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Gangs Rin-po-che is the Tibetan name of Mt. Kailash which is considered as a sacred place in four regions: Bon Religion, Buddhism, Hinduism and Jainism. Every year, thousands make a pilgrimage to Kailash for the faith they believed that...more
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Within Pulan County | Humla Simikota, Burang County 859500, China
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I know it is very hard for me to put my Kailash journey in words - Please feel free to reach out to me if I can be any help information related to Manasarovar & Mount Kailash journey, will try...More
Just finished the highly blessed and exalted Kailas Yatra with Trip to Temple (August 25th to September 3rd, 2019) on the 10/11 days package. This is my first Kailas Yatra, ever. Overall, I had a great experience with TTT with all of their systematic and...More
After a soft treck of 23 km from yamadwar , which is on the south side of the peak, you will reach first base camp at derspuk monastery. This is at north face of Mount. It is a very scenic place. You will feel the...More
When your parents want to take you to mount kailash you think why am I going to a yatra at such a young age!! But to go to these places we gotta be young because we need all the energy we can muster!! We went...More
I (S.B.Nandakumar) here to explain the difficulties faced by me for the trip to Kailash & Manasarover trip arranged by Cox & Kings. Giving payment (Rs.283000 for 2 persons), handing over passport for Chinese visa and getting only permit, till then everything ran smoothly. It...More
I recently came back recently from the Yatra organised by Shree Kailash Tours (Ahmedabad, Gujarat) in the July/August batch. It was a blessing to be in Manasarovar during the Shravan month and do the Parikarma during this auspicious time. Although the initial days leading to...More
For the last many years I had dreamt of visiting Kailash Mansarovar . My dream came true after visiting the holy location. I visited Kathmandu and commenced journey with the visit to the Pashupati nath temple .
Sujan greeted me and my friend from Califonia...More
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August, September are rainy seasons in that area. That said, Tibet is a desert. So the rains are not expected to last very long within Tibet. Also it is the prime flower season there, so the views are spectacular on good... More
August, September are rainy seasons in that area. That said, Tibet is a desert. So the rains are not expected to last very long within Tibet. Also it is the prime flower season there, so the views are spectacular on good days. The main concern however, is in the journey to Tibet from Nepal. During August the lower elevations can see a lot of rainfall. Due to this there can be landslides on the road. Or the helicopter services can be delayed or cancelled due to bad weather. But on this journey everything is luck. Weather cannot be fully predicted. When We visited around the 3rd week of August and the weather was spectacular. But just two days before we had gone to Kailash, it had rained very hard and the Parikarams were cancelled. So take the name of God and take your chance and go for it. I would say between June to September anytime is a good time.