Simikot Kailash Manasarovar is recently explored trekking trip from Nepal to Tibet. This trip is all about making an encircle starting from Simikot, the hidden valley of Humla district, western part of Nepal, reach to the high altitude mountain, Mt. Kailash, and end at the northern side of country country, Khasa, Nepal Tibet border. During the trip from Simikot to Mt. Kailash Mansarovar (6,714 m) is really an amazing in the sense that you pass through incredible landscape, snow capped mountain passes, terraced field, dense forest, have stunning scenic views of the mountains, beautiful settlement, barren, treeless field and many more. The moment is worth sharing and memorable moment for lifetime. You also have an opportunity to stroll around Tibet and exploring the forbidden land of treasures and richness, its exotic culture, incredible landscapes, Buddhist monasteries and temples, treeless barren, snow capped high hills, mountains including Mt. Kailash and a number of other monasteries and temples, mesmerizing landscapes, friendly people and many more. These features are explicit enough Simikot Kailash Mansarovar trip is the most popular.
Simikot Kailash Manasarovar trip begins with a short flight from Kathmandu to Nepalgunj and then have a hike to Simikot, where you will enjoy with gorgeous scenes and continue trekking passing through Dharapuri, Kerni, Yalbang Gumpa, Tumkot, Thado Dhuga and then you cross the Nara La pass (4,450 m) and trek down to Hilsa, Nepal Tibet border and then have trek up to Sher and then Purang and subsequently drive up to Mansarovar Lake making an excursion around, you will visit to Darchen, Derapuk, Tashi Lhunpo Monastery, similarly you will make a trip to Darchen, Paryang, Saga, Lhatse, Shigatse and finally get back to Lhasa, where you will visit to the ancient monastery, historical and religious sites, explore around and finally you will fly back to Kathmandu or return back by road along the friendship highway via Khasa, Nepal Tibet border and subsequently return back to Kathmandu by road.
For trekking a load of 25 kilos is allowed.