Hindu Pilgrimage Tour in Nepal - 13 Days

Trip Overview
  • Duration 13 Days
  • Difficulty Level Easy or Grade A (*)
  • DestinationNepal
  • Meals & AccommodationBreakfast & chitwan fullboard
  • Trip Start & EndKathmandu to Kathmandu
  • Trip TypeTour & Safari
  • Major AttractionMuktinath, Pokhara, chitwan Kathmandu
  • Maximum Altitude3880 Meters
  • Best TimeAll year

The Hindu Pilgrimage Tour in Nepal is a 13-day Itinerary that takes you to the pilgrimage sites of places like Kathmandu, Pokhara, Muktinath in Jomsom, Lumbini, Chitwan National Park, and Janakpur. It visits Nepal's sacred places of high religious significance to Hindus. 

The 13-day Hindu Pilgrimage Tour in Nepal is for both Hindus and non-Hindus. For Hindus, it is like a 13-day homage to Hindu pilgrims. However, it is a very in-depth exploration and insight into Nepali culture and tradition for non-Hindus. The architectural, historical, and cultural special features come alive through the knowledge gained during the temple visits on this journey.

The Best Hindi Pilgrimage Tour in Nepal package is a spiritual trip to places that are part of the Nepali Hindu religion. You will visit plenty of temples and religiously important sites on your excursion. Spirituality and Hindu temples will be the central theme during this Hindu Pilgrim Tour trip. This is a tour of Nepal designed especially to visit places where the presence of Hindu temples is very high. The Pilgrimage destinations you will visit over 13 days are greatly revered by Hindus and others who follow the path of spirituality.

The Nepal Pilgrimage Tour Itinerary starts in Kathmandu with sightseeing in the city. On the sightseeing tour, you will visit Pashupatinath Temple, Guhyeshwari Temple, Jal Narayan Temple, Swayambhunath, Kathmandu Durbar Square, and Budhanilkantha Temple. Afterward, the itinerary takes you from Kathmandu to Pokhara by car. En route on the pilgrimage journey, you will also visit Manakamana Temple by cable car. From Pokhara, the Hindu Pilgrimage Tour in Nepal 13 Days Itinerary progresses towards the Foot of the Thorong la pass, where one of the revered temples, Muktinath temple, is located. To reach Muktinath Temple, you will board a private vehicle for a short drive. 

Travellers will stay in Muktinath areas for one day, where devotees will perform Holy Bath, Puja, etc., in the temple. The next morning, after the final Muktinath temple darshan, drive back to Pokhara for the Pokhara sightseeing. During Pokhara Sightseeing the Hindu Pilgrimage Tour in Nepal Itinerary includes includes visiting different pilgrimage sites around the city like David's Fall, Gupteshwar Mahadev Cave, Pumdikot Shiva Statue, Seti George, Bindhyabasini Temple, Barahi Temple, and Phewa Lake. In addition, you will enjoy extra activities like the Phewa Lake boat ride in the evening or the early morning. 

Once again scheduled as per the 13 Days Hindu Pilgrimage Tour in Nepal Itinerary, you will take a drive from Pokhara to Lumbini, the birthplace of the Lord Buddha. In Lumbini, pilgrims will visit the Japanese Stupa, Chinese Stupa, Ashoka Pillars, Vietnam Stupa, Buddha's birthplace, the Maya Devi Temple, and many other Buddhist Stupas. 

The following day's itinerary of the hindu pilgrimage trip takes you from Lumbini to Chitwan National Park. Travellers will stay in Chitwan for two days as arranged at Best Hindi Pilgrimage Tour in Nepal Itinerary and enjoy different programs like the Tharu Cultural program and Jungle Safari Activities. From Chitwan National Park, the next destination is Janakpur. The Janakpur sightseeing for the day covers visiting different pilgrimage sites like Janaki temple, Vivah Mandam, Ram Mandir, and Dhanush Sagar. After sightseeing for the day, enjoy the Ganga Aarati in the evening which is one of the best part of the 13 Days Hindu Pilgrimage Tour in Nepal Itinerary. 

From Janakpur, you will journey back to Nagarkot. On the way, you can stop at Kailashnath Mahadev and Doleshwor Mahadev. You will Spend a night at Nagarkot, and then you will take a drive back to Bhaktapur and then Patan for sightseeing activities. You will visit different places on this day, like Changu Narayan Temple, Bhaktapur Durbar Square, and Patan Durbar Square. 

The 13-day Nepal pilgrimage tour package is the best Itinerary covering all of Nepal's pilgrimage sites revered by Hindus and Buddhists in a short timeframe. It is also a family-friendly tour package, suitable for all ages, with comfortable vegetarian-friendly accommodations and plenty of opportunities for pilgrimage site visits, religious exploration, and natural exploration. We at Mountain Rock Treks also provide the option to customise your Itinerary. You can make your trip longer or shorter and include different activities like a helicopter trip to Muktinath instead of taking a drive from Pokhara. Go through the 13-day Nepal Pilgrimage tour package Itinerary and other details and contact us for Inquiries, Bookings, and itinerary customization. 

Hindu Pilgrimage Tour in Nepal- 13 Days Major Highlights

  • A spiritually fulfilling and soul-searching 13 days in the holiest temples of Nepal.
  • Explore the majestic Pashupatinath Temple, Swayambhunath (Monkey Temple), Kathmandu Durbar Square, and other historical landmarks in Kathmandu. 
  • Ascend to Manakamana Temple, a wish-granting goddess temple, via a thrilling cable car ride.
  • Drive from Pokhara to Muktinath Temple and participate in darshan (holy viewing), puja (ritual offering), and a holy bath in the sacred springs.
  • Witness the beauty of David's Fall, Gupteshwar Mahadev Cave, Bindhyabasini Temple, and the serene Phewa Lake with Pokhara Sightseeing activities with Nepal Pilgrimage Tour package. 
  • Visit the birthplace of Lord Buddha Lumbini and explore the Maya Devi Temple, Ashoka Pillars, and various Buddhist stupas.
  • Enjoy thrilling jungle safaris, encounter diverse wildlife, and witness the Tharu cultural program in Chitwan National Park. 
  • Explore Janakpur, a place associated with the Ramayana, visit the Janaki Temple, and witness the Ganga Aarati ceremony.
  • Enjoy breathtaking Himalayan views from this scenic hill station as you visit Nagarkot with Best Hindi Pilgrimage Tour in Nepal. 
  • Visit Bhaktapur & Patan Durbar Squares and Immerse yourself in the rich architectural heritage of these ancient palace complexes.
  • Witness unique rituals and traditions at Dakshinkali Temple, which is dedicated to the fierce form of Kali.
  • Take a cable car ride to Chandragiri Hill, where Bhaleshwor Mahadev Temple lies. 

