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15 Days Fixed Departure Overland tour to Mt. Kailash Mansarovar
MOUNT KAILASH MANSAROVAR YATRA BY JEEPS: 15 Days overland

The twin destinations – Mount Kailash and the calm waters of The Lake Manasarovar, considered the most sacred and
revered pilgrimage for Hindus, Jains and Buddhists – lie in the southwestern part of Tibet. According to legend, you have
to be called by the divine to perform The Holy Kailash Manasarovar Yatra. The first Heli Yatra was experimented in The
Year 2000 and over the years we have improved in infrastructure and have launched fixed Heli departures for Year 2010.
We are pleased to inform that we are the ONLY Mount Kailash Mansarovar Yatra Operator having our associated
chain of hotels / guest houses / Fixed Camps at Prayang, Mansarovar and Dirapuk which no other operator has.
Now we are also setting up Fixed Luxury Tents in Zuthulpuk.
AS PER RECENT REGULATIONS, PILGRIMS ABOVE 70 YRS. ARE NOT ALLOWED TO UNDERTAKE KAILASH
YATRA.

The tour cost for Mount Kailash Mansarovar Yatra by Land cruisers via Nepal for 2011 is as below:
Indian Passport Holders:
INRs 77,999/- per person on twin sharing basis
INRs 82,999/- per person on single occupancy basis
Foreign Passport Holders / NRIs:
US$ 1,999 per person on Twin Sharing basis
US$ 2,199 per person on single occupancy basis
VISA Fee supplement for US Passport Holders would be US$ 120 Per person
(Twin sharing / single occupancy will only be applicable in Kathmandu and Camping whereas at all other places,
dormitory / twin / triple sharing accommodation would be provided)
The above cost for Mount Kailash Mansarovar Yatra by Land cruisers via Nepal for 2011 includes:
• Airport / Hotel / Airport transfers in Kathmandu.
• Three nights accommodation on twin sharing basis at 4* Hotel in Kathmandu (Shanker / Vaishali or equivalent) with daily
breakfast, lunch and dinner (pure vegetarian).
• Three night accommodation on sharing basis in Nyalam in basic hotel with common toilet facility.
• Two night accommodation in Prayang guest house on sharing basis in Prayang with common toilet facility.
• Two night accommodation in New Hotel Saga or equivalent on sharing basis in Saga with attached toilet facility.
• Two night accommodation in basic guest house in Darchen without toilet / shower facility.
• One night accommodation at Chui Gompa Guest house (basic guest house) at Mansarovar without toilet / shower
facility.
• One night accommodation at Dirapuk Hotel (best available hotel / guest house) at Dirapuk without toilet / shower facility.
• One night accommodation at Zuthulpuk in tented camps (fixed / movable) without toilet / shower facility.
• One half day sightseeing tour of Kathmandu valley.
• Transportation Kathmandu / Tibet Border / Kathmandu by Non A/c Coach
• Camping arrangement backed by Nepalese Sherpa crew on full board basis – except inside Nepal, all the meals in Tibet
side shall be cooked and provided by our Sherpa staff.
• Hiring charge of Sleeping Bags.
• Services of an English speaking Nepalese team leader from Kathmandu and an English speaking Tibetan guide from
Kodari Border onwards.
• Transportation inside Tibet by Deluxe 4500 CC Japanese Land Cruiser (4 pax per land cruiser).
• A support truck to carry food / camping equipments etc
• Necessary Yak & Yak men to carry your luggage (one piece per person only) for Kailash Kora
.• Applicable entrance fees to visit Monasteries.
• Normal Tibet Entry Visa fee.
• One duffel bag per person.
• One down jacket per person on returnable basis.
• Yatra completion certificate to each pilgrim.
• Insurance for our sherpa team / team leader.
The above cost for Mount Kailash Mansarovar Yatra by Land cruisers via Nepal for 2011 excludes:
• Travel & medical insurance – we strongly recommend that one should take insurance coverage to cope up with
any eventuality.

• Rescue evacuation cost in case of emergency.
• Insurgent fee approx. INR 500 per person.
• Airfare to Kathmandu and back.
