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Adi Kailash Yatra with Om Parvat Tour from Kathgodam

Package Duration 8 Days / 7 Nights
Package Starts From Kathgodam to Kathgodam
₹ 35,000onwards

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Om Parvat with Adi Kailash Tour Package
Group Size 
Cost Per Person
2 Persons   
Rs 42000
3 - 6 Persons  Rs 38000
7+ Persons Rs 35000

*Note: The costing is for Indian Nationals only, as per group size. Entry of Foreign Nationals is restricted in this area, so we are not taking any bookings of International tourists.

GST @5% is applicable on above price.

Package Highlights

Sightseeing during Adi KailashTour: Bhimtal, Kainchi Dham, Chitai Golu devta temple, Jageshwar temple, Pithoragarh, Dharchula (India-Nepal border), Thakri Waterfall, Om Parvat Darshan, Vyas gufa, Kalapani Kali Mata temple, Sheshnag Parvat, Adi Kailash Darshan, Parvati sarovar, Parvati mukut, Nabi Mahadev temple, Ganesh parvat, Pandav parvat, Chaukori, Patal bhuwaneshwar cave.

Departure Date: May, June, September, October

Om Parvat and Adi Kailash Yatra 2024 Tour Package ex-Kathgodam

Adi Kailash (Popularly known as Chota Kailash) is in many ways replica of the better-known Mt. Kailash in Tibet, especially in appearance. It is also one of the Panch Kailash according to Hindu Mythology. Om Parvat and Adi Kailash are considered very sacred in Hinduism. Just a darshan of it can make your inner self enlightened and cleansed. It is believed that the cosmic energy that is prevalent here can transform a person.

At Nabidhang we can see “Aum Parvat” or "Om Parvat" a miracle of nature, snow lies in the mountain in the shape of a perpetual “Aum” the primordial sound. All other slopes may be bare but this inscription in snow is everlasting and as one observes it, one gets the feeling that the mountain itself is Lord Shiv incarnate- the destroyer, showing himself in a rare glimpse.

Our road tour will take you to Jageshwar, Pithoragarh, Chaukori, Patal Bhubaneswar along with Kalapani, Kuti, Om Parvat and Adi Kailash. So you will get all the flavours of a beautiful adventure and Adhyatam.

During Adi-Kailash, Om Parvat Yatra you will come across the mighty splendour of the snow peaks of Api, Nampha, Tinker and Ganesha parvat massive naming western Nepal’s Himalayan peak, the gushing Kaliriver, forest, can see the enchanting beauty of Chaudas, Byans and Darma Valley, tradition villages like Gala, Zipti, Budhi, Garbiyang, Napalchu, Gunji, Nabi, Rongkong, Kutti, enroute when we go Buddhi to Gunji a place Chiyalekh. From here we can see the mind blowing Bugyal which is full of alpine wild flowers, Himalayan herbs, great Himalayan peaks, peace and serenity.

Enroute to Adi-Kailash from Chhiyalekh, Gunji, Nabi, Kutti we see a breath-taking view of the Himalayan peaks. You can catch the different and ever-changing moods of their snow-covered mountains, beautiful rivers, peaks, which seems to touch the sky green meadows and treacherous glaciers make this area a heaven for those seeking high adrenaline closes.

Stay options during Adi Kailash Tour

Tour Duration: 8 Days and 7 Nights

Book Adi Kailash Tour with Om Parvat Yatra from Haldwani/Kathgodam

Tour Itinerary

Day 1
Kathgodam to Jageshwar


Early Morning pickup from Kathgodam/Haldwani. Breakfast and 2 Hours relax in Bhimtal. Then proceed to Jageshwar ( 150 kms), Overnight  stay at Jageshwar Hotel.

Day 2
Jageshwar to Darchula

Drive180 kmStayHotel

Morning Aarti pooja at Jageshwar temple. Then proceed to Dharchula (180km), Over Night stay at Dharchula Hotel

Day 3
Darchula to Nabi/Gunj

Drive70 kmStayHomestay

After medical checkup and permit procedure Proceed to Nabi/Gunji village (70km). Overnight stay at Nabi or Gunji Homestay.

