Mount Kailash: To the world's Hindus and Buddhists, Mt Kailash is the high, remote western borderland of Tibet is the centre of the universe, the holiest of holy. It definitely looks the part, rising like a lone apparition form the windswept alpine meadows that surround it on all sides. On its immaculate white 22,000-foot summit legend says, the worlds of humankind and gods meet. Pilgrims come from as far away as the tropical plains of southern India and beyond to walk the ancient, shrine studded pilgrims trails that circle the base of the holy-peak. Following in their footsteps, walking alongside rugged nomads, Hindu holy men and jewel-adorned aristocrats on horseback, it is easy to believe, as they do, that a single pilgrimage around Kailash burns away a thousand years of ignorance and bad karma. Breathing that rarefied air, eyes filled with brilliant rock, snow and sky, passing a veritable Canterbury Tales-worth of medieval style fellow travellers, magic seems logical, the power of the place undeniable. Before or after completing the circuit, the group will visit the exquisite turquoise color Lake Manasarovar, also considered to be very sacred.
Nepal is one of the richest countries in the world in terms of natural beauty due to its unique geographical position and latitudinal variation.The elevation of the country ranges from 60m above sea level to the highest point on earth,Mt.Everest at 8848m,all within a distance of 150km with climatic conditions rang