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7 Night 8 Day

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1400 m M.

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Breakfast & Dinner


Mid February to May, Mid August to December

Kathmandu, Pokhara, Janakpur, and Muktinath is a popular tour package of Nepal Scenic and Culture Tour which concludes with an overwhelming moment around the high hills of Pokhara with great views of the Annapurna Himalaya, and then returning to Kathmandu after a fantastic holiday around the best part of Nepal with excellent services of Adventure Great Himalaya. It is a lovely and pleasurable vacation to see the most beautiful and scenic locations in Nepal. Nepal is a beautiful nation that contains many holy sites especially of Hindu and Buddhist pilgrims. The Hindu temples of Pashupatinath, Manakamana, and Muktinath are well-known and significant sites. The capital of Nepal is known as the city of temples, so it is significant for all Hindu religious people around the world.

Kathmandu consists of seven World Heritages Sites listed by UNESCO includes the Durbar Squares of Hanuman Dhoka (Kathmandu), Patan and Bhaktapur, the Buddhist stupas of Swoyambhu stupa and Bouddha stupa and the Hindu temples of Pashupatinath and Changu Narayan.

Janakpur, the birthplace of Goddess Sita, also known as Janaki, is Lord Ram's consort. The main Janaki temple is completely constructed in a bright white unique style of classical and neo-classical design architectures with rich mithila style architectures.

Janakpur Dham is a significant and holy Hindu pilgrimage site. Every year, thousands of pilgrims from Nepal, India, Sri Lanka, and other countries visit the Ram Janaki temple to worship Lord Ram and Goddess Sita. The main ceremonies are held in Janapur during Ram Nawami, Bibaha Panchami, Dhahain, and Tihar. Aside from the main Janaki temple, the most visited pilgrimage sites include Ram Mandir, Laxman Mandur, Bibaha Mandap, Ganga Sagar Lake, and Dhanusa Sagar nearby temple. Another pilgrimage site in Janakpur is Dhanusa Dham, which is about 25 kilometers away from the main Janaki Temple. Janakpur is 225 kilometers south of Kathmandu and 20 kilometers from the Indian border.

Muktinath is also a popular pilgrimage site for both Hindu and Buddhist pilgrims. This is a Vishnu temple in Mustang Valley, Nepal, at the foot of the Thorong La mountain pass. At 3800 meters above sea level, it is the world's highest temple. The name "Mukti" means receiving the place which is free from the cycle of birth and death, which is the home of Lord Vishnu, who is the preserver of the whole universe.

Another well-known Hindu pilgrimage site is Manakamana Temple, where visitors must embark on an exciting journey by cable car. The temple is located in the area of Gorkha, which is highly revered by Hindu pilgrims. The syllables "MAN" and "Kamana," which together denote the soul (heart) and the satisfaction of demands or wants, respectively, make up the term "manakamana." Ancient myth states that a trip to the temple will eventually bring about their desired dreams. The mighty Hindu goddess Bhagawati is worshipped here.

·        Pashupatinath Temple:

Pashupatinath temple is most revered Hindu temple in Nepal which is situated on the banks of holy river Bagmati. This temple lies 5km to the east of city center. Prachanda Deva, a Licchavi ruler and a devoted follower of Shiva, is thought to have constructed the temple. It is designed in the Pagoda style with gilt roofing and richly carved silver doors dedicated to Lord Shiva.

Millions of Hindus visit the temple each year to pray and worship Pashupatinath as it is stunning and revered location worth seeing. If you ever travel to Kathmandu, Nepal, make sure you experience this breathtaking ritual. 

·        Boudhanath Stupa

Boudhanath stupa is one of the most important pilgrimage site of Nepal listed as the largest stupas in the world and UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979. Around the 14th century, the Boudhanath Stupa is believed to have been created just after the death of Gautam Buddha. The structure of the building consists of a giant dome, on the top which sits a Buddhist pyramid tower. All of this sits on top of huge steps shaped like mandalas themselves. The stupa rapidly became an focal point to worship and offer. 

·        Swayambhunath Stupa

The Swayambhu Purana claims that the valley was completely covered by a huge lake from which a lotus sprouted. The name Swayambhu, which means "Self-Created," began to be used for the valley. The name derives from a perpetual, self-existent flame (svyabhu), over which a later-erected spa was constructed.  This stupa is the oldest of its kind in Nepal and has numerous shrines and monasteries on its premises. With the inclusion of Hindu temples and deities on this Buddhist site, the stupa has served as a symbol of faith and unity for millennia. The temple is located just 5 km away from Kathmandu.