Day 4
Gunji - Parwati Kund - Gunji/Nabi

Drive80 kmTrek4 kmStayHomestay

Early morning we will proceed to Jyolingkong (40 km) and then 2 kms trekking for Parwati Kund. Then return Nabi/Gunji (40 kms)

Overnight stay at Gunji or Nabi Homestay.

Day 5
Nabi - Om Parwat - Narayan Ashram

Drive150 km

Early morning Om parvat darsan and then proceed to Narayan Ashram  (150 kms). Overnight stay at Ashram.

Day 6
Narayan Ashram - Darchula

Drive50 kmStayHotel

Narayan Ashram to  Dharchula (50 km). Overnight stay at Dharchula.

Day 7
Dharchula to Patal Bhuwaneshwar

Drive135 kmStayHotel

Dharchula to Patal Bhuwaneshwar (135 km). Overnight stay at Patal bhuwaneshwar.

Day 8
Patal bhuwaneshwar to Haldwani

Drive200 km

Patal bhuwaneshwar to Haldwani  (200 kms). Our tour will end after reaching Kathgodam or Haldwani.

Package Inclusions

  • Transportation from Haldwani/Kathgodam to Haldwani/Kathgodam
    (Tempo traveller, Mahindra Bolero, Swift dzire, Ertiga, Innova as per group size)
  • Stay in Neat and clean rooms
  • Pure veg food (7 Dinner, 8 breakfast, 4 Lunch, Morning evening Tea)
  • Permit charges
  • Local Guide
  • Oxygen cylinder during Adi Kailash, Om Parvat yatra.

Package Exclusions

  • Lunch at few locations
  • Any personal expenses
  • Entry fees or ticket prices for any local sightseeing
  • Anything not mentioned in inclusions

Important Information

Important Things to know before booking Adi Kailash Tour

Adi Kailash Yatra from Delhi NCR

We can also provide Adi Kailash tour from Delhi NCR Region (Delhi, Gurgaon, Faridabad, Noida, Ghaziabad, Sonipat) as well. It will be a customized tour plan which will include transportation from Delhi to Delhi (in case of overnight journey). In case you want to leave Delhi during day time, then 1 night stay will be arranged in Kathgodam/Haldwani at an extra cost. However, we still recommend you to take ovenight bus or train from Delhi to Kathgodam and join our fixed departure Adi Kailash travel package.

Adi Kailash Tour from Uttarakhand Cities

We can also provide Adi Kailash packages from Dehradun, Haridwar/Rishikesh, Kotdwar, Pantnagar (airport), Pithoragarh (airport), Tanakpur and Khatima as well. In some case the above mentienod price will be applicbale and in some cases there will be slight increase in price due to additional transport cost.

Adi Kailash Yatra from other cities in India

In case you are coming from other cities like Mumbai, Pune, Cochin, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Ahmadabad, Chandigarh, Jaipur, Lucknow, Surat, etc. It is recommended that you can book flights to Delhi, Pantnagar or Pithoragarh online with some best deals and discounts and then continue with our tour plan of Adi Kailash and Om Parvat.

You can also book train tickets to Kathgodam, Tanakpur and continue this holy journey of Adi Kailash.

Why we prefer private and small groups? We love to trek in smaller private groups as we believe that it gives the best ambience to experience the Himalayan spirituality, serenity, solitude and rawness. Small groups are also eco friendly, less noisy, safe, friendly, easy to manage and more caring towards each other. Most importantly, private groups are more focused towards their objective which is enjoy being in the nature. We specialize in arranging customized private groups catering to the specific needs.

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Adi Kailash Yatra with Om Parvat Tour from Kathgodam

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Why book with eUttaranchal?

