Spiritual Tours

Starting at

$ 845

Duration : 17 Days

Group Size : 3-5 pax

The home of Sherpa community of Nepal is known as Solu-Khumbu. All famous mountaineers are from Khumbu region. Sherpa belongs to Nyingma-pa Tibetan Buddhist sect. They practice their own Buddhist tradition and custom, which their ancestors brought from East of Tibet. The area above Jorsale, about 113 sq. km is under the protection of National Park. There are blue pine, fir, and juniper forest in the lower elevation and, birch and rhododendron forest in between 3300m to 4000m. Musk deer, Himalayan Thar and Serow are commonly found. There is panoramic view of the Himalayan range all the way from Gaurishanker

You cross the Trakshindo La before descending towards the raging river of the Dudh Kosi. Follow the Dudh Koshi north through terraced hillsides and small villages to join the main Everest trail below Lukla. The route passes through Lush valleys with abundant flora and fauna,spectacular forests of blooming rhododendron in March April, blue pine and fir. Past friendly Sherpa villages and Buddhist monasteries through the famous Sherpa village of Namche Bazaar, Tengboche Buddhist Monastery, Khunde Khumjung.

In this trek you will explore villages and monasteries and see incredible hospitality of the Sherpa people. High light of the trek is to explore world famous sherpa villages, Buddhist Culture, world highest Mountain,Yak caravan Trail, Sagarmatha National Park, World Heritage site and to taste good accommodation and food.

You will trek upto Pangboche to see all magnificent monasteries and Sherpa village in Khumbu regions. You cross the Trakshindo La before descending towards the raging river of the Dudh Kosi. Follow the Dudh Koshi north through terraced hillsides and small villages to join the main Everest trail below Lukla. The route passes through Lush valleys with abundant flora and fauna,spectacular forests of blooming rhododendron in March April, blue pine and fir. Past friendly Sherpa villages and Buddhist monasteries through the famous Sherpa village of Namche Bazaar, Tengboche Buddhist Monastery, Khunde Khumjung.

Starting at

$ 1065

Duration : 17 Days

Group Size : 3-5 pax

This is a unique tour mostly concentrated in and around Kathmandu valley and to a beautiful Langtang National Park to provide special opportunity to you to experience one of the oldest and vibrant cultures of the world. It has fascinating living religions like Hinduism, Tibetan Buddhism, Mahayana Buddhism, Vajrayana Buddhism, Bonpo, nature worship, ancestral worship etc.

July-August if you want to coincide with the Guru Purnima (full moon) festivals of Jhhakris in Gosaikunda or other places where they held the all night gathering.  Otherwise dry season - spring and autumn has nice and beautiful weather.


Spiritual Enlightenment 

A prayer in the ancient Hindu Scripture, Rig Veda, entreats upon God, “ Tamaso Maa Jyotirgamaya, Asato Maa Sadgamaya, Mrityor Ma Amritam Gamaya” or Lead us  from Darkness (Ignorance) to light (Knowledge), from Falsehood to Truth, from Death to Immorality.’

Every human being on earth is in relentless pursuit of love, mental peace and spiritual happiness. According to Sanatan Dharma, the eternal religion, the proven way to overcome the tensions, stress and strain that one faces in daily life is faith in spiritualism (adhyatma). Spiritual practice (sadhana) casts ‘light to do away with darkness’ and liberates a person from sorrow, gloom and despondency. Spiritual enlightenment leads to blissful inner peace (Samadhi). 

Travelling across Nepal can be not only a fascinating physical and visual journey through high mountains, cascading rivers, pristine forests and unexplored landscapes, but also a spiritual journey as well. Viewing the country through a spiritual lens will help see the people and land in that extra dimensional element that one might have missed otherwise. Among the myriad and diverse attractions that have drawn people from far and abroad to visit Nepal, one aspect that is unique to this country, but has often been either overlook or remained barely noticed, is the exalted standing this country holds in Spiritualism.

