15 days Mt. Kailash and Mt. Everest Base Camp tour

Lhasa
⇀ Shigatse
⇀ Saga
⇀ Manasarovar Lake
⇀ Mount Kailash Kora
⇀ Saga
⇀ Mount Everest
⇀ Shigatse
⇀ Lhasa
See the top 2 mounts in Tibet with this tour. A pilgrimage excursion to holy Mountain Kailash and lake Manasarovar. Along with an adventurous hiking to Everest Base Camp makes the best experience for your Tibet trip.
Type
Private
Duration
15 days
Theme
Natural scenery, Overland, Photography, Trekking & Biking
Trip code
WT-302
Price
From ¥ 12,650 per person
¥ 11,500
you save ¥ 1,150 (10%)

The journey starts from the holy city Lhasa and then to Shigatse, where you can feel the different lifestyle and existing culture of the roof of the world. Monasteries and shrines are the centre of the religious faith, which plays an important role in their day to day life since from thousand years. Then rest of the days the journey across the great Jangtang (Northern Plain) into Far-west Tibet passes through a land greatest extremes of dryness. The landscapes are huge and like a treeless moonscape. Lone groups of nomads dwelling in low, black tents, tend flocks of sheep and goats as well as herds of the yak. Heavily eroded sandstones and sand-dunes are beautiful along the road. The extraordinary peak of Mount Kailash is the prime focus of the journey, which lays at the heart of the region. It is the pilgrimage destinations of Buddhists, Bon, Hindus and Jains. On the way back you will pass through Pelku Tso Lake and heading towards Great Himalayan Range in the south, the world highest peak-Mt. Everest standing at 8844 meters and you can have a great view of the peak from the Rongbuk monastery.

 
Day 01 :
Arrival at Lhasa [3,658m]

Upon arrival at Lhasa airport or train station, to be met and transferred to your hotel in Lhasa. Then have a good rest to acclimatize the high altitude. Overnight at Lhasa. 

Day 02 :
Lhasa City sightseeing, visit Potola Palace & Jokhang Temple

Today is your first day of sightseeing on the high plateau, so we have purposely arranged you only to visit Jokhang temple and Potala Palace. Jokhang temple is the most sacred shrine in Tibet which was built in the 7th century and located at the heart of old town in Lhasa, the circuit around it called Barkhor street, a good place to explore the local workshops and purchase souvenirs. Potala Palace is the worldwide known cardinal landmark of Tibet. The massive structure itself contains a small world within it. Mostly it is renowned as residence of the Dalai Lama lineages (Avalokiteshvara). Both of them are the focal points of pilgrims from the entire Tibetan world, multitudinous pilgrims are circumambulating and prostrating in their strong faith. Overnight at Lhasa.

Day 03 :
Lhasa City sightseeing, visit Drepung monastery, Sera monastery and Norbulingka Summper Palace

Today you will be arranged to visit Drepung, Sera monasteries. Both Drepung and Sera monasteries are Gelugpa (yellow hat) sect monastic colleges. Drepung monastery was the seat of the Government prior to Potala, it was once the world largest monastery in the history with 7,700 monks hailed from different monasteries all over Tibet. Sera monastery is famous for its Buddhism philosophical debate practice, the clapping sound and aggressive expression of the monks are well worth to see. Norbulingka is the summer palace of Dalai Lama, you can visit the residences of different lineages of the Dalai Lama. The park is crowded with picnickers and traditional activities during the Shoton (Yogurt festival) in August. Overnight at Lhasa.

Day 04 :
Lhasa (3,600m) / Yamdrok lake (4,300m) / Gyantse (3,900m) / Shigatse (3,800m). 360KM, 7 hour drive

Morning drive up to Kampala pass (4794m), you will have a glimpse of Yamdrok Tso and spectacular views of Holy Mount Nyenchen Khangsar in the distance, the turquoise-colored Lake Yamdrok Yutso is one of the three holy lakes in Tibet, the unforgettable vista of pincer-shaped turquoise water of the lake and amazing spectacle of Mt. Nyenchen Khangsar glacier from Karo la pass are the wonders of the day. Then along the Friendship southern Highway drive to Gyantse, visit the famous stupa - Gyantse Kumbum, the most stunning architectural wonder in Tibet. Late afternoon drive to Shigatse. Overnight at Shigatse.