What Hindu Pilgrimage Tour With Muktinath Heli Package Offers?

The 13 day package offers a Fully Guided Hindu Pilgrimage service (which covers sightseeing to Kathmandu, Pokhara, and Muktinath travellers up to Jomsom, Lumbini, Chitwan National Park, and Janakpur). The tour services are incorporated to meet the expectations of Hindu devotees. Adding to this, the Best Hindu Pilgrimage Tour in Nepal package includes vegetarian-friendly lodging and all the land modes of transport, making it easy for everyone, including visitors. Here is more to what the 13 day Hindu pilgrimage package tour offers below for the travellers. 

  • The package allows you to have Expert Guidance from native English and Hindi speaking guides. They will help with clear communication, give incisive commentary, and, of course, show you the cultural intrigue.
  • The tour caters to your spiritual needs. Accommodation with a B&B plan is deliberately chosen to be friendly to vegetarians and comfortable for Hindu devotees.
  • The package offers a comfortable overland journey to most destinations. 
  • Muktinath temple is situated at such a high elevation that getting there is no walk in the park. Yet another thing that makes the trip exceptional is this customization of Itinerary, which includes an option to fly to Muktinath using Helicopter.
  • The package offers you tasty meals, comfortable accommodation and jungle safaris letting you find the parks’ rich flora and fauna of Chitwan National Park. 
  • Expect a spacious and comfortable Travel experience with a 15-seat Hiace van, which allows you to move between destinations in a relaxing manner.
  • The tour includes attending pujas or religious ceremonies that are held at different temples. 

What Places Will We Visit During Hindu Pilgrimage Tour in Nepal in 13 Days?

Kathmandu Valley

1. Pashupatinath Temple:- The most revered Hindu temple in Nepal, the Pashupatinath Temple, is situated on the two banks of the Bagmati River at the east end of Kathmandu. The main temple of Pashupatinath is a structure with a flat roof and golden spire. It is placed on the west side of Bagmati and is often regarded as one of Hindu architecture's gems. This building is shaped like a cube with four central openings covered with silver sheets. The roof covering is made of copper and gilded with gold. The Pashupatinath Temple entrance are as follows: 

  • Foreign Nationals: NPR 1,000 per day per entry
  • SAARC Nationals: NPR 1,000. Free for Indian Nationals
  • Chinese: NPR 1000
  • Nepalese: Free

2. Guhyeshwari Temple :- The Guhyeshwari Devi Temple is one of the 51 Shakti Peethas, where it is thought that the knees of the Goddess Sati had fallen. It is also spelled as Guhesvari/Guheshwari, and this temple is devoted to Shakti, i.e. Devi. The form of Devi worshipped here is Mahamaya or Mahashira, and Lord Shiva is the form of Kapali. One of the major landmarks of Kathmandu is Guhyeshwari Devi Temple, a renowned Hindu sacred place. The name for the temple, Guhyeshwari, comes from the Sanskrit words Guhya, meaning Secret, Hidden or Cave, and Ishwari, meaning Goddess. The word Guhyeshwari translates into Cave-Goddess. The Pagoda-style architecture of Bhutan is the adopted design for the temple. One famous saying is that the visit to Guhyeshwari Devi Temple comes before Pashupatinath Temple, as Shakti must be worshipped before Shiva.

3. Budhanilkantha Temple:- The renowned BudhaNilkantha Temple in Kathmandu has a statue of Vishnu, a Hindu god, carved into the rock. It is around 10 kilometres from Kathmandu city and at the base of the Shivapuri Hill. The Budhanilkantha statue is not only the largest but also the most striking stone carving of the entire Nepal. It is a peaceful temple in Kathmandu, and it must also be visited. There are no entry fees for the devotees. 

4. Swayambhunath:- The Swayambhunath Stupa is no doubt one of the architectural masterpieces of Kathmandu Valley. This harmoniously proportioned temple rises from a whitewashed dome with a gilded spire on the top where four iconic faces of the Buddha look out at the valley from four cardinal points. The entire structure of the stupa is deeply symbolic: the dome at the centre is the earth, and the 13-tiered, tower-like structure at the top is the 13 stages of nirvana.  The Swayambhunath Temple entry fees are mentioned below:

  • Foreign Nationals: NPR 200
  • SAARC Nationals: NPR 50
  • Chinese: NPR 200
  • Nepalese: Free

5. Kathmandu Durbar Square :- In Kathmandu Durbar Square, you will find the Hanuman Dhoka, PanchMukhi Hanuman Temple, Mul Chowk, Mohan Chowk, Sundari Chowk, Tribhuvan Museum, King Mahendra Memorial Museum, Degutale, Taleju Mandir, Nasal Chowk, Nine story Basantapur Tower, and Kal Bhairav. This UNESCO heritage site is indeed one of the main aspects that make the Kathmandu Valley so alluring. The Kathmandu Durbar Square entry fees are as follows: 

  • Foreign Nationals: NPR 1000
  • SAARC Nationals: NPR 500 (BIMSTEC)
  • Chinese: NPR 1000
  • Nepalese: Free

6. Manakamana Temple:- The Manakamana Devi temple is an ancient holy place for Hindus in the Gorkha district of Nepal. The temple is at the top of the hill, and several windows allow you to see the fantastic green valley of the Trishuli River and the snow-covered mountains in the background of the picture. The name of the temple comes from two words: The name "Mana" which refers to the heart, and "Kamana"- which means a wish. The temple is built for Goddess Manakamana, the incarnation of Goddess Bhagwati. The mountain ridge was the location of the most challenging climb. Yet the situation has improved with the addition of a cable car line which in 10 minutes takes the tourists to the temple site.

7. Jomsom (Muktinath temple):- The Muktinath Temple is a mirror of inter-religious harmony and spiritual importance, a place of worship for Hindus and Buddhists. For the Hindus, it is one of those 108 Divya Desams - sacred abodes - of Lord Vishnu, the god of preservation. People visiting the temple often bathe in the 108 sacred water outlets or Mukti Dhara and the two holy ponds, Mukti Kunda and Saraswati Kunda, to eliminate their sins and achieve spiritual purity. Muktinath is in the Annapurna conservation area, and passes are compulsory now. The fee can be paid either in Kathmandu or Pokhara.  