• Extra cost in the event of landslide for hiring additional transportation or porterage on The Arniko Highway (INR 500 -
700) per person.
• Expanses of personal nature viz. soft / hard beverages, photography charges, porterage at the airports / hotels, laundry,
tips, telephone calls etc.
• Yak / Pony hiring charges for riding during Kailash Parikarma • Anything not specifically mentioned in the clause, “The
above cost includes”.
Booking Conditions for Mount Kailash Mansarovar Yatra by Land cruisers via Nepal for 2011:
• Booking shal be accepted with a non-refundable deposit of INR 20,000 per person. Balance payment should be paid at
least 30 days before the trip departure. Payment should be made by bank transfer to our INR or Foreign Currency
Account or should be made by INR draft favoring "Oriental Vacations and Journeys Pvt. Ltd." payable at Delhi.
• Passport copy with minimum 6 months validity.
• Letter from a doctor certifying that the participant is fit to undertake this pilgrimage.
• Booking MUST be made minimum 2 months prior to each departure date
• Booking Form duly filled up.
Cancellation Policy for Mount Kailash Mansarovar Yatra by Land cruisers via Nepal for 2011:
• Once a booking is made, the deposit fee is non-refundable.
• Cancel ation made 30 days before the departure date – 25 % of total package cost.
• Cancel ation made 15 days before the departure date – 50 % total package cost
• No refunds for any cancellation made within 15 days from date of travel.
Special Notes for Mount Kailash Mansarovar Yatra by Land cruisers via Nepal for 2011:
• We strongly advise to keep a provision of 2 – 3 extra days to overcome any delays.
• Due to the nature of travel, there is always the possibility of change in the schedule. The Tour Operator or its associates
shall not be liable for any such delays
• We or our associate agents have the right to change the Itinerary in the event of adverse weather condition or any
unforeseen circumstances beyond our control.
• The Group will be required to follow the itinerary strictly. The entire Group will enter & exit together as per schedule.
• In case of adverse weather conditions or technical snags with the helicopter, there could be a possibility of helicopter
being un-operation for a couple o days, under such circumstances, every effort shall be made to provide them lodging /
boarding etc. and the best available efforts shall be made to make alternate arrangements if possible however under such
circumstances, all additional charges (if any) shall be borne by the guests.
Detailed itinerary for 15 Days Overland tour to Mount Kailash Mansarovar Yatra by 4500 CC Toyota Land cruisers
(4WD Vehicles): Fixed Departure Mount Kailash Mansarovar Yatra Tour from Nepal side
Day 01 Arrival Kathmandu

Take off for The Kailash Yatra! Arrive Kathmandu. Upon arrival, you will be met by our representative at the Tribhuvan
International Airport who will assist you to transfer to your prebooked hotel. Overnight in the hotel.
Day 02 Temple visit in Kathmandu
After breakfast, proceed for a half day sightseeing tour of Pashupatinath Temple and Budhaneelkantha. Evening at leisure
in Kathmandu. We'll obtain your Chinese VISA in Kathmandu on this day however your travel permit for Tibet would be
applied well in advance by us.
Day 03 Drive Kathmandu to Nyalam (3700 m)
After breakfast, we will drive to the frontier town of Nepal at Kodari enjoying a scenic drive through Dhulikhel. From here,
a short walk to the friendship bridge for the drive to Zhangmu, the main entrance of Tibet, China at the height of 2,300 m.
which is about 145 kms from Kathmandu. In Zhangmu, you will be received by guide from our Tibetan counterpart. After
all the immigartion formalities at the check post here, our journey continues for another 35 kms which can take almost 3
hours through the up-winding road to Nyalam with beautiful scenery as the drive brings us for the overnight stay at
Nyalam (3,700 m.). The lodges and guest houses here are very simple and basic. You can expect the unexpected as the
China Tourism in Tibet is slowly picking up since last 10 years. Overnight at Hotel Nyalam or similar.
Day 04 In Nyalam for acclimatization
This whole day is dedicated for acclimatization at Nyalam. We will be going for a short trek of about three hours in Nyalam
itself. Overnight at Hotel Nyalam or similar.
