Kathmandu, Pokhara, Lumbini, Muktinath Tour provides you the great chance to explore the famous heritages listed under UNESCO sites like: the tree Durbar squares (Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Patan). Explore the beautiful natural sites of Pokhara: Himalayas, Lakes , caves and many more, many ancient monuments and also get a religious relief through Muktinath.
Kathmandu, the most populated and central part of the country provides many monasteries and temples enlisted under the world heritage sites. It is also known as the “City of temples” as we get an opportunity to visit temples in every steps. Boudanath Stupa, Pashupatinath Temple, Bhaktapur Darbar Square, Patan Darbar Square, Kathmandu Darbar Square and Changunarayan are some of heritages enlisted under world heritage sites. Tour starts from Kathmandu observing the monasteries and analyzing the local “Newari” culture of the region. Then to the Pokhara, one of the beautiful cities providing many opportunities for exploring natural and adventures sites. Here, you can visit the famous lakes : Rupa, Begnas, Fewa and caves : Mahendra, Bat, Gupteshwor along with the marvelous views of stuning mountains like: Annapurna I, Dhaulagiri, Langtang to the northern phrase. You can have the beautiful view of mirror image of Mt. Macchapuchrey on Fewa lake. It also provides the great opportunity for adventures like: bungee jumping, paragliding, mountain biking etc. to the adventurous individuals. It also offers the panaromic views of sunset and sunrise from the hillstation called “World Peace Pagoda” and “Sarangkot”. Lumbini, the main destination of Buddhists pilgrimage located at 350km south west to the Kathmandu and the birth place of lord “Buddha”. Here, you can explore the remaining stupas and monasteries. One of the world heritage sites Lumbini, has many attractive ancient monuments including the pillar named “Ashoka” made by an Indian emperor “Ashoka”,”Mayadevi(mother of lord Buddha) Temple”, a statue of her appearance is made which is worshipped by the people, “Puskar” pond, a pond nearby the temple where Mayadevi took bath after giving birth to lord Buddha. Muktinath, one of the famous temple and main destination of hindus and Buddhists pilgrimages is derived of two words “Mukti” and “Nath”. “Mukti” means “salvation” and “Nath” means “god”. Hindus also considered it as “Muktishetra” whereas Buddhists considered it as the place where Guru Rinpoche (Padmasambhava) mediated while on his way to Tibet. Situating in the foot of Himalayas, it provides marvelous views of stunning Himalayas. You can explore the “Vhishnu Temple” built in “Pagoda” style, an eaternal blue flame keeps burning in the temple. 108 water sprouts among which 105th is Muktinath located in the backyard of the temple. Nearby a temple called “Jwalamai” can be observed. “Saligrams”, considered as the remaining of lord “Vishnu” is worshipped by “Vaishnavas” which is found in the bank of “Kaligandaki” river. The tour includes all the cultural, natural and religious adventures. So, it is best for the people who want to have such all rounded adventures.