Day 05 :
Shigatse (3,800m) / Sakya (Lhatse) (200KM, 5hrs)

Morning you will be arranged to visit Tashilhunpo Monastery, one of the main Gelugpa monasteries in Tibet, it is the seat to the Panchen Lama, the second most important spiritual leader of Tibet. Spend hours to explore this massive monastery's chapels and its ancient artifacts. If you like hiking, then the kora around Tashilhunpo monastery should not be missed, as it provides the amazing views of Shigatse and the surrounding countryside. Afternoon head to Sakya, visit Sakya Monastery, the principal monastery of the Sakyapa Sect of Tibetan Buddhism, it is famous for its collection of Tibetan murals, chanting monks, sacred Buddhist scrolls and books and thangkas. Hiking at the monastery northern ruins is another highlight of today. Stay overnight at Sakya or move to Lhatse for the night. 

Day 06 :
(Sakya) Lhatse / Saga (4,500m).(300KM, 7hrs)

Today drive from (Sakya) Lhatse to Saga, pass several high plateau lakes, towns, herders tents and along the route with plateau mountain ranges, diverse forms of mountains are overlooking through the valley. Overnight at Saga.

Day 07 :
Saga (4600m) / Paryang(4750m) / Darchen (4600m) (490Km, 7-8 hours)

Morning drive from Saga to Paryang, you weave your way through small dusty town of Zhongba amidst enchanting panoramic views, dotted nomads tents are mingled with their herds of animals on the open plateau. Pass numbers of villages and camps of Yak herders with the distance view of snow-capped mountains, cross the Mayun-la pass (5,216m), if lucky might see many wild animals at the plateau grasslands. Prepare for the following days trekking.

Day 08 :
Trek from Darchen to Dira-puk Monastery, (20km, 6hrs)

The first day's trekking is starting from the Sershong and a gradual walk with multitudes of other local pilgrims chanting and praying. From the valley, you can see the Choku Monastery up on the hillside. The trail leads to a few ups and downs until you reach the 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 Buddhisms, Bons, Hindus, Jains. Overnight at Dirapuk guesthouse.

Day 09 :
Trek from Dira-puk Monastery to Dzutul-puk Monastery by crossing Drolma-la Pass (15KM, 6 - 7hrs)

Today your trekking leads to the much higher side of the holy path just beneath the Mount Kailash. The walk will bring you to one of the highest points at Drolma La(5200m), 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 an interesting story of talent competition between Great Yogi Milarepa(Buddhist) and Naropa(Bon). Overnight at Dzutul-Puk guesthouse or camping.

Day 10 :
Trek back to Darchen, 14Km, 2-3 hours trekking / Drive to Lake Manasarovar

The winding gradually comes out of the valley and the river allows to follow into the Barka plain, the trekking stops at Trangser Trangmar and your car takes you back to Darchen. After a short rest at Darchen, you will be arranged to drive about 50km to Lake Manasarovar, one of the three holy lakes in Tibet. In Buddhism and Hinduism, Manasarovar is the lake of compassion, tranquility, and bliss. Climb up to Chiu monastery and have a good view of the lake or wander along the lakeshore to have a relaxing afternoon. Overnight at the local guesthouse near Chiu monastery.

Day 11 :
Lake Manasarovar / Paryang / Saga (480KM, 7hours)

Morning enjoys a brilliant sunrise at Lake Manasarovar, then start driving back to Saga retracing the same route, you will have a last view of the Mt.Kailash on the way. Overnight at Saga.

Day 12 :
Saga / Pelku tso lake / Old Tingri / Everest Base Camp (340km, 7 hours)

Today cross the Brahmaputra River and continuous drive through sandy plain, nomads herders with their yaks and sheep also can be seen along the road, at the middle of the way you will make a stop at the stunning view of Pelku Tso Lake on the left and Mt. Shishapama(8012m) on the right, further driving through the pasture meet you with friendship highway and then to Old Tingri, from there you can see the mighty peaks of Mt. Everest(8844m) and Mt. Cho Oyu(8201m) far in the distance to the south. Continue another 100km to reach Rongbuk where the Everest Base Camp located. Enjoy the stunning sunset at your guest house. Overnight at monastery guest house or tent guest house.

Day 13 :
E.B.C (5,250m) / Shigatse (3,800m). (340KM, 6-7hours)

Morning enjoys the sunrise over Mount Everest and has a peaceful walk around Rongbuk. Afterward, start today's drive back to Shigatse. Overnight at Shigatse.

(P.S.) If you want to continue to travel to Kathmandu in Nepal, then today you will head to the border Gyirong village, the drive takes around 7-8 hours. You will spend one night at the border. 

