Mount Kailash Tour – A Journey Of A Lifetime

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, Mt Kailash is one of the holiest places in Tibetan Buddhism, and the destination for millions of devotes every year that comes to walk the Kora around the mountain. Though this trek is one of the most demanding in Tibet, but it is also the most popular among tourists.

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Mt Kailash is one of the holiest places in Tibetan Buddhism and the destination for millions of devotes every year that comes to walk the Kora around the mountain. Though this trek is one of the most demanding in Tibet but it is also the most popular among tourists. There’re a host of things to see do when you are in this region. Here is what your Mount Kailash tour package should include:

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Mt Kailash Kora: The Kora is something that it’d be a big miss to miss out on. Although the trek is tough and demanding it can be incredibily satisfying once you’ve completed it. And there’re sights you wouldn’t want to miss out on the way around the mountain. Starting from Darchen village the kora follows the pilgrim’s tracks towards Mt. Kailash to the north.

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Kangkyam Glacier: On the way to Mount Kailash kora there’s a chance to explore a real moving Kangkyam Glacier falls from the north face of Mount Kailash. At the tongue of the glacier one can enjoy exceptional sights of the sheer north face of Mount Kailash.

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Hot Springs Placed to the northwest of Mount Kailash are the Tirthapura monastery its hot springs. Positioned on the reservoirs of the Sutlej River it’s a renowned place for devotees to come after they’ve finished the kora. They take a dip in the hot springs to relax their body and then move to the monastery to witness the stone footprints of Guru Rinpoche that are preserved in the prayer hall. Mansarovar Rakshastal Just south of the Mount Kailash are the 2 holy lakes: Rakshastal and Mansarovar. The lakes lying close to another couldn’t be more different. Mansarovar to the east is a freshwater lake with exceedingly rounded seashore. In opposite Rakshastal is a saltwater lake with no aquatic plants of fish. Hemispherical shaped like the moon it contrasts the spherica “sun” shape of Mansarovar so much that Tibetans call them “brightness darkness”. The lakes are joined by a small river which permits the fresh water of Mansarovar to seep into the salty Rakshastal.

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