Kailash Overland Tour

Duration Duration 18 Days
Meals Meals
  • As per itinerary
Accommodation Accommodation
  • Hotel and lodge as per itinerary
Activites Activities
  • Hiking
  • Scenic flight and drive
  • Monastery observation
  • Sightseeing
Price Reduced US$ 4598 Price Starts From US$ 3800
Destination Destination
Nepal & Tibet
Difficulty Difficulty
Moderate
Max. Altitude Max. Altitude
5000 meter
Activities Activity
Trekking/Sightseeing
Start and Point Start/End Point
Kathmandu/Kathmandu
Best Season Best Season
March, April, May, Sept, Oct, Nov
Group Size Group Size
2 - 8 People
Transportation Transportation
Private Car and Jeep
Activity Per Day Activity Per Day
5-6 hours sightseeing

Overview of Kailash Overland Tour

Kailash Overland Tour is an exhilarating tour on the roof of the world Tibet. They are crossing the barren flatlands, driving 3000 to 5000 meters above sea level, passing by different types of vegetation and people. They make the tour even more impressive than the flight tour. The state of China is an autonomous area with its vibrant geographical settings and Buddhist monasteries. The overland tour to Kailash consists of the Potala Palace, Caves, unobstructed view of Mount Everest, modern cities of Tibet, and blue watered Mansarovar Lake.


Kailash Overland Tour Highlights

  • Sightseeing in UNESCO World Heritage Sites
  • Everest Base Camp from the Tibet side
  • Sacred Manasarovar Lake
  • Sacred mount Kailash and Kailash Parikrama- a lifetime experience
  • Monasteries in Lhasa
  • Experience Tibetan Buddhist Culture
  • Visit Potala Palace – the winter residence of Dalai Lama

Tibet was opened for tourists to visit only in 1985, and since that date, the region has been getting popular among tourists and pilgrims. The scenic flight from Kathmandu to Lhasa will occur, and the Kailash overland tour will start. Once you have settled the visa issues in Lhasa immigration, you will be accompanied by the Tibetan guide, who will take you to the landmark destination of Tibet and surrounding cities within the state.

The places like Gyantse, Tingri, Zhang, and other significant destinations could be excellent adventure tours in Tibet. If it were from Nepal itself in the four-wheel drive, you would have traveled a 1000 km journey.

The spectacular sightseeing destinations like Norbulinkha Palace, Jokhang Temple, and other monasteries, which the Dalai Lama uses, could be the center of attraction to you. Turquoise lake, numerous high passes, and the panoramic views of the mountains like Lhotse, Makalu, and Everest from another side of the world will amaze you. The visit to Mansarovar Lake, the source of the Indus, Sutlej, Karnali, and Brahmaputra rivers, is lovely as if it is heaven on earth.

Come and book this fantastic Kailash Overland Tour package to witness the mystical monasteries, scenic mountains, enchanting lakes, and the modern cities of the traditional Tibet state of China with the responsible team of Peregrine Treks & Expeditions.

Important Notes of Kailash Overland Tour:

Tibet Tourism Bureau Permit (TTB) & Military Permit usually takes about 30-working-day to apply. If you couldn’t provide the required documents & information on time, an extra USD 80 per permit will be charged;
During the 3-day Mt Kailash Kora—

Lodgings: clean dorm-bed guesthouse; in peak season, we provide a tent if Indian pilgrims fully book the hotels.

Food: You can buy Tibetan noodles (USD 5) & instant noodles (USD 2).

Luggage: leave most of your luggage in our vehicle; bring only the immediate essential goods. We provide yaks & harder to carry your entire luggage.

  • We reserve the right to amend the itinerary in Lhasa, but we are committed to providing all services.
  • If you prefer to book a hotel yourself over those included in our group tour, please meet the rest of the group at their daily hotel on time. Transportation from your hotel is not included.
  • We need to pick up and drop off all group tour members on the first & last day from Lhasa Airport; thus, there may not always be a guide presence but a driver.
  • Due to the unique 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, attractions temporarily closed. It changes itinerary; travelers will pay the increased cost; if any attraction visits have to be canceled, Peregrine Treks won’t be held responsible for a refund except for specific attraction entrance fees, which Peregrine Treks will solely decide.