  • ACAP entry fee for SAARC Nationals: 3,000 NPR
  • ACAP entry fee for Foreign Nationals: 1,000 NPR
  • ACAP entry fee for NNepali Nationals: 100 NPR

Pokhara (Gupteshwar Mahadev Cave, Pumdikot Shiva Statue, Seti George, Bindhyabasini Temple, Barahi Temple)

1. Gupteshwar Mahadev Cave:- Gupteshwar Mahadev Cave, on the opposite side of the waterfall, is an example of a cave cut by Devi's fall. Located nearby, the cave temple Gopteshwar Mahadev Mandir entrance is where the Seti River flow originates underground. A Lingam emerged naturally in the 3 KM cave, dating back to the 16th century. In addition to the sacred temple, the dark, lengthy, deep cave offers a perfect destination for natural beauty in its purest form. The temple of Shiva, a sacred place frequently visited by both Davi's locals and tourists alike, is well-known and not easily missed. The entry fees for the Gupteshwar Mahadev cave are as follows:

  • 100 NPR / 62 INR for Non-Nepalis.

2. Pumdikot Shiva Statue:- Shiva Statue, placed on Pumdikot, is among the key places to visit when visiting Pokhara. Nepal's Tallest Lord Shiva Statue in Pokhara has become the area's new destination for domestic and international tourists. The Shiva Statue in Pumdikot was constructed in Mathura, India, then brought to Nepal. It was settled here in Pumdikot. The Statue of Shiva is situated in the southeast of the town at an altitude of 1500 metres above sea level. Another feature that makes the Pudikok Shiva Temple a magnet is that the Damaru of Shiva is the biggest in Asia. Shiva Statue's height in Pumdikot is 108 feet long and 51 feet tall the statue itself. 108 Shiva Linga surrounds the statue in the temple. There are no entry fees.

3. Bindhyabasini Temple:- In the middle of Pokhara lies the famous Bindhyabasini temple; this can be accessed on the top of a small hill from the east and northeast using stone staircases. Bindhyabasini is revered as one of western Nepal's most significant and prominent Shakthi peethas. It is in a winding hill-lock between the ancient market centre and the bustling Bagar, 3,000 feet above sea level. The goddess Durga within the temple is represented in the form of a Saligram. Saligram is a holy stone in Hinduism used for religious rites. In the area of the local myth, King Siddhi Narayan Shah obtained the idol from Bindhyachal in India. Entry is free. 

4. Barahi Temple:- Taal Barahi Temple, also known as the Lake Temple or Varahi Temple, is a pagoda-style two-storied temple on a small island in the middle of Phewa Lake. The temple has a deity called Ma Varahi, the incarnation of Maa Durga, which Hindu and Buddhist people worship. It is said that the king built the temple due to the dream that he saw. People of the area also believe that the temple was built by a devotee of Goddess Varahi, King Kulmandhan Shah of the Shah Dynasty. He built the temple in 1864. The entry to the temple is free but boating up to the temple may cost you around 80-100 rs. 


Lumbini, the birthplace of the Buddha and situated at Rupandehi, Nepal, is one of the most spiritual world sites and welcomes Buddhist pilgrims from all over the globe. There is a single ticket together with a video camera ticket that is solely accessible at the main gates. The Lumbini entrance fees are as follows:

  • Foreigners: Rs. 500 
  • Nepali: Free
  •  Indians: 16 rupees
  • (Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Bhutan): 200 rs

1. Japanese Peace Stupa:- The Japanese stupa, known as the World Peace Pagoda in Japan, is an early 21st-century monument—a symbol of peace and one of the renowned tourist attractions in Lumbini. The building itself is situated outside the compound, and it is a stupa of traditional pagoda architecture. This structure, which the Japanese Buddhist group builded at the cost of $1 million, is white and has a golden Buddha statue. An entrance fee is not required for this site.

2. Chinese Stupa:- The Zhong Hua Chinese Buddhist Monastery, also known as the China Temple, is considered the most beautiful Buddhist Temple in Lumbini. This massive building is constructed in pagoda-style architecture and resembles the Forbidden City of China's majestic splendour. And just entering the place, the harmony of the well-maintained inner courtyard overflows the soul with the joy of tranquillity and happiness. The temple itself is a free entry point, and there are no restrictions of any kind.

3. Ashoka Pillars:- The Ashoka Pillar in Lumbini is one of the stone pillars built in the 3rd century B.C. by King Ashoka. This pillar was erected as an honour of where Lord Buddha was born and after he adopted Buddhism. The fact is that the pillar is the most significant attraction in the country. It has the oldest inscription compared to the other pillars of Ashoka, which is a sign that it was the first to be erected. This pillar is set in the serene Maya Devi Temple, and it is one of the most interesting monuments to see due to its incredible history. The archeologist rediscovered this six-metre-high pink sandstone stand back in 1896.

4. Vietnam Stupa:- Situated in Lumbini, Vietnam, Phat Quoc Tu temple is one of the rare temples demonstrating the extent of the ties between Vietnam and Nepal. Many people come here every year for the Gautam Buddha pilgrimage. It is a good choice for people who are already familiar with Buddhist concepts and would like to visit this holy place with both artificial mountains and a huge roof. Entrance is free, and the Temple welcomes everyone.

5. Mayadevi Temple:- Lumbini is home to one of the oldest Buddhist temples in Nepal, and it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site as well. Gautam Buddha is said to have been born at the Maya Devi Temple, a popular spot. Maya Devi Temple is next to the holy pool of Pushkarini and a sacred garden. This temple is where the mother Maya gave birth to Gautam Buddha, and the place dates back to the time of Ashoka, 3rd century BCE. The Mayadevi temple is in the middle of the Lumbini Garden, so the entry fee costs NRs 500.

