Day 1: Kathmandu
to Zhangmu (118 KM) it takes around 5-6 hours.
Day 2: Drive to Tingri (180
KM) it takes around 5 hours via Lalung la pass (5124m) overnight
at old Tingri Guest House.
Day 3: Old Tingri to Everest
base Camp (160 KM) it takes around 5 hours. Overnight at camping.
Day 4: Drive back to Lhatse
overnight at camping (205 KM) it takes around 6 hours via Gayest
la Pass (5220m), Lhatse county, traditionally known as Nyingri
district is located on the south bank of the Barhmaputra , east
of the shab-chu valley.
Day 5: Drive Lhatse to Raga
overnight at camping (248 KM) it takes around 6 hours via Naming
Tso. (Tsochen county on the northen route to Mount kailash is
a nomadic region.)
Day 6: Drive Raga to Tsochen
(242 KM) it takes around 7 hours via Raga hot spring. Raga Townshiplies
on the main road, (69 KM) beyond the pass and near the source
of the RagaTsangpo. Overnight at camping.
Day 7: Drive Tsochen to Gertse
(257 KM) it takes around 9 hours, (Greets county is a large desolate
country bordering Drongpa in the south, Gykey in the west and,
in the Kunlun Mountains in the north. At night camping.
Day 8: Drive Gyertse to Gegye
(383 KM) it takes around 9.30 hours. (Gegye county on the northern
route to Mount Kailash extends from Lake Tarab-Tso, on the edge
of the Jangtang plateau, as fare as Donpa and Gegye in the upper
Indus valley. Overnight at camping .
Day 9: Drive Gegye to Singe
Khabap (112 KM) it takes around 4 hours. (Singe Khabap) (Singe
Tsangpo County, formerly known as Gar, straddles the confluences
of the Indus River and two of its tributaries. The Langchu Tsangpo
which converges at Senge Tsangpo Town. Overnight at Hotel.
Day 10: Drive Gar (Senge Tsangpo)
to Tsamdha (278 Km) it takes 9 hours. Tsamdha county, is the current
name for the region which once was known as the Guge Kingdom.
Overnight Guest at house.
Day 11: Sightseeing Guge kingdom
(The Guge Kingdom founding in the 9th century evolved as a result
of the collapse of the Yarlung Dynasty under the anti-Buddhist
ruler Langdarma. After his assassination, one of his sons, Namde
Osung, who had fled to far- west Tibet founded the Guge Kingdom.
Overnight come back to Tholing Monastery and stay in Guest House.
The Tholing Temple and religious buildings of Tholing are the
most significant in far-west Tibet. They were constructed under
the guidance of the great Tibetan translator Rinchen Sangpo (985-1055),
around 1014-25, although some sources suggest an earlier date
(996.) During his lifetime he is said to have built 108 temple
throughout far –west Tibet and Ladak.
Day 12: Tholing to Tirthapuri
(208 KM) it takes around 7 hours.
(Tirthapuri Concluding the pilgrimage is a visit to Trithapuri.
Here the hot springs and a Geyser add to the power of the place.
Inside a temple enclosure is a small cave where Padamsambava meditated
with his Tibetan consort Yeshi Tsogyel. Overnight at camping.
Day 13: Drive Tirthapuri to
Darchen (80 Km) it takes around 3 hours. Overnight at Guest House.
Day 14–16: 3 Days Trek to the
Kailash Kora. (Kailash For most travelers to far west Tibet the
prime focus of their journey is the sacred peak of mount Kailash
( 6658m). This extraordinary mountain is regarded as the heart
of the world, the axis Mundi, the center of Asia, by Buddhist,
Hindus, Janis and followers of other spiritual traditions.
Day 17: Darchen drive to Manasarover
Lake (40 KM). The Tibetan name is Mapham Yumsto and Tso Madropa,
the later being a translation of a secondary Sanskrit name, Anavatapta.
Day 18: Drive Lake to Paryang
(277 Km) it takes around 7-8 hours.
Day 19: Drive Paryang to Saga
(220 Km) it takes around 6 Hours. Overnight at Guest house.
Day 20: Drive to Pekhu tso Lake
at Night camping. From Pekhu tso Lake you can see Mount Sheshabangma
(8013m) and Langtang (7232m).
Day 21: Drive to Zhangmu China-Nepal
border via Lalung La passes (5124). End of the Tibet Tour.