Single Supplement: our quote is based on twin rooms. For individual travelers, a single supplement is required for booking. If later we manage to match you with another traveler to share the twin rooms, the single supplement will be refunded.

Kailash Overland Tour Detail Itinerary

  • Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu, transfers to hotel

    Our airport representative picks you up from Tribhuvan International Airport and departs at your pre-booked hotel. We will organize a welcome dinner with Nepali cultural dance.

    Meals: Not Included

  • Day 02: Kathmandu Valley sightseeing

    After breakfast at the hotel, your private vehicle is ready for sightseeing at your hotel. On this day, you will visit Pashupatinath, Bouddhanath, Swyambhunath, and Kathmandu Durbar square.

    Meals: Breakfast

  • Day 03: From Kathmandu fly to Lhasa (3650m)

    On this day, you will depart to Lhasa, and our staff will greet you at Lhasa Airport to transfer you to the hotel. From Lhasa Airport to downtown Lhasa it usually takes about one and half hours. After transfer to the hotel, the rest of the day, you will be free to wander around the city on your own but try not to overtax yourself.

    This day in your rest is essential to acclimatize to the high altitude. Remember to drink lots of water, eat light, and not shower if you can help it. For our free Lhasa Airport transfer, please check the Inclusions for the information on our free Lhasa Airport transfers.

    Meals: Breakfast

  • Day 04: Lhasa Suburb

    Highlights: Drepung Monastery, Sera Monastery
    Today you will visit two attractions in the Lhasa suburb. In the morning, we will arrange for you to see Drepung Monastery. In the afternoon, we will visit Sera Monastery. You will spend a long hour sightseeing today under the fierce sun of Tibet, do arm yourself with sunglasses/ hat/ sunscreen.

    Also, a welcome dinner will be held tonight to introduce you to the whole gang you will travel to. We have customers from all over the world. It will be fun to meet people from different countries, cultures, and backgrounds.

    Located about eight km west of central Lhasa, Drepung Monastery was once one of the world’s largest monasteries. The word Drepung translates as ‘rice heap,’ a reference to the vast numbers of white monastic buildings that once piled up on the hillside. Sera Monastery is situated in the northern town of Lhasa City.

    The monastery was named Sera, which means wild rose in the Tibetan language, because the hill behind it was covered with wild roses in bloom when the monastery was built. From Monday to Friday, you will be able to see monks debating at Sera Monastery every afternoon.

    Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

  • Day 05: Lhasa City Sightseeing

    Highlights: Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Barkhor Street

    It is an important and central day of the Lhasa tour. This morning, you will depart to visit Potala Palace. It is around 3,700 meters above sea level, and it is the highest palace in the world!

    At the top of the palace, called golden roofs, you can have a bird-eye view of the whole of Lhasa. In the distance, there are rolling mountain ranges, the beautiful Lhasa River, tracts of fields, tree-shaded villages, and the glistening Jokhang Temple.

    This afternoon, you will visit Jokhang Temple; it is the first built during the period of Songs a Gambo in the 7th century and features Buddhist prayer wheels, reclining deer, and golden sutra streamers.

    You will find many pilgrims pray earlier than in the monastery. The circuit around it is called Barkhor Street, a famous local handmade crafts market, an excellent place to purchase souvenirs.

    Meals: Breakfast

  • Day 06: Lhasa to Gyantse (3950m) – 261 km

    Highlights: Karola Glacier, Yamdrok Lake, Pelkor Chöde Monastery

    Yamamoto Lake: dazzling Yamdrotso (elevation 4441m) is usually first seen from the summit of the Kamba-la (4700m). This lake is situated a hundred meters below the road and, in clear weather, is a beautiful shade of deep turquoise. You can see the fantastic view of Mt. Nojin Kangtsang(7191m).

    Karola Glacier: Mt Nojin Kangsang stands tall with an elevation of 7,191m between Gyantse County and Nagarzê County, with several snow-capped mountains over 6,000m surrounding it. Mount Nojin Kangsang is the most accessible glacier site on the Tibetan Plateau. The famous Kharola Glacier (elevation 5,560m) is below the south ridge of Nojin Kangsang.

