11 days Mount Kailash Kathmandu overland tour

Kathmandu
⇀ Gyirong Border
⇀ Saga
⇀ Manasarovar Lake
⇀ Mount Kailash Kora
⇀ Saga
⇀ Gyirong Border
⇀ Kathmandu
Your Tibet adventure begins Kathmandu in Nepal but quickly heads to Mount Kailash and Lake Manasarovar where you can see the reflections in the holy water. Spend several days to fell the pilgrim atmosphere as you trek around Kailash.
Type
Private
Duration
11 days
Theme
Overland
Trip code
WT-303
Price
From ¥ 10,584 per person
¥ 9,800
you save ¥ 784 (8%)

The journey start from the road plunges through the Matsang Tsangpo gorge, hugging a precipice above the rapids. There are spectacular waterfalls on both side of the gorge. Sprawling up the hillside through a series of switchback bends is the stairway to the high plateau. Gradually the breath-taking views of Himalayans appear in the south. Rest of the days the journey across the great Jangtang (Northern Plain) into Far-west Tibet passes through extremes of dryness. The landscapes are huge and like a treeless moonscape. Lone groups of nomads dwelling in low, black tents, tending flocks of sheep, goats and herds of the yaks. Heavily eroded sandstones and sand-dunes can be seen along the road. The extraordinary peak of Mount Kailash is the prime focus of the journey, which lies at the heart of the region. It is the pilgrimage destination of Buddhists, Bons, Hindus and Jains.

Day 01 :
Kathmandu(1,340m) / Gyirong Border (2,600m) (183km,7-8hrs)

Morning drive from Kathmandu to Nepal-Tibet border Gyirong (about 7-8 hours drive), after clearing the customs you will be greeted by your Tibetan guide and driver and drive to Gyirong town for overnight. Rest and acclimatize the high altitude. Overnight at Gyirong town.

Day 02 :
Another day acclimatization at Gyirong Town (2,600m)

Rest at Gyirong town one more day to acclimatize the high altitude, we strongly advise you to drink more water and do some simple exercise during the day. Overnight at Gyirong town.

Day 03 :
Gyirong Town (2,600m) / Saga(4,450m). 170km, 4.5 hours drive

Today you will be driven over the sandy and rocky land of Tibet, natural scenery like Pelku Tso lake and Mount Shishapa (8020m) are unimaginably beautiful, nomads chasing a herd of yaks and sheep keep you wondering. By the afternoon you will cross Bhramha Purtra River way to typical Chinese and Tibetan town Saga. Overnight at Saga.

Day 04 :
Saga(4,500m) / Paryang(4,700m) / Lake Manasarovar(4,558m), 506km, 7-8hours drive

Drive from Saga to Paryang through the windswept territory passing many villages and camps of Yak herders with the distance view of snow-capped mountains. This vast and dry plateau is the traditional campsite of the nomads, grazing their animals during the summer. Lunch will be at Paryang. Afternoon another 4 hour drive from Paryang to Lake Manasarovar, you will go through open territory with a view of distant mountains, Yak herders camp, if lucky might come across a herd of Kyang (Wild Ass), you will have the first sight of Holy Mount Kailash from the top of the Mayum la pass(5280m) and Manasarovar Lake. Enjoy the nice sunset over Lake Manasarovar. Overnight at the local guest house.

Day 05 :
Morning Rest at Lake Manasarovar / Head to Darchen (4,600m) (60km, 1.5hours)

Lake Manasarovar is one of the three holy lakes in Tibet, along with Mount Kailash, it is referred to as the center of the world, and is worshiped by more than a billion Buddhists and Hindus. Afternoon drive to Darchen, the tiny village of Darchen is the starting and ending point of the Mt. Kailash trekking, prepare for the trekking and guide will arrange needed yaks and porters at your necessary. Overnight at Darchen (hotels/guest houses are available at Darchen).