Chitwan National Park

Chitwan National Park is among the world's notable parks where you can find Bengal Tiger and the Greater One-Horned Rhino, two rare species. It is where there are great wildlife sightings and cultural experiences, as the Tharu clan is widespread in the region. A jeep safari is the main way visitors can see Chitwan National Park. Chitwan proudly encompasses birdlife that is more than 6% of the world's population, making bird watching an exciting experience here. Besides, travellers might also love to see the Tharu Cultural program, which is held in Sauraha in the evening. However, it’s still a bit of a tourist place, though you can enjoy the Tharu people’s different stick dances during various festivals. The entry fees for the Chitwan National Park are as follows: 

  • Foreigners: 2000 rupees (about USD 18)
  • Children Under 10: Free
  • Nepali/Local: 150 rupees
  • SAARC: 1000 rupees


1. Janaki temple:- The Janaki Temple is dedicated to Goddess Sita and is the largest temple in Nepal. It is situated in Janakpur. This temple was built at the exact location where Goddess Sita was born. Now, it is not just a historical site and a sacred place but also a temple for worshippers. The 3 storied temple is wholly made of stones and marble, and there are 60 rooms inside, which are decorated by turrets, Nepali flags, paintings, nice latticed windows, and carvings. No entry fee is required

2. Ram Sita Vivah Mandap:- The place where Ram and Sita were married, Ramana Janaki Vivaha Mandiram, is frequented by thousands of pilgrims during Vivah Panchami to worship Sita. The mandap is a fantastic marble structure and lies in the southwest region of the Janaki Mandir. It looks like a part of the palace, with mighty columns, graceful arches, and wonderful domes. Towards the centre, the ceremonial wedding can be witnessed. 

3. Ram Mandir :- The temple of Lord Ram- is an old and sacred temple built by General Amar Singh Thapa of the Gorkhalis in the late 1700s. The temple's architectural style resembles other pagoda-style shrines found around the region. The modestly simple temple is the destination of both Ram Navami and Dashain festival pilgrims. These festivals are the holiest and the most significant of the year for Hindus and aboriginals. The magnificent temple is the most suitable venue for those seeking to explore antiquity and submerge in the divine spirit. The entry is free.

4. Dhanush Sagar:- Dhanush Sagar is a sacred kund situated near the celebrated Ram Mandir of Janakpur. It is also the biggest ceremonial tank in the city. Visitors can see many small shrines surrounding it and a few vendors selling fresh flowers and other offerings for the puja. Taking a bath at the ghat is believed to be a sacred act by the devotees. Entry is free.

Bhaktapur and Patan 

1. Changu Narayan Temple:- Changu Narayan temple, a UNESCO heritage site, situated on a small hill east of Kathmandu and in the Bhaktapur district. It is one of Nepal's most famous Vishnu - Narayan, the other name for Vishnu - temples. The temple's main attraction is the antique statue of Garuda, which was made in the 5th century and belongs to the ancient Lichchhavi period. This Garuda is special as it looks like a human being, but its wings, which are quite similar to those of other Garuda statues, are noticeably different. The main courtyard has many gods' temples and various images with amazing stone carvings between the 5th and 12th centuries. It is known as the highest concentration of ancient art in Nepal. Entrance fee are as follows: 

  • Foreign Nationals: NPR 300
  • SAARC Nationals: NPR 100
  • Chinese: NPR 300
  • Nepalese: Free

2. Bhaktapur Durbar Square:- Bhaktapur Durbar Square is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and lies 13 km east of Kathmandu. The temple with 55 windows, Bhairav temple, golden temple, and Nyatapola temple are the most visited spots in the complex. Bhaktapur is referred to as the cradle of conventional Nepali culture and rituals. The Durbar Square was the abode of the former Royal families. There are nearly four squares around the premises i.e Dattatreya Square, Durbar Square, Taumadhi, and Pottery Square . The old temples and other architecture are from the 17th and 18th centuries. The entry fees are: 

  • Foreign Nationals: US$ 18 or NPR 1,800
  • SAARC Nationals: NPR 500
  • Chinese: NPR 500
  • Nepalese: Free

3. Patan Durbar Square:- This UNESCO heritage site is in the centre of Lalitpur, the capital of Nepal, and is one of the most well-liked tourist destinations. The architecture and history can be seen in the temples, palaces, and houses, which, cleverly, are their best reflection of this country. The Patan Durbar Square is an assemblage of royal palaces, temples of Hindu shrines, artistic architecture, and old antiques that date back several centuries. The square is surrounded by panchayat structures, artistic courtyards, and pagoda temples that were built during the reign of the Malla dynasty, giving this place a special charm and atmosphere. Entry fees are as follows: 

  • Foreign Nationals: NPR 1000
  • SAARC Nationals: NPR 250 (BIMSTEC)
  • Chinese: NPR 1000

4. Dakshinkali temple:- Dakshinkali, the famous Kali temple in Nepal, is a popular destination. Kali, the Hindu Goddess of power, time, and change, is visualised as angry and furious. One of her names is translated from Nepali to kalo or black, and she is called the Dark Mother. Hindu devotees believe that Kali should be worshipped with animal sacrifices once a week. The sacrifices take place At the temple on Tuesdays and Saturdays by the worshippers. The meat, considered grace (prasad), can be taken home or food prepared and consumed inside the temple. Entry is free.

5. Chandragiri Hill :- The Chandragiri Hill, located southwest of Kathmandu Valley, is one of the most beloved tour destinations for a day trip in Nepal. This particular hill is well known for its extraordinary view, the most spectacular bird's-eye view from Annapurna to Everest. Bhaleshwar Mahadev Temple is a very well-maintained shrine situated on Chandragiri Hill. This temple was not only a place for people to worship but also for them to preserve their culturally and traditionally endowed existence. This temple has two stories and features typical Nepalese architecture in the pagoda style. Chandragiri Cable Car Ticket price are as follows:

  • Nepalese Citizens: NPR 475 one-way, NPR 799 two-way
  • SAARC Nationals: NPR 760 one-way, NPR 1280 two-way

Who is the Hindu Pilgrimage Tour in Nepal - 13 Days designed for?

This trip is designed for Hindu pilgrims who want to take a pilgrimage tour to Nepal's main pilgrim sites. Whether you are a devotee from India or any other part of the world, you are welcome to join this tour that takes you on a pilgrimage tour of Nepal in just 13 days. As per the needs of the Hindu pilgrims, we have designed this tour to cater to their needs by incorporating Vegetarian accommodation services for travel, hassle-free transportation services, etc. Non-Hindu travellers can also join this trip. For them, it's an opportunity to explore Nepal's rich religious, cultural, and historical heritage. 

Hindu Pilgrimage Tour in Nepal - 13 Days Cost 2024 and 2025

The Hindu Pilgrimage Tour in Nepal - 13 Days package cost starts at $750 per person. The cost depends on the number of travellers in the group. The more people you are, the more discounts you get.

