Tour overview

Adi Kailash by Road | Ex-Delhi | 9 Days and 8 Nights

Nestled amidst the majestic Himalayan ranges, Adi Kailash stands as a beacon of spiritual enlightenment and natural beauty. This sacred mountain, also known as Chota Kailash or Little Kailash, holds immense significance in Hindu mythology and serves as a pilgrimage destination for devout followers seeking divine blessings and inner peace. In this comprehensive guide, we delve into the mystique of Adi Kailash, uncovering its rich history, spiritual allure, and practical insights for travelers embarking on the journey of a lifetime.

History and Spiritual Significance of Adi Kailash:

Adi Kailash holds a special place in Hindu mythology, revered as the earthly abode of Lord Shiva, the supreme deity of destruction and transformation. According to ancient texts, it is believed that Lord Shiva performed intense meditation atop Adi Kailash, bestowing the mountain with divine energy and spiritual sanctity. Pilgrims undertaking the arduous trek to Adi Kailash seek to connect with the sacred vibrations of this revered site, hoping to attain spiritual enlightenment and blessings from Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati.

Exploring the Pristine Beauty of Adi Kailash:

Beyond its spiritual significance, Adi Kailash mesmerizes visitors with its breathtaking natural landscapes and serene surroundings. Towering at an elevation of approximately 6,191 meters (20,312 feet), Adi Kailash offers panoramic views of snow-capped peaks, verdant valleys, and crystal-clear lakes. Trekking enthusiasts and nature lovers are drawn to the pristine beauty of Adi Kailash, eager to immerse themselves in the tranquility and grandeur of the Himalayas.

Journey to Adi Kailash:

The journey to Adi Kailash is a test of endurance and determination, requiring careful planning and preparation. Most pilgrims begin their expedition from Pithoragarh, a picturesque town in Uttarakhand, and embark on a multi-day trek to reach Adi Kailash. Along the way, trekkers traverse rugged terrain, cross gushing rivers, and pass through remote Himalayan villages, experiencing firsthand the raw beauty and rugged charm of the region. Despite the challenges, the journey to Adi Kailash is a transformative experience, offering pilgrims an opportunity for self-discovery and spiritual growth amidst the awe-inspiring landscapes of the Himalayas.

Why Visit Adi Kailash:

Visiting Adi Kailash is not just a pilgrimage; it is a soul-stirring journey of self-discovery and enlightenment. For devout Hindus, Adi Kailash offers a sacred sanctuary to connect with their spiritual roots and seek blessings from Lord Shiva. For adventure seekers, Adi Kailash presents a thrilling opportunity to conquer the heights of the Himalayas and witness nature’s unparalleled beauty. Whether you seek spiritual solace, physical adventure, or simply wish to immerse yourself in the tranquil ambiance of the Himalayas, Adi Kailash promises an unforgettable experience that will stay etched in your memory forever.

Adi Kailash beckons travelers from all walks of life to embark on a sacred journey of discovery, adventure, and spiritual fulfillment amidst the pristine beauty of the Himalayas. Whether you seek divine blessings, natural wonders, or simply wish to challenge your limits, Adi Kailash invites you to explore its mystical realms and unlock the secrets of the universe hidden within its sacred peaks.

Day 1: Delhi to Ramgarh or Bhimtal (340 km/ 8-9 Hrs)

Pick at delhi
• On the way food provide
• Reach Ramgarh or Bhimtal
• Overnight stay and food

Day 2: Ramgarh or Bhimtal to Pithoragarh (280 km/ 10-11 Hrs – 1627m)

We start our journey from Bhimtal or Ramgarh.
• Breakfast En-route we will see Bhimtal, Neem Karoli baba temple, kainchi dham, Goludevta temple
, Jageshwar temple
• En-route lunch
• Evening we reach Pithoragarh
• Overnight stay and food

Day 3: Pithoragarh to Dharchula (90km /3 Hrs –940m)

• After Breakfast
• We will be heading for Dharchula
• After reaching Dharchula inner line permit and medical work will be in progress.
• After Lunch, Day free for leisure and exploring Dharchula and Nepal.
• Dinner and Overnight Stay

Day 4: Dharchula to Nabi / Gunji Village(68 km / 05-06Hrs—3400m)

Early morning we drive from Dharchula to Nabi/ Gunji village. You can see a glimpse
of Himalayan peaks.
• En-route visit beautiful Villages:- Chiyalekh, Garbyang, Napalchu,
The road is full of thrill with its beauty. Arrival at Nabi/Gunji by evening.
• Dinner and Overnight stay with sharing bathrooms

Day 5: Nabi/Gunji—Kuti Village—Jolling Kong (ADI KAILASH) (30km/02-03 Hrs—4700m)

Early morning we head towards jollingkong from Nabi/ Gunji village.
• Early in the morning see the beauty of the divine Adi Kailash. Visit parvati
temple, which is around 2.5k by trekking from our camp site. Here you can see
the reflecting image of Mt Adi Kailash in Gauri Kund/ Parvati Sarovar, near to
the foot of Adi Kailash we perform Spiritual Puja/ Tarpan in Lord Shiva &
Parvati Temple.
• We will see Brahma Parvat, Pandav Parvat, Pandav fort, Parvati Mukut,
Afternoon lunch at jollingkong or kuti village.
• Sight seeing of kuti village which is named after mata kunti according to
mythology pandavas stayed here during there journey towards Swarg.
• Evening return to Nabi/ Gunji village, Overnight stay and food ( KMVN TOURIST
REST HOUSE) OR HOMESTAYS ACCORDING to the services opted by the yatri.

Day 6: Nabi/Gunji- Kalapani- Om parvat- Narayan Ashram (65km /6-7 Hrs)

Early in the morning we head towards Om parvat.
• En-route we will see Kali Temple, Ved Vayas gufa, Sheshnag parvat
On the way we reach kalapani. Where origination of kali river is seen at kali
• Visit Kali temple
• After Kalapani we reach navidhang where we witness the presence of Om
parvat a symbol for existence of almighty lord Shiva
• We take a meal break at navidhang
• Then we head towards Swami Narayan ashram, overnight stay and food.

Day 7: Narayan Ashram- Dharchula (68km /5-6 Hrs—940m)

After Breakfast the group will return to Dharchula
• Dinner and Overnight Stay

Day 8: Dharchula-Bhimtal ( 260km / 8-9 Hrs)

We travel for Bhimtal
• Breakfast
• Patal Bhuvneshwar
• Reach Bhimtal overnight stay and food

Day 9: Bhimtal-Delhi (360km / 8-9 Hrs)

• Lunch
• In the evening reach Delhi