For many, Nepal remains a mystical land with its harmonious blend of two of the world’s prominent religions, Hinduism and Buddhism, it’s incredibly tolerant people living through a fascinating religious – cultural milieu and its amazing landscapes that in ancient times drew rishis (sages), ascetics, mystics and yogis who wandered in a spiritual mission  in search of tatwa gyan (supreme truth), nirvana (enlightenment ) and divine grace, and today draws spiritual seekers , aspirants of a new bewildered generation seeking tranquility, mental peace and answers to questions that people had long forgotten to ask.

Why Nepal?

Perched along the foothills of mighty Himalayas, Himabakhanda Nepal, as described in the ancient Holy Scriptures, has since time immemorial been a punyabhumi, a holy land recognized for its sacred status as the Adobe of the Gods. Many holy sites and shrines associated with persons, places or events in the Epic Ramayana and Mahabharata and even dating back to creation of the universe as narrated in the Hindu holy Scriptures, Upanishads and Purans, abound in this land. Prominent pilgrimage sites as Barah Kshetra, Mukti Kshetra, Baidyanath Ksehtra, Pashupati Kshetra and numerous other holy sites recounted in the Upanishads, Purans and Swasthani Brata Katha, sprinkled across the geography of the country lend credence to the fact that Nepal remained blessed as a spiritual land. 

The isolated and inaccessible snowy Himalayas, the confluence of holy rivers, the sacred lakes, the pristine dense forests and the solitary mountain caves were the preferred destinations of sages, ascetics and yogis whose quest for nirvana (Spiritual enlightenment) and mokshya (Salvation) led them to place of serene solitude unperturbed by mundane distractions to engage in meditation, penance and self- realization.

Great sages of ancient times like saptarishi (Seven Superior Sages) - KAsyap, Bhardwaj, Biswamitra (Kaushik), Vashistha, Atri, Gautam and Jamdagni- and others like Bhrigu, Rishya Shringa, Ved Byas, Balmiki, Jad Bharat and Pulatsya made their dwelling and meditated by the mountain caves, deep forests and confluences of holy rivers in Himabatkhanda Nepal. Profound thinkers that they were, it is their sermons, discourses and utterances on spirituality that have made Hinduism the enduring and encompassing faith that it is.

In 623 B.C in the southern plains of Nepal on a full moon night in the month of Baisakh (May), a baby born of royal blood in the hollowed gardens of Lumbini, as the Blessed Mother was on her way to Maternal home to give birth to the child as was the prevalent custom than, a gave the world a new philosophy of life, a new awaking with message of universal brotherhood and non-voilence. Nepal and the worlds have joined hands in cooperation to restore the sacred site where Siddhartha Gautam was born to its ancient glory, sublime grandeur and serene tranquility. For the faithful, a journey to the sanctified site, before which other sites pale in religious significance, is a profound spiritual experience. Today, Buddhism, the way of life Lord Buddha propounded, has over a billion adherents and followers spread across the entire globe.

While sages and mystics are now pages of legend or history, yet saadhaks (aspirants) from abroad on their spiritual odyssey to Nepal are likely to come across sadhus, or holy men, who can be faintly described as the contemporary avatar (reflection) of the ascetics of ancient times. With their scant physical attire or ash-powdered body, sadhus reveal sacred symbolism. They are believed to have renounced the world, their kith and kin and worldly possessions in search of adhyatma gyan (Spiritual awakening), God and answer to the question, ‘Who am I in God’s creation?’

They are wanderers, mystics and yogis choosing lone sanctuaries, deep forests or secluded caves far from the madding crowd for their dwelling that often makes access and contact with them challenging. They shun human company and publicity. In the not too distant past, ascetics addressed reverently as Mahatma, Baba or Swami like Khaptad baba (who made his dwelling in Khaptad, Accham district in far western Nepal) and Shivapuri Baba (who dwelt in the Shivapuri Hills north of Kathmandu as well as in Pashupat Kshetra) earned enduring devotion from Nepalese people and abroad for their profound knowledge, sermons and spiritual practices.

