Simikot, a remote scenic Mountain town in Humla district in western Nepal is where the journey to Kailash and Masarovar starts for many Hindu pilgrims. Perched at a height of 2,818 meters above sea level, as you land at this airport, you will be greeted with sumptuous views and a welcoming culture that is a hallmark of Nepali mountain communities.
Mt. Kailash is the most renowned and divine place visited by devotees across the borders. The mountain is an important religious destination for many religions like Jainism, Buddhism and Hinduism and holds different significance to different religion just like the various names it has. The mountain towers up to 22,000 feet above sea level and is considered to be one of the toughest high rises to climb or even reach. Pilgrims even with the toughest of vehicles take weeks to reach here through a journey, which is nothing less than a great challenge. Simikot is very well connected by air with the major low and cities like Nepalgunj from where one can find schedule and charter flights to Simikot is about 30 minute in our Dornier-228 Aircrafts.