Day 05 Drive Nyalam to Saga (4600 m) 240 Kms./ 6 - 7 hours drive
After breakfast, drive through the windswept territory passing many villages and camps of Yak herders with the distance
view of snow capped mountains. We will be passing through the first highest pass of Lalung La Pass (5000 m) where a
superb view of high Himalayas can be seen from Gaurishanker, Shishapangma to Langtang Himal. Drive past Khunmen
Tso, Sinling, Karru Ongchen and Peigutso Lake (4400m). We continue driving crossing the river "Yarling Tsangpo" known
as Bhramaputra, to reach Saga (4600 m) 240 Kms./ 6 -7 hours drive. Overnight at local guest house.
Day 06 Drive Saga to Prayang (4750 m) 255 kms/ 6 - 7 hrs. drive
After breakfast, drive to Paryang (4750 m) 255 kms/ 6 - 7 hrs. drive through the windswept territory passing many villages
and camps of Yak herders with distance view of snow capped mountains. On this day the road is quite flat, hence the
drive will be comfortable compared to other days. Overnight at Guest House / Hotel Prayang.
Day 07 Drive Prayang to Hor Quo (4560 m) 223 km/ 5 - 6 hrs. drive
After breakfast, drive to Mayum River for 112 km and have lunch. Thereafter drive to Hor Quo (4560 m) 223 km/ 5 - 6 hrs.
We continue driving crossing Mayum La pass (5200 m) and arrive at Hor Quo. Today is the day of lifetime, as we will
have the first sight (darshan) of Holy Mt. Kailash and Holy Lake Manasarovar. Camp on the bank of Holy Mansarover
Lake. Overnight in Camp.
Day 08 AM . Morning Free for Prayer & later Drive to Darchen(4560 M)
Darchen is located beneath the majestic holy Mount Kailash, a small village with couple of guesthouses. During the
auspicious pilgrimage time, this place will be flooded with Pilgrims with hundreds of tents all around. Darchen, the
beginning and end point of the Kora. Serlungf Monastery & optional trek to Nandi Parbat for an excellent view of Mount
Kailsah. The Group will stay O/night at Darchen Guest House & make final preparation for the Kailsah Parikrama. O/night
at Guest House.
Day 09 Drive to Tarboche (13 km) and trek to Dirapuk (4860 m) 7 km/ 5 - 6 hrs.
After breakfast, drive approx. 13 Kms. to Tarboche, the trek starting point of Kailash Parikrama. Tarboche is also known
as the outer "Asthapath". The first day of our Kora is a gradual walk with multitudes of other local pilgrims chanting and
praying. The trail leads us to few ups and downs till we reach our camp/guest house at Dirapuk (4860 m) 7 km/ 5 - 6
hours trek. Camping on the nice grassy meadows with a view of Kailash, north west face. Those not feeling themselves fit
to continue parikarma will drive back to Darchen and wait for the Parikarma group to return. Overnight in Camp/Guest
House.
Day 10 Trek to Zuthulphuk (4760 m) 18 km/ 9 - 10 hrs.
Today our circumbulation (Kora) leads to much higher side of the holy path just beneath the Holy Mount Kailash. The walk
will bring us to one of the highest point at Drolma La, 5,200 m. before descending to the gradual field towards Zuthulphuk
for the overnight stay after 5-6 hours walk. Zuthulphuk (4760 m) 18 km/ 9 - 10 hrs.
After early breakfast, group will set off as the sun's rays break over the ridges above. After the footbridge the trail rises up
a rocky slope. Take this gently but steadily. It soon reaches a level walk. The peak of Mount Kailash rises to the right and
can now be seen linked to a long spur, which joins the eastern ridge. This is the top edge of the glacial valley from which
the Lhachu ("Divine River") flows.
This day is the climax of this holy journey & is the most difficult day of our journey. One has to pass through Drolma La
Pass - 5680m - highest altitude on this tour. Physically it is the most arduous day. At the pass is a large boulder depicting
Tara, festooned with prayer flags. Here too Tibetans leave a memento of themselves such as a tooth, a lock of hair or
even a personal snapshot.
