Kathmandu-Pokhara-Muktinath(Fly) tour @Nepal
The Kathmandu Pokhara Muktinath tour is a popular tour package that takes you to some of the most beautiful and cultural destinations in Nepal. The tour begins in Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal, where you will visit some of the most iconic landmarks and landmarks such as the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Durbar Square, the Swayambhunath Stupa, and the Boudhanath Stupa. From Kathmandu, you will then take a short flight to Pokhara, a beautiful city known for its stunning views of the Annapurna mountain range and Phewa Lake. In Pokhara, you can enjoy a boat ride on the lake, visit the International Mountain Museum, and go paragliding or rafting.
The final destination of the tour is Muktinath, a holy Hindu and Buddhist site located in the Mustang region. Here, you can visit the Muktinath Temple, known for its 108 holy water spouts, and take a dip in the nearby natural hot springs. You can also visit the Jwala Mai Temple, a holy site for Buddhists.
- Welcome drink on Arrival(Nonalcoholic)
- Arrival and departures Transfer.
- 05 Nights’ accommodation at respective hotel on mention basis.
- Arrival and departure transfer and sightseeing by A/C Vehicle
- Vehicles are not to be at disposal and are available as per itinerary only (point-topoint basis
- All sightseeing and excursions as mentioned in the itinerary by private Air
- condition vehicle.
- All vehicle parking fees at the attractions.
- All current government taxes as applicable
- International Flight Airfare.
- Monuments entrance fees.
- Expenses of personal Nature.
- Personal Insurance.
- Travel Insurance Fee.
- Personal expenses, tipping and any other services which are not mentioned in the above inclusion.
- Other Services not mentioned in cost including.
- Expenses due to the situation beyond our control (Such as; landslides, natural calamities, road blockade, political disturbance, flight cancellation etc.) Adventure
- activities in Pokhara : White river rafting ,Paragliding, Bungee jumping ,Zip flyer , Altra flight , ABC Helicopter ride on own Cost.
- 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
- Early morning after breakfast proceed for full-day sightseeing tours.
- Sightseeing tour of Kathmandu City, Swayambhunath Stupa, Boudhnath Stupa and Pashupatinath Temple.
- Overnight stay at Hotel in Kathmandu.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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. The best time for visiting Boudhanath are mornings and evenings, as you can follow the pilgrims around the stupa. In the evening, during the sunset, the atmosphere is particularly mystical.
- 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. 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.
- After breakfast and early morning activities drive to Pokhara enroute visit to Manakamana temple. Overnight stay at Hotel in Pokhara.
- 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.
- 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.
- Early morning, transfer to the Pokhara airport and fly Pokhara/Jomsom. Transfer to Hotel. Relax and acclimatize for time being and drive to Muktinath temple. Drive back to Jomsom. Overnight stay at Hotel in Jomsom.
- 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.