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Kailash Mansarovar Tour from Nepal

Kailash Mansarovar Tour from Nepal 2024, 2025, and 2026 is primarily popular amongst Hindu devotees and those who love adventures in the mountains and nature. The Mount Kailash Mansarovar Tour begins from the city of temple - Kathmandu (Pashupatinath Temple), Nepal, and ends after returning from Tibet, Lhasa, to Nepal. Kailash Mansarovar Tour from Nepal tailor to cover the most popular iconic Heritage sites, pilgrimages, landmarks, and mesmeric mountains of this two beautiful countries-Nepal and China (Tibet).

The first part of the Tour begins with your own visit to UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu like Kathmandu Durbar Square, Swayambhunath Stupa, Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa, the largest in Asia, Patan Durbar Square, and Bhaktapur Durbar Square while heading back from Nagarkot. Then, we will hide out for a night at this beautiful hill station to enjoy the dusk and dawn, the sun-kissed mountain ranges, and those green valleys on the outskirts.

The second part of the Tour will be a journey to Lake Mansarovar and Mt. Kailash. This journey comprises two parts - a drive and a hike in between (optional). Our journey will start with a drive from Kathmandu to Kyirong, Nepal-Tibet border. Then, we will cross the border and drive to Lake Mansarovar with night halts in between. Finally, bathe and worship at the Holy Lake Mansarovar and take a 'Parikrama’-the circumambulation.

Later, we drive to Tarboche/Yamadwar via Darchen, from where the actual part of the adventure begins, as it takes three days hike (with night layovers) to complete the KORA (circumambulation) of the holy Mt. Kailash. One who cannot walk this long has more nights at Mansarovar until the return of those in KORA. We will then rejoin them and saddle up in our transport and trace back the same road to Kathmandu.

Do and Don’t for Kailash Mansarovar Yatra

The Kailash Mansarovar Yatra is a significant pilgrimage for Hindus, Buddhists, Jains, and followers of the Bön tradition. Mount Kailash Mansarovar Tour from Nepal involves visiting the sacred Mount Kailash and Lake Mansarovar, located in the Himalayas. This journey requires careful planning and preparation due to its challenging terrain and high altitude conditions.


  • Physical Fitness: Prior to embarking on the yatra, ensure that, you are physically fit to walk to do Kora . Engage in regular exercise and consult a doctor to assess your health status.
  • Permit and Visa: Obtain the necessary permits and visa for the yatra. These might include a Tibet travel permit and other documents required for entry into the region.
  • Guided Tour: Join an organized and authorized yatra group or tour operator. We have good experienced in handling the logistics of the journey and ensuring your safety.
  • Altitude Acclimatization: Gradually acclimatize to the high altitude environment to prevent altitude sickness. Stay hydrated and avoid strenuous activities during the initial days of the journey.
  • Weather-Appropriate Clothing: Pack warm and weather-appropriate clothing, as the weather can change rapidly at high altitudes. Layering is key to managing temperature changes.
  • Respect Local Customs: Be respectful of the local culture and customs. This includes dressing modestly, avoiding public displays of affection, and following local guidelines.
  • Environmental Conservation: Respect the natural environment and do not litter. Carry back any waste you generate during the journey.
  • Spiritual Reflection: Take time for spiritual reflection and meditation. The yatra is not just a physical journey but also a spiritual one.


  • Solo Journey: Avoid undertaking the journey alone, as the challenging conditions and altitude can pose significant risks. It's safer to be part of an organized group.
  • Rapid Ascent: Do not ascend rapidly to higher altitudes. Give your body time to acclimatize to the changing altitude to prevent altitude sickness.
  • Ignoring Altitude Sickness: If you experience symptoms of altitude sickness, such as headache, nausea, or dizziness, do not ignore them. Inform your guide and take necessary actions.
  • Disrespecting Sacred Sites: Show respect for the sacred sites you visit. Follow any guidelines or restrictions related to these areas.
  • Photography Etiquette: Ask for permission before taking photos of people or their belongings. Some locals might not be comfortable with photography.
  • Overexertion: Avoid strenuous physical activities, especially in the initial days of the journey. Allow your body to adjust to the high altitude gradually.
  • Disregarding Guidelines: Follow the instructions and guidelines given by tour operator and guides. These guidelines means to ensure your safety and well-being.
  • Waste Disposal: Do not litter or leave behind any waste. Carry all your waste back and dispose of it responsibly.

