Mt.Everest & Mt Kailash Kora Pilgrimage Group Tour

Duration:
15 Days
Price:
From $1780
Destination:
Lhasa – Gyantse – Shigatse - EBC - Saga – Darchen - Kailash Trek - Lake Manasarovar – Saga - Shigatse - Lhasa
Season:
  • Spring
  • Summer
  • Autumn
  • Winter
Tour Type:
Group Tour
Group Size:
Max 12
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This is a trip to take you from Lhasa to the west of Tibet, Nagri and then return to Lhasa. 2-day Lhasa sightseeing lets you have a general understanding of the history of Tibet, the humanities and the lives of the local people. And then you will head to the world's highest peak, the Mount Everest via Gyangze, Shigatse, and Tingri. The last but not least, you will reach the Mt.Kailash. Kailash in Tibetan means the treasure of the snow-capped mountain. Hinduism, Tibetan Buddhism, Bon - native religion in Tibet and Jainism recognize it as the center of the world. Indians also think that this is the center of the world. They think Shiva lives here, who has the strongest mana and the highest position. At the same time, the upper reaches of the Indus and the Ganges originates from here. So, around the Mt.Kailash, you can see a large number of Indian pilgrims. Mt.Kailash is not the highest mountain in the area, but only the peak of its year-round snow can shine with a strange light in the sun shining, eye-catching eyes. The distribution of the four walls of the peak is very sharp symmetry, the shape of the crown pyramid. The special mountain shape is very different from the surrounding mountains. For centuries, the Mt.Kailash has been a fascinating place in the minds of pilgrims and explorers, but no one has ever been able to board the mountain, or no one has ever dared to break the center of the world.

DayRoute
1 Arrival in Lhasa (3680m)
2 Lhasa sightseeing
3 Lhasa sightseeing
4 Lhasa- Gyantse(4040m)- Shigatse(3840m), 360km, approx 6hrs
5 Shigatse -Tingri -Rongpuk –EBC(5100m), 350km, approx. 7hrs
6 EBC-Saga (4600m), 450km, approx. 9hrs
7 Saga – Darchen (4560m), 490km, approx 9hrs
8 Darchen-Dirakpuk (4700m), (driving 8km, Trek 18km)
9 Trek from Dirakpuk-Zuktulpuk (4790m), 24km, approx 6hrs
10 Trek from Zuktulpuk- Darchen, 14km, approx. 2hrs; Drive from Darchen -Manasarovar (4560m)-Payang, 240km, approx. 5hrs
11 Payang-Saga, 290km, approx. 5hrs
12 Saga-Lhatse(4000m)-Shigatse, 520km, approx. 8hrs
13 Shigatse – Lhasa, 280km, approx 5hrs
14 Lhasa sightseeing
15 Lhasa departure
Day 1 Arrival in Lhasa (3680m)

Our staff will greet you at Lhasa Airport/Railway to transfer you to the hotel. From Lhasa Airport to downtown Lhasa, usually, it takes about one hour. It’s about 20 minutes driving from Lhasa Railway Station to your hotel. In order to adapt to the high altitude in Tibet, you'd better have a rest and don’t do strenuous exercise. If you feel good, you can visit the Potala Palace Square, far view the Yaowang Mountain and take a panoramic view of the Potala Palace. Remember to drink lots of water, eat light and high carbohydrate foods help you adapt the high altitude better.

Stay overnight in Lhasa, 3★/4★

Other service: Free Lhasa Railway Station transfer at all time on first & last day, Free Lhasa Airport transfer on first & last day at times
Day 2 Lhasa sightseeing

After breakfast in the hotel, tour guide and driver will meet you in the lobby of the hotel and pick you up to Drepung monastery, located about 45km to the north of Lhasa. Drepung monastery is one of the “great three” Gelug monasteries of Tibet with Sera Monastery and Ganden Monastery.

In the Afternoon, you will visit Sera Monastery, another one of the “great three” Gelug monasteries of Tibet, home to over 600 monks. The hot attraction is the Monks debate at around 3 - 5 in the afternoon from Monday to Saturday. Even if you can’t understand their debating, it’s interesting.  

You will have a welcoming dinner this tonight, talk with group members from all over the world. 

