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Trek Type : Hotel / Lodge / Camping Tea House
Trek Grade : Introductory/Moderate
Duration : 13 nights / 14 days & 4 days in Kathmandu
Activities : Sightseeing/Trekking
Best Time to go : April to October
Departure dates :
By arrangement or as per below date;

Itinerary

Day 01: Drive Kathmandu- Nyalam(3,800m.)7-8 Hrs.) 165km O/H
Day 02 : Drive Nyalam - Paigutso(4350m)(7-8 Hrs.) 221km- Camp
Day 03: Drive Paigutso - Saga (4640m.)(6-7 HRS) 115km.- Camp
Day 04: Drive Saga- Paryang (4540m.)(7-8 hrs.) 185km. - Camp
Day 05: Drive Paryang - Manasarovar Lake Camp
Day 06: Explore Manasarovar Lake & drive to Darchen 4560m.camp
Day 07: Darchen - Dirphuk (4,890m.) (6-7HRS) 19km.- Camp
Day 08: Trek Dirphuk Zutul Puk 4790m. (6-7hrs) 22km Camp
Day 09: Trek Zutulpuk- Darchen (4-5hrs.) 15km.- Camp
Day 10: Drive Darchen -Paryang (4560m.) (7-8 hrs.) 277km. Camp
Day 11: Drive Paryang - Saga (4840m.) (7-8hrs.) 185km.- Camp
Day 12: Drive Saga - Paigutso 4850m. 115KM. (6-7 hours
Day 13: Paigutso - Nyalam (3220.m.) 21 KM (7-8 hrs.)
Day 14: Drive Nyalam - Kathmandu (6-7hrs.)125km

Cost: Indian Nationals
05-09 Person, Per Person: IC 65,500.00 Indian currency
10-15 Person, Per Person: IC 62,200.00 Indian currency
16-20 Person, Per Person: IC 60,100.00 Indian currency
21-25 Person, Per Person: IC 58,600.00 Indian currency
Single supplementary Per Person IC 16,150.00 Indian currency
Initial Booking amount RS 10,250.00 (Non Refundable)

Cost: Overseas Indian
05-09 Person, Per Person: USD 2300.00
10-15 Person, Per Person: USD 2225.00
16-20 Person, Per Person: USD 2165.00
21-25 Person, Per Person: USD 2100.00
Single supplementary Per Person USD 500.00
Initial Booking amount USD 400.00 (Non Refundable)

Cost Includes:

  1. Pure vegitarian 3 star Air condition Hotel with b/b plan sheering basis in Kathmnadu/ half day Sightseeing Pasupatinath Darsan. 
  2. Two Men tent, dining tent, toilet tent, Mattresses, sleeping bag 
  3. Sherpa staff - Cook, cook helper 
  4. Fresh food cooked by our cook, meal will be pure vegetarian 
  5. Japanese Landcruser 4WD and support truck for carry food + staff Tibet side and Tourist bus Nepal side. 
  6. English speaking guide, Monastery Entrance fee, 
  7. Mt. Kailash permit, normal Tibet Visa fee. 
  8. Yaks and Yak man for 3 days round Mt. Kailash 
  9. Gamo Bag ( Altitude Air pressure bag ) 

•  Airport -airport - transfer

•  Personal portable Oxygen & group oxygen

•  God bye dinner in Kathmandu

•  Our Service charge

Cost does not include:

•  PERSONAL expenses   International Airport tax,

•  all Insurance for clients

•  All expenses of personal nature such as drinks, laundry

•  Tips,

•  Photography charges

•  Rescue jeep if needed on the way to tours

•  Warm clothes, Jacket,

•  Extra cost incurred in case of Land slide or natural problem.

•  Lunch and dinner

•  Sleeping bag

KAILASH DEPARTURE DATE 2012 for Individual fixed departure

MAY:                 16 th Wednesday & 28 th Wednesday
JUNE:                9 th Monday & 24 th Tuesday
JULY:                 8 th Tuesday & 23 rd Wednesday 
AUGUST:           7 th Thursday & 23 rd Saturday
SEPTEMBER:    5 th Friday & 20 th Saturday

•  Indicate Full moon

•  Saga Dawa Festival June 21-28, 2012

Departure date fixed with full moon at Lake Mansarovar

Includes:

•  Hotel with b/b plan sheering basi in Kathmnadu/ half day sightseeing Pasupatinath.