The spiritual quest and mental tranquility that people around the world come here to seek have been complemented by the socio-religious-cultural rhythm of the people of Nepal that has remained largely undisturbed over the ages. The spontaneity, hospitality and friendliness that the people of this country display towards visitors reflect the true ethos and spiritual essence of Nepal. It may be difficult for many visitors from abroad to comprehend how despite their hard life and lack of basic amenities, people could still remain content., cheerful and unprejudiced, The answer could somewhere lie in their abiding faith in spiritualism as has been practiced over the ages. 

Things to Engage in


lThe word ‘Yoga’ comes from the Sanskrit word ‘Yuj’ meaning ‘union’ or to join. Yoga is a spiritual science that has been practiced and developed by the rishis and sages of India over thousands of years. Yoga implies harmoniously integrating and body, mind and soul to attain a balanced life and spiritually uniting the individual with the supreme. Yoga is a symphony of life.

The various assortments of asanas or postures, works with the body on a structural level providing enhanced physical strength, endurance and the resistance to diseases. At the mental level, it strengthens concentration and resilience raising the consciousness to a level where one can perceive the spiritual dimension. Yoga aims to attain the state of “Kaivalya” (emancipation or ultimate freedom) by means of its eight paths which in sequential order consists of Yama (self-restraint), Niyama (self-observance), Asana (body posture), Pranayama (breathing control), Pratyahara (withdrawal of the sence), Dharana (concentration of mind), Dhyana (meditation), and Samadhi (self-realization, super consciousness). Yoga is therefore a spiritual quest whereby the aspirant attains health, happiness, mental peace and knowledge.

Nepal offers a number of place in the capital city, Kathmandu and elsewhere to practice Yoga and meditation. Among the prominent Yogic schools where Yogic Asana (postures), Pranayam (control of breathing) and Dhyan  (Meditation) are taught and practiced are the Yog Ashrams or Peeths as they are called. Yoga is immensely popular and practiced in Nepal.


There is a close inter-relationship between yoga and meditation. Ancient Yogis maintained that order for a person to be harmony with oneself and one’s environment, there is a need to balance the body, mind and spirit, that is Yoga and Dhyan (meditation). The tensions and strain of living in a hectic world create conflicts thoughts and actions that leave negative imprints in our mind. Meditation is an effective way to combat stress and tension in life. The yogis claim that in human spiritual evolution, a stage comes when relationships and material wealth lose a sense of purpose and a confused a weary person becomes disillusioned with the ephemeral nature of worldly possessions and sensual pleasures.

This awakening breeds in a person a quest for life that is eternal, one that is detached from the infatuation of the ephemeral and the blind pursuit of material possessions and pleasure. It is then that the person starts looking for a meaningful life and a way to attain mental peace and permanent happiness. Such state of mind is the ripe condition for the practice of Dharma. Meditation is a state of consciousness that cultivates a calm and positive state of mind and awareness. Through regular practice, the energy of the body and mind is liberated with a feeling of bliss that Yogis say, can only be experienced and not described.

In Kathmandu, meditations is taught and practiced in the Yoga camps Osho Tapoban, Vipassana Center, Kapan Monastery and Art of Living Foundation, among others. 

Vedic Vaastu Shaastra:

The word ‘Vaastu” originates from the term ‘Vastoshpati’ uttered in the Rig Beda. Vaastu Shastra is an ancient science that originated in India in the Vedic Age where the sages reflected on the effect of sunlight, gravitational and magnetic forces flowing from the different geographical directions and sub directions. They sought to stabilize the nature’s five elements, also known as pancha tatwa or Paanchbhoota, namely Akash (sky or ether), Prithvi (earth), Jal (water), Agni (fire) and Vayu (wind)in a proportionate way so as to bring about a harmonious balance amidst natural energies like cosmic, solar energy, lunar energy etc. The proper combination of these five elements, life-force energy and geo-magnetic energy is believed to produce positive bio-electro-magnetic energy which moulds the natural environment, creating congenial living conditions for the inhabitants leading to a life of concord, happiness, harmony and peace. 