Stay overnight in Lhasa, 3★/4★

Drepung Monastery is also a Buddhist education base. It is the best place to learn and impart the Buddhism.
Sers Monastery, a best place to see the colorful debates on Buddhist doctrines
  • Breakfast
  • Welcome Dinner
Day 3 Lhasa sightseeing

Today, you will visit the most famous Potala Palace according to the time of ticket and in peak season, there is a visit time limitation. Potala Palace is the winter palace of the Dalai lama. It has been put to use since the 7th Century by the 33rd great king of Tibet. The most valuable collections of Potala Palace are the gilded burial stupas of former Dalai Lamas and meditation Cave of the 33rd great king of Tibet. 

At noon, the tour guide will bring you to a good restaurant to have lunch and have a rest. In the afternoon, you will head to Jokhang temple which was founded by the 33rd great king of Tibet in the 7th century. Inside you can see the statue of Buddha Sakyamuni at the age of twelve. Outside, you can see pilgrims making prostrating in front of Jokhang Temple. Around the temple is Barkhor Street, where you can do Kora with pilgrims and locals and explore the old market.

Stay overnight in Lhasa, 3★/4★

The Potala Palace stands in the ancient Lhasa for centuries and plays an important role in Tibetan people’s beliefs.
In front of the Jokhang Temple, you can see many pilgrims are worshipping and performing their devotions.
  • Breakfast
Day 4 Lhasa- Gyantse(4040m)- Shigatse(3840m), 360km, approx 6hrs

We will pass by Kampala pass (4794m) on the way from Lhasa to Shigatse and visit Yamdrok Lake. Covering 638Km², Yamdrok Lake is one of the three largest sacred lakes in Tibet. The lake is surrounded by many snow-capped mountains and is fed by numerous small streams. 

Later we will pass and enjoy the Karola Glacier on the roadside. It is about 300m from the main highway with easy access on your way to Gyantse.

Then visit the main monastery in Gyantse - Pelkor Chode Monastery. Pelkhor Choede in Gyantse town is located about 230km to the south of Lhasa and 100kmto east of Shigatse. The monastery is a short walk from the heart of the town.

Stay overnight in Shigatse, 3★/4★

Yamdroktso Lake is a freshwater lake in Tibet
The white glacier is spectacular from the highway
  • Breakfast
Day 5 Shigatse -Tingri -Rongpuk –EBC(5100m), 350km, approx. 7hrs

In the morning, you will leave Shigatse to Lhatse, a small town located 150 km from Shigatse, and you may have lunch in local restaurant. After a short rest, you will go ahead to Tingri. You will pass Tsola Pass(4600M), and Gyatsola Pass(5248M). In the late afternoon, you enter Mt. Everest National Nature Reserve. You can enjoy the panorama of Himalaya at Gawula Pass (5198m).Then we drive along the New zigzag road to Rongpuk or the Tent Camp to stay overnight. If the weather is good, you can have a clear view of the sunset of golden Everest peak.

Stay overnight in Rongpuk guesthouse or Nomad Tent, (Dorm Bed)

Rongbuk Monastery has guesthouse for the tourists. There are lots of tents nearby as well. Tourists need to be careful on the belongings.
Rongbuk Monastery is a monastery of Nyingmapa. It is founded by Ngawang Tenzin Norbu in 1902, distinctively housing both monks and nuns.
  • Breakfast
Day 6 EBC-Saga (4600m), 450km, approx. 9hrs

You can get up early and enjoy the sunrise of Everest Peak at lodging area if the weather is good. And then, we can drive you to the Everest Base Camp. After that, drive to saga, on the way, you can view of the worlds’14th highest peak Mt.Shishapangma (8012m). Later, you will reach Lake Peiku tso(4590m) and have a rest there. Then continue to Saga, If you are lucky enough, you are very likely to see wild animals like the wild donkey, wild antelope etc.

Stay overnight in Saga, Guesthouse/3★

It is nice to watch the sunrise and the sunset at EBC. And if you couldn’t fall asleep at night, it is worthy to enjoy a spectacular starry sky on a clear night.
Peikutso lake
Day 7 Saga – Darchen (4560m), 490km, approx 9hrs

Today, you will spend a lot of time on the way, but it’s worthy to see the landscape along the way.You’ll have stunning views of the great Himalayans to the south and Trans-Himalayan to the north as we drive across the vast plains. This region is home to nomads, you’ll see the beautiful grassland and local's villages. As we cross the Mayomla Pass (5112M), you can enjoy the spectacular vista of Mt. Naimonanyi(7694M).

