Hindu Pilgrimage Tour 6 days

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Highlights

Trip Grade
Easy,
Accommodation
Hotel In The City
Transportation
Private Car/ Van/ Bus/ Flight
Best Season
March-May, Oct - November
  • Visit the supreme GOD of the Hindus Pashupatinath temple.
  • Visit naturalist paradise Pokhara
  • Explore historical and cultural Kathmandu valley
  • Experience Cable car and visit wish fulfilling Goddess Manakamana.

Hindu Pilgrimage Tour Overview

नेपालमा हिन्दु तिर्थ यात्रा
Nepal is the ultimate destination to the Hindu Pilgrims. Hindu Pilgrimage Tour includes the visit to the supreme GOD of the Hindu Pashupatinath and other the holy sites. You will explore other major tourist attractions in Kathmandu and in Pokhara.
Nepal is considered as a naturalist paradise. Encounter with the cultural people, visit UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Himalayan view from Pokhara would be a life lasting sweet memory. No other places in the world could be compared to its natural beauty. Nepal became a choice of “must visit a country in your lifetime” travelers.
We are always thinking of your pleasant holiday in Nepal.
To happen the tour smoothly we are very sincere in choosing the Hotel, Transport, guide, and restaurant. We will always stay connected to an immediate response or you wish to add or amend your itinerary. We give very high value to your holiday and money.
You are our distinguished guest, here your dream comes true with our professionalism.
Note: The Hindu deeply believed in a holy bath to the pristine lake, Damodar Kunda, and Gosain Kunda to wash the sin. There are many other Hindu shrine and temples mentioned in great Hindu Epic and you must extend your stay to visit these sacred places.

Pashupatinath temple: The Supreme GOD Shiva temple,. You are advised to visit in the evening if you wish to do Aarati (lighting butter lamp) and offering. Please mind that it may be difficult to wait without eating for a long time.

Budhanilkantha Temple:
This is the biggest stone sculpture in Nepal, is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. The main statue is made of single black stone is 5 m tall and 13m long. Budanilkantha temple is situated to the north of Kathmandu. The Hindu visit this temple to pray for Lord Vishnu to fulfill their wishes. The Hindu observe the biggest festival on Haribodhini Ekadasi (October/ November) at Budanilkantha.
Swyambhunath (Eyes of GOD):
The temple is situated to the south west of Kathmandu on a hilltop. This is one of the holiest sites to Hindu Pilgrimage. The ever seeing Buddha Eyes are painting in the middle of the main stupa which is wisely looking to the valley. Swyambhu offers a beautiful view of the Kathmandu valley. The temple is mainly built according to Vajrayana tradition (Newa Buddhism) and other small temples are scattered around the main stupa.
Pokhara City:
Pokhara, the tourism capital of Nepal is 200KM west of Kathmandu. It is 827m high from sea level has a panoramic view to Annapurna Himalayan Range. Pokhara is a base for trekkers to Annapurna and Dhaulagiri. The major tourist spots are Barahi temple, Bindhyabasini, Seti River gorge, David falls, Lake fewa, Sarangkot, Peace Pagoda. The major adventure around Pokhara is Bungy jump, Paragliding, Zip Flyer and Rafting.

Damodar Kunda and Muktinath:
Damodar Kunda (holy lake) is considered as the holiest place in the Himalayas to the north of Pokhara. You should be prepared to take an adventure trekking for multiple days trek to go to Damodar Kunda. Take a bath at the lake and holy river Kali Gandaki and purify yourself. The Muktinath (God of Salvation) is also situated in Annapurna at the bank of Kali Gandaki river.  Taking a bath at 108 taps at Muktinath is believed to wash all your bad Karma. If you wish to visit them, please write to us. We will provide you with the details.

Day to Day Itinerary

Whats Included?

Accommodation
  • Accommodation in the Hotel on BB.
Other
  • English speaking city tour guide.
  • Manakamana Cable car ticket.

Whats not Included?

Not Included
  • Monastery or temple entrance fees.
  • International flights, visa and departure taxes
  • Travel insurance (if any lost, damage or cancellation)
  • Tips and gratuities (crew will expect the tipping)
  • Personal expenses such as drinks, postage, laundry
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu/ Pokhara
  • Costs arising from unforeseen events outside the control of AATE