We will conclude this Kailash Mansarovar Tour from Nepal the next day after we reach Kathmandu.

Things to know before Kailash Mansarovar Tour from Nepal

What is Mt Kailash and Mansarovar?

Mount Kailash is a sacred mountain located in the Tibet Autonomous Region of China. It consider holy in four major religions: Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Bon. Mansarovar is a freshwater lake situate near the base of Mount Kailash, and it is also regarded as a sacred place in Hinduism and Buddhism.

How can I reach Mount Kailash and Mansarovar from Nepal?

The most common route to reach Mount Kailash and Mansarovar from Nepal is through a tour organize tour by a travel agency. The tour typically begins in Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal. From Kathmandu, you will fly to Nepalgunj, and then take another flight to Simikot. From Simikot, you will embark on a trek to the border town of Hilsa.

After crossing the Nepal-China border at Hilsa, you will continue the journey via a bus or 4x4 vehicle to Purang (also known as Taklakot) in Tibet. From Purang, you will drive to Lake Mansarovar and Mount Kailash.

Is it possible to travel independently to Mount Kailash and Mansarovar?

No, it is not possible to travel independently to Mount Kailash and Mansarovar. The Chinese government requires all foreign travelers to Tibet, including Mount Kailash and Mansarovar areas, to be part of an organized group with a licensed tour guide.

When is the best time to undertake the Mount Kailash and Mansarovar tour?

The best time to visit Mount Kailash and Mansarovar is during the months of May to October when the weather is relatively mild and the region is accessible. However, keep in mind that May to August is the peak tourist season, and the area crowded.

How difficult is the trek around Mount Kailash?

The trek around Mount Kailash, also known as the Kailash Kora or Parikrama, is a challenging trek. The entire circumambulation covers a distance of approximately 52 kilometers (32 miles) and involves crossing a high pass at Dolma La, which is at an elevation of about 5,630 meters (18,471 feet). Altitude sickness can be a concern, and it's essential to be physically fit and adequately acclimatized before attempting the trek.

Is the Mount Kailash Kora mandatory for all visitors?

No, the Mount Kailash Kora is not mandatory for all visitors. Many travelers choose to do a partial kora, while others opt to stay at the base and perform rituals from there. It's a personal choice and will depend on individual fitness levels and preferences.

Is the tour to Mount Kailash and Mansarovar affected by any permits or regulations?

Yes, traveling to Mount Kailash and Mansarovar requires several permits, including a Chinese visa, Tibet Travel Permit, Alien's Travel Permit, and Military Permit. These permits are usually arrange by the travel agency - Himalayan Asia Treks as part of the tour package. It's essential to submit the necessary documents and passport copies to the agency well in advance amount to obtain these permits.

Is the tour safe?

The tour to Mount Kailash and Mansarovar is safe. However, due to the high altitude and challenging terrain, there are risks associated with altitude sickness and physical exhaustion. It's crucial to follow the guidance of your tour guide, stay hydrated, and take proper precautions against altitude-related issues.

Is the tour religiously significant?

Yes, the tour to Mount Kailash and Mansarovar holds immense religious significance for Hindus, Buddhists, Jains, and followers of the Bon religion. It is believed that completing the kora around Mount Kailash can bring spiritual purification and liberation from the cycle of rebirth.

How long does the entire tour take?

The duration of the Mount Kailash and Mansarovar tour can vary depending on the package and itinerary offered by the travel agency. Typically, the entire tour takes around 12 to 14 days from Kathmandu, Nepal, including both travel and trekking days.

What should I pack for the tour?

Packing essentials for the tour include warm clothing, trekking gear, comfortable walking shoes, a first-aid kit, personal medications, sunscreen, a hat, sunglasses, a water bottle, and toiletries. It's essential to pack light yet prepare for changing weather conditions and high altitudes. The travel agency will usually provide a detailed packing list.

Is it possible to have a customized tour package for Mount Kailash and Mansarovar?