During this thrilling journey, you’ll pass by sand dunes, mountains, and sandstone valleys before we reach the Darchen, a small nomadic village and important launch point for pilgrimages around Mt. Kailash. Upon your arrival, you can explore the Darchen town on your own. If you need porters and yaks, your tour guide will arrange it for you this afternoon.

Stay overnight in Guesthouse/4★

Day 8 Darchen-Dirakpuk (4700m), (driving 8km, Trek 18km)

In the morning, you will take an eco-bus (included in the cost) to Sarshung valley and start the trekking from there. If you have hired porters and yaks in the last day, you’ll meet them there. (The cost of hiring yaks, horses, and porters are not included in the package). You’ll trek about 18 km from Sarshung valley to Drirapuk Monastery, where you will stay overnight there in a guesthouse.

Stay overnight in Guesthouse, Dorm Bed

It is said that one kora around Mt Kailash can wipe away sins of this lifetime; 108 koras can help people break the cycle of rebirth and assure one of nirvana at death.
Mt. Kailash is known as the holiest mountain in the world. Hinduism, Tibetan Buddhism, Bon and Jainism recognize it as the center of the world.
  • Breakfast
Day 9 Trek from Dirakpuk-Zuktulpuk (4790m), 24km, approx 6hrs

Today is the most challenging day of the trekking, you’ll climb over the highest pass of the Kora, the Dromala pass(5630m). After a short rest at the top, we will climb down into the long valley and stop for lunch at the Shabjay Dakpo nomadic tent. On the way, you can have a rest in a teahouse. Then you will continue to the Zultulpuk , built by two important religious figures, Milarepa and Naro Bonchung. At last, you will visit Zutulpuk Monastery. You will find the footprint and handprint of Milarepa inside the cave. 

Stay overnight in Guesthouse, Dorm Bed

Mt. Kailash is known as the holiest mountain in the world. Hinduism, Tibetan Buddhism, Bon and Jainism recognize it as the center of the world.
It is said that one kora around Mt Kailash can wipe away sins of this lifetime; 108 koras can help people break the cycle of rebirth and assure one of nirvana at death.
Day 10 Trek from Zuktulpuk- Darchen, 14km, approx. 2hrs; Drive from Darchen -Manasarovar (4560m)-Payang, 240km, approx. 5hrs

It's an easy day of the trek. You'll trek 14 km to complete the Kora. According to Buddhism theory, doing a kora around a holy mountain for one circle can get rid of the sins and miseries for the whole life. Only after going through lots of hardships, you can feel the happiness and gratification brought by kora. Then you take the shuttle bus to Darchen, the cost is at your side, USD10/person. We will drive you from Darchen to Mansarovar, the top holy lake in Tibet. It’s 40km to the southwest of Darchen. If the weather is good, you can see the splendid scenery of the lake Manasarovar. If you feel good, you can do a trek along the shore of the lake for a while. And then you'll head to Payang.

Stay overnight in Payang, Guesthouse

Travelers back from Manasarovar could never forget the beauty of the lake. In the sunshine, the lake water is crystal clean and glimmering blue.
During summer time, pilgrims gratefully take bath in the lake and drink the water of Manasarovar. They also think plants in the lake are magical medicines.
Day 11 Payang-Saga, 290km, approx. 5hrs

Today we will drive to Saga from Payang. The reason why we don’t stay overnight near Manasarovar is the poor accommodation condition. You can enjoy the beautiful scenery along the way.

Stay overnight in Saga, Guesthouse/3★

Day 12 Saga-Lhatse(4000m)-Shigatse, 520km, approx. 8hrs

Although today is a long driving, you’ll see beautiful grassland and local's villages on the way back to Shigatse.

Stay overnight in Shigatse, 3★/4★

Day 13 Shigatse – Lhasa, 280km, approx 5hrs

In the morning, we will visit Tashilunpo Monastery, the home of Panchen Lama, which was founded by the 1st Dalai Lama in 1447. It is a historic and culturally important monastery in Shigatse, the second-largest city in Tibet. It's located on a hill in the center of the city, the full name in Tibetan of the monastery means "all fortune and happiness gathered here" or "heap of glory".

