Day 1 Arrive Kathmandu. Meet and transfer to the Hotel
. Day 2 Full day sight seeing around Kathmandu Valley O/N Hotel
Day 3 Fly Kathmandu/ Nepalgunj overnight at Hotel
Day 4Fly Nepaljung/ Simikot camp
Day 5 Simikot/ start trek to Majhgaon (2200 m)
Day 6 Trek Majhgaon/ Khermi (2690 m) Camp.
Day 7 Trek Khermi/ Yangar (2850 m) Camp Day
Day 8 Trek Yangar/ Palwang (3380 m) Camp
Day 09 Trek Palwang/ Sisip (4330 m) Camp
Day 10Rest day for acclimatize at Sipsip Camp
Day 11Trek Nara La (4620 m) Sher (3860 m) (Tibet) drive to Purang Taklakot (3930 m) Camp
Day 12 Drive Taklakot/ Manasarovar (5410 m) Camp
Day 13 Drive Manasarovar/ Darchen (4560 m) Camp
Day 14Start trek around Mt. Kailash Camp at Damding Donkhang (4890 m)
Day 15 Continue trek/ camp at Jarok Donkhang (Milarepa’s footprint) (5210 m)
Day 16 Continue trek to Zutul Phuk (4790 m) Camp
Day 17 Trek to Zongdui drive to Horche near Manasarovar overnight guest house/camp.
Day 18 Free day Manasarovar.Drive Parang Camp
Day 19 Drive Parang to Saga (260 km, 7-8 hours drive) overnight guest house/ camp.
Day 20 Drive Saga Nyalam Hotel / Camp. Scenic drive throu
Day 21 gh the Tibetan countryside past Paiku Tso Lake & small villages plus the Nyalam Pass (3800 m) from where one can enjoy life-time view of Mt. Everest, Mt. Sishapagma & Mt. Chou and then descend the plateau through the winding mountainous road and overnight at Nyalam
Day 22 Drive Nyalam-Zhangmu-Kathmandu-overnight hotel.
Day 23 At leisure Kathmandu for independent activities. O/N Hotel
Tibet, one of the world’s most extraordinary destinations, has long been enjoyed the reputation of being “The Roof of the World”. It is rich and beautiful land with an average altitude over 4000 m above sea level. Possessing more than fifty peaks above 7000 m Tibet is home to eleven Himalayan Mountains over 8000 m. there is adventure indeed lurking around almost each and every corner. The capital city of Lhasa and the route towards northern Nepal still give us the same old Tibetan establishments and traditions. Be it the road of Zhangmu or the monasteries of Shigatse and Gyantse, Tibet has its own culture that is still alive today. The extended great Potala Palace still gives the same Tibetan culture, traditions and beauty as it used to hundreds of years ago.
Spiritual traditions, temples and monasteries, lakes and rivers, and mighty snow clad peaks are just a few of the intoxicating wonders to be experienced by adventurous travelers who get the opportunity to visit this land of Buddhism. Tibetan history, culture and religion are mixed together and infiltrate every aspect of social life. Tibetan religious arts have a distinctive style with adoption of Indian and Chinese Buddhist influence, thus forming a pearl of Oriental Buddhist Art.