Equipment in including mattress and tent.
· One Small Supporting Truck to bring logistic support + foods. (Above 03 Pax)
· Yak and Yak man During the Trek to bring Luggage and food.
· Daily Breakfast during stay in Hotel and full board (B/L/D) Basis during stay in Tent Camp.
· Necessary Government taxes and Service charge.
· Lunch and Dinner during stay in Hotel/Guest House.
· Nepal Re-entry visa fee.
· Sleeping bag and Down jacket (Good Quality thick one)
· Laundry,Telephone call and hot water Bottle
· Personal expenses
· Tips for Guide, Driver and Sherpa Staffs
· Travel expenses
· Gyammow Bag (Pressure Bag)
· Medical fee if in case of emergency
· Hiring porter or Horse.
· Rescue and Evacuation Service
· Any Additional cost due to Natural calamity and Unforeseen Circumstances and etc.