1. Airport taxes, laundry service, extra food or mineral water, bar &
2. Meals in Kathmandu, telephone bills, personal clothing, personal
3. Personal insurance, personal medical Kit, emergency evacuation, Personal
Some Useful Tips:
Accommodation en-route Mount Kailash will be very simple having common
bathrooms. However, hot water will be provided in very room for refreshing
The food will be supplied from our side while camping, which includes
breakfast, lunch & dinner with occasional tea break. While staying in
lodges enroute, the meal will be provided from the best available Chinese or
Tibetan restaurants. The food will be very simple as per the client taste.
All meals provided will be vegetarian.
Clothing & Assessories :
Depending upon the season, during June, July, August till September, day
time will be present and quite warm with 200 Celsius. During afternoon time
from 1 - 4 pm can be windy. The morning and evening will be chilly between 0
to 50 Celsius.
We recommend Wind - Rain Jacket, Woolen sweaters, light gloves, scarf to
cover from the dust and wind, couple of woolen trousers, walking boots and
running shoes, sun hat, sun glass, woolen caps, woolen socks, sun cream,
During the drive we will be providing a 4 wheel drive (Land Cruiser or
similar), truck as a back up with all camping gear and crew. Maximum 4-5
person will be accommodated in a Land Cruiser.
While on trek, during the Kora, will provide Yaks to carry the camping &
your personal heavy gears.
Guide / Escort :
A Tibetan / English speaking guide will escort the group throughout the
trip including few Nepali staffs for the camping
As Tibet gets very bright sunlight due to thin air during day time. We
recommended you to take advice from the photograph shops while purchasing
the film rolls for Tibet. Taking photographs inside Monastery will be
charged as per the Monastery rule. Please ask your Guide before taking
photographs inside the Monastery or Army Camps.
We suggest you to bring your own first aid kit with adequate medication for
altitude sickness, nausea, dehydration and some pain killers.
We highly recommend all clients to be insured against Medical, accidents
and for necessary emergency evacuation, if needed.
Physical Fitness :
Before booking for this trip, clients should be in good health. We advise
basic exercises like morning or evening walks or jogging.
Visa & Documentation :
Clients must be in possession of a valid passport to obtain Chinese Visa.
Will require the following details from your passport at the time of booking
the trip. Full Name as in Passport, Nationality, Date of issue & Expiry
of Passport, Passport No, Date of Birth & Occupation.
Altitude Sickness :
Acute mountain sickness (AMS) is, a frequent problem in the Himalayan
region. The altitude of the peaks and trails between them are among the
highest on earth. Acclimatization to altitude above 3,000 meters ( 10, 000
feet) takes time to adjust. The body undergoes a number of physiological
changes, some of which are immediate like increased pulse and respiratory
rate. Others appear more slowly over a period of weeks like the change in
acid base balance and production of extra red blood cells.
These changes and the effect of intense sunlight, strenuous walks and
dehydration may cause some mild or vague symptoms such as:
Loss of appetite, fatigue headache, nausea, dizziness, palpitations,
sleeplessness mild shortness of breath.
The best treatment is prevention ! Avoid rapid ascents, take
acclimatization symptoms seriously using rest days or diamox. If symptoms
are severe and the patients is ill Descend Immediately. 300 meters (1000
feet) of descent or more should be sought. This will usually give instant
Risk & Liability :
Indover Tours extends its best hand to see your convenience at all times.
As this is an Adventure Travel Holiday and you will be travelling into a
remote Himalayan destination, weather conditions, in the Himalaya can be
unpredictable some times, local availability porters or some other means of
transport, vehicle breakdown, road condition, or local political situation
can contribute to need for change or even delays at times in the itinerary.