Then, we will drive back to Lhasa from Shigatse along the friendship way, the northern way to Lhasa. On the way, you’ll see the Yarlung Tsangpo valley. In Nyemo, you’ll have a chance to visit the Tibetan Incense Workshop. Nyemo County has a history of more than 1,000 years. Except for sacrificial ceremonies, this fragrant incense also can be used to prevent infectious diseases like flu and influenza, for its ingredients contain herbal medicines such as saffron, Sandalwood, Chinese Usnea, and borneol.

Stay overnight in Lhasa, 3★/4★

Standing on the entrance of Tashilhunpo,visitors can see the grand buildings with golden roofs and white walls
Tibetan Engraving
  • Breakfast
Day 14 Lhasa sightseeing

We don’t arrange any tourist attraction today. You could have a free time in Lhasa city with your tour guide. If you want to have some activities, we need to get other members permission and do it together. Because according to the regulations, foreigners are not allowed to travel to Tibet alone but must be escorted with a tour guide.
Of course, you could also choose to leave Lhasa today. We will drop you off to Lhasa airport or railway station.

Stay overnight in Lhasa, 3★/4★

  • Breakfast
Day 15 Lhasa departure

Tour ends today. Tour guide and driver will drop you to the Lhasa airport or railway station for your next stop.

  • Breakfast
Other service: Free Lhasa Airport transfer on first & last day at times, Free Lhasa Railway Station transfer at all time on first & last day

All prices are in US Dollar / Person

Economic Class (3-Star Hotels)

2019-04-01 ~ 2019-04-30 2019-05-01 ~ 2019-06-30 2019-07-01 ~ 2019-08-31 2019-09-01 ~ 2019-10-07 2019-10-08 ~ 2019-10-31
$1780 $1870 $2140 $2110 $1870

Comfortable Class (4-Star Hotels)

2019-04-01 ~ 2019-04-30 2019-05-01 ~ 2019-06-30 2019-07-01 ~ 2019-08-31 2019-09-01 ~ 2019-10-07 2019-10-08 ~ 2019-10-31
$1880 $1930 $2240 $2210 $1930

Discount Policy

You may only enjoy one of the advantageous policy, not both.

Option A:3 or More to Join the Same Group $105 / person
Option B:Tour in Apr~Oct
  • To book 6-month prior tour starts 5% Off / person
  • To book 3-month prior tour starts 3% Off / person

Booking Policy

Confirmed Dates30-working-day prior
Dates Listed as 1st traveller1 Person, 75-day prior
2 Persons or above, 45-day prior
Dates Not Listed as 1st traveller1~2 Persons, 90-day prior
3 Persons or above, 45-day prior

Schedule

Starting DatePrice FormBookedBook Now
2019-04-15 $1780 2 Book
2019-05-02 $1870 open for booking Book
2019-05-16 $1870 open for booking Book
2019-06-10 $1870 2 Book
2019-06-24 $1870 open for booking Book
2019-07-04 $2140 open for booking Book
2019-07-15 $2140 open for booking Book
2019-07-18 $2140 open for booking Book
2019-07-22 $2140 open for booking Book
2019-07-29 $2140 2 Book
2019-08-01 $2140 open for booking Book
2019-08-05 $2140 open for booking Book
2019-08-12 $2140 open for booking Book
2019-08-15 $2140 open for booking Book
2019-09-05 $2110 open for booking Book
2019-09-19 $2110 open for booking Book
2019-10-03 $2110 open for booking Book
2019-10-17 $1870 open for booking Book

No desired date of departure? Please send us an inquiry and we will try to arrange your tour according to your plan.

Our Service

INCLUSIONS

* Comfortable Hotel Accommodations as listed in itinerary;

* Meals as listed in the itinerary;

* Travel-licensed vehicle according to group size & season as itinerary needed including gas and parking fee;

* Free Lhasa Railway Station transfer at all time on the first & last day;

* Free pick-up from airport to hotel at 9:30 am,13:00 pm and 16:00 pm on the first day;

* Free drop-off from hotel to airport at 6:00 am,8:30 am and 12:30 pm on the last day;

* Shuttle Bus fee go to Kailash: USD10/person;

* Experienced local English-speaking tour guide;

* All entrance fee mentioned in itinerary;

* All necessary permits to Tibet;

* Travel Agency Liability insurance;

* Government Tax;

* Express delivery fee of Permit (eg. SF. Express)

* Food & lodgings for guide & driver;

* Oxygen tank for emergency use;

* Two bottles of mineral water per person per day;

EXCLUSIONS

* Yaks & herders during 3-Day Mt Kailash Kora;

* Shuttle Bus fee back from Kailash: USD10/person;

* Shuttle Bus fee at Lake Manasarovar: USD 43/person;

* International flight to and out of China;

* Domestic flight/train to and out of Lhasa; (We’d like to book the domestic flight/train ticket at the BEST price. Please contact us for details.)

