Situated in the Indian state of Uttarakhand, the 6310 meter tall famous Adi Kailash mount is also known as ‘Chhota Kailash’. The holy mount Adi Kailash is considered to be the replica of Mount Kailash which is situated near Lake Mansarovar in Tibet. Near Adi Kailash at a short distance, near Indian, Tibet and Nepal border is the mysterious Om Parvat. For the followers if Hindi religion and devotees of Lord Shiva, Adi Kailash Yatra tour is considered to be very pious as it carry great religious significance. There are many other important and popular attractions to visit on the route to Adi Kailash and Om Parvat. Some of them are Parvati jheel, Gauri Kund, Kunti Parvat, Pandav Fort, Bahama Parvat, Parvati Mukut, Shesh Naag Parvat, Ved Vyas Gufa, Kali Mandir etc. It is said that Lord Shiva (Bhagwan Kedarnath) use to visit here with Goddess Parvati, son Kartikeya and younger son Ganesha to spend time and admire the beauty of nature. Max Holidays is considered to be one of the best India companies for organising trips to Kailash. For joining a fixed departure ‘Group Tour’ to Adi Kailash or organising a ‘Private Trip’ to this holy place, please contact us at+91 8800750030.
Meet the group at a designated point in Delhi in the morning at around 10.00 AM. The tour guide will receive you with a smaile and once all group members have reached the Adi Kailash Yatra from Delhi will kickstart as you depart in your airconditioned vehicle from Delhi to Haldwani. On reaching Haldwani, check into the hotel and spend relaxed time.
To start a trip to Adi Kailash and Om Parvat travellers from different parts of the country will arrive at Kathgodam railway stationn (554m) which is a main entry point for visiting Kumaon region Uttarakhand. Kathgodam is well connected through road and rail routes with almost all majour cities and towns. Kathgodam is an important place and entry point for visiting not only Adi Kailash, Om Parvat Tour and many other pilgrimage sites of Kumaon, Uttarakhand but it is also am important point for those travel on Kailash Mannsarovar Yatra via Lipulekh pass.
On reaching Kathgodam, Haldwani the group will drive to Bhimtal for freshen up. From Bhimtal the group will start its travel to Pithoragarh enroute visiting several important pilgrimage sites including Neem Karoli Baba at Kenchi Dham, Golu Devta Mandir at Almora and Jogeshwar Dham. On reaching Pithoragarh (1627m) stay and food arrangements will be in the hotel.
After breakfast the group will depart to Dharchula. Situates at a heght of 940m meters above sea level, Dharchula is a tiny beautiful town in the lap of beautiful mountains of Kumaon Uttrakhand. Surrounded by the mountains from all sides, Dharchula is divided in two parts by Kali River. Travelling through the Indo-Nepal borders today the travellers will enter into the restricted areas of Kumaon for which Inner Line Permits will be organised for the travellers today. During the free time the travellers may go to Nepal side for exploring the Nepal Bazaar. Night stay and dinner will be in the hotel at Dharchula.
Gunji is a small village situated at a height of 3200 meters above sea level, near India-Tibet border. Gunji is the base station for travellers to visit Adi Kailash and Om Parvat. Kailash Mansarovar Yatra organised by MEA (Ministery of External Affairs), India through Lipulekh pass also goes through Gunji. Today the travellers will drive from Dharchula to Gunji through the beautiful villages of Chialekh, Garbyang and Nepalchu enroute enjoying splendid views of the mountains, waterfalls and rivers. Food and stay will be organised in a guesthouse or home stay at Gunji.
Today the travellers will drive to Jyolingkong (4762 meters) in local jeeps to have holy darshan of mount Adi kailash. On the way to Adi Kailash we will also see Kunti Parvat, Pandav Fort, Brahma Parvat, Pandav Parvat and Parvati Mukut. From Jyolingkong we will walk further for 3-4 kms to visit Parvati Lake (Gauri Kund) and Adi Kailash Temple. One may take a holy dip in the lake and bring the holy water in a bottle. After spending some time here the travellers will drive back to Gunji.
One may take a holy dip in the Parvati Kund and also bring some holy water in a bottle from this lake.
Today after breakfast drive to visit the Om Parvat the ‘Om Parvat’ which has the natural occurrence of snow in the shape of ‘Om’ on this mountain. By travelling a distance of about 22 kms the travellers will reach Nabhidang (4340 meters) which is the view point for Om Parvat. Spend some time here and then drive back to Gunji. While driving back to Gunji enjoy splendid view of Sheshnag Parvat, visit Ved Vyas Gufa and do some puja at famous Kali Temple situated in Kalapani village. Return to Gunji for night stay.
After having visited many pilgrimage site including Adi Parvat, Om Parvat and Parvati Kund etc today we will start our return journey. Drive to Dharchula may take about longer then expected sometimes due to road conditions. On reaching Dharchula check into your hotel and spend rest of the time relaxing.
Make your way back to Almora. Situated at a height of about 1670 meters above sea level Almora is a nice place to spend time in a resort surrounded with natural beauty. Food and stay will be at Almora today.
After breakfast the travellers will make their return journey to home directly or via Kathgodam in a comfortable train. Transfer from Almora to Kathgodam and train tickets will be organised by Max Holidays.
Important Note : We can also book all type of vehicles including small cars, Toyota innova car, Tempo Travellers mini bus etc from Delhi for your travel upto Dharchhula. From Dharchula travel is always in local jeeps only.
|NATIONALITY||COST PER HEAD||OTHER CHARGES|
|INDIAN TRAVELLERS||US$ 825.00||
Inner Line Permit - Included in package
Delhi-Kathgodam Train/Car - Not Included
Kathgodam-Delhi Train/Car - Included in package
Travel Insurance - Not Included
Important Note: If you want to join a group from Haldwani, you should check our Adi Kailash Om Parvat Yatra from Kathgodam, Haldwani instead.
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