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Adi Kailash Om Parvat Tour from Dharchula 2024

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Tour Details

Adi Kailash the pious residency of Lord Shiva and Maa Parvati. Hindu Mythology confirms Adi Kailash is one of the Panch Kailash. Hinduism consider OM Parvat and Adi Kailash as very sacred mountain in Dev Bhoomi of Himalayas . Hindus believe that a Darshan of it can make your inner self enlightened and cleansed. It is the land of peace and serenity. It is in scripted in our mythologythatthe  demon king Ravana is said to have meditated here and was bestowed by Almighty Shiva with the strength of 20 arms and brains of 10 head. This jeep Safari will take you to Jageshwar, Pithoragarh, Chokori, Patal Bhubaneswar along with Kalapani, Kuti, OM Parvat and Adi Kailash. On this Dev Bhoomi we get complete view of Himalayas , Adventure, Adhyatam and Shiva Serenity. En route Pilgrims will come across the pious temples, the land escapes, the flowing streams, the waterfalls, the river showing its authority and alsoit’sfull power in serenity.


Adi Kailash is an ancient holy place in the Himalayan Range, similar to Mount Kailash in Tibet. This abode of Lord Shiva in a remote area is worth havin Darshan. The journey to Adi Kailash is one of the most remarkable of these. Mount Adi Kailash is located in the Vyas valley of Pithoragarh district of Kumaon. This valley is home to the Rangs or the Shauka people who held an enviable monopoly in the Indo-Tibet trade for centuries before the Sino war of 1962.


Adi Kailash Yatra From Dharchula Dates 2024


May: 16, 21, 30

June: 06, 19, 27

August: 16, 17, 29

September: 05, 15, 19, 26

October: 03, 15

Places In Adi Kailash And Om Parvat Yatra


 Places Covered  Places Covered

 Adi Kailash

Om Parvat

Gauri Kund

Parvati Sarovar

Shiv Parvati Temple

Neeb Karoli Baba Ashram, Kainchi Dham

Chitai Golu Devta Temple

Patal Bhuvaneshwar

Jageshwar Dham


Ved Vyas Cave

Kunti Parvat

Brahma Parvat

Sheshnag Parvat

Pandava Fort, Kuti Village

Parvati Mukut and Pandav Parvat

Kali Mandir, Kalapani

Nabi Homestay Experience


How to Reach


By Train: Kathgodam/Haldwani nearest railway station.


By Bus: Kathgodam/Dharchulla/Haldwaani can be reached by bus, you can get a direct bus for Kathgodam/Haldwani from Delhi.


By Air: Pantnagar is the nearest Airport but few flights only, Delhi/Dehradun is the better option and from there hire a bus/taxi getting here.


Formalities & Documentation


PCC: Police Clearance Certificate (from your local police station, not involved in any wrong activity)

Medical Certificate: Government Hospital Doctor Fitness Certificate

Photo Identification Cards like Voter Card, Aadhar Card, Passport

Latest passport size photos as required

Affidavit (self-responsible for any type of incident on the route of travel)

Online Permit form is updated on site


Note: Current regulations will be superseded if any new guidelines come from the Uttrakhand Government 




Trekkers must keep 2-3 days reserved for this yatra because due to bad weather sometimes we have to see Om Parvat and Adi Kailash.


Things To Carry


1- Back-Pack 60Ltrs with Cover 01

2- Daypack 20Ltrs with Cover 01

3- Worm Inner Garments 02 Pairs

4- Good Quality Trekking Shoes

5- Sunglasses 01

6- Cap/Hat, Balaclava 01-01

7- Towel 01

8- Slippers 01

9- Full sleeve Sweater 01

10- Full sleeve warm Jacket 01

11- Hiking Pants/Trousers and Shirts 03 Pairs

12- Water Bottle 2Ltrs 01

13- Wind/Rain Proof Jacket or Trouser Lightweight 01 Pairs

14- Warm Gloves Inner- Outer 01-01

15- Camera, Memory Card, Batteries, Power bank As per requirement

16- Head Light or Torch 01

17- Personal Toiletries & Sun Lotion, Lip Salve, Cold Cream, Vaseline etc. As per requirement

18- Personal Medication if any

19- Hiking Poles 01

20- Woolen Socks 03

21- Long Trousers / Long Shirts / T-shirts etc. 02-02-02

22- Umbrella

23- Original ID Proof & 2 Photographs


Here are Some Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ) About the Adi Kailash(Om Parvat) Tour:


What is the significance of Adi Kailash (Om Parvat)?


Adi Kailash, also known as Om Parvat, is a mountain peak in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. It holds religious significance for both Hindus and Buddhists. The snow formation on the mountain resembles the sacred Hindu symbol "Om," making it a revered pilgrimage site for spiritual seekers.


How do I reach Adi Kailash (Om Parvat)?


The journey to Adi Kailash involves a challenging trek through rugged terrain. The starting point of the trek is usually from a village called Chhota Kailash (also known as Kutti) in the Dharchula region. From Chhota Kailash, you have to trek for several days to reach Om Parvat. The trek requires physical fitness and proper planning.


When is the best time for the Adi Kailash tour?


The best time to visit Adi Kailash is during the summer months from May to June and then from September to October after the monsoon season. During winter, the region experiences heavy snowfall, making the trek highly challenging and unsafe.


How difficult is the Adi Kailash trek?


The Adi Kailash trek is considered moderately difficult to challenging. It involves trekking through high altitudes, steep gradients, and unpredictable weather conditions. Trekkers should have a good level of physical fitness and prior trekking experience to undertake this journey.