The abovementioned cost includes services like English and Hindi-speaking guides, vegetarian-friendly accommodation with a b/b plan, a Chitwan full board Program, transportation services, etc. The group cost for the 13-day Nepal Pilgrimage trip at Mountain Rock Treks are mentioned below: 

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We at Mountain Rock Treks provide a detailed itinerary that includes the day-to-day activities and the places you are visiting each day for the next 13 days. The pilgrimage itinerary includes visiting pilgrimage sites around Kathmandu, Pokhara, Muktinath in Jomsom, Lumbini, Chitwan National Park, and Janakpur. The tour starts with a pick-up from your hotel in Kathmandu and ends with a drop-off at your hotel in Kathmandu. The itinerary can be customised, and travellers can add extra activities like a helicopter trip to Muktinath from Pokhara or shorten the days by skipping some places. If you prefer the shortened version of the Hindu pilgrimage tour in Nepal Itinerary or any other Buddhist pilgrimage tour, do check out our Hindu Pilgrimage Tour With Muktinath Heli- 5 Days Itinerary and Lumbini Buddhist Circuit Tour- 7 Night 8 Days Itinerary.

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Upon your arrival at Kathmandu International Airport, one of the Mountain Rock Treks representatives will eagerly welcome you and show you the way to the hotel, where our staff will check you in. On your arrival at the accommodation, we will provide a briefing so that you will know the tour schedule. In the event of a late arrival, the briefing will be scheduled for the following morning at 9 am.  All unpaid bills can be settled in this introductory meeting to make things easier. As you will have some free time, you can walk around the bustling Kathmandu city anytime. Our evening stay will be at the vegetarian friendly Hotel Arts Kathmandu.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • 30 Minutes
  • 1400 meters

As per the schedule, At. 09:30 AM, after breakfast, a full-day Kathmandu sightseeing tour begins. We will pick you up from your hotel and head towards our first destination, Pashupatinath Temple. Spend around an hour in the temple premises and board the private vehicle that takes you towards the Guhyeshwari Temple, Jal Narayan Temple, Swayambhunath, and Kathmandu Durbar Square. In each destination, travellers will take around 1-2 hr to explore the area. At the end of the trip, the same vehicle will drop you off at your accommodation in Hotel Arts Kathmandu.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • 30 minutes
  • 1400 Meters

Our trip will start with an early morning breakfast in Kathmandu and a ride to Pokhara. On average, driving to Pokhara takes around 6-7 hours. However, the road is very picturesque, so you can enjoy the incredible view. From Kathmandu, you will travel to Kurintar, where the Manakamana cable car area is located. The cable car will take you to the Manakamana Temple. When you visit the temple, you will worship Mata Manakamana, do pujas, etc. It is said that the Manakamana goddess fulfils the wishes of those who honour her by performing the following puja rituals. After puja rituals, you will get to the Kurintar in a cable car again. You will have lunch in Kurintar, board the same vehicle, and continue your journey towards Pokhara. Once you arrive at Pokhara, you will have only one thing to do: check in to your hotel and relax. Overnight will be at a vegetarian-friendly hotel, i.e., in Pokhara, i.e., Hotel Hidden Kingdom. 

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • 8-9 Hours
  • 1400 Meters

The morning starts with an impressive breakfast in Pokhara. Around 7:At 3:00 AM, the adventure begins in a Private Scorpio that drives you to the holy Muktinath temple, which is about 180 KM. You will experience amazing views of towering mountains and the nearby Kali-Gandaki River. En route, you will pass through the Kusma, Beni, Tatopani, and Marpha settlements, adding to the picturesque landscape. 

Once we reach Jomsom, we will take a short break before heading to the next destination, Muktinath, via Kagbeni. The road trip lasts about 9-10 hours from Pokhara. You will reach the Muktinath temple by the evening, and if the time permits, devotees can visit the temple, do darshan, puja, and possibly even take a holy bath, thus creating a spiritually uplifting day in the picturesque settings of Muktinath. Overnight will be at a vegetarian friendly accommodation located around the Muktinath at Hotel De Purang.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • 9-10 Hours
  • 3762 Meters

Wake up early, around 5 a.m., to catch the sunrise and a panoramic view of the Himalayas. Firstly, you can visit Muktinath temple for an early darshan in the morning. Later, indulge in breakfast, enjoy the sights, and start your return journey to  Pokhara via the same vehicle. The travel duration between Pokhara and Muktinath is around 9-10 hours. 

You will follow the same trail that took you to Muktinath yesterday; no alternative driveable road exists. On the way, you will stop at some significant spots while having a good time. Firstly, you travel to the village of Marpha, which is 26 km away, and see the apple farm or just walk through the traditional cottages. Afterward, you turn to the Kali Gandaki River, a sacred place where you can feel a spiritual vibe. Finally, after the long drive, you will make it to Pokhara. Now, in the city, please check in the hotel and rest. Overnight stay will be at a vegetarian friendly hotel at Hotel hidden kingdom. 

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • 9-10 Hours
  • 822 Meters

Per the itinerary, the day is reserved for the full Day Pokhara sightseeing activity. 

At 04:30 AM, wake up early and visit Sarangkot to experience the panoramic view of the Himalayas and the beautiful sunrise from the hilltop. After exploring Sarangkot and enjoying the views, descend from the hill towards your hotel to enjoy breakfast. 

At 09:30 AM: After having breakfast at the hotel, you will go for a full-day sightseeing tour. The places you will be visiting today are David’s Fall, Gupteshwar Mahadev Cave, Pumdikot Shiva Statue, Seti George, Bindhyabasini Temple, Barahi Temple, and Phewa Lake. You will be given around 1 hour for exploration at each destination. In the evening or early morning, you can enjoy a boat ride at Phewa Lake. After the full-day sightseeing tour ends, return to your hotel for an overnight stay.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • 6-7 Hours
  • 1600 Meters

After breakfast, at around 8 am, head to Lumbini for the next activity. The drive from Pokhara to Lumbini takes around 5-6 hrs. This time, we will drive along the road in our jeep. We will check you into the hotel, and you will be served food upon your arrival. By 2.30 pm, you will have arrived in Lumbini. Having rested and changed your clothes, we will now start on the Lumbini sightseeing tour. In Lumbini, you will see the Chinese Stupa, Japanese Stupa, Ashoka Pillars, Buddha’s birthplace, the Maya Devi Temple, Vietnam Stupa and many more Buddhist Stupas.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • 6-7 Hours
  • 150 Meters

The 8th day of your program will start with a journey to Chitwan National Park from Lumbini via the amazing scenery of Nepal. After having a nice breakfast, depart at 08:00 AM and anticipate a 4—to 5-hour ride to your destination. Once you arrive, check-in and then relish your lunch.After resting at your hotel, at 03:00 PM, depart for a village tour to be a part of the area's culture and watch the beautiful sunset from the peaceful bank of Rapti River. The day finishes with an impressive Tharu Cultural program, which passes on the invaluable traditions of the Tharu native community. On that day, you will see the natural beauty and the cultural experience that will take you to Nepal's natural and cultural treasures. Later enjoy your stay at the vegetarian friendly hotel- Hotel centre park. 

