Western Nepal To Tibet- Simikot Kailash Tour
Simikot Kailash Tour is a great journey of a lifetime. This tour connects the 3 major tourist destinations of Nepal and Tibet such as Simikot, Kailash Manasarovar and Lhasa. The ultimate destination of Simikot Kailash Lhasa Trek is the holy pilgrimage site in Tibet i.e. Mt. Kailash. Mt. Kailash and Mansarovar Lake is holy and sacred place religiously for Hindu and Buddhist people. Many Hindu and Buddhist pilgrims visit this place every year to perform Kora. As per Hindu mythology, Mt. Kailash is the home of Lord Shiva. It is a place where he resides and meditates along with his wife Parvati. Mansarovar lake is considered as a lake of a miracle. Most people believe that a bath in this lake purifies your body from the sins. The journey takes you to some of the wild landscapes in the Tibetan plateaus and showers you with the best mountain views. The tranquil lakes with fishes preserved in its own natural habitat is a pleasing experience. Driving through the exotic cities to visit the artistic monasteries can be the best memory for your lifetime! So, set out for a journey to the Mt. Kailash via the remote location of Simikot.
Simikot To Mount Kailash Trek Distance
Simikokt Kailash trek is one of the best and shortest routes to conquering the Kailash Journey from Nepal. The Simikot to Mount Kailash distance is 130 Km and that of Simikot to Mansarovar Lake distance is about 83 Kilometers. Likewise, the Simikot to Mount Kailash trek can be concluded in about 15 to 25 days.
Destination: Mustang, Nepal
Trip Routes: Kathmandu - Nepalgunj - Simikot - Dharapuri - Saili Khola - Muchu - Sipsip - Hilsa - Taklakot - Mansarover - Tarboche - Dirapuk - Zutulpuk - Darchen - Paryang - Saga - Shigaste - Gyantse - Lasha - Kathmandu
Activities: Trekking and Sightseeing
Season: April to May and September to October
Flying out to Tibet requires a Chinese visa and a Tibet Travel Permit which can both be acquired in Kathmandu with the help of a travel company (Tibet via Nepal). A valid visa for China isn't the same as a Tibet Travel Permit. Those with a Chinese traveler visa will at present need to apply for a Tibet travel permit. The permit is still required for remote foreign traveler travelling to Tibet from territory China. To obtain the permit you have to book a guide for your whole trip and pre-organize private transport for trips outside Lhasa. The trip outside Lhasa likewise requires extra permits which are arranged by the travel agent you are going with.
Chinese Visa — you can apply for one from a Chinese Embassy
Group Visa — who entry from Nepal to Tibet after Tibet tour traveler can visit China mainland with valid group visa.
Individual Visa will be cancel when we apply for group visa (if visa is in the passport)
Tibet Entry Permit — it is issued by the Tibet Tourism Bureau and is an absolute necessity for outsiders entering Tibet.
A few people who wish to travel to specific areas in Tibet must also obtain:
Travel Permit — it is required when you are planning to movement to closed areas in Tibet. These are issued after you land in Tibet.
Military Permit — it is acquired to travel to some militarily sensitive regions.