Nepal Pilgrimage Tours :
Nepal is the only Hindu Kingdom in the world and tourists from all over the world come here to visit various Hindu Pilgrimage sites. Buddhism is equally popular in Nepal and so are Buddhist pilgrimage sites.

Tour Itinerary

Day1 : Kathmandu Arrive at Kathmandu airport, Our company representative will meet and transfer to your respective hotel .Evening free at Leisure. . Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day2 : Kathmandu After Breakfast Full day sighseeing tour of Kathmandu city, Swayambhunath, Pashupatinath and Boudanath. Swayambhu- A large stupa, highly revered in Nepal, and one of the most sacred Buddhist sites in the country. It offers great views over the city. . Budha Stupa - One of the most sacred sites for Tibetan Buddhism. It is a must see in Kathmandu Pashupatinath - An important temple to Shiva in the form of Lord of Animals. See monkeys, cremation, sadhus and a holy cave. Morning is a great time to go. Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 3 : Kathmandu – Chitwan After breakfast, drive to Chitwan National Park(approx 05 hrs). Chitwan National Park has long been one the country' treasures of natural wonders. The park is situated in south central Nepal, covering 932 sq. km. in the subtropical lowlands of the inner TERAI. The park consists of a diversity of ecosystems, including the Churia hills, ox-bow lakes and the flood plains of the Rapti, Reu and Narayani rivers.Chitwan is famous for Gharial Breeding Center, Kasara 1Km. A crocodile breeding center.Lake Lamital ,Lake Devital, Bikram Baba' , a religious site,Chitwan Hatisar Elephant Breeding Center, Bishajari Tal (20000 Lakes). This lake chain is made up of many small lakes spreading and covering huge area of national park and World Elephant Polo Competition. Overnight stay in Chitwan Jungle Lodge.

Day 4 : Chitwan After breakfast Full day Jungle activities like Hiking, Jungle Safari, Elephant ride,Boating in Rapti and Motorcycle Safari Explore the Jungle and traditional Tharu villages on a classic motorcycle. Overnight at Hotel.

Day 5 : Chitwan - Lumbini After breakfast drive to Lumbini (Birth place of Lord Buddha). Evening free at Leisure. Overnight at Hotel.

Day 6 : Lumbini After breakfast visit Lumbini Garden, Shanti Stupa, Ashokan Pillar - an inscribed pillar erected by Emperor Ashoka (249 BC) on the spot of Buddha's birth. The inscription, which is the oldest in Nepal, grants Lumbini a tax-free status in honor of Buddha’s birth, Buddhist Temples - there are foundations of temples dating from the 2nd century BC to the 9th century AD, and two modern temples: one in Tibetan style, the Dharma Swami Maharaja Buddha Temple, which was built by the king of Mustang, and one Nepalese Theravada style building, the Lumbini Buddha Vihar, which was built by the Nepalese government and contains Tibetan-style frescoes and Newari-style Buddhist images. Outside the main complex, there are other temples built in the styles of countries where Buddhism is the predominant religion, such as Chinese, Japanese and Burmese, The Japan Peace Stupa - the 41m imposing structure is situated at the northern end of the gardens, The Lumbini Museum displays artifacts from the Mauryan and Kushana periods, religious manuscripts and other items discovered at the site and The Lumbini International Research Institute (LIRI) is devoted to the study of Buddhism and other religions. It houses an extensive collection of books on religion, art and architecture Overnight at Hotel.

Day 7 : Lumbini – Pokhara After breakfast drive to Pokhara. The Valley of lakes", linked by prithvi rajmarg is situated 200Kms south west of Kathmandu. The scenic valley of Pokhara is an enormous sunlit playground covered by green frosted hills, waterfalls, terraced fields. The beauty of the valley at 900m is further enhanced by its three lakes Phewa, Begnas and Rupa. Pokhara also offers excellent views of Dhaulagiri, Himalchuli, the five peaks of Annapurna and Machapuchare.

Day 8 : Pokhara Full day sightseeing tour of Pokhara city, visiting the villages, boating in the lake and enjoy splendid views of the mountains, looming over the horizon. Pokhra stands at 884mts, while Phokra valley is mostly inhabited by high caste Hindus (Bahuns and Chhetris), the hills around Pokhra are predominantly inhabited by ethnic Gurungs. These sturdy tribal people continue to play an important part in the Gurkha regiments in India and overseas and their earnings have a major impact on the local economy. Overnight in hotel, with nice garden and fine views of the lake and mountains.

Day 9 : Pokhara – Kathmandu After breakfast, drive back to kathmandu Free day in Kathmandu visitingKing's Palace - Giant fruit bats hanging from the tall trees and 20 foot-tall bamboo around the otherwise modern (and well secured) palace are a sight-- especially around sunset when they depart en masse, Thamel Chowk - lots of restaurants and shops, Freak Street - Historic home of western hippies seeking enlightenment, but now just a few restaurants and hotels, Nasal Chowk Statues, temples and the Rana museum and Garden of Dreams - Relax in this beautiful and peaceful walled garden close to the King's Palace Overnight at Hotel.

Day 10 : Kathmandu After breakfast, transfer to Airport for onward journey