Day 14 :
Shigatse / Lhasa (3,600m) (280KM, 5-6 hours)

Morning drive back to Lhasa via northern friendship highway, along the body of Brahmaputra River, various landscapes will attract your attention, afternoon free on your own in Lhasa, enjoy the last day of the holy city Lhasa and its beauty. Overnight at Lhasa.

Day 15 :
Lhasa airport/ train station dropping off

Morning Lhasa airport or train station dropping off, the time comes to say your farewells to your guide and driver, end the trip.

Period
2 Persons
3 Persons
4-6 Persons
Apr. to Jun and late Oct.
Regular price
Sale price
¥ 18,700
¥ 17,000
¥ 14,300
¥ 13,000
¥ 12,650
¥ 11,500
Jul. to Aug.
Regular price
Sale price
¥ 21,450
¥ 19,500
¥ 15,950
¥ 14,500
¥ 13,750
¥ 12,500

Tour notes:

Please note prices are based in CNY.

General inclusions:

All required government taxes and fees.
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.)
Transportation will we be provided via a comfortable and clean car, minivan or tourist bus depending upon the groups size.

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.
Yaks and porters for Kailash trekking to carry luggage, can often be arranged during the tour at an approximate cost of CNY 300 per day per yak.
Flight tickets or train tickets in and out of Lhasa (Please note: We can offer you train and/or plane tickets in and out Lhasa from all cities within China. Please check the latest price with us via email.)
Meals not specified in the itinerary.

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Comments

Sathiyakumar
Sathiyakumar
Sat, 06/22/2019

My name is Sathiya. I would like to go for this tour package. 15 days Mt. Kailash and Mt. Everest Base Camp tour
Please let me know how to proceed? By the way, I am a Sri Lankan, with indian visa. What would be the required documents? I want to travel on the 14th of July 2019. How much should I pay in advance?

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Anita Fan
Mon, 06/24/2019

In reply to by Sathiyakumar (not verified)

Hello Sathiya,

Thanks for your inquiry. This is Anita from WindhorseTour.

We can definitely make your trip happen. However, please kindly note we need to submit the permit application at least 30 days in advance for tour to Mt. Kailash. In this case, the time is not enough for the departure on 14th July, please kindly consider to join in one of our group tours in later days, such as August 1st or 10th.

I just sent the email with itinerary and price details, please kindly go through it and let me know for any further comments.

Look forward to hearing from you soon.

Best Regards,

Anita

gabriella
gabriella
Tue, 02/05/2019

Hi, I'm Gabriella,

i would like to book this kind of tour to visit Tibet. From february i will be studying in China so i am planning to do this trip in the summer after the end of the semester (7th of july).
i would like to know whether booking this tour you might also arrange the tansfer to kathmandu because i would like to visit Nepal too.
i am interested in small group tour and i also would like to know how much this tour would cost.
thank you so much

Gabriella

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Anita Fan
Wed, 02/06/2019

In reply to by gabriella (not verified)

Hi Gabriella,

Thank you for your inquiry! This is Anita from WindhorseTour.
We can defitely make your trip happen. If you prefer to visit Nepal also, I would advise you to join in our 13 Days Mt Everest and Mt. Kailash Group Tour, with the land transfer to Kathmandu included.
For your information, I have sent the quotation details to you by email. Please kindly check it and feel free to let me know for any further concerns you may have.
I will look forward to hearing from you soon.
Best Regards,
Anita

ravi anthwal
ravi anthwal
Mon, 08/13/2018

Sir, I am from India & we are planing the trip of Kailash Mansarover by Lhasa to Ali by flight. what will be the cost of the trip if we are 10 members for this trip. kindly tell reply it fast.

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Tagong grassland by July Yuki
Yuki Yi
Tue, 08/14/2018

In reply to by ravi anthwal (not verified)

Hello Ravi,
Thanks for contacting us.
We would love to arrange this trip for you, however, with regrets to share that WindhorseTour do not have the license to arrange the permits to Mt. Kailash area for Indian passport holders.
Wish you have a pleasant day.
Best regards,
Yuki

Jim
Jim
Thu, 06/07/2018

Would Love to Do a Package Like This
During Losar!
Is that possible 2019?
Thanks
Jim

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Tagong grassland by July Yuki
Yuki Yi
Fri, 06/08/2018

In reply to by Jim (not verified)

Hello Jim,
Thanks for your comments.
With regrets to share that each year 2 weeks before Tibetan New Year also called Losar (it will fall on February 5th of 2019) till March 31st, Tibet is closed to foreign travelers. Besides, a trip involving Mt Kailash is only available from April to October.
I have sent the details via email, please have a look and kindly share your comments.
Warm regards,
Yuki

navish
navish
Tue, 04/24/2018

We are two people and interested in this tour. Plus we want to add 2-3 trek to base camp and surroundings. Some time around end of may or june 2018. Please advise if you can assist with this and if so, what will be corresponding cost.

thanks

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MurphyF
Murphy Feng
Wed, 04/25/2018

In reply to by navish (not verified)

Hi Navish,

Thanks for contacting us, this is Murphy from WindhorseTour.

