Nepal travel information

As the Birth-place of Lord Buddha, Nepal is the holiest place for the Buddhists from all over the world. Buddhists can visit as a pilgrimage and pay the homage to all the Buddhist Shrines in a short period having started from  Lumbini, the Birth-place of Buddha and the world Buddhist Centre, the monasteries constructed by several Buddhist countries from all over the world, Bouddhanath, the considered biggest stupa of the world which fulfills the desire of everybody according to the Tibetan Buddhism, Swoyambhunath, the most ancient stupa of the world, Patan, the city of arts and crafts with hundreds of Buddhists monasteries and shrines, and Namo Buddha where in the past life, Buddha has offered his flashes to an old tigress and her calves, including many Tibetan monasteries wherever you want to visit.

Day 01: Arrival transfer to hotel.

Day 02: Visit Bouddha Nath, Swoyambhu Nath and Patan

Day 03: Visit Dhulikhel, a 2 hours walk to Namo Buddha and 3 hours walk to Panauti.

Day 04: Kathmandu-Lumbini (by vehicle or by plane)

Day 05: Lumbini-Kathmandu

Day 06: Departure Transfer

If you wishes to visit one or more Tibetan monasteries it takes one or two days more.


The same program can be done as follows exploring the major parts of Nepal

Day 01: Arrival transfer to hotel.

Day 02: Visit Kathmandu, Swayambhu, Patan

Day 03: Visit Bouddhanath, Pashupatinath, Bhaktapur.

Day 04: Visit Namo Buddha and back to Kathmandu

Day 05: Kathmandu-Pokhara

Day 06: Pokhara- Lumbini

Day 07: Lumbini-Chitwan National Park

Day 08: Chitwan

Day 09: Chitwan Kathmandu

Day 10: Departure transfer for the international flight connection

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