Day 06 :
Trek from Darchen to Dira-puk Monastery, (20km, 6hrs)

The first day's trekking is start from the Sershong and a gradual walk with multitudes of other local pilgrims chanting and praying. From here you can see the Choku Monastery up on the hillside. The trail leads to a few ups and downs till we reach our camp at Dirapuk (4,750 m). You will meet many more Bon pilgrims going in the opposite direction (Anti clock-wise) because Mt. Kailash is being worshipped by four different religions, viz Buddhists, Bons, Hindus and Jains. Overnight at Dirapuk guesthouse or camping.

Day 07 :
Trek from Dira-puk Monastery to Dzutul-puk Monastery by crossing Drolma-la Pass, (15KM, 6-7hrs) (Camping)

Today our trekking leads to much higher side of the holy path just beneath the Mount Kailash. The walk will bring us to one of the highest point at Drolma La, 5,200 m, and the pass is quickly descending to the gradual field towards Dzutul-puk for the overnight camp, Dzutul Puk in Tibetan and which means magical cave, this small monastery is connected to a interesting story of talend competition between Great Yogi Milarepa (Buddhist) and Naropa (Bon). Overnight at Dzutul-Puk guesthouse or camping.

Day 08 :
Trek back to Darchen,14Km, 4-5hours

The winding gradually comes out of the valley and the river allows to follow in to the Barka plain, the trekking stops at Trangser Trangmar and your car will take you back to Darchen. Afternoon rest at Darchen. Overnight at Darchen.

Day 09 :
Drive from Darchen to Saga via Paryang (528KM, 7-8hours)

Say farewell to Mount Kailash this morning as you will drive back to Saga. You will follow the same scenic route to capture the majestic scenery of windswept territory again. Have a last view of the Mount Kailash and Lake Manasarovar on the way. Stay overnight at Saga. 

Day 10 :
Drive from Saga to Gyirong town (170KM, 4-5 hours).

Continue your trip back to Gyirong town today, the border town between Tibet and Nepal. Get settled into the hotels. Tomorrow you will cross the border to Kathmandu.

Day 11 :
Drive from Gyirong to Kathmandu (183km, 7-8 hours drive)

After your Tibetan guide helps you clear customs, you will be greeted by your Nepalese driver and driven to Kathmandu along a scenic road with glimpses of roaring white-water rapids along the way. The tour ends when you arrive at Kathmandu. You may share us your hotel information beforehand so that our driver can drop you off at your hotel. 

Tour notes:

Please note prices are based in CNY.

General inclusions:

2 bottles of mineral water provided daily.
All required government taxes and fees.
Meals allowance for your guide and driver.
Please contact one of our Tour Advisors to get a custom quotation made to your requirements.
All required Tibet permits and domestic travel documents.
Necessary oxygen and medicine for the acute high altitude sickness.
Where possible 3 star hotels will always be provided, if the city or town does not have then the local guest house or monastery guest house will be provided (i.e. tent / dormitory bed, no private bathroom etc.)
All entrance tickets as noted in the tour's itinerary.
Local Tibetan guide fluent in English, Chinese or Japanese that is certified by the state tourism build. (If your native language is not listed please let us know, we are certain we can assist your needs.)
Airport and/or train station pick-up and drop-off.
Comfortable and clean 7/8 seats minivan for groups of 5 persons or less; for larger groups minibus and tourist coach are available.
Nepal border pick up and transfer to your hotel in Kathmandu.

General exclusions:

Personal expenses such as laundry, drinks, internet access, fax, telephone calls etc.
Tips for your guide and driver.
Optional activity during this trip, such as horse or yak riding.
Meals that are not specified in the tour itinerary.
Hotel in Kathmandu.
Optional Attractions that are not specified in the itinerary.
Meals not specified in the itinerary.

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Comments

RAJ
RAJ
Wed, 05/01/2019

Hi

I am a solo traveler and want to go for 11 days overland tour of kailash mountain from Kathmandu in month of May 2019. please provide me details as well total cost for the trip. Please provide me the dates in May 2019. I am holding a British passport.