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast -Dinner
  • 4-5 Hours
  • 150 Meters

Today, per the itinerary, you will go on a Full-day Jungle activity in Chitwan National Park. Wake up early and at around 07:00 AM after breakfast, go for either an Elephant safari or the Jungle safari lasting for 1.5 hrs and 3 -4 hrs, respectively, where various wildlife vistas are seen. 

The hotel will serve a typical lunch in the area at noon. At 3:30 PM, after lunch, another fantastic experience is a relaxing 45-minute canoe ride on the Rapti River, which has different kinds of crocodiles and abundant bird species. Next, take a jungle walk and explore the Elephant Breeding Centre in Sauraha. This whole-day jungle activity takes the participants into the heart of the unique and fascinating wilderness of the Chitwan National Park. After the end of the jungle, activities rest at Hotel Center Park before continuing your journey the next day.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast-Lunch- Dinner
  • 7 hours
  • 100 Meters

At 8am, begin the day with a delicious breakfast at your Chitwan hotel, then head east towards Janakpur. This city is greatly related to the Ramayana, the Hindu mythological work. The route, which is a four-hour drive (235 km), gives you enough time and space to calm down and just feel the changes in your surroundings.

At 3 pm, explore the Janakpur heritage on an exciting guided tour, discovering its most historic spots. A temple trip to the famous Janaki Temple, Goddess Sita's sanctum, is a must. See Vivah Mandap, the beautiful marriage hall where it is supposed to be where Rama and Sita got married. Go to Ram Mandir temple, where you can dedicate your prayers to lord Rama. Ultimately, do not miss the Dhanush Sagar pond, as it is considered to be sacred and has religious significance. Go to the Ganga Aarati, which is a very peaceful and magnificent ceremony honouring the river Ganges. After the end of the Janakpur sightseeing activities proceed towards your accommodation at Sita Sharan. 

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • 8 Hours
  • 74 Meters

After having a nice breakfast in Janakpur, at 8, you will have a nice scenic drive to Nagarkot, a viewpoint with stunning hill scenery and Himalayan views. The journey will last 6-7 hours from Kathmandu at (1400m).

En route, the Kailashnath Mahadev and Doleshwor Mahadev are famous Shiva temples. They are definitely worth a visit. Undoubtedly, Nagarkot (2,195m above sea level) is incredibly calm. Enjoy the relaxed hike around Nagarkot. After exploration, at around 5 p.m., enjoy the sunset over the Himalayas from Nagarkot. Later return to your accommodation at Country Villa. 

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • 7 Hours
  • 1400 Meters

Rise early at around 05:30 AM, and you will be amazed at a breathtaking sunrise view from your Nagarkot hotel. Start your day with a great breakfast to feel good all day.

By 10:00 PM, board your vehicle and go on an unforgettable adventure as you visit Changu Narayan Temple, one of the most ancient Hindu shrines dedicated to Lord Vishnu. Walk the streets of Bhaktapur Durbar Square, which embodies the elaborateness of the palaces, temples, and courtyards. After exploring Bhaktapur, take a 20-minute drive to reach Patan. Watch the architectural wonder of Patan Durbar Square with its bewitching woodcarvings and metalwork. 

The afternoon allows you to wander around the lively streets in the Thamel area in Kathmandu. Roam the crowded streets and stop at a dazzling variety of shops to select an original gift to remind you of the exciting trip. Later, return to your hotel at Arts Kathmandu for an overnight stay. 

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • 8 Hours
  • 1400 Meters

After breakfast at 8 am, pack up for an equally exciting morning. Dakshinkali Temple (1,550m), the first destination for you, is just around 20 kilometres south of Kathmandu. This temple is a shrine that is devoted to the mighty goddess Kali and is well known for its special rituals and animal sacrifices, which differentiate it from the rest. Watch fascinating practices and explore the varied dimensions of Hinduism.

After lunch, take the cable car up to Chandragiri Hill (2,551m). As you progress, the panoramic scene with its awe-inspiring mountain chain comes into view. Take amazing pictures and encounter delightful landscape views from there. The combination of the superficiality of the gorgeous Dakshinkali temple and the tranquillity of the not-far-away, not-breathtaking Chandragiri Hill is what makes my day unique. After exploring Chandragiri, take a drive back to Thamel and rest at your hotel, Arts Kathmandu.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • 7 Hours
  • 2551 Meters

Spend your last morning at the hotel or observing nearby markets where you can buy souvenirs. We'll arrange a transfer to Kathmandu airport three hours before your flight departure so that you will have enough time for check-in and quiet reflection on your amazing journey.

  • Breakfast
  • 1400 meters

We are pleased to offer the flexibility of tailoring your journey to your desired duration and places, whether extended or shortened, as our proficient team of locals-cum-guides, porters, and accompanying staff have an in-depth understanding of every location traveled.

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Cost Details


  • Airport pick and drop by private vehicle
  • Accommodation in a standard hotel.
  • Food includes breakfast from arrival to departure.
  • Government license holder tour/trekking guide(English speaking) in Chitwan and Pokhara.
  • Jungle activities in Chitwan National Park (Elephant safari, jungle walk, canoeing, bird watching, village walk, ethnic, cultural show)
  • English-speaking license holder tour guide in Kathmandu.
  • Kathmandu - Chitwan- Pokhara- Kathmandu tourist bus ticket
  • All additional government tax.
  • Farewell dinner at Nepali Restaurant with cultural show.
  • Accommodation, food, drinks, salary, insurance, and transportation for a tour guide.


