Tucked away in the remote corner of exotic west of Tibet, sacred Mount Kailash (6714m) dominates the entire region’s landscapes. This revered mountain is holiest of all the holy mountain and considered as a spiritual junction for Hindus, Buddhist, Jain and Bon regions. Every year thousands of pilgrim flocks here to make pilgrimage tour to Mt. Kailash for their spiritual purification.

After difficult overland journey to Mt. Kailash, Pilgrims are confronted with more challenging task of circumambulating the sacred peak. The circular journey around Mt. Kailash is called as a Kora, or Parikarma and normally takes 3 days to complete the trek. Hindus and Buddhist make clockwise Kora while the Bon adherents make counter-clockwise Kora. It is believed that one Kora around Mt. Kailash cleanses all the sin attained in lifetime and 108 kora gives the way of salvation.

Mount Kailash Geolocation31.054024° N, 81.32129° E Length: 14-Days Private Program: Lhasa, Gyantse,  Shigatse, Saga, Manasarovar, Darchen, Mt. Kailash. Departs Daily, Begins/Ends in Lhasa.  Land Cost Starting at $2880 per person (excluding international air), In Standard Accommodation. 

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    Daphne
    June 25, 2019
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    Our 15-day trip through Tibet was magical! Excellent care and the program was adapted to our wishes. I will definitely book again at inspirAsian.

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      Leonie
      July 4, 2019
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      The tour with inspirAsian was one to never forget! It was our first trip with them, but certainly not the last! Dennis has informed us extensively beforehand and the journey through Tibet was very well organised. Because of this we have been able to make a very relaxing and inspiring journey. What we enjoyed the beautiful Tibet! An experience I still enjoy. Thanks for making this breathtaking journey possible!

      Thanks again! Since I went to Nepal in 2011, I wanted to go to Tibet. My dream trip turned out to be even nicer than I thought. The Himalayas has such a magical effect on me. Still plenty of spots to discover there, so I’ll definitely plan a future tour with you!

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