Pilgrims from all over the world have a deep confidence in Mount Kailash, which is viewed differently by worshippers from many countries and ethnic groups. The Kailash Helicopter Tour allows travelers who have a strong desire to visit this sacred site but have limited time to do so to visit Mt. Kailash Manasarovar Yatra in a short amount of time. This excursion is meant for physically challenged or senior persons who wish to pay a visit to the Hindu deity Lord Shiva but are unable to trek the rocky and difficult pathways of Kailash.
Kailash and Manasarovar are the holiest places on the planet as per Hindus, Buddhists and Jains. According to Hindu myth, Mt. Kailash is Lord Shiva's home, while Manasarovar Lake is Shiva and Parbati goddess's bathing place. According to Buddhism, Kailash Manasarovar is the God of Snow Jewels and the meditation site of Buddha disciples (Guru Rimpoche). The 52-kilometer Kailash kora/parikrama is known as the sacred walk since it reveals many different religious philosophies at each step. Thousands of yatris participate in the world's most famous yatra every year, with Hindus and Buddhist devotees appreciating the religious significance, cultural significance, and natural beauty of Kailash Mountain and Manasarovar Lake in Tibet.
The Kailash Manasarovar Helicopter Tour is considered a luxury tour in Tibet that begins from Kathmandu, Nepal's capital city. On a trip from above the country's mountains, the view from Simikot via Nepalgunj is truly stunning. Following our arrival on Simikot, we will board a private aircraft for a journey to Hilsa, where we may take in the breathtaking scenery beneath us. From here, the overland route to Mount Kailash and Lake Manasarovar is easy and pleasant. We will travel farther up to Darchen with the help of a professional guide and crew and then embark on a three-day Parikrama walk around Mt. Kailash (also known as Kora), allowing the spiritual belief to sink in.
We will embark on an overland trek to Lake Manasarovar after an exhilarating yet tranquil experience on Mt. Kailash. Most pilgrims consider the lake's water, which they refer to as "Jal," to be pure holy water. We will grab a small amount of water and continue on our way back to Taklakot. We will return to Simikot by helicopter and finish our adventure in Kathmandu on a regular aircraft.
The journey includes high and remote mountain flying, unique Hindu practices, Buddhist and Tibetan culture highlights and breathtaking panoramic vistas of Nepal and Tibet in the huge Karnali canyon with small hidden valley.