About eUttaranchal

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Seeded in 2003, eUttaranchal is a travel company specializing in Char Dham Helicopter Tours and Trekking across Uttarakhand. We are registered as an Adventure Tour Operator with Uttarakhand Tourism. We are also one of the most followed pages of Uttarakhand on social media.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for Adi Kailash & Om Parvat Yatra:

Q. What is Adi Kailash & Om Parvati Yatra?
Adi Kailash & Om Parvat Yatra is a pilgrimage journey that takes participants to the sacred Adi Kailash and Om Parvati regions in the Himalayas. Adi Kailash is believed to be the original abode of Lord Shiva, while Om Parvat is revered as a sacred mountain in the same region.

Q. When does the Yatra take place?
The Yatra typically takes place during the summer and autumn months, from May to October, when the weather in the Himalayan region is more favorable for pilgrimage activities. You can also visit during monsoon season but road closure due to landslides and obstruction of Om Parvat with clouds might be a concern for many.

Q. How do I register for the Yatra?
Registration details and procedures vary depending on the organizing agency. Contact the authorized tour operators or check their official websites for registration information.

Q. What is the duration of the Yatra?
The duration of the Yatra can vary, but it usually lasts between 06 to 09 days. This includes travel, trekking, and the time spent at the holy sites.

Q. What is the level of difficulty for the Yatra?
The Yatra is now almost entirely accessible by roads. Participants should be physically fit though and prepared for spending time in high-altitude region, hence a medical checkup is done at Dharchula before the yatra commences. Short trek of around 3-4kms is to be done at Adi Kailash to visit Parvati Sarovar.

Q. Is there a specific fitness requirement for the Yatra?
Yes, participants are required to be in good physical condition and should undergo a medical check-up before embarking on the Yatra. It is advisable to consult with healthcare professionals for personalized advice. For Senior Citizens, eye checkup is also conducted at Dharchula.

Q. What is the best time to undertake the Yatra?
The Yatra is usually conducted during the summer months to avoid extreme weather conditions. May, June, September, October are considered the best months to visit.

Q. Are there any age restrictions for Adi Kaialsh Yatra?
While there may not be strict age restrictions, participants should be physically fit and capable of enduring the challenges of high-altitude trekking. Elderly individuals should consult with their healthcare providers before planning to undertake the Yatra.

Q. What are the necessary permits for the Yatra?
Permits are typically required for entering certain regions along the Yatra route. These permits are usually obtained through the tour operators at Dharchula before starting the pilgrimage.

Q. What type of accommodation is provided during the Yatra?
Accommodations vary along the route and may include guesthouses, tents, or traditional homestays. Participants are advised to be prepared for basic facilities, especially in remote areas like Nabi and Gunji. Other places enroute like Jageshwar, Dharchula and Patal Bhuvaneshwar will have decent stay options and better facilities.

Q. Is vegetarian food available during the Yatra?
Vegetarian food is commonly provided during the Yatra to respect the religious sentiments of the participants. However, participants with specific dietary requirements should inform the organizers in advance.

Q. What should I pack for the Yatra?
A comprehensive packing list includes trekking gear, warm clothing, a torch / headlamp, comfortable footwear, a first aid kit, personal hygiene items, and any specific items suggested by the tour operators.

Q. Is travel insurance necessary for the Yatra?
It is recommended to have travel insurance that covers medical emergencies, trip cancellations, and evacuation in case of unforeseen circumstances.

Q. What are the cultural highlights of the Yatra?
Participants will have the opportunity to visit ancient temples which doig this sacred pilgrimage. You will also see the stunning landscapes of Uttarakhand, rich cultural heritage of the Himalayan region and interact with local communities.

Q. Can Adi Kailash Yatra be customized for private groups?
Yes, we offer both customized packages for private groups and group departures as well. You can reach out to us to discuss specific requirements and arrangements.

Q. What is the altitude reached during the Yatra?
The Yatra involves reaching high altitudes, with some sections reaching as high as 4600meters (near Parvati Sarovar, Jyolingkong). Acclimatization and proper preparation are essential to mitigate the risks associated with high-altitude, hence we gradually incline to reach this altitude.