    Pelkor Chöde Monastery with Gyantse Kumbum: the sprawling compound in the far north of townhouses Pelkor Chöde Monastery and the monumental Gyantse Kumbum, a chörten filled with beautiful paintings and statues. Palkhor lies at the foot of Dzong Hill. It is renowned for its Kumbum; This is 108 chapels on its four floors. The multi-storied Kumbum Stupa was crowned with a golden-haired ground and umbrella, bounded by more chapels filled with unique religious statues and murals.

    Meals: Breakfast

  • Day 07: Gyantse sightseeing and drive to Shigatse (3900m) – 90 km

    Highlights: Tashilump Monastery

    Upon entrance to Shigatse, we will first go to apply for the Alien’s Travel Permit (PSB) with your original passport. It usually takes about 30 minutes before sightseeing.

    Tashilunpo Monastery is one of the Big Monasteries of Gelugpa (or Yellow Hat Sect) in Tibet. Somebody describes the Heap of Glory; the monastery is situated at the foot of Drolmari (Tara’s Mountain), Shigatse. Established by the First Dalai Lama in 1447, the Fourth and successive Panchen Lamas expanded the monastery’s structure.

    It covers an area of nearly 300,000 square meters. The main construction establishes in the monastery are Maitreya Chapel, Panchen Lama’s Palace, and Kelsang Temple. Tashilhunpo has been the place of the Panchen Lama since the Fourth Panchen Lama took charge in the monastery, and right now, there are around 800 lamas.

    Meals: Breakfast

  • Day 08: Shigatse -Tingri -Rongpuk –EBC (5200m)

    Highlights: Rongbuk Monastery, Sunset of golden Everest peak

    In the morning, you will leave Shigatse for Lhatse, a small town located 150 km from Shigatse, and you may have lunch in a 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 the Himalayas at Gawula Pass (5198m). Then we drive along the New zigzag road to Rongbuk or the Tent Camp to stay overnight. If the weather is good, you can have a clear view of the sunset of the golden Everest peak.
    Stay overnight in Nomad Tent (Dorm Bed) or Rongbuk guesthouse

    Meals: Breakfast

  • Day 09: EBC - Saga

    Highlights: Sunrise of Everest Peak, Everest Base Camp, Far view of Mt. Shishapangma, Peikutso Lake

    We didn’t include breakfast this morning. You will understand why when you’re on the spot. Tibetan breakfast, such as noodles, Zumba, etc., about CNY 30, is available here. You are highly recommended to bring along some cookies, instant noodles, coffee, etc.
    Everest Tent Camp is the furthest point vehicles can drive. From here, you will have to take the shuttle bus for the last glorious 4Km which is incredibly scenic. High grey ridges weigh you to the east and west, and as you look to the south, Everest’s north face dominates the skyline.

    Gifted with springs, Everest Base Camp (elevation 5150m) has a couple of enduring structures and a small army base. Clamber up the small hill festooned with prayer flags for great views of Mt. Everest’s star attraction, then have your snapshot taken at the base camp marker, interpret ‘Mt. Qomolangma Base Camp’.

    Peikutso Lake: the beautiful turquoise Peiku-Tso (4590m) is one of Tibet’s magical spots, with stunning views of the snowcapped Shishapangma (8012m) and the Langtang range bordering Nepal to the south.

    Overnight in Saga, Guesthouse

    Meals: Not Included

  • Day 10: Saga - Darchen

    Highlights: dunes, beautiful grassland, local’s villages, far view the Mt. Naimonanyi

    The extensive town of the saga is the last of any size on the route and your last chance to eat a plentiful meal. A photogenic section of dunes, lakes, and mountains kicks 60km from Zhongba. About 23 km before Paryang, you create a pass and drop past more dunes to Paryang. Photos taken along this route can often get stepped, streams, desert dunes, and snow-capped mountains in the same shot.