Yes, many travel agencies offer customizable tour packages to Mount Kailash and Mansarovar. You can discuss your requirements, preferences, and time constraints with the agency to create a personalized itinerary that suits your needs with Himalayan Asia Treks via email : [email protected] or +9779802098880 (Viber and Whatsapp).

Are there any age restrictions for the tour?

There are no specific age restrictions for the tour. However, due to the physically demanding nature of the trek and the high altitudes involved, it is advisable for participants to be in good health and have a reasonable level of fitness. Elderly individuals and those with certain medical conditions should consult their doctors before undertaking the journey.

Can I take part in the tour if I am not religious?

Yes, the tour to Mount Kailash and Mansarovar is not exclusively for religious pilgrims. Many people undertake the journey for cultural, adventure, or scenic purposes. While the region holds significant spiritual importance, it also offers stunning natural beauty and a unique cultural experience.

How much does the Mount Kailash and Mansarovar tour from Nepal typically cost?

The cost of the tour can vary depending on the travel agency, the type of package chosen, and the facilities provided. On average, the tour cost can range from USD 2000 to USD 5000 per person. It's essential to check what's included in the package, such as accommodation, meals, permits, transportation, and guide services, to understand the overall value.

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  • Mount Kailash: Mount Kailash, standing tall at 6,638 meters (21,778 feet), is a sacred peak in the Tibetan Autonomous Region of China. It is considered holy by followers of Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Bon religion. The mountain's distinct four-sided shape and its isolated location add to its mystique.
  • Lake Manasarovar: Known as the "Lake of Consciousness," Manasarovar is one of the highest freshwater lakes in the world. Its tranquil turquoise waters surrounded by snow-capped peaks create a stunning and serene landscape. Many pilgrims believe that bathing in the lake's waters can cleanse them of sins and bring about spiritual enlightenment.
  • Religious significance: The region holds immense religious significance for Hindus, Buddhists, Jains, and followers of the Bon religion. For Hindus, it is the abode of Lord Shiva and the source of four major rivers: the Indus, Sutlej, Brahmaputra, and Karnali. Buddhists believe it to be the center of the universe and the manifestation of Mount Meru, their spiritual axis.
  • Kailash Parikrama (Circumambulation): Undertaking the sacred Kailash Parikrama involves circumambulating Mount Kailash on foot. This demanding trek is about 52 kilometers long and takes three days to complete. It is believed that completing this circuit brings spiritual merit and cleanses one of their sins.
  • Challenging adventure: The tour is not only a religious pilgrimage but also an adventurous journey through remote and high-altitude terrains. The rugged landscape, high passes, and extreme weather conditions make it a challenging and rewarding experience for trekkers and adventurers.
  • Cultural immersion: The tour provides an opportunity to interact with the local Tibetan people and experience their unique culture and traditions. You'll witness monasteries, prayer flags, and other religious symbols that are deeply ingrained in the Tibetan way of life.
  • Scenic beauty: Throughout the journey, you'll be surrounded by awe-inspiring natural beauty. From the Himalayan mountain range to the vast Tibetan Plateau, the landscape is diverse and spectacular.
  • Pristine environment: The region around Mount Kailash and Lake Manasarovar is relatively untouched by modern development, making it a pristine and spiritually charged environment.
  • Spiritual experience: The tour offers a chance for inner reflection and a deep spiritual experience, as you are surrounded by the Himalayas' majesty and the serenity of the sacred lake.
  • Pilgrimage with like-minded individuals: The tour attracts people from different countries and cultures who come together with a shared purpose of spiritual exploration and adventure, creating a unique and enriching experience for all.

Day to Day Itinerary

The first day is the day you arrive at the Land of The Himalayas-Nepal. You will be landing at Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu. We cordially welcome you at the airport and transfer you to our hotel in Kathmandu. After your hotel check-in formalities, you can get refreshed and get some rest to overcome the tiresome long-haul flight, perhaps!In the evening, a short briefing session will be held to familiarize you all about your upcoming trips. 

Overnight  in Kathmandu.

  • Accommodation: Three Star Hotel.
  • Location: Kathmandu.
  • Altitude: 1350m.

