Simikot Kailash Zhangmu Tibet Tour
Simikot Kailash Zhangmu Tibet Tour, though challenging, presents an extraordinary experience that stands beyond human imagination and is almost inexplicable. Overwhelming landscapes, exotic cities, artistic monasteries, all these and more are waiting to reward you. If you long to discover the archetypal region within a short period of time, this trip is particularly designed targeting those parties who have limited time and yearning to explore the devout Kailash. The trip concludes with an overnight stay at Nyalam and then drive to the Friendship Bridge bordering Nepal and China. Simikot Kailash Zhangmu Tibet Tour one of the great tour Nepal and Tibet but Tibet is one of the cultural and religion typical as well as natural diversity
Day 2: Sightseeing in Kathmandu valley by private vehicle with an expert tour guide.
- Kathmandu Durbar Square
- Swayambhunath (Monkey Temple)
- Boudhanath Stupa (Large white Buddhist Stupa)
- Pashupatinath (Hindu Temple)
- Patan Durbar Square (Ancient city)
- Bhaktapur Durbar Square (55-window palace)
Day 3: Fly to Nepalgunj: Today we take the ninety-minute flight to Nepalgunj in the far southwest of Nepal. It is a busy crowded city which lies close to the Indian border.
Day 4: Fly to Simikot (2960m) then trek to Dhara Pokhari (2300m): This morning we fly north for about 50 minutes to Simikot, the headquarters of Nepal’s most remote district, Humla. After meeting our crew, we set off on our trek, climbing up from the airstrip on a rocky trail past fields of barley and wheat. We ascend a forested ridge above the town of Simikot, before making a long steep descent past Dandaphoya. The trail is then fairly level, through walnut and apricot trees, until we come to the scattered village of Dhara Pokhari which is divided by the Yakba Khola.
Day 5: Trek to Salli Khola (2700m): Leaving our campsite, we cross a long scree slope and follow the river to a waterfall near the shepherds’ camp at Chachera. We then climb over a ridge and bypass the village of Kermi before entering a big valley with walled fields of potato and buckwheat. After walking through a sparse pine forest we descend from the ridge to the Salli Khola and camp by the river.
Day 6: Trek to Muchu (2920m): We cross the river and climb over a rocky ridge before descending to the grey waters of the Humla Karnali. After crossing another ridge we come to a sandy meadow where goat herders often camp by the river. Beyond the meadow the valley narrows and we cross several more ridges, passing the villages of Yalbang and Yangar. The trail then winds its way precariously above the river before we cross a suspension bridge to the village of Muchu.
Day 7: Rest day: Today is a rest day which we’ll spend in and around Muchu, exploring the village with its stone houses and gompa.
Day 8: Trek to Sipsip (4330m): From Muchu, we follow the trail over a ridge to the Tumkot Khola and then walk along the rocky stream bed for a short distance before beginning a steep climb through a rock-filled gully. We pass through Palbang and its bright yellow mustard fields to the small settlement of Yari and beyond here the route climbs up the valley towards a pass, the Nara Lagna. We camp below the pass in a meadow known as Sipsip.
Day 9: Trek to Hilsa (3720m): From Sipsip we ascend steeply to a rock cairn marking the top of the Nara Lagna (4580m). Descending from the pass, we have views of the Tibetan Plateau before arriving at the village of Ranipauwa. Beyond here, we slip and slide on a surface of loose pebbles down to the Humla Karnali.
Day 10: Trek and drive to Taklakot (3930m): Shortly after crossing the Nepal/Tibet border which is marked only by a stone pillar, we meet our transport and drive via Khojar Nath (Temple of Rama, Sita, and Laxman) Taklakot is the large trading center of the west Nepal-Tibet border.
Day 11: Rest day for acclimatization.
Day 12: Holy-Manasarovar (4558m): The highest freshwater lake in the world with a turquoise complexion is full of fish and swans. Holy Kailash Parbat, Mount Gurula-Mandala, Lake Rashekshi are lying on its surrounding. The region is considered rich for gold and other mines, hot springs and hundreds of wild living creatures. The night will be spent at Chu Gumba.
Day 13: Puja and drive to Tarchen (14975ft) 40km: Manasarovar is the lake of compassion, tranquillity, and bliss. After completing the memorable morning bath and Puja we will be heading towards Tarchen. It is considered as a base camp for the Holy Kailash Parikrama.
Day 14: Trek to Dehara Puk (5000m): It is an exciting day walking along the beautiful rocky cliffs; waterfalls with some clouds in the clear blue sky, making you feel that Great God Shiva is everywhere with tons of blessing to you. Time to time the face of Kailash Parbat will keep on appearing. For the 15 kilometre trail, it takes almost 7 hours.
Day 15: Hardest but Holiest day of your pilgrimage Yatra with Dolma-La (pass) of 5670m between two valleys: Yamasthal should be crossed to reach the Shiva-sthal while your steps go closer to the pass. Once you reach the top, just do the holiest offering and sit down for meditation. Once you step down, Parvati-stal and Gauri Kunda are on the way. By the late afternoon, you will arrive at Zuthal Puk (the cave of Miracles). The great ascetic Milarepa is supposed to have performed miracles here.
Day 16: End of Kailash Parikrama and drive to Manasarovar: After walking 3 hours, all the driving crew will be waiting for your arrival. By the late afternoon, you will be at your lodge/camp.
Day 17: Drive to Paryang (277km) 7-8 hrs.
Day 18: Drive to Saga (185km) 7-8 hrs
Day 19: Drive to Nyalam or Zang Mu: (296km) 6-7 hrs.
Day 20: Drive back to Kathmandu (163km) 9-10 hrs.
Day 21: Kathmandu extra activities and shopping and relaxing.
Day 22: Transfer to the airport for your onward flight.
- Airport pick-up and drop off by the private vehicle.
- Sightseeing by private vehicle with the tour guide.
- Four nights in your selected Kathmandu hotel with breakfast.
- Flights (Kathmandu – Nepalgunj – Simikot) as per the itinerary.
- Special trekking permits for the Nepalese part.
- Porters and mules from Simikot to Hilsa border.
- Land Transfer by 4 Wheel Drive (4500 model Land Cruiser) in Tibet.
- One Support Truck to carry kitchen equipment, food and trekking gear.
- Chinese visa and Tibet travel permit and other applicable entry permits.
- One English speaking guide, one cook and helpers during the tour.
- Camping gear for the entire tour such as two-man tent/dining tent/kitchen tent/toilet tent and all kitchen utensils.
- Full board meal during the tour (western, continental and Nepalese meals are served).
- Staff insurance.
- Portable Altitude Chamber (PAC) and Oxygen (it is used in case of emergency).
- Service charge and all taxes.
- Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu.
- Bar bill.
- Personal expenses.
- Nepal visa.
- Insurance for travel.
- International flight tickets.
- Departure tax and other expenses which are not mentioned above.
- Tips for stuff.