·        Kathmandu Durbar Square

The UNESCO World Heritage Site KATHMANDU DURBAR SQUARE is one of three squares in Nepal's Kathmandu Valley. Durbar Square (durbar translates to "palace" or "a prince's court") is an important location for Buddhist and Hindu rituals, holy ceremonies, royal events, and kingly coronations. Kathmandu Durbar Square, surrounded by fountains, ancient statues, small ponds, and a series of courtyards such as Mohan Chok and Sundari Chok, is a meditative, religious site for spiritual seekers.

·        Tal Barahi Temple

The Tal Barahi Structure is a two-story pagoda temple on a small island in Pokhara's Phewa Lake that is also known as Lake Temple or Varahi Temple. Goddess Varahi, an incarnation of Goddess Durga, is worshipped here by both Hindu and Buddhist worshippers. King Kulmandhan Shah allegedly erected the temple in response to his dream. With wood, bricks, and stone as its main building materials, the main temple has a large enough premises to hold a sizable number of devotees. It is constructed in the traditional pagoda style.

·        Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave

One of the longest caverns in Nepal, measuring more than 2,000 meters, is the Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave, also known as Bhalu Dulo in the local language. A thunderous sound of water can be heard inside the cave, which is located across from Davi's fall. The cave was supposedly discovered in the 16th century, according to local legend. There weren't any of the contemporary decorations we see now back then. It wasn't until 1991 AD that the cave's main entrance was built.

·        Bindhyabasini Temple

From the east and northeast, stone steps lead up to the Bindhyabasini temple, which is perched on a little hill in Pokhara. One of the most important and tallest Shaktipiths in western Nepal is Bindhyabasini. Between the main ancient market and Bagar, it is located in a little hillock at a height of 3,000 feet. A Saligram-shaped image of Goddess Durga can be found inside the temple. Hinduism uses a saligram, which is a sacred stone, as a form of worship.

·        Manakmana

The wish-fulfilling goddess Manakamana Temple, who is only known to her follower LakhanThapa, is said to have been the queen of Gorkha King Ram Shah (A.D. 1614–1636), according to legend. Manakamana An incredibly well-liked trend among both locals and visitors in Nepal is the CABLE-CAR. Visitors are transported to the temple of Goddess Manakamma, who is reputed to have the ability to grant wishes, via cable car after a 10-minute ride. About 125 kilometers west of Kathmandu is the Manakamana Temple. At Cheres, 104 kilometers from Kathmandu on the road to Pokhara, a cable car journey begins.

·        Janakpur

Janakpur, known as the cultural center for Hindus in Nepal's Terai plains, It has held a special significance for Indian travelers for centuries. Similarly, Janakpur is of particular interest to Thai visitors because the Late King Bhumibol expressed a special affinity for Janakpur as a Mithila cultural center. Every year, the Royal Household of Thailand receives mangoes from the Janakpur orchards. These fruits, which are plentiful during the peak summer months of May to mid-June, are prized for their sweet taste and distinct flavor.  Janakpur is about 390 kilometers and a 10-hour drive from Kathmandu.

·        Muktinath

Temple is a Hindu and Buddhist sacred site located in Muktinath Valley at an elevation of 3,710 meters at the foot of the Thorong La pass in Mustang district, Nepal. Mukti Kshetra, which literally means "place of salvation," is the Hindu name for the sacred site. The temple is primarily of Sri Vaishnava origin and is worshiped by Buddhists. This temple is regarded as the 105th of the 108 available Divya Desam. Prior to the arrival of Buddhism, this location was known as Thiru Saligramam. This houses the Saligrama sila, which is thought to be the naturally occurring form of Sriman Narayana (The Hindu God head). It also happens to be one of the 51 Sakthi peetams. The central shrine of Sri Muktinath is the most important among them.


Day 1


Arrive in Kathmandu - upon arrival our airport representative will meet, assist and transfer to Hotel. Welcome drink at hotel and proceed for briefing regarding the program. Rest of the day at leisure. Overnight stay at Hotel in Kathmandu

Day 2


After breakfast and early morning activities proceed for full-day sightseeing tours. Sightseeing tour of Kathmandu City, Swayambhunath Stupa, Boudhanath Stupa and Pashupatinath Temple. Overnight stay at Hotel in Kathmandu.

Day 3


After breakfast and drive to Janakpur [Approx 225 km] Visit Janaki Temple, Ram Sita Bibaha Mandapa. Overnight stay at Hotel in Janakpur.

