Exploring the ancient culture, monuments listed under the world heritage sites like Kathmandu Durbar Square, Pashupatinath Temple, Boudanath stupa, Patan Darbar Square etc. Tour provides the best views of Himalayas : Annapurna, Manaslu, Dhaulagiri and many more in the beautiful city of lake, Pokhara with religious relief of Muktinath Temple.
Tour to the Pokhara from Kathmandu and then to the Muktinath is best for the people who want to explore the ancient architectures along with scenic beauty and religious norms. Kathmandu, highly populated central part of the country keeps long history in itself. You can visit many cultural and historical places and temples as it is also known as the “City of temples”. You can observe the ancient heritages listed under the world heritage sites like: Boudanath Stupa, Pashupatinath Temple, Kathmandu Darbar Square, Patan Darbar Square, Bhaktapur Darbar Square, Changunarayan and Syambhunath. It also provides an opportunity to analyze the Newari culture of this region. Pokhara, one of the naturally blessed region situated 200km far from Kathmandu in the lap of Annapurna region has many beautiful and adventures natural sites. You can visit the famous lakes and caves here, lakes like: Fewa, Rupa, Begnas and caves like: Bat, Mahendra, Gopteshwor etc. And can have the beautiful views of sun set on the hillstation called “World Peace Pagoda” and “Sarangkot”. Stunning Himalayas: Annapurna I, Dhaulagiri, Langtang to the north of this region are much fascinating. Along with this, you can see the mirror image of Mt. Macchapuchrey on the lake Fewa. It also provides an adventures sites like : bungee jumping, paragliding, mountain biking and many more to the individuals who wants adventures fun in nature. Having much more beautiful and marvelous natural beauty in itself, Pokhara is being the main destination of foreigners each year. Muktinath, one of the main destination of Hindus and Buddhists pigrimages is also known as the “Temple of salvation” and is situated at an altitude of 3710 meters. The region has it’s specialty for both Hindus and Buddhists people. Hindus consider it as “Muktichetra” whereas, Buddhists consider it as a place where Guru Rinpoche (Padmasambhava) mediated while on his way to Tibet. You can explore the temple of “God Vishnu” built in “Pagoda” style and 108 water sprouts located in backyard of the temple where pilgrimages take ritual bath. 105th water sprout is Muktinath among the 108 Divya Desham. Nearby is a temple called “Jwala Mai”, an eaternal blue flame keeps burning in the temple. The temple is located in the foot of Himalayas. So, you can get the opportunity to observe the stunning Himalayas. “Shaligrams” found in Kaligandaki river are considered as the remaining of lord “Vishnu” and is worshipped by “Vaishnavas”. Tour to Muktinath is best for getting religious relief.