Q. What happens in case of emergencies during the Yatra?
Organizers typically have emergency response plans in place. W do carry oxygen cylinders in case of emergencies. And beyond Dharchula we keep a private vehicle for our transfers to the region. In case of medical emergencies we assist and evacuate to lower altitude.

Q. Is photography allowed during the Adi Kailash Yatra?
Photography is generally allowed, but participants should be respectful of local customs and seek permission before capturing images in sensitive areas.

Q. Are there any restrictions on clothing during the Yatra?
Modest and respectful clothing is recommended, especially when visiting religious sites. It's advisable to carry warm clothing due to the cold temperatures at high altitudes.

Q. How can I prepare physically for the Adi Kailash Yatra?
A comprehensive fitness regimen, including cardiovascular exercises, strength training, and altitude simulation if possible, is recommended. Consult with a fitness professional for personalized guidance.

Q. Is the Yatra suitable for solo travelers?
While solo travelers may join organized Yatra groups, it is generally advisable to travel with at least one acquaintance to such remote areas for safety and support during the jourrney.

Q. What is the transportation arrangement for the Yatra?
Transportation varies, including Tempo Traveller, Innova, Ertiga, Bolero or Dzire depending upon the overall batch size and requirements.Beyond Dharchula only jeeps, camper, Bolero is allowed to visit Adi Kailash & Om Parvat.

Q. Can I join the Yatra if I have health issues or pre-existing medical conditions?
Individuals with health issues should consult their healthcare providers before planning to join the Yatra. It's crucial to disclose any pre-existing medical conditions to the tour organizers for proper guidance.

Q. Are there any specific rituals or ceremonies performed during the Yatra?
The Yatra may include opportunities to participate in religious rituals and ceremonies at various temples and sacred sites along the route. These experiences are often coordinated with local priests and guides.

Q. What is the weather like during the Adi Kailash Yatra?
Weather conditions can vary, with daytime temperatures ranging from mild to warm and nighttime temperatures dropping significantly, especially at higher altitudes. Participants should be prepared for unpredictable weather.

Q. How is waste managed during the Yatra?
Responsible waste management practices are encouraged. Participants are usually advised to carry their waste pack with them and dispose of it properly at designated locations.

Q. Are there any restrictions on electronic devices during the Yatra?
While electronic devices are generally allowed, it's important to be mindful of the limited access to charging facilities in remote areas. Participants may consider carrying power banks or solar chargers.

Q. Can I extend my stay in the region after the Adi Kailash Yatra?
Some tour operators may offer options to extend your stay in the region, allowing participants to explore nearby attractions or engage in additional activities. Check with the organizers for available options.

Q. What kind of wildlife might be encountered during the Yatra?
The Himalayan region is home to diverse wildlife, including birds, yaks, and other mountain fauna. While encounters are not guaranteed, participants should be respectful of the local wildlife and follow guidelines provided by guides.

Q. Can I bring my own guide or join the Yatra independently?
Joining the Yatra with an authorized tour operator is the standard practice for safety and logistical reasons. Bringing an independent guide may not be feasible due to permit requirements and local regulations.

Q. What language is spoken during the Yatra?
English and Hindi are commonly used languages among the tour guides and organizers. Local languages may also be spoken in certain areas, and interpreters may be available.

Q. Are there any cultural sensitivity considerations for participants?
Participants are encouraged to respect local customs and traditions. Understanding and adhering to cultural norms, especially in religious sites, enhances the overall experience and fosters positive interactions with local communities.

Q. How do I acclimatize to high altitudes during the Yatra?
The Adi Kailash Yatra itinerary typically includes gradual ascents to allow for acclimatization. Participants are advised to stay well-hydrated, avoid alcohol, and listen to their bodies. Medications for altitude sickness may be recommended in consultation with healthcare professionals.

Q. What happens in case of bad weather or natural disasters during the Yatra?
Tour organizers have contingency plans for unexpected events. Participants will be guided to safe locations, and communication channels will be used to update families and authorities if necessary.

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