After perhaps 30 minutes, we descend a steep, rock-strewn path to the valley below. Just below the pass is Lake Tu-je
Chenpo Dzingbu (Gauri Kund) i.e. "The Pool of Great Compassion". Take great care now because it is easy to sprain
your ankle or worse. You must negotiate steep staircases down to a snowfield. The only way down is to jump from
boulder to boulder across a large rock fall. On the ridge above is a formations known as the Lekyi Ta-ra ("Axe of Karma"),
as though one's moment ripen in an accident, suffering or death.
A final steep descending staircase brings you to the valley floor. From here it is still about 5 hours to the day's destination
with no shelter in between. It is vitally important to remain on the right hand side of the river, the West bank. If not, you will
get trapped, unable to cross it. The walk now becomes very pleasant and relaxing (as long as the weather is clear and
there is no howling gale.) The path follows the gentle slope of the valley over grassy fields and clear brooks for several
Kilometers before it narrows and turns further south to merge with another valley before reaching Zuthulphuk, the "Miracle
Cave" of Milarepa. Overnight stay in the Second Camp.
Overnight in Camp.
Day 11 Zuthulphuk to Darchen trek 10 km/ 4 - 5 hrs. and drive to Prayang (4750 m)
The morning can be spent exploring the caves and visiting the temples and shrine that has been built around Milarepa's
cave. A married elderly couple supervises the temple, which is usually an active residence for over half a dozen Tibetan
devotees, helpers, or relatives who continuously busy themselves with the tasks of maintaining the buildings.
One imagines Milarepa's disciples meditating here. Many of the caves contain meditation platforms, self-contained by dry
stonewalls which divide them from their cooking partitions and entrance areas. It is well worth the short climb up to these
caves before beginning the final stage of the trek. The winding gradual tracks finally ends our holy pilgrimage walk 10 km/
4 - 5 hrs. Once we reach at the trek end point near Darchen, our land cruisers will be waiting to take the group back to
Prayang by tracing our footsteps returning home leaving the Holy place. (Those who could not do parikarma would be
waiting to welcome other group members at this point). Overnight at Hotel Prayang.
Day 12 Drive Prayang to Saga (4600 m) 255 kms/ 6 - 7 hrs. drive
After breakfast, drive to Saga. Overnight at local guest house.
Day 13 Drive Saga to Nyalam (3700 m) 240 Kms./ 6 - 7 hours drive
After breakfast, drive to Nyalam. Overnight at Hotel Nyalam or similar.
Day 14 Drive Nyalam to Kathmandu
Drive downhill to Zhangmu & Friendship Bridge where transportation awaits for our final leg of journey to Kathmandu (150
Kms)/ 8 - 9 Hrs. After reaching Friendship Bridge, we'll be leaving our Tibet side vehicles on the other side of border and
will walk for approximately 15 minutes towards Nepal Immigration Post where our coach for Nepal would be waiting for us.
Our Border guide will assist us to shift our belongings towards Nepal Side of the bridge. Overnight at Hotel in Kathmandu.
Day 15 Fly back to your home with memories of Mount Kailash & Holy Lake Mansarovar
After breakfast, free for souvenir shopping and other independent activities. In time transfer to International Airport to
board your onward flight else you may extend your stay in Nepal to visit Muktinath Temple or Manokamna Temple or just
relaxing.
Fixed Departure Dates Mount Kailash Mansarovar Yatra Tour 2011 from Nepal side
FIRST VISIT
Travel Tips for Mount Kailash Mansarovar Yatra Tour 2011 by Jeep from Nepal side
Visa & Documentation:
All foreign nationals willing to undertake Kailash Mansarovar Yatra including Indians require a VISA to enter Tibet. One
must be in possession of a valid passport for another six months to obtain Chinese VISA. We will require a scanned copy
of your passport at the time of booking the trip which should be at least 45 days in advance). In case of Indian passport
holders, we shall require original passport in New Delhi approx. 15 days prior to group’s arrival date in Kathmandu so as
to apply for the group VISA in India however passports of Foreign nationals shall be required in Kathmandu itself as their
VISA shall be applied in Kathmandu – Chinese Embassy in Kathmandu issues VISA only on Monday, Wednesday and
Friday. Please note that Chinese Embassy in New Delhi accepts VISA applications between 1030 - 1130 hrs. from
Monday to Friday (excluding holidays). The VISA is not stamped on your passport rather it will be on a separate piece of
paper issued by Chinese Embassy because it shall be a Group VISA.