We'd love to help you organize this trip, but I'd like to know a bit more details about your travel plan, I just send you an email with some questions, please have a look and kindly let me know your comments or thoughts on it.

I'm looking forward to hearing from you again.

Cheers,

Murphy

uwe
uwe
Thu, 12/28/2017

Hi,

I would like to do this trip as budget as possible in May 2018. What would be the price to go with you? also like in a group

Kind regards, uwe

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MurphyF
Murphy Feng
Thu, 12/28/2017

In reply to by uwe (not verified)

Hi Uwe,

Thanks for contacting us, this is Murphy from WindhorseTour.

We do have some opening groups available in May for this overland tour, and I have just sent you the tour proposal with quotation via email, please have a look and kindly let me know your comments or thoughts on it.

I'm looking forward to hearing from you again.

Cheers,

Murphy

Eli
Eli
Wed, 09/27/2017

Hi,

I am interested in knowing the cost of the package of 10 to 15 days in the tibet, itinerary and that includes the package (tickets of train or airplane, lodging, meals, etc ...).....

Only fr me...

Many thanks u....

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Tagong grassland by July Yuki
Yuki Yi
Wed, 09/27/2017

In reply to by Eli (not verified)

Hi Eli,
Thanks for your comments. This is Yuki from WindhorseTour.
I have sent you the details via email few minutes ago, please go through the details and kindly let me know your comments or thoughts on it.
Look forward to your reply soon.
Kind regards,
Yuki

Arun Kumar A
Arun Kumar A
Tue, 07/25/2017

Hi, I am very interested to explore this tour option as i can do both the Mt Kailash and Mt Everst at one go. Pls share the tour costing and this years tour dates schedule, which will help me to pick suitable dates.

Pieterjan Verhaeghen
Pieterjan Verhaeghen
Mon, 03/20/2017

Hi,

We would like to do this trip as budget as possible in october 2017. What would be the price to go with you?

Kind regards,
Pieterjan

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Tagong grassland by July Yuki
Yuki Yi
Tue, 03/21/2017

In reply to by Pieterjan Verhaeghen (not verified)

Hi Pieterjan,
Thanks for contacting us! This is Yuki from WindhorseTour.
We can certainly arrange this trip for you. I have sent you the quotation details via E-mail, please have a look and feel free to contact for any further questions or assistance on it.
Look forward to your reply soon.
Kind regards,
Yuki

Vikram R
Vikram R
Mon, 03/06/2017

Hi,
Do you organize the itinerary from Kathmandu, Nepal.
if so, would you be able to share the details of the route.

We are 8 people planning to do Mr Kailash and would like to get a glimpse of Mount Everest with little trek. (we do not intend to do Everest base camp trek).

Also, can you share the cost for the itinerary (Kathmandu to Kathmandu)
1) 8 people
2) 10 people

Planned time - August / September 2017

Many Thanks,

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Tagong grassland by July Yuki
Yuki Yi
Tue, 03/07/2017

In reply to by Vikram R (not verified)

Hello Vikram,
Thanks for contacting us! This is Yuki from WindhorseTour.
Please kindly note that after the April 25th 2015 Earthquake in Nepal the border has been closed. Currently, we only suggest our groups to take the flights between Lhasa and Kathmandu.
The tour details have been sent to your email, please go through the details and feel free to let me know for any further questions on it.
Wish you have a pleasant day.
Kind Regards,
Yuki

clara maganza
clara maganza
Mon, 02/06/2017

Hi, we are 2 travelers 45 and 66 aged, we are planning to visit Tibet in september ( 22 or 23 we could arrive to Lhasa) and we are interested in -mount-kailash-everest-base-camp-tour (17 days). We woul like to receive your quote. Thanks. Clara

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Anita Fan
Tue, 02/07/2017

In reply to by clara maganza (not verified)

Hi Clara,

Thanks for your inquiry. This is Anita from WindhorseTour.

We would love to make your Tibet trip happen. I have just sent an email with detailed itinerary and quotation to you. Please kindly go through it and let me know if you have any further questions on it.