According to Vaastu, two forces “positive” and “negative” are constantly interacting with each other on the surface of the land. These forces get disturbed whenever any structure is erected on a vacant land. These forces get disturbed whenever any structure is erected in a vacant land. If there are more positive energies than the negative energies, the result of such a construction.

Astrology and the Occult:

Consult an astrolger to know more about your stars and your place in the firmament. And if there is a problem somewhere, the solution is not far either. Nepalis have been doing it for centuries and many will vouch it works. Astrology also has its origin in the Vedas, the major source of virtually everything for the Hindus, written thousands of years ago. Mesh (Aries), Brish (Taurus), Mithun (Gemini), Karkat (Cancer), Simha (Leo), Kanya (Virgo), Tula (Libra), Brishchik (Scorpio), Dhanu (Sagittarius), Makar (Capricorn), Kumbha (Aquarius) and Meen (Pisces) are the 12 signs of the zodiac, and in Nepali they are called Raashi.   Astrology plays a significant role in a Nepali person’s life especially during important transitions in life like marriage, having children, moving to a new house, working on a new business etc. 

The moment a child is born in Nepal, the exact time of birth is noted and given to the astrologer, who according to the position of the different planets in the solar system at that precise moment prepares a Cheena (horoscope).  Astrologers are consulted on various occasions like rice feeding, sacred thread and weddings. Almost all religious festivals in Nepal are governed by astrological readings. Tika during Dashain, Bhai Tika during Tihar, etc are occasions when the astrologers determine the auspicious hours for these festivities to take place. They also forecast the solar and lunar eclipses and their impact on people.  

Where to Go

Osho Tapoban

Osho is a contemporary enlightened mystic, visionary and a rebel. He designed over six hundred techniques of meditation. These scientifically designed techniques unleash a powerful and joyous dynamism between body-mind, creating an effortless and spontaneous backdrop for meditation.

Born in the small city of Kuchwada in India in 1931, Osho attained enlightenment at the age of twenty-one on 21st March 1953. Osho started his spiritual work in the early Seventies and in no time attracted the attention of seekers from all around the world. Thousands of young people flocked to the exotic ashram in Pune, India to meditate in his presence. Later in 1981, Osho travelled to America, where he established his spiritual commune, Rajneeshpuram. During 1985-1986 Osho also made a world tour and travelled to 21 different countries including Nepal. Osho had a love affair with the Himalayas. He instructed Swami Anand Arun to start looking for the land where, finally, his dream of Himalayan commune would come true. Through his grace, the dream did come true. Today, Osho Tapoban is a thriving spiritual community, which hosts people from more than ninety countries every year.

Osho has authored more than 700 volumes of English and HIndi books which were recorded from his extemporaneous lectures given to his disciples and media. Written on his Epitaph over his samadhi in Kathmandu and Pune are his words.

Kopan Monastery:

Just north of the ancient Buddhist town of Boudhanath is the Kopan hill, which rises up out of the terraced fields of the Kathmandu valley and is visible for miles. Dominated by a magnificent bodhi tree, it was once the home of the astrologer to the king of Nepal. This same hill is now the home of Kopan Monastery, a monastery in the Gelug tradition of Tibetan Mahayana Buddhism under the guidance of Lama Zopa Rinpoche. The air is clean and the view across the valley magical.

It is the home of 360 monks, lamas, teachers and workers. The monks come from all areas of Nepal and Tibet with ages ranging from seven to sixty years old. They have devoted their lives to the study and practice of the teachings of Buddha Shakyamuni, with special emphasis on the teachings of Lama Tsong Khapa, the founder of the Gelug Lineage.