* Lunch & Dinner are not included but we will recommend some good ones for you according to your requirements. Usually, it takes 3-10 USD per person for each meal.

* While Gratuities for guide and driver is NOT mandatory, it is expected. Based on their service, you can tip them on the last day of the tour. You are suggested to tip each of them 5-10 USD/day in total;

* All the commission and tax charged by PayPal, Bank, and government when making payment. (e.g. PayPal --- 4.2%. Wire transfer --- 7%);

* Personal expenses;

* Anything not mentioned in the Inclusions.

Note

* Tibet Tourism Bureau Permit (TTB) & Military Permit usually takes about 30-working-day to apply. If you couldn’t provide the required docs & info on time, an extra handling fee will be charged. Please consult your travel consultant for details;

* During the 3-day Mt Kailash Kora—

Lodgings: clean dorm-bed guesthouse; in peak season, we provide the tent in case the guesthouses are fully booked by Indian pilgrims.

Food:    locals sell Tibetan noodles (USD 5) & instant noodles(USD 2) along the way.

Luggage: leave most of your luggage in our vehicle, bring only the necessary.

* We reserve the right to change the itinerary order and attractions in Lhasa;

* On Day 14, you could also choose to leave Lhasa. We will drop you off to the Lhasa airport or railway station for departure but the price cost is the same with the 15-day tour;

* If you prefer to book your own hotels over those included in our group tour, please meet the rest of the group at their daily hotel on time. We don’t include the transfers to your own hotels;

* We need to pick up and drop off all members of the group on first & last day from Lhasa Airport/Railway, thus there may not always have guide presence but driver;

* Due to the special nature of Tibet travel, any unforeseeable and unavoidable objective circumstances, including but not limited to natural disasters, war, terrorism, riot, civil commotion, strikes, public health emergencies, government action, major traffic jams, delay or cancellation of flight/train, attractions temporarily closed. etc., resulting in a change of itinerary, the increased cost will be paid by travellers; if any attraction visits have to be cancelled due to the same reasons above, GTT won't be held responsible for a refund except certain attraction entrance fee which will be solely decided by GTT.

* If you want to start your tour from Lhasa and continue to Kathmandu via Gyirong border, it's also applicable. So if any group members would like to end their tour at Gyirong border, we will see them off at Sino-Nepal border. Therefore, on Day 12th , we will have a valuable detour to Gyirong, which gives you a chance to explore the most beautiful Kelong valley at the foot of the Himalaya Mountain Range.

* Single Supplement: our quote is based on twin rooms. For single travellers, single supplement is required at the time of booking. If there is another traveler to share the room with you,  the single supplement will be refunded.

* All members of the same group must be with the same tour guide during the whole trip. So all members must follow the same itinerary and visit the same attractions. If anyone requests to change the scheduled arrangement for own reasons, you need to get permission from other members and accept the possible payment change if any.

Asked Questions from our Clients

Mich***

2019-01-19

i thinking of starting around May 12. I would like to fly into Nepal and get the permits and Chinese visa here. There are two of us. one from Cambodia and another from USA. We are friends and are traveling togeather.

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Cherry

From Nepal to Tibet, you don't need to apply for the China Visa in advance in your home country, you just need to apply for the China Group Visa at the Chinese Embassy in Kathmandu within 3 working days. I suggest you fly to Lhasa to join this group tour after you get your China Group Visa in Kathmandu. 

Will***

2019-01-06

Hi, i'm considering the 15 day Mt Everest and Mt Kailash Kora tour in Sep 2019. Just for planning purposes, what is the approximate travel cost to LLasa and what is the aproximate single supplement? Thanks!

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Caroline

In your inquiry, you mentioned that you would like to join our 15-day Everest & Kailash Kora Pilgrimage Group Tour in September 2019. Please check the following itinerary and quotation.

