Tucked away in the southwest corner of Tibet near Mount Kailash, Lake Manasarovar or Lake Manasa Sarovar also known as Mapam Yumco or Mapam Yutso (4560m) in Tibet which is the highest freshwater lake in the world . The color of water is sapphire-blue waters and sandy shoreline and snow-capped-mountain backdrop make it most appealing, and a welcome change of venue from the often-forbidding terrain of Mt Kailash, Tibet’s holiest peak.
Mt. Kailash is the scared site which holds the great value not only for the Hindu pilgrimage and Buddhist pilgrimage but also for the Bon and Jain. Mount Kailash is the sources of many Himalayan rivers among many the four greatest rivers of Asia such as-: the Ganges, Indus, Tsangpo and Sutlej. From ancient period Hindus people believe that Mount Kailash as the demonstration of their religious center of the universe, ‘world pillar’ around which all else rotate, in the lowest misery and its peak kissing the heavens and on top there is home of God Shiva and Goddess Parvati.
The best time to make Mt. Kailash & Lake Manasarovar tour is between mid-May and mid-October. During this time the weather in Mt. Kailash and Lake Manasarovar is generally stable and clear, with warm temperatures during the days and cool nights.