•  Two Men tent, dining tent, toilet tent, Matresses, sleeping bag

•  Sherpa staff - Cook, cook helper

•  Fresh food cooked by our cook, meal will be pure vegetarian

•  Japanese Landcruser 4WD and support truck for carry food + staff.

•  English speaking guide, Monastery entrance fee, Kailash permit, normal - Tibet visa fee,

•  Oxygen

Cost does not include:

Airport tax, all Insurance for clients, all expenses of personal nature such as drinks, laundry & tips, Photography charges, rescue jeep, warm clothes, Jacket, extra cost incurred in case of land slide or natural problem etc.

A: Preparations :A. VISA: Individual visa is not issued for the Tibetan region by the authorities. Note: Chinese visas issued in home countries are not valid for entry into Tibet . A special permit is required. We require at least 10 days notice to process your Tibet Visa via Leas and at least 4 days in Kathmandu for the Chinese Embassy to handle you passport. Embassy working hours are 10 am. to 11:15 am. Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Re entry visas for Nepal can be obtained upon your arrival at Airport or Border.

B: ALTITUDE SICKNESS: Traveling in Tibet is an adventure involving high altitude and could be strenuous. So far, most visitors only have minor effects from the altitude. However, we advise specially the guests with known heart or lungs or blood diseases to consult their doctor before traveling. Mild headache ,fever, lose of appetite or stomach disorder can take place before acclimatization. Our advise: Drink 4 litters of water or liquid minimum a day, don't exhaust yourself so much and breathe deep and take rest more then usual.

For detailed information on altitude sickness, including prevention and cure, please consult the Himalayan Rescue Association (HRA) at Tri Devil Margo, near by Immigration Office in Thermal.

C. CLOTHING & ACCESSORIES: Warm clothing is required during November to April and light weight clothing from May to October. However, the following items are recommended: Raincoat or windbreaker Jacket Down Jacket Sweater Thermal underwear Sun hat Long johns Sunglasses Woolen Trousers Shirts Woolen shirts Walking shoes Gloves Thermal underwear Woolen hat or scarf Leather boots Also a water bottle and water purification tabs, Chopsticks, sun tan lotion, utility knife, flash light, dusk mask or bandanna, medicine for headaches, fever, colds, stomach disorders and diamox (antibiotics) for altitude sickness are recommended.

D. TRANSPORTATION : Land cruiser or Mini-bus depending on the size of the group.

E. TIME : 08 hours ahead of GMT. Please note Tibet is linked to Beijing time so when you cross the border from Nepal the time change is considerable. Nepal is 05 hr. and 45 minutes ahead of GMT.

F. FOOD AND DRINKS : Tibet has only a handful of towns, and Tibetan cuisine is not exactly the most varied in the world. It is handy to carry, anything that can be brewed with hot water. Instant coffee, drinking chocolate, tea (bags), soup cubes, drink powder and powered milk, salami, fruits, breads, instant noodles, vegemite, nuts and raisins, chocolate, dry foods and biscuits.

G. WORKING HOURS : Most shops are open between 09:00 hrs and then again from 14:30 hrs until 17:30 hrs. Many shops close on SUNDAY. Government Offices are usually closed on SATURDAY afternoon and SUNDAY.

H. CURRENCY: RENMNBI , the people's money used by millions of Chinese everyday, circulates in notes of 1,2,5 10 and 50 Yuan; 1,2 and 5 jiao; 1,2 and 5 fen. There are also coins for 1,2 and 5 fen. With the Chinese Currency, Renminbi; one Yuan is divided into 10 Jiao; into 10 fen.

I. WEATHER: Tibet lies above 3,000m. it not surprisingly has a harsh climate. However, there are at least two distinct climatic regions. One of which compromises the high plateau North and West of the Yarlung Tsang Po valley and South of the Kun Lun and Altun Shan mountain ( some 75% of the land area of Tibet) & other, the Yarlung Tsang Po & associated valleys (including Lhasa), Which are considerably lower, & contain all of Tibet's main population centers.

The first region is largely uninhabited and in winter is dry unbelievably cold. In summer, rain and snowstorms are common. Especially in the wild central section. The second region, has a rather different climate. Tibet region in summer( from June to September) there is plenty of sunshine & blue skies, but the monsoon often makes its way across the Himalayas (Particularly in the south-east & some rain & cold must be expected. The day time temperature comfortable (about 20 to 25 C. in Lhasa and 18 C. in Mt. Kailash and the night are rather cold. In spring and Autumn (April/May, October ) the weather is generally dry and clear, maximum temperatures around 17-22 in Lhasa and 10-16 C. in Kailash.

