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Kailash Mansarover Yatra Tour

Package Duration
12 Days / 11 Nights
Destination Covered
New Delhi - Almora

  • Day 1 : Delhi to Almora

    Description :

    The pilgrims cover 320 Km from Delhi to Kathgodam via Moradabad, Rampur, Haldwani. They cross the rivers Yamuna, Ganga and Ramganga W. rivers on the way. Before starting the journey, pilgrims are briefed by the Under Secretary, Ministry of External Affairs, about the Yatra and their medical check-up is done at Indo-Tibetian Border Police Centre. From New Delhi, you are taken in an air-conditioned coach to Almora, a small town in the foothills of the Himalayas in the Kumaon hills of Uttarakhand. As the Yatris have to leave Delhi in the morning by 0600 hours, please ensure that your baggage is packed and ready by 0500 hours. The journey from Kathgodam to Dharchula is performed by non AC buses. The KMVN will make arrangements of night halt for yatries at its Tourist Rest House, Almora. This is an ideal day for Yatris to get to know each other. For the successful completion of the Yatra it is essential to get to know each Yatri's strengths and weaknesses.

    Day 2 : Almora to Chaukori

    Description :

    After breakfast at Almora, yatris leave for Kausani enroute Chaukori. The 55 km drive to Kausani traverse through the serpentine roads offering splendid views of mountain peaks and famed flora of Kumaon region of Uttarakhand. After the lunch at Kausani the Yatra proceeds towards the destination of the day, Chaukori, covering a distance of 90 km. The region boasts of unspoilt nature, a land bestowed with natural abundance, fruit orchards, and the jungles of Pines, Oaks and Rhododendrons. Chaukori is a tiny hill station in the Pithoragarh district set among the lofty peaks of the western Himalayan Range. The Mahakali River, running along its eastern boundary, forms the Indo-Nepal international border. Chaukori's elevation is 2010 meters with a spectacular view of the snowy peaks of Nanda Devi and Panchachuli peaks.

    Day 3 : Chaukori to Dharchula

    Description :

    After early breakfast, yatris leave Chaukori for Dharchula. Enroute, yatris pay obeisance at the Patal Bhubaneswar, a limestone cave temple, 42 km from Chaukori. Legend and folklore have it that this underground cave enshrines Lord Shiva and thirty three crore Gods. The cave is 160 meters long and 90 feet deep from the point of entrance. Limestone rock formations have created various spectacular stalactite and stalagmite figures of various hues and forms. This cave has a narrow tunnel-like opening which leads to a number of caves. The cave is fully electrically illuminated. There is a folklore that the Pandava brothers passed their time here during banishment. It is also believed that this cave is internally connected to the four abodes (Char Dham). The motor able road ends half a kilometer away from the cave entrance. Yatris have to descend nearly 100 steps into this narrow cave, to reach the sanctum sanctorum, which gives an overwhelming feeling that one is entering the centre of the earth.

    After Darshan and puja at Patal Bhubaneswar, the Yatra proceeds to Didihat, located at a distance of 52 km, where arrangements for lunch are made. Didihat offers picturesque views of verdant valley surrounded by attractive ridges and a panoramic view of several snow clad Himalayan peaks, including Pachachuli Peaks. Thereafter, yatris head towards the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) Camp Headquarters at Merthi, just 6 km away. Yatris are extended a traditional welcome by the locals and the ITBP personnel. A comprehensive briefing on various aspects of the Yatra is conducted by the ITBP.
    The town of Dharchula, located on the bank of River Kali, with Nepal just across the river, is the last big town enroute Kailash Mansarovar.

    Day 4 : Dharchula to Sirkha

    Description :

    On third day 44kms journey from Dharchula to Pangu via Tawaghat by bus and then 13kms trek from Pangu to Sirkha (KMVN Camp) via Narayan Swami Ashram. Trekking starts from Pangu. Coolie arrangements for carrying luggage throughout the further journey (up to Lipu) will be available from here. Pangu lies in Chaudas valley of Dharchula tehsil and is the first village enroute to the Yatra. A fine view of Khela and surroundings is seen from this place. One can also view the Himalayan peaks in Nepal region.
    Situated on the Kailash Mansarovar Route Narayan Swami Ashram has been built by Shri Narayan Swami Ji started in the year 1936. It took 10 years to complete the Ashram. All the material for the temple and housing were transported from Almora. 300 to 500 people were engaged in the construction of the temple and the buildings. Swami ji also made schools enlighten and motivated people did lot of social work for the benefit of the tribal and non-tribal people of the area. The vibrations in the environment gives shanti who ever visits the Narayan Ashram (having being the Tapobhoomi of the Rishi Muniies).
    Narayan Ashram is known for its picturesque, scenic and the mesmerizing beauty all over the world.

    Day 5 : Sirkha to Gala

    Description :

    Sirkha to Gala is a distance of 16kms. From Sirkha about 2kms the road descends to Samuri (2316mts). A few shops are available in Sirkha. From Samuri steep stony ascent through thick forest to Rungling or Samuriya- Dhar (3048mts) starts. On the top is a heap of stones with flags. Thereafter is a steep descent through a thick forest to the stream Simkhola-gad. From Simkhola gentle upto the village Gala.

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