Thanks

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MurphyF
Murphy Feng
Sun, 05/05/2019

In reply to by RAJ (not verified)

Thanks for contacting us Raj, we'd love to help you organize this trip to Mt. Kailash! I just sent you an email with some details about the cost and our groups schedule, could you please have a look and please don't hesitate to contact us again for any further assistance.

I'm looking forward to hearing from you again. 

Cheers,

Murphy

Craig Mathewson
Craig Mathewson
Thu, 03/28/2019

Hello, I am a single traveler and wishing to go Kathmandu to Mt Kailash on your 10 day tour. I am a single traveler and happy to be placed with other people. I am Australian. Ideally I would like to be at Mt Kailash on May 18. Do you have any tours to coincide with the Full moon for this month? Any other details would be appreciated . Thank you so much. Craig

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Victoria Zhu
Victoria Zhu
Fri, 03/29/2019

In reply to by Craig Mathewson (not verified)

Hi Craig,

Thank you for contacting us! This is Victoria Zhu - one of the travel advisors of WindhorseTour responding to you. I am more than happy to assist you on your Kathmandu and Mt. Kailash overland tour planning. 

For this tour you are interested in, we only offer private tours, so the tour starting date can definitely be arranged based on your own timetable. If you prefer to join a group tour, I would recommend our 13 days group overland tour from Lhasa to Kathmandu via Mt. Everest and Mt. Kailash to you. I have sent you an email with detailed information, please go through the email and feel free to get back to me for any question that you might have. With your replies, we can adjust the proposal to meet your needs best.

I am looking forward to hearing from you soon

Warmest regards,

Victoria

andrius
andrius
Mon, 02/11/2019

Hello Dears
I'm planing my trip to Kathmandu this summer and wondering if you organizing this option?
I hold Lithuanian(EU) passport
Pls advise dates and prices
Kindly
Andrius Bogusas

Replied by
MurphyF
Murphy Feng
Thu, 02/14/2019

In reply to by andrius (not verified)

Hi Andrius,

Thanks for contacting us. It's no problem for Lithuanian(EU) passport holders to visit Tibet and we'd love to help you organize this trip. I've just sent you an email with a group tour proposal for your review. Could you please check your inbox and let me know your opinions on it.

Look forward to hear from you back soon.

Regards

Murphy

Sayantan
Sayantan
Thu, 01/03/2019

Hi,
I'm an Indian citizen. I along with my friend are planning for Kailash Inner kora. We would like to start our journey from Nepal. Kindly let me if you conduct such tour and also the price of package.

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Tagong grassland by July Yuki
Yuki Yi
Thu, 01/03/2019

In reply to by Sayantan (not verified)

Hi Sayantan,
Thanks for your comment! This is Yuki from WindhorseTour.
With regrets to share that we do not have the license to arrange Indian citizens visiting Mt. Kailash area, and we'd love to arrange the trips for you to other parts of Tibet.
Wish you a very happy New Year!
Best regards,
Yuki

Prasad Chintalapudi
Prasad Chintalapudi
Fri, 08/17/2018

Hello,
Can you please give me details for the trip of Mount Kailash?

Time: Recommend the best time in June-July-August in 2019.
Group -- A group of 6 people for now. 4 are from India and 2 are from US with US citizenship.
Visas -- what kind of visas should we apply?
Food -- We all prefer vegetarian food for this trip. Can you accommodate?
Stay -- Give us details of accommodations.
Manasarovar Parikrama -- Can we do this by vechicle?
Mount Kailash Parikrama -- Out of 6 only 1 wants to do Parikrama. Can you let us know how does this workout?
As others feels not fit, can they do it by horses?
Altitude sickness -- This is group of 50+ years, can we handle high altitudes?
Duration of trip -- Can we speed up the trip using Helicopters or Private planes instead of road travel? As for some time is crucial.