What are the accommodation options during the Adi Kailash trek?


As Adi Kailash is a remote pilgrimage site, there are limited accommodation options along Pilgrimage route. Trekkers usually stay in basic guesthouses / Homestay provided by tour operators during the route ex Dharchula and back in Gunji/Nabi. It's advicable to travel lite on this route.


Are there any restrictions for visiting Adi Kailash?


The region around Adi Kailash is relatively untouched and remote. However, visitors are required to obtain necessary permits and permissions from the local authorities before embarking for the Yatra. As the area falls close to the India-China border, special Inner line permit is required by the travellers.


Is the Adi Kailash tour open to people of all faiths?


Yes, the Adi Kailash tour is open to people of all faiths and those interested in exploring the beauty of the Himalayas and experiencing its spiritual ambiance. While it holds immense religious significance for Hindus and Buddhists, anyone can undertake this trek.


What should I pack for the Adi Kailash trek?


It's essential to pack light but carry all necessary trekking gear, including sturdy hiking shoes, warm clothing, sleeping bag, personal medication, first-aid kit, and other essentials. It's also advisable to bring water bottles, snacks, and a camera to capture the stunning vistas along the way.


How difficult is the Adi Kailash trek?


The Adi Kailash Om parvat tour is the most comfortable tour amongst Panch Kailash tours and is considered moderate but challenging owing to high altitude (5945 mtrs.)  and region is surrounded by the mountains . We pass by on the jeep through high altitudes, steep gradients, and unpredictable weather conditions. Pilgrims should have a good level of physical fitness and positivity on this route.


Is Adi Kailash open to all religious backgrounds?


Yes, Adi Kailash is open to people of all religious backgrounds and those interested in exploring the beauty of the Himalayas and experiencing its spiritual ambiance.


What is the duration of the Adi Kailash trek?


The duration of the Adi Kailash trek varies depending on the route chosen and individual trekking speed. Generally, it takes around 06 to 08 days to complete the entire route from Delhi/Haldwani or Tanakpur

Tour Itinerary

Day 01: Dharchula – Gunji/Nabhi/Napunche (3500mt), (4hr Drive). Overnight Stay at Gunji       


Start the Yatra from the commencement/Start Point Cross the bridge over the roaring Dhauli and see the confluence of the Kali and Dhauli, travel along the kali river through dense forest. There are numerous springs and waterfalls on either side of the river, On reaching Chhialekh the group enters the region of Byas Valley. The pasture of chhialekh is strewn with grasses and flowers. Then comes Garbhiang village deserted because of geopolitical and geological reasons, here the Kali meets the Tinkar coming from Nepal. Gunji is the base village for the Adi Kailash and OM Parvat.


(Homestay & All meals)


Day 02: Gunji/Nabi/Napunche – Navidhang (3987mt / Om Parvat) - Gunji) (3hr Drive) Overnight Stay at Napunche


There are pine, bhojpatra forest in this region surrounded by innumerable wild flowers, this is the region of Musk, Deer, Monal and the highest stage of Himalayan wilderness. The OM Parvat’ smiles in front of the pilgrim.En route enjoy the darshan of -Kali Mandir, Kala Pani,Shesh Nag Parvat,Ved Vyas Gufa


(Homestay & All meals)


Day 03: Gunji/ Nabhi/Napunche – Jolingkong (Adi Kailash) (4280mt ) – Gunji (6hr,Drive) Overnight Stay at Napunche


From Gunji walk along the banks of the river Kuti to reach Nabi, Which has a temple and almost hidden spring in the beautiful mountain standing behind the village. Drive first to the left of Kuti and then to the right to reach Jolingkong. (ADI KAILASH)


-    Parvati Kund/Gauri Kund Parikrama along with Adi Kailash Darshan


-    Perform Pooja at Lord Shiva & Goddess Parvati Temple near Parvati Sarovar


-    En route, we will see : Brahma Parvat, Pandava Parvat, Pandava Fort, Parvati Mukut


     (Homestay & All meals)


Day 04: Gunji/Napunche – (Dharchula) ( 8hr Drive )


Breakfast check out & Lunch en route Return back by noon  Drop at Dharchula


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- Vehicle Ex Kathgodam and back

- Yatra Inner Line Permit

- Breakfast and Dinner in Hotel/ Rest House (Vegetarian)

- 4 Nights KMVN Rest Houses or Hotels & 3 Nights in Homestay

- Pure Vegetarian Meals (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)

- Only Breakfast on Last day




- 5% GST Applicable , Travel insurance

- Any kind of Tip, Portage

- Lunch en route during the drive

- Any kind of Medical or Evacuation expense

- Extra Days Accommodation & Food Expenses @ 2400/Day (if applicable)

- Personal Expenses

- Anything which is Not Mentioned in Inclusions


Cost : On Request


Payment Gateway Link: Payment Gateway Online card payments




Account Title : NTP Tourism Affairs Ltd.
Bank : HDFC Bank Limited
Bank A/C : 12202560000897
Branch : M 39, Outer Circle
Address: M 36, Outer Circle, Opposite Super Bazar, Connaught Place, New Delhi - 110001
IFSC Code : HDFC0001220




Account Title : NTP Tourism Affairs Ltd.
Bank : ICICI Bank
Bank A/C : 000705004621
Branch : Shop No- 7C Plot No- GH04B, Prateek Stylome Sector- 45 Gautam Budh Nagar, Noida- 201335, India
IFSC Code : ICIC0007780





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