More inforamtion about Mount Kailash
All You Need to Know
The Kailash Mansarovar Yatra takes you on a journey through the rough and mountainous terrain of western Tibet to reach the foot of Mount Kailash. Lake Mansarovar, which lies about 20 km from Mount Kailash, is a calm and serene natural lake that is also the highest freshwater lake in the world. There is a lot of religious significance attached to Kailash Mansarovar in Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Bon religion. If you are planning to go on the Kailash Mansarovar Yatra, gaining knowledge about what it has on offer is important.
The length of the Yatra depends on what tour option you choose. There are quite a few ways you can go on the Yatra depending on your budget and the time constraints you may have. You can choose to go with the Ministry of External Affairs Yatra or you can choose to go with a private tour agency. This will affect the number of days required for the trip.
If you choose this trip, it will take you roughly 3 weeks to complete it. The trip may be extended if the weather conditions are not right which may further delay the whole process. The long length of the Yatra as conducted by the government is because of the acclimatization process and the emphasis on trekking.
If you were to choose the Kailash Mansarovar Yatra that is conducted by Trip To Temples, you will have a few options to choose from.
It is important to understand that no matter which travel option you chose for the Yatra, there may be situations which might lead to the schedule getting changed. Bad weather is an issue that is faced often by pilgrims on the Yatra which can extend the trip duration by a few days so it is a good idea to be prepared with additional medicines if one has a health condition that needs them.
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