Regards,
Prasad

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Tagong grassland by July Yuki
Yuki Yi
Fri, 08/17/2018

In reply to by Prasad Chintalapudi (not verified)

Hi Prasad,

Thanks for contacting us. I would like to share my answers for your questions as below:
1. We would love to arrange this trip happen for you, however, I'm regretful to share that WindhorseTour cannot arrange Kailash tours for Indian citizens.
2. You are required to have group China visa to enter Tibet from Kathmandu, which we will arrange them for the group.
3. The vegetarian food can be arranged during the whole trip. And the best lodge for this trip is local 3-4 star hotels.
4. Lake Manasarovar kora can be accomplished by the vehicle, while for Mt. Kailash kora, it can be completed by walking, the horse ride is available however, for the steep downhill path, the horses are afraid of the height and the riders must get off and walk.
5. We encourage all the group members to check with their doctors first to confirm that your physical condition is okay for the high altitude areas. It's common for everyone to have some symptoms of the high altitude.
6. The Helicopters or Private planes are not available in Tibet area.

Best regards,
Yuki

nahnah53
nahnah53
Mon, 04/02/2018

Hi there, can you share with me more info trip to Mt Kailash in May - would like to do the kora and visit lake Manasarova. Thank you

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MurphyF
Murphy Feng
Wed, 04/04/2018

In reply to by nahnah53 (not verified)

Hello Serene,
Thanks for contacting us. Actually we have several tours which are including the Mt. Kailash Kora and Lake Manasarovar, we're gonna need a bit more information from you about your plan. I just sent you an email with some comments and suggestions, please kindly check through and feel free to get us back with any of your questions.
Cheers,
Murphy

 HrChris
HrChris
Wed, 03/28/2018

Price"??

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Tagong grassland by July Yuki
Yuki Yi
Fri, 03/30/2018

In reply to by HrChris (not verified)

Hi Hrchris,

Thanks for the comments.
Please kindly note that this route is a private tour route, and the price is based on group size and travel month, I have just sent the email with the details, please have a look and feel free to share the comments or thoughts.
I'm looking forward to your reply for further assistance.

Warm regards,
Yuki

Sylvie Parent
Sylvie Parent
Sat, 03/03/2018

Please can you tel me the price for this trip with Kora around Mount Kailash? Do you plan a trip with small group in June 2018? Thank you

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MurphyF
Murphy Feng
Tue, 03/06/2018

In reply to by Sylvie Parent (not verified)

Hi Sylvie,

Thanks for contacting us. We do offer some small groups to Mt. Kailash area, but the itinerary is a bit different with this tour. I just sent you an email with some comments and a tour proposal. Could you please check it and let me know your opinions?

Thanks and looking forward to hearing from you!

Murphy

Rajesh
Rajesh
Wed, 02/21/2018

Hi, we are a group of 3 adults from Singapore. We would like to travel in late June:early July period to Mount Kailash. Duration about 10-13 days.. Kindly advice!
Thank you.

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Helen Wang
Helen Wang
Thu, 02/22/2018

In reply to by Rajesh (not verified)

Hello Rajesh, thanks for your inquiry! Our Travel advisor Anita just sent you one email with the tour proposal and cost, please kindly check through and feel free to get us back with any of your comments. Cheers Helen

Victoria Alexander
Victoria Alexander
Tue, 12/26/2017

I have been to Tibet several years ago. We want to visit Mount Kailash. We do not want to camp or trek. Would it be possible to arrange a 10-14 day tour for 3 of us with car, guide and hotels? Standard guesthouse or standard hotel OK. We can arrange our meals. We would like to follow the general tours, visiting the sacred sites, the Lake and other spiritual places along the way. We would also like to visit Tibetan healers, shamans or holy men along the way. We would like to spend 2-3 days at Mount Kailash.

Could you advise me of what a 10 day tour like this would cost? Also, the cost for a 14 day tour. Please provide an itinerary for this custom, private tour. Thank you, We would like to do the kora on our own pace.

