Adi Kailsah Yatra 2018 has been considered the most sacred and revered mountain ranges in the world. Ravana the biggest follower of Lord Shiva came to Adi Kailash from south to worship lord Shiva. Surrounded by natural beauty, peace & serenity Adi Kailash is popularly known as Om Parvat Yatra. Adi Kailash Tour is close to the Indo-Tibetan boarder from Indian side, is akin to Mount Kailash in Tibet. During the trek, one gets the opportunity to view the snow peaks of thick forests, wild flowers and Annapurna. There is Gauri Kund is located at the foot of Mt. Kailash, which has the reflection of water in the mountain. There is Parvati Sarovar, known as Mansarovar, is close but is not as big as the original one.
Day 01: DELHI TO PITHORAGARH
(NIGHT TRAIN TO KATHGODAM AND THEN JEEP/TEMPO TO PITHORAGARH)
Day 02: PITHORAGARH TO PANGLA
(JEEP TO PANGLA REACH THERE IN AFTER NOON)
Day 03: PANGLA TO LAMARI
(BY JEEP UPTO LOKARFU AND THEN TREK 10 KMS TO LAMARI)
Day 04 : LAMARI TO NABI
(LAMARI TO CHIALEKH 9 KMS BY TREK AND THEN 14 KMS BY VEHICLE)
Day 05: NABI TO KUTI
(NABI TO NAMPHA 14 KMS BY VEHICLE AND THEN TREK 5 KMS TO KUTI)
Day 06 : KUTI TO ADIKAILASH
(TREK 14 KMS TO JYOLINGKONG.ADVISE TO ELDERLY TO USE HORSES)
Day 07 : ADIKAILASH TO KUTI
(TREK BACK 14 KMS)
Day 08 : KUTI TO NABI
(TREK 5 KMS TO NAMPA AND THEN VEHICLE TO NABI 14 KMS)
Day 09 : NABI TO NABIDANG AND BACK TO NABI
(40 KMS JOURNEY BY VEHICLE)
Day 10 : NABI TO LAMARI
(NABI TO CHIALEKH 16 KMS BY VEHICLE AND THEN 9 KMS DOWNHILL TREK TO LAMARI.)
Day 11 : LAMARI TO DHARCHULA
(LAMARI TO LOKARFU 10 KMS BY TREK AND THEN VEHICLE TO DHARCHULA.)
Day 12 : DHARCHULA TO DELHI
(DHARCHULA TO HALDWANI BY JEEP AND THEN BY NIGHT TRAIN TO DELHI)
Casual wears and comfortable walking shoes are recommended to travel to Tibet. Be sure to bring warm clothing as nights and early mornings can be quite chilly to downright cold. Indian woman Pilgrims are strictly advised not to war Sari. Bring all the film, medicine, cosmetics, personal toilet items etc. that you will need from home as these are difficult if not impossible to obtain on the way. A small first aid kit is also a good idea. Also quite useful to have a route map, to know where you are going and have been each day.
Winter wear: Gore-Tex material though expensive is highly recommended to beat the chilling cold. Also carry down jacket, raincoat or windbreakers, thermal under wears, Jackets, warm trousers & woolen shirts (cotton will also do), warm sweaters, woolen gloves, sun hat, sun glass, comfortable shoes, light leather boots in case of snow, woolen balaclava ('monkey cap') & scarf/dust mask to protect your eyes & nose from dust and cold.
Snacks along the way. Chocolates, dry fruit, toffees, glucose; 'namkeen' etc. Strong water bottle & water purifying tablets. Personal medical kit and Diamox tablet (for high altitude), Sun glasses (to protect your eyes from UV, which is especially strong in high altitudes), sun block or sun screen lotion, wet tissues (Fresh-ones are excellent to wipe off the dust), clothes-line/clips, needle & thread, deo-spray (handy for smelly boots/feet and for a round of spray in the toilet tent!), toilet paper, torch & spare batteries, daypack (small shoulder bag), Camera & films, Binocular.
This is one of the toughest high altitude road journeys on earth. You Must be physically fit - no two ways about that. Generally patients with asthma & heart problems have a problem acclimatizing to high altitudes. In your interests, it is essential that you be examined by your doctor to know about your health condition and your ability to cope up with the rigors of high altitude travel for days in 'no road' conditions, extreme cold, dust, trekking to an altitude of 19500ft during the Parikrama, etc.
As you are traveling over high terrain, you are likely to experience symptoms and discomfort of altitude sickness (headache, loss of appetite, nausea, exhaustion, sleeplessness, breathlessness etc.) until your body adjusts to the elevation. This can take a couple of days or more depending on an individual. For this reason alone, we have made it mandatory to stay 2 nights at Nylam (12000ft) before moving on to the higher altitudes. Be calm, and do not exercise. Do not drink alcohol or smoke prior to and during the tour. We also recommend you carry a strip of diamox tablets. Do consult your physician on the dosage. We provide Gamow bag (a special equipment to prevent sickness from high altitude) on this tour.
Therefore, company and its counterpart shall not be responsible for any change and alteration in the program due to unavoidable circumstances such as landslide, road blockage, flood, snow, political unrest, cancellation of flight, delay arrival, delay issue of permit , sickness or accidents. Any extra cost incurred thereof shall be borne by the clients on the spot.
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|Min. 01||INR 95,000/- per person|