  • Nepal entry visa fee(You may quickly get a Nepal visa upon your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu).
  • International airfare & airport departure tax.
  • lunch and dinner in doffrent spot.
  • Travelers’ insurance.
  • Entrance fees for sightseeing spots.
  • All kinds of drinks (Alcohol, hot and cold drinks).
  • Bar bills, telephone bills, and other personal expenses (shopping/ laundry).
  • Tips to guide.
  • All expenses due to unavoidable events, e.g., Personal illness, political strike, flight cancellation, etc.

Essential Info

Best Time for Hindu Pilgrimage Tour in Nepal- 13 Days

Nepal welcomes Hindu pilgrims throughout the year, offering a chance to connect with sacred sites. However, for a truly hassle-free experience, consider the following: 

  1. Monsoon Season (May - August): This might be possible, but with monsoon comes the difficult condition of heavy rains and chance of landslides which makes travel and all outdoor activities hard. Therefore, it is better to escape this period and choose another dreyer season. 
  2. Spring Season (March to May): This is when Nepal witnesses a spike in the number of pilgrim tours. The outdoor environment is usually quiet and takes you to fresh flowers and green trees. This is a nice time to visit the temple and the Himalayas. Ram Navami, a Hindu festival celebrated to signify the birth of Lord Rama, happens at this time of the year.
  3. Autumn Season (September to November): Autumn is another great time for Hindu pilgrimage tours. Lush blue skies, average temperatures, and breathtaking panoramas make autumn one's favourite season.  It is the perfect time to travel to Janakpur and Pashupatinath, as Dashain and Tihar, two festivals Dashain and Tihar, occur during this season.
  4. Winter Season (December to February): Even though it is colder during winter, the pilgrimage tours at such low-lying elevations can also be considered a good option in Nepal. Spots such as Janakpur Dham and Devghat Dham are more convenient to visit during Chhath, which avoids crowded tourist flow and allows us to have a private and peaceful experience.

Vegetarian Friendly Accommodation Facility on Hindu Pilgrimage Tour in Nepal- 13 Days

We've carefully selected comfortable accommodations throughout your 13-day adventure, ensuring a relaxing and culturally immersive experience.

As a vegetarian-friendly tour operator, we understand the importance of delicious and satisfying vegetarian meals, especially for the devotees on the Hindu pilgrimage tour. Each of our partner hotels boasts a delectable vegetarian menu, allowing you to savour the local flavours without compromise.

The tour package includes accommodation in various charming hotels, each catering to your comfort and well-being. Here's a glimpse of your havens during the pilgrimage:

  1. Kathmandu: Arts Hotel 
  2. Pokhara: Hotel Hidden Kingdom
  3. Muktinath: Hotel De Purang 
  4. Lumbini: Hotel Five Elements 
  5. Chitwan: Hotel Center Park 
  6. Janakpur: Sita Sharan 
  7. Nagarkot: Country Villa 

Meals Facility on Hindu Pilgrimage Tour in Nepal- 13 Days

While we provide a comfortable in-room breakfast to start your day, lunch and dinner during your 13-day Hindu pilgrimage tour will be at your own expense. This gives you the flexibility to explore Nepal's diverse culinary scene while keeping your dietary restrictions in mind.

Understanding the importance of vegetarian food for practising Hindus, we've carefully selected accommodations that offer a wide range of delicious vegetarian options. You'll find a variety of fresh, local ingredients incorporated into traditional dishes, ensuring a flavorful and satisfying experience.

Here's a glimpse of what you can expect:

  1. Breakfast: Savour a light and nourishing breakfast delivered to your room. Options might include toast with chutneys, paratha (flatbread) with curries, or porridge with fresh fruits.
  2. Lunch and Dinner: Go on a culinary adventure at local restaurants near your accommodations. From simple cafes serving up steaming plates of dal bhat (lentils and rice) with seasonal vegetables to more elaborate vegetarian thalis (set meals) with an array of curries, pickles, and raita (yoghourt dip), there's something to tempt every palate. Many restaurants offer popular street food options like samosas and momos (dumplings) with vegetarian fillings.

Is There Any Difficulty on Hindu Pilgrimage Tour in Nepal- 13 Days? 

The 13-day Hindu Pilgrimage Tour in Nepal is custom-designed and equally easy for all, young or old, including people with physical disabilities. The lack of extensive walking and transportation services in Hiace makes every movement easy and fuss-free. The well-trained and caring guides with us will look after each visitor’s safety and comfort, and you can walk along with us with confidence or ask for our help when you need it.

This tour is usually rated as easy, but it might be a problem when you travel from Pokhara to Muktinath on a hike. Some people may experience altitude sickness caused by the temple's high altitude location, which lies 3,762 m above sea level. We will go through the stages of the acclimatisation process and let you explore how to be comfortable during the ascent. In contrast, guides are there to guarantee you a safe trip if you are not feeling good.

Entry Fee For Hindu Pilgrimage Tour in Nepal- 13 Days

The entry fee for the temples you will visit during the 13-day Hindu pilgrimage tour is not included in the tour package. Because of this approach, you will have the opportunity to plan your visits at your own pace and will not waste your time on places you have no time to visit.

We suggest you bring Nepali rupees in cash to buy tickets directly for the entrance door to the temple. These tickets are often purchased at the moment at each destination. Your guide is experienced and always ready to help you with any queries or translation requirements.

The other thing to know is that the exact cost of entry depends on the country of accreditation. Visitors from South Asian SAARC countries and Chinese nationals are usually offered lower rate discounts, while the rest of the international visitors are excluded from this benefit.

You should also check the prevailing exchange rates before your trip and carry enough local currency to pay for all the park's entrance fees. Forecasting and having adequate funds allow one to avoid spending time in vain during the journey.

Transportation Facility 

The Hindu Pilgrimage Tour 13 day trip in Nepal package covers all your transportation needs, ensuring a comfortable and hassle-free journey between the holy sites. We'll pick you up directly from your hotel in Kathmandu, providing a private vehicle for the entire tour duration. This guarantees your safety and privacy while allowing you to relax and focus on the spiritual significance of your pilgrimage.

For most sightseeing within the Kathmandu Valley and transfers between major towns, a spacious Hiace van will be your designated mode of transport. This comfortable vehicle offers ample legroom and luggage space for a relaxing journey.