Enjoy your breakfast in the morning. Today, we will have a full day sightseeing tour in sacred sites in Kathmandu. All these sites will be the UNESCO World Heritage Sites : Kathmandu Durbar Square, Swayambhunath, Pashupatinath Temple and Boudhanath.
Overnight in Kathmandu.

  • Meals: Breakfast.
  • Accommodation: Three Star Hotel.
  • Location: Kathmandu.

Today, after breakfast, we will drive to Nagarkot hill station. But first, we hit the road to Patan Durbar Square, yet another UNESCO World Heritage Site in the valley.Patan Durbar Square, to the south of Kathmandu, is known for its rich tradition of arts and architectures especially of handicrafts, stone carvings, metal statues and idols. Sunset in Nagarkot.

Overnight in Nagarkot.

  • Meals: Breakfast.
  • Accommodation: Four Star Hotel.
  • Location: Nagarkot.
  • Altitude: 2175m.

Early morning, we will walk up to the view point, a platform with a view tower from where we can enjoy the view of mountains and sunrise and the valleys around.
After breakfast, we will drive to  Doleshowor Mahadev which is known as the head of Kedarnath.

Overnight in Kathmandu.

  • Meals: Breakfast.
  • Accommodation: Three Star Hotel.
  • Location: Kathmandu.
  • Altitude: 1350m.

Today, we will be driving to Kyirong (Nepal-Tibet) border. The drive takes around 6-7 hours approximately, to reach Kyirong. Breakfast in the morning at the hotel. We pack our luggage and get ready for check-out from the hotel. We will be picked up from our hotel and begin our drive to Kyirong. Enjoy the mesmerizing countryside views, landmarks, forests, waterfalls along the route. After arrival at the border, we complete our border formalities in the Nepalese side and cross the bridge to reach Tibet side border. Our guide and driver will assist in completing all the necessary immigration formalities. After completing the immigration process, we will continue our drive to Kyirong town (22km). Arrive at the hotel and check-in. Get refreshed and some rest.
Overnight in Kyirong.

  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
  • Accommodation: Lodges.
  • Location: Kyirong.
  • Altitude: 3750m.

We will enjoy our breakfast at the hotel. Today, we will not be traveling but get our body ready for high altitude travel for next days. We will stay in Kyirong for acclimatization. It is especially important to get rid of high-altitude sickness. Our body needs to adapt to the decrease of oxygen in high altitude allowing ourselves to adjust with the change in its environment. We can have a walk around in the city or have a brief hike to keep our body to adjust to the environment and altitude.

Overnight in Kyirong.

  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
  • Accommodation: Lodges.
  • Location: Kyirong.
  • Altitude: 2600m.

Today after breakfast, we drive first drive to Saga, a town located at the bank of River Brahmaputra River. It takes around 2-3 hours’ drive around 105km from Kyirong. Crossing Saga, we continue to drive to Zhongba (Dongba) for another 2.5 to 3 hours which is around 165km from Saga. After arrival at Zhongba, we will take a rest for the day. Dinner and Overnight stay in Zhongba.

Our overnight stay will be at the hotel in Zhongba.

  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
  • Accommodation: Lodges.
  • Location: Zhongba.
  • Altitude: 4400m.

Early morning, we will drive from Zhongba to Lake Mansarovar. After 6 hours of driving (325km), we will reach Horchu which is to the east coast of Lake Mansarovar. From Horchu, we will change the transportation and begin our Holy Lake Mansarovar Parikrama (circumambulation) in a clockwise direction. During our drive around, we will have a layover for performing pooja and Hawana at the lakeshore of Lake Mansarovar. We will have a holy dip in the Holy Lake as well.

Dinner and night stay beside Mansarovar.

  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
  • Accommodation: Lodges.
  • Location: Mansarovar.
  • Altitude: 4500m.

In the morning, we will have a morning bath and puja at lake Mansarovar. After completion, we will head towards Tarchen (a.k.a. Darchen) which is located at 35km north of the lake at the foothill of Mt. Kailash. This small town is also considered as the gateway and base camp for Parikrama (circumambulation) of Kailash. A complete Parikrama of holy Mt. Kailash covers 52 km, starting from Tarchen and ending at the same spot.

