Kailash Mansarovar Yatra


Kailash Mansarovar Yatra

Going on Kailash Mansarovar Yatra is a dream for all the devotees of Lord Shiva. The Mansarovar Yatra is conducted under extraordinary circumstances at high altitudes. One needs to have detailed information about it and prepare well before taking the Kailash journey so that it becomes once in a lifetime experience for them. 
Having all the questions and doubts cleared before visiting Kailash Mansarovar is essential. The Kailash Mansarovar Yatra FAQ clears all the doubts of the pilgrims willing to take the Mansarovar Kailash Yatra. We make sure to provide all the information that is authentic and transparent to the Bhole Bhakts. 
We have divided the frequently asked questions into the most relevant categories making them easy to understand for the readers. You can go through this page to prepare well for your dream trip. This page provides you with detailed information on the following topics:


The pilgrims on the Kailash Mansarovar Yatra will be accompanied by the Trip To Temples team consisting of a Tibetan Guide, a Nepali guide, and a Tour manager from the India office. 

The Tibetan guide is the sole responsible person for the Tibet side as they are well connected with all the Tibetan departments. It is mandatory to follow the instructions of the Tibetan guide.

The Nepali guide acts as a link between pilgrims and Tibetan guides. We have a team of 80-100 Nepali guides, sherpas, and cooks who are deployed in Tibet for handling ground operations. They have been working for years and are experienced to handle exigencies.

The Tour Manager is additional support from India who takes care of all the needs and requirements of the pilgrims. He helps in the coordination of the Kailash Mansarovar Yatra.

On the Heli route along with the Guides and Tour Manager, there are Tour Coordinators present at all the Kailash Yatra points.


The Trip To Temples team is experienced and trained to manage the Kailash Mansarovar Yatra. The team comprises of Tibetan guide, Nepali Guide, Sherpa and Tour Manager from India. They have been working year after year and are experts in handling any exigencies.

The Tibet part of the Kailash Mansarovar Yatra is completely handled by the Tibetan guide. It is mandatory for all the yatries to follow his instructions. Each Tibetan guide takes about 10-15 groups per season. We have a team of 80 to 100 Nepali guides, sherpas, and cooks deployed for handling ground operations in Tibet. The Tour Manager from Trip To Temples is well connected with the India Office and helps in managing and coordinating the Kailash Mansarovar Yatra. The team looks after all the needs and requirements of the Kailash pilgrims. They are very hard-working and caring. The Kailash Yatra team shows great hospitality and ensures to provide the best of services to make the Kailash Mansarovar Yatra a lifetime memory.

The network will be available on your phone throughout the Kailash Yatra. It is advised to get international roaming activated to communicate with family during your visit to Kailash Mansarovar. Telephone booth, PCO is not available on the route of Kailash Mansarovar Yatra. However, in case of an emergency, you can borrow a phone from the support team for communicating. Our guides carry phones for ground operations and to manage exigencies. They support the pilgrims in all possible ways but their phones are not for personal or day-to-day regular communication with pilgrims. We should also understand that they have limited battery backup which needs to be saved for any emergency. Hence carry your own international roaming phone or keep yourself disconnected from the network and be in peace.

Trip To Temples issues a certificate to all the pilgrims travelling with them on the Kailash Mansarovar Yatra.

The Nepali guides will understand and speak Hindi or English. The Tibetan guides will mostly speak the local language and English but many will also understand a little bit of Hindi. However, communication with the Tibetan guide is mostly done via the Nepali guide and Tour Manager and not directly. They act as a link between Tibetan guides and pilgrims and help in communication.

The support team of Trip To Temples (TTT) remains with the Yatra group throughout the Kailash Yatra for any kind of help and support. The main briefing of the yatra takes place in Nepalgunj on the Kailash Yatra Heli route and Kathmandu on the Kailash Yatra Overland route.

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