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Tagong grassland by July Yuki
Yuki Yi
Tue, 12/26/2017

In reply to by Victoria Alexander (not verified)

Hi Victoria,
Thanks for contacting us! We can certainly arrange your group to a 10-14 day tour for Mount Kailash. I would like to remind that the good time to visit this mountain is from April to October when the weather is not too cold.
I have sent the email with the details for you review and comment, please go through the details and kindly let me know for any further questions on it.
Hope to hear from you soon.
Kind regards,
Yuki

Jothilingam
Jothilingam
Sat, 05/13/2017

Hi, can give me quote for Kailash Full Moon trip for 1 person from Kathmandu include overland transportation, porter to carry bag at Kailash, all permits, accomondation & food for the whole trip. I'm planning for next year June & i don't mind join with other group. Kindly quote me with flight & without flight from Kuala Lumpur to Kathmandu for this Kailash trip.

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MurphyF
Murphy Feng
Wed, 05/17/2017

In reply to by Jothilingam (not verified)

Hi Jothilingam,

Thanks for contacting us. We would love to help you arrange this trip, and we do offer join-in group tours for solo traveler. I just sent you an email with some comments and a tour proposal. Could you please check it and let me know your opinions? 

Thanks and looking forward to hearing from you!

Murphy

Harminder Walia
Harminder Walia
Mon, 08/22/2016

I want to mt kalash tour august end or September. please advise cost and dates

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MurphyF
Murphy Feng
Mon, 08/22/2016

In reply to by Harminder Walia (not verified)

Hi Harminder,

Glad to hear from you. We would love to help you plan this trip, I just sent you an email with some comments and a tour proposal. Could you please check it and let me know your opinions? 

Thanks and looking forward to hearing from you!

Murphy

bex
bex
Tue, 12/31/2013

Is it possible to visit mount kaliash in February and how much is the trip? I am a solo traveler. Many thanks.

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MurphyF
Murphy Feng
Thu, 01/02/2014

In reply to by bex (not verified)

Hi Bex,

Thanks for contacting us! I'm afraid that would be too cold to travel in that area, too much snow. Generally speaking, the appropriate time to visit Mt. Kailash area is from mid April to early November. So I'd like suggest you adjust your travel date accordingly.

Please don't hesitate to let us know if you need any further assistance, and we're looking forward to hearing from you again :)

Happy New Year!

Murphy

Ancy
Ancy
Fri, 12/13/2013

One of my bucket list things-to-do is visit the abode of Lord Shiva.
Can you provide me details as to how many days minimum are needed for this trip?
I understand this cannot be a 7 days trip - but my company does not allow me so many days vacation hence I want to take the minimum days itinerary trip option.
When is the best time to visit both these places?
My group will be two adults for sure - and then maybe three or four maximum.
Thanks

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MurphyF
Murphy Feng
Fri, 12/13/2013

In reply to by Ancy (not verified)

Hi Ancy,

Thanks for sharing your plan with us!

Actually it is possible to shorten this tour to 7 days, but you need to give up the Mt. Kailash Kora (3-day trekking) and it's gonna be a bit rushed. Anyhow, I've sent you an email with the detailed suggestions and a revised tour itinerary for your refenrece. Please check it and I'm looking forward to hearing your comments :)

Cheers,

Murphy

uma
uma
Mon, 12/02/2013

Hi there,
I am a Malaysian and very eager to make my dream trip to Mt Kailash Kora and Lake Manasarovar. You said one need to do 12 days trip and best time in Sept. Can I seek your advise and assistance giving me the right tips how to make the best of my dream trip and without any hassle be procedurally. What kind of physical fitness is required from the traveler making the holy Kora visit. Looking forward to your reply soonest. Thank you very much.

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MurphyF
Murphy Feng
Thu, 12/05/2013

In reply to by uma (not verified)

Hi Uma,

Thanks for contacting us! I just sent you an email with some suggestions / comments about your travel plan, please check it and let me know your opinion.

Thank you and looking forward to hearing from you again.

Cheers,

Murphy

Miguel
Miguel
Tue, 08/06/2013

HI,

I will be with my wife in Nepal on holidays from Sep. 21th until Oct. 12 th and we will interested to do the Mt Kailash Kora.