    Meals: Not Included

  • Day 11: Trek from Darchen – Dirapuk (6hrs/ 20km/ 200m ascent)

    Highlights: Mt. Kailash Kora

    The Kora path starts in the western parts of Darchen. Quickly leaving all traces of the village behind, you head westward across the Barkha plain, a sandy expanse dotted with greenery like a heavy camouflage jacket. To the north, the east-west ridge blocks your view of Mt Kailash, but there are unobstructed views of huge Gurla Mandata(7728m) to the south-east. Api Himal and other peaks in Nepal are visible to the south while looking to the southwest for the twin, sharp humps of Kamet (7756m) in India.
    Only 4 km from Darchen, the trail climbs up over the southwest end of the ridge to reach a cairn at 4790 Meters. The cairn is decorated with prayer flags and symbols, the first views of Mt Kailash’s southern face, and the opening of the kora’s four prostration points.
    The trail quickly bends around to the north and enters the barren Lha-Chu Valley. The valley is so open that you can see ahead to the tall Tarboche flagpole (4750) in the distance, one of the most important sites for the Saga Dawa Festival.
    Just west of Tarboche is the ‘two-legged’ Chorten Kangnyi. It’s a promising act for pilgrims to walk through the small Chorten’s archway. A short hike above Tarchorten to the east is the sky-burial site of the 84 Mahasiddhas (Tantric practitioners who achieved a high level of awareness). The first of the kora’s three Buddha paths are here but hard to find. You can see a superb view of the valley.

    Beyond Tarboche, the valley narrows dramatically in an area called Sershong. You can start to get clear pictures of Mt Kailash now, standing to the concentration above the eastern ridge.

    Chuku Monastery (4820m), founded in the 13th century by Gotsangpa Gompo Pel, a Kagyupa-order master, is perched high above the valley floor on the hillside to the west. It curves so mysteriously into its rocky backdrop you may not be able to notice it’s there.

    From the Chuku, it’s about 3 hours to Dir-Puk Monastery. Take your time among these enlarges, for it has some of the best scenery of the intact Kora. High sedimentary faces, wonderfully puckered and dented and chiseled into shapes that seem alive, hem you in on both sides.

    When the weather is warmer, there’s even the infrequent ribbon of water reducing down the slopes from hundreds of meters high. Along the route, you will find the second prostration point, with its prayer flags and unobstructed view of the east side of Mt Kailash. 30mins later, just past a tea tent selling the usual drinks and snakes, look for the second Buddha footprint and a carving of the god Tamdrin, a wrathful horse-headed deity, on a black stone smeared with eons of yak butter. The trail starts to climb from the rock and heads northeast toward Dira-Puk Monastery.

    Dira-Puk(Lhalung Dira) Monastery(5080m) sits in a superb location on the hillside north of the Lha-Chu. It directly faces the surprising north side of Mt Kailash, which appears as a massive, jet-black slab of granite decorated with alabaster-white strips of snow. Three lesser mountains are arrayed in front of Mt Kailash: Chana Dorie to the west, Jampelyang to the east, and Chenrezig in the center.

    Overnight in Dirapuk, Camp/Guesthouse (Dorm Bed)

    Meals: Breakfast

  • Day 12: Trek from Dirapuk – Zutulpuk (8hrs/ 18km/ 550m ascent/ 600m descent)

    Highlights: Mt. Kailash Kora

    When you wake up and go outside, you want to revel in the glory environment. Mt Kailash’s dramatic black face dominates the skyline, while the middle slopes boom with the moans of yaks.
    The main Kora path heads off to the east, crossing the Lha-Chu by the bridge, and then climbs on a moraine to meet the trail on the east bank. The long climb up the Drolma-Chu Valley will ultimately guide us to the Drolma-la.
    Less than an hour along is the meadow at Jarok Donkhang (5210m). Near Jarok Donkhang, a track twigs off to the south-east, leading over the snowy Khando Sanglam-la. Also, Polung Glacier descends from the East Ridge off the north face of Mt Kailash, down through the Polung Valley among Chenresig and Jampelyang.
    A short distance above Jarok Donkhang, there is the rocky area of Shiva-tall (5330m). Pilgrims are believed to undergo a symbolic death at this point, entering the kingdom of the Lord of the Deas, until they reach the top of the Drolma-la and are reborn for the second time.
    After Shiva-that, the trail mercifully flattens for a time and proceeds along a glacial ridge. There are many exciting things to see ahead, such as the sin-testing stone of Bardo Trang (a flat boulder that pilgrims are believed to squeeze under to measure their wickedness).