Visitors from all over the world come here to attend courses and enjoy the spiritual atmosphere of the place for study and practice. Kopan is committed to helping all beings develop their full potential of infinite wisdom and compassion as taught by our founder, Lama Thubten Yeshe, and spiritual director Lama Zopa Rinpoche.

Kopan Monastery is affiliated with the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition (FPMT), an organization devoted to the transmission of the Mahayana Buddhist tradition and values worldwide through teaching, meditation, and community service. FPMT provides integrated education through which people's minds and hearts can be transformed into their highest potential for the benefit of others, inspired by an attitude of universal responsibility.


Vipassana means to see things as they really are. Ten-day courses in this ancient meditation practice are offered in the major cities of Nepal. The technique is a pure science of mind and matter. It is also an art of living, an antidote to all the stresses and strains of life. It provides a deep pool of peace and harmony within, and ultimately leads to the end of suffering.

There are no charges for the courses, because the technique itself is invaluable. All costs are covered by donations from previous students. To apply, please review the Code of Discipline and find a course scheduled at your most convenient location. Information is also available in other languages. Old students can find out about group sittings, old student courses and other resources on the old student web page (password required).

Satsang( Group discourse in righteous company)

Satsang is a Sanskrit word that means "gathering together for the truth" or, more simply, "being with the truth." Truth is what is real, what exists. So all there is, is Truth. Whenever something increases your experience of the Truth, it opens your Heart and quiets your mind. Conversely, whenever something,. such as a thought, fear, or judgment, limits or narrows your experience of the Truth, the Heart contracts and the mind gets busier. We are all equally endowed with this capacity to discriminate the Truth. Thus, the true teacher, or satguru, is within you, and satsang, or being with the Truth, is endless. You have always been here in the embrace of your true nature as aware, loving space. You have always been in satsang.

ISKCON Temple, Budhanilkantha

Sri Radha Krishna temple is located in Bhudhanilkantha at the bank of visnumati river on the lap of Shivapuri Conservation area. Land including temple, guest house, garden, gausala, restaurant etc. The temple is about a ten-minute walk from the BudhanilkanthaTemple, in a beautiful rural setting. Buses to Budhanilkantha (8 km) depart from Rani Pokhari and Kalanki in Kathmandu, every half-hour.

In this temple the deities of Sri Radha Govinda Hari, Jagannath, Baladev, Suvadra and Gaur Nitai are worshiped and serviced according to Naradiya Pancha-ratra method. The deities established in the temple: Shri Jagannatha is Lord Krishna himself, Baladev is Lord Balaram and Suvadra mata is Lord Shri Krishna's younger sister. Everyday the deities are offered with Bhog six times, clothes, ornaments, arati also devotees organize bhajan-kirtan program inorder to make the Lord happy. Ten initiated devotees are always responsible for organizing these various programs everday.

Lumbini Garden  

The Sacred Garden of Lumbini where Siddhartha Gautam was born offers a placid environ for meditation and spiritual quest. Spiritual discourses on Buddhism are offered at the monasteries here everyday. It is ideal setting for meditation and spiritual enlightenment. Countries with significant Buddhist populations have constructed monasteries and stupas in their native design reflecting their art and culture, and they offer space and tranquil environment for meditation and spiritual quest.

Natural Health Care , Arogya Ashram

Vedic Arogya Ashram welcomes guests from all walks of life Nepali residents, foreigners, children and other people.  We at Vedic Arogya Ashram respect and honor all people as the children of God. Vedic Arogya Ashram is the perfect opportunity to rebalance mind, body and soul. And to reconnect with nature and to peace and joy grow inside the heart. The Ashram is designed to practice Yoga, Reiki, natural therapies, Panchakarma.

Vedic Arogya Ashram is the first Ashram in Nepal with simple living that focus in physical health, dietary requirements, treatments for illness as a healthy body allows the mind to be purified and let higher divine power transformation in our life. At the Ashram we have had very good experience for caring for depression clients. We have developed special schedule which has helped many depression clients. They felt very relief from depression.

