Discover the beautiful Tibet, including Mount Kailash and the highest lake in the world, Manasarovar, with this trekking adventure with a certified guide.
Join this 17-day trekking program to Mount Kailash, a beautiful peak in the Kailas Range in the Trans Himalayas in Tibet, and Lake Manasarovar. A perfect way to discover this region in Nepal.
To begin this program, we will meet you at the Kathmandu Tribhuvan International Airport. We will spend a day getting to know the secrets and main World Heritage Sites of the beautiful Kathmandu, before transferring to Tibet for our trekking experience.
One of the main attractions of this program is arriving in Mount Kailash (6,638 m), very close to where the main rivers in Asia – like the Indus River, the Brahmaputra River, and the Karnali River (a tributary of Ganges ) – have their source. This is also considered a sacred area for four religions, including Buddhism and Hinduism.
Very close to Mount Kailash are the impressive Lake Manasarowar (4,590 m) – the highest body of water in the world -, and Lake Rakshastal.
Along the itinerary, we will trek, drive and camp across beautiful spots in this area like Dirapuk, Paryang, Saga and Nyalam.
Have a look at a detailed day-by-day itinerary below.
For this program, you will be guided by a certified mountain guide from the GuideSource team. At GuideSource we are proud of having more than 35 years of experience guiding groups up in the mountains, with zero serious or fatal accidents. We hope you join one of our groups soon!
Interested in this Kailash Manasarovar Trek, 17-day program? Request your booking! If you are interested in similar programs in this area, have a look at the Annapurna, Nepal, 18 Day Guided Circuit Trek and the Everest Kala Pathar Trek, 15-day program.
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