H. Booking & Visa: Minimum 2 /3 weeks in advance (for booking from outside of Kathmandu) and one week( within Kathmandu) a firm booking with full payment along with full passport details:

Full Name:___________________________
Date & place of Birth:___________________________
Passport No:___________________________
Passport Date of Issue:___________________________
Expire of Passport:___________________________
Signature:___________________________

We arrange CHINA/TIBET visa at a cost of US$ 26.00 per person. However, BRITISH, CANADIAN, JAPANESE, & AUSTRIAN nationals shall have to pay extra US$ 26.00 Per person for CHINA / TIBET visa. For visa procedure, 5 full working days are required with a condition that clients should have available in Kathmandu, otherwise urgent charge will have to borne by the clients.

Cancellation:

50% of the tour cost will be charged as cancellation the tour within 7 days prior to the start of the tour (for booking from outside of Kathmandu .) & US$ 300.00 each person will be charged ( for booking within Kathmandu ). No refund, thereafter, also for no-shows, Delay arrivals or whatsoever reasons.

Risk & Liability

Different Treks Service & Expedition (P) Ltd. Shall always put its all efforts in Making your journey smooth and pleasant. However, as be responsible for any charge of cancellation of program due to any unavoidable circumstances such as road blockade, flood, snow, unrest, cancellation of flight, delay arrivals, sickness or accidents. Any extra cost incurring there shall be borne by the clients. So, it is most advisable that clients to have full insurance against medical and personal accident risks, a cancellation insurance is also most advise from your home country.

Food and Accommodation including in cost: All accommodation as descried in our itineraries is included in the cost. In Kathmandu , bed and breakfast, transfer is included. In Tibet all meals, accommodations hotel/camp, permits, transportation are included.

Extra Expenses: Normal personal expenses, airport tax RS. 700.00 for SAARC countries and other countries of Rs.1000.00, meal in Kathmandu

Terms & Conditions for Tibet Tour / Treks

We/I hereby accept the following terms and conditions put forward by DIFFERENT TREKS according to the rules and regulations of TIBET TOURISM BUREAU/CHINA for traveling in TIBET .

  1. The printed programs are subject to change without prior notice due to unavoidable
  2. circumstances beyond our control such as landslides, snow, flood, political unrest, epidemic, flight delays and off-loading, etc. which could also lead to cancellation of the trip. In such cases, there shall be no refund.
  1. The clients shall be personally responsible for complying with all formalities

required by local authorities, police, customs & health department always under

the rules and regulations of the country traveling in.

DIFFERENT TREKS SERVICE and its subsidiaries, associates or agents shall not be responsible for sickness, personal injury, evacuation, death, delay of the members, loss or damage of personal property or effects belonging to the clients during the trip or whatsoever. The clients themselves shall have to bear all extra expenses caused by above reasons.

4. It is understood that due to the mountainous terrain of NEPAL & TIBET, breakdowns of vehicles on the way occasionally happens. DIFFERENT TREKS SERVICES & EXPEDITION (P.) LTD. shall put its all efforts to avoid such situations, but shall not be responsible for the situation which is beyond its reach.

5. However, DIFFERENT TREKS and its agents shall always put their every effort for making the journey smooth and pleasant and wishes you all 'A VERY HAPPY TRIP WITH US!'

Name :___________________________
Nationality:___________________________
Passport No.: ___________________________
Address:___________________________
Signature:___________________________

Different Treks Service & Expedition (P) Ltd. P. O. Box No. 616 Thamel, Kathmandu .


The above itinerary and times are a guide only. The itinerary may change at any time due to weather and/or trail conditions or for any other reason deemed necessary by the trek leader. Your Leader will always make the final decision after assessing the situation and consulting with our Nepali crew and the group members. Trekking times are estimated only but have been calculated to give the trekker a comfortable pace throughout the trek.

Challenging Treks:- these treks will involve high altitude activity and the occasional pass-crossing with walks of up to 9 hours per day with altitudes not exceeding 6000 metres. These are physically demanding treks.

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P.O. Box: 616, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Tel: 977-1-4422757
Fax: 977-1-4417245
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