Could you pls send us information and rates about this trip.

Best regards.Miguel.

Lisa G
Lisa G
Mon, 05/06/2013

Hi Murphy

I would like to come to vist Mt Kailash from Kathmandu this October 2013, i am a solo traveller so I would like to join a group if there is anyone going then. I notice you said it might be difficult to travel to Tibet this October - could you please send me some information about this and the best alternative time to go if October is not good and the approximate cost of the 12 day tour?

Many Thanks

lIsa

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MurphyF
Murphy Feng
Mon, 05/06/2013

In reply to by Lisa G (not verified)

Hi Lisa,

Nice to hear from you again! October is a good time to visit Mt. Kailash, and now there's no problem to apply for Tibet permits. We're very glad to help you organize this trip, and I just sent you an email with more details for your reference. Please check it and let me know how do you think about it!

Please feel free to share your comments with us and I'm looking forward to hearing from you :-)

Kind Regards,

Murphy

Sardha
Sardha
Fri, 03/08/2013

Dear Sir/Madam
I`m searching for a tour to Mount Kailash from Kathmandu..We arrivel on 08--9-2013
in Kathmandu.Could u plz. tell me how much is the price of u tour??
I loved to go on full moon on de 19 of sep.
Replay

Sharon

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MurphyF
Murphy Feng
Mon, 03/11/2013

In reply to by Sardha (not verified)

Hi Sharon,

Thanks for your inquiry. In order to get an accurate tour cost we need to know a bit more information about your travel plan. I have sent you an email with some details please check it and I'm looking forward to hearing from you!

Kind Regards,

Murphy

Kate
Kate
Mon, 11/26/2012

Hi,

I would like to know if it is possible to do this trip during winter. Late December/early January. We are two travellers from Australia. Could you please send me information on prices?

Thanks,
Kate

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MurphyF
Murphy Feng
Mon, 12/03/2012

In reply to by Kate (not verified)

Hi Kate,

Thank you for your comment! Generally speaking, winter is not a convenient time to visit Mt. Kailash area, heavy snow will block the road and it's not safe to go. 

I've sent you an email with more details and advice for your reference. Please feel free to contact us again if you need any further assistance on our side!

Kind Regards,

Murphy

Katelyn
Katelyn
Fri, 10/05/2012

Hello,
We would like to walk the Kora. We have two people in our group, and would like to join others going around the same time. Our dates are flexible and include any three week period in October through November. The guide books suggest starting in Kathmandu, which seems to be the most resonable from New York (where we will be coming from), unless you have a more informed suggestion. We are fully prepared for any accomodations.
Thank you, KS

Replied by
MurphyF
Murphy Feng
Sat, 10/06/2012

In reply to by Katelyn (not verified)

Hi Katelyn,

Thanks for your comment. You're right, Kathmandu is a very good spot to start the overland tour to Mt. Kailash, but according to the current policy, it may very difficult to enter Tibet during this October.

I've sent you an email with more details for your reference. Hope it's helpful!

Please feel free to contact me if you have any further question on this tour!

Regards,

Murphy

sugu
sugu
Tue, 07/24/2012

hi helen im private group for my 4 friends only. send me details katmandu to mt kailash kora.

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MurphyF
Murphy Feng
Tue, 07/24/2012

In reply to by sugu (not verified)

Hi Sugu,

Thanks for your comments. We need to know a little more information about your tour plan, and I already sent you an email with more details. Please check it and I‘m looking forward to hearing from you!

With best regards,

Murphy

Helen Wang
Helen Wang
Thu, 05/03/2012

Hi Jim, thanks for your interests in our tour. Before I send you the tour quotation, please let me know when you plan to do this tour? how many people in the group? Since we don't have any group tour for this itinerary, you only can travel in a private group with your friends or family or you can look for some other travelers to join in your group.

Look forward to hear from you back soon.

Regards
Helen

jim holland
jim holland
Mon, 04/30/2012

How much is your price per person for katmandu to mt kailash kora?