For the more remote pilgrimage destination of Muktinath, a private Scorpio will be provided for a smoother ride on the mountain roads. However, if you prefer a scenic and time-saving option, you can upgrade to a helicopter trip to Muktinath instead. This exhilarating experience offers breathtaking views of the Himalayas alongside a quicker arrival. At the end of the trip, the same vehicle will drop you at your accommodations and to the airport to catch your flight. 

Additional Information

Travel Insurance

While not mandatory for our Hindu Pilgrimage Tour, travel insurance is a personal choice that can offer valuable protection. Unlike high-altitude treks with inherent risks, this itinerary focuses on cultural and spiritual exploration at lower altitudes. The short duration and focus on established pilgrimage sites minimise the chance of medical emergencies or accidents. However, unforeseen events can occur as the highest elevation you will be reaching is Muktinath temple at 3,710 metres.  Consider travel insurance for peace of mind, knowing you'll be covered in case of unexpected illness, trip cancellation, or lost luggage.

Wifi Facility

While Nepal has improved its internet infrastructure, connectivity can vary depending on location. Throughout most of your pilgrimage, you can expect decent Wi-Fi availability at your accommodations. However, Muktinath Temple might have limited or even unstable Wi-Fi due to its remote mountain location. Consider this an opportunity to fully disconnect and immerse yourself in the spiritual journey. 

Guide Services

During our 13-day Hindu pilgrimage tour, we specifically ensure that you will be accompanied by a tour guide who's an expert in the field and licensed. The guide will be conversant in Hindi and English to create an atmosphere around the conversation and to gain knowledge of local cultural and religious things. The guide will be your buddy, as well as your professional one. They will educate you about the local traditions and cultural and historical background connected to the temples you visit. Similarly, they will ease the difficulties and offer translation whenever needed.

Tips to Make Your Hindu Pilgrimage Tour in Nepal Excellent

Here are some tips for traveller on their pilgrimage hindu tour in nepal journey: 

  1. Hindu Pilgrimage tours to Nepal during the 13-day duration include visits to the most important pilgrimage places. However, we encourage you to investigate Buddhist sites of your choice and let us know about them.
  2. Be aware of the indigenous cultures and their traditions, especially when visiting the monasteries and the temples. For proper conduct, please dress modestly, remove your shoes before entering the holy places, and ask for permission before taking pictures.
  3. Check that you have at least something comfortable to wear, and rain gear. Also remember to pack a good pair of walking shoes, sunscreen, insect repellant, and a first aid kit. Kindly make sure you have all documents such as passport, visa and other travel documents with you before the departure.
  4. Drink enough water and be aware of what you eat. Feel the local flavours, but watch your diet to avoid diseases. 
  5. Find out more about the lives of monks, sadhus, pilgrims, and their spirituality by communicating with the local community.
  6. Please do not throw things at the monuments and around the temple premises.
  7. Be ready for last-minute changes in your travel arrangements, like weather disturbances or transportation snags.
  8. When you buy gifts or have food, look for locally-owned businesses and craftsmen to positively impact the local economy and community.


  • Q1. What does the Hindu Pilgrimage Tour in Nepal - 13 Days entail?

    In 13 days of our Hindu Pilgrimage Tour of Nepal, we have designed the plan that follows your spiritual journey to the most sacred Hindu sites. During this trip, you will have the opportunity to visit sacred temples, do rituals, and learn about the spiritual-cultural legacy of Nepal.

  • The sacred sites we will visit, including Pashupatinath Temple, Muktinath Temple, Manakamana Temple, Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave, and Janaki Mandir, are wonderful. All of them are strongly associated with the Hindu mythology and history.

  • We provide peaceful, vegetarian-oriented lodging as you travel, from guesthouses to well-appointed hotels. These residences are tastefully designed to serve as your peaceful refuge after experiencing your spiritual quest.

  • We generally use comfortable vehicles for overland journeys. Both road and air travel can be included in the itinerary, depending on the distance between destinations and choice of the traveller. 

  • Breakfast-in-bed facilities are included as per the itinerary. Other meals of the day should be managed by the traveller themselves. You can enjoy delicious vegetarian meals that reflect Nepal's culinary diversity. 

  • Yes, a proficient guide in English and Hindi will accompany you on your Hindi pilgrimage tour. Our tour guides are very knowledgeable about Hindu mythology, local customs, and traditions, and they will make sure that you get a better understanding of all these as you enjoy your tour.

  • Travel insurance is not incorporated in the package, and obtaining a comprehensive travel insurance policy is recommended as it covers unexpected incidents involving medical emergencies, trip cancellations, or baggage loss.

  • While the itinerary is carefully planned to offer a comprehensive pilgrimage experience, we are open to customising itineraries to suit your specific preferences, interests, and time constraints. Simply let us know your requirements, and we'll tailor the tour accordingly.

  • There are no specific age restrictions for participation in the tour. Families with children are welcome, and arrangements can be made to accommodate their needs.

  • To book the tour, simply contact our dedicated team, who will assist you with the booking process, provide detailed information about the itinerary, answer any queries you may have, and ensure a seamless booking experience tailored to your requirements.

Client Reviews

  • A Spiritual Journey for All Ages

    This 13-day pilgrimage with Mountain Rock Treks in Nepal was truly transformative. It wasn't just sightseeing but a journey of learning, emotions, and deep connection. Lumbini left me speechless - a truly transcendent experience. Exploring Boudhanath and witnessing the Himalayas from a breathtaking viewpoint in Kathmandu added another layer of wonder. While I originally planned a Mardi Himal trek, switching to this pilgrimage proved incredible. It offered a perfect blend of spiritual exploration and breathtaking landscapes, leaving me with memories I'll cherish forever.

    Virailashi RananwarikIndiaApril 25, 2024
  • Unforgettable Spiritual Encounters

    I recently set out to Kathmandu from Bangalore to see around Guhyeshwari Shaktipeeth, Lord Pashupatinath Temple, Jal Narayan/Budhanilkantha Temple, and other pilgrimage sites in Pokhara, Janakpuri, Lumbini, etc. Arranged a touring package through Mountain Rock Treks. Since I began contacting them, they have always stood by my side to help with my visit to Nepal. They offered me a 13-day pilgrimage package deal at a very affordable cost with which I visited both the pilgrimage places. Dipak from Mountain Rock Treks was at the airport to pick me up, and he handled the tour itineraries to make my stay there. I also visited these places and watched Bagmati Ganga Aarthi in the evening.

    Uttarajiti Moren MalaysiaApril 17, 2024
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