The location of Asharm is ideal for those who are seeking therapy rejuvenating, recreating, and reconnecting with their spiritual sides. Ashram is situated 30 minute by bus in a quite village outside from Kathmandu. The Ashram is situated in a clean and quite natural setting. Feel rejuvenated by the scene natural beauty and Fresh Mountain. We can have very nice view of Himalayan range from Ashram in morning on clear days.



Shamanism is the act of dwelling into a state of semi to full unconsciousness to interact and communicate with spirits and relate it back to the real world. While the rest of the world may be unaware and ignorant about the fact, the Himalayas of Nepal dwell with Shamans, basically known as “Dhami” or “Jhakri”. For people with a special interest in the Shamans and the traditions and cultures of Nepal, the newly opened Nepal Shamanism Tour is the best sought after tour in Nepal. For any health or mentality related issues, people in the rural, wild areas still depend upon the Shamanism practitioners to heal them from their pain. These Shamans are supposed to posses the power of healing both the dead and the living by using sacred objects like drums, by chanting or dancing. For a spiritual human being, the Nepal Shamanism Tour is a must.

The tour commences from the arrival into the Kathmandu Valley. Kathmandu is home to archeological delights like the Boudhanath, Syambunath as well as the Pashupatinath situated beside the holy Bagmati river. Holy men known as sadhus can be found here, practicing their daily religious rituals. Next in trial is a visit to the beautiful city of Bhaktapur, also a UNESCO heritage site. Further in the itinerary is a drive to Nagarkot, where you get a chance to meet a local shaman, who will perform sacred shamanism rituals and will give an insight to the shamanism practices in Nepal.

The next day is devoted into driving to the Palanchok Bhagwati temple located in Kavrepalanchowk. This is also a dwelling site for local shamans, and shamanism programs can be conducted after sightseeing around the Panchkhal Valley. After a drive back to Kathmandu, a 30 minute drive will bring the town of Naikap. The Shamanism Study Center is situated here, to aid you on getting an insight on shamanism in the Himalayas. The fascinating stories of local shamans and a chance to take part in a shamanistic ritual of purification are followed by asking personal queries and advices to the local shamans.

Next step is to drive to the beautiful lake city of Pokhara, where boating, paragliding and sightseeing activities can be carried out. This is followed by a drive to Sarangkot for the exclusive sunrise view, after which a local shaman at the Tibetan refugee camp at Hyemja can be consulted for further information about Tibetan shamanism. A drive back to Kathmandu ends this unique, spiritually enlightening tour.



Different people have different capacities for spiritual understanding and practice. For this reason, out of his compassion, Buddha Shakyamuni gave teachings at many levels, just as a skilful doctor administers a variety of remedies to treat different types of sick people.

For those who wish merely to attain human happiness Buddha gave teachings revealing actions and their effects, or karma; and he taught moral discipline as their main practice. For those who wish to experience the permanent inner peace of liberation, or nirvana, for themselves alone, Buddha gave teachings on the faults of samsara; and he taught the three higher trainings – training in higher moral discipline, training in higher concentration, and training in higher wisdom – as their main practice.

For those who wish to attain the ultimate goal of full enlightenment Buddha gave teachings on the development of great compassion and bodhichitta; and he taught the six perfections – the perfections of giving, moral discipline, patience, effort, mental stabilization, and wisdom – as their main practice.

All these teachings are open to anyone who wishes to study and practice them. The experiences that are gained from practicing them are called the ‘common spiritual paths’.

Besides these teachings, Buddha also gave teachings on Tantra. These may be practiced only by those who have received Tantric empowerments. The experiences gained by practicing these teachings are called the ‘uncommon spiritual paths’.



