Chota Kailash Yatra
Best Time to Visit Adi Kailash and Om Parvat
Summer: The summer months of June are the best time to visit Adi Kailash. The sun warms the cold region of Adi Kailash and it becomes easier for the trekkers to cope with the environment.
Monsoon: During monsoon season, the route gets slippery and trekkers find it very difficult to make through the route.
Spring: September is the charming spring favors trekkers to make way to Adi Kailash. Pleasing sun and calm weather.
Adi Kailash & Om Parvat Yatra (Road Trip)
Area: Kumaon Himalaya
Duration: 5 Days
Best Season: April - Dec
Altitude: 3987 mts
Adi Kailash - Parvati Sarovar - Om Parvat - Neem Karoli Baba Ashram - Jageshwar Dham - Dharchula - Navidang - Kuti - Jolling kong - Gunji
According to Hindu religious beliefs and mythology, Lord Shiva resides on the Kailash Mansarovar Parvat in the higher Himalayas. But Mount Om Parvat in Uttarakhand has a special place in the mythologies of the Himalayas. It is believed that Lord Shiva must have existed at this place too. This mountain is located on the border of India and Tibet, on which every year the shape of Om is formed by snow.
This peak has special religious importance in Buddhism and Jainism apart from Hinduism.
Om Parvat which comes on the way to Adi Kailash is also known as Chota Kailash. Its height is 6,191 m (20,312 ft) above sea level. According to Hindu beliefs, a total of eight places in the Himalayas form the shape of Om, but so far only this place has been discovered. The sound of Om is naturally produced by snow falling on this mountain.
If you are a lover of adventure and want to do something stormy, then you must come and enjoy trekking here. Lovers can enjoy trekking in the area, this trekking trek ends at Tawaghat which is the confluence of the Kali and Dhuli rivers. If time permits, travellers coming here must visit Jonglingkong, it is as holy as Mansarovar. From here you can also enjoy the hills of Parvati Muhar, which is very beautiful. It is said that when there is sunshine on this snow, its beauty becomes such that it can fascinate anyone.
It is an 8-day long trek, starting from Dehradun and returning to Dehradun, during trekking, trekkers can see five beautiful places in Garhwal including Sankri, Taluka, Osla, Harkidoon and Jaundhar Glacier.
How to reach Om Parvat - Adi Kailash?
Taxis will now be able to reach Adi Kailas and Om Parvat, taxis will run on the Garbadhar-Lipulekh route to Gunji and Kuti from Dharchula in Pithoragarh district of Uttarakhand. After the road to China, the border is ready, now taxis will be able to reach Adi Kailas and Om Parvat. The rates of taxis have also been fixed. Only seven passengers can sit in a taxi. Till now there was no system of taxis.
Day 1: Dharchula – Gunji (3-4 Hrs drive/ 85 km)
You will have your breakfast in the morning and then you will board the Taxi provided. You will leave for Gunji which is about 85 km from Dharchula. It takes around 4 hours to reach Gunji. On the way to Gunji, you will see Mt. Annapurna and other high altitude Himalayan peaks. You will be thrilled with the beauty of nature throughout the travel.
You will arrive at Gunji by noon.
Altitude: 3048 m
Day 2: Gunji – Kalapani – Navidhang–Kuti
Today you will start your journey early in the morning towards Kalapani after having breakfast. You can also Kali Mata temple here. Spend some time in Kalapani and leave for Navidhang from where you will get to see Om Parvat.
Here you can do pooja and meditation and after that, you will drive back to Gunji and continue the journey to Kuti.
(Om Parvat Darshan is subjected to Government Permissions)
Altitude: 3700 m
Day 3: Kuti – Jollingkong (1 Hrs approx / 35 Kms)
Today, after having your breakfast you can visit some local places like Kunti Parvat or Pandav fort. you can also understand the culture of local people and have a walk around the village.
You will go to Jollingkong in the evening.
Drive: 1 hours / 35 km
Altitude: 4572 m
Day 4: Jollingkong–Kuti 14 KMs / 1 Hrs)
Today you will see the beauty of the sacred Adi Kailash in the early morning. After Adi Kailash darshan you can visit the Parvati temple. Parvati temple is a trek of 2.5 Km from our campsite.
At Parvati Kund, you will the mesmerizing reflecting image of Mt Adi Kailash. You can perform your Puja in Lord Shiva & Parvati Temple.
By the evening you must return back to Kuti.
Drive: 1 hours / 14 km
Altitude: 3700 m
Day 5: Kuti – Dharchula(100 KMs / 3 Hrs)
Today is your last day of Adi Kailash and Om Parvet Yatra. In the morning you will have your breakfast and then the group will leave for Dharchula.
Drive: 100 km
Altitude: 915 m
Adi Kailash & Om Parvat 4 Nights Package
Cost Per Person
₹ 41999 (2 - 4 Persons)
₹ 33999 (5+ Persons)
₹ 32999 (7+ Persons)
October - 9 and 16
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Included in the package
Accommodation in Hotels on twin/triple sharing basis
Pure Vegetarian Meals (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
Only Breakfast and Lunch on the Last day
Inner Line Permit to restricted/protected areas of Uttarakhand.
Trekking, Camping Fees.
Basic first aid kit carried by our tour guide.
Experienced trek Leader, Guide and Support staff to help passengers.
Transportation by Taxi
Driver allowance, toll charge, state govt. taxes
Not included in the package
Any fare before reception & after departure.
Any Kind of Personal Expenses or Optional Tours / Extra Meals Ordered
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Any Kind of Drinks (Alcoholic, Mineral, Aerated) Camera fee, soft or hard drinks, starters.
Porter/ Ponies services for Traveller’s personal use.
Temples, Monument & Museum Entrance Fees
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