Accommodation:
Kailash Mansarovar Yatra falls probably in the world's most remote part. Most of the times, you would be away from
modern civilization. One must be well equipped and self contained. The group shall overnight in trekking style camps for
one night only in Zuthulpuk. Use of candles inside the tents is strictly prohibited as tents and sleeping bags might catch
fire due to any negligence. If your tents / sleeping bags are damaged due to misuse by candles or other incendiary
articles, we will expect replacement/ reimbursement of the loss from you. Therefore we suggest you to use torch light
inside the tents.
Guest house accommodation wherever available will be very simple with a cozy room (dormitory at most of the places)
with common bathrooms and toilets. Hot water will be provided in every room for refreshing and for drinking by our Sherpa
team.
• Nyalam Hotel has common toilet facility.
• Prayang guest house has common toilet facility however hot water bathing facility may be available at an additional cost
on direct payment basis to the caretaker.
• New Hotel Saga or equivalent in Saga have attached toilet facility however hot water is available by buckets only
between 2000 – 2100 hrs.
• Guest house in Darchen does not have toilet / shower facility – one will have to use either our toilet tent or shall use the
open space to answer the call of nature.
• Chui Gompa Guest house at Mansarovar is without toilet / shower facility – one will have to use either our toilet tent or
shall use the open space to answer the call of nature.
• Dirapuk Hotel is without toilet / shower facility – one will have to use common toilet tent.
• Zuthulpuk camps (fixed / movable) are without toilet / shower facility – one will have to use common toilet tent or shall
use the open space to answer the call of nature.
Food:
The food will be supplied from our side while in Tibet including breakfast, lunch & dinner with occasional tea break. While
camping or while in guest houses, meals would be served to you in our dining tent. This tent also serves as our meeting
place & living hall. Toilet tents will be put up near the campsite, wherever feasible. Pressurized Lamp shall be used to
lighten camp area. Bed tea will be served in your tent/guest house with a wake-up call. Hot breakfast will be set at dinning
tent. Once Sherpa team pack-up their equipments, please get one thermos flask filled with hot water for en route journey
and then you'll move to your next destination. A light packed lunch will be served on the way. The food will be very simple
and pure vegetarian.
Transportation:
From Kathmandu till Kodari Border, the transportation will be provided by Non A/c tourist bus or van depending upon your
group strength. In the event of any landslide, the best available mode of transport will be used for which guests will have
to pay additional charges as applicable. From friendship bridge onwards you will be provided a 4500 CC Land Cruiser (4
wheel drive) for 4 persons in each jeep. If the road between Friendship Bridge and Zhangmu gets washed away, we may
have to trek for about 2 hrs. There will be a separate support truck to carry the camping equipments and sherpa staff
members. During the Kailash Parikrama, we will provide Yaks to carry the camping & your personal heavy gears (one bag
per person only). A Yak or Poly can be hired for you to ride on direct payment basis. (Yaks are not well domesticated and
trained to ride on it).
Guide/ Escort:
A Tibetan/ English speaking guide will escort the group through out the trip including few Nepali staffs for the camping.
Clothing & Accessories:
Tibet is a dry cold country as such weather may change unexpectedly at any time. Plan your clothing in a way that you
can wear layers of clothes. Depending upon the season, during June, July, August till September, day time will be
pleasant and quite warm with about 15-20 degree Celsius, during afternoon time 1-4 pm can be windy. The morning and
evening will be chilly between minus 2 to 0 degree Celsius. We recommend to carry one warm thick pull-over, one thin
pull-over, two warm pants, two light loose cotton pants, one warm windproof cotton jacket, four cotton sleeve T-shirts, two
thermal under pants, two thermal vests, one rain coat, one pair each of light tennis shoes & light rubber sandal, six pairs
of warm woolen socks, one light cotton or silk scarf, one large cotton or silk scarf, one pair of warm gloves, soft paper
tissues, monkey cap & sun hat, two towels, Wind - Rain Jacket and a sun hat. Proper clothing will be required for both
extremes of climate, for hot sun when trekking through the lower foothills to freezing temperatures at night while camping
in the high valleys. Well fitting, comfortable shoes are preferred over normal shoes.
