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Pilgrimage Tour of Nepal

Muktinath Tour
Muktinath is pilgrimage site revered by both Hindus and Buddhists. The site is at the altitude of 3,750 meters (12,300 feet) beyond the Annapurna Himalayas of Nepal. It is a great example of how two religions can share the same holy spot with mutual respect and support.
The Muktinath area is renowned for the internal flame on water, an unusual combination of water, air, fire and earth element. This area is also the origin place of 'Saligram'. Later Guru Rinpoche (Padmasambhava) left his footprints on the rocks and 84 Siddhas' miracle spouted 108 taps with water from Manasarover and trees grew around the temple in the arid land.

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With the extension of road to Jomsom & Muktinath, it is possible to drive. With accumulation of monsoon clouds and rain, Jomsom flights are frequently cancelled. Contact us to rent a 4WD Scorpio or Land Cruiser to Jomsom / Muktinath.
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Pashupatinath Temple is the oldest Hindu temple in Kathmandu. It is not known for sure, when Pashupatinath Temple was founded. But according to Nepal Mahatmaya and Himvatkhanda, one day Lord Pashupatianth (Shiva) grew tired of his palace atop Mt. Kailash and went in search of a place where he could escape to. He discovered Kathmandu Valley and, without telling anyone, he ran away from his palace and came to live in Pashupatinath area. Pashupatinath are is complex of pious and enchanging temples.

Devghat (Deoghat) is tranquil, religious and historical place at the confluence of Kali Gandaki and Trishuli rivers. Both of the rivers have great significance in Hindu belief. Kali Gandaki is known for Saligram that originates from Damoder kunda (lake) and Muktinath. The water from Gosainkunda lake drains to from Trishuli. Devghat is mentioned in several Hindu scriptures like Barahpuran, Skandapuran, Bhagwat Gita as a place where gods dwelling.
Devghat is charismatically located at the frontier of hills and plane where two rivers merge to form Narayani, a major tributary of Ganga (Ganges). Hundreds of shrines, Ashrams teaching Hindu priesthood, elderly homes and devotional chanting make the atmosphere calm, meditative and soothing.

At the southern edge of the valley, in a dark, somewhat spooky location in the cleft between two hills and at the confluence of two rivers, stands the blood-soaked temple of Dakshinkali. The temple is dedicated to the goddess Kali, Shiva's consort in her most bloodthirsty incarnation, and twice a week faithful Nepalis journey here to satisfy her bloodlust.
Sacrifices are always made to goddesses, and the creatures to be sacrificed must be uncastrated male animals. Saturday is the major sacrificial day of the week, when a steady parade of chickens, ducks, goats, sheep, pigs and even the occasional buffalo come here to have their throats cut or their heads lopped off by professional local butchers. Tuesday is also a sacrificial day, but the blood does not flow quite as freely. During the annual celebrations of Dasain in October the temple is literally awash with blood and the image of Kali is bathed in it.
After their rapid dispatch the animals are butchered in the stream beside the temple and their carcasses are either brought home for a feast or boiled up on the spot for a picnic in the grounds. You'll see families arriving with pots, bags of vegetables and armfuls of firewood for the big day out.
Non-Hindus are not allowed into the actual compound where Kali's image resides (there is often an incredibly long queue for Hindus to get in), but it is OK to take photos from outside. Many tourists behave poorly here, perching vulturelike from every available vantage point in order to get the goriest possible photos. However extraordinary the sights might seem, this is a religious ceremony, and the participants should be treated with respect, not turned into a sideshow.
The path down to the temple is lined with tea stalls, sadhus, souvenir sellers and hawkers selling offerings of marigolds, fruit and coconuts, as well as khuar, a sweet treat somewhere between cottage cheese and fudge (Rs 20 per 100g). The snack stalls at the bus park serve up reviving tea and pappadums for Rs 5 each.
Despite the carnival spirit, witnessing the sacrifices is a strange and, for some, confronting experience. The slaughter is surprisingly matter-of-fact (and you won't get to see much of it), but it creates a powerful atmosphere.
A pathway leads off from behind the main temple uphill to the Mata Temple, which offers good views.

Muktinath Pilgrimage Tour
Muktinath, Pashupatinath and more
7 nights 8 days package

Day 01: Drive or fly to Kathmandu. Transfer to Hotel / Join evening prayer at Pashupatinath.
Day 02: Sightseeing of local temples such as Shyambhunath, budanilkantha (sleeping Bishnu), living goddess Kumari (Kathmandu Durbar Square)
Day 03: Drive or fly to Pokhara.
Day 04: Fly to Jomsom and drive to Muktinath. Muktinath Darsan, have lunch and drive back to Jomsom for overnight stay.
Day 05: Fly back to Pokhara. Pokhara sightseeing of Bindabasani Temple, Gupteshower Mahadev, Tal Barahai, Devi's Fall.
Day 06: Drive or fly back to Kathmandu
Day 07: You can either plan to go to Dakshinkali temple, Krishna temple in patan or just have a free day for shopping and packing.
Day 08: Drive to the airport and fly back.

Mt. Kailash Tour
11 nights 12 Days
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Gosainkunda pilgrimage tour
A yatra to Gosainkunda lake
7 night 8 days

Day 01: Drive or fly to Kathmandu
Day 02: Drive to Dunche
Day 03: Trek to Chandanbari
Day 04: Trek to Gosaikunda Lake. Evening tour of the lakes including Gosaikunda.
Day 05: Trek back to Dunche
Day 06: Drive back to Kathmandu
Day 07: Kathmandu Sightseeing and shopping
Day 08: Drive to the airport and fly back

Janakpur is historical and religious place rich in Maithali culture. The trace of Maithali culture goes back to first millennium BC. Janakpur is mentioned in Hindu epic Ramayana as the birthplace of Janaki who became spouse of Lord Rama famously known as Sita Mata.
Janakpur is connected with Kathmandu by flight and road. You can extend any of our tour by one day to visit Janakpur.

Buddhist Pilgrimage tour of Nepal
8 nights 9 days
Nepal became the safe heaven for Buddhism after India entered into intermittent wars and strifes. There are several Buddhist monuments and Buddhist pilgrimage sites in Nepal including the most important Lumbini, the birth place of Lord Buddha. Halesi meditation cave ( Maratika cave) and Pharping ( Asura cave ) of Guru Padmashambhava and Namo Buddha enshrining relics of Bodhisattva are other important sites. Details >