Starting at

$ 4805

Duration : 15 Days

Group Size : 3-5 pax

Buddhist, Hindus and Bonpo faithful consider Mt. Kailash as their sacred land. The mountain is known as the throne of “Shiva", a powerful God in Hindu mythology. Buddhist considers it as Kang Rinpoche, the precious Snow Mountain. Devotee of Jain religion considers the peak as Mount Ashtpada. Rishabanatha, founder of Jain faith, believed that he gained spiritual liberation on the summit of Mt.Kailash.  Bon po, pre Buddhist religion in Tibet believes that this is the 'Nine storey Swastika Mountain' that lead to the heaven. Despite its barren and dry features the lake and the mountain has magnetic influence to devotees and visitors alike. The pilgrims walk and prostate around the mountain path of 55-km Kailash parbat (mountain) known to them as Meru in ice and stone. There is a strong belief among Hindus and Buddhist that a single walk around the holy mountain would wash away all the sins of a lifetime. Travelers and explorers see in its raw form the amazing beauty in the middle of dull landscape and the faithful feels that it is the sanctuary of the God which gives life to the entire human being. Everybody always find in it something valuable. Kailash peak and Mansarover Lake are situated at 4500 meter above sea level at the highest elevation on the Tibetan plateau. It is the source of holy rivers of south Asia like Indus, Sutlej, Brahamaputra and Karnali Mt. Kailash. It is the only peak in the entire Himalayan range revered as ultimate sanctity. It is also one of the highest Mountains in Tibet at over 6714m (22,022 ft) and Lake Manasarovar at 4558m (14,950 ft) is probably the highest freshwater lake in the world. Though the entire Himalayas is regarded as divine dwelling yet Mt. Kailash is the only peak that is revered as ultimate sanctity. Pilgrim takes bath in the lake Mansarover, known as Mana (mind) of Brahama.

The place is certainly remote and difficult to reach especially in the extreme weather conditions and often on dusty and rough road. The distance from Kathmandu is about 1000 km and from Lhasa it is almost double. On the geographical aspect the mountain is the source of four great rivers that merge in the Bay of Bengal and Arabian Sea. It is the source of the civilization of Indus and Brahamaputra river valley in India. Despite the reality of Cultural Revolution in China and Tibet, regions around Kailash suffered least. Though many monuments around it and in the vicinity were destroyed yet the faith of its followers has remained stronger than ever. More than the pilgrimage of your lifetime it is truly an adventure that remains with you life long.  

The distance in Tibet is very wide and the road is rough. So schedules are often disrupted by mechanical problem, floods, or landslides. To tackle the problems that arise out of these unforeseen circumstances you would certainly need spirit of adventure and patience. In fact your journey to Tibet would be a rewarding and unforgettable experience like the one Tibetan pilgrim get once they are in Lhasa. The trip to Tibet is in high altitude region. The road is at elevation above 3600 meter (12000 ft.) above sea level most of the time and goes as high as 5300 meter if you go to base camp of Everest or Kailash in a short period.

We travel from Kathmandu by bus to Kodari bridge known as Friendship Bridge, and travel on ward to Zangmu and Nyalamu. At Nilamu you are already at a high elevation. We spend a day at Nyalamu to acclimatize your body and then continue to drive to Saga, Paryang and ultimately to the holy lake of Mansarover. We start our Parikrama (Walk around) of Mt. Kailash from Darchen. After the parikrama we drive back to Zangmu and to Kathmandu through the same route.

The total distance around Mt. Kailash is 55km. Yaks and porters carry camping gear and food. You follow the guide and other pilgrim on the trail around the holy mountain. The camp staff takes care of meals and sleeping during the entire parikrama (walk around).  The staff takes care of every need. You walk on your own pace though local takes less than 3 days to complete the round. Beside the normal walk chanting mantra there are other who make full body prostration throughout the parikarima. It is an amazing sight. The walk around Kailash is a pious thing to do for both Hindus and Buddhist.

It is believed that making a praikrama (walking round Mt. Kailash) would wash your sins away. Specially when this is done on an auspicious year or time. On such an occasion a circuit equals to 13 circuits completed during the year.

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