    About 30mins from Shiva-TSA
    L, the trail turns eastward for the final ascent. Allow around an hour for the 200m climb to the top of the Drolma-La(5640m). After the high point, you will reach the rocky pass. The high cubic Drolma Do (Drolma’s Rock) that marks the top is barely visible behind many prayer flags.

    When the weather is good, most pilgrims and hikers break at the pass for rest and refreshment before starting the steep descent. Gauri Kund (5608m) almost instantly, the Lake of sympathy.

    It takes about an hour to make the long and steep 400 m fall to the grassy banks of the Lham-chu Khir. En route, there is a much-revered path of Milarepa. When the valley arrives, you can get nomad tents and a teahouse selling drinks and noodles — a large rock topped by Kora’s third Buddha footprint.

    Around 30 minutes south, a valley comes down from the Khando Sanglam-la to join the western trail. This valley provides the only glimpse of Mt Kailash’s eastern or crystal face.

    You can see grassy fields along the river. A side valley comes from the left after a few hours from the third Buddha footprint. From this point, the river changed its name to Dzong-chu, interpreted as ‘Fortress River.’
    Soon you will see Zutul-Puk Monastery (4820m). The wonder cave that provides the monastery with its name is at the back of the main hall. Today also, you can see Milarepa’s footprint and handprint.

    Overnight in Zutulpuk, Camp/Guesthouse (Dorm Bed)

    Meals: Not Included

  • Day 13: Trek from Zutulpuk – Darchen (4hrs/ 14km/ 150m) and Drive Darchen - Manasarovar

    Highlights: Mt. Kailash Kora, Lake Manasarovar

    From Zutulpuk Monastery, the trail follows the river closely for an hour, climbs above the river, and enters the lovely Gold & Red Cliffs, a narrow canyon whose stained purple walls are cobalt and rust.

    When canyon looks like they gouged into the precipice walls, these are artificial but made by pilgrims looking for holy stones. Also, look for prayer flags decorated crossways the river and the blue waters of Lake Rakshas Tal in the long distance.

    When the trail appears on the Barkha plain, close to the fourth prostration spot, Gurla Mandata is again visible in the long distance. It takes one hour hike back to Darchen along a muddy road.

    Meet your driver at Darchen. Drive to Lake Manasarovar, the most venerated of all Tibet’s many sacred lakes. It is especially sacred to Hindus, who have been walking around it for 2,000 years. Buddhists associate the lake with Maya, Buddha’s mother. Hindu and Buddhist cosmology believed that nearby Mount Kailash is the holy mountain and Manasarovar is the source of Indus, Sutlej, Brahmaputra, and Karnali are the biggest river in Asia. Overnight in Manasarovar, Guesthouse (dorm bed)

    Meals: Not Included

  • Day 14: Manasarovar - Payang - Saga

    Enjoy the ride back with leisure. Our vehicle will stop along the trip for you to take photos.

    Overnight in Saga, Guesthouse

    Meals: Guesthouse

  • Day 15: Saga - Lhatse - Shigatse

    Enjoy the ride back with leisure. Our vehicle will stop along the trip for you to take photos.

    Overnight in Shigatse (Meals: Breakfast Included)

  • Day 16: Shigatse - Lhasa

    Highlights: The Yarlung Tsangpo, Tibetan Incense Workshop in Nyemo

    After breakfast at the hotel, you will drive back to Lhasa along the friendship way, the northern route to Lhasa. Yarlung Tsangpo valley lies along the way. 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 can also be used to prevent infectious diseases like flu and influenza. Its ingredients contain herbal medicines such as saffron, Sandalwood, Chinese Usnea, and borneol. Overnight in Lhasa

    Meals: Breakfast

  • Day 17: Departure from Lhasa for Kathmandu

    Your Mt Kailash Kora Pilgrimage Group Tour ends today. After breakfast, you will be free for the morning, at this time you will buy gifts for your family and friends. A private vehicle is a standby at your hotel to drop you at the airport.

    Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

  • Day 18: Departure at your destination

    You will be departed after breakfast at the hotel. If you have a delayed flight, you can wander around the hotel and buy gifts for your relatives and friends. We will provide a private vehicle 3 hours earlier than your scheduled flight.

    Meals: Breakfast


Includes/Excludes

What's included
    • Three Night hotels with breakfast in the three-star category
    • Private vehicle for sightseeing with a tour guide
    • All entrance fees
    • Pick up and drop by private vehicle
    • Welcome and farewell dinner with Nepali cultural dance
    • Kathmandu – Lhasa – Kathmandu flight ticket
    • Tibet Lodgings: (7 Nights, twin sharing bed; 1 Night, dorm bed at NOMAD TENT; 3 Nights, twin room ensuite in GUESTHOUSE; 2 Nights, dorm bed in by CAMP/GUESTHOUSE; 1 Night, dorm bed in GUESTHOUSE)
    • Meal: 7 Breakfasts & 1 Dinner;
    • Permit: Tibet Tourism Bureau Permit (TTB);
    • Alien’s Travel Permit (PSB) to be applied in Shigatse with your original passport, which takes about 30mins;
    • Military Permit;
    • Lhasa Airport pick-up at 12:30 pm or 15:30 from Lhasa Airport on the first day;
    • Lhasa Airport drop-off at 07:30 am or 12:00 pm from the hotel in Lhasa on the last day;
    • The travel-licensed vehicle according to group size & season as itinerary needed, including gas and parking fee;
    • Guide: experienced local English-speaking tour guide
    • Attractions: all entrance fees mentioned in the itinerary
    • Travel Agency Liability insurance;
    • An express delivery fee of Permit (e.g., SF. Express)
    • Food & lodgings for guide & driver;
    • All applicable government taxes and company service charge
What is excluded
    • Flight ticket from and to Kathmandu
    • Visa fees, meals except than cost inclusion part
    • All personal expenses and bar bills
    • Some Breakfast, all Lunch & Dinner (Please follow itinerary)
    • Yaks & herders during 3-Day Mt Kailash Kora
    • Shuttle Bus fee at Mt Kailash & Lake Manasarovar: $60/person
    • Private Lhasa Airport transfer if your flight isn’t within our free service time, $60/vehicle/time.
    • Super-fast express delivery of Tibet Entry Permit (e.g., China Air Express)
    • Unexpected nature disasters cause additional days—for example, Land Slide, Avalanche, etc.
    • Personal travel insurance and tipping for guide, porter, and driver
    • Anything not listed in INCLUSIONS

Accommodation

You will stay in Samsara Resort or Hotel Arts Kathmandu or a similar 3-star hotel in Thamel. A solo traveler needs to share the room with a same-gender traveler. If you need a single supplement, you will have to pay an additional cost of about USD 500. During the trek, most of your accommodations contain attached bathrooms, while some of the teahouses may not have, and you may have to share the washing and toilet facilities in that case. In lower elevations, Kathmandu and the trekking regions will have sing room facilities, but it will be hard to find them at higher elevations.

Meals

You will enjoy typical Nepalese food and international cuisine (Tibetan, Continental, India, etc.) during your trek. Be sure that the lodges or teahouses will provide breakfast, lunch, and dinner as per their available menu. You may not be served breakfast somewhere during your trek. You may get opportunities for welcome and farewell dinners for guests.

Departure Dates

We have daily departures for this trip, so we recommend that you book it according to your schedule. We will customize the tour/trekking package to your specific needs. We are concentrating on the private trip, taking into account numerous elements such as COVID, trekkers' physical fitness, available time, and budget. Because these elements may or may not be compatible with the individual traveler.

Similarly, during the trek/tour, we will be pleased to supply you with pre/post accommodation as well as other supplementary services such as a domestic flight and an additional porter. Please fill out this customized form for your convenience.

Customize this trip with help from our local travel specialist that matches your interests.

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