Niko***

2019-01-06

we would like from you to book our staying though we dont want something fancy and give as a price per person. You seel i used to be a shaolin monk and 20 years back i was there for sometime and i want to visit it again with my students. Unfortunatelly our budget is not so big 1350$ p.p so i would appreciate to do your best. All arrival and departure arrangement in Lhasa airport or train station Accommodations in Hotels and guest houses as per itinerary Private transportation in entire tour van or small bus as per group size Bbreakfast Custom formalities at immigration Tibet/ Kailash travel permit and road permits Entrance fees of Lake Mansarovar,. Tsedang and Guge Kingdom Emergency evacuation management Arrive at Lhasa pickup from Gonggar Airport or from Train station. Transfer to the Hotel and rest of acclimatization. Days in Lhasa and visit Jokhang Temple, Sera Monastery, Drepung Monastery, and Barkhor Tour to East Tibet Drive to Tsedang through visiting Ganden and Samye monasteries. Visit Yumbu Lakhang & Changzhuk(Tradruk) temple. Drive to Gyantse via Yamdrok Lake In Gyantse visit Pelkhor Chode(Palcho)monastery & Gyantse Kumbum Optional visit: Mindrolling temple(Minzhulin) close to Yamdrok lake , Samding Monastery situated on a hill southwest of Yamdrok Yumtso lake around 10 kilometers east of Nagarze County. Chim-puk Hermitage Drive to Shigatse from Gyantse and visit Tashilampo Monastery. Driving Day // Shigatse to Lhatse Distance 150kms Elevation:4200m Visit Tashi Lunhpo & Sakya monastery Driving Day // Lhatse —Saga, Distance: 340Kms, Elevation: 4500m Optional : visit Tagyel chutse(king tiger hot springs near Saga ,Dajiamang Co) Driving Day // Saga To Manasarovar Lake 520kms, Elevation:4600m Manasarovar Lake, Chiu hot spring, close to Tashi guest house (jiwushi), also there are 3 monasteries around lake so if we have time before or after kora we can visit them & maybe stay there for a night. Kailash Trek Distance: 54kms, Max Elevation:5639m 1st day Darchen to Dirapuk(20km,5080 alt),2nd day Dirapuk to Dzultripuk(18km, 4835m alt) monastery via Drolma la pass(5648km) ,3rd day Dzultripuk to Darchen(15km) During the Kora at the end of first day we want to stay in Dirapuk monastery for the night. Opitonal : If we can visit the Milarepa Cave located in the inside kora. Day 11 drive to Zada via Tirethapuri after Kailash Kora Visit Guge From Darchen we want to visit Guru Rinpoche (Padmasambhava)monastery.They are located to Menshixiang(70km from Darchen). In Zanda (Gunge kingdom ruins)visit Tholing(Tsaparang) Driving Day //Guge—Manasarovar lake Distance: 290kms Elevation: 4597m Driving Day /Lake Manasarovar-Saga Distance:897kms Elevation:4500m Driving Day /Saga— to Shigatse Elevation: 3840m Driving Day //Shigatse—Lhasa Distance: 260kms Elevation: 3600m Thank you Nick Shi Yin Feng

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Caroline

In your inquiry, you mentioned that 12 of you would like to visit Tibet in March. I am sorry to tell you that, due to the bad weather, Tibet is closed to foreigners during February to the whole of March every year. So, can we make this tour in April?

Pras***

2019-01-01

Mt. Everest & Mt. Kailash Kora Pilgrimage Group Tour

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Caroline

In your inquiry, you mentioned that two of you would like to join our 15-day Mt. Everest & Mt. Kailash Kora Pilgrimage Group Tour with a departure date on 8th. September.

Zaid***

2018-12-30

Mid July to Mid August 2019, 2 of us, arrive in China, travel to Lhasa and begin tour with you. We want to trek Mt Kailash. Send me info and prices. Thank you, Zaida

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Cherry

In your inquiry, you mentioned you would like to join the 15 Days Mt.Everest & Mt Kailash Kora Pilgrimage Group Tour. We have this group tour every Monday in July and August. Which departure date do you prefer?

The tour is also available for tourists who start in Lhasa and end in Gyirong border, so if the group has members to exit Tibet to Nepal from Gyirong, we will see them off at the Sino-Nepal border, thus the itinerary from the Day 12 will be done with valuable detour to Gyirong, which will give you one extra destination to Kelong Valley, this destination is considered the most beautiful valley at the foot of Himalaya Mountain Range and attracts many tourists a year. 

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