Toilet Items:
Soap, towel, toothbrush, toothpaste, shampoo, comb, sanitary protection & toilet paper roll etc.
Accessories:
Sun glass (UV protected), sun cream (20 spf or more), chip-stick, water bottle (1 lt.), empty plastic bags, camera & film,
Repair kit (needle, thread, tape, cloth pin, safety pins etc.), Flashlight / Torch with extra batteries, pocket knife, lighter,
note book & pen, head torch, small lock, 4 passport size photographs, a copy of your insurance policy (if any), reading
material, walkman with tapes and spare batteries, personal medical kit.
Photography:
As Tibet gets very bright sunlight due to thin air so taking photographs can be quite glare. We recommend you to take the
advice from the photographic shop while purchasing the film rolls for Tibet. Taking photographs inside monastery will be
charged as per monastery rule. Please ask your guide before taking photographs inside the monastery. Taking
photographs at Army Camps/Check-points is strictly prohibited. A 35 mm system with interchangeable lens will allow you
to get the best shots in most situations. A wide angle [28-35mm] and a telephoto [80-200mm] are very useful. Skylight
filters protect your lens [skylight IB] and a polarizing filter is useful for snow scenes. A brush for cleaning your lens is
important and your camera and lens need to be in protective cases. Kodak chrome 64 is excellent for slides and for prints,
100 ASA film is suitable. Faster films may be needed. 12 rolls of film are not too many for the enthusiast.
Optional:
Ski stick or a normal stick (one can also purchase it at Darchen), neck pillow, face mask (10), games like Cards, chess
etc. for the evenings and an umbrella.
Equipment on Trip:
We also provide Dining Tent, Kitchen Tent, Toilet Tents, Dining Tables, Folding Chairs and full kitchen utensils. We will
provide Sleeping Bag and Foam Mattress for bed. Duffel bag and down jackets are also provided however if you wish ,
you may carry your own too.
Medicine:
We suggest you to bring your own first aid kit with adequate medication regarding altitude sickness, nausea, dehydration
and some painkillers.
Be careful not to catch a cold. It is better to be over-clothed than under protected. En route avoid taking bath or drinking
water from lakes, streams or rivers as your body is not conditioned for this. Since the dry cold winds tend to make the
nose dry, keep your nose smooth by applying Vaseline. Keep your feet dry, never let it get wet. Keep your boots inside
tents to keep them dry. Wearing cotton and wool socks in combination would be the best. Face, feet and hands must be
well protected. Request your doctor to prescribe effective medicines to cover the following: Fever, Body and joint pains,
Cold, Cough, Sore throat, Headache, Acidity, Stomach cramps, Vomiting, Dysentery, Loose motion, Constipation,
Diarrhea, Swelling, Muscle Pulls & Sore eyes.
In addition to the medicines for above, your first aid kid should include following: Vaseline, Band Aid, Cotton, Badge roll,
Dettol, Mouth freshner, Nose inhaler, Toilet paper, Rubber bands, Dust cover (face mask), Cough drops, Lip balm,
Amritanjan/Vicks/ Shi-chu /Tiger- balm, Elastoplast, Adhesive tape, 4" crepe bandage & OAS powder - useful for adding
to your water bottle and for fluid replacing purposes.
Make a separate pouch for the first aid kit with a list of medicines and their appropriate usage. It is advised to carry
glucose and glucose based items (mints, toffees, mini chocolates bars for periodical consumption at high altitude for
energy. Multi-vitamin and vitamin C tablets are required for daily consumption as a routine.
Altitude Sickness:
Acute mountain sickness is a frequent problem in the Himalayan region. The altitude of the peaks and trails between them
are among highest on earth. Acclimatization to altitude above 3000 meters takes time. The body undergoes a number of
physiological changes some of which are immediate like increased pulse rate & respiratory rate. Others appear more
slowly over a period of weeks like the change in acid base balance and production of extra red blood cells. These
changes plus the effect of intense sunlight, walking hard & dehydration may cause a number or mild vague symptoms
such as Loss of appetite, fatigue, headache, nausea, dizziness, palpitations, sleeplessness, mild shortness of breath with
exercise.
