Mount Kailash is a peak in the Kailash Range, which forms part of the Transhimalaya in Tibet China. It lies near the source of some of the longest rivers in Asia: the Indus River, the Sutlej River (a major tributary of the Indus River), the Brahmaputra River, and the Karnali River (a tributary of the River Ganga). It is considered a sacred place in four religions: Bon, Buddhism, Hinduism and Jainism. The mountain lies near Lake Manasarovar and Lake Rakshastal in Tibet. As this reverential sanctum is important for Hindus likewise it constituently imparts on equal value to Buddhists too. Tibetan Buddhists entitled this mountain Kang Rimpoche, meaning 'Precious Jewel of Snow.' Unquestionably, there must be immense of religious mysteries hidden in the Buddhist scriptures as significances. Out of these few are revelatory for the devotees is if any one circumambulates Holy Mount Kailash once, will be blotted completely out of one's sin of whole lifespan whereas, accomplishes108 times then attain salvation since Hindus, Buddhists believe in transmigration. A circumambulation normally completes in 3 days walking off a periphery of 53 km. Unsurprisingly, locals complete even one single day by all means it is an effect of their indefatigable physical strength acquiring of acclimatization.

 Another scenic excitement of this destination is Sacred Lake Manasovar a depth of 70m with lotus having eight petals, locates at an altitude of 4,560m spreading out with a circumference of 90 km is a cardinal target of this pilgrimage. As Holy Mount Kaliash immensely sustains religious purports as does the Lake Mansarovar. For Hindus Manasarovar is the 'Manas' the soul of Brahama bathing place of god Shiva and goddess Parvati. If any devotee who takes a bath by dipping into its emerald water believed to be a symbolically a deliverance to (Baikuntha) abode of Bramha, and drinks water from this Lake cleanses from the entire sins of 100 births. In the similar manner for Buddhists applies the same one single time of bath washes out the sins of one birth and drinks water from this lake wipes out 100 birth's iniquities. Traditionally, Lake Mansarovar is a glorious personification of human Consciousness and Enlightenment as well as the mother of four prominent rivers namely Bramhaputra, Ganga, Satlej and Indus which flow supplying waters in the land of Asia having been various means of usages. Likewise, for the sects of Bon enthusiasts of Tibet's pre-Buddhist follower of shamanistic religion also sanctified Holy Mount Kailash as a sacrosanct object of worship since it still was a spiritual vicinity of Zhang Zhung. For the founder of this Bon religion, Tonbo Shenrab, a Persian empires who migrated to the western Tibet had believed to be alighted from heaven. This also a famous site of commemorating history of a battle between saint Milarepa and the Bon shaman Naro Bon-Chung in 12th century. Unlike Buddhists and Hindus Bonpo believers make their circumference around the Holy Mount Kailash in anti-clock wise direction.

 Similarly, for Jain believers also a great place of revering value. They named it Mount Astapada in place of Holy Mount Kilash believing that it is a place revered as Rishaba (twenty-four Tirthankaras) meaning attaining salvation. 

 Hence, Across The Makalu travels & Tour Pvt. Ltd. Is always at your disposal in organizing a tour to those enthusiasts who have been dreaming to be in this unique world as this company is dedicated in offering its reliable service with a crack team of crew since last two decades. Out of several routes this company has customized very common itinerary which is tabulated as below.


Cost Detail

Package inclusion:

  • Airport transfer vehicle
  • All permits and entry fee
  • All meals and accommodations
  • English speaking tibetan guide for tibet tour
  • One jeep and one support truck in tibet
  • China visa fee
  • Guide during tour

Package excludes:

  • All bar and mineral water bills
  •  Nepal entry visa fee
  • Personal travel medical insurance
  • Emergency rescue if needed
  • Personal horse and horse man (if use)
  • Extra expenses occurred by nature such as landslide, flood, bad weather etc.
  • Personal expenses such as postage, staff tips etc.