Look forward to hearing from you soon.

Best Regards,
Anita

xin rairdan
xin rairdan
Fri, 04/08/2016

We are arriving Lhasa on 6/15/16, and depart on 7/1/16. Group of 8 people, 4 adults, 4 children from 13 to 17 years old.
Please provide a quote for us.
Thanks,
Xin

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Tagong grassland by July Yuki
Yuki Yi
Mon, 04/11/2016

In reply to by xin rairdan (not verified)

Hello Xin,

Thanks for your comments! Mid-late June is a good time for this trip. I've sent you the tour itinerary with quotation via E-mail, please go through the details and feel free to let me know for any other questions!
I'm looking forward to hearing from you!
All the best,
Yuki

Vikas Pande
Vikas Pande
Sat, 11/22/2014

Sir I am Vikas Pande from Mumbai, India. I am planning a trip to Mansarovar Lake in March 2015 by my car with my family from India via Nepal and what would be the formalities and documents required for the same, and I would like to book good hotels and resorts by your agency, and I would like to know that can your guide accompany us during travel because I have read that a tour guide is must

Atul Panchal
Atul Panchal
Sun, 07/13/2014

Good Morning all and have a nice day.
We r planing to visit this place so let me know all detail with charges.
A waiting your reply soon.
Thanking you.

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Victoria Fang
Victoria Fang
Tue, 07/15/2014

In reply to by Atul Panchal (not verified)

Dear Atul Panchal,

Thanks for contacting us. I have sent you an email with more detailed information about your inquiry. Please check it and let me know if you have any question about your tour! Looking forward to hearing from you!

Best Regards,
Victoria

lili
lili
Thu, 05/01/2014

dear sir,
i' planning to go ngari during late november, but it seems tha tthat time is not advisable to go?
is it really cannot go during that time?
i'm planning to go nov 2014.
tahnks.

best regards
lili

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Lycoris Yang
Lycoris Yang
Thu, 06/12/2014

In reply to by lili (not verified)

Hi Lili,
Thanks for contacting us! Sorry to tell you that we don't have this tour in late November due to the cold weather.Could you please adjust your travel date for one or two months in advance if you are really interested in this tour route? Or you can choose other routes to visit Tibet in late November. I've just sent you an email with details, please kindly check it and you are welcome to ask me if you have any question.
Regards,
Lycoris

Eddy Van Ryckeghem
Eddy Van Ryckeghem
Fri, 01/04/2013

Hello

Please total price for this tour for 1 person (PRIVATE). Starting about 20/09/2013.

Thanks Eddy

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MurphyF
Murphy Feng
Fri, 01/04/2013

In reply to by Eddy Van Ryckeghem (not verified)

Hi Eddy,

Thank you for your comments! I just sent you an email with detailed tour proposal and cost as you requested. Please check it and let me know if you have any further questions on it!

Looking forward to hearing from you :)

Regards,

Murphy

Jeremy van den Driesen
Jeremy van den Driesen
Mon, 12/31/2012

This is the trip I want to do, however, after the walk to EBC I would like to go Kathmandu.
I plan on taking the train to Lhasa from Beijing . This will be around September 15th.
Can you arrange all of this and what does it cost?

Thank you

Jeremy

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MurphyF
Murphy Feng
Tue, 01/01/2013

In reply to by Jeremy van den… (not verified)

Hi Jeremy,

 

Thanks for your comments. Of course we'd love to help you organizing this trip. Hope you don't mind to tell us a bit more information about your plan, such as what's the number of people in your group? What kind of cabin you prefer to take for the train to Lhasa (Soft-sleeper or Hard-sleeper)? Do you prefer a private tour or join a group?

 

 

You're always welcome to contact us by email (Sales@WindhorseTour.com), or just leave your email address here, we will send you more details as you requested.

 

Looking forward to hearing from you and Happy New Year!

 

Regards,

 

Murphy

Kelly Lima
Kelly Lima
Thu, 06/21/2012

Hello, I am very interested in doing this tour, it incorporates everything I want to do in Nepal which is the pilgrimage around Mt. Kailash and Everest Base Camp. I am planning on going end of july/august. I am alone, how much will the cost be? please let me know as soon as possible as I need to book my flights.
Thankyou
Kelly

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WindhorseTour Travel Team
WindhorseTour Travel Team
Mon, 06/25/2012

In reply to by Kelly Lima (not verified)

Hello Kelly and thank you for your reply. Murphy one of our Travel Advisors will be sending you an email shortly with more detailed information about your inquiry. Thank you choosing WindhorseTour.