Dinner and overnight in Tarchen.

  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
  • Accommodation: Lodges.
  • Location: Tarchen.
  • Altitude: 4575m.

After breakfast at Darchen/Tarchen, we start our drive to Tarboche (Yama-Dwar/ Yama-Sthal), 7km to the west. From Tarboche, our accompany of porters with horses and yaks are gathered to join our trekking for this holy Parikrama/Kora.

From Tarboche, one can return to Darchen if seems like unable to circumambulate by walking and wait there for those returning from this parikrama/kora at Darchen. It takes around 3 days to complete the circumambulation of Mt. Kailash. We start our trekking from Yama-Dwar. From Yama-Dwara to Deraphuk – the first leg – is about 10km and takes around 5-7 hours walk depending upon the average speed of the participants. En route, one can expect the flat and moderate ascend almost throughout. However, a sudden rapid ascend is encountered in the last part of the trail for about half an hour from Deraphuk. This place stands at the elevation of 4,920m to the north of Mt. Kailash.
Overnight in Deraphuk.

  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
  • Accommodation: Lodges.
  • Location: Deraphuk.
  • Altitude: 4,920m

The trek to Zuthulphuk is considered the climax and the toughest in the entire kora due to the high altitude and the steep ascend and descend in the leg. We will trek through the rocky-mountains to reach Zuthulphuk, 22km from Deraphuk. Early morning, we start our trek uphill for an hour or more until the trail converts to a soft ascend at the elevation around 4,900m. This is where your primary needs actually come to function.

Hiking uphill for around 4 hours, we will reach to the highest point of the trip, called “Dolma La Pass”, at the elevation of 5,800m. There is a place atop Dolma La pass, known as Shivasthal. Crossing this pass, our descent begins and this descent trail leads us to a beautiful glacial lake called the “Gauri Kunda”. From this elevation, the trail rapidly descends to the base of Gauri Kunda after 1-2 hours passing through the rocky land. With great relief in mind after such a push, our eyes and legs will be happy to see a flat and comfort trail ahead. From here, it will take another 2 hours of comfort walk until we finally conquer Zuthulphuk (4,820m).
Overnight in Zuthulphuk.

  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
  • Accommodation: Lodge.
  • Location: Zuthulphuk
  • Altitude: 4820m.

Finally, the last day is here to circumnavigate the holy Kailash.

After breakfast, we hike to down to our pick up point along the flat and easy trail for about 2-3 hours short trek (16 km). After arrival, we will be picked up by our vehicle and drive to Darchen. From Darchen we continue our return drive for around 5 hours, 350km and reach Zhongba (Dzongba). Lunch en route.

Tonight, after dinner, we will retire at Zhongba.

  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
  • Accommodation: Lodge.
  • Location: Zhongba.
  • Altitude: 4640m.

This morning after breakfast, we will drive to Saga, the same route we came earlier. Crossing Saga and Brahmaputra river, we continue our drive to Kyirong. After 6-hour drive from Zhongba, we will finally arrive at Kyirong.

Overnight at Kyirong.

  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
  • Accommodation: Lodge.
  • Location: Kyirong.

After breakfast, we drive for around 1 hour and reach Kyirong border (22km). After completing our immigration formalities at the border, we continue our drive to Kathmandu. It will take around 6-7 hours (170km from Shyabrubesi to Kathmandu), depending upon traffic en route, to reach Kathmandu. Arrive at the hotel and get refreshed and some rest. The evening is leisure.

Overnight at hotel in Kathmandu.

  • Meals: Breakfast and Lunch.
  • Accommodation: Three Star Hotel.
  • Location: Kathmandu.
  • Altitude: 1350m.

Morning breakfast at the hotel. It has come to the end of our exciting Nepal Kailash Mansarovar Tour program today. Our representative will take us to the airport, an hour or two before the scheduled flight. So, we get our luggage ready for the final departure back home. We greet and bid a farewell for your happy journey back home.
We hope you have a memorable trip. We thank you very much for being with us and letting us be a part of your memories to cheer for.

  • Meals: Breakfast.
  • Location: Kathmandu.
  • Altitude: 1350m.

