If you prefer to extend your trip then you can continue trek to Mt. Kailash and Mansarovar Lake through Limi valley. The journey is the combination of natural beauty, mountains, mountain lakes, Tibetan plateaus, and spirituality. Mt. Kailash is the sacred place who follows Hindu, Buddhist and Jain religion. Owing to its religious value, many pilgrims around the world visit this place every year to perform Kora. Mt. Kailash is a source of four river system namely Indus, Yarlung Tsangpo(Brahmaputra), Karnali and Sutlej. The mountain lakes like Mansarovar Lake and many others around Mt. Kailash makes this place more alluring.
Day 01: Scenic flight to Nepalgunj(200m/656ft.)
Day 02: Scenic flight to Simikot(2950m/9678ft.) and trek to Dharapuri(2300m/7545ft.)
Day 03: Trek to Kermi(2670m/8760ft.) and Salli Khola(3150m)
Day 04: Trek to Chongsa Khola Camp (3600m/11811ft.)
Day 05: Trek to Nyalu la camp(4990m/14,000 ft.)
Day 06: Trek to Talung camp(4370 m/14337ft.)
Day 07: Terk to Jang(3930m/12893ft.)
Day 08: Trek to Halji(3660m/12007ft.)
Day 09: Trek to Til(4000m/13123ft.)
Day 10: Trek to Sher and drive to Purang (3900m/12795ft)
Day 11: Drive to Manasarovar Lake (4600m/15091ft.)
Day 12: Drive to Darchen (4575m/15010ft.)
Day 13: Trek to Derapuk(4909m/16105ft.)
Day 14: Trek over Dolma La (5636m/18490ft.) to Zuthul Puk (4700m/15419ft.)
Day 15: Drive to Sher and Trek to Manipeme Camp(3990m/13090ft.)
Day 16: Trek to Hilsa(3720m/12204ft.)
Day 17: Trek to Palbang(3380m/16105ft.)
Day 18: Trek to Muchu(2920m/9580ft.)
Day 19: Trek to Chumsa Khola(2830m/9284ft.)
Day 20: Trek to Kermi(2670m/8760ft.)
Day 21: Trek to Dharapuri(2300m/7545ft.)
Day 22: Trek to Simikot(2950m/9678ft.)
Day 23: Scenic flight to Nepalgunj to Kathmandu
Day 24: Departure
+Additional porter: 300 USD [20 USD per day]
We plan with one porter per 2 clients. If you require additional support, you can book an additional porter for the trip to lighten your load. A porter carries your bag pack for you and no more (20kg max. They don't often speak any English. They carry two backpacks that they will strap together. But you are strictly prohibited not take advantage of the porter. They are usually very proud people and will attempt to carry things that are just too heavy. Which is not good. You can leave your unnecessary stuff in Kathmandu your hotel or our office you will not need on the trek.
Have a take a small personal daypack with you. Your daypack should contain everything you need during the day but keep it as light as possible. Examples: water, some warm clothing, your camera, sunscreen, etc. Note that luggage you hand the porters might not be available to you during the day as they sometimes set their own pace.
+Hotel upgrade in Ktm: [65 USD for 4* hotel, 95 USD for 5* hotel per night]
If you feel like a little luxury before and after your trek, you can upgrade your hotel in Kathmandu to 4*/ 5* category
You need a visa for Nepal, which can be obtained in advance or on entry. If you wish to apply before departure the current visa cost is £20 for a 15-day visa and £35 for a 30-day visa for UK passport holders. The current cost of a visa on arrival is US$25 for 15 days, US$40 for 30 days or if extending your stay $100 for 90 days. All are multiple entries. The visa on arrival fee can be paid for in cash in US Dollars, Pounds Sterling or Euros. You will also need a passport photo. For further information, visit this Nepal govt. official site Department of Immigration Nepal. Application forms are available in the immigration hall (or for electronic passports, there are visa registration machines which, after inserting your passport, automatically fill out a form for you). You must firstly join the queue to pay the visa fee and then go to the relevant immigration desk to obtain your 15, 30 or 90-day visa stamp. There can be long queues for visas on arrival.
While you do trips through Incredible Himalayan Sherpa Adventure, you will submit a copy of your insurance certificate. Your insurance policy must coverage accidents, medical expenses and emergency evacuation including helicopter rescue and then personal liability. At the time of you do Insurance you should read the policy carefully whether your requirements are included or not. Incredible Himalayan Sherpa also advocated your Insurance policy coverage cancellation curtailment, loss of luggage and personal effects. If you have must proof of the Insurance receipt, you will do initiative otherwise you can’t get any compensation.
Sometimes, Helicopter rescue situations can come due to an unexpected accident, bad weather, road obstruction/blocked or other reasons. Anywhere you options for a helicopter trip in order to back to home early due to a health issue and due to an emergency that may arise during the trip. In many cases, the expense of any helicopter flight is the only responsibility of you or your policy should be covered in these cases.
Money and Gratuity
Gratuity is, Since the 1960s when trekking in Nepal was developed, there has been a tradition for groups and independent visitors to graduate their crews at the end of a trek. Money and Gratuity; it is best to bring a mixture of cash, USD, GBP, CAD, EUR. Ensure you have also small denominations. As a guideline for baseline spending money we suggest USD 12 - 20 per meal in Kathmandu(if you drink or smoke or plan some major shopping this could be higher). You should exchange enough money into Nepalese Rupees to last the entire time of your trek BEFORE leaving Kathmandu. There are no exchange facilities in the villages along the trail but plenty of money changers in KTM.