Mt. Kailash & Mansarovar Yatra by Helicopter via Kathmandu:
Kailash Yatra is not a luxury holiday, it is an adventure pilgrimage!!
In the northern part there is a mighty mountain by the name Himalaya, the abode of perpetual snow, fittingly called the lord of mountains, animated by Divinity as its soul and internal spirit (or in other words, Divinity incarnate). Spanning the wide land from the eastern to the western sea, be stands as it were like the measuring rod of earth. At the direction of the king Prithu the self same mountain was used as a calf by all other mountains. While the Mount Meru (KAILAS) stood as an expert milkier of cows and milched the Mother Earth (as if from a cow) the milk of shining gems and medicinal herbs of wonderful virtues and supreme efficacy (in order to adorn the Himalayas).
Max. Altitude: 5600 m
Duration: 10 days
Group Size: Minimum Group size 5, maximum: 20 pax
Transportation: land cruiser and support truck
Accomodation: Hotel and Lodge
Season: May - September
Risk and Liabilities:
We always effort to make your journey smooth and pleasant. However as all the Tibet Tours and Travels are run strictly under Tibet Tourism Bureau. Fokus India Tours or its Tibet counterpart agent shall not be responsible for any alternation or cancellation of program due to any unavoidable circumstances beyond control such as road blockade, landslide, snow, political unrest cancellation of flight, delay arrival, lack of transport, visa rejected by Chinese authorities, sickness or accident. Any extra cost incurring there of shall be borne by the clients on the spot. Since Tibet is very remote place and road are very rough sometime good vehicle may braked.
We highly advised to the clients to have full insurance against medical, tripcancellation and personal accident risk.
Clothing and Necessities:
As the temperature varies greatly between day and night (from max. 20 degrees Celsius to min. –16 degrees Celsius) the Tour Operator suggests to advise their yatris to carry following clothing:
Woolen gloves, Balaclava, Sun hat, Thermal wear, Water bottle, Woolen socks, Towel, Light Jacket, Sunglasses, Sun cream, Torch with extra batteries/bulbs, Muffler, Mask, Raincoat, Paper Soap, Sweater, Shirt/T-shirt & Trekking shoes.