What's Included

  • Accommodation on twin/double sharing on 3 star hotels in Kathmandu.
  • Daily Breakfast.
  • Ground transport on private basis as per itinerary.
  • English Speaking Guide as per itinerary.
  • Entrance fees in city tour.
  • Tibet Visa and Permit Charges.
  • Hotel Tax and VAT.
  • Lunch and Dinner.
  • Nepal Visa charge.
  • Any type of international fare and insurance.
  • Personal nature expenses drinks, laundry, phone bills.
  • Tips (not mandatory but expected).
  • Which is not in Cost Column.

Price & Dates

Start DateEnd DatePriceAvailability 
14 May, 202428 May, 2024US$ 1899Guaranteed

Useful Information

Useful Information about Kailash Mansarovar Tour from Nepal

  • Visa: For Indian Passport holder, our representative will collect from your office location/ collection center because we have to issue Chinese visa from Delhi and after getting visa , we will revert your passport to collection center/ Booking Agent.
  •  Best time to go Kailash Sarovar Yatra is: May, June, July, August & 1st week of September.
  • Medical, Evacuation and Rescue: In any bad accident cases, we will arrange to back from your location by private transport, horse or available transportation and will manage permit but client should be paid directly to our representative. So we suggest to our guest, please issue insurance through a good reliable insurance company then if you face any problem in journey then can claim your medical expenses after back your home country.
  • Minimum group size 20 person or group joining. Maximum size 40 Person in one group.
  •  Below 20 person: we have two option: 1) Group joining with other group. 2) Cost would be changed and it would be increased cost.
  • If you want to avoid Kathmandu to Shyaprubenshi drive, we will provide Helicopter Charter Service from Kathmandu to Shyprubenshi/Kyuring but this cost is not included on our price. Helicopter Charter from Kathmandu to Shyaprubensi or vice versa USD1495.00 one way and allocated maximum 05 people in one Helicopter.

Essential items: to be kept on one's person at all times:

  • Passport
  • Important phone numbers/Emergency contact number
  • Currency-cash
  • Credit/Debit card.
  • Photo ID card with name of tour operator, leader, emergency contact.
  • Medicine (if you are user of regular medicine).

General list:

  • T-Shirts
  • Undergarments
  • Thermals
  • Full sleeves shirts/Kurta
  • Jeans/warm/thick pants
  • Fleece jacket
  • Bathing suit
  • Rain Poncho
  • Thin towels
  • Gloves and Mittens
  • Socks
  • Hiking shoes
  • Light walking shoes
  • Sunscreen SPF 30+
  • Sunglasses with 100%UV protection.
  • Luggage locks
  • Luggage name tags
  • Photocopy of passport in each piece of luggage with address and contact info.
  • Torch/Flash light and batteries
  • Cameras with extra storage memory cards/batteries
  • Plug adapters ( In Nepal and Tibet the plug is same as Indian type)
  • Pen and diary/notebook
  • Plastic bags to separately pack used and unused dresses.
  • Chocolates
  • Biscuits, snacks, nuts


  • Regular toiletries as per you need
  • Moisturizing cream
  • Tissues
  • Wet wipes
  • Toilet paper, soap, shampoo
  • Medication:
  • Prescriptions as per your need
  • Diamox
  • Aspirin/Disprin/Pain reliever
  • Diarrhea medicine, Immodium, charcoal tablet
  • Plenty of rehydration electrolyte salt sachet
  • Motion sickness tablets
  • Paracetemol, tylenol etc
  • Throat lozenges

Clothes and Shoes:

  • Thick woolen sweater
  • Woolen pants
  • Waterproof jackets
  • Winter jacket
  • Thermal wear (tops and pants)
  • Pullover or fleece jacket
  • Cotton t-shirts and pants
  • Gloves
  • Woolen socks
  • Hiking shoes (bring extra laces) - ankle length hiking shoes provide more support
  • Tennis shoes to wear on breaks/ night
  • Sandals with back strap to wear on breaks/ night
  • Warm scarf
  • Neck warmers
  • Wide hats/ caps for shade
  • Bandanas
  • Sleeping Bags