The best treatment is prevention! Avoid rapid ascents; take acclimatization symptoms seriously using rest days or diamox
tablets. If symptoms are severe and the patient is ill DESCEND IMMEDIATELY, 300 meters of descent or more should be
sought. This usually gives rapid improvement. To minimize altitude sickness, never rush into things, walk slowly and
firmly. The uneven ground, steep slopes and slushy banks are full of potholes. Do not combine walking and sightseeing
together. Inspect your track in front and trek slowly.
Physical Fitness:
Before booking for this Kailash Mansarovar Yatra trip with us, clients should be in sound good health preparation for this
trip. We advise bit of exercise like morning or evening walk or jogging. Each pilgrim should ensure that he/she is medically
fit and is not suffering from high-blood pressure, diabetes, asthma, heart disease or epilepsy since such conditions might
prove fatal at high altitudes. Medical fitness is of utmost importance. Pilgrims should complete the medical tests and seek
expert medical opinion regarding their fitness to undertake the pilgrimage at high altitude from their respective doctor.
We would require a medical certificate from every individual stating that the person traveling is not suffering from any such
decease as mentioned above and is fit to travel at high altitudes.
Insurance & Emergency Expenses :
We highly recommend all clients to be insured against medical, accidents & necessary emergency evacuation. Please
ensure that your insurance covers evacuation at high altitudes. Also be informed that air evacuation (evacuation by
helicopter) is not possible in Tibet as such guest requiring emergency evacuation will be transferred by surface to nearest
evacuation point in Nepal side after giving the necessary first aid. Any Emergency arrangement other than regular straight
forward tour itinerary service should be borne by the clients themselves.
Please note that our Mount Kailash Mansarovar Yatra Tour Package does not include any rescue or evacuation
expenses in emergencies hence it is advised to be properly insured.

General Considerations while packing for Mount Kailash Mansarovar Yatra Pilgrimage Tour 2011 via Nepal:

Keep the weight and bulk down to a minimum. Baggage allowance on most international flights is 20 Kg's/44 lbs. You will
only need two changes of clothes for Kathmandu. In Tibet, it is important to dress in layers. When it is hot you will only be
wearing a base layer, when it gets colder you can add to this until you are wearing most of your clothes! During Kailash
Parikarma, one bag per person would be carried on Yak. It is advisable to carry your stuff in a duffel bag rather than
suitcase or other normal bags. Following points must be kept in mind while preparing for & during the Holy Mount Kailash
Mansarovar Yatra.
Before starting Mount Kailash Mansarovar Yatra:
1) If you are asthamatic or have any kind of breathing problem, you should not travel.
2) Take advise of your doctor before undertaking this high altitude pilgrimage & always keep your usual/prescribed
medicines (if any) along with beside basic medicines for fever, nausea, dehydration, vomiting body ache and headache
3) Use very strong and rough bags to pack your belongings & don't keep the fragile items in your bag which has to be
carried on the Yak. A duffel bag is advisable.
4) Don't forget to carry some eatables like sweets, chocolates, glucose, candies, mints, khakra, laddu / pinni etc.
5) If possible, engage yourself in some fitness excercise like aerobics every morning.
6) Don't et all expect luxury on this tour however as far as possible, our Sherpa team will ensure you the best journey/stay
with us in this tough terrain.
7) It is always advisable to insure yourself against personal loss, injury/accident, death and emergency evacuation. Make
sure that your policy covers Emergency Evacuation by Helicopter at high altitude treks.
8) As there is no Hindu Temple at Holy Lake and Mt. Kailash as such no priest is available. If you want some spiritual
activity to be performed, please make sure that your personal priest accompany you from your own country or from Nepal.
Do carry essential Havan Samagri, Havan Kunds etc. if you are willing to engage yourself in some spiritual ceremony like
Havan (Yagna).
9) If possible, arrange your Chinese Yuans (which you might require to buy some souvenir or to pay for pony etc.) in your
own country or in Nepal as on the borders, exchange rate might differ. Alternately, you can carry US$ with you which can
be easily converted but Indian Currency notes are not acceptable in Tibet. Do not carry Indian Currency Notes of 500 &
1000 denominations as these are not acceptable in Nepal and can not be exchanged. 10) Upon arrival at immigration
desk at Tribhuvan International Airport, please request the immigration officer to put an entry stamp in your passport
otherwise you'll have to unnecessarily pay INR 500-1000 at Tibet immigration.
11) Don't take too much of clothes along with.
Prior to Mount Kailash Parikarma:
1) Start taking DIAMOX atleast 2 days before starting your journey - once every morning after the breakfast. It should be
taken for 3-6 days. This is to minimize altitude sickness.
2) Drink atleast 3 litres of mineral water everyday till you complete the Holy Yatra.
3) Avoid riding Yak during Kailash Parikarma. A pony is preffered over Yak.
4) Advise your requirements for Pony Hiring (available at an additional cost) to your tour guide atleast a day before the
beginning of Parikarma.
During Mount Kailash Parikarma:
1) Walk gradually, don't compete with any one and never loose your temper as this is going to be the toughest journey
you could have ever made so far. 2) Incase you feel any kind of breathlessness during parikarma, immediately inform our
tour guide or sherpa staff & follow their advise.
3) On the second day of parikarma, you come across the maximum height at Dolmala Pass where Oxygen level is very
low as such don't stop/wait there for more than 5 minutes.
4) During parikarma, you'll come across rivers and streams, you must wash your face ocassionaly with cold water. Avoid
drinking water from streams or rivers enroute.
5) As far as possible, try to walk. But, if you are riding a pony during parikarma, make sure that you hold it properly.
6) On the second day of parikarma, you will see several clothes lying on the rocks, please do't touch the same.
7) Guard yourself from slipping or falling to prevent fractures, sprains and muscle pulls.
8) Do not combine walking and sightseeing together. Inspect your track in front and trek slowly. 9) Travel in the group and
do not leave any one behind unless escorted.
While on the Holy Mansarovar Lake:
1) Don't take a Holy dip in Holy Mansarovar Lake while it is windy.
2) Never take a dip in Rakshas Tal (Lake) as its not auspicious.
3) If you face altitude sickness, do not proceed for parikarma because once you leave Mansarovar or Darchen and wish to
come back from Parikarma due to any reason, there are no facilities available like stretcher etc. Even for Helicopter
evacuation, it may take minimum 10 hrs. to a couple of days depending upon weather conditions.
4) Don't forget to collect some stones from The Holy Lake as each stone is treated as "Shivlinga".
General during Kailash Yatra:
1) If you smoke or consume alcohol, avoid it throughout the journey.
2) Eat as much as you could but avoid overeating.
3) Satellite phone being provided by us on use and pay basis is primarily to facilitate you during any emergency as such
avoid making calls to your well wishers because charging facilities for satellite batteries are very limited and in case of
excess usage, the satellite phone might be useless at the time of any emergency.
4) While in tents, make sure that it is properly zipped and your luggage (which is kept inside the tent) is not touching the
tent's outer surface otherwise in case of rain you might find water inside your tent.
5) Try to be in your own tents while its too windy or sunny. 6) While staying in the guest house, avoid using public toilets (if available) as these are very dirty. It is advisable to use open area or our own toilet tents for toilet purpose. 7) Travel during Kailash Yatra with the TEAM SPIRIT and help your group members in case of any need or emergency. 8) Please do not expect excellent vehicles in Tibet. The terrain being rough, vehicles are bound to break down but do not panic, the drivers are expert enough to repair it. Repaid may take few minutes to a couple of hours but please maintain patience as we can not leave group members behind. 9) As tents and other camping equipments move in trucks, it will take about 2 hours for our sherpa team to pitch-in tents once they reach camp site. Please have patience as truck speed can not be matched with your land cruiser's speed.

Source: http://kailashmansarovar.info/download/Kailash_Mansarovar_jeep_15days.pdf

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