Kailash Mansarovar yatra is one of the most popular pilgrimages in the world, but it is also one of the most difficult and physically demanding pilgrimages in Asia due to the high altitude of 19,500 feet and hostile circumstances. The helicopter yatra from Lucknow is one of the quickest and most convenient ways to see Mt. Kailash and Lake Mansarovar. This nine-day helicopter tour takes you to the Nepal-China border via flights, from where you may see Kailash Manasarovar through comfortable and short drives.
The pilgrimage to Mt. Kailash is more than just a trip to the top of a mountain. It is a spiritual journey. For Hindus, it is the residence of Lord Shiva, for Buddhists, it is the home of Buddha Demchok, and for Jainists, it is the site of Nirvana. Each year, thousands of devout tourists bathe in the holy waters of Mansarovar and gaze at the sunset over Mt. Kailash. Many have termed the path the "steps to heaven," and it is intended for both devout pilgrims and enthusiastic trekkers eager to explore and self-actualize.
The Kailash Mansarovar Yatra by helicopter will reduce the inconvenience of traveling difficult terrains to reach truly isolated areas. The harsh weather and the difficulties of traveling lengthy distances might detract significantly from this once-in-a-lifetime adventure. However, the Kailash Mansarovar Yatra, which departs from Nepalgunj by helicopter, securely avoids all of this, providing just the best experiences to the pilgrims. It is designed for pilgrims with a limited amount of time. This journey will provide you with breathtakingly beautiful vistas, mysterious mountains and lakes, and new inspiration.
Driving from Lucknow to Nepalgunj via the India-Nepal border is the first step. After that you will take a regular flight to Simikot and then later you will use chartered helicopter to reach Hilsa. Following the completion of your immigration formalities, you will travel to Taklakot (also known as Purang) and drive to the holy Lake Manasarovar. You can bathe in the holy lake or drink its water if you choose, as Hindus believe it will purify your all sins. You will eventually complete the Mt. Kailash parikrama in the next days, which is the most difficult stage of the Yatra, but you will gain new energy and a new perspective on life. After the excursion, you will return the same way you came before. This journey will cleanse your mind and rejuvenate your body and it is not to be missed.