Day 4


After breakfast and Drive to Pokhara [approx. 380 km] and transfer to hotel.

Day 5


After breakfast drive for Jomsom. Transfer to Hotel. Overnight stay at Hotel in Jomsom.

Day 6


Early morning about 6 am drive to Muktinath temple for Darshan. Drive back to Jomsom.After breakfast Drive back to pokhara. Upon arrival in Pokhara, transfer to Hotel. Proceed for full-day sightseeing tour in Pokhara which includes Talbarahi, Gupteshwor Mahadev, Devi’s Fall, Phewa Lake and Bindhyabasini Temple. Overnight stay at Hotel in Pokhara.

Day 7


After breakfast and early morning, drive back to Kathmandu inroute visit Manakamana for Darshan and transfer to Hotel. Evening: Free for own activities. Overnight stay at Hotel in Kathmandu.

Day 8


After breakfast and early morning, transfer to the international airport for your onward departure flight.

Hotel rooms are base on Twin/Double room sharing, Package cost Per person Starting Minimum of 2 pax and Valid for Indian Nationals Only


Cost per person


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Deluxe Hotel


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5 Star City Hotel


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1-3 PAX INR 46800 INR 48800 INR 53400 INR 63200 INR 73000 INR  83100
4-7 PAX INR 39000 INR 41000 INR 45600 INR 55400 INR 65200 INR  75300
8-12 PAX INR 34600 INR 36700 INR 41300 INR 51100 INR 60900 INR  71000
13-18 PAX INR 30400 INR 32400 INR 37100 INR 46900 INR 56700 INR  66800
18-28+ PAX INR 27800 INR 29800 INR 34400 INR 44300 INR 54100 INR  64100
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Optional: Mt. Flight INR 10,500 per person including airport transfer.
Tax and Fees 24.3% service charges & VAT Included in mention price


-        - Hotel Accomodation on twin or double sharing

-        - Everyday breakfast and dinner

-        - Sightseeing as per itinerary

-        - Pickup drop and sightseeing by AC vehicle with driver

-        - Chitwan National Park Permit, Jungle Safari, Tharu culture, Canoy, Elephant Breeding Center


-        - Entrance fees of monuments

-       -  Manakamana cable car tickets i.e. INR 550

-        - Personal expenses and Insurance

-        - Other than mentioned 

Special Note: 

City Nights Hotel (Based on Availability)
Kathmandu 3 Normal  Lemon Tree, Tara suites or similar
Deluxe:  Ama-la, , Oasis or similar
3 Star:  Hotel Arts, Fair field or similar
4 Star:  Akama Hotel, Pabera Hotel or similar
5 Star City:  Vivanta, Raddison or similar
5 Star Luxury:  Mariott, Soaltee or similar or similar
Pokhara 2 Normal  Heaven O Ganga, Lake Sore or similar
Deluxe:  Queens Park, Goodwill or similar
3 Star:  Raniban Arcade, Tika Resort or similar
4 Star:  Mt. Kailash, Pokhara Grand or similar
5 Star City:  Water Front, Temple Tree or similar
5 Star Luxury:  Mount Glory, Fish tail Lodge or similar
Janakpur 1 Normal  Hotel Vrindaban or similar
Deluxe:  Hotel Ram Janaki or similar
3 Star:  Hotel Janakpur Inn or similar
4 Star:  Hotel Sitasaram or similar
5 Star City:  Hotel Welcome or similar
5 Star Luxury:  Mithila Yatri Niwas or similar
Muktinath 1 Normal  Hotel Stay Jomsom or similar
Deluxe:  Red House Lodge or similar
3 Star:  Red House Lodge or similar
4 Star:  Hotel Majesty or similar
5 Star City:  OM's Home or similar
5 Star Luxury:  OM's Home or similar


No. of Passengers Vehicle Type Brands
Min 2 pax Car Skoda Rapid / ,Toyota, Tata Manza
4-5 Persons Van / Jeep Toyota Van, Scorpio Jeep
6-12 Persons Hiace Van (14 seater) Toyota Hiace Van

Visa / Passport:

  • Visa not require for Indian Nationality. Voter ID card and passport is valid to travel Nepal for Indian Nationality.

 Airport Pickup: We will be at airport (opposite of the main exit gate) with your printed name

Optional Activity: Everest Mountain Flight is scheduled at 7AM. It is 1 hour flight with breathtaking view of mountain range. Other Optional Activities are Rafting